ISTANBUL : Almost three weeks into the Israel-Palestine conflict, Israel continues to pound Gaza with airstrikes including the latest attack on a Greek Orthodox Church.
Eight people were killed and several others injured in an Israeli attack on the Greek Orthodox Church in Gaza, says WAFA.
Israeli planes bomb Al-Omari Mosque in the northern Gaza Strip, completely destroying it.
Israeli planes bombs six residences in Khan Yunis in southern Gaza, killing and injuring dozens.
Israeli army uses artillery to attack Bureij camp in the middle of the Gaza Strip.
Israeli forces storm Ramallah and Al-Bireh from several fronts, according to WAFA news agency.
Israeli army carries out several attacks in the West Bank, including Nour al-Shams refugee camp.
At least 12 people were killed by Israeli forces during attacks on the camp.
Israel claims to have targeted an Hezbollah cell in southern Lebanon.
Israeli military helicopters target ‘a cell with three gunmen preparing to launch missiles towards Israel.’
Six journalists rescued out of nine people stranded on Lebanese side of the border with Israel because of Israel’s continuous firing, says media.
– Humanitarian situation
Around 600,000 people in Gaza are without clean water after Israel cut off supplies on Oct. 11, according to Human Rights Watch.
Gaza Health Ministry calls for retired health care workers to restart their duties as soon as possible.
WHO urges Israel to list fuel as life-saving supply.
Conflict in numbers
The number of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in Gaza has risen to 3,785.
More than 12,000 injured in the ongoing Israeli bombings on the Gaza Strip.
The number of Palestinians killed in the West Bank has risen to 74.
Israel official death stands at 1,400.
Diplomatic and political front
Yemeni Prime Minister Maeen Abdulmalik Saeed urges action to support the Palestinians.
A “humanitarian cease-fire” is essential to guarantee “safe” delivery of humanitarian aid to Gaza, UN Secretary-General Antonia Guterres says during a press conference with Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukr.
US President Joe Biden to send Congress “an urgent budget to support “critical partners,” including Israel and Ukraine.
A US Navy warship intercepted cruise missiles and drones launched by Yemen’s Houthi rebels “potentially” targeting Israel.
Israel evacuates several embassies in Middle East, including those in Bahrain, Jordan, and Morocco, according to media reports.
Attacks on Gaza are ‘heinous,’ Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman tells British Premier Rishi Sunak during a meeting in Riyadh.
He called attacks on civilians “heinous” and warned of “dangerous repercussions” if the conflict escalated, Saudi state media reported.
Arab ambassadors to the EU demanded that the bloc stop Israel’s aggression in Gaza and violations of international humanitarian law.
Hundreds of British Jews hold rally to call for ‘end to genocide in Gaza.’
A demonstration of about 5,000 people was organized Thursday in support of Palestine in Switzerland. — AA