Shock waves continue to blow from Israel and Palestine. The latest report stated that the death toll has crossed the mark of 3200. Yes, you heard it right, over 3200 people on both sides have died in the ongoing war between Israel and Palestine. Today is the eighth day of the ongoing conflict between Israel and Palestine, but there is a sign of slowing down the war. Due to the continuous escalation of war in Israel and Palestine, more than 3200 people have been killed in both countries. On Saturday, October 7, 2023, Hamas launched an unprecedented rocket missile attack on Israel that led the Israeli PM to declare war on Palestine. So far, hundreds of people have died in the war-riddle countries of Israel and Palestine. Shift to the next section and read more details.
Reportedly, over 400 people were killed in Israel within four hours after Hamas shockingly attacked on Saturday, October 7, 2023. Over the last weekend, the death toll had crossed the 1300 mark which is now at 3200. Reportedly, the Israeli army has directed its citizens to leave the northern Gaza Strip, and the Israeli government seemingly preparing to destroy all the base camps of the Hamas Group in Palestine.
Benjamin Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel vowed to diminish Hamas, “This is just the beginning. We will end this war stronger than ever.” “We will destroy Hamas,” Furthermore, Israel also sought international support to go offensive against Hamas. Meanwhile, the Hamas group urged people to stay put. Thousands of people in Gaza have fled south after Israel gave Palestinians 24 hours’ notice to evacuate from the enclave’s north before an expected ground offensive. Earlier Russian President Vladimir Putin condemned the attack of Israel on Palestine where many civilians were also killed.
Gaza Says Cyber Attack Hindered Donations for Medical Aid
It took to X formerly known as Twitter and wrote, “Our website has been under cyber attack since this afternoon, in an apparent attempt to prevent people donating towards our medical relief efforts for #Gaza. As a result, we are experiencing disruptions and the website may go offline.” Gaza further said that people who want to donate to support their work can visit a new website where a campaign is running with the title Gaza Emergency 2023. The post further reads, “For those unable to donate on our site but wish to support our work, please visit: https://justgiving.com/campaign/gaza-emergency2023 You can also donate via Facebook and Instagram. Thank you for your solidarity”