The Palestinian death toll from Israeli ongoing aggression on the Gaza Strip has climbed to 11,180 since Oct. 7, the Government Media Office (GMO) said on Sunday evening.
Out of the total martyrs, 4,609 were children and 3,100 were women, with more than 28,000 others injured, the GMO said in a statement.
The statement pointed out that 22 hospitals and 49 health centers have ceased operations in Gaza due to Israeli attacks and a shortage of fuel needed to operate power generators. 53 ambulances were also targeted in the attacks.
According to the statement, 1,142 massacres have been committed by the Israeli occupation army against Palestinian families.
3,250 people are still missing under the rubble, including 1,700 children.
It also pointed out that 198 health personnel, 20 civil defense members, and 49 journalists were killed in the Israeli attacks.
The GMO clarified that 92 government headquarters were destroyed, in addition to 241 schools, 61 of them are out of service.
During the same reported period, 70 mosques were completely demolished, while 153 mosques were partially destroyed, in addition to three churches.
Gaza’s agriculture damage amounted to $180 million, and more than 25% of agricultural areas were destroyed.
The Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip constitutes a blatant violation of international humanitarian and human rights law as it exposes civilians’ lives to extreme danger, which requires an immediate international intervention.
The international community must force the Israeli occupation forces to abide by international human rights and humanitarian laws, mainly protecting the rights and lives of civilians, prohibiting their targeting and preserving their safety, and holding the Israeli leaders accountable for committing war crimes in the Gaza Strip.