According to the source, quoted on Monday by the local newspaper Chronicle, the number of wounded rose to 36,000, while the number of missing persons increased to 7,000, including more than 4,700 women and children.
For its part, the governmental Media Office in the coastal enclave reported that the attacks by Tel Aviv’s forces caused the destruction of almost 50% of the homes, 88 mosques and damage to 174 others.
On the other hand, humanitarian organizations reported that in Gaza, where most of the hospitals are not functioning, the criminal bombardments by the aviation and artillery of the Hebrew country have so far damaged 300 schools and killed 183 teachers.
Since the beginning of the renewed Israeli offensive at the beginning of last month, Gaza and other Palestinian territories have suffered fuel, electricity and food shortages due to the aggressors, causing a severe humanitarian crisis among the civilian population.
Inside the Palestinian territories there is relative calm amid a four-day truce until Monday, which provides for the cessation of military hostilities, which was agreed between the Zionist government and the Palestinian Resistance Movement (Hamas).