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Flash Report: Recent Escalations In Palestine-israel Clash

Flash Report: Recent Escalations In Palestine-israel Clash

Flash Report: Recent Escalations In Palestine-israel Clash – Israeli attacks and aerial bombardments continue. Among the deadly attacks recorded today (October 17) were air strikes on residential buildings in the city of Rafah (at least 28 people killed); In Khan Yunis (40 killed), and the Emirati neighborhood of Khan Yunis (21 killed). In the massacre, the people who headed to the south went in compliance with the Israeli army’s orders to leave the northern part of the Gaza Strip.

This afternoon (17 October), an UNRWA school in the Maghazi refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip, housing 4,000 refugees, was attacked by an Israeli air strike, killing at least 6 people and wounding many, including UNRWA staff. UNRWA coordinated daily its facilities with the relevant groups.

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Flash Report: Recent Escalations In Palestine-israel Clash

Since the beginning of the war, 3,000 Palestinians have been killed and 12,500 people have been injured (not including those in Al-Ahli Hospital). The number of people killed in Gaza during 11 days of violence exceeded the number of people killed in the 2014 uprising that lasted more than 50 days (2,251 Palestinians). According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, since October 16 at 18:00, all 47 families, i.e. about 500 people, have been killed.

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In addition, it is estimated that hundreds of people remain under the rubble awaiting rescue or recovery. Burying bodies under collapsed buildings is both humanitarian and environmental.

Rescue teams, especially the Palestinian Civil Defense, are struggling to carry out their work amid continuous air strikes, severe shortages of fuel for vehicles and equipment, and little or no connection to mobile phone networks.

No new deaths have been reported in Israel since October 17 at 21:00. According to official Israeli sources, at least 1,300 Israelis and foreign citizens were killed in Israel, and at least 4,229 people were injured, most of them on October 7. The death toll is three times the number of Israeli casualties since OCHA began recording casualties in 2005 (about 400).

According to an announcement by the Ministry of Public Affairs in Gaza, from October 14 to October 8, 840 homes were destroyed, 5,434 homes were damaged, and residents left.

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Before today’s attack on Al-Ahli Hospital, the World Health Organization recorded 57 attacks on health, as a result of which 16 health workers died and 28 were injured, and 26 other hospitals and health centers were damaged, including 17 hospitals and 23 ambulances. Four of the latter centres, all in northern Gaza (Beit Hanoun, Hamad Rehabilitation Corporation, Al Karama, and Doura), had to be evacuated and are no longer able to operate.

The extent of damage caused by the explosion to education and other basic infrastructure of the people is also a matter of concern. Since 16 October, 167 education centers have been hit by airstrikes, including at least 20 UNRWA schools, two of which are used as emergency refugee shelters, and 140 Palestinian schools, one of which was destroyed. The university building and 7 churches were damaged, and at least 11 mosques were destroyed.

Water and sewage networks were also severely damaged. As of October 12, at least six water wells, three water pumping stations, a reservoir, and a desalination plant serving more than 1,100,000 people have been damaged.

The increasing number of internally displaced people since the beginning of the conflict is estimated at approximately one million people, including more than 352,000 displaced people living in UNRWA emergency shelters in the central and southern Gaza Strip alone. The number of migrants in the UNRWA Development Directorate in Gaza and North Gaza is currently unknown. In addition, approximately 55,000 displaced people live in 51 non-UNRWA settlements, mostly in Gaza City and North Gaza.

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The capacity of 104 UNRWA facilities in the southern regions was expanded. In Rafah, 80% of the population who lived before the war and conflicts were displaced. They include children, the elderly, people in need of medical care, the disabled and pregnant women. Basic necessities such as water, food and medicine are scarce, leading to growing frustration and conflict among migrants.

Anecdotal reports indicate that many displaced families have returned to Gaza City and North Gaza (west of Gaza) due to the continued air strikes targeting the southern regions, in addition to the harsh living conditions in the south, and the presence of temporary shelters under pressure. Water, electricity, sanitation.

In Israel, the almost complete evacuation of the city of Sderot (population about 34,000), in southern Israel, ended on October 15. The small Israeli community around the Gaza Strip has completely left in the past few days, while most of the population of Ashkelon (population about 155,000) has left. The Israeli authorities are meeting the needs of these displaced people (this report focuses on the humanitarian situation in Gaza).

After Israel cut off electricity and fuel to Gaza, shutting down the only source of electricity in Gaza, for the seventh day in a row (since October 11), Gaza entered a total power outage. The facilities were forced to rely on backup generators, due to the fuel shortage in the sector.

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According to Gaza power plant officials, Israeli authorities have warned that if they attempt to resume operations, the plant will be targeted. The Israeli Ministry of Defense stated that until the Israeli hostages are released, electricity, fuel and water will not be returned to Gaza.

Today (17 October), WHO, in cooperation with UNRWA, was able to deliver 10,600 liters of fuel to Al-Shifa Hospital, the main hospital in Gaza in Gaza City. This will keep the hospital’s generators running for several days. On the other hand, Yemen was forced to turn off generators and think about distributing the number of patients due to the exhaustion of fuel in Saeed Hospital in northern Gaza.

Other hospitals across Gaza (except for the four hospitals that were evacuated) are operating at reduced capacity. The measures taken to operate emergency rooms include suspending some operations, working in the dark, and limiting the use of elevators. Important procedures such as sterilization and dialysis may soon be stopped.

The Ministry of Health in Gaza allocated to hospitals a limited amount of fuel available in other public areas to prevent them from being completely cut off, while asking people who use household fuel to donate to hospitals.

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Of particular concern is the estimated 20,000 people suffering from mental illness; They have been denied access to mental health services and medications, have been subjected to violence and abuse, and have disappeared during evacuations. An estimated 50,000 pregnant women face difficulties in accessing prenatal and delivery care due to travel-related risks, suspension of health facilities, and lack of basic necessities.

Water production from municipal groundwater resources is less than five percent of pre-hostilities levels. Three desalination plants, which produced 7 percent of Gaza’s water before the war, are now non-operational. Water trucking operations stopped in many areas due to fuel shortages, insecurity, and roads clogged with mines. Bottled water is largely unavailable, and its cost has put it out of reach for many families. Private vendors using small solar desalination plants have become the main suppliers of clean drinking water.

As a result, average water use across all regions and for all needs (including food and sanitation) has fallen to just three liters per day, according to estimates from water, sanitation and sanitation partners. . People resort to salt water drawn from agricultural wells, which increases their exposure to pesticides and other chemicals, putting people at risk of death or the spread of infectious diseases.

East Khan Yunis (Bani Suhaila area) is currently one of the areas where piped water is provided to families for several hours a day. This was after the Israeli authorities reactivated one of the three water networks operating in the area. This line supplies about 14,400 cubic meters of water per day, i.e. less than 4% of the water that was used in the Gaza Strip before the war. Due to the lack of pumping capacity, the water supply to the entire city of Khan Yunis was cut off.

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Most of the 65 sewage pumping stations are not operational, increasing the risk of sewage overflow. In some areas, sewage and solid waste have accumulated in the streets, leading to health and environmental risks. All five wastewater treatment plants in Gaza have been closed due to gas shortages.

A World Food Program spokesman said on Monday that the stock of basic foodstuffs is only enough for two weeks, while there are only four or five days in stock.

Bread stocks are running out, and people are standing in line for hours to get bread. Ovens cannot operate due to a shortage of basic materials, especially wheat flour, which is expected to run out in less than a week. It is only one of the five roads in Gaza

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    1. Flash Report: Recent Escalations In Palestine-israel ClashSince the beginning of the war, 3,000 Palestinians have been killed and 12,500 people have been injured (not including those in Al-Ahli Hospital). The number of people killed in Gaza during 11 days of violence exceeded the number of people killed in the 2014 uprising that lasted more than 50 days (2,251 Palestinians). According to the Gaza Ministry of Health, since October 16 at 18:00, all 47 families, i.e. about 500 people, have been killed.Palestinian Israeli West Bank Security Cooperation Is A Lose Lose For Mahmoud AbbasIn addition, it is estimated that hundreds of people remain under the rubble awaiting rescue or recovery. Burying bodies under collapsed buildings is both humanitarian and environmental.Rescue teams, especially the Palestinian Civil Defense, are struggling to carry out their work amid continuous air strikes, severe shortages of fuel for vehicles and equipment, and little or no connection to mobile phone networks.No new deaths have been reported in Israel since October 17 at 21:00. According to official Israeli sources, at least 1,300 Israelis and foreign citizens were killed in Israel, and at least 4,229 people were injured, most of them on October 7. The death toll is three times the number of Israeli casualties since OCHA began recording casualties in 2005 (about 400).According to an announcement by the Ministry of Public Affairs in Gaza, from October 14 to October 8, 840 homes were destroyed, 5,434 homes were damaged, and residents left.Iran Update, November 30, 2023Before today's attack on Al-Ahli Hospital, the World Health Organization recorded 57 attacks on health, as a result of which 16 health workers died and 28 were injured, and 26 other hospitals and health centers were damaged, including 17 hospitals and 23 ambulances. Four of the latter centres, all in northern Gaza (Beit Hanoun, Hamad Rehabilitation Corporation, Al Karama, and Doura), had to be evacuated and are no longer able to operate.The extent of damage caused by the explosion to education and other basic infrastructure of the people is also a matter of concern. Since 16 October, 167 education centers have been hit by airstrikes, including at least 20 UNRWA schools, two of which are used as emergency refugee shelters, and 140 Palestinian schools, one of which was destroyed. The university building and 7 churches were damaged, and at least 11 mosques were destroyed.Water and sewage networks were also severely damaged. As of October 12, at least six water wells, three water pumping stations, a reservoir, and a desalination plant serving more than 1,100,000 people have been damaged.The increasing number of internally displaced people since the beginning of the conflict is estimated at approximately one million people, including more than 352,000 displaced people living in UNRWA emergency shelters in the central and southern Gaza Strip alone. The number of migrants in the UNRWA Development Directorate in Gaza and North Gaza is currently unknown. In addition, approximately 55,000 displaced people live in 51 non-UNRWA settlements, mostly in Gaza City and North Gaza.Live Updates: Russia To Support Arab States' Stance On Israel Palestine Settlement, Lavrov SaysThe capacity of 104 UNRWA facilities in the southern regions was expanded. In Rafah, 80% of the population who lived before the war and conflicts were displaced. They include children, the elderly, people in need of medical care, the disabled and pregnant women. Basic necessities such as water, food and medicine are scarce, leading to growing frustration and conflict among migrants.Anecdotal reports indicate that many displaced families have returned to Gaza City and North Gaza (west of Gaza) due to the continued air strikes targeting the southern regions, in addition to the harsh living conditions in the south, and the presence of temporary shelters under pressure. Water, electricity, sanitation.In Israel, the almost complete evacuation of the city of Sderot (population about 34,000), in southern Israel, ended on October 15. The small Israeli community around the Gaza Strip has completely left in the past few days, while most of the population of Ashkelon (population about 155,000) has left. The Israeli authorities are meeting the needs of these displaced people (this report focuses on the humanitarian situation in Gaza).After Israel cut off electricity and fuel to Gaza, shutting down the only source of electricity in Gaza, for the seventh day in a row (since October 11), Gaza entered a total power outage. The facilities were forced to rely on backup generators, due to the fuel shortage in the sector.Top News Of The Day: October 07, 2023According to Gaza power plant officials, Israeli authorities have warned that if they attempt to resume operations, the plant will be targeted. The Israeli Ministry of Defense stated that until the Israeli hostages are released, electricity, fuel and water will not be returned to Gaza.Today (17 October), WHO, in cooperation with UNRWA, was able to deliver 10,600 liters of fuel to Al-Shifa Hospital, the main hospital in Gaza in Gaza City. This will keep the hospital's generators running for several days. On the other hand, Yemen was forced to turn off generators and think about distributing the number of patients due to the exhaustion of fuel in Saeed Hospital in northern Gaza.Other hospitals across Gaza (except for the four hospitals that were evacuated) are operating at reduced capacity. The measures taken to operate emergency rooms include suspending some operations, working in the dark, and limiting the use of elevators. Important procedures such as sterilization and dialysis may soon be stopped.The Ministry of Health in Gaza allocated to hospitals a limited amount of fuel available in other public areas to prevent them from being completely cut off, while asking people who use household fuel to donate to hospitals.Israel Hamas War Updates: Gaza Faces Heavy Israeli BombardmentOf particular concern is the estimated 20,000 people suffering from mental illness; They have been denied access to mental health services and medications, have been subjected to violence and abuse, and have disappeared during evacuations. An estimated 50,000 pregnant women face difficulties in accessing prenatal and delivery care due to travel-related risks, suspension of health facilities, and lack of basic necessities.Water production from municipal groundwater resources is less than five percent of pre-hostilities levels. Three desalination plants, which produced 7 percent of Gaza's water before the war, are now non-operational. Water trucking operations stopped in many areas due to fuel shortages, insecurity, and roads clogged with mines. Bottled water is largely unavailable, and its cost has put it out of reach for many families. Private vendors using small solar desalination plants have become the main suppliers of clean drinking water.As a result, average water use across all regions and for all needs (including food and sanitation) has fallen to just three liters per day, according to estimates from water, sanitation and sanitation partners. . People resort to salt water drawn from agricultural wells, which increases their exposure to pesticides and other chemicals, putting people at risk of death or the spread of infectious diseases.East Khan Yunis (Bani Suhaila area) is currently one of the areas where piped water is provided to families for several hours a day. This was after the Israeli authorities reactivated one of the three water networks operating in the area. This line supplies about 14,400 cubic meters of water per day, i.e. less than 4% of the water that was used in the Gaza Strip before the war. Due to the lack of pumping capacity, the water supply to the entire city of Khan Yunis was cut off.Israel Gaza Crisis
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