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Israel’s continuous 24-hour bombing of Gaza

Gaza: Israel's shelling of Gaza continued for 24 hours in which more than 700 Palestinians were martyred, while the number of martyred Palestinians in Gaza has exceeded 60,000 since October 7, while more than 100 were killed in the bombing in the West Bank.

According to the World News Agency, since October 7, Israel has continued bombing Gaza as well as the West Bank, where the number of martyrs has reached 100.

Israeli forces also targeted the refugee camp of Jabalia. A hospital and a historic mosque in this area were also destroyed in the bombing.

It has been 24 hours since the Israeli bombardment in Jabalia, during which the number of Palestinian martyrs has reached 706 while more than 100 are injured. Al-Quds and al-Shafa hospitals were also destroyed.

Arab media, referring to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, said that since October 7, Israel's bombing of Gaza has killed 6,550 Palestinians, more than 50 percent of whom are children and women. While the number of injured has exceeded 16 thousand.

On the other hand, the United Nations has warned that due to the Israeli blockade, Gaza is facing a fuel shortage and now only the hospital is left for emergency use.

The United Nations has called for the blockade to be lifted, saying that if it is not done, hospitals will be closed and thousands of wounded will be denied access to medical aid.

According to the World Organization, there are 120 newborn babies in incubators in Gaza hospitals, it will be difficult for the babies to survive due to the lack of fuel.

It should be noted that more than a third of Gaza's 35 hospitals have already closed after being damaged by airstrikes or running out of fuel.

The General Secretary of the United Nations also condemned the Israeli bombing, on which Israel demanded the resignation of Antonio Guterres.

On the other hand, the United Nations organization UNICEF has expressed concern over the increase in the martyrdom of children in Gaza. According to the international organization, since October 7, at least 2360 children have been martyred due to Israeli bombing.

In a statement issued by the organization, it was said that the rate of child deaths and injuries in Gaza is very high and the fact is even more frightening that it is unlikely to decrease until the situation improves.

Remember that yesterday, Israel once again gave an ultimatum to withdraw from the northern areas of Gaza, saying that those citizens who did not move to southern Gaza will be considered supporters of Hamas. The Israeli army threatened to target Palestinian civilians who remained in northern Gaza after the ultimatum. Citizens do not become human shields for Hamas.

The international community has demanded that Israel stop the attacks in order to speed up the delivery of aid to Gaza, but the Zionist state has rejected these demands.

In a statement, UNRA, the UN aid agency for Palestinian refugees, said that nearly 600,000 displaced people have taken shelter in the centers of the international organization in Gaza.

According to the statement, there are 4 times more people than the capacity in our centers while many people are forced to spend the night in the streets.

On the other hand, Al Jazeera has stated in a report that Israel is spending 246 million dollars per day on the Gaza war.

According to the report, this does not include the financial losses that are being caused by the large-scale troop movement affecting the economy.

Israel-Hamas conflict is threat to 3rd World War: Elon Musk

Billionaire businessman Elon Musk expressed fear of the third world war in the context of the current situation.

Elon Musk, the most successful person in the technology sector, said in an interview that the conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and the ongoing war in Ukraine and Russia have increased the risk of a third world war.

He said that the third world war is a civilizational threat from the effects of which we may not be able to escape.

It is important to prioritize avoiding the 3rd world war and the thought of avoiding war is important. Elon Musk commented on the war between Israel and Hamas in Gaza and said that the United States can be put in trouble with the alliance of Russia, China and Iran.

Peace needs to be reached in Ukraine and I think we should not delay in restoring normal relations with Russia.

Anti-Islamic Hindu doctor expelled from job in Bahrain on Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Many anti-Islamic Hindus also came forward openly on the Israel-Palestine conflict.

Extremist Hindu doctor Sunil Rao supported Israeli attacks on Muslims and called them barbarians, after which he was fired from his job.

Dr. Sunil Rao, posted at a well-known hospital in Bahrain, made a statement in support of Israel and anti-Islam.

Dr. Sunil Rao said that Muslims are involved in attacks on Israel, Palestinians should be eliminated, and Muslims expressed grief after this statement from Dr. Sunil Rao's account, later Dr. Sunil Rao on behalf of the hospital administration of Bahrain. Condemned the statement and declared detachment,

Dr. Sunil Rao fired from Bahrain hospital.

This good initiative of the hospital administration was appreciated by the Muslims, many times before, anti-Islamic statements were made by Hindus living in Islamic countries.

In May 2020, a Hindu chef, storekeeper and cashier in the United Arab Emirates was fired for making anti-Islamic statements on social media.

On April 2020, a Hindu engineer in Kuwait was fired from his job for making comments against Muslims on social media, despite India's anti-Islamic face being exposed at the global level, Hindu extremists did not stop with their anti-Islamic policies.

Israel-Hamas conflict further darkens global economy: IMF

The head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said that the Israel-Hamas conflict is darkening the global economic scenario.

According to the foreign news agency, Kristalina Georgieva, speaking to participants at the FII Investment Conference in Riyadh, said that the situation we are witnessing is exacerbating already complex challenges.

He said that at a time when there are already dark clouds on the economic horizon, this could prove to be another dark cloud that will be quite deep.

Dubbed 'Davos in the Desert', the conference is attracting senior figures from the finance industry, many of whom have already expressed pessimism about the global economy.

However, due to Israel's intense bombing of Gaza after Hamas's attack on Israel, the conference failed to gain international attention and went into the background.

Kristalina Georgieva said the IMF's greatest concern is the loss of life in the Israel-Hamas clashes, although many other impacts have been apparent.

He said that its effects are visible in Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, the uncertainty of law and order has serious negative effects on the tourism sector, investors will hesitate to go to this place. Commenting on the increase, Kristalina Georgieva said that the world has been deceived for almost 20 years.

Referring to the central policy rate of the US Federal Reserve, he said that we are not satisfied with going from zero to 5 so quickly, but we are there anyway. He added that this is what we will tell everyone now. Whichever one you take, make sure you realize that interest rates will remain high for a long time.

Pakistan demands immediate opening of aid corridor to Gaza

Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Munir Akram, demanded the immediate opening of the Aid Corridor to Gaza.

Addressing the Security Council meeting, Pakistani delegate Munir Akram said that Pakistan demands an immediate and unconditional ceasefire.

Munir Akram warned that Israeli aggression could lead to a wider and more dangerous conflict.

He regretted that the cease-fire resolution could not be passed, placing heavy responsibility on those responsible for escalating the conflict.

Munir Akram further said that the United Nations has failed to secure the right of the people of Palestine and Kashmir to self-determination and freedom from foreign occupation.