The conflict in Gaza Strip has escalated further as the Israeli Army intensifies its bombardment from Jabalia in the north to Khan Younis in the south.
There are reports that Israeli forces have detained dozens of Palestinian men from UN-run schools in northern Gaza, subjecting them to degrading treatment such as stripping them of their clothes before taking them away.
This brutal approach adds to the humanitarian crisis in the region, with the Palestine Red Crescent Society reporting a standstill in ambulance services in northern Gaza.
The situation is dire, with at least 17,177 Palestinians killed in Gaza since October 7, underscoring the urgent need for international intervention to address the mounting casualties and destruction.
In Israel, the official death toll stands at about 1,150, emphasizing the disproportionate impact of the conflict on the Palestinian side.
As the violence continues to escalate, there is a growing concern for the safety and well-being of civilians caught in the crossfire.
Calls for an immediate ceasefire and diplomatic efforts to de-escalate tensions have become more urgent than ever to prevent further loss of life and address the humanitarian crisis unfolding in the region.