• Le ministère de la Santé du Hamas annonce un nouveau bilan de 32 623 personnes tuées

    Le ministère de la Santé du Hamas a annoncé un nouveau bilan de 32 623 personnes tuées dans la bande de Gaza depuis le début de la guerre entre Israël et le mouvement islamiste palestinien le 7 octobre.

    En 24 heures, 71 morts supplémentaires ont été recensés, selon un communiqué du ministère, qui fait état de 75 092 blessés en près de six mois de guerre.

    Morning update
    29 March 2024 | Middle East Eye

    Israeli strikes on Syria’s Aleppo killed 38 people, including five members of Lebanon’s Hezbollah, two security sources told Reuters
    An Israeli attack on a home in Gaza’s Maghazi refugee camp killed eight people

    Israeli PM Netanyahu told relatives of Israeli soldiers held in Gaza they “preparing to enter Rafah,” after claiming they had already conquered northern Gaza and Khan Younis

    In response to ICJ’s additional provisional measures, Israel said it is “committed to international law” and will “promote new initiatives” to deliver aid into the Gaza Strip

    Japan announced it will restore its funding of Unrwa, the UN’s Palestinian refugee agency

    The UN’s World Food Programme said that famine is “imminent” in northern Gaza, calling for much more aid to be delivered there

    Late night update
    28 March 2024 23:46 GMT| Middle East Eye

    On Thursday, the International Court of Justice issued additional provisional measures, ordering Israel to allow the entry of humanitarian aid into Gaza without any hindrances.

    The order was issued with special emphasis on the situation regarding hunger in Gaza, with the ICJ noting that “famine is setting in”.

    The political leader of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, Ziyad al-Nakhalah, met with Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Tehran and Khamenei told the Palestinian leader that the group would “see final victory of the people of Gaza”.

    And despite a UN Security Council resolution calling for a ceasefire and renewed negotiations, Israel is continuing to bomb areas all across the Gaza Strip. The current death toll stands at 32,552 Palestinians.

    Here’s what else you need to know from Thursday’s developments:

    An Israeli air strike has killed at least 12 Palestinians in Rafah.

    Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked Israel’s top court to defer a 31 March deadline for the government to come up with a new military conscription plan addressing the exemptions granted to members of the ultra-Orthodox community.

    Politico is reporting that the Pentagon is in “preliminary conversations” about a proposal to help fund either a multinational peacekeeping force or a Palestinian peacekeeping team in Gaza in a post-war scenario.

    Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Mustafa has formed a new cabinet, in which he will also serve as foreign minister.

    A six-year-old Palestinian boy died from malnutrition in the northern Gaza Strip.

    The Israeli military released 102 Palestinians who were detained from across the Gaza Strip in recent months. The military also released seven members of the Palestine Red Crescent Society.