A photo shows a view of the wall on Egypt’s eastern border with the Gaza Strip, in Rafah on December 11, 2023. (Giuseppe Cacace/AFP)

• In the past 24 hours, 135 Palestinians have been killed and 312 wounded in Gaza, including 14 killed in an Israeli army attack on a house in Rafah, which included a two-year-old girl.

• The Palestine Red Crescent Society reports that 180 women give birth daily in Gaza under dangerous and inhumane conditions, with Israeli forces preventing ambulances from reaching besieged areas.

• Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu stated that Israel has not decided whether to seize the Philadelphia Corridor along Gaza’s border with Egypt, contradicting earlier reports of a planned military operation.

• Netanyahu affirmed that Israel will not be deterred by any International Court of Justice ruling regarding accusations of genocide in Gaza, stating, “No one will stop us. Not The Hague, not the Axis of Evil, no one.”

• Israeli media reported that around 4,000 soldiers suffered disabilities in the Gaza war, with the number expected to rise to 30,000, but the Israeli army avoids publicizing casualty records.

• In the West Bank, Palestinian teen Khaled Ahmed Zubaidi was beaten to death by Israeli forces during a raid in Zeita, near Tulkarem, bringing the death toll in the West Bank since October 7 to 344, including 90 children.

• President Biden revealed delivering a private warning to Iran about Houthi attacks on commercial shipping in the Red Sea, as the US launched new attacks against the Houthis.


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