Death Toll In Gaza Mounts To 15,207

'Risk of deaths of those wounded in large numbers every day due to a lack of treatment options in Gaza hospitals.'

Death Toll In Gaza Mounts To 15,207

The Gaza health ministry released the most recent report on the death toll from Israeli bombardment, stating that the number of casualties had risen to 15,207 after combat restarted in the beleaguered territory.

It further stated that 40,000 people have been injured in the attacks.

Because of the paucity of treatment alternatives in Gaza hospitals, the ministry stated that a substantial number of injured individuals are at risk of dying every day.

The UN, citing statistics from the Gaza Electricity Distribution Company (GEDCO), verified that the beleaguered region had been without power since October 11.

According to the statistics, Israeli electrical delivery to Gaza halted on October 8, and the Gaza power plant stopped delivering power on October 11, according to Al Jazeera.

According to the statistics, Gaza had only 13.3 hours of electricity each day from January to September 2023, even before its power was switched off.

"For the past decade, the Gaza Strip has suffered from a chronic electricity deficit, which has undermined already fragile living conditions," according to a United Nations report.

On Saturday, Deputy Hamas leader Saleh Al-Arouri told pan-Arab Al Jazeera TV that no additional detainees would be swapped with Israel until there was a truce in Gaza.

According to Arouri, the prisoners still held hostage by Hamas include Israeli military and civilian males who had served in the Israeli army.

He stated that they would not be released unless there was a cease-fire and all Palestinian captives were released as well.

"Leave the war on its course." This is the ultimate decision. "We will not budge," Arouri stated.