Timeline of the Israel–Hamas war (7 May 2024 – present)

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Timeline of the Israel–Hamas war

May 2024

7 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 54 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 34,789.
  • Israeli ground forces seized control of the Gaza side of the Rafah crossing, starting the Rafah offensive.
  • Hamas announced the death of an Israeli captive from injuries they sustained from an Israeli air raid a month ago.
  • The Bahamas officially recognized the State of Palestine.
  • Unspecified Palestinian fighters detonated IEDs against IDF troops in Jalbun.

8 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 55 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 34,844.
  • Israel rejected a ceasefire deal with Hamas and stated that it would continue its offensive in Rafah.
  • The US paused its weapons delivery to Israel to limit its operations in Rafah.
  • One person was killed and many were injured by Israeli shelling in Khuza'a, east of Khan Yunis.
  • Israeli forces bombed an apartment complex in Zeitoun, east of Gaza City, killing seven people.

9 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 60 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 34,904.
  • The IAF targeted a house in the al-Jnaina neighbourhood in Rafah, causing an unknown number of casualties.
  • Syria claimed to have shot down Israeli missiles heading towards Damascus from the occupied Golan Heights.
  • Israel announced that a soldier from the 869th Battalion was killed in Malkia by a Hezbollah mortar and missile attack.
  • An Israeli police officer died of wounds he sustained during a raid in Deir al-Ghusun on 4 May.
  • Four Hezbollah members were killed in an Israeli drone strike on a car in southern Lebanon.
  • The IAF bombed the Tel al-Sultan neighborhood, west of Rafah, killing four people and injuring 16.
  • Israeli forces shot a 15-year-old boy on the leg in Qalqilya.
  • The Houthis claimed to have launched missiles at the Panamanian-Flagged MSC Diego and MSC Gina which they said were "affiliated with Israel".
  • A seventh mass grave was uncovered near the Al-Shifa hospital.
  • The Islamic resistance in Iraq claimed two drone attacks targeting Eilat and the Nevatim base in Beersheba, and a cruise missile attack targeting the oil port of Ashkelon.

10 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 39 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 34,943.
  • The headquarters of UNRWA in occupied East Jerusalem was set on fire by Jewish extremists.
  • An Israeli air strike hit a home in Abasan al-Kabira at the eastern outskirts of Khan Yunis, killing eight residents living there.
  • At least three people were killed and five more injured after the IAF bombed a house in the central part of Gaza City.
  • 12 Israeli soldiers of the Gaza Division were stung by wasps in southern Gaza and evacuated to Israel for treatment.
  • Four Israeli soldiers of the Nahal Brigade were killed in the Zeitoun neighbourhood in Gaza, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza strip to 271.
  • Hamas fired two rocket barrages from Rafah to Beer Sheva, injuring one person.

11 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 28 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 34,971.
  • Hezbollah claimed to have hit Israeli "spy installations" at the Jal al-Alam site along the border.
  • The IDF told residents of Jabalia and Beit Lahia to evacuate to western Gaza City, and issued new evacuation orders in Rafah.
  • Hamas said that a British-Israeli hostage succumbed to wounds sustained from an Israeli airstrike.
  • Israel announced that a soldier of the Nahal Brigade was killed in a gunfight with Hamas fighters in the Zeitoun neighbourhood of Gaza the day prior, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 272.

12 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 63 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,034.
  • Israeli forces started bombing Jabalia, killing and injuring several Palestinians.
  • Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian man during a raid on the Balata Camp.
  • An Israeli air strike on Deir al-Balah killed multiple people, including a paediatric surgeon and his son.
  • Illegal Israeli settlers set a house on fire in the village of Duma, south of Nablus.
  • Three people were injured after a rocket attacks from Gaza hit Ashkelon.
  • A spokesperson from the Palestinian Civil Defence said that all hospitals in northern Gaza are "out of service".
  • An IDF Brigade General was injured while in combat in the Gaza Strip.
  • The Wafa news agency claimed illegal settlers protected by Israeli soldiers attacked the town of Qusra, south of Nablus, injuring some Palestinians.
  • The Palestine Red Crescent Society said that Israeli shelling in the central Gazan town of al-Zuwaida killed four children, including an infant.
  • The Al-Qassam Brigades claimed multiple attacks on Israeli forces in eastern Jabalia, including an attack where they blew up a boobytrapped house with Israeli soldiers inside, causing an unknown amount of casualties.

13 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 57 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,091.
  • An Indian UNDSS staff member was killed and another was wounded in an attack on their vehicle near Rafah.
  • Israeli activists attacked a Gaza aid convoy at the Tarqumiyah checkpoint, setting vehicles ablaze and throwing packages of food onto the road.
  • The IDF announced that five soldiers were seriously injured in separate incidents throughout Gaza, including two from the elite Yahalom unit.
  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announced that over 1,000 Hamas members were being treated in Turkish hospitals.
  • The Palestinian Authority reportedly rejected an Israeli offer to take control of the Rafah Border Crossing.

14 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 82 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,173.
  • Israeli airstrikes on a building and an UNRWA school in Nuseirat killed 40 people. The IDF said that the strike on the UNRWA school targeted a Hamas command room based in the building and killed 15 militants.
  • Heavy clashes between Israeli forces and Hamas were reported in Gaza City, Jabalia, and Nuseirat, while fighting continued in and around Rafah, with Israeli ground forces advancing into the Brazil and Jneina neighborhoods.
  • The IDF issued an evacuation notice in the al-Atatra and Salatin areas of Jabalia after it said it expanded operations in the city.
  • Hamas claimed a missile attack on an Israeli troop carrier in the al-Salam neighborhood of eastern Rafah, allegedly killing and wounding its crew members. They also claimed to have blown up an IDF bulldozer in eastern Rafah.
  • Hezbollah claimed to have downed an Israeli spy balloon over the Israeli settlement of Adamit near the border with Lebanon and fired rockets at the balloon's launch base and "management crew".
  • Israeli settlers stormed the Al-Aqsa complex and raised the Israeli flag.
  • An Israeli soldier of the 7th Armoured Brigade was killed in Rafah, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 273.

15 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 60 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,233.
  • An Israeli air strike hit the home of the Brash family in the Bureij refugee camp, killing five people.
  • A 20-year-old Palestinian man was shot dead by Israeli forces in Al-Bireh, West Bank.
  • Israeli forces shelled an UNRWA clinic in the Sabra neighbourhood of Gaza city, killing at least 10 displaced Palestinians.
  • Israeli forces targeted a group of people in al-Jalaa Street and al-Oyoun Street in central Gaza city with a drone strike, at least three people were killed and more were injured.
  • Israeli forces shot and killed a Palestinian nurse at the Jabalia refugee camp.
  • An Israeli military contractor, who was working for the Israeli Ministry of Defense died of wounds sustained in a Palestinian mortar attack in the southern Gaza Strip two day prior.
  • The IDF said it began operations against militants in the center of Jabalia and had engaged in intense battles over the past day, killing "a large number" of militants. Hamas claimed responsibility for anti-tank missile attacks against Israeli soldiers in the camp, killing a dozen in its Block 4 area, but the IDF did not report casualties.
  • The UN estimated that around 600,000 people fled Rafah since Israel began its offensive in the city, including 150,000 in the past 48 hours.
  • Two people, including Hezbollah commander Hussein Makki, were killed in an Israeli drone strike in Tyre, southern Lebanon.
  • Five Israeli soldiers of the Paratroopers Brigade were killed in an alleged friendly fire incident after an Israeli tank mistook them for Palestinian fighters in Jabalia, bringing the IDF death toll to 278.
  • Israeli forces attacked an internet access point in Gaza City, killing at least four people and critically injured more.
  • Israeli settlers attacked commercial trucks and beat their Palestinian drivers thinking that they were humanitarian aid trucks near the illegal settlement of Giv'at Asaf.
  • Hezbollah claimed to have launched a successful drone attack west of Tiberias.

16 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 39 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,272.
  • Israeli forces shot a Palestinian man dead in Salah al-Din Street in East Jerusalem after allegedly attempting to stab Israeli soldiers.
  • The US completed construction for the Gaza floating pier and said that humanitarian aid would soon arrive to it.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Bislamach Brigade was killed by a "munitions accident" on the border between Israel and Gaza, bringing the IDF death toll to 279.
  • Canada imposed sanctions on four Israeli individuals accused of violence against Palestinians in the occupied West Bank.
  • Israeli forces shelled a family home in Khan Yunis, killing at least five people.
  • An Israeli airstrike on the al-Faluja area of Jabalia killed four people including a pregnant woman.

17 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 31 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,303.
  • An Israeli aircraft bombed the al-Jaouni School housing displaced people in the Nuseirat refugee camp, killing four people.
  • Three Israeli soldiers were injured by Israeli extremists who had set a truck on fire and injured its driver near the illegal settlement of Kokhav HaShahar, east of Ramallah.
  • Israeli forces stormed the town of Anabta, shooting a 16-year-old in the thigh, in Qalqilya a man was shot while riding his bicycle as Israeli forces stormed the city, a man was also shot near the Jalazone refugee camp, north of Ramallah.
  • Israeli forces shot and killed one Palestinian and injured another during a raid on the town of Bal'a, near Tulkarm.
  • Three people, including a Hezbollah fighter and two Syrians, were killed in Israeli airstrikes on the villages of Najjariyeh and Addousiyeh in southern Lebanon.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Paratroopers Brigade was killed in violent clashes in Gaza's Jabalia neighbourhood amid a new Israeli offensive into the area, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza strip to 280.
  • The IDF recovered the bodies of three hostages killed on 7 October, including Shani Louk, from a tunnel in Gaza.
  • Hamas official Sharhabil al-Sayed, who was in charge of the group's operations in Lebanon's eastern Bekaa Valley, was killed in an Israeli airstrike on his car in Majdal Anjar, Lebanon.
  • Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) senior leader Islam Khamayseh was killed and several other members of the organization were wounded in an Israeli air raid in Jenin.

18 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 83 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,386.
  • Israeli forces bombed a residential block across from the Kamal Adwan Hospital, killing at least 22 people and injuring more than 30.
  • Four people were killed by an Israeli airstrike in Khuzaʽa, Khan Yunis and one person was killed by Israeli shelling at a house in Abasan al-Kabira, east of the city.
  • At least eight people, including women and children, were killed and 10 were wounded after Israeli shelling targeted a group of Palestinians filling water containers in the al-Faluja area of Gaza City.
  • Two people were killed by an Israeli attack near Nuseirat camp, and two others were killed in an attack in Wadi Gaza.
  • Witnesses in Jabalia refugee camp stated the IDF was demolishing homes while people were still in them.
  • An Israeli drone attack in western Rafah hit a car trying to leave the city, killing one person. Two people were killed in central Rafah after Israeli forces bombed a home.
  • A Panama-flagged crude oil tanker was hit by a missile in the Red Sea, no group claimed responsibly.
  • Two Israeli soldiers of the Givati Brigade were killed and two others seriously injured by an explosion in a booby-trapped tunnel in Rafah, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 282.

19 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 70 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,456.
  • An Israeli airstrike on a house in the Nuseirat camp killed at least 31 people and injuring 20.
  • The Al-Quds Brigades claimed to have targeted a Merkava 4 tank near the Tamraz station in the Jabalia refugee camp and launched rocket attacks in the settlement of Sderot.
  • Six people were killed by Israeli bombing of a house in the Daraj neighbourhood, east of Gaza City, while three people were killed by Israeli bombing of a school in the same neighborhood.
  • Israeli forces bombed a residential building in the Jabalia al-Balad area of Central Rafah, killing at least three people.
  • A group of illegal Israeli settlers attacked a humanitarian aid truck from Jordan near the town of Tarqumiyah, west of Hebron. The group destroyed boxes of food and threw them on the road. Illegal Israeli settlers also attacked Palestinian vehicles on the Marajat road, northwest of Jericho, while another group of settlers with IDF protection attacked the archaeological site of al-Mas'udiyya in the village of Burqa, northwest of Nablus.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Paratroopers Brigade’s 202nd Battalion who was injured on 15 May during fighting in northern Gaza died of his wounds, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 283.

20 May

21 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 85 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,647.
  • At least seven Palestinians, including a school boy, were shot dead by Israeli forces during a raid in Jenin.
  • The Qassam Brigades claimed to have killed an unknown number of Israeli soldiers at the Tel al-Zaatar neighbourhood in northern Gaza.
  • Three children were among five civilians killed by an Israeli drone strike in the Yibna refugee camp in Rafah.
  • A soldier of the Givati Brigade and a soldier of a logistics group suffered serious injuries in southern Gaza.
  • Illegal Israeli settlers unsuccessfully tried to block a humanitarian aid truck in occupied East Jerusalem.
  • Israeli officials confiscated equipment of the Associated Press in Sderot and shut down its live feed on the Israel-Gaza border, saying that it had violated media laws by providing content to Al Jazeera. The shutdown and confiscation was later reversed following a massive outcry.

22 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 62 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,709.
  • The IDF claimed it conducted a strike in Khan Yunis that killed three militants, including a key Hamas member, while another strike killed five militants operating from a school.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Battalion 222 was injured in Northern Gaza.
  • Israeli forces attacked the Zawaida neighborhood in central Gaza, killing at least 10 people, including women and children.
  • An Israeli attack hit a house belonging to the Abu Zaida family in the Bir an-Naaja area in northern Gaza, killing at least six people.
  • Ireland, Norway and Spain announced that they would recognize the State of Palestine.
  • Three Israeli soldiers, one of the elite Yahalom unit and two of the Netzah Yehuda Battalion, were killed in northern Gaza, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza strip to 286.
  • A further five Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces during an ongoing raid in Jenin, bringing the overall Palestinian death toll since 21 May to 12.

23 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 91 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,800.
  • Three US soldiers were injured, one critically, in a noncombat incident at the Gaza floating pier.
  • The IDF said it conducted a raid against militants in Beit Hanoun and announced the killing of Hamas' Beit Hanoun Battalion commander in Jabalia.
  • Israeli airstrikes reportedly killed 12 people in Deir Al-Balah and ten others in Gaza City.

24 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 57 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,857.
  • An Israeli attack on the central Gazan town of az-Zawayda killed two people.
  • The IAF attacked a house in the al-Fakhoura neighbourhood near the Jabalia refugee camp, killing at least five people. Another house was struck in the Sheikh Radwan neighbourhood, north of Gaza City, killing two people.
  • At least 10 people were killed in the Shabiyah area of Gaza City after Israeli forces targeted an apartment complex.
  • Twelve people were killed after the IDF bombed an aid storage warehouse in Deir al-Balah.
  • Three hostages' bodies were recovered by Israeli forces in northern Jabalia.
  • The International Court of Justice ordered Israel to halt its military offensive in Rafah following a petition by South Africa, but did not order a ceasefire.

25 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 46 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,903.
  • Four people were killed after an Israeli airstrike hit an apartment building in the Nuseirat refugee camp.
  • Palestinian prime minister Mohammad Mustafa shared an image of an Israeli soldier reading a book in the library of the Al-Aqsa University in Gaza while a bookshelf burns behind the soldier. Mustafa stated that "Israel has targeted all universities in the Strip, with some being completely destroyed".
  • A young Palestinian was injured during a gun fight with illegal Israeli settlers with IDF protection in Qusra, south of Nablus. Another attack occurred in Dhahr al-Abad, southwest of Jenin, where illegal Israeli settlers cut down 15 olive trees belonging to Palestinians using electric saws.
  • The Al-Qassam Brigades claimed to hit an Israeli Merkava tank with a Yassin-105 rocket near the Salah al-Din Gate in Rafah. and two Israeli tanks in the Jabalia refugee camp, one behind the Abu Zatoun school and another at al-Burai junction.
  • The Al-Qassam Brigades claimed that one of its snipers shot and killed an Israeli soldier in Jabalia.
  • The IDF said that a soldier of the Bislamach Brigade was seriously injured while fighting in northern Gaza.
  • One person was killed by Israeli artillery fire in the Khirbet al-Adas area of Rafah.
  • Hezbollah claimed to have destroyed an Israeli tank and killed its crew using a missile in the al-Marj military site.
  • Ten people were killed and over 17 people injured in Israeli attacks on a school in the Saftawi neighbourhood in northern Gaza.
  • Four vessels at the Gaza humanitarian dock were separated from their moorings by strong waves and ran aground at separate locations in the Gaza Strip and Israel.
  • Three people, including a Syrian man working for Hezbollah, were killed in an Israeli drone strike in Al-Qusayr.

26 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 81 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 35,984.
  • At least people 40 were killed and over 65 injured in an Israeli airstrike at a camp in the Tel al-Sultan neighborhood. It was reported several people were burned alive in the attack.
  • The Al-Qassam Brigades claimed to have injured and captured an unknown number of Israeli soldiers in an ambush by luring them into a tunnel in Jabalia. The IDF denied the claim.
  • Hezbollah claimed to have struck an Israeli technical system at the Al Abad military post on the Lebanese border.
  • Hamas fired eight rockets towards the Tel Aviv area. Several missiles were intercepted. The remaining caused damage to buildings and public spaces. No injuries were reported.
  • An Israeli reservist in Gaza called for a mutiny against the Israeli government but was dismissed by the IDF and later interrogated by Israel Police.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Givati Brigade's Rotem Battalion was killed in northern Gaza, while a soldier of the Eilat lieutenant unit was injured in southern Gaza. A sergeant of the Netzah Yehuda Battalion died of injuries sustained in Gaza on 22 May, bringing the IDF death toll to 288.
  • Twelve people were killed and more than 20 were injured after Israeli forces bombed a house in Jabalia al-Nazlh.

27 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 66 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,050.
  • Israel banned the Spanish consulate in Jerusalem from providing services to residents of the Palestinian Authority.
  • The IAF bombed a house belonging to the bombed the home of the al-Batran family in the Zarqa area, north of Gaza City, killing five people including a pregnant mother and her child. Another person was killed in a separate attack in the Bureij refugee camp.
  • A 14-year-old Palestinian boy was shot and killed by Israeli forces in Sa'ir, northeast of Hebron.
  • Israeli and Egyptian soldiers clashed near Rafah, resulting in the death of one Egyptian.
  • Three Palestinian police officers were killed by an Israeli air raid in Nuseirat refugee camp.
  • One person was killed and ten others were injured by an Israeli drone strike on a motorcycle outside a hospital in Bint Jbeil in southern Lebanon.

28 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 46 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,096.
  • An Israeli tank shelling of the Al-Mawasi tent camp, resulting in 21 deaths, was denounced by the Gaza health authorities and denied by Israel.
  • Israeli airstrikes in western Rafah killed seven people.
  • The Al-Quds Brigades claimed to have shot down an Israeli quadcopter in the Jabalia Camp.
  • Six people were killed near the Kamal Adwan Hospital after Israeli forces continued their attacks on the area.
  • Three Israeli soldiers of the Nahal Brigade were killed and three others were injured by an explosion in a booby-trapped building in Rafah, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 291.

29 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 75 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,171.
  • One person was killed after Israeli forces attacked the western part of Deir el-Balah.
  • Hamas operatives opened fire at the Israeli settlement of Bat Hefer from the Tulkarm Governorate in the West Bank, causing damage.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Paratroopers Brigade was killed fighting Hamas in northern Gaza, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 292.
  • The IDF said it gained operational control of the Philadelphi Corridor.
  • Six Hezbollah fighters were killed in an Israeli airstrike in the Al-Forqols area in Homs Governorate, Syria.

30 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 53 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,224.
  • Two Israeli soldiers of the Kfir Brigade died of their injuries after they were run over in a car-ramming attack outside Nablus the evening prior.
  • Nine people were killed after Israeli forces bombed a family home in Beit Hanoun.
  • Seven people were killed after an Israeli drone attack hit a populated area where displaced people take shelter in Northern Gaza. One person was killed after an Israeli drone strike in the Al-Shati refugee camp.
  • Israeli snipers killed three Palestinian civilians in the Tal al-Hawa neighbourhood of Gaza City.
  • The government of Slovenia announced its intention to recognize the State of Palestine.
  • Israeli air defense mistakenly took down an IDF drone in the settlement of Shlomi.
  • Two Israeli soldiers were killed by Hamas whilst fighting in Gaza, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza strip to 294.
  • A vegetable market was set alight after Israeli forces raided Ramallah.

31 May

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 60 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,284.
  • Four people were killed in the Bureij camp after an Israeli airstrike hit a house belonging to the al-Hur family. Five people were killed after Israeli forces bombed a house belonging to the al-Sous family in the same camp.
  • Three people were injured after an Israeli airstrike hit a residential building in the Tuffah neighbourhood of Gaza City.
  • At least 14 people were killed and 42 injured after US and UK airstrikes hit the Houthi-controlled Al Hudaydah Governorate in Yemen. In response the Houthis launched a missile attack on the USS Dwight D. Eisenhower.
  • Three people were killed after an Israeli airstrike targeted a car in the Nuseirat camp.
  • An Israeli airstrike on an ambulance killed a medic and wounded another in Naqoura, southern Lebanon.
  • Two people were killed by an Israeli attack near a university in the Tal al-Hawa neighborhood of Gaza City.
  • The IDF announced its withdrawal from Jabalia after weeks of intense fighting. Palestinian officials said that 70% of the refugee camp was destroyed. The IDF said that it had destroyed Palestinian rocket launchers and over 10 kilometers of underground tunnels, and recovered the bodies of seven Israeli hostages.
  • U.S. president Joe Biden announced an Israeli ceasefire proposal.
  • UNRWA stated it had received reports of the IDF setting displaced peoples' tents on fire.

June 2024

1 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 95 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,379.
  • A 13-year-old Palestinian child died from malnutrition and dehydration at the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir el-Balah, making them the 37th person that died from malnutrition since the start of the war.
  • Three Palestinians were killed by Israeli artillery in the Rimal neighborhood of Gaza City.
  • Three Palestinian men were shot by Israeli forces during a raid in the Balata refugee camp, east of Nablus. A young Palestinian man was seriously injured after being shot by Israeli forces in the Marhaba neighborhood of Al-Bireh.

2 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 60 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,439.
  • Israeli forces demolished a Palestinian house in the Al-Walaja neighborhood, northwest of Bethlehem.
  • Two shepherds were killed by an Israeli airstrike on a house in the village of Hula, Lebanon.
  • Seven Palestinians were killed by an Israeli attack on a civilian car in the Az-Zawayda area of Deir al-Balah.
  • The Maldives banned Israeli passport holders in response to Israel's war on Gaza.
  • The Al Qassam Brigades claimed an attack on an Israeli D9 military bulldozer in the Yibna refugee camp in Rafah.
  • An Israeli airstrike hit a house in Bureij camp, killing two people. Israeli forces attacked a residence in Nuseirat, killing four people.
  • Israeli forces attacked the Indonesia Hospital, destroying the Noura al-Kaabi specialised centre for dialysis patients.
  • Two people were killed after an Israeli airstrike in the Abu Halawa area of eastern Rafah.

3 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 40 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,479.
  • Seventeen pro-Syrian government fighters were killed after Israeli airstrikes targeted a factory near Aleppo, Syria.
  • Israeli forces attacked an apartment building in the Sabra neighbourhood of Gaza City, killing four people.
  • A Wafa journalist was detained by the Israeli forces in the Israeli-settlement of Ariel.
  • The body of a woman killed by the IDF was recovered in the Abu al-Ajeen area, east of Deir el-Balah.
  • The body of an Israeli medic who was presumed to have been taken hostage on 7 October was found in Nir Oz.
  • Three Palestinian men were shot dead by Israeli forces during a raid in Nablus.
  • The IDF announced the death of four hostages in Gaza.
  • Three people were killed after an Israeli missile hit a house of the Ghanem family in northern Bureij.

4 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 71 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,550.
  • Two Palestinian men were shot dead at an Israeli checkpoint near Tulkarm. The IDF said the men were planning an attack on Israeli settlements.
  • Three people were killed by Israeli shelling in the Bureij refugee camp. Israeli forces later launched an offensive in the camp, with at least 15 people killed and dozens wounded according to the Gaza Health Ministry.
  • Two people were killed in the Zeitoun neighborhood of Gaza City.
  • Three people were killed after Israeli forces bombed a house in the Daraj neighbourhood of Gaza City.
  • The Al-Quds Brigades claimed to attack Israeli armoured vehicles near Tal Zourob in western Rafah.
  • The al Qassem Brigades claimed to have injured Israeli soldiers in Gaza City by luring them into a boobytrapped building and later destroyed it using a Thermobaric rocket, they also claimed to hit an Israeli Merkava after reinforcements came in southern al-Sabra neighbourhood.
  • Israeli forces bombed a vehicle near a shelter for displaced Palestinians in northern Deir el-Balah, killing eight people including children. Israeli forces bombed a house in the city, killing five people.
  • Slovenia officially recognized the State of Palestine.
  • Switzerland's National Council voted against recognising the State of Palestine. However, foreign minister Ignazio Cassis stated that Switzerland was in favor of the two-state solution.

5 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 36 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,586.
  • At least ten people were injured by a drone attack in Hurfeish in northern Israel.
  • Four people were killed after the IAF targeted a gathering in the Remal neighborhood of Gaza City.
  • Israeli settlers from the illegal Yakir and Novim settlements bulldozed Palestinian lands in the Wadi Qana area, northwest of Salfit.
  • The IDF said that it took operational control of the Bureij refugee camp and Deir al-Balah.

6 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 68 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,654.
  • The IDF struck a UN school in Nuseirat, killing at least 40 people. It claimed that it struck a Hamas compound in the school, and that militants who took part in the 7 October attacks were among the casualties.
  • Three Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli forces during a raid in Jenin.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Alon Brigade's Battalion 5030 was killed and 10 were injured in a Hezbollah drone attack in Hurfeish, bringing the IDF death toll in the conflict with Hezbollah to 21.
  • An Israeli soldier of the Gaza Division and three Hamas members were killed when the militants attempted to infiltrate into Israel from Rafah, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 295.
  • The US sanctioned the Lions’ Den, accusing the West Bank-based group of "threatening peace and stability".

7 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 77 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,731.
  • Two Palestinians were killed by Israeli forces in western Rafah.
  • Several Palestinian fishermen were injured after Israeli forces opened fire on a port in Rafah.
  • Two bodies were recovered after Israeli forces bombed a house in the vicinity of the as-Salam Mosque in the Sabra neighbourhood of Gaza City.
  • One Palestinian was killed after Israeli forces bombed Az-Zawayda.
  • A Palestinian was injured after an attack by a group of illegal settlers in the Ras Ein al-Auja area, north of Jericho. Illegal Israeli settlers also set Palestinian farmlands on fire in the village of Burqa, east of Ramallah.
  • The Houthis claimed to have attacked two ships with missiles and drones, the Elbella and the AAL GENOA.
  • Three Palestinians were injured in Qusra after illegal Israeli settlers set a property on fire.

8 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 70 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 36,801.
  • A Palestinian man was shot dead and two others were injured by Israeli forces during a raid in Anabta.
  • The UN added Israel to the list of "countries that have committed abuses against children in armed conflict" after it had verified 5,698 "grave violations" against children by the Israeli forces in 2023. Hamas and PIJ were also included.
  • The IDF announced the rescue of four hostages taken during the Re'im music festival massacre on 7 October in central Gaza. According to the Gaza Health Ministry, at least 276 Palestinians were killed and over 698+ injured by Israeli forces during the operation. However, according to the IDF, less than 100 Palestinians were killed.
  • An officer of the Israeli Yamam unit was killed during a hostage rescue mission in central Gaza, bringing the Israeli death toll in the Gaza Strip to 296.
  • Two people were killed after an Israeli airstrike destroyed a petrol station on the outskirts of Aitaroun, southern Lebanon.
  • Anti-war and anti-government protests were reported in Tel Aviv and Haifa, 33 protestors were arrested.

9 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 283 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,084.
  • Three people were killed after Israeli forces bombed a residential building in Bureij.
  • Israeli forces bombed an apartment building in the Daraj neighbourhood of Gaza City, killing three people including a child.
  • Two cargo ships were caught on fire on the Red Sea after it was attacked by Houthi missiles.
  • Israeli minister and opposition leader Benny Gantz announced his resignation from the Israeli war cabinet.

10 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 40 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,124.
  • Six antitank missiles were launched from northern Lebanon to the Upper Galilee region, causing fires and damaging one house in Manara.
  • The Houthis attacked the Tavvishi, a Liberian-flagged and Swiss-owned container ship in the Gulf of Aden, and another ship in the area.
  • Two Palestinian males, including a 15 year-old boy, were shot dead by Israeli forces during a raid in Far'a, West Bank.
  • Four Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli forces during a raid in Kafr Ni'ma, West Bank.
  • The UN Security Council approved a ceasefire proposal backed by the US.
  • Israel said that four solders were killed in the Shaboura neighborhood of Rafah after explosives were set off in a building.
  • Four soldiers of the Israeli Givati Brigade were killed and seven others were injured after a booby-trapped building collapsed on them, bringing the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 300.

11 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 40 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,164.
  • Palestine's first Olympic athlete, runner Majed Abu Maraheel, died at the Nuseirat refugee camp due to kidney failure related to an inability to receive medical care due to Israeli occupation.
  • Three Hezbollah fighters were killed in an Israeli airstrike on a tanker convoy in a village in Lebanon’s northern Hermel District.
  • Hamas and PIJ agreed to the ceasefire resolution set by the UN Security Council.
  • The Al-Quds Brigades launched rockets targeting IDF sites in Kissufim.
  • The Islamic Resistance in Iraq claimed three drone attacks targeting Israel.
  • One person was killed and another one injured after Israeli forces bombed a house in the Sheikh Radwan neighbourhood of Gaza city.
  • Eight people, mostly children, were killed after Israeli forces attacked an apartment building belonging to the Ashour family in the Daraj neighborhood of Gaza City.
  • A Palestinian man was shot during an Israeli raid in the Balata Camp.
  • Six Palestinians were shot dead by Israeli forces during a raid in the village of Kafr Dan, West Bank. One Palestinian man was injured by Israeli forces in the Annab military checkpoint, east of Tulkarm.
  • Israeli forces bombed a house belonging to the al-Talbani family in Az-Zawayda, killing two children and their father.

12 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 38 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,202.
  • A child was killed after Israeli forces bombed a house in Rafah.
  • Four Hezbollah members, including senior commander Taleb Abdullah, were killed by an Israeli airstrike on a house in the town of Jwaya, southern Lebanon.
  • Hezbollah launches 150 "projectiles" from Lebanon at Israel, several of them were intercepted but some did hit which caused fires.
  • An 8-year-old Palestinian girl died from starvation in the Gaza Strip.
  • Israeli forces raided the Burj al-Louh area, west of the Nuseirat camp, injuring several Palestinians.
  • Israeli forces attacked a group of women in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem.
  • A fight broke out in the Old City and an Israeli soldier in plain clothes fired at a suspect. Four civilians were injured. MDA evacuated the 2 most injured civilians to a hospital ICU.
  • The Houthis claimed an attack on the Tutor in the Red Sea, adding that the ship was "in danger of sinking". The Houthis also carried out a joint military operation with the Islamic Resistance in Iraq on Israeli sites in Haifa and Ashdod.
  • Four people were killed after Israeli forces bombed the central Gazan town of al-Mughraqa.
  • A Palestinian man was allegedly killed execution-style by Israeli soldiers near the coastline of northern Gaza.
  • One person was killed by an Israeli airstrike in Beit Hanoun.
  • Six people were killed after Israeli forces bombed a house in the Zeitoun neighborhood of Gaza City.
  • The UN accused both Israel and Hamas of committing crimes against humanity and war crimes in two parallel reports on the matter.

13 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 30 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,232.
  • The Houthis claimed responsibility for targeting a Greek cargo ship in the Red Sea.
  • United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken accused Hamas of stalling the U.N-backed cease fire deal.
  • Hezbollah claimed responsibility for attacking nine IDF bases with rockets and drones carrying explosives.
  • Israeli forces shot and killed a 21 year-old man during a raid in Qabatiya, West Bank. Two other Palestinian gunmen were killed after exchanging fire with Israeli forces. During the skirmish, the house containing the gunmen was demolished by an Israeli bulldozer.

14 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 34 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,266.
  • A woman was killed and seven others were injured by an Israeli airstrike on a house in Jennata, Lebanon.
  • The US imposed sanctions on the Israeli activist group Tsav 9 for blocking and damaging humanitarian aid convoys heading for Gaza.
  • The al-Qassam Brigades said that an Israeli airstrike in Rafah killed two hostages.

15 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 30 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,296.
  • At least 28 Palestinians were killed after the IAF attacked three houses in Gaza City.
  • Israeli forces shot and killed two fishermen in Gaza.
  • An Israeli drone strike hit a motorcycle between the southern Lebanese towns of Bint Jbeil and Aitaroun, killing an unknown amount of people.
  • A 14-year-old Palestinian boy died from starvation in Gaza, making him the 28th child that died from malnutrition since October 7.
  • Israeli forces shot two Palestinians during a raid in the Jalazone refugee camp.
  • The Al-Qassam Brigades attacked an Israeli Namer combat engineering vehicle in Rafah with RPGs and ambushed them, killing eight Israeli soldiers.
  • Two Israeli soldiers of the 8th Armoured Brigade were killed after an IED exploded on their tank in the northern Gaza Strip, bringing the total number of Israeli soldiers killed on 15 June to ten and the IDF death toll in the Gaza Strip to 311.

16 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 41 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,337.
  • The IDF announced that it would start daily "tactical pauses" in parts of Rafah from 08:00 to 19:00 local time to allow humanitarian aid to cross.
  • The IDF announced the death of a soldier while fighting in southern Gaza.
  • The Houthis attacked two ships in the Red Sea, the Captain Paris and the Happy Condor along with a US destroyer using drones and ballistic missiles.
  • Illegal settlers set Palestinian lands of fire and attacked vehicles in the village of Burqa, east of Ramallah.
  • Nine Palestinians, including five children were killed after Israeli forces bombed a house in Bureij.
  • Israeli police detained seven-year-old boy in Mughayyer, east of Ramallah.
  • The al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigades attacked a military site in Sufa in southern Israel using rockets.

17 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 10 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,347.
  • Israeli forces bombed a house in the Zarqa neighbourhood of Gaza City, killing two people and injuring 13 more. Three people, including a woman, were killed after Israeli forces raided a house in the Sheikh Radwan neighborhood.
  • Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu dissolved the Israeli war cabinet.
  • One person was killed and another was injured after Israeli forces attacked the Khirbet al-Adas area in northern Rafah.
  • One person was killed after Israeli forces targeted a car with drones in Chehabiyeh, southern Lebanon.

18 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 25 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,372.
  • 17 people were killed after the IAF attacked the Nuseirat camp.
  • Two Palestinians were killed after Israeli forces bombed al-Rashid Street in Central Gaza.
  • Hezbollah claimed to have targeted an IDF factory in Sasa with Falaq missiles.
  • A Palestinian man was shot and killed by Israeli forces in southern Bethlehem.
  • Several people were injured after Israeli settlers threw stones at a vehicle while traveling on the al-Marajat road, northwest of Jericho.
  • The MV Tutor, a Greek-owned bulk carrier ship sank in the Red Sea due to damage caused by a Houthi missile on 12 June. This marks the 2nd commercial ship to be sunk by the Houthis since 7 October 2023.

19 June

  • The Gaza Health Ministry reported that at least 24 Palestinians were killed in Israeli attacks in the past 24 hours, bringing the Palestinian death toll to 37,396.
  • Three people were killed by an Israeli airstrike in the village of Yaroun, Lebanon.
  • Israeli officials approved operational plans for a military offensive in Lebanon, stating that the IDF is ready for an "all out war".
  • One Palestinian was killed by an Israeli airstrike in the Oreiba area of northern Rafah.
  • Israeli forces bombed tents at the "humanitarian zone" part of al-Mawasi, killing seven people and causing a fire.

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