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Death Toll from Israeli Aggression on Gaza Reaches 32,226RAHI PRAYS ON PALM SUNDAY FOR THE CHILDREN OF GAZA, RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN WAR, MASSACRE IN MOSCOW: WHAT A DISGRACE BY THIS GENERATION OF COUNTRY RULERS

Death Toll from Israeli Aggression on Gaza Reaches 32,226RAHI PRAYS ON PALM SUNDAY FOR THE CHILDREN OF GAZA, RUSSIAN-UKRAINIAN WAR, MASSACRE IN MOSCOW: WHAT A DISGRACE BY THIS GENERATION OF COUNTRY RULERS

The death toll from the ongoing Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip since October 7 has risen to 32,226 martyrs, the majority of whom are children and women, along with 74,518 wounded, Palestinian medical sources announced.

The occupation forces committed 8 massacres during the past 24 hours against families in the Gaza Strip, resulting in 84 martyrs and 106 wounded, Palestinian news agency (WAFA) reported.

Sources pointed out that a number of victims are still under the rubble and on the roads with ambulances and civil defense crews unable to reach them due to preventions of the occupation.

The Israeli occupation continues its brutal aggression against the Gaza Strip by land, sea, and air for the 170th consecutive day, causing a human catastrophe in the Strip, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.

Source: Oman News Agency

During Palm Sunday Mass service in Bkirki this morning, Maronite Patriarch Cardinal Beshara Boutros al-Rahi raised prayers to the Lord Almighty for the sake of Gaza’s children and for peace to prevail in wake of the Russian-Ukrainian war and the recent tragic massacre in Moscow.

Internally, al-Rahi prayed to the Almighty to grant us salvation amidst the structure of sin against God in which we are living, following the spiritual, moral, social and political sins that have brought corruption to its peak in our country.

He said: ‘The season of Great Lent is a time for all of us to return to God with all our hearts in the spirit of repentance and austerity, and to return to each other in the spirit of reconciliation and cooperation, and to our brothers and sisters who need a helping hand at the physical, spiritual, and moral levels…’

‘This is the path that leads us to commit, each in his position and responsibilities, to building our national unity complemented by our cultural and religious pluralism,’ the
Patriarch asserted.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon