The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas has given rise to a dire humanitarian situation in Gaza. Food and water shortages have reached critical levels, with many residents surviving on meager rations, often limited to just two slices of Arabic bread per day. Thomas White, Gaza director of the United Nations Agency for Palestinian Refugees, reports that the predominant cry in the streets is for water. The region’s population faces severe challenges in their daily struggle for sustenance.
- Ongoing Israel-Hamas conflict leads to a severe food and water crisis in Gaza.
- Many Gazans are subsisting on just two slices of Arabic bread per day.
- UN Agency for Palestinian Refugees voices concern over the deteriorating humanitarian situation in the region.