Gaza, March 11: The Palestinian death toll in the Gaza Strip from the ongoing Israeli attacks exceeded 31,000, the Hamas-run Health Ministry said in a press statement. During the past 24 hours, the Israeli army killed 85 Palestinians and wounded 130 others in various areas in the coastal enclave, bringing the total death toll to 31,045 and injuries to 72,654, according to the statement released on Sunday. The statement noted that some victims remain under the rubble amid heavy bombardment and a lack of civil defence and ambulance crews, Xinhua news agency reported. Israel has been launching a large-scale offensive against Hamas in the Gaza Strip to retaliate against the group’s rampage through the southern Israeli border on October 7, 2023, during which about 1,200 people were killed and more than 240 were taken hostage.
Gaza, March 11: The Palestinian death toll in the Gaza Strip from the ongoing Israeli attacks exceeded 31,000, the Hamas-run Health Ministry said in a press statement.During the past 24 hours, the Israeli army killed 85 Palestinians and wounded 130 others in various areas in the coastal enclave, bringing the total death toll to 31,045 and injuries to 72,654, according to the statement released on Sunday.The statement noted that some victims remain under the rubble amid heavy bombardment and a lack of civil defence and ambulance crews, Xinhua news agency reported.Israel has been launching a large-scale offensive against Hamas in the Gaza Strip to retaliate against the group’s rampage through the southern Israeli border on October 7, 2023, during which about 1,200 people were killed and more than 240 were taken hostage.
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Oct. 8th, New Delhi The Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv has issued urgent advice to secure the safety and well-being of Indian nationals living in Israel and Palestine in light of the escalating Israel-Hamas conflict. India has acted proactively to protect its people as regional tensions continue to grow.

Currently, over 18,000 Indian people live in Israel. They work in a variety of fields, including caregiving, diamond trading, IT, and education. Normality has been interrupted by the growing crisis, which has led to the cancellation of the majority of commercial flights to and from Tel Aviv Airport.

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Key Ideas for the Advisory

Indian people in Israel are admonished to maintain strict security measures that have been advised by local authorities. The warning urges people to avoid excessive travel and to remain near emergency shelters.

Emergency Contact: Indian residents may write an email to cons1,teaviv@mea.gov.in or call the Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv at +97235226748 in case of an emergency.

pamphlet on preparedness: The Indian Embassy advises all Indians living in Israel to read the “preparedness brochure” that the Israeli Home Front Command has issued. This pamphlet provides crucial advice on how to react to crises in the area.


The Indian government has launched a 24-hour emergency hotline for Palestinian residents to provide aid and support at this turbulent time. The helpline’s contact information is as follows: WhatsApp: +97059291641, Jawwal: 0592 916418.

This hotline is a lifeline for people in need of emergency aid since the increasing war has made Indian residents in Palestine more vulnerable.

India continues to be dedicated to guaranteeing the safety and wellbeing of its nationals when they are overseas, even as the globe constantly follows the changing situation in the area. The Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv’s warning highlights the gravity of the situation and tries to provide Indian citizens living in Israel and Palestine with crucial direction.

Oct. 8th, New Delhi The Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv has issued urgent advice to secure the safety and well-being of Indian nationals living in Israel and Palestine in light of the escalating Israel-Hamas conflict. India has acted proactively to protect its people as regional tensions continue to grow.

Currently, over 18,000 Indian people live in Israel. They work in a variety of fields, including caregiving, diamond trading, IT, and education. Normality has been interrupted by the growing crisis, which has led to the cancellation of the majority of commercial flights to and from Tel Aviv Airport.

Key Ideas for the Advisory

Indian people in Israel are admonished to maintain strict security measures that have been advised by local authorities. The warning urges people to avoid excessive travel and to remain near emergency shelters.

Emergency Contact: Indian residents may write an email to cons1,teaviv@mea.gov.in or call the Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv at +97235226748 in case of an emergency.

pamphlet on preparedness: The Indian Embassy advises all Indians living in Israel to read the “preparedness brochure” that the Israeli Home Front Command has issued. This pamphlet provides crucial advice on how to react to crises in the area.


The Indian government has launched a 24-hour emergency hotline for Palestinian residents to provide aid and support at this turbulent time. The helpline’s contact information is as follows: WhatsApp: +97059291641, Jawwal: 0592 916418.

This hotline is a lifeline for people in need of emergency aid since the increasing war has made Indian residents in Palestine more vulnerable.

India continues to be dedicated to guaranteeing the safety and wellbeing of its nationals when they are overseas, even as the globe constantly follows the changing situation in the area. The Indian Embassy in Tel Aviv’s warning highlights the gravity of the situation and tries to provide Indian citizens living in Israel and Palestine with crucial direction.

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