The Gaza Ministry of Health, under Hamas control, reported on March 19 that since the conflict began on October 7 in the Gaza Strip, 31,819 individuals have been killed, with 73,934 sustaining injuries of varying severity.

According to the Hamas Ministry of Health, in the past 24 hours alone, 93 fatalities were recorded, with 142 individuals sustaining injuries during the ongoing conflict in Gaza.

However, this information remains unverifiable.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has consistently underscored its inability to corroborate or refute the accuracy of casualty figures provided by the Gaza Ministry of Health.

Nonetheless, a January analysis published in The Lancet suggests that the data from the Gaza Ministry of Health may closely approximate reality.

In contrast, IDF reports indicate a daily elimination of numerous militants belonging to terrorist groups in Gaza. According to the IDF, since the onset of the conflict, at least 13,000 militants and their commanders have been killed in Gaza, with Hamas acknowledging the deaths of approximately 6,000 of its fighters.

Notably, Gaza's Ministry of Health reports do not distinguish between civilian and militant casualties.

Furthermore, they attribute all casualties solely to IDF actions, despite evidence suggesting that many perish due to the actions of terrorist organizations' militants or other unrelated causes during the Israeli army's operations in Gaza.