On March 27, the Gaza Ministry of Health, which is affiliated with Hamas, reported that since the conflict began on October 7, a total of 32,490 people have been killed and 74,889 injured in varying degrees in the Gaza Strip.

According to the Hamas Ministry of Health, 76 people were killed and 102 were injured during the recent 24-hour period of fighting in Gaza.

The IDF, however, stated that during this timeframe, numerous airstrikes targeted Gaza, along with sniper operations, resulting in the deaths of several militants from terrorist groups.

It's important to note that information from the Gaza Ministry of Health cannot be independently verified. The World Health Organization (WHO) has consistently emphasized its inability to confirm or deny the accuracy of casualty data provided by the Gaza Ministry of Health.

However, in January, the Lancet published an analysis suggesting that the Gaza Ministry of Health's data may be relatively accurate.

Based on IDF reports, it's apparent that numerous militants from terrorist groups are being eliminated daily in Gaza.

According to the IDF, over 13,000 militants and their commanders have been killed in Gaza since the conflict began. Hamas itself acknowledges the deaths of approximately 6,000 of its fighters.

In the reports issued by the Gaza Ministry of Health, there is no distinction made between civilian casualties and militant casualties, and it's claimed that all casualties are a result of IDF actions.

However, it's evident that many casualties occur due to actions by militants from terrorist organizations or other reasons unrelated to the Israeli army's operations in Gaza.