The Gaza Ministry of Health, which is controlled by Hamas, reported on March 28 that since the conflict began on October 7, a total of 32,552 people have been killed and 74,980 have been injured in varying degrees of severity in the Gaza Strip.

According to the Hamas Ministry of Health, 62 people were killed and 91 were injured during the recent fighting in Gaza over the past 24 hours. The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) stated that in the same period, they conducted numerous airstrikes targeting Gaza, as well as engaged in ground operations, resulting in the deaths of dozens of militants from various terrorist groups.

It's important to note that information provided by the Gaza Ministry of Health cannot be independently verified.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has repeatedly stated that it cannot confirm or deny the accuracy of the casualty figures provided by the Gaza Ministry of Health. However, in January, The Lancet published an analysis suggesting that the data from the Gaza Ministry of Health may be close to accurate.

According to IDF reports, there have been consistent operations targeting militants from terrorist groups in Gaza, resulting in the deaths of numerous militants and their leaders.

The IDF claims that over 13,000 militants and commanders have been killed since the start of the conflict, with Hamas acknowledging the deaths of approximately 6,000 of its fighters.

Reports from the Gaza Ministry of Health do not distinguish between civilian casualties and militants. They attribute all casualties to actions by the IDF, although it's evident that many casualties occur due to actions by militants of terrorist organizations or for reasons unrelated to IDF operations in Gaza.