The Gaza Strip Health Ministry, controlled by the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas, reports 43 Palestinians dead and 64 wounded due to IDF attacks in the past 24 hours. According to the ministry, since the beginning of the conflict in the Gaza Strip, 34,305 people have been killed and 77,293 injured.

The accuracy of information from the Gaza Ministry of Health cannot be verified. The Hamas Ministry of Health does not specify how many of the casualties were militants from terrorist groups.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has repeatedly stated its inability to confirm or deny the accuracy of the data on casualties provided by the Gaza Ministry of Health. However, in January, the Lancet published an analysis that indirectly suggests the Gaza Ministry of Health's data may be close to reality.

According to IDF reports, dozens of militants from terrorist groups are eliminated daily in Gaza. The IDF claims approximately 14,000 militants and their commanders have been killed in Gaza since the conflict began. Hamas has acknowledged the deaths of approximately 6,000 of its fighters.

The Gaza Ministry of Health reports do not distinguish between civilian and militant casualties and assert that all casualties result from IDF actions, though it's evident many die due to actions by militants of terrorist organizations or other reasons not directly related to Israeli military operations in Gaza.