In Israeli airstrikes on Gaza, approximately 83 mosques have been reported as completely destroyed, according to local authorities. Official statistics reveal that around 170 mosques have suffered partial damage in the attacks.
The Palestinian community in Gaza contends that Israel is intentionally singling out mosques as part of its military strategy, following previous attacks on hospitals.
The escalating conflict has raised concerns among Palestinians, who fear that places of worship are becoming the next focal point for Israeli strikes.
While Israeli forces argue that their actions are in response to security threats, Palestinians claim that these attacks lack concrete evidence of such threats.
Accusations of indiscriminate targeting without sufficient proof have added to the already heightened tensions in the region.
The destruction of religious sites further complicates efforts to find common ground and underscores the urgent need for a peaceful resolution to the ongoing conflict in the region.