With the entry into force of the ceasefire agreement in the Gaza Strip between Israel and the Palestinian factions under Egyptian auspices, 11 days after the Israeli aggression.

According to official Palestinian sources in Gaza, the Israeli aggression caused heavy losses in lives, property, residential and commercial establishments, government institutions, and agricultural lands, and the following is the most prominent statistics of the aggression according to official sources:

Martyrs:

The Israeli missile attacks on the Strip, on land, air and sea, resulted in the death of 232 Palestinian civilians, including 65 children, 39 women, and 17 elderly people.

Injuries:
The Israeli army's rocket attacks have resulted in the injury of more than 1900 Palestinian civilians, of various injuries, of which 90 are classified as extremely dangerous. Among the injuries, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 560 children, 380 women and 91 elderly people.

Displaced:

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA) announced that the Israeli attacks have led to the displacement of more than 75 thousand Palestinians from their homes, of whom 28,700 have sought refuge in the Agency's schools, either because of the demolition of their homes or to flee the bombing. While the others took refuge in the homes of their relatives in other Palestinian areas.

Mosques:

The houses of worship were not spared from the aggression, as 3 mosques were completely demolished by direct targeting, and 40 mosques and one church were eloquently destroyed.

Destroyed homes and facilities:
According to government statistics, 1,447 housing units in Gaza were completely destroyed by the Israeli bombardment, along with 13,000 others partially damaged to varying degrees.

The Israeli army completely demolished 205 houses, apartments, and residential towers, and the headquarters of 33 media institutions, in addition to damaging other institutions, offices, and associations.

The government media office in Gaza said that 75 government headquarters and public facilities were subjected to Israeli bombing, which varied between service facilities and security and police headquarters.

In addition, 68 schools, health facilities, and a primary care clinic were severely and partially damaged by heavy bombardment in their vicinity, while 490 agricultural facilities including animal farms, agricultural pools, wells and irrigation networks were damaged.

Economy:

The Israeli occupation army bombed more than 300 economic, industrial and commercial facilities, completely demolished 7 factories, and damaged more than 60 tourist facilities.

Infrastructure:

The Israeli occupation army focused during the aggression on targeting streets and infrastructure, as the sewage networks and underground water supply were severely damaged, as a result of direct targeting.

Energy:

In the energy sector, 31 power transformers in Gaza were damaged by Israeli attacks, and 9 main lines were cut off.

Transportation:

Government statistics indicated that 454 cars and transportation were completely damaged, or severely damaged.

Telecommunications:

In the telecommunications sector, the networks of 16 telecommunications and internet companies were affected by the Israeli bombing.
The government media in Gaza indicated that these damages are preliminary estimates of losses, due to the failure to complete the inventory of all damaged facilities and infrastructure, and the difficulty of accessing some areas as a result of the aggression.