Those Palestinians have received fresh warnings from the Israeli army to move directly south of the Gaza Strip and infiltrate. According to United Nations estimates, the humanitarian crisis in Gaza is set to worsen as Israel prepares to intensify airstrikes to pave the way for ground offensives everywhere. As many as 5,800 people have been killed so far in the Hamas attack and retaliation against Israel.
Here are the 10 latest developments:
- It is also a special thing that the main purpose of the very important Israeli ground attack is and was to rescue the 200 hostages taken by Hamas during the October 7 attack. Israel’s military spokesman, Daniel Hagari, said that what would happen would be that the bombardment would be intensified and intensified, so that the threat to the troops would be greatly reduced when they entered the strip. AFP has given such news in it. A senior official has urged residents living in Gaza City to move south for tighter security.
- All this information has been given to us by Reuters, and the second thing is that the Palestinians there have received instructions from the Israeli army directly to the south of the Gaza Strip, i.e from here to there, in a new way. The warning there said that if they stopped, they could be identified as sympathizers of a “terrorist organization”. The message has been distributed in leaflets bearing the name and logo of the Israel Defense Forces since Saturday, and has also been sent to the public through audio messages on mobile phones.
- Hamas released two hostages on Friday, believed to be American citizens – American citizens Judith Tay Ranan and her daughter Natalie Shoshana Ranan. Was visiting Israel on holiday.
- Hamas has now claimed that it had offered to release two more hostages that it had collected on the basis of leniency, but Israel flatly refused. A Reuters report found that evidence from Abu Ubaydah, a spokesman for Hamas’ armed wing, said the organization had informed Qatar of its intention to release the two hostages.
- The Israeli government has directly called Hamas’ claims ‘propaganda’. J Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said in a statement: “We will not refer to Hamas’ false and exaggerated propaganda.
- Government-controlled airports in Damascus and Aleppo are out of service, and Syria’s transport ministry said flights were being redirected to Latakia.
- The airstrikes in Syria are seen as a warning to its ally Iran , which is providing alarming support to groups like Hamas and the dangerous Hezbollah. Hezbollah has been exchanging fire with Israel across Lebanon’s direct border, and has been warned of a larger, more sinister role in the war.
- Today, Israel carried out a horrific bomb attack on a mosque in the West Bank, which is the focus of the Palestinian Liberation Organization. A man in Jenin is the one killed by Hamas and Islamic Jihad in the attack on the Al-Ansar mosque, and Tel Aviv has made it clear that he was killed by “terrorists”. The Palestinian Health Ministry said at least two people were killed in the attack, bringing the total to 84 in the West Bank since the start of the war.
- Israel’s horrific response has left Gaza, a stronghold of Hamas, facing unprecedented devastation and will continue to do so. The narrow strip, home to about 2 million people, is under complete siege after Israel completely cut off all supplies following a Hamas attack on the site. Yesterday, Tel Aviv allowed as many as 20 trucks of humanitarian aid into Gaza, but what UNICEF described as a “drop in the ocean” given the situation in the area.
- A United Nations report, citing local officials, said that more than 40 percent of Gaza’s homes had been damaged and were still growing and destroyed. At least half, if not more, of Gaza’s population has been displaced and destroyed by airstrikes that hit the residential strip. The UN says that Israel’s blockade of its supplies has hit sanitation facilities hard, with cases of diseases such as smallpox, scabies and diarrhea being reported. The United Nations has called for an immediate and permanent end to the violence there. In a statement, the five UN chiefs said that “before the most recent hostilities, Gaza alone was and remains a very desperate humanitarian situation. It is now very, very catastrophic. The world needs to do more now.”