The Israeli army on Tuesday intensified its operations against militants of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas, where witnesses in the southern Gaza Strip reported violent fighting, raising fears.Another hellish scene“To the general public, the UN
He is a “Impossible“Citizens in the Gaza Strip need to implement the safe zones designated by Israel to escape the fighting,” James Elder, a spokesman for the United Nations Development Fund, said on Tuesday. .These zones cannot be safe or humanitarian when declared unilaterally“,”They are No science, no rationality, no possibility“.
About two civilians were killed for every Hamas fighter killed in the Gaza Strip, senior Israeli military officials said on Monday on condition of anonymity. Asked about reports that 5,000 Hamas fighters had been killed, a senior official said: “The figures are more or less accurate“.
The Hamas health ministry said on Monday that 15,899 people, 70% of them women and children and adolescents, have been killed since Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip began on October 7.
Since fighting resumed on December 1 after a seven-day ceasefire, the army has intensified shelling in the south of the region, causing many deaths and injuries among residents of the region and civilians who have sought refuge there. An increasingly restricted scope.
Overnight from Monday to Tuesday, witnesses told AFP that there were violent clashes near Khan Younes, the new center of tensions, and airstrikes towards Rafah on the southern tip of the territory. The Palestinian Wafa agency also reported:Many“Also died in a strike in northern Gaza City. And early Tuesday morning, Hamas’ armed wing announced that it had fired rockets at Beersheva, a large city in the Negev desert.
The Israeli Armed Forces also announced this Tuesday morning telegram Their forces carried out operations against Hamas in Jabalya on Monday.
Palestinian telecommunications company Baltel indicated that telecommunications services have been partially restored following the cutting of key fiber networks in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday.
The conflict in the Middle East also reverberated in Belgium. According to D Morgan, last year, the Israeli shipping company ZIM transported 246 tons of explosives and 20 tons of detonators through the port of Antwerp. Despite the Flemish restrictions, it was a transit to Israel.
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