After the next 24 hours Israeli army (israel army) is preparing to do the biggest operation ever on Gaza. Israel is now planning to launch a ground offensive against Hamas militants to free the hostages, for which it has issued orders to evacuate 1.1 million Palestinians from the northern Gaza Strip within the next 24 hours. Israel was the first to notify the United Nations and shared the warning on Friday.
“Today, team leaders from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Gaza and the Department of Safety and Security were informed that the entire population north of Wadi Gaza has been evacuated by the Israeli military to southern Gaza,” UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said. should be shifted within the next 24 hours.
Half of Gaza’s population is in northern Gaza
The United Nations estimates that the directive will result in the need to evacuate approximately 1.1 million civilians (about half of Gaza’s entire population). At the same time, the Israeli army issued a statement to thousands of civilians living in the city gaza strip ordered to move south and said that Hamas terrorists were hiding in tunnels under the city.
“The United Nations considers such a movement impossible without catastrophic humanitarian consequences,” Dujarric said, adding that the warning to evacuate at such short notice came as Israel launched a 6,000-bomb attack on Gaza in retaliation for a Hamas attack. .
Israel has cut off supplies of food, water, fuel and electricity to Gaza’s 2.3 million people, and Israeli Energy Minister Israel Katz said the siege would not be eased without the freedom of those held hostage by Hamas.
Tension also increased on the border of Lebanon
Sidelined by an attack by the Lebanon-based armed group Hezbollah on an Israeli military post on the Blue Line (the border between Lebanon and Israel). Hamas And a new era of large-scale conflict between Israel has begun. The Israeli army said that a military post near the Israeli city of Arab al-Aramshe was fired upon. Hezbollah, one of the Middle East’s most powerful militias, said it was initially responsible for firing precision missiles at Israel in response to the killing of some of its fighters.
Israel has sent troops to the border
Israel has deployed security forces in cities near the border to strengthen its northern sector. The area within five kilometers of the Blue Line is sparsely populated and most commercial facilities are closed. A large number of military vehicles from the Lebanese Army and the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (also known as UNIFIL) patrol the demarcation line. In 2000, UN representatives drew a 121-kilometer-long Blue Line as the border between Lebanon and Israel, dividing the disputed village of Gazar in two on the border of the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.