The Israeli army is bombing Hamas positions in Gaza.
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- Qatar talks with Hamas and Israel
The war between Israel and the Palestinian organization Hamas (Israel-Hamas War) has started again after 6 days of ceasefire. On Friday, the Israeli Defense Force (IDF) bombed the Gaza Strip, targeting 200 Hamas targets during this period. According to the Health Ministry of the Hamas-held Gaza Strip, "109 people have been killed in attacks by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) since the end of the ceasefire. Hundreds of people have also been injured in the attacks."
Israel and Hamas have been at war since October 7. On November 24, a 4-day ceasefire agreement was signed between the two. Again was extended for 2 more days. The ceasefire ended at 7 am on Wednesday. Since then, Israel has intensified attacks. So far 14 thousand 800 people have died in Gaza in this war. These include 6,1400 children. At the same time, <> people had died in Israel so far.
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Meanwhile, the Israeli army has also ordered the people of Gaza to evacuate the Khan Younis area. For this, pamphlets written in Arabic language have been dropped. At the beginning of the war, Israel had asked to evacuate northern Gaza. Gazans were forced to leave their homes and shift to southern Gaza. Later, Israel also bombed southern Gaza.
According to the news agency AFP, Israel alleged that Hamas tried to break the ceasefire by firing rockets before the deadline ended on Wednesday.
Both the UN chief and the White House called for the restoration of the ceasefire, with UN agencies warning of a dire humanitarian situation in the Israeli-Hamas war. Because bombs fell on Gaza as soon as the ceasefire ended. Hospitals struggled to treat the injured again after a week of relief. Most hospitals in Gaza are struggling with shortages of fuel and medical supplies.
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"We will continue to work with Israel, Egypt and Qatar on efforts to extend the humanitarian ceasefire in Gaza," a White House National Security Council spokesman said. I still hope that it will be possible to resume the ceasefire that took place," he said.
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ceasefire. In return, Israel released Palestinian prisoners lodged in jails there. With explosions and a black plume of smoke rising over northern Gaza, Israel's military said its warplanes were attacking Hamas positions in the Palestinian territory. Missiles fired by Israel were also seen in the Gaza area.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that Hamas did not want to leave more hostages. Because of this, the ceasefire could not be extended further. We also don't want to leave Hamas. Hamas also did not release all the women and began firing rockets at Israel. Us Secretary of State Antony Blinken left Israel after the ceasefire ended.
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As many as 1132,24 trucks arrived
in Gaza with help amid the ceasefire that began on November 1132. This information was given by the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS). According to the PRCS, 220 trucks entered Gaza every day during the ceasefire. Before the war, 500 trucks used to reach here with help.
Eight more Israeli hostages were released
on Thursday. Some of these people had dual citizenship. Shortly after the hostages arrived in Israel, the country's prison service said 8 Palestinian prisoners had been released. These include 30 minors and 23 women.
The Israeli military released a map of evacuation zones in the Gaza Strip. The Israeli military said the map would help residents evacuate them from specific locations if needed.
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