Israel asked 11 lakh people to leave Gaza, this is how the story of the end of Hamas is being created - Newztezz Online


Friday, October 13, 2023

Israel asked 11 lakh people to leave Gaza, this is how the story of the end of Hamas is being created

Israel has now made a complete plan for the ground attack in Gaza. 11 lakh population of northern Gaza has been ordered to shift to the south. Israeli army is also patrolling the Lebanon border. United Nation said that it is impossible to shift such a large population in 24 hours.

After the next 24 hours, the Israeli army is preparing to conduct the biggest operation till date on Gaza. Israel is now going to launch a ground attack against Hamas terrorists to free the hostages, for which it has issued instructions to evacuate 1.1 million Palestinians from the northern Gaza Strip within the next 24 hours. The United Nations was first informed about this by Israel and it shared this warning on Friday. That was before the Israeli military sent out a public evacuation order, which the international organization called “impossible.”

"Today, team leaders from the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs in Gaza and the Department of Safety and Security were informed by the Israeli military that the entire population north of Wadi Gaza will be evacuated to southern Gaza within the next 24 hours," UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said. Should be shifted inside.

Half of Gaza's population living in northern Gaza

The United Nations estimates that approximately 1.1 million civilians (about half of Gaza's entire population) will need to evacuate as a result of the directive. Around the same time, the Israeli military issued a statement ordering thousands of civilians living in the city to move south to the Gaza Strip and saying that Hamas militants were hiding in tunnels beneath the city.

“The United Nations considers such a movement impossible without catastrophic humanitarian consequences,” Dujarric said. The short notice evacuation warning came as Israel bombed Gaza with 6,000 bombs in retaliation for the Hamas attack.

Israel has cut off supplies of food, water, fuel and electricity to Gaza's 2.3 million people, and Israel's Energy Minister Israel Katz said there would be no easing of the siege without the freedom of people held hostage by Hamas.

Tension also increased on Lebanon border

On the one hand, a new round of large-scale conflict has begun between Hamas and Israel, due to the attack by the Lebanon-based armed group Hezbollah on an Israeli military post on the Blue Line (which is a border line between Lebanon and Israel). Tension is also increasing. The Israeli Army said that a military post near the Israeli city of Arab al-Aramshe was shelled. Hezbollah, one of the Middle East's most powerful militias, said it was previously responsible for firing precision missiles at Israel in response to the killing of some of its fighters.

Israel has sent army 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) are patrolling the demarcation line. In 2000, UN representatives drew a 121-kilometre-long Blue Line as the border between Lebanon and Israel, dividing Gazar, a disputed village on the border with the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, into two parts.

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