Israeli troops allowed several international journalists into northern Gaza. Journalists reported that trees had fallen to the ground everywhere in northern Gaza. Many buildings are abandoned. In some places, there are remains of rockets and in some houses, Palestinian flags are hanging. Since the building is empty, Israeli soldiers are storing ammunition inside the building and making war strategies.
Today is the 34th day of the Israel-Hamas war. After breaking Gaza City into two pieces, Israeli soldiers have further intensified the war campaign against Hamas. More than 15,000 people managed to leave northern Gaza on Tuesday. Hamas positions in the region are being continuously bombed and fired upon by Israeli troops.
According to news agency AP, 10,500 people have been killed so far in Israel’s military campaign. Thousands of Palestinians are leaving northern Gaza on foot and migrating towards the southern region.
Journalists saw the gruesome picture of Gaza
On Wednesday, Israeli troops allowed several international journalists into northern Gaza. Journalists reported that trees had fallen to the ground everywhere in northern Gaza. Many buildings are lying abandoned. In some places, there are remains of rockets and in some houses, Palestinian flags are hanging. Since the building is empty, Israeli soldiers are stockpiling ammunition and making war strategies inside the building.
Three lakh people left their homes in Gaza
Journalists heard gunshots for almost two hours. However, journalists could not go to the places where the firing was taking place. At the same time, Israeli soldiers instructed the journalists not to move around too much. According to the information, 70 percent of the population in Gaza has been forced to leave their homes.
UN officials estimate that about 3 lakh people have been forced to flee their homes.
No question of ceasefire: Benjamin Netanyahu
Let us tell you that for the time being Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has left the talks of ceasefire far behind. Netanyahu says that we cannot think about a ceasefire until Hamas terrorists release all Israeli citizens from their custody.
War may stop for three days: America
The United Nations as well as the G7 countries have expressed the need to stop the attacks for some time for the supply and distribution of humanitarian aid in Gaza. US President Joe Biden, after a telephone conversation with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, has indicated that Israeli military attacks may stop for three days.
During this time, the process of release of hostages can move forward along with the distribution of humanitarian aid. It is believed that Hamas, Islamic Jihad, and other organizations had 240 people kidnapped from Israel on October 7.