Fragile ceasefire in Gaza… Attacks stopped, Israel said “Do not return”

Fragile ceasefire in Gaza… Attacks stopped, Israel said “Do not return”

With the agreement between Hamas and Israel, a humanitarian pause has begun that will stop the attacks on Gaza for 4 days and will allow the exchange of prisoners and humanitarian aid.

Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians, who had to escape bombing in the Gaza Strip under the Israeli blockade, left to visit their homes in the south and center of the region with the beginning of the humanitarian pause.

Many people were injured when the Israeli army opened fire on Palestinians trying to return from the south to the north of the Gaza Strip.

After the humanitarian pause began, the sounds of armed conflict and violent explosions heard off the coast of Sderot, the closest Israeli city to the Gaza Strip, subsided. The mobility of armored vehicles and tanks deployed by the Israeli army outside the Gaza Strip continued.

After the temporary ceasefire decision, Reuters shared photographs taken from the region.

Black smoke continues to rise from some areas of northern Gaza due to attacks carried out by Israel throughout the night and minutes before the humanitarian pause began.

According to the consensus plan announced by the Qatari Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the transportation of humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip began from the Rafah border gate after Israel and Hamas stopped fighting in the Gaza Strip at 07:00: 00 (08:00 GMT). ).


According to the agreement reached between the parties, 13 Israeli women and children from the same families who will be released from Israeli prisoners in the blockaded Gaza Strip on the first day will head towards the Rafah border gate at 4:00 p.m. local time.

With the beginning of the ceasefire, Gazans

It was stated that the detained Palestinian women and children, who will be released once checks on Israeli prisoners are completed, will be reunited at the Ofer military prison in the occupied West Bank.

Under the humanitarian agreement, 150 Palestinian detainees are expected to be reunited with their families, of which a total of 50 Israelis will be released within four days.

The Israeli military warned Palestinians who were deported from the northern Gaza Strip and Gaza City to the south not to return. Leaflets dropped by Israeli warplanes into southern parts of Gaza in the morning said: “For the residents of the Gaza Strip, the war is not over yet. “The humanitarian pause is temporary, the northern Gaza Strip is a dangerous war zone and movement there is prohibited.”

According to the Gaza government, 14,854 people, including more than 6,150 children and more than 4,000 women, have been killed in the Gaza Strip in Israeli attacks since October 7. (AA)

Source: Sozcu


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