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Israel became more dangerous after the ceasefire, increased the scope of attacks

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Israel becomes more dangerous

Israel Hamas War: After the ceasefire, Israel has become more dangerous. Israel is now in a mood to fight a large-scale war. For this, Israel has again ordered to evacuate about two dozen areas. The scope of the attack has also been increased. Israel reiterated on Monday its instructions to evacuate from Khan Yunis, the southern Gaza Strip city where thousands of displaced Palestinians have taken refuge in recent weeks.

At the same time, Israel has increased the scope of its ground attack in the region and is bombarding the entire Gaza Strip.

After a week-long ceasefire, attacks have started again, the aim of which is to eliminate the Hamas rulers of Gaza. The war began after a surprise attack on Israel by Hamas on October 7. Thousands of Palestinians have been killed and more than three-quarters of the Gaza Strip’s population of 2.3 million have been displaced. At the same time, people have no safe place left.

Now the hopes of further ceasefire are dim

Hopes for another temporary ceasefire have dimmed after Israel recalled its negotiators over the weekend. However, Israel’s biggest ally, the US, is putting increasing pressure on it to avoid further mass displacement and killing of civilians, a message underlined during US Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to the region. He also said that the US would not allow the forced relocation of Palestinians from Gaza or the occupied West Bank or the redrawing of Gaza’s borders.

Hundreds killed in Israeli attack: Palestine

Palestinian health officials said that hundreds of civilians have died since the ceasefire ended on Friday, increasing the pressure to return to the negotiating table. The northern part of Gaza has been reduced to rubble due to Israeli attacks. People seeking refuge in the southern part may also have to face similar conditions. Israel and neighboring Egypt have refused to accept any refugees.

Sounds of bombs and explosions were heard throughout the night

People say they heard air strikes and bomb explosions in Khan Younis and surrounding areas throughout the night and then on Monday the army dropped leaflets asking people to move south towards the Egyptian border. In a post made in Arabic on social media early on Monday, the army again gave instructions to evacuate about two dozen areas around Khan Younis. Local citizen Halima Abdel Rahman said she had stopped paying attention to such orders and left her home in October to live with relatives on the outskirts of Khan Younis. The health ministry of Hamas-ruled Gaza said more than 15,500 people had died and 41,000 were injured in the conflict since October 7.

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