The United States, according to White House security spokesman John Kirby, has assurances from Israel that it will not conduct combat operations in the designated areas of the northern Gaza Strip.
“We are still worried that Hamas will prevent people from escaping. But we believe that these pauses are a step in the right direction,” added Kirby.
Israel will assume ‘security responsibility’ for Gaza after the war. It is necessary, says Netanyahu
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The Israeli army has called on residents of the northern Gaza Strip to leave the area and move south repeatedly, even before the ground invasion began.
However, due to the large numbers of people, the humanitarian crisis, alleged efforts by Hamas to prevent Palestinian civilians from leaving, and the fact that some do not want to leave the northern Gaza Strip for fear of not being able to return, many people remain there.
Israel also claims that Hamas fighters have their command centers in hospitals and underground underground.
According to the current balance of the Palestinian Authority controlled by Hamas, 10,812 Palestinians have died in the Gaza Strip since October 7. The figure from the war zone cannot be immediately independently verified, but the Pentagon confirmed this week the “thousands” of Palestinian civilian casualties without further elaboration.
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