“A Royal Air Force plane dropped emergency medical aid using parachutes to the Jordanian field hospital in Gaza, which is running out of supplies due to the delay in the delivery of aid through the Rafah crossing,” the Jordanian state agency said, citing a military source from the Jordanian Armed Forces’ High Command.
The tunnels under Gaza are full of traps, we want to destroy them from the outside, says an Israeli colonel who was in them
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Last week, Jordan announced the withdrawal of its ambassador to Israel, and told him not to send his ambassador back to Amman. Jordan did so in protest against the ongoing Israeli bombardment of the Gaza Strip, which Amman says is killing innocent people and causing a humanitarian disaster.
Health authorities in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip say more than 9,770 Palestinians have been killed in the current war. The war was sparked by Hamas’s brutal attack on southern Israel on October 7, killing 1,400 people and taking more than 240 hostages. The numbers cannot be verified.
Israeli army spokesman Jonathan Conricus told CNN on Sunday that Israel had halted shelling of the northern Gaza Strip for several hours over the past two days to allow civilians to safely leave the south. Israel is facing pressure from various quarters to declare humanitarian pauses in the fighting.
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