“The Defense Forces stormed the city from the North and South in coordination with land, air, and see troops” says Gallant; meanwhile more than 1.5 million of Palestinian have been displaced by the occupation forces in the Gaza Strip.
For his part, Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu told the press that there will be no ceasefire to supply fuel until the Israeli hostages taken by Hamas on October 7 are released.
"Please go south," the prime minister urged the Palestinians, but the borders are closed and there is no way to move more than a million people.
Israel targets Gaza's densely populated al-Shati refugee camp as attacks continue to intensify across the besieged enclave.
Since the start of the escalation on October 7, several authorities have raised the risk of the Israel-Hamas conflict spilling over into the region. The Palestine Today platform denounced this Tuesday new Israeli bombings against southern Lebanon.
The Palestinian Ministry of Health has updated that at least 10,328 Palestinians, including 4,237 children and 2,719 women, have so far been killed by Israeli attacks.