Israel intensifies attacks on Gaza and calls on the Palestinians to leave specific areaswhere heavy fighting is likely to resume.
In the last 24 hours, at least 400 targets Hamas have been destroyed since end of the truce. The exchange of fire on the border with Lebanon has also resumed.
A new wave of bombings which has focused especially on the population of Khan Yunis, in the south of the enclave, and which according to the Gazan authorities of the Islamist movement Hamas has already left more than 200 Palestinians killed and 560 injured.
According to Army estimates published this Saturday and collected by the Israeli portal Walla, the Israeli planes They have attacked more than fifty targets in this location and in neighboring Deir al Balá, about 10 kilometers to the north.
For their part, Israeli infantry units operating in northern Gaza have also carried out several operations in the last hoursincluding a raid against an employed mosque, according to the IDF.
Palestinian Red Crescent receives new aid trucks through Rafah crossing to Gaza
The Palestine Red Crescent announced this Saturday the arrival of new aid trucks bound for Loop through the Rafá pass, on the border with Egypt.
“The Red Crescent workers have received these trucks from help through Rafá thanks to our partners at the Egyptian Red Crescent,” the organization explained on Twitter.
For their part, the authorities of the Gaza Strip, controlled by the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), have warned this Friday that the humanitarian aid delivered to the enclave during the truce barely meets 1% of the needs of the Gazan population. .
He total death toll since October 7 it rises to 15,207 dead and 40,652 injured, according to the Ministry, which highlights that 70 percent are children and women. Among the deceased are 280 workers in the Gazan health system.
In the West Bank, local Wafa sources report that the Israeli military has launched morning operations in the fields of Balata and Askar, southeast of Nablus, as well as in several neighborhoods west of the city.