Thousands more people have left northern Gaza for the south, the Israeli military says. A route was open for five hours today, November 8 – the fifth consecutive day it has been in operation
For weeks, Israel has told people in the north of Gaza to head south, saying it is safer but Hamas enforces them to keep on being a human shield for its terror governance.
Earlier, the G7 group of nations – including the UK and US – called for “humanitarian pauses” in the fighting in Gaza. Pauses are not the same as a ceasefire – which Israel has ruled out while Hamas continues to hold Israeli hostages.
Israel began striking Gaza after the Hamas terror organization attacks on 7 October, which saw 1,400 people killed and more than 200 taken hostage, among them babies, toddlers, elderly and young women.
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