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Israel at War Day 22 | The Invasion Has Begun
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Israel at War Day 22 | The Invasion Has Begun
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Một cuộc chiến trên một qui mô lớn bao gồm Hải, Lục, Không quân của Do Thái (IDF) để đối đầu với Hamas trong dải Gaza không thể tránh khỏi..
Lời yêu cầu cuối cùng của Israel đối với Gaza: IDF cảnh báo người dân Palestine di tản về phía nam ngay lập tức, vì quân đội Do Thái (IDF) thề sẽ ‘vô hiệu hóa’ bọn Hamas với cuộc tấn công toàn diện, sau khi các cuộc không kích không ngừng phá hủy hàng trăm tòa nhà tại dải Gaza..
Israel’s final plea to Gaza: IDF warns Palestinians to evacuate south now as it vows to ‘neutralise’ Hamas with looming full scale invasion after relentless airstrikes destroyed hundreds of buildings
PUBLISHED: 10:22 EDT, 28 October 2023 | UPDATED: 14:08 EDT, 28 October 2023
Israel has issued what appears to be a final ultimatum to Palestinians who are still living in the northern Gaza Strip to leave – as it delivered its heaviest hint yet that a long-threatened ground invasion is imminent.
Israel Defence Forces (IDF) spokesperson Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari has issued what he labelled an ‘urgent military advisory’ video message, warning Gazans that the military was set to ‘neutralise’ Hamas with ‘precision and intensity’.
Since this announcement, Israel has now warned civilians that the Gaza City region is a ‘battlefield’. In leaflets dropped by fighter jets, the army said: ‘Shelters in northern Gaza and Gaza governorate are not safe.’
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Lực lượng lục quân của Israel (IDF) đã vào bên trong dải Gaza, khi người Palestine kiểm kê còn lại được gì sau đêm Gaza bị bắn phá dữ dội..
Israeli ground forces inside Gaza as Palestinians take stock after intense overnight bombardment
Amarachi Orie, Zahid Mahmood, Ivana Kottasová, Kareem Khadder and Lauren Said-Moorhouse, CNN
Sat, October 28, 2023 at 4:12 PM EDT·8 min read
Israeli ground forces are inside Gaza after entering the enclave overnight, as Palestinians experienced what they have described as the most intense round of airstrikes since Israel began its retaliation against Hamas’ October 7 terror attack.
Israeli forces “went into the Gaza Strip and expanded the ground operation where infantry, armor and engineer units and artillery with heavy fire are taking part,” Israel Defense Forces (IDF) spokesman Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari said Saturday morning.
“The forces are in the field and continue the fighting,” he added, without giving further details.
Hagari’s words confirm the military operation has undergone a significant expansion after what it had earlier described as two “targeted raids,” which took place on Wednesday night and Thursday night. Both those raids saw ground forces withdraw after a few hours.
However, it does not appear as though any major ground offensive aimed at seizing and holding significant amounts of the territory is yet underway. In a fresh call for Gazans to move south, the IDF spoke of an “impending” operation.
Israel’s Defense Minister Yoav Gallant said his country had entered “a new phase in the war.”
“Tonight, the ground in Gaza shook,” he said in a statement.
“We attacked above ground and below ground. We attacked terrorist operatives at all levels, in all places. The instructions to our forces are clear: the operation will continue until a new order is given.”
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Saturday that the goals of this stage of the war are to destroy Hamas and return the more than 200 hostages the militant group took on October 7 and still holds in Gaza.
Netanyahu confirmed he spoke with family members of the hostages and said he vowed to them that he would exhaust all options to return their loved ones home.
Near the Gaza border, staging grounds once teeming with hundreds of Israeli tanks, armored personnel carriers and bulldozers have mostly emptied out when a CNN team visited.
CNN also observed some tank units returning from the direction of Gaza, back to their forward operating positions.
The IDF said on Saturday that its warplanes hit 150 underground targets in the north of the enclave, striking what it called terror tunnels and underground combat spaces and killing several Hamas operatives.
Hagari said Gazans who had moved south of Wadi Gaza, a waterway bisecting the center of the strip, were in an area he called a “protected space,” and would receive more food, water and medicine today, though he did not give any details.
More than 2 million people live in the enclave, which spans just 140 square miles and is one of the most densely-populated places on Earth. For weeks, people living in the territory have faced Israeli airstrikes and a growing humanitarian situation, with shortages of water, food and fuel.
At least 7,650 people have been killed and more than 19,450 more injured in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7, according to the latest figures released by the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Ramallah, drawn from sources in the Hamas-controlled enclave.
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