CAIRO - 1 December 2023: In a recent update from news reports, correspondents have reported that the Israeli military has announced the bombing of 200 targets in Gaza since early this morning. The airstrikes come after the conclusion of the seventh day of the temporary humanitarian ceasefire, with no official extension announced.
Israeli forces have renewed their attacks on various areas in the Gaza Strip by land, sea, and air. The seven-day ceasefire, which went into effect on Friday, November 24, was initially extended for an additional three days.
This comes amid an ongoing Israeli offensive since October 7, resulting in the tragic loss of over 15,000 lives, including 6,150 children, over 4,000 women, and more than 36,000 injuries—a toll that continues to rise.
The ceasefire facilitated the exchange of prisoners in Gaza and allowed the entry of humanitarian aid into the besieged region. However, the situation has taken a turn with the resumption of hostilities after the initial week of relative calm.
Just in, press reports confirm the renewal of Israeli airstrikes in several areas in southern Gaza. The ceasefire, which endured for seven days, has seen an extension following continuous Israeli aggression since October 7, resulting in significant casualties and injuries.
The Israeli military has issued a notice advising residents of Jabaliya and Al-Zaytoun to head southward, according to press reports. The announcement comes amid renewed Israeli airstrikes by land, sea, and air in various parts of Gaza, marking the end of the seventh day of the temporary humanitarian ceasefire.
Press reports have confirmed a resurgence of Israeli attacks in multiple locations across Gaza. The temporary ceasefire, active for the past seven days, concluded today, with the situation taking a concerning turn as hostilities resume.