Maximum tension on the Gaza border in the face of the next invasion by Israel

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The media suggests that bad weather has forced the incursion to be delayed. The number of Palestinians killed exceeds 2,300, and 10,000 injured, after a new night of bombings. Israel has opened a new exit corridor from northern Gaza.

Tension is highest on the Gaza border, where hundreds of tanks and soldiers are piling up waiting for the order to begin the ground invasion, which some media outlets suggest has been delayed due to bad weather.

The ground offensive was scheduled for this weekend, but has been postponed in part due to the difficulties that the cloudy sky poses for drone operators and for the Israeli pilots in charge of supporting the ground troops of the Israeli Army by air. according to The New York Times.

The Israeli Army hopes, according to this medium, that Hamas will try to prevent the advance of its troops by detonating the passage tunnels as the ground forces approach them.

The Israeli Army is "preparing" to "expand the attack" to the entire Gaza Strip

Israel's objective is to destroy the political and military leadership of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), after an unprecedented attack that left more than 1,300 dead in a week, including 286 soldiers.

Israel responded to the offensive with successive retaliatory airstrikes, which have so far killed more than 2,300 people.

The humanitarian situation in Gaza is complicated by the possible land invasion of Israel

In addition, the Strip remains without water and electricity supplies, and the entry of humanitarian aid is blocked.

Block evacuation

Israel gave an ultimatum to evacuate northern Gaza, accusing Hamas of blocking the evacuation of civilians. In this context, the Israeli Army announced this Saturday to the population of the north and north-central Gaza the opening of an exit corridor to the south of the enclave that will remain in force from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. (09:00-12:00 Euskal Herria). Israel has promised that civilians will be able to travel the central road from Saladin to Khan Younis "without danger of bombing."

Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus has reiterated the "call to the population of northern Gaza, Gaza City and the entire northern area" to leave the area and has warned that Israel has ground troops deployed along the border with Gaza and, as they already advanced, it is "preparing for the next phase of operations."

Israeli bombing of Gaza. Photo: Efe

"Listen to our warnings. We are saying that there are going to be significant military activities here and we want, we urge civilians to evacuate for their own safety," Conricus said.

Hamas commander executed

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have announced the death of Hamas commander Bilal al Kedra, whom they consider responsible for last Saturday's raids on the Nirim and Nir Oz kibbutzim.

In addition, they have added that other agents of Hamas and Palestinian Islamic Jihad have been eliminated.

This same Saturday, Israel had also announced the death of the head of the air operations of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas, Murad Abu Murad, and that of Ali Qadi, a commander of the Hamas raid force known as Nujba.

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