Israel violates ceasefire deal in Gaza
The Israeli regime’s tanks have shelled districts in the Gaza Strip in clear violation of the terms of a temporary ceasefire that has brought a halt to a genocidal Israeli onslaught on the besieged Palestinian territory.
Israeli tanks fired toward the
al-Shati refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip and Sheikh Radwan district
of Gaza City on Tuesday.
The attacks violated an initial
four-day truce in Gaza between Israel and the Palestinian Hamas resistance
movement, which was prolonged by an additional two days on Monday.
The extension provides
for the release of 20 more captives from Gaza and 60 Palestinian
prisoners from Israeli jails.
So far, Hamas has released 69
captives, including 51 Israelis and 19 of other nationalities in exchange for
the freedom of 150 Palestinians from Israeli prison, mainly women and
The ceasefire has also allowed
for humanitarian aid to enter Gaza, where more than 1.7 million
displaced Palestinians are in urgent need of safe and sustained
access to drinking water, food, health, fuel, and medicine.
the war on Gaza on October 7 after Hamas conducted Operation Al-Aqsa Storm
against the occupying entity in retaliation for its intensified atrocities
against the Palestinian people.
Since the start of the
aggression, the Tel Aviv regime has killed over 15,000 Palestinians, mostly
women and children, and left vast swathes of the coastal enclave in ruins. An
additional 7,000 Palestinians are missing and believed to be under the
Israel has also imposed a
“complete siege” on the territory, cutting off fuel, electricity, food,
and water to the more than two million Palestinians living there.