The evacuation of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip is now underway – TVN24 correspondent Artur Moleda reported on Sunday. The Israeli army has identified a route through which civilians can reach the Rafah crossing on the border with Egypt.
The evacuation began at 10 a.m. local time (9 a.m. in Poland). Moleda spoke of a four-hour “window” for civilians who could leave the Gaza Strip.
– A road has been identified so that civilians can evacuate to the Rafah crossing (on the border with Egypt) – said Molda.
“Following Blinken’s visit”
According to a TVN24 correspondent, the Israeli army’s decision to evacuate the Palestinians is partly “the result of US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken’s visit to Israel,” who spoke with Israeli representatives and urged them to cease fire and evacuate as many Palestinians as possible. civilians as much as possible.
Blinken arrived in Israel on Sunday morning to meet with Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas in Ramallah, among others.
The topic of discussion will be the future of the Gaza Strip after the end of the current war. Israel’s goal is to completely destroy Hamas, which controls this Palestinian enclave.
Conflicting numbers of victims of the attack on the refugee camp
On Sunday, the Palestinian Ministry of Health announced that 45 people were killed and 100 others were injured in the Israeli bombing of the Maghazi refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip. Earlier, a ministry spokesman announced that at least 33 people were killed in “the massacre committed by the occupier in Al-Maghazi camp.”
Palestinian sources also spoke of the number of victims at 51.
According to reports, most of the victims were “children and women.” The target of the Israeli bombing was civilian homes, which was confirmed by an eyewitness, quoted by Agence France-Presse.
Al-Maghazi is located in the third largest governorate in Palestine – Deir Al-Balah in the middle of the Gaza Strip.
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