Israeli military planes dropped leaflets over the northern Gaza Strip, telling the residents to move to the southern part of Gaza. They warned that people should stay away from the security fence separating Gaza from Israel. This happened during a time of heavy fighting, with airstrikes on Gaza and the possibility of a ground invasion.
According to the U.N., about 1.1. million people live in northern Gaza, the most densely populated part of the territory.
The United Nations (U.N.) and Israel had different reactions to this. The U.N. said it would be very hard for so many people to move in such a short time, and this could lead to a humanitarian crisis. They asked Israel to cancel this order. Israel’s Ambassador to the U.N., Gilad Erdan, criticized the U.N.’s response, saying it didn’t consider how brutal the attack on Israel was.
Hamas, the group that controls Gaza, told people to stay at home. The situation is very confusing and difficult for the people in Gaza.
Since the fighting started, many people in Gaza have been forced to leave their homes, and a lot of people have been killed or hurt. The U.N. says that more than 338,000 people in Gaza have had to leave their homes. On the other side, Israeli soldiers are getting ready for a possible ground attack.
The U.N. also says that the blockade on Gaza is causing a big problem because people there don’t have enough food, water, gas, medicine, or electricity. This is putting Gaza in a very difficult situation.
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