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Israel At War!

TRUCE VIOLATED: Fighting Resumes in Gaza After Hamas Fires Rockets at Israeli Territory; Report

posted by Hannity Staff - 12.01.23

The temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas is over.

According to reports from The New York Post and the IDF, Hamas has violated the operational humanitarian pause in Gaza by firing rockets into Israeli territory.

The IDF has resumed combat, according to information shared on X.

The IDF has also resumed efforts to direct Gazan civilians to evacuation zones.

“The IDF published information regarding the evacuation of Gazan civilians for their safety in the next stage of the war. The map published divides the territory of Gaza into zones according to recognizable areas. This enables the residents of Gaza to orient themselves and to evacuate from specific places for their safety if required. The IDF’s website and spokesperson in Arabic released the relevant information on social networks.”

According to The New York Post, Israel’s military said it intercepted the rocket fired from Gaza shortly before the truce was set to end at 7 a.m.

From The New York Post:

Israel then launched airstrikes on the community of Abassan in southern Gaza as well as a home in Gaza City, according to the Interior Ministry in Gaza.

The sound of unrelenting explosions and dark black smoke once again filled the air over the Palestinian territory — a sign the war had resumed in full force.

Back in Israel, near the Gaza border, sirens warning of incoming rocket fire — believed to be launched by Hamas — sounded in farming communities.

More than 100 hostages from Israel were freed in exchange for the release of 240 Palestinians in the seven-day pause negotiated by Qatar.

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