Israel resumes combat in Gaza, says Hamas violated temporary truce

Published December 1, 2023

The temporary cease-fire between Israel and Hamas ended Friday morning as the Jewish nation blamed the terror group for “violating” the truce by launching rockets toward Israeli territory before the agreement expired.

In response, moments after the cease-fire ended, the Israeli military resumed its attack in Gaza,  launching airstrikes on the Palestinian territory for the first time since the pause in fighting began on Nov. 24.

“Hamas violated the operational pause, and in addition, fired toward Israeli territory,” the Israel Defense Forces said in a statement at around 7:15 a.m. local time.

“The IDF has resumed combat against the Hamas terrorist organization in Gaza.”

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

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.



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About 200 trucks loaded with humanitarian aid, cooking gas and fuel enter the Gaza Strip during the humanitarian pause between Israel and Hamas in Gaza City, Gaza on November 28, 2023. Ashraf Amra | Anadolu | Getty Images
Published November 28,  2023

Israel and Hamas accused each other of violating a truce deal that has brought a pause to fighting in the Gaza Strip. The cease-fire entered its fifth day Tuesday after a two-day extension was announced.

However, the Israel Defense Forces said that Hamas had detonated “explosive devices” near its troops, while the Palestinian militant group claimed that Israeli forces had exerted “field friction” in the northern Gaza Strip in violation of the deal.

The extended deal raises hopes that Palestinian militant group Hamas will release more than the 69 hostages it has so far returned out of the nearly 240 captives it has held in the Gaza Strip since their abduction during the terror attacks of Oct. 7.

Israel has previously said it would consider lengthening the humanitarian pause in fighting by one day for every 10 freed hostages, although it was unclear if these were the terms agreed in the latest extension.

Meanwhile, the first of three U.S. military flights with humanitarian aid for the Gaza Strip is due to land in Egypt.



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Published December 1, 2023

IDF says Hamas violated ceasefire, resumes combat against terrorists in Gaza

The week-long ceasefire came to end as the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reported Hamas violating the truce by firing rockets. The IDF has resumed operations in the Gaza Strip.

Israel’s Home Front Command issued stricter guidelines for civilians as week-long truce ends.

Egyptian sources indicated one rocket launch over Sderot in southern Israel at about 6:00 am, heave shelling was reported in the area. More rocket alert sirens sounded in southern Israel near the border with Gaza later on Friday morning.





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