Israeli army issues evacuation warning in Gaza City amid intensifying war


(MENAFN) Amid escalating tensions and military operations, the Israeli army took a significant step on Wednesday by dropping thousands of leaflets over Gaza City, urging residents to evacuate to designated safe areas. The leaflets, addressed to all inhabitants of Gaza City in Arabic, outlined safe routes marked with arrows leading towards southern exit routes and passages. The Israeli army emphasized that Gaza City is currently a hazardous combat zone, urging civilians to evacuate immediately to ensure their safety.

The move comes amidst heightened conflict between Israeli forces and militant groups in Gaza, where airstrikes and artillery barrages have intensified in recent days. The leaflets, dropped from aircraft above the city, serve as a warning to residents about the ongoing military operations and the potential risks posed to civilians caught in the crossfire.

The Israeli military's action reflects its efforts to minimize civilian casualties and provide clear guidance for residents amidst the escalating violence. The leaflets underscore the severity of the situation in Gaza City and aim to facilitate the safe evacuation of civilians to designated areas deemed secure by the Israeli military.

As tensions continue to escalate, humanitarian concerns grow over the impact of the conflict on civilians, with calls for international intervention to mitigate the humanitarian crisis and promote peaceful resolution of the ongoing conflict. The Israeli army's issuance of evacuation warnings through leaflets represents a critical effort to safeguard civilian lives amid the intensifying hostilities in Gaza City.

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