Planning to demolish oppression, not mercy, Israel did not withdraw its army from Khan Khoonis just like that


A new development has emerged in the Gaza war that has been going on for six months. The Israeli army has said it has withdrawn its forces from Khan Yunis after months of fighting, Israel claims to have completed a key phase of its ground operation against Hamas and the first in Gaza since the beginning of the war. Have brought the presence of our army to the lowest level. Israeli officials, explaining the reason behind this, said that the withdrawal of troops is part of the next plan as the army is preparing to go to Rafah, the last stronghold of Hamas.

As soon as the army withdrew, Palestinians started returning to Khan Yunis. But they can't see anything there except heaps of debris; almost all the houses of Palestinians have been damaged due to war. Starting life again in Gaza remains a concern of Gazans as well as many humanitarian organizations in the world.

The war will continue – Israel

Israel's military chief, Lieutenant General Herji Halevi, said, "The war in Gaza continues, and we are not going to stop now." According to local media reports, Israel is preparing to evacuate Rafah within a week and the process may take several months. Because about 14 lakh people are taking shelter in Gaza, let us tell you that the month of Ramadan is about to end, experts fear that Israel may become more aggressive after Eid. Israel's objective of attacking Khan Younis was to capture Yehya Sinwar and eliminate Hamas, but it has not been successful in this objective yet.

Some pictures and videos from Khan Yunis on Sunday showed Palestinians returning to the destroyed buildings in Khan Yunis. According to some reports, about 75% of Gaza's infrastructure has been destroyed in Israeli attacks and it is not possible to rebuild it without any external help.