Israeli warplanes resumed bombing Gaza on Friday, prompting Palestinian civilians to flee for safety as rocket sirens sounded in southern Israel. The week-long truce expired without an extension, leading to a resumption of hostilities. The Israeli military claimed it restarted combat operations, accusing Hamas of violating the cease-fire by launching rockets. They stated that their airstrikes targeted “terrorist targets” in Gaza.
Hamas attributed the breakdown of the truce to Israel, alleging that Israel rejected offers to release more captives held by militants in Gaza. Following the deadline, journalists in Khan Younis witnessed heavy bombardment, with columns of smoke rising, prompting residents to seek safety. In northern Gaza, the area heavily affected before the truce, plumes of smoke rose above the ruins, visible from Israel.
The sounds of gunfire and explosives mingled with the barking of dogs. Within two hours of the cease-fire’s end, Gaza’s Hamas-controlled health ministry reported 32 deaths due to Israeli airstrikes.
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