Amid Hamas Attacks, Israel Army Moving To 'Safer' Spots In Gaza, Says Report As Ceasefire Is Delayed | Hindustan Times
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Amid Hamas Attacks, Israel Army Moving To 'Safer' Spots In Gaza, Says Report As Ceasefire Is Delayed

Even before the ceasefire and hostage-release deal between Israel and Hamas announced, Israeli troops had started moving to "relatively safer" locations in the Gaza Strip, according to reports. IDF forces moved away from many localities, especially in north Gaza, while maintaining their positions in Beit Hanoun and Beit Lahia, according to witnesses quoted in the aforementioned reports. Meanwhile, the ceasefire is yet to be implemented with Israeli and US officials hinting that it may begin on November 24 with the release of the first batch of captives. Watch the full video for more.

 
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