Palestinian Telecommunications Partially Restored as Fuel Shipments Arrive
In a dramatic escalation of tensions, Israel has given Shifa Hospital in Gaza a one-hour ultimatum to evacuate “patients, wounded, the displaced and medical staff,” citing concerns about alleged Hamas activities beneath the hospital. This comes amidst a series of significant developments in the conflict between Israel and Gaza.
- Palestinian telecommunications company Paltel has partially restored phone and internet services in Gaza after receiving fuel shipments.
- Under U.S. pressure, Israel has agreed to allow limited fuel shipments into Gaza for humanitarian purposes.
- The World Food Program’s executive director warns of the “immediate possibility of starvation” in Gaza.
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu acknowledges challenges in minimizing civilian casualties.
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