violence on the Lebanese border has led to the displacement of more than 76,000 people

The war has consequences beyond Gaza’s borders. More than 76,000 people residing in southern Lebanon have been displaced almost three months after the start of violence on the border with Israel, according to new figures published by a specialized United Nations agency. LThe International Organization for Migration ensures that nearly 81% of displaced people are currently housed with relatives. Only 2% are housed in 14 collective shelters. The rest of the displaced have rented apartments or moved into their second homes. Follow our live stream.

The Minister of Defense presents his plan for Gaza. Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant revealed his plans for the post-war period in Gaza on Thursday evening. This plan provides that operations “continue” until “return of the hostages”At “dismantling Hamas’ military and governance capabilities” and to “the elimination of military threats”. “There will be no Israeli civilian presence in the Gaza Strip after the war objectives are achieved”also supported Yoav Gallant.

Bombings continue in Gaza. Israeli air raids and artillery fire hit Khan Younes on Thursday, a large town in the south of the Gaza Strip which has become the epicenter of operations. Since the start of hostilities, 22,438 people, mainly women, adolescents and children, have been killed, according to the latest, unverifiable report from the Hamas Ministry of Health.

International condemnations over comments by Israeli ministers. Saudi Arabia and Qatar have strongly condemned comments by two Israeli ministers calling on Palestinians to leave the Gaza Strip. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Volker Türk, said “very worried” on this subject, recalling that “international law prohibits the forcible transfer of protected persons within an occupied territory or their expulsion from this territory.”

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