Israel urges Gazans south, as air strikes continue ahead of ground assault

The Israeli military revealed on Sunday it will go on to permit Gazans to go away to south ahead of an anticipated ground assault on the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip in retaliation for unprecedented attacks by Hamas militants eight days ago. Israel has pledged to annihilate militant party Hamas in retaliation for a rampage by its fighters in Israeli towns eight days ago in which the militants murdered several men, women and children and seized hostages in the most dreadful and traumatic  attack on civilians in the nation’s history.

Approximately 1,300 people were murdered in the clueless onslaught, which traumatized the entire nation with dreadful mobile-phone video footage and reports from medical and emergency services of atrocities in the overrun towns and kibbutzes. The Israeli army revealed hundreds of thousands had already headed towards south as Israel subjected Gaza to the extreme intense bombardment it has ever witnessed, leading the small enclave, abode to 2.3 million Palestinians, under total siege and destructing majority of its infrastructure.

The Gaza authorities revealed more than 2,300 people had been murdered, a quarter of them children, and approximately 10,000 wounded. Rescue workers investigated desperately for survivors of night-time air raids. One million people had reportedly left their abodes. The enclave’s hospitals are running short of medical supplies and dealing to cope with the flow of wounded people. The anticipated ground assault had not started by the early hours of Sunday.