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Israel Gives Northern Gaza Civilians 24-Hour Notice To Move South

Israel Gives Northern Gaza Civilians 24-Hour Notice To Move South

Attacks on Jews and Israelis feared as Hamas calls for global ‘Day of Rage’.

As Israeli military steps up its operations against terror group Hamas, it is urging residents to evacuate from northern parts of terrorist-controlled Gaza. The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) was sending text messages and using other means to warn Gaza residents to leave the areas in the north designated for the upcoming counter-terrorist operations.

The Gazans were asked to move south “for your own safety and the safety of your families and distance yourself from Hamas terrorists who are using you as human shields,” the IDF said in a statement on Friday morning.

While, the IDF was doing everything possible to minimizing the harm to the civilians ahead of its possibile ground offensive, Hamas is ordering Gazans to ignore the Israeli warnings and stay in their homes as its terrorists hide underneath the tunnels and inside residential buildings.

The Israeli news website Ynet reported Hamas’s attempt to mislead Gazans:

Meanwhile, Salama Marouf, head of the Hamas government media office, said the relocation warning was an attempt by Israel “to broadcast and pass on fake propaganda, aiming to sow confusion among citizens and harm our internal cohesion.” He added, “We urge our citizens not to engage in these attempts”.

The IDF also urged Gaza civilians not to “approach the area of the security fence with the State of Israel,” which terrorists breached during their coordinated terrorist attack on Saturday.

The IDF statement on Friday morning:

The IDF calls for the evacuation of all civilians of Gaza City from their homes southwards for their own safety and protection and move to the area south of the Wadi Gaza, as shown on the map.

The Hamas terrorist organization waged a war against the State of Israel and Gaza City is an area where military operations take place. This evacuation is for your own safety.

You will be able to return to Gaza City only when another announcement permitting it is made. Do not approach the area of the security fence with the State of Israel.

Hamas terrorists are hiding in Gaza City inside tunnels underneath houses and inside buildings populated with innocent Gazan civilians.

Civilians of Gaza City, evacuate south for your own safety and the safety of your families and distance yourself from Hamas terrorists who are using you as human shields.

In the following days, the IDF will continue to operate significantly in Gaza City and make extensive efforts to avoid harming civilians.

IDF hits Hamas leadership, weapons depots

Meanwhile, the Israeli military continued strikes on terrorist targets in Gaza for the seventh day, which many in Israel believe to be the run-up to a major ground offensive.

The Israeli air force struck hundreds of terrorist targets inside Gaza. The sites hit overnight “were Hamas tunnels, military compounds, residences of senior operatives and weapons storage warehouses,” the Ynet reported.

Israel has called up 360,000 reservists since last Saturday’s terror attacks, which has so far claimed 1,300 lives. Nearly 200 Israeli hostages, including women, elderly and children, were in Hamas captivity, latest Israeli news reports indicate.

The Times of Israel reported the overnight IDF strikes:

The Israel Defense Forces says it carried out airstrikes against some 750 targets belonging to Hamas and other terror groups in the Gaza Strip overnight.

Among the targets were 12 multi-story towers, which the IDF says contain Hamas assets.

The military says it also struck three Hamas operatives responsible for mortar fire on Israel in recent days.

The trio were targeted at a military command center in Gaza City, according to the IDF.

Other targets include tunnels, military compounds, residences of senior members used as military command centers, weapons storage warehouses, and communications rooms, the IDF says.

Attacks on Jews and Israelis feared as Hamas calls for a global ‘Day of Rage’

The Israeli government fears attacks on Jews and Israelis living abroad as Hamas calls on Muslims across the world to hold a “Day of Rage” on Friday the 13th. The call to display global Islamic ‘rage’ comes less than a week after Gaza-based terrorists mass-murdered innocent Israelis in barbaric manner.

On Friday, an Israeli diplomat was reportedly attacked in Beijing, though the motives were not yet clear. “An Israeli embassy staffer in Beijing has been hospitalized after an attack, Israel’s Foreign Ministry says,” The Times of Israel reported. “A motive for the attack, which did not occur at the embassy, is being probed, the ministry says.”

The Jerusalem Post reported:

The National Security Council and Foreign Ministry called on Thursday for Israelis around the world to stay vigilant as Hamas calls for an international “Day of Rage” on Friday.

“Against the background of the Swords of Iron war, the Hamas leadership issued a call to all their supporters in the world to hold a ‘Day of Rage’ this coming Friday (October 13), including a call to go out and harm Israelis and Jews. From this it is likely that there will be protest events in various countries around the world, which may develop into violent events,” read the joint statement.

The NSC and Foreign Ministry recommended that all Israelis abroad stay vigilant, stay away from demonstrations, and, if necessary, stay updated with local security forces about possible demonstrations and riots.

The “Day of Rage” protests were reported in several Islamic countries backed by the Muslim Brotherhood and similar jihad terror-linked groups. The Times of Israel noted Friday afternoon:

More than 10,000 people mass in central Amman near Grand Hussein Mosque, responding to call from Jordan’s Muslim Brotherhood, as well as several leftist and youth groups.

Similar protests are expected in Lebanon, Syria and other Arab countries following afternoon prayers on Friday. (…)

In Baghdad, tens of thousands of demonstrators gather in Tahrir Square in the center of the city to show support for Palestinians and protest Israel.

The protest is called by influential Shiite cleric and political leader Muqtada al-Sadr.


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We are a few days out from the Western media mobilising in direct support of their brethren, Hamas.

    chrisboltssr in reply to mailman. | October 13, 2023 at 5:13 pm

    Few days out? I’ve seen some media outlets openly sympathizing for Hamas, sorry, the “Palestinians.”

Hamas is ordering Gazans to ignore the Israeli warnings and stay in their homes as its terrorists hide underneath the tunnels and inside residential buildings.

Hamas has always known it would lose a physical war, they are playing for a victory in the PR one by maximizing casualties among the civilian population of Gaza and making sure it is well publicized.

Which of course is why Hamas’ senior leadership has been in Qatar for the last week or more. Living in spitting distance of the Al Jazeera main headquarters, their financial accounts, and their most powerful supporters. That way they avoid that whole getting killed thing but are in position to push the cause while their people become involuntary martyrs and propaganda material.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to Gosport. | October 13, 2023 at 8:15 am

    Anyone who chooses to not heed the advance warnings are volunteers in the propaganda wars.

    Send them on a one way trip to 72 Virgin Street.

      Hamas prefers human shields so that Israel can be revealed as indistinguishable from Hamas in the eyes of the world, if not even in Israel’s eyes, which is their plan. So Hamas will make moving difficult or impossible.

        CommoChief in reply to rhhardin. | October 13, 2023 at 11:44 am

        Give it rest with your false moral equivalence and constantly making false claims about the ‘rules of war’. This shit is exactly why some people who are ignorant of the facts might be persuaded by the false claims of Hamas, their enablers in the legacy media and elsewhere.

        Hamas is a terrorist group supported by the overwhelming majority of the ‘Palestinians’ in Gaza. Hamas has kicked off a fight with Israel deploying unlawful combatants into Israel where they massacred lawful non combatants.

        Israel has repeatedly warned the residents of Gaza who don’t wish to be active participants in the fight in the coming days and weeks to clear out. If they choose not to heed that warning its on them. Hamas has repeatedly illegally co located military assets with ‘civilians’. A belligerent is only required to refrain from deliberately targeting non combatants they are under zero obligation to refrain from striking military assets purposefully surrounded by ‘civilians’.

        Of.course even that only applies between belligerent Nations who are signatory to the agreements re the laws of armed conflict. Hamas, as a terrorist entity despite their pseudo govt, has zero legitimate claims under the laws of armed conflict to assert. They enjoy any privileges at the sufferance of any other legitimate belligerent whose voluntary forbearance can be withdrawn at any time. If Hamas chooses to use the roof of a hospital as the point of origin for launching rockets/artillery or sets up a munitions bunker in the basement of an orphanage (both acts illegal under the rules) those are still lawful targets. Any damage or deaths that occur are the responsibility of the party who unlawfully co located those assets.

          Hamas, as a terrorist entity despite their pseudo govt, has zero legitimate claims under the laws of armed conflict to assert.

          Exactly what I’ve been trying to say about this whole thing. Calls for Israel to not be “disproportionate” or reminders that “targeting of civilians is not allowed”, from the U.N. on down, don’t take into account that Hamas is not a legitimate government and has zero protections under “international law” or the “rules of war”.

          As an aside, the reminders directed to Israel to avoid “disproportionate response” and “targeting civilians” is like a D.A. in court telling a sworn witness, “Let me remind you that your are under oath,” and walking away. The witness damn well knows it, and has no intention of lying, but the judge, jury, and reporters are left with the impression that the D.A. has some reason to believe he/she will lie.

          It’s all a B.S. trick. Israel isn’t going to target civilians or engage in the kind of “disproportionate response” the U.N. is implying (it will be disproportionate, but the other direction, because “proportionality” says Israel can commit the same atrocities at the same scale in Gaza that Hamas did in Israel, and Israel won’t do that), and never intended to.

          But making that statement puts it out there that the U.N. has some information they can’t reveal, telling them that given a chance, Israel will commit worse atrocities than Hamas.

          The proper response when a D.A. does this in court, according to Mas Ayoob, is, “Counsel, I am well aware that I am under oath, and I am equally well aware that you are not.”

          The proper response to the U.N. should be something similar. “Honored delegate, we are well aware that disproportionate responses and targeting civilians are not allowed, and we are equally well aware that you are not here.”

        DSHornet in reply to rhhardin. | October 14, 2023 at 10:25 am

        Pardon me, rnhardin. Upvoted by mistake; downvote intended. My mistake.

    Paddy M in reply to Gosport. | October 13, 2023 at 9:30 am

    Western media will gladly oblige. They love some radical, austere, religious scholars.

    randian in reply to Gosport. | October 13, 2023 at 10:45 am

    If you’re hiding soldiers or weapons for them you aren’t a civilian in my eyes.

A Tale of Two American Administrations

This was posted by Robert Greenway, who was the principal architect of the historic Abraham Accords under the Trump administration. Remember that every step he describes that Trump took was met with horror and anguish by elites and leftists alike who said it would lead to conflict.

“We moved our embassy to Jerusalem. No war.”

“We withdrew from the JCPOA. No war.”

“We undertook the maximum economic pressure campaign and crippling, historic sanctions on Iran. No war and they stayed below 4% enrichment.”

“We recognized Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. No war.”

“We eliminated Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi al Muhandis (and Abu Bakr al Baghdadi). No war.”

“The results? Iran isolated under crippling sanctions reducing their capacity to threaten the region, and historic peace brokered between Israel and its neighbors via the Abraham Accords.”

“Two years after Biden took office Iran is enriching over 60%, they’re two weeks from sufficient material for a nuclear weapon, Sudan fell into a civil war, and Israel just experienced the greatest loss of life in a single day since the holocaust. In seeking to avoid conflict, it is upon us.”

“By embracing our enemy and spurning our friends it will not be easily contained.”

“This should never have happened.”

Has the morality of people on this planet plummeted recently? Hamas invades, kills unarmed people by the hundreds, kills children and babies, purposely uses rape as a tool of terror, etc., so Israel decides to strike back thereby defending its own people and NOW the Arabs are angry with Israel’s military operations???? Are we living with insane new rules where Hamas and Palestinians can kill and cause terror at will but no one is allowed to defend themselves or seek justice. Just how does that work? The real lesson for the Palestinians and HAMAS must be FAFO and now they must endure the FO part. DO NOT ask for my sympathy for the poor suffering Palestinians for they brought this upon themselves.

    Whitewall in reply to Cleetus. | October 13, 2023 at 8:24 am

    Radical Islam is not guided by rational thinking, moral thinking or reason. It is driven by religious zeal and therefore uncontainable by normal Western responses. It enemies shall die.

      Paddy M in reply to Whitewall. | October 13, 2023 at 9:34 am

      The commies in the West have that in common with radical Muslims.

      alaskabob in reply to Whitewall. | October 13, 2023 at 11:22 am

      It’s really not radical… it is fundamental Islam….. as it has been for all thee centuries.

      CommoChief in reply to Whitewall. | October 13, 2023 at 11:51 am

      It’s not a position exclusive to ‘Muslims’. The.same BS neo Marxist rhetoric about occupation, settlers, stolen land, occupation, colonization and the virtuous victims of those runs throughout the ideology of the left. Antifa, BLM, eco extremists among others. This crap is pervasive in academia and has been filtering down to K-12 for a couple decades. Don’t turn your back on the local leftists b/c you allow yourself to become myopic about Muslims, the leftists are likely to shank you if you do.

        Whitewall in reply to CommoChief. | October 13, 2023 at 12:44 pm

        You’re right. I learned to watch for what we used to refer to as Marxist-Leninism decades ago. The merging of the Cross-Crescent-Hammer and Sickle has some history.

        Gosport in reply to CommoChief. | October 13, 2023 at 2:22 pm

        Quite right about the Marxist rhetoric, The fact that the buzzwords are familiar the world over is no coincidence.

        The post 1940ish Arab/Muslim terrorist organizations (as well as the Cubans, Central Americans, US militants of the 60s, etc.) were trained in those guerilla tactics by the Marxists/Stalinists who refined them as well as funding and equipping the organizations.

        Specifically, the trainers were the secret organizations of the former Soviets who were sent out to infiltrate and destabilize the west. China has now taken on this role with a vengeance.

    AF_Chief_Master_Sgt in reply to Cleetus. | October 13, 2023 at 8:25 am

    I really don’t believe it has anything to do with morality.

    I believe it is a function of the human race that certain proposes themselves as an elite, ruling over all others, and using their people to achieve their own ends.

    What better way to enrich one’s self than to embezzle from state coffers and aid/relief money from do-good enablers?

    The military hardware complex makes a shït ton of money for the unrest in Ukraine, Afghanistan, “Palestine,” and every where else. Politicians reap the benefit of this through “political donations” (read graft), state leadership also line their pockets when they get their “Mr. 10%.”

    These people have no morals.

    Virginia42 in reply to Cleetus. | October 13, 2023 at 9:29 am

    This is par for the course with the Arabs (especially the Paleostinians). They’ve done this for decades, going back to the 70s and 80s. The Palis continue to be a group that lionizes those who murder civilians and they haven’t changed.

    randian in reply to Cleetus. | October 13, 2023 at 10:48 am

    Just how does that work?

    That’s standard Islamic morality, or what passes for such in Islam. Muslims have the right and obligation to conquer you, and you have no right to interfere with that conquest because that is unjust.

Hamas starts a war by committing atrocities on par with Nazi Germany and thinks it can engage in further war crimes by using the population that placed them in power as a shield and whining about Israeli “violence”? When in the history or warfare would or should this deter any country engaged in a self-defensive war?

Gaza is about as big as Washington DC, walking from the north to the south probably takes a few hours. 24 hours is plenty of time.

    Gosport in reply to geronl. | October 13, 2023 at 2:34 pm

    Indeed, and you’d think simply walking across the southern border into the welcoming arms of their brother Muslims the Egyptians would be a snap. But no, Egypt closed that border months ago trapping the Gazans in Gaza.

    Why? Because Hamas is a direct descendant of the Muslim Brotherhood, which Egypt chased out and banned decades ago (as have Saudi and the UAE). Egypt doesn’t want Muslim Brotherhood Part II in their country, and properly so. They are not alone in that as to this point no other country has offered to take the Gazans/Hamas in either,

    While I’m on that topic, anyone else notice the almost complete silence by the Palestinian Authority lately? It’s not because they are shy.

The plan makes sense, Israel announces it will sweep through destroying stuff and that presumably motivates Hamas to stay and defend while motivating civilians to leave; except civilians won’t be permitted to leave.

    randian in reply to rhhardin. | October 13, 2023 at 10:52 am

    except civilians won’t be permitted to leave

    Who says they want to? Remember that supporting the mujahideen is an obligation in Islam. Whether you do so via money (often laundered through “charities”), propaganda, or fighting yourself is your call, but you will support them if you are the least bit devout.

A Jewish person was stabbed in China

    Also, ‘Suspect allegedly yelled ‘Allahu Akbar’ before fatally stabbing teacher, injuring 2 others in France knife attack.”

Israel tried owning and administering Gaza. That failed.

Israel tried leaving Gaza along. That also has failed.

There is one option left — Israel removes all the Palestinians from Gaza.

This would be similar to what the Allies did to the ethnic Germans in Pomerania, Bohemia, Moravia, and Prussia after World War II — you Germans are on the wrong side of the newly drawn lines; pack your bags and get the hell out. It wasn’t at all pretty and there were plenty of wrongs committed, but the Germans had started an aggressive war and had committed terrible atrocities and genocide, so there was no sympathy for them. And the one thing you don’t hear about today is the pining of Germans for the old country in the east.

This would be the same for Gaza — Hamas has committed terrible atrocities in a war that they started. Remove the Palestinians — all 1.5 million of them — and throw them into the West Bank. Sure, you’ll have problems there (Fatah and Hamas will have one heck of a civil war), but in a generation, when Israel has made Gaza sparkle, you won’t hear one word about the poor Palestinians who used to live there.

Is my solution rude, crude and nasty? Perhaps. But I live in the real world, and Hamas has now exceeded my ability to be civil.

    CommoChief in reply to stevewhitemd. | October 13, 2023 at 4:58 pm

    You are correct, IMO. There doesn’t seem to be another realistic option. Like locking away a convict for life if nothing else it precludes his ability to harm the general public. Same for reclaiming Gaza and relocation of the current population. A population that everyone understands has been completely indoctrinated into a hostile worldview of Jews, Israel and the West from which they probably can’t be turned. If nothing else this action would remove the overwhelming majority of the threat from Gaza while also serving as a powerful object lesson for the West Bank and Hezbollah among others. If those entities refuse to learn and take the path of Hamas their turn will also come.

(Fatah and Hamas will have one heck of a civil war),

So you are saying it’s not all bad? 😉

Maybe Israel shouldn’t give the Palestinians warnings anymore?