- Israeli forces are advancing deeper into central and southern Gaza, engaging in intense clashes in Khan Yunis, the second-largest city in Gaza and the residence of Hamas leader Yayha Sinwar.
- Widespread displacement is occurring, with people seeking refuge in Rafah, a southern city near the Egyptian border. Unfortunately, Rafah is not entirely secure, as there are reports of isolated Israeli strikes in the area.
- Tensions are escalating in Jerusalem, particularly in the Old City. A planned march by right-wing Israeli Jews through the Muslim quarter was thwarted by the police due to concerns about potential violence.
- The situation in Rafah is dire, marked by overcrowding and strained resources, including shortages of food, water, and medical care.
- The Israeli military is actively searching for Hamas leaders, leading civilians to flee from the ongoing Israeli bombardment.
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