Israel-Hamas war: Palestinian workers stranded in Israel sent back to Gaza

Big news is there regarding the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. A lot of Palestinian workers have been stranded in Israel and sent back to Gaza. On this UN has said some words. The war between Israel and Hamas has today entered its 27th day. This is one of the biggest shocking that now after 3 days this war is going to complete its 1 month and till now there is no stopping the war. This was started on 7th October 2023. Now Israel has officially deported thousands of Palestinian people workers back to Gaza who have been stranded inside Israel from the time this war started.

Israel-Hamas War

Israel-Hamas war

Recently, it has been announced that the ground forces of Israel have now gone deeper into Gaza. However, it is not clear who is going to govern the densely populated enclave if Hamas is removed completely. Israel has officially announced that they have deported thousands of Palestine workers back to Gaza who have been in Israel since this war started. On 3rd November 2023, Friday, it was officially reported that Rafah which is on the Southern end of the strip has now seen a lot of men entering Gaza through the Karem Abu Salem crossing Israel and Southern Gaza borders as it is mostly used for the goods.

The people who were spotted entering Gaza walked almost 2 kilometers from Israel’s side of the burden and they did not have any phones, money, or identity cards. It has been reported that more than 3,200 people have been sent back to Gaza through the joint Israeli-Egyptian checkpoint. Israel has a lot of contact with Gaza, There are not going to be any more Palestinian workers from Gaza in Israel. This statement has been reported by the Israeli security council. To know more look at the next paragraph of this article.

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The workers from Gaza who have been in Israel since the first day of the war have now returned to Gaza. According to the reports, around 18,500 Gazans were holding world permits in Israel before this war started. Israel was struck back to the hard with the relentless bombing campaign which has killed more than 9,000 people and a lot of civilians. UN has recently claimed that they are very concerned right now. They are concerned because Israel has started sending Palestinian workers back to Gaza. More details are to be shared very soon, keep following techballad.

Prakash Israni
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