Israel opened a humanitarian corridor to the southern Gaza Strip for three hours, reported newspaper The Jerusalem Post, citing a statement by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).
The Israeli army will not attack the Salah ad-Din highway from 10:00 to 13:00 local time (the same as Moscow time).
Earlier, the media reported about the shelling of Salah ad-Din. As a result, according to data Al Jazeera TV channel, 70 civilians were killed and another 150 were injured. The IDF denied the shooting accusations, pointing to adherence to international law.
On the morning of October 7, Hamas militants invaded Israel, accusing its authorities of oppression and violations of the rights of Palestinians. The militants attacked the border units of the Israeli army and entered populated areas, taking military and civilian hostages.
The Israel Defense Forces responded by launching Operation Iron Swords, initiating large-scale bombing of the Gaza Strip. The total number of deaths during the clashes exceeded 3,000 people.