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    “Israel Withdraws Ground Forces from Southern Gaza Following 6-Month Conflict”


    Israel Withdraws Troops from Southern Gaza After 6-Month Conflict

    Israel has announced the partial withdrawal of its ground forces from the southern Gaza Strip after six months of intense conflict sparked by attacks in October last year. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated that Israel is “one step away from victory” and reiterated that the fighting will continue until Hamas releases all hostages.

    While the withdrawal from southern Gaza has taken place, Israel maintains a “significant force” in other parts of the besieged Palestinian territory, ready to conduct precise intelligence-based operations.

    The recent developments come amidst ongoing truce talks in Cairo, where US, Qatari, and Egyptian mediators are working towards a ceasefire and the release of hostages. CIA chief Bill Burns and Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani are part of the discussions.

    The conflict, which has resulted in significant casualties and destruction, has drawn international concern. US President Joe Biden has expressed a desire for a ceasefire and an end to hostilities, emphasizing the need for humanitarian aid and civilian protection.

    The situation in Gaza remains dire, with hospitals struggling to cope, and widespread destruction impacting the lives of civilians. Calls for an immediate ceasefire and humanitarian assistance have intensified as the conflict enters a critical phase.

    Israel faces domestic pressure as well, with protests demanding political change and accountability. The conflict has also raised regional tensions, with Iran vowing retaliation for recent incidents involving its interests.

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