Kumekucha: Vikosi vya Israel vyawataka wakazi wa Rafah kuhama wakati vikijianda kushambulia

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The Israel Defense Forces has begun calling on residents of eastern Rafah to evacuate to a new, expanded humanitarian zone ahead of a major military offensive in the city, the final Hamas bastion in Gaza, the army announced on Monday morning.

The IDF has marked out two evacuation zones: An expansion of the Al-Mawasi zone along the central-southern Gazan coastline, and Khan Yunis. Monday’s message directs noncombatants to the expanded area in Al-Mawasi, which includes field hospitals, tents and increased amounts of food, water, medicine and other supplies.

The Cabinet decided on the evacuation on Sunday night, with Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant informing U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin of the decision overnight. The initial evacuation area reportedly contains around 100,000 people.

Gallant told Austin of “the many efforts that the State of Israel is making to reach an [agreement] for the release of hostages and a temporary ceasefire, and said that at this stage Hamas refuses any proposal that would allow this,” according to a readout of the call provided by Gallant’s office.

The Israeli defense minister emphasized that “there was no choice left and this meant the start of the Israeli operation in Rafah.”

“Gallant thanked the secretary of defense for the close cooperation, and emphasized that the United States has an important role in advancing dialogue for the release of the hostages held captive by Hamas,” his office added.

For his part, Austin “reaffirmed his commitment to the unconditional return of all hostages and stressed the need for any potential Israeli military operation in Rafah to include a credible plan to evacuate Palestinian civilians and maintain the flow of humanitarian aid,” according to the Pentagon’s readout of the phone call.

Austin also “reiterated the United States’ commitment to supporting Israel’s defense.”

In addition, the IDF said that it is working with international organizations and other countries to increase the level of humanitarian aid entering the Strip.

“In accordance with the approval of the political echelon, the IDF calls on the population [of Rafah], which is under the control of Hamas, to temporarily evacuate from the eastern neighborhoods of Rafah to the expanded humanitarian space. This matter will progress in a gradual manner according to ongoing situation assessments,” the IDF said.

The Israeli military said that it was conveying the evacuation message via announcements, text messages, phone calls and media broadcasts in Arabic.

IDF Arabic-language spokesman Lt. Col. Avichay Adraee tweeted an “urgent appeal” on Monday morning to residents and displaced people in the Al-Shouka municipality and the Al-Salam, Al-Jeneina and Al-Byouk neighborhoods in the Rafah area to evacuate immediately to the humanitarian zone in Al-Mawasi.

“The IDF will work with extreme force against the terrorist organizations in the area where you reside, as it has done so far. Anyone who is close to terrorist organizations puts his life and the life of his family at risk,” Adraee wrote.

He also warned residents not to return to areas north of the Wadi Gaza, such as Gaza City, which he described as a “dangerous combat zone,” or to approach the eastern and southern security fences.

Monday’s evacuation notice comes after three IDF soldiers were killed and at least three others seriously wounded on Sunday when Hamas terrorists fired 14 mortar shells from the Rafah area of southern Gaza at Kibbutz Kerem Shalom.

The Israeli Air Force subsequently attacked Hamas targets in Rafah, in the areas from which the missiles were fired.

The Kerem Shalom crossing is currently closed to the passage of humanitarian aid trucks as a result of the attack, according to the IDF.

Jerusalem says going into Rafah is essential to winning the war, given that four of the final six Hamas battalions—comprising thousands of gunmen—are entrenched there. If the Rafah operation does not move forward, Israel has warned that Hamas will regroup and threaten Israel again. The terrorist group has pledged many repeats of the atrocities committed on Oct. 7.

In a condolence message to the families of the soldiers killed in Sunday’s rocket attack, Israel’s Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich warned that “the delay in entering Rafah is costing us a lot of blood.”

He went on to say that, “The Nazis in Gaza are counting on the continuation of the Oslo approach, and will continue to harm our soldiers and citizens. The IDF must enter Rafah today and defeat the enemy.”
 
safari hii wapalestina wanahama wenyewe maana wamechoka kuendelea kuwa ngao ya kuyaking magaidi ya hamas dah myahudi mtu mbad sana unapomchokoza soon kilio kikubwa kinaenda kusikika kutoka kwa wapalestina wa masjid traqo
 
safari hii wapalestina wanahama wenyewe maana wamechoka kuendelea kuwa ngao ya kuyaking magaidi ya hamas dah myahudi mtu mbad sana unapomchokoza soon kilio kikubwa kinaenda kusikika kutoka kwa wapalestina wa masjid traqo
Muisrael mweusi anawasema Wapelistina 😀
Hamna kipindi Wapestina wamekuwa kitu kimoja kama sasa hivi mabasha zako walikuwa wanadhani wakiwauwa raia wasiyokuwa na hatia watawachukia Hamas ajabu waoenda haki wote duniami mpaka wanafunzi wa Marekani na Ulaya wote ni Hamas.
 
Muisrael mweusi anawasema Wapelistina 😀
Hamna kipindi Wapestina wamekuwa kitu kimoja kama sasa hivi mabasha zako walikuwa wanadhani wakiwauwa raia wasiyokuwa na hatia watawachukia Hamas ajabu waoenda haki wote duniami mpaka wanafunzi wa Marekani na Ulaya wote ni Hamas.
bado hujabweka utabweka sana....... bado hujatukana utatukana sana....... wakati huo huo soma hapo chini magaidi kiunyooonge yanasema........

Hamas says group to continue truce talks despite Rafah evacuation​

A spokesman has said the Palestinian group would continue negotiations for a truce in Gaza despite Israel asking people to evacuate from Rafah in the south, which has triggered widespread global alarm.
“We will continue the negotiations positively and with an open heart,” Abdul Latif al-Qanou told AFP.
He reiterated that an agreement was needed “for a permanent ceasefire and the fulfilment of the demands of our people”. Israel has publicly rejected a ceasefire.
 
Hi Rafah iko pande zipi maana naitafuta kwenye ramani siioni
 
Al mujahideen wa kwa mpalange na allah wao siwaoni baada ya Hamas kuingia kwenye mfumo kizembe

Baada ya hii vita kwisha watu wa gaza watajikuta wanamiliki eka mbili na robo za eneo la gaza.
 
bado hujabweka utabweka sana....... bado hujatukana utatukana sana....... wakati huo huo soma hapo chini magaidi kiunyooonge yanasema........

Hamas says group to continue truce talks despite Rafah evacuation​

A spokesman has said the Palestinian group would continue negotiations for a truce in Gaza despite Israel asking people to evacuate from Rafah in the south, which has triggered widespread global alarm.
“We will continue the negotiations positively and with an open heart,” Abdul Latif al-Qanou told AFP.
He reiterated that an agreement was needed “for a permanent ceasefire and the fulfilment of the demands of our people”. Israel has publicly rejected a ceasefire.
Mazungumzo yapo wazi na msimamo wa Hanas upo wazi kama Israel hawataki kutoa jeshi basi waingie Rafah.

🇵🇸HAMS KWA ISRAEL: UTAJUTA KUVAMIA RAFAH

Taarifa Rasmi ya Hamas:

"Hatua zilizochukuliwa na jeshi la kigaidi katika maandalizi ya shambulio dhidi ya mji wa Rafah, ambao umejaa wakazi wapatao milioni moja na nusu na watu waliokimbia makazi yao, na onyo lake kwa watu kuondoka maeneo ya mashariki mwa mji huo. mashambulizi ya mara kwa mara ya anga na mizinga, ambayo yaliacha mauaji ya raia wasio na hatia, jinai ambayo inathibitisha sisitizo la serikali ya gaidi Netanyahu ya kuendeleza vita vya maangamizi.

Dhidi ya watu wetu.

Operesheni yoyote ya kijeshi huko Rafah, haitakuwa picnic kwa jeshi la uvamizi la fashisti, na upinzani wetu shupavu, unaoongozwa na Brigedi za Qassam, umejitayarisha kikamilifu kuwalinda watu wetu, kumshinda adui huyu, kuharibu mipango yake, na kuzuia malengo yake.

Tunatoa wito kwa jumuiya ya kimataifa kuchukua hatua za haraka kukomesha uhalifu huo unaotishia maisha ya mamia kwa maelfu ya raia wasio na ulinzi wakiwemo watoto, wanawake na wazee.

Pia tunatoa wito kwa mashirika na mashirika ya kibinadamu, yanayoongozwa na UNRWA, kubaki katika maeneo yao katika mji wa Rafah na kutouacha, au kutii matakwa ya uvamizi wa kifashisti."


Hafafu wewe punguani unakuja na uharo unawesemea Hamas.
Chanzo: Hamas Rasmi tg




View: https://x.com/marionawfal/status/1787454652931264898?s=46&t=mTROWpaJUT8H393JMgWOvw
 
The Israel Defense Forces has begun calling on residents of eastern Rafah to evacuate to a new, expanded humanitarian zone ahead of a major military offensive in the city, the final Hamas bastion in Gaza, the army announced on Monday morning.

The IDF has marked out two evacuation zones: An expansion of the Al-Mawasi zone along the central-southern Gazan coastline, and Khan Yunis. Monday’s message directs noncombatants to the expanded area in Al-Mawasi, which includes field hospitals, tents and increased amounts of food, water, medicine and other supplies.

The Cabinet decided on the evacuation on Sunday night, with Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant informing U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin of the decision overnight. The initial evacuation area reportedly contains around 100,000 people.

Gallant told Austin of “the many efforts that the State of Israel is making to reach an [agreement] for the release of hostages and a temporary ceasefire, and said that at this stage Hamas refuses any proposal that would allow this,” according to a readout of the call provided by Gallant’s office.

The Israeli defense minister emphasized that “there was no choice left and this meant the start of the Israeli operation in Rafah.”

“Gallant thanked the secretary of defense for the close cooperation, and emphasized that the United States has an important role in advancing dialogue for the release of the hostages held captive by Hamas,” his office added.

For his part, Austin “reaffirmed his commitment to the unconditional return of all hostages and stressed the need for any potential Israeli military operation in Rafah to include a credible plan to evacuate Palestinian civilians and maintain the flow of humanitarian aid,” according to the Pentagon’s readout of the phone call.

Austin also “reiterated the United States’ commitment to supporting Israel’s defense.”

In addition, the IDF said that it is working with international organizations and other countries to increase the level of humanitarian aid entering the Strip.

“In accordance with the approval of the political echelon, the IDF calls on the population [of Rafah], which is under the control of Hamas, to temporarily evacuate from the eastern neighborhoods of Rafah to the expanded humanitarian space. This matter will progress in a gradual manner according to ongoing situation assessments,” the IDF said.

The Israeli military said that it was conveying the evacuation message via announcements, text messages, phone calls and media broadcasts in Arabic.

IDF Arabic-language spokesman Lt. Col. Avichay Adraee tweeted an “urgent appeal” on Monday morning to residents and displaced people in the Al-Shouka municipality and the Al-Salam, Al-Jeneina and Al-Byouk neighborhoods in the Rafah area to evacuate immediately to the humanitarian zone in Al-Mawasi.

“The IDF will work with extreme force against the terrorist organizations in the area where you reside, as it has done so far. Anyone who is close to terrorist organizations puts his life and the life of his family at risk,” Adraee wrote.

He also warned residents not to return to areas north of the Wadi Gaza, such as Gaza City, which he described as a “dangerous combat zone,” or to approach the eastern and southern security fences.

Monday’s evacuation notice comes after three IDF soldiers were killed and at least three others seriously wounded on Sunday when Hamas terrorists fired 14 mortar shells from the Rafah area of southern Gaza at Kibbutz Kerem Shalom.

The Israeli Air Force subsequently attacked Hamas targets in Rafah, in the areas from which the missiles were fired.

The Kerem Shalom crossing is currently closed to the passage of humanitarian aid trucks as a result of the attack, according to the IDF.

Jerusalem says going into Rafah is essential to winning the war, given that four of the final six Hamas battalions—comprising thousands of gunmen—are entrenched there. If the Rafah operation does not move forward, Israel has warned that Hamas will regroup and threaten Israel again. The terrorist group has pledged many repeats of the atrocities committed on Oct. 7.

In a condolence message to the families of the soldiers killed in Sunday’s rocket attack, Israel’s Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich warned that “the delay in entering Rafah is costing us a lot of blood.”

He went on to say that, “The Nazis in Gaza are counting on the continuation of the Oslo approach, and will continue to harm our soldiers and citizens. The IDF must enter Rafah today and defeat the enemy.”
Benjamin netanyahuu linapokuja swala usalama wa israel huwa hacheki na kima hamas walijikosea sana kupapasa tako la simba
 
Miezi zaidi ya saba sasa mabwana zenu wapigana na watoto na wagonjwa leo hii wanakaa meza moja na Hamas na mateka wote wapo chini ya Hamas.
Hatuangalii mshindi wa vita na dunia nzima hawaangalii mshindi Bali maisha ya watoto na mama zao maisha wanayoishi ndani ya Gaza.
 
The Israel Defense Forces has begun calling on residents of eastern Rafah to evacuate to a new, expanded humanitarian zone ahead of a major military offensive in the city, the final Hamas bastion in Gaza, the army announced on Monday morning.

The IDF has marked out two evacuation zones: An expansion of the Al-Mawasi zone along the central-southern Gazan coastline, and Khan Yunis. Monday’s message directs noncombatants to the expanded area in Al-Mawasi, which includes field hospitals, tents and increased amounts of food, water, medicine and other supplies.

The Cabinet decided on the evacuation on Sunday night, with Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant informing U.S. Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin of the decision overnight. The initial evacuation area reportedly contains around 100,000 people.

Gallant told Austin of “the many efforts that the State of Israel is making to reach an [agreement] for the release of hostages and a temporary ceasefire, and said that at this stage Hamas refuses any proposal that would allow this,” according to a readout of the call provided by Gallant’s office.

The Israeli defense minister emphasized that “there was no choice left and this meant the start of the Israeli operation in Rafah.”

“Gallant thanked the secretary of defense for the close cooperation, and emphasized that the United States has an important role in advancing dialogue for the release of the hostages held captive by Hamas,” his office added.

For his part, Austin “reaffirmed his commitment to the unconditional return of all hostages and stressed the need for any potential Israeli military operation in Rafah to include a credible plan to evacuate Palestinian civilians and maintain the flow of humanitarian aid,” according to the Pentagon’s readout of the phone call.

Austin also “reiterated the United States’ commitment to supporting Israel’s defense.”

In addition, the IDF said that it is working with international organizations and other countries to increase the level of humanitarian aid entering the Strip.

“In accordance with the approval of the political echelon, the IDF calls on the population [of Rafah], which is under the control of Hamas, to temporarily evacuate from the eastern neighborhoods of Rafah to the expanded humanitarian space. This matter will progress in a gradual manner according to ongoing situation assessments,” the IDF said.

The Israeli military said that it was conveying the evacuation message via announcements, text messages, phone calls and media broadcasts in Arabic.

IDF Arabic-language spokesman Lt. Col. Avichay Adraee tweeted an “urgent appeal” on Monday morning to residents and displaced people in the Al-Shouka municipality and the Al-Salam, Al-Jeneina and Al-Byouk neighborhoods in the Rafah area to evacuate immediately to the humanitarian zone in Al-Mawasi.

“The IDF will work with extreme force against the terrorist organizations in the area where you reside, as it has done so far. Anyone who is close to terrorist organizations puts his life and the life of his family at risk,” Adraee wrote.

He also warned residents not to return to areas north of the Wadi Gaza, such as Gaza City, which he described as a “dangerous combat zone,” or to approach the eastern and southern security fences.

Monday’s evacuation notice comes after three IDF soldiers were killed and at least three others seriously wounded on Sunday when Hamas terrorists fired 14 mortar shells from the Rafah area of southern Gaza at Kibbutz Kerem Shalom.

The Israeli Air Force subsequently attacked Hamas targets in Rafah, in the areas from which the missiles were fired.

The Kerem Shalom crossing is currently closed to the passage of humanitarian aid trucks as a result of the attack, according to the IDF.

Jerusalem says going into Rafah is essential to winning the war, given that four of the final six Hamas battalions—comprising thousands of gunmen—are entrenched there. If the Rafah operation does not move forward, Israel has warned that Hamas will regroup and threaten Israel again. The terrorist group has pledged many repeats of the atrocities committed on Oct. 7.

In a condolence message to the families of the soldiers killed in Sunday’s rocket attack, Israel’s Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich warned that “the delay in entering Rafah is costing us a lot of blood.”

He went on to say that, “The Nazis in Gaza are counting on the continuation of the Oslo approach, and will continue to harm our soldiers and citizens. The IDF must enter Rafah today and defeat the enemy.”
Yaani Israel bado inajinyeanyea tu mwaka unaisha hawana lolote la maana walifanya zaidi ya kubomoa majumba na kuua raia wasiokuwa na silaha
 
Mazungumzo yapo wazi na msimamo wa Hanas upo wazi kama Israel hawataki kutoa jeshi basi waingie Rafah.
🇵🇸HAMS KWA ISRAEL: UTAJUTA KUVAMIA RAFAH
Taarifa Rasmi ya Hamas:
"Hatua zilizochukuliwa na jeshi la kigaidi katika maandalizi ya shambulio dhidi ya mji wa Rafah, ambao umejaa wakazi wapatao milioni moja na nusu na watu waliokimbia makazi yao, na onyo lake kwa watu kuondoka maeneo ya mashariki mwa mji huo. mashambulizi ya mara kwa mara ya anga na mizinga, ambayo yaliacha mauaji ya raia wasio na hatia, jinai ambayo inathibitisha sisitizo la serikali ya gaidi Netanyahu ya kuendeleza vita vya maangamizi.
Dhidi ya watu wetu.
Operesheni yoyote ya kijeshi huko Rafah, haitakuwa picnic kwa jeshi la uvamizi la fashisti, na upinzani wetu shupavu, unaoongozwa na Brigedi za Qassam, umejitayarisha kikamilifu kuwalinda watu wetu, kumshinda adui huyu, kuharibu mipango yake, na kuzuia malengo yake.
Tunatoa wito kwa jumuiya ya kimataifa kuchukua hatua za haraka kukomesha uhalifu huo unaotishia maisha ya mamia kwa maelfu ya raia wasio na ulinzi wakiwemo watoto, wanawake na wazee.
Pia tunatoa wito kwa mashirika na mashirika ya kibinadamu, yanayoongozwa na UNRWA, kubaki katika maeneo yao katika mji wa Rafah na kutouacha, au kutii matakwa ya uvamizi wa kifashisti."
Hafafu wewe punguani unakuja na uharo unawesemea Hamas.
Chanzo: Hamas Rasmi tg

View: https://x.com/marionawfal/status/1787454652931264898?s=46&t=mTROWpaJUT8H393JMgWOvw

maneno ya hamas ni maneno ya kwenye khanga hayo wapalestina vifo vyao sasa ni zaidi ya 34,000 na wakizidi kushupaza shingo idadi itafika 50,000+ huku wao wakibwabwaja na kuendelea kuimba taarab uzuri myahudi hacheki na kima jino kwa jino
 
Miezi zaidi ya saba sasa mabwana zenu wapigana na watoto na wagonjwa leo hii wanakaa meza moja na Hamas na mateka wote wapo chini ya Hamas.
Leo ngoja niwe Neutral ili nisitukanwe na mimi
Wakati huo huo kaskazin ishachukuliwa na israel. Na israel inasema hao mateka kaeni nao tu hata mkiwaachilia vita ipo pale pale.
Hakuna hamas kaskazin bado rafa wakimaliza rafa. Oder itakua inatolewa telaviv inafuatwa had rafa.
Halaf wanaenda lebanon kumalizana na hizbullah
 
Leo ngoja niwe Neutral ili nisitukanwe na mimi
Wakati huo huo kaskazin ishachukuliwa na israel. Na israel inasema hao mateka kaeni nao tu hata mkiwaachilia vita ipo pale pale.
Hakuna hamas kaskazin bado rafa wakimaliza rafa. Oder itakua inatolewa telaviv inafuatwa had rafa.
Halaf wanaenda lebanon kumalizana na hizbullah
Subiria mitusi toka kwa maustaadh ubwabwa
 
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