The Israeli army again today, Sunday, gave civilians in the Gaza Strip a “window” of a few hours to flee to the southern part of the coastal enclave.

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) stated that they will allow movement on the southbound road from 10 am to 2 pm (local time and Greek time), an Israeli army representative wrote on Platform X late yesterday.

The military also released a map showing the passage. The post, in Arabic, said, among other things, that “if you care about yourself and your loved ones, head south as per our instructions.”

The Israeli army has repeatedly called on residents in the north to move to the southern areas of the enclave. According to the military, at least 700,000 people have already done so.

New Israeli raid

At least 51 Palestinians were killed and dozens injured in an Israeli airstrike on Saturday night in Al Maghazi refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, according to the Palestinian WAFA news agency.

Among the victims are many women and children, as the Al Jazeera television network reports citing hospital sources.

So far there is no reaction from the Israeli Armed Forces (IDF) regarding the specific strike.