Gaza Strip: What is Gaza Strip, where Israel is attacking Hamas; How did this world’s largest open prison become? – What Is The Gaza Strip Why Is It Called The World’s Largest Open Prison
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The total area of Gaza Strip is only 365 square km. This area, which is among the smallest areas in the world, has now become a bloody battlefield. The Red Cross has expressed fear that the Gaza Strip could turn into a crematorium. Israeli soldiers are continuously attacking the Gaza Strip in retaliation against Hamas.
At the center of the violence is the Gaza Strip, one of the world’s most densely populated and impoverished areas. Israel has laid siege to the Gaza Strip since Monday. Following the orders of Defense Minister Yoav Gallant, electricity, food and water have all been stopped here. More than 2 million Palestinians living here without food and water are facing a double crisis. Those who are escaping Israel’s attacks are in danger of dying of hunger and thirst.
After all, is this the Gaza Strip? What is its history? Why is Gaza Strip the target in the ongoing war between Hamas and Israel? Why has the Gaza Strip been at the center of Israel-Palestine hostility? Who rules the Gaza Strip? What is the role of Hamas here? Why has it even been called an open jail? Let us know…