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Israeli Military Discreetly Withdraws All Ground Troops Except One Brigade in Wake of Iranian Vow to Retaliate

The Israeli military has discreetly withdrawn all ground troops with the exception of one brigade with the occupation entity’s brutal war on Gaza entering its seventh month. 

The sudden evacuation comes in the wake of Iran’s vow to retaliate after the Israeli regime killed nine military personnel in their bombing of the Iranian consulate in Damascus last week. 

The US and other negotiators were allegedly expected to join representatives of “Israel” and the 

Palestinian Resistance in yet another push for a “ceasefire and hostage release deal.”

According to Egyptian media sources, CIA Director Bill Burns and Qatari Prime Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman bin Jassim Al-Thani were to join Egyptian mediators for Sunday’s “indirect” talks between “Israel” and the Palestinian Resistance delegations. 

The Palestinian resistance has also confirmed that its core demands include a complete ceasefire in Gaza and the withdrawal of Israeli forces. 

“Israel,” also confirmed the death of four of its commandos after being tackled by Palestinian fighters in Gaza’s Khan Younis. This comes as UNICEF said that 600,000 children in Rafah are starving and in fear of a planned “Israeli” ground invasion of the city. 

The Israeli regime has killed more than 33,000 people since October 7, 2023, mostly women and children, and has injured more than 70,000 while imposing a crippling blockade of medical and food aid into the Strip.

Almost all of Gaza’s 2.2 million people are now on the brink of famine and internally displaced with the Israeli regime destroying over 84% of Gaza’s infrastructure.

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