The ground assault came hours after a short break in the fighting. Residents rushed outside their homes to take advantage of a five-hour “humanitarian truce” between Israel and Hamas requested by the United Nations. It was a brief respite on a day that began with mortar fire from Gaza and ended with the ground assault.That part of the report was deleted hours later. Hamas threats against reporters caused many examples of self-censorship, which the media of course barely covered until after the war.
During the lull, a group of men at a mosque in northern Gaza said they had returned to clean up the green glass from windows shattered in the previous day’s bombardment. But they could be seen moving small rockets into the mosque.
Here is another event from the Gaza war that Amnesty doesn't want you to know about. Because they aren't interested in violations of humanitarian law, they are interested in blaming Israel for imaginary violations of human rights law.