According to the United Nations, an estimated 1.7 million people in Gaza, around 80 percent of the population have been displaced by eight weeks of the Israel-Hamas war.
The Academy Award-winning actor's comments, made in response to the Israel-Hamas conflict at a pro-Palestinian rally last month, drew widespread criticism.
Israel said on Friday that 136 hostages remain in Gaza. They include 119 men and 17 women and children, according to military spokesperson Daniel Hagari.
With explosions audible and a dark column of smoke rising over northern Gaza. Israel's army said its warplanes were striking Hamas targets in the Palestinian territory.
Fighting resumed on Friday after the expiry of the temporary truce that saw Hamas release 80 Israeli hostages in exchange for 240 Palestinian prisoners.
Most of Gaza's population is now crammed into the south with no exit, raising questions over how an Israeli offensive there can avoid heavy civilian casualties.
Palestinian citizens have also reported intimidation, firings and expulsions from universities, as well as surveillance of their online speech by other civilians.
Since Gaza war began, violence against Palestinians has also surged in West Bank and gone virtually unnoticed
In nearly half of the settler attacks, Israeli security forces either “accompanied or actively supported the attackers”, according to the UN.
10 Israeli hostages — 9 women and a 17-year-old girl — and 2 Thais were handed over to the Red Cross in Gaza and were back in Israeli territory, the military said.
The pause in fighting has allowed more aid to reach Palestinians struggling to survive with shortages of water and other essentials. Israel had placed Gaza under near-total siege.
The aid trucks that have been allowed in during this period represent only 14% of the monthly volume of commercial goods and humanitarian aid that was being delivered to Gaza prior to the war.
The cease-fire, brokered by Qatar and the United States, is the first extended break in fighting since the war began. , Hamas is to release at least 50 Israeli hostages, and Israel 150 Palestinians.
Israel on Saturday denied that it had violated the truce agreement and vowed to continue the war to eliminate Hamas when the pause in fighting ends.
During the four-day truce, Hamas is expected to free a total of 50 Israeli hostages, some of them dual nationals, in exchange for 150 Palestinian prisoners.
Al-Shifa, the largest hospital in Gaza, was a key focus for the Israeli military, which claims Hamas used a tunnel complex under the compound to stage attacks, without providing evidence so far.
The release of the Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails came just hours after two dozen hostages, including 13 Israelis, were released from captivity in Gaza.
On Friday, the first day of the truce, Hamas released 24 hostages, including 13 Israelis, while Israel in turn freed 39 women and children from its prisons.
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The truce spells temporary relief for Gaza's two million-plus residents after seven weeks of sustained Israeli bombardment and a 'total siege' imposed by the far-right Netanyahu government.
Israeli prison authorities confirmed 39 inmates had been released, describing them as "the first group of detainees freed under the plan to bring the hostages home".