Hamas: On Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that his nation will keep up its fight against Hamas despite its “painful losses”.
Al-Qassam Brigades, the armed wing of Hamas, declared on Wednesday that seven hostages, including three with foreign passports, had died as a result of Israel’s airstrikes on the Jabalia refugee camp on Tuesday.
When Hamas terrorists stormed Israeli cities on October 7, they killed 1400 people, including women and children, and took about 240 people hostage. Two Americans and three other civilians have been released by the group. An Israeli soldier has been freed from Hamas custody.
Israel declared on Wednesday that it had killed a Hamas commander with the airstrike. However, Hamas refuted claims that the attack claimed the lives of any of its military commanders. Fifty civilians were killed in the attack, according to the Palestinian authorities.
Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday that the country’s war against Hamas will continue despite “painful losses” on the ground inside Gaza.
“We have so many significant accomplishments, but also so many painful losses.” “We know that each of our soldiers represents an entire world,” Netanyahu said in a televised address after the army confirmed the deaths of at least 11 soldiers in ground fighting on Tuesday.
He went on to say, “We’re going to keep going until we win.”
Following an agreement mediated by Qatar, this country began releasing several foreign nationals and seriously injured individuals on Wednesday.
The Palestinian telecom operator Paltel announced today that internet and phone services were unavailable on Wednesday.
Israel has moved its ground forces into the Gaza Strip after weeks of bombardment. To eradicate Hamas from the face of the planet is the nation’s pledge.
Over 8500 Palestinians, including 3542 children, have died in Gaza as a result of Israel’s retaliatory attacks since October 7. This has led to a humanitarian crisis in the region. Furthermore, the nation has mainly prevented humanitarian aid from entering.