The leaders of three key UN organizations issued a warning on Monday, saying that Gaza desperately needs additional supplies or its desperate people will face widespread starvation and disease.
Health officials informed Reuters on Thursday that five Palestinians were killed in an Israeli airstrike on a car in the center Gaza Strip’s Al-Nusseirat refugee camp.
On Saturday, Netanyahu stated that it would take months to accomplish victory. According to numerous polls, his popularity has drastically decreased since Hamas’s surprise strike in October, which resulted in the bloodiest day in Israel’s 75-year history.
Israel said that the tunnel took years to build and cost millions of dollars. It had a communications network, drainage, power, and trains.
This came after demonstrations in Israel caused by the concern that the surviving captives’ families would lose their loved ones next.
Due to fuel shortages and Israeli bombs, only a small portion of Gaza’s hospitals are still open, and those that are are being more and more overloaded with newly arrived wounded.
Since the start of a ground operation in Gaza on October 27, Israeli troops have discovered 800 shafts connecting to Hamas’ extensive underground network of tunnels and bunkers, of which they have destroyed more than half, the military announced on Sunday.
There have already been 105 prisoners released by the Palestinian militants, who also freed 25 more who were not included by the truce agreement. These individuals were primarily Thai farm laborers.
During a break in hostilities between Israel and Hamas, five preterm babies were discovered dead at a Gaza City hospital, the health ministry headed by Hamas announced on Wednesday.
Netanyahu, according to the statement from his office, met with commanders and soldiers and was briefed on security matters.