Israel enters Gaza to look for hostages
The Israeli army entered the Gaza Strip to try to rescue hostages taken by the Hamas terrorist group a week ago.
Infantry and armored forces participated in the raids, in which they managed to neutralize a cell of fighters that fired anti-tank missiles into Israeli territory. They also collected evidence that would help them find the captives, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reported yesterday in a statement.
Meanwhile, thousands of Palestinian families fled northern Gaza, after Israel asked to evacuate that area before a possible invasion of the enclave, where 2.3 million people live. In cars, cars pulled by donkeys or on foot, and carrying what little they can, they head towards the south of the Strip, although without much hope of leaving through the Israeli side or through the only crossing with Egypt.
“What does the world want from us? I am already a refugee in Gaza and they want me to leave again,” said Mohammed Khaled, a 43-year-old resident.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 70 people, mostly women and children, were killed in Israeli airstrikes on convoys fleeing Gaza City.
UN Secretary General António Guterres called on Israel to “avoid a humanitarian catastrophe” and asked for immediate access to the Strip to bring fuel, food and water.
At press time, the IDF reported that Murad Abu Murad, head of Hamas' air operations, was killed in bombings.
Israel enters Gaza to look for hostages
The army announced that it attacked terrorist cells in the area; They report that 70 people traveling in a caravan of displaced people died
JERUSALEM.— A week after the Hamas terrorist group invaded Israel, that country's army entered the Gaza Strip to search for hostages.
Infantry and armored forces were involved in the raids, the Israeli military said. The troops searched for hostages and
They collected evidence that would help them find the captives, according to a statement from the Israel Defense Forces.
The military also announced that it thwarted terrorist cells and infrastructure located in the area, including a Hamas cell that fired anti-tank missiles into Israeli territory.
The forces said they have also continued attacks on Hamas targets in Gaza.
We will fight like lions for our home. “We will never forgive and forget the barbarity of our enemies and we will not let anyone in the world forget the horrors inflicted on the Jewish people,” declared Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, 70 people, mostly women and children, were killed in Israeli airstrikes on three convoys fleeing Gaza City.
On Saturday, October 7, the terrorist group Hamas entered Israel in an attack that killed 1,300 people, most of them civilians. Of them, 258 were military.
“NO TO CATASTROPHE”
The Secretary General of the United Nations, António Guterres, called on Israel to “avoid a humanitarian catastrophe” and requested immediate humanitarian access to Gaza, to be able to bring fuel, food and water.
Civilians must be protected and not used as shields,” Guterres declared after the evacuation order for 1.1 million citizens residing in the Gaza Strip.
Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden reiterated his commitment to Israel.
“We cannot lose sight of the fact that the overwhelming majority of Palestinians had nothing to do with Hamas and Hamas's heinous attacks and are also suffering as a result,” Biden said yesterday during a visit to Philadelphia.
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