Israel raised to 203 the number of hostages that the terrorist group Hamas took to the Gaza Strip

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Israel raised the number of hostages from the Hamas terrorist group to 203

The Israeli chief military spokesman, Daniel Hagaristated that the number of dead israeli soldiers in the terrorist attack Hamas It amounts to 306 and that of 203 hostages kidnapped and held in the Gaza Strip.

“So far we have notified the families of 306 fallen soldiers and the families of 203 hostages. We feel the pain of the families and embrace them in these difficult times. "I want to clarify the number of hostages and focus on this issue that we are putting all efforts into, and treat it meaningfully and as a high national priority," Hagari said.

Hagari added that the Israel Defense Forces continue to search the area around Gaza and conduct checks and searches, while the Strip is still considered a war zone.

Hagari also stated that any attack by Hezbollah against Israel will be met with a significant response.

Bombings against targets in Lebanon

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reported that they are responding with artillery bombardment after two anti-tank guided missiles were fired from Lebanon at the northern community of Manara.

IDF says no one was injured in latest missile attack, apparently carried out by Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah.

The artillery bombardment is targeting the missile launch site, according to the IDF.

Rishi Sunak traveled to Tel Aviv to express his support for Israel after the terrorist attacks by the Hamas movement

British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak upon arrival at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, on October 19, 2023. EFE/EPA/ABIR SULTAN

The British Prime Minister, Rishi Sunakarrived this Thursday at Tel Aviv to meet with his Israeli counterpart, Benjamin Netanyahuand with the president, Isaac Herzogand express your support.

Minutes after his arrival, Sunak published a message on the X network (formerly Twitter) where he stressed that he was already in Israel, “a nation in mourning.”

“I mourn and stand with you against the evil that is terrorism, today and always,” said the British leader.

Before leaving for the region, one of his spokespersons indicated that during his meetings with Netanyahu and Herzog will defend the need to open a route for the entry of humanitarian aid into Gaza.

The British head of government also plans to meet with other leaders in various capitals in the region, although more details about the trip are not yet known.

“Every death of a civilian is a tragedy. “Too many lives have been lost following Hamas’ horrific act of terror,” Sunak said in a statement before leaving for Israel.

The European Union seeks to prevent polarization and hate crimes due to armed violence in the Middle East

The topic was proposed by Spain after the escalation of the conflict in the Middle East, which has caused 1,400 deaths in Israel and nearly 3,500 in Gaza, and which has coincided with the murder of a teacher in France and two Swedes in Brussels in terrorist attacks.

The European Union seeks to prevent polarization and hate crimes due to armed violence in the Middle East. (REUTERS/Yves Herman)
The European Union seeks to prevent polarization and hate crimes due to armed violence in the Middle East. (REUTERS/Yves Herman)

The interior ministers of the European Union (EU) will analyze this Thursday, for the first time since Hamas launched its terrorist offensive against Israelthe risk that violence in Middle East cause an increase in theradicalization and polarization” in the countries of the bloc that affects the National security.

The Israeli Army neutralized the founder of the female branch of the Hamas terrorist group in the Gaza Strip

Yamila Abdalá Taha al Shanti was the woman who ran in the highest position on the Change and Reform lists, made up mainly of terrorists, in the elections held in 2006, in which the armed group won.

The parliamentarian, 68, is the widow of Abdelaziz al Rantisi, co-founder of the Palestinian terrorist group with Sheikh Ahmed Yasín

The Israel Defense Forces (FDI) shot down this Thursday Jamila Abdullah Taha al Shanti, member of the Palestinian Legislative Council and founder of the women's branch of the Hamas terrorist groupin a new bombing perpetrated against the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli Defense Forces bombed positions of the terrorist group Hezbollah

The Army indicated that it was a “response” to the shooting against Israeli territory

The Israel Defense Forces bombed positions of the terrorist group Hezbollah. (AP)
The Israel Defense Forces bombed positions of the terrorist group Hezbollah. (AP)

He Israeli army announced this Thursday that it attacked several positions of the Lebanese terrorist group Hezbollah near the border with Israelincluding an observation post from where they launched anti-tank missiles the day before.

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