Israel responded with artillery fire to a series of shots fired from Lebanon amid the Hamas attack
Thailand confirmed 2 dead, 8 injured and 11 kidnapped in Hamas terrorist attack against Israel
The government of Thailand confirmed this Sunday the death of two of its citizens in Israel, while eight were injured and eleven were kidnapped by Hamas terrorists.
The Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, Parnpree Bahiddha-Nukaraconfirmed this morning in a press conference that eight people have been injured and 11 kidnapped and indicated that the Thai authorities "closely" follow the information they receive from Israel and the impact on Thai citizens who are there.
“The Thai Government gives priority to this matter and will do everything possible to protect Thai nationals", remarked the minister, condemning violence "in all its forms" and demanding the "cessation" of the clashes and the "immediate liberation of all civilians."
According to Thai authorities, some 29,000 citizens of this nation are in Israel, many of them workers in the agricultural sector near the Gaza Strip.
He prime minister of thailand He indicated that an Air Force plane, with capacity for 423 people, is prepared to fly to Israel in the event that it is necessary and the evacuation of its citizens is allowed.
The terrorist group Hezbollah took responsibility for the shots fired against Israel from southern Lebanon
The terrorist group Hezbollah took responsibility for the mortar fire fired from Lebanon against Israel, which responded with artillery fire.
According to a statement, the rebel group attacked three Israeli military sites in the disputed region of Mount Dovin which the Israel Defense Forces have not reported any injuries, according to the newspaper The Times of Israel.
The Israel Defense Forces They stated that they have carried out a drone attack against "Hezbollah infrastructure” in the area and, according to a military source, the place was a tent that the formation installed in Israeli territory months ago.
Hezbollah has largely stood by in previous fighting between Israel and Palestinian groups, only turning a blind eye to local factions operating from its territory in the south of the Lebanon.
Israel responded with artillery fire to a series of shots fired from Lebanon amid the escalation with Hamas
Israel responded this Sunday to an attack with gunfire launched from Lebanon, reported the Israeli army, which is in a state of maximum alert after the Hamas attack in the Gaza Strip and does not rule out confrontations on other fronts.
“Israel Defense Forces artillery is currently attacking the area of Lebanon from where a shooting took place"said a spokesperson for the Israeli Army.
The Army “has been taking preparatory measures for this type of possibility and will continue to operate in all regions and at any time necessary to ensure the safety of Israeli civilians,” he added.
The moment the Israeli Army destroys key targets of the Hamas terrorist group in the Gaza Strip
The Israel Defense Forces bombed during the early hours of this Sunday ten key objectives of the Hamas terrorist group in the Gaza Stripamong them high-rise buildings that housed operational infrastructure, banks and military installations of the Islamist group, the Israeli army reported in a statement.
"The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) attacked ten targets used by the terrorist organization Hamas to direct terrorism in the Gaza Strip against the State of Israel”reads the document.
Amnesty International called on Israeli and Palestinian authorities to “avoid further bloodshed”
The organization was “deeply alarmed” by the growing number of deaths in Gaza, Israel and the West Bank. They urged both parties to comply with the principles of International Humanitarian Law
The NGO International Amnesty (AI) denounced that they are “the civilians on both sides” who are paying the price of the new confrontation between Israel and Hamas and asked the Israeli and Palestinian authorities to avoid “a greater bloodshed” among the civilian population.
Israel's ambassador to Colombia asked Gustavo Petro to condemn the terrorist attacks on Israel
The official Gali Dagan assured that he firmly believes in the relations that exist between the two countries and that he expects a forceful statement on the violent acts perpetrated by Hamas.
After the Palestinian militant group Hamas attacked Israel from Gaza on the morning of this Saturday, October 7, with more than 5,000 rockets, President Gustavo Petro spoke in x (before Twitter) comparing the facts with the conflict that Russia is experiencing today with Ukraine. His words did not go down well with the Jewish community, which asked him to repudiate the attacks, as did the Israeli ambassador to Colombia, Gali Dagan.
The US Federal Aviation Administration warned about the risks in Israeli airspace
The US aviation authorities issued a special bulletin to pilots and airlines operating near Tel Avivurging to have “extreme caution”.
“Potentially dangerous situation - Israeli airspace"says the notice of the Federal Aviation Administration.
“Due to the ongoing conflict situation between Israel and Gaza, operators are advised to exercise extreme caution when operating within the Tel-Aviv flight information region,” the text states.
“Crews must remain in contact with air traffic control at all times,” the notice adds, highlighting the possibility of “airspace closures”.
The FAA notice follows a previous alert from the Israel Civil Aviation Authority which asks pilots and airlines to exercise extreme caution and to “calculate fuel accordingly.”
US senators will present a bill to support Israel with weapons and funds after the Hamas attack
The president of the Foreign Relations Committee, Ben Cardin, assured that the proposal seeks to give Israel “the necessary tools to defend itself.”
The president of US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Ben Cardinannounced this Saturday that it intends to promote a bill to give Israel “the tools needed to defend yourself” after one of the largest attacks from Gaza in the last 20 years.
Israel Defense Forces attack Hamas targets in Gaza
The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) reported that they are attacking targets of the Hamas terrorist group in the Gaza Strip.
“Preliminary: The IDF is now attacking targets of the Hamas terrorist organization in the Gaza Strip, more details below,” they wrote in a post on their X social media account. This same message was also shared by the Israeli Air Force.
A few hours earlier the IDF had explained that “after evaluating the situation, it was decided to issue a order to close military zone in Gaza Division area", so they have clarified that "Entering the area is strictly prohibited and they ask the public to be vigilant and not enter said region.”.
The latest balance places at least 300 the victims in Israel as a result of the Hamas ground and air offensive. To them we must add the thousands of injured and the dozens of Israelis captured by the terrorists
Relatives of those missing in terrorist attack against Israel go to DNA center near Tel Aviv
Dozens of relatives of people who disappeared in the terrorist attack against Israel are attending a center for missing persons operated by Israeli security forces near the Ben Gurion airportin the vicinity of Tel Aviv, Israeli media report.
Family members contribute items such as toothbrushes and other personal belongings of their missing loved ones to help provide DNA samples that could help identify them.
The israeli police asked families to contact the center with photographs and DNA samples of missing people.
Those in areas where they cannot leave their homes due to fighting between terrorists and Israeli troops were asked to call a special emergency telephone number to provide information and to go to a police station as soon as possible. possible.
Many of them have lost contact with their loved ones since the multi-pronged surprise attack on Israel began.
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