Israel uses technology against terrorists; asks the UN to evacuate northern Gaza
In response to the Hamas invasion, Israel has 35 battalions surrounding Gaza and they use technology to identify members of the radical Islamist group.
We're going to catch everyone who was involved. We are using facial recognition technology through the videos they uploaded to networks and catch them alive or not alive, by air, land and by sea. They are terrorists who entered on Saturday and have not left,” declared Roni Kaplan, spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces for the Spanish-language press.
In a video conference with international media, he declared that on Wednesday they neutralized five radicals.
Separately, The UN announced that the Ministry of Defense and the Israeli army gave a period of 24 hours to evacuate 1.1 million Palestinians who are in the northern area of Gaza. Stéphane Dujarric, a United Nations spokesman, said the order applies to all UN staff. and to those sheltered in its facilities, which include schools and clinics.
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Meanwhile, the organization Human Rights Watch denounced the use of white phosphorus by the Israeli army in Gaza and Lebanon. It is a substance with a high risk of burns and lifelong damage.
THEY WILL USE VIRAL VIDEOS TO LOOK FOR TERRORISTS
The Israeli army is in a situation of war after the invasion of the terrorist group Hamas, which left 1,200 dead, said Lior Haiat, spokesman for the Israeli Foreign Ministry.
While, United Nations announced that the Ministry of Defense and the Israeli Army They gave a period of 24 hours to evacuate 1.1 million Palestinians who are in the northern part of the Gaza Strip.
In response to the counterattack offensive after the Hamas invasion last SaturdayIsrael has 35 battalions ready to act on the Gaza defense line.
Besides, They will use facial recognition technology and review the videos that the terrorist group itself made viral with scenes of the attacks to identify assailants, said Roni Kaplan, spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces. for the press in Spanish during a press conference with international media to which he had access Excelsior.
We're going to catch everyone who was involved. We are using facial recognition technology through the videos they uploaded to networks and catch them alive or not alive by air, land and sea. They are errorists who still entered on Saturday and have not left,” he declared.
Last Wednesday, the Israel Defense Forces They neutralized five radicals, he added.
Besides, So far there are no elements to establish that Hezbollah has participated in the attacks on its population, in support of Hamas.
At this moment Hezbollah has not entered the war which at this moment is against Hamas only; There is a maximum alert by the Israeli army in the north of the country, we have soldiers in each of the 22 towns on the border with Lebanon,” the officials agreed at the conference.
Regarding evacuation, UN spokesman Stéphane Dujarricexplained that the Israeli side had given a warning “just before midnight (local time)” with which the Palestinians had to evacuate a part of the enclave.
This is equivalent to approximately 1.1 million people. The same order applied to all United Nations personnel and those sheltered in UN facilities, including schools and health centres,” he said.
With information from DPA.
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The organization Human Rights Watch denounced the use of white phosphorus by the Israeli army in Gaza and Lebanon. It is a substance with a high risk of burns and lifelong damage.
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