Netanyahu meets with families of those kidnapped in Gaza, anguished by the imminent new phase
The families of some of the hostages made an urgent call this Saturday to meet with Netanyahu and the Defense Minister amid fears for the safety of their loved ones as a new phase of the Israeli military operation in Gaza has been entered.
The Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahuis reunited with the families of the 229 kidnapped by the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas in the attack against Israel on the 7thhis Office reported this Saturday in a statement.
The families of some of the hostages made an urgent call this Saturday to meet with Netanyahu, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and the other members of the war cabinet, amid fears for the safety of their loved ones as they have been entered into a new phase of the Israeli military operation in Gazawith the intensification of bombings and the entry by land of infantry forces with tanks and mechanized units.
Last night was the worst since the start of Israel's war against Hamas, with massive bombardments targeting the Islamist group's tunnels and bunkers in the northern part of the enclave and the entry of ground troops.
Hamas already announced the day before that the bombings have already caused the death of at least 50 hostages.
A total of 7,703 people have died in Gaza and 18,967 have been injured by the bombings that Israel has carried out since a surprise Hamas raid on Israeli territory three weeks ago took the lives of 1,400 people. Another 229 were kidnapped and have remained in the hands of the Islamist group ever since.
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