Israel-Hamas War: Israel has vowed to kill every member of Hamas from the Earth, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has forged an emergency government to direct war against Hamas in retaliation for an attack that killed 1,200. The government said that the group would be “wiped off the face of the Earth”.
“Every Hamas member is a dead man,” the veteran right-wing Israeli leader said, again likening the group to ISIS and promising: “We will crush them and destroy them as the world has destroyed Daesh…..CONTINUE READING HERE
Israel’s military said it was conducting a “large-scale strike” on targets belonging to Hamas in Gaza on Thursday. The move came as the Israeli military pounds Gaza to root out the Palestinian militant group Hamas, ahead of a possible ground offensive in the Palestinian coastal strip.
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India has launched Operation Ajay to ensure the return of its citizens from Israel. There are 18,000 Indians in the country. The first flight operation from Israel with Indian citizens will start today.
US President Biden said that US continues to monitor the situation in Israel very closely and he is observing that the terrorist attack by Hamas has brought back painful memories of a millennia of antisemitism and genocide against the Jewish people. He termed Saturday’s attack the “deadliest day” for Jews since the Holocaust.
“We continue to monitor the situation in Israel very closely, and the vice president and I and the bulk of my security team spoke with the Prime Minister, Netanyahu, again this morning,” Biden said.
The United States has advised its citizens to not travel to Gaza and to reconsider travel to Israel. The US State Department said it is exploring options to facilitate US citizens from Israel to other nearby countries.
In the midst of the war, Iran President Ebrahim Raisi and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman spoke for the first time. While Iran is accused by Israel of backing the Hamas, Saudi has clarified its stand against Israel. The two sides discussed the “need to end war crimes against Palestine”.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will arrive in Israel on Thursday, in a show show solidarity. Blinken will also visit Jordan, but but not visit the Israeli-occupied West Bank, where he ordinarily meets Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas.
The death toll in Gaza has risen to 1,200, with around 5,600 wounded, Palestinian media reported, citing Gaza’s health ministry.
Gaza’s southern neighbour Egypt has discussed letting humanitarian aid across the border but is against creating safe corridors for fleeing Palestinian refugees, Egyptian security sources said.
Israel has put Gaza under “total siege” to stop food and fuel from reaching the enclave of 2.3 million people, many poor and dependent on aid. Hamas media said electricity was cut after the only power station stopped working.
About 340,000 were homeless in Gaza, huddling in U.N.-designated shelters or shattered streets. Governments around the world have arranged repatriation flights from Tel Aviv as the war escalates…..CONTINUE READING HERE