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Israel-Hamas War: Israel targets Hamas tunnels while intensifying ground operation

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  • Israel killed many Hamas terrorists during ground action
  • Israel also targeted Hamas underground tunnel
  • Israel refuses any ceasefire

Israel-Gaza War: Israeli security forces killed several Hamas terrorists and targeted their underground tunnel during their ground operation in Gaza yesterday in the ongoing war against the Palestinian group Hamas. The government of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has intensified ground operations in Gaza and has ruled out any ceasefire. This war started after the Hamas terrorist attack on October 7 in which 1,400 people were killed in Israel.

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Israeli army attacked about 300 targets
Israel Defense Forces shared a post on “The fighting forces attacked around 300 targets, which included anti-tank missile posts, rocket launch posts, terrorist compounds inside underground tunnels.”

Israeli tanks seen advancing on outskirts of Gaza city: report
Meanwhile, according to reports, Israeli tanks were seen advancing on the outskirts of Gaza City yesterday. AFP quoted a witness as saying that the tanks entered the Zaytoun district on the southern edge of Gaza City. At the same time, PM Netanyahu said yesterday that there will be no ceasefire because it would mean surrender to Hamas. The US, an ally, had also objected to the ceasefire.

“The call for a ceasefire is a call for Israel to surrender to Hamas, to surrender to terrorism… This will not happen,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in a foreign briefing. “Fight until this battle is won.”

Hamas took at least 230 hostages
On October 7, Hamas fired rockets at Israel and their henchmen entered the Israeli border and openly opened fire on people and created havoc. During this period, Hamas terrorists killed civilians and took more than hundreds hostage. In response to this, the Israeli army is now giving a befitting reply to Hamas in the Gaza Strip. At least 230 hostages are still being held in the Gaza Strip – an important political currency for Hamas as many of them are foreign nationals.

Hamas put this condition to release the hostages
Hamas had earlier released four hostages, including two American citizens, and said a ceasefire was necessary to free the hostages. Along with this, Hamas had called for a prisoner exchange agreement in which the release of all Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails was demanded in exchange for all the hostages held in Gaza.

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