Israel Palestine war Over 1200 People were Killed

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Israel Palestine war Over 1200 People were Killed

Israel Palestine war Over 1200 People were Killed

During a Jewish holiday, Hamas militants blew through a hardened border fence and gunned murdered citizens and troops in Israeli settlements along the Gaza border.

Stunned by the unprecedented assault on its territory, a distraught Israel unleashed a volley of missiles on Gaza.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared war as dead of Israeli civilians were strewn over the streets of Sderot in southern Israel. “We will exact vengeance on this wicked day.” “We will win this war, but the cost will be too high,” he warned.

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh said the assault would stretch from Gaza, home to 2.3 million Palestinians, to the West Bank and Jerusalem. He anticipated “victory” and pledged to continue “the battle to liberate our land and our prisoners languishing in occupation prisons.”

On Monday, Israel’s defence minister declared a ‘total siege’ on Gaza, with no electricity, food, or gasoline.

On Monday, Israeli military attempted to retake control of the Gaza Strip and evacuate civilians from the besieged border area, as the dead toll from the conflict with Hamas surpassed 1,200 by the third day of fighting.

More than 700 Israelis have been killed since Hamas launched its huge attack, according to the Israel Defence Forces (IDF). The Hamas rampage included an attack on a packed music event, from which authorities had evacuated over 260 bodies by Sunday.

On Monday, Israel’s military scouted the country’s south for Hamas fighters and guarded border fence breaches with tanks, as it bombarded the Gaza Strip from the air and gathered for a campaign that its prime minister claimed would destroy the militant group’s “military and governing capabilities.”

A 14-story structure housing Hamas offices was destroyed by airstrikes. According to the UN, thousands of people were injured, and 123,000 people were displaced in Gaza.

Hamas said its soldiers were still fighting outside Gaza and had seized more Israelis as recently as Monday morning.

Meanwhile, Israel’s military claimed to have targeted over 1,000 sites in Gaza. “Overnight, IDF fighter jets, helicopters, aircraft, and artillery struck over 500 Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorist targets in the Gaza Strip,” claimed the Israel Defense Forces in a statement.

The commander of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, which took part in the attack on Saturday, claimed to be holding more than 30 Israelis among dozens of detainees in Gaza. He stated that they would not be released until all Palestinian prisoners in Israeli custody were liberated.

As pro-Palestinian rallies erupt in the Middle East and worldwide, Britain, Canada, France, and Germany are among the nations boosting up security around potential Jewish targets.

Brazil, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, Nepal, Thailand, and Ukraine are among the countries reporting nationals dead, kidnapped, or missing.

According to Thailand’s authorities, a dozen Thai people were killed, nine were injured, and 11 more were kidnapped. On Monday, Nepal reported at least ten of its citizens had been murdered, and the cabinet will convene an emergency conference to consider how to evacuate thousands more who work and study there. Several US citizens have killed, according to a National Security Council spokeswoman on Sunday.

Hungary is now evacuating 110 additional Israelis, increasing the total number of persons evacuated from Israel to 325, including 46 children, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto stated in a Facebook post on Monday.

According to Polish authorities, three military jets transporting Poles from Israel landed in Warsaw on Monday morning.

As combat near Gaza continued, the British government announced it has amended its travel advice for Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories, advising against all but essential travel.

Several multinational airlines have halted flights to and from Tel Aviv. Flights to Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport have been cancelled by American Airlines, Air France, Lufthansa, and Ryanair.

Cathay Pacific Airways announced on Monday that its flights from Hong Kong to Tel Aviv would be cancelled on Tuesday. Cathay said it would provide more information before its next scheduled service on Thursday, October 12. On Monday, China’s Hainan Airlines cancelled flights between Shanghai and Tel Aviv. Aegean, Swiss, Austrian Airlines, Wizz Air, and Air Canada were among the other airlines that cancelled flights.

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