War in Israel – Heavy fighting in Gaza ++ Biden calls for a “pause”

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War in Israel – Heavy fighting in Gaza ++ Biden calls for a “pause”

There were heavy clashes between Israeli soldiers and Hamas fighters in the north of the Gaza Strip on Thursday evening. Meanwhile, US President Joe Biden spoke in favor of a “pause” to allow “prisoners” to leave the Gaza Strip – meaning the hostages kidnapped by Hamas. But thousands of foreigners also want to leave Gaza. You can read all the developments of the day in the live ticker.

  • The Israeli military said soldiers were present overnight encountered terrorist cells, who attacked with anti-tank missiles, explosives and hand grenades. There were long battles in which the soldiers received support from artillery and air power.

  • I think we need a break. A break means the prisoners have time to get out,” US President Biden said on Wednesday. The White House later explained that by “prisoners” Biden meant hostages kidnapped by the radical Islamist Palestinian organization Hamas.

  • According to Egypt, about 1,000 people are waiting in the disputed Gaza Strip 7,000 foreigners from 60 countries on their way out.

  • The UN Human Rights Office criticizes the Israeli Attacks on refugee camps in the Gaza Strip and may investigate war crimes.

You can read the current developments here in the live ticker!

Israel responded with attacks in the Gaza Strip after the worst massacre in its history, carried out by terrorists from Hamas and other extremist groups in the border area on October 7. Israeli television reported on Wednesday evening that according to the latest findings, around 3,000 terrorists were involved in the surprise attack.

At least seventeen Israeli soldiers have been killed since ground operations began in the Gaza Strip. Several of them were killed when their Namer tank was hit by a missile.

Source: Krone

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