Israel and Hamas are at war after a sudden attack by a Palestinian group from Gaza on October 7, which killed 6,546 people in Palestine, 2,704 of them children, due to the Israeli bombardment that intensified, leaving 704 victims in the last 24 hours, according to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, since the beginning of the fight against a terrorist attack by Hamas that left 1,400 dead in Israel.
Fuel is scarce, and the breakdown of the health system in the Strip is complete, according to medical workers from Gaza. Meanwhile, Israel continues to plan its offensive on the ground, according to Netanyahu.
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Hamas-affiliated Aqsa Radio stated that one of its reporters, Doaa Ashraf, was killed in an Israeli airstrike in Gaza. The Israeli military had no immediate comment on the incident, according to Reuters.
The Israeli Army intercepted a new wave of airstrikes from southern Lebanon, where the Iranian-backed Lebanese Shiite militia party Hezbollah has a presence, within the framework of constant crossfire in the area as a result of Israel’s bombing of the Gaza Strip. “Air defense fighters have just intercepted an air-to-ground missile launched from Lebanese territory against an Israel Defense Forces drone,” he said in a statement on the social network of the shooting.
The United States House of Representatives, with a Republican majority, passed a resolution emphasizing support for Israel and asking the Palestinian Islamist group Hamas to stop its attacks against the Jewish State. This text was the first to be approved after the appointment of Republican Mike Johnson as the new “speaker”, as the president of the Lower House is known in English, ending the paralysis in which the institution has been since Republican Kevin McCarthy was fired on October 3.
Good evening. A minute-by-minute account of the progress of the war between Israel and Hamas continues here. Here you can read what happened this Wednesday.