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Amid burning houses and the sound of nearby bombing, Argentine President Javier Milei visited the Nir Oz kibbutz on Thursday, attacked by Hamas on October 7, where he declared that Israel has the right to defend itself against “21st century Nazism.” Milei’s visit to Israel, his second trip abroad since assuming the presidency in December, began with the controversial announcement of a plan to move Argentina’s embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. This project was immediately celebrated by Israel and criticized by Hamas. On Thursday, the ultra-liberal president and his Israeli counterpart, Isaac Herzog, visited Nir Oz, walking its quiet streets and entering houses where traces of blood can still be seen.

from the Palestinian Islamist movement, which has ruled the Gaza Strip since 2007. During the attack, which lasted several hours, a quarter of the kibbutz’s approximately 400 residents were killed or kidnapped. In the community of farmers, There are also 18 people from Argentina living, of whom 12 were kidnapped. From Nir Oz, you can see some buildings in Khan Yunis, the main city in the south of Gaza, and where the noise of bombings and gunfire comes from: the fortress of the head of Hamas in Gaza, Yahya Sinuar. Seeing what was left of the kibbutz “shakes my soul” and is “a very powerful experience,” said Milei in front of a burned-out house, wearing a leather jacket, multi-pocket pants, and sports shoes, and surrounded by an alert security service. The leader also wore a medal with the inscription “Bring them home now” in solidarity with the group of relatives of the Israeli hostages.

“This is a clear terrorist, anti-Semitic act, and I say that this is 21st century Nazism,” declared the ultraliberal Argentine president in front of reporters. – “Legitimate defense”—”I came to condemn the terrorist acts” of Hamas, “to support Israel’s right to legitimate defense,” and “demand the release of all the captives,” said Milei, who arrived in Israel on Tuesday. During his visit to the kibbutz, the president was accompanied by Ofelia Roitman, 77, a captive of Argentine origin who was released during a week-long ceasefire at the end of November. At the entrance of his house lay a television screen torn from the wall of his room. Inside there were only beds, books in Spanish about tango or pre-Columbian art, a framed photo of Che Guevara, and from his bedroom to the door of the house, a lot of blood.

Onthe morning of October 7, Roitman was kidnapped and wounded in the arm. returning, he went through some operations Shortly after the visit of Milei, the ninth foreign leader in areas attacked by Hamas, air raid sirens were sounded along the border of the Gaza Strip, warning of the first rocket fire in the region in three days. On October 7, Hamas commandos infiltrated southern Israel, killing more than 1,160 people, mostly civilians, according to an AFP count based on official Israeli data. Islamist militants also kidnapped about 250 people, and some 132 remained in Gaza, including 29 believed to have died. In response, Israel launched a military offensive that killed 27,840 people in the Gaza Strip, mostly women, children, and teenagers.

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