As the temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas, which began on the morning of November 24, continues, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with Israeli soldiers in the Gaza Strip. Addressing the soldiers, Netanyahu said, “We will continue until the end, until ‘victory’. No one will stop us,” Netanyahu said, reiterating the message that they will continue attacks on the region after the “humanitarian break”.
Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu traveled to the northern part of the occupied Gaza Strip, where he met with Israeli soldiers.
NETANYAHU MET WITH ISRAELI SOLDIERS
Netanyahu met with Israeli soldiers in northern Gaza, the Prime Minister’s Press Office said in a video statement.
“NO ONE WILL STOP US”
Addressing Israeli soldiers here, Netanyahu said, “We will continue until the end, until ‘victory’. No one will stop us,” he said.
REITERATING HIS MESSAGE THAT “WE WILL CONTINUE THE ATTACKS”
With this statement, Netanyahu reiterated the message that Israel will continue its attacks on Gaza after a “humanitarian pause” in the conflict.
SITUATION IN THE ISRAELI OCCUPATION OF GAZA
On the morning of October 7, Hamas’ armed wing, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, launched a comprehensive offensive to “respond to Israel’s continuous violations against the Palestinians and their holy sites, especially the Al-Aqsa Mosque”, while the Israeli army launched intense aerial bombardment of the Gaza Strip. It was announced that 1200 Israelis, including more than 310 soldiers, were killed and 5,132 people were injured in the attacks on October 7. According to the Israeli army, 70 Israeli soldiers have been killed in clashes in Gaza and 6 Israeli soldiers have been killed on the Lebanese border since October 7. According to Israel, the Kassam Brigades captured 239 Israelis on October 7. As part of the agreement reached between Hamas and Israel, 26 Israeli women and children and 78 Palestinian women and children were mutually released.