-Hamas’ proposal, the hostages will be released if Israel does not attack its targets.
Jerusalem/Tel Aviv (HS). After the attack on Israel by the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas on the 7th of this month, the clouds of war rising over the Gaza Strip are wreaking havoc. The Israeli army has carried out the heaviest bombardment on Gaza so far. Israel has fired mortars, rockets and missiles at more than 720 Hamas targets in the last 48 hours. More than 704 people have died in these attacks. These also include Hamas terrorists. Amidst this war, Hamas has put forward a new proposal to Israel. It said it would release the hostages if the attack was stopped. This information has been given in media reports.
Palestinian officials said thousands of people had been killed so far in the 19th day of the war. Meanwhile, Israel’s Defense Forces (IDF) have said that they have attacked more than 400 targets in the last 24 hours. A day before this, he destroyed more than 320 targets. This is the most intense air attack on Gaza in recent times. The Hamas-controlled Gaza Health Ministry said it was the highest number of deaths recorded in a single day in the war. Israel has carried out dozens of attacks. Apart from houses, he has targeted a refugee camp. At least 704 people were killed in these attacks.
The United Nations has expressed concern over the situation in Gaza. The Secretary General of the United Nations has said that 1,400 people were killed in Hamas’ attack on Israel on October 7. This was a terrible attack, but it is unfair to impose collective punishment on the citizens of the Gaza Strip for this. Meanwhile, the IDF has released an audio of Hamas. In this a family is being instigated to claim the murder of Jews. Some reports say diplomatic pressure has increased on Israel to delay a ground attack. But US President Joe Biden has made it clear that Israel can decide this on its own.
The IDF has said that Israeli forces have killed hundreds of armed terrorists who attacked soldiers in Jenin with airstrikes. Reports have claimed that Hamas is frightened by Israel’s attacks. Prominent Hamas leader Khaled Meshaal said on Tuesday that if Israel stops attacking targets linked to the terrorist group in the Gaza Strip, Hamas will free all the civilians held hostage on October 7.