Live updates on the Israel-Hamas conflict

Live updates on the Israel-Hamas conflict: Hundreds of Hamas fighters and Israeli forces engaged in fierce gun fights throughout the night in at least 22 different places.

In a quick and massive offensive launched on Saturday, the Palestinian militant group Hamas claimed responsibility for the deaths of over 600 Israelis and about 370 people in Gaza. In response to the assault, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to level Hamas’ lairs in Gaza.
Intense airstrikes on the coastal enclave caused the number of Palestinian deaths in Gaza to rise to a minimum of 232.

Hundreds of Hamas fighters and Israeli forces engaged in bloody fire engagements throughout the night in at least 22 different places throughout Israel. The Israeli army informed them that there were at least two locations where gunmen were holding hostages.

The army continued, “Terrorists rampaged and forcibly entered homes, resulting in the loss of civilian lives.” Gunshots or the more than 3,000 incoming missiles injured more than 1,000 people in Israel.

US help Amounts To “Aggression” Against Palestinians: After Washington ordered navy ships and warplanes closer to Israel on Sunday, the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas said that the United States’ plan to give more military help to Israel amounts to “aggression” against Palestinians.
Hamas, which on Saturday carried out the deadliest strike against Israel in history, claimed responsibility for the declaration that the US will send an aircraft carrier to support the occupation (Israel). “The announcement of the US that it will provide an aircraft carrier to support the occupation (Israel) is actually participation in the aggression against our people,” Hamas said.

US official confirms that several Americans were killed in Hamas attacks against Israel.
An American official acknowledged on Sunday that a number of Americans were killed in the unexpected strikes carried out by the Palestinian terrorist organization Hamas against Israel.
A representative for the US National Security Council stated, “We can confirm the deaths of several US citizens.” “We offer the families of everyone who was impacted and the victims our sincere condolences.

Israeli Army Reports Over 700 Dead In War With Hamas
According to an updated death toll released by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) on Monday, more than 700 Israelis have died since Hamas began its extensive onslaught on Israel.

Additionally, they reported that the onslaught, which started on Saturday morning, had injured 2,150 Israelis. On its official Twitter account, the IDF published the numbers on

Hamas attacks are described as a “serious and grave escalation” by the UAE.
On Sunday, the United Arab Emirates called the attacks by the Palestinian islamist group Hamas against Israeli cities a “serious and grave escalation.”

“Civilians on both sides must always have full protection under international humanitarian law and must never be a target of conflict,” the ministry stated.

The UAE broke with decades of Arab policy toward the Palestinian cause by becoming the first Gulf nation to normalize relations with Israel in 2020.

Israel Music Festival Site Attacked By Hamas: 260 Bodies Found
The Nature Party, which was held close to Kibbutz Re’im and close to Gaza, was attended by thousands of young people. It was one of the first places that Palestinian militants who entered Israel early on Saturday morning as part of the largest attack on the country in decades targeted.

Ukrainian Nationals Killed In Israel, Says Volodymyr Zelensky

President Volodymyr Zelensky said that two Ukrainian nationals had died in unrest in Israel and that more than 100 citizens had contacted the country’s embassy.

According to the Palestinian Islamic Jihad Group, 30 Israelis are being held captive. Ziad al-Nakhala, the leader of Islamic Jihad, claimed on Sunday that his organization was keeping more than 30 of the Israeli citizens who had been taken hostage in the Gaza Strip since Saturday as a result of Hamas’s terror attacks against Israel.

Al-Nakhala stated that the detainees won’t be returned “until all of our prisoners are released,” alluding to the thousands of Palestinians detained in Israeli jails.

President Zelensky said he spoke on Sunday to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and expressed “solidarity with Israel, which is enduring a brazen, large-scale attack”.

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