Prime Minister Of Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu said ‘We are at War,’ after an attack by Hamas

Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu declared in a social media video that “We are at war .” After conducting a dreadful land,air, and sea assault on the nation on Saturday, the Palestinian  militant group Hamas infiltrated the southern border and began a major rocket fire from the  Gaza Strip.

More than 200 Israeli civilians have been killed and 1,200 injured, an Israeli security forces representative said. The Palestinian health ministry in Gaza said on Sunday morning that 256 people, including 20 children, had died and about 1,788 people were injured.

The Israeli army said that the fighters of the Gaza Strip had captured many civilians and soldiers, and within a few hours of the start of the operation, there had been fighting in southern Israel. Even while a number of nations, ranging from the United States to Israel’s Arab neighbors, are pleading with the combatants not to escalate the situation any further, a new day is already dawning in Gaza and Israel and it promises more violence.

According to Netanyahu, operations to “clear communities that have been infiltrated by terrorists” are already underway, and he has also ordered a call-up for reserve personnel. In a speech broadcast on television, Netanyahu also threatened to exact revenge on Hamas, the Palestinian militant group in charge of Gaza. “We will take mighty vengeance for this black day,” Netanyahu declared.

Hamas  kidnapped a number of Israelis from Gaza

Residents in Gaza passed the night in darkness and fear as Israel cut off power to the region and increased its bombing of the densely populated enclave. The attacks leveled residential structures in downtown Gaza City, including a 14-story skyscraper housing dozens of flats and Hamas offices.

A loudspeaker stop a mosque in Gaza City blared a harsh warning to occupants of surrounding apartment blocks about 3 a.m. local time (00:00 GMT): Evacuate immediately. A few minutes later, an Israeli airstrike leveled a five-story structure.
Residents of Gaza dragged their dead and injured into dilapidated and overcrowded hospitals that lacked medical supplies and equipment. According to the health ministry, 232 people were murdered and at least 1,700 were injured.

In a horrific scene posted on social media, Hamas fighters made civilians and soldiers Kidnapped into Gaza, which is a very sensitive issue for Israel. The Israeli army did not say how many prisoners were captured, but their capture indicates a huge increase in casualties.The Army has confirmed its claims that Hamas had kidnapped some space to Saturday. Social media are filled with videos in which soldiers are roaming on the ground and civilians are roaming around in the Gaza streets.

World support to Israel Attack

US President Joe Biden condemned the “unconscionable” attack by Hamas fighters and vowed to provide Israel with “what it needs to defend itself.” He assured Netanyahu, that the United States “stands with the people of Israel.”
“Israel has the absolute right to defend itself and its people.” Terrorist acts can never be justified, and my administration’s commitment for Israeli security is rock solid and unyielding,” Biden added.
Biden also cautioned Israel’s adversaries that “this is not the time for any party hostile to Israel to exploit these attacks in order to gain an advantage.” “The entire world is watching.”

Demonstrations in favor of Hamas were held around the Middle East, with Israeli and US flags and marchers carrying Palestinian flags in Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Yemen.

Egypt is in negotiations with Saudi Arabia and Jordan to ease Palestinian-Israeli tensions, according to the Egyptian foreign ministry

Members of Iran’s parliament launched their session on Saturday by screaming “Death to Israel” and “Israel will be doomed, Palestine will be the conqueror.”

“Today’s operation created a new page in the field of resistance and armed operation against occupiers,” said Nasser Kanaani, spokesperson for Iran’s foreign ministry.

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