11 December 2023

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Hamas Attack: The number of deceased Israelis has reached up to 1100

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Hamas Attack: The number of deceased Israelis has reached up to 1100

Gaza: (Suno News) On the fourth day of Palestine’s struggle for freedom, the number of deceased Israelis in Hamas’ attacks on Israel has reached up to 1100, while more than 2700 have been injured.

According to details, in Hamas’ Operation Al-Aqsa, Israel is facing significant casualties, with over 1100 Israelis killed, and hundreds severely injured and undergoing treatment in hospitals due to the attacks. Terrified Israeli citizens are eager to leave the country, causing chaos at airports.

In response to Israel’s aerial strikes, Hamas has warned that if Israeli civilians are targeted in Gaza, Hamas will retaliate by assassinating Israeli officials without prior notice.

Israeli Foreign Minister:

Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid has stated that this war crime will not be forgiven. Avigdor Lieberman has appointed a former military commander to handle matters concerning those killed and missing.

Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman:

Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman has expressed support for the rights of the Palestinian people. He spoke with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas over the phone, discussing the military escalation in Gaza, regional stability, and security.

Previously, Saudi Arabia had agreed with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to intensify efforts to halt the escalation in Gaza.

The Egyptian Presidential Spokesperson emphasized the need for tolerance during this delicate phase and stressed the importance of working together. He clarified that Egypt and Saudi Arabia have consulted on the issue of Palestine and are committed to maintaining consultation and coordination on the dangers posed by the ongoing escalation in the region. This vision revolves around a comprehensive and just solution based on United Nations resolutions.

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