On October 7, Hamas militants infiltrated southern Israel and killed 1,200 people while kidnapping at least 250. In response, Israel launched a military assault on the Gaza Strip that resulted in the deaths of more than 28,000 Palestinians.

According to Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu, there are still 132 Israeli hostages being held in Gaza. He stated that there is enough evidence to justify the ongoing war in the region.

On Sunday, Hamas-run Aqsa TV quoted a senior Hamas leader as warning that any Israeli ground attack in the Rafah region would “blow up” hostage exchange talks. Egypt also issued a warning of “dire consequences” if Israel went ahead with a potential military attack on Rafah, which is close to its border. The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed the need for all international and regional efforts to be united in order to prevent the city of Rafah from being targeted.

By Editor

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