The Israeli army has confirmed the death of Marwan Issa, a senior Hamas leader, during an airstrike in the Nuseirat refugee camp at the beginning of the month. Issa was reportedly killed along with Commander Ghazi Abu Tamaa, who served as chief of staff for combat and administrative support. The attacks were part of Israel’s response to the October 7 attacks that left around 1,200 dead and 240 hostages. White House National Security Adviser Jake Sullivan had previously announced Issa’s death last week.

Since then, Israel has been carrying out operations against Gaza, which have led to over 32,300 deaths among Palestinians plus more than 420 due to actions by security forces and Israeli settlers in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. The Palestinian Ministry of Health reports these numbers as a result of Israel’s offensive against Gaza in response to the October 7 attacks.

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