What more must the children of Gaza suffer?

The Gaza Strip is a Great War: Israel’s Encounter with Hamas in Israel Revealed by the U.S.

Israel carried out heavy bombardments across the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, as its military repeatedly hit the enclave following last weekend’s deadly incursion by Hamas militants in Israel.

Families are trying to find out what’s happening to their loved ones who are in the Gaza Strip. Images and videos are being shared on social media showing people who were forced to leave their homes by Hamas.

The Biden administration said there are talks to create a safe corridor for civilians, echoing a call from the U.S. World Food Program to create emergency humanitarian corridors.

The death toll in the war continues to increase. Israeli media said at least 1,200 Israelis have been killed from the Hamas attacks. And Palestinian officials say at least 950 Palestinians in Gaza were killed, along with 1,000 Hamas militants inside Israel.

The first shipment of U.S. weapons arrived in Israel, as U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is traveling to Israel to deliver a message of solidarity and support, the State Department announced.

On Tuesday, In Washington, President Joe Biden called Hamas’ attack on Israel “pure unadulterated evil” and promised to “make sure Israel has what it needs to take care of itself.”

Biden said that 14 Americans had been killed in Israel and more than 20 were missing. National Security Council spokesman John Kirby said there are some Americans who are being held captive by Hamas but only a small number of Americans.

“There’s also a larger number of Americans that are just unaccounted for. Some of the people could be in the hostage pool. We just don’t know. Kirby said that they are trying to get as much information as they can.

Ido Dan, a Tech Start-Up Coach, in Israel, and the Israelis’ “It’s 9/11” (The Morning Edition)

The bloodshed began on the Jewish Simchat Torah holiday, and a day after the 50th anniversary of the start of the Yom Kippur War, when Israel came under attack by Arab countries.

The Palestinian militant group, Hamas, launched a massive attack on the southern border with Israel on Saturday. Militants infiltrated Israel’s border using paragliders, motorbikes, and boats.

Ido Dan’s home has a lot of dirty dishes in it. Party decorations from a weekend birthday party for his twin 6-year-old girls are still up. The tech start-up coach has spent every waking moment trying to find out the whereabouts of several family members who disappeared Saturday after Hamas militants stormed into their towns killing civilians and taking others hostage. Dan was speaking with a Morning Edition team in Israel.

“If there’s one message that I want to pass to the Hamas is whatever your objectives or goals are, leave the elderly and the kids out of it,” Dan said. “Just let them go first.” Please, just let them go.”

There is growing fear that the hostages are being treated badly by Hamas in the Gaza Strip, which is under a new Israeli siege. The lack of fuel will cause the power plants to shut down within hours, according to the Red Cross.

The military wing of Hamas had threatened to execute a hostage for every bomb that was dropped on a home if the Israelis did not stop their attacks.

Dan said that what Arabic says is don’t hurt him, don’t hurt him and the hostages are more likely to be held as a bargaining chip.

But Dan is still alarmed not only by the way Hamas carried out such a highly choreographed invasion that involved more than 1000 militant fighters and the “killings and murders and ruthless humiliation of bodies we saw only with ISIS.” He is concerned about how Israel’s intelligence services missed out on an attack that many in Israel say is the country’s 9/11.

“If the government, from soldiers at the border through the commanders, through the minister of defense, through the prime minister, then all should be kicked out, go home or maybe even be in jail, I think.” I can’t understand what happened here. Nobody can,” Dan said. The radio version of the story was written by Taylor Haney and edited by Arezou Imperia. The digital version was edited by a person who goes by the name Treye Green.

No internet or connection to the outside world is a consequence of not having electricity. Sewage is getting into Gaza’s streets while waste treatment facilities need electricity. The water supply has been cut. On Monday, I passed five United Nations schools that were filled with families who had lost their homes. I know the worst is yet to come, and so dread grows inside me.

Over 2,300 Israelis and Palestinians have been killed so far. I am sad that people have been killed. I know the pain of a parent in Israel is just as bad as it is in Gaza. Yet I’m not surprised that we have found ourselves at this bloody point of no return.

Many of the fighters who breached those walls are probably just a few years older than Ali; many of them were born during the second intifada. Their entire experience has been Israeli military occupation, siege and devastating military assault upon assault in an enclave of 140 square miles, with unemployment and poverty rates of approximately 50 percent. These are the conditions that shaped Gaza and have not been treated as justifications. Israel helped create these fighters by starving them of hope, dignity and a future.

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