As the exchange of attacks continued between Israel and the Gaza Strip in Palestine, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed on television proclaiming the continuation of the airstrikes.
On the other hand, Hamas, an Islamic fundamentalist organization that effectively controls the Gaza Strip, has not changed its stance of thorough anti-war, and the situation remains tense.
Airstrikes and rocket attacks continue to exchange between Israel and Hamas, killing 145 people in the Gaza Strip, including 41 children, and nine in Israel.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu justified the attack by speaking on television on the night of the 15th, stating that "defeating Hamas is not only in the interests of Israel, but in the interests of all who seek peace and stability in the Middle East." Declared continuation.
The Israeli army's airstrikes on the Gaza Strip continued early on the 16th, and in the footage shot by NHK, it was confirmed that black smoke was rising with large pillars of fire in multiple places while the sound of the explosion echoed.
The Hamas side has not broken its stance of a thorough fight, and on the early morning of the 16th, it fired a large number of rockets again in Tel Aviv, Israel's largest commercial city.
On the other hand, the Israeli army is also considering the invasion of ground troops into the Gaza Strip, and the situation continues to be tense.
NHK's camera ...
The Israeli army bombed the Gaza Strip early on the 16th, and NHK cameras captured it.
Around 1 am on the 16th, in the video taken from the window of the NHK Gaza office, it was confirmed that black smoke was rising with a large pillar of fire in multiple places while the explosion sound was echoing.
An office staff member said, "The airstrikes took place without prior warning. It's happening here and there and it's a very scary situation."