Israeli forces continued to attack built-up areas across the Gaza Strip, with local authorities saying at least 25 people were killed in attacks on schools where large numbers of residents were sheltering. Meanwhile, Israeli local media reported that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had indicated his intention to have the military manage the Gaza Strip after the fighting with Hamas.

The Israeli army continued its ground invasion of the Gaza Strip in the Palestinian Territories on the 10th, while notifying residents to evacuate from the north to the south of the Gaza Strip, and more than 2,10 people responded in two days.

Meanwhile, in the northern part of the Gaza Strip, where fierce fighting continues, a school building where many residents were sheltering was attacked, and local authorities announced that at least 25 people were taken to the hospital with their bodies.

The video, which is said to have been taken at the scene, shows a part of the building collapsing, a child who was stuck under the rubble, and dozens of bodies wrapped in cloth and lined up.

The Israeli military claims that Hamas is based in schools and hospitals and uses them as human shields, and health authorities in the Gaza Strip say that 135 medical institutions have been attacked so far and at least two hospitals have been besieged.

Meanwhile, Israel's local media The Times of Israel reported that Prime Minister Netanyahu said in a meeting with local government officials around the Gaza Strip in Tel Aviv on the 2th, "The Israeli army will continue to control the Gaza Strip and will not hand it over to international powers."

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken has indicated his intention to oppose the occupation of the Gaza Strip by the Israeli army, and Prime Minister Netanyahu's remarks are expected to cause a stir.