The Israeli army, which continues to invade the Gaza Strip on the ground, is engaged in fierce fighting in multiple areas such as the major southern city of Khan Yunis, and has made it clear that it will continue its military operations with the goal of killing the leader of the Gaza Strip, Sinwar, the head of the Gaza Strip of the Islamic organization Hamas.

The Israeli army, which continues its ground invasion of the Gaza Strip, intensified fighting in the southern city of Khan Yunis on the 9th, announcing that it had killed many Hamas fighters.

Israeli national security adviser Hanegbi told local media on Monday that Hamas' top leader in the Gaza Strip, Yahya Singwar, "will think that if you kill him, the leaders who will succeed him will have to leave Gaza so that they don't have to go through the same thing, and that's our plan." He made it clear that he would continue his military operations with the goal of killing his leader.

Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar

On the other hand, the military wing of Hamas released a video saying that it attacked an Israeli military vehicle on the 8th, and the Israeli army also revealed that five soldiers died this weekend, and it seems that Hamas is also resisting violently.

The serious humanitarian situation continues in the Gaza Strip, and UNRWA = United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugee Works Director Lazzarini said in a statement on the 5th, "UNRWA's ability to help and protect people is rapidly weakening as attacks continue and scarce humanitarian supplies are irregularly delivered to meet enormous needs." We are strongly calling for an immediate ceasefire.