As negotiations for a cessation of fighting between Israel and the Islamic organization Hamas continue with intermediary countries, the Israeli military is carrying out airstrikes and ground operations in the Gaza Strip.

The United Nations says it is alarming that a quarter of the people in Gaza are on the brink of starvation.

The Israeli military announced on the 27th that it had discovered a Hamas weapons manufacturing facility and warehouse during an operation in the Gaza Strip, and released footage of air strikes and ground operations, as well as photos of weapons believed to be used by Hamas. I posted it on SNS.

Health authorities in the Gaza Strip announced on the 27th that 96 new people had died in the past 24 hours.

According to the United Nations, food shortages continue in the Gaza Strip due to the intense fighting, and a quarter of the population is on the verge of starvation, expressing a sense of crisis.

Under these circumstances, negotiations regarding a cessation of fighting and the release of hostages are being mediated by Qatar and other countries.

Regarding these negotiations, US President Biden expressed hope on the 26th that the negotiations would be concluded soon and that a cessation of fighting would be achieved by the 4th of next month, but a spokesperson for the Qatari foreign minister said on the 27th that ``There is still no agreement. I haven't gotten it," he said.

The New York Times, a leading American newspaper, reported that the political schedules of President Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu are completely opposite.

According to the article, Prime Minister Netanyahu is interested in delaying the time when he will be held accountable for failing to prevent Hamas's attack on October 7, while President Biden wants to end the fighting as soon as possible before the presidential election in the fall. We analyze that there is a desire to do so.