Hamas publishes a video of an 86-year-old hostage. Iran to America: We do not want the conflict to expand

Hamas publishes a video of an 86-year-old hostage. Iran to America: We do not want the conflict to expand

In hostage negotiations, Hamas demands an end to drone flights over Gaza

Hamas called on Israel to stop drone reconnaissance flights over the Gaza Strip. The request came within the framework of negotiations for the release of the hostages. CNN reported this, citing some sources, who say Israel will oppose the request because suspending drone surveillance would mean losing Hamas men.

Hamas released a video of 86-year-old hostage Ari Zelmanovich

Hamas released a video of 86-year-old hostage Ari Zalmanovich who was kidnapped on Kibbutz Nir Oz on October 7. Haaretz reported that the video of the man – who suffers from medical problems and needs medical care – raises concerns about his life.

Media: New Israeli phosphorus bombs in Lebanon

Today, Israel returned to using incendiary and phosphorous bombs in several locations in southern Lebanon near the confrontation line between Hezbollah and Israel. The Lebanese National News Agency reported that the towns of Houla, Merkaba, Rab al-Talatheen, Hunin, and Al-Adisa in the eastern sector of the line separating the two countries were subjected to white attacks during the past hours. Phosphorus orders. Condemnation of Israel’s use of phosphorus bombs has been repeatedly raised by Lebanese media and international organizations such as Amnesty International.

Iran to America: We do not want the conflict to expand

Iran said to United State He does not want the war between Israel and Hamas to expand, but he warns that a regional conflict may be inevitable if the Israeli attacks on Gaza continue. “In response to the United States, we said that Iran does not want the war to spread, but, in light of the approach adopted by the United States and Israel in the region, if the crimes against the residents of Gaza and the West Bank do not stop, the Iranian Foreign Minister told the Financial Times: “Then all matters can be studied.” “The possibilities are, and a broader conflict may be inevitable.”

Sirens sound in southern and northern Israel

Sirens sound in southern Israel (due to massive Palestinian rocket fire from Gaza towards the city of Ashkelon) and in the north due to new attacks from southern Lebanon. In particular, attacks were reported towards the Israeli towns of Al-Malikiyah, Arab Al-Aramsha and Adamit, all located directly south of the border with Lebanon. The media reported it. Residents were called to reach shelters.

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An American base in Syria is under attack by pro-Iranian militias

Pro-Iranian fighters in Syria announced earlier that they had targeted the American military base in Tal Baidar in northeastern Syria. This came from a statement issued on the social accounts of the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, an acronym that brings together a series of armed groups operating in Syria and Iraq and supported by Tehran.

Ahmed Bahr, former head of the Legislative Council of Hamas, was martyred in Gaza

According to Palestinian reports – covered by Haaretz newspaper – Ahmed Bahr, a prominent member of the political wing of the Hamas movement, was killed by Israel during the fighting in Gaza. It is noteworthy that Bahr was head of the Hamas parliament when the Islamic movement took control of the Gaza Strip in 2006.

Israel strikes Lebanon “after anti-tank launch”

The Israeli army, after launching an anti-tank missile from Lebanon, strikes Hezbollah targets across the border. This was stated by the military spokesman, explaining that “terrorist infrastructure, weapons depots and various military installations” were struck. The area from which the anti-tank missile was fired was also hit.

Israeli bombing of southern Lebanon

Repeated Israeli bombing was recorded in southern Lebanon this morning near the front line between Hezbollah and Israel, from the Mediterranean coast area to the border with Syria. According to Lebanese media, the affected areas are Naqoura, Ramia, Beit Lev, Jebin, Al-Dhahirah, Aita Al-Shaab, Yarin, Mays Jabal, Blida, Al-Khiyam, Burj Al-Muluk, Kfarshouba, and Kafr Hamam.

Israel: Control of the Islamic Jihad stronghold in the northern Gaza Strip

Israeli soldiers continued their operations in the Gaza Strip during the night. This was stated by the military spokesman, who said that Israeli aircraft bombed “several targets” in the Palestinian Strip. He added that the soldiers took control of the stronghold of the leader of the Islamic Jihad movement in the northern Gaza Strip. He added, “The stronghold included offices for the terrorist organization’s leaders and a weapons production site.” Furthermore, the soldiers operated inside a school – where many weapons were hidden – “where Hamas terrorists were hiding” and many of them were killed.

United Nations: There is no humanitarian operation at the Rafah crossing today

The United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) announced yesterday evening that “today there will be no cross-border aid operation at the Rafah crossing” between the Gaza Strip and Egypt. “The communications network in Gaza is cut off due to the lack of fuel. This makes it impossible to manage or coordinate humanitarian convoys,” the letter posted on the X website said.

The female recruits corps was near Al-Shifa Hospital

The body of soldier Noa Marciano, who was kidnapped by Hamas at the Nahal Oz base on October 7, was found in a building adjacent to Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City. This is what the military spokesman announced. Last Monday, Hamas published a video clip of Marciano (19 years old) – taken 4 days after her kidnapping – in which it stated who she was and whose daughter she was. At a certain point, the video stopped and his body appeared. Yesterday, the body of another hostage kidnapped by Hamas was recovered near Al-Shifa Hospital.

The death toll in a raid in the West Bank rose to 3

Palestinian sources said that the death toll from today’s Israeli military operation in Jenin in the West Bank rose to three dead and seven wounded. Two of the dead belonged to the local Jenin Bridges militia.

Israeli raid in the West Bank: at least two dead

Palestinian sources in the West Bank city of Jenin said that two people were killed and seven others were injured during an Israeli military operation in the early hours of this morning. Local media reported this. According to the report, some people were injured in an air strike, while others were injured by gunfire. Among the injured, two are in serious condition. Reports also claim that the IDF surrounded the city’s Ibn Sina Hospital.

Blinken to Israel: Urgent measures against settler violence

US diplomat Anthony Blinken called on Israel to take “urgent” measures to end settler violence against Palestinians in the West Bank. Blinken, who is in San Francisco to attend the Asia-Pacific Summit, made the appeal during a phone conversation with Benny Gantz, the Israeli opposition leader who joined Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s war cabinet.

Gaza, air strike on Khan Yunis: ten dead

In an air strike launched by the Israeli occupation forces this evening, east of the city of Khan Yunis, in the southern Gaza Strip, 10 people were martyred, including children. Al Jazeera reported, citing eyewitnesses, Palestinian media reports, and an Al Jazeera journalist that the attack hit a family home in Al Qarara. A video clip seen by Al Jazeera shows some of the dead, including a girl and an infant, at Al-Nasr Children’s Hospital. The attack came a day after the Israeli army dropped leaflets in and around Al-Qarara warning residents not to evacuate to “known shelters.”

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