Hamas accuses Netanyahu of targeting 'Israeli' captives in Gaza

Palestine

Published: 2024-05-25 17:18

Last Updated: 2024-06-24 17:59


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The Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades released a video accusing Israeli Occupation Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his war council of killing and targeting captives.

The video featured photos allegedly showing the deaths of captives in Gaza.

Qassam Brigades challenged Netanyahu, claiming he and his government know the identities of the victims, insinuating that this is how captives would be returned.

The video also highlighted Netanyahu's statements about working to return captives without ceasing efforts. It further accused the Israeli Occupation army, under Netanyahu's orders, of disrespecting both the living and dead captives.

- Aggression Enters 232nd Day -

The conflict in Gaza has reached its 232nd day, with the Israeli Occupation army continuing operations against civilians in the besieged region, despite international calls for a ceasefire in Rafah.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza revealed that the death toll has reached 35,903, with 80,420 injured since October 7.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, Hamas' military wing, initiated Operation Aqsa Typhoon on October 7 in retaliation for Israeli Occupation actions in occupied Palestinian territories.

In response, the Israeli Occupation Forces launched the "Iron Swords" operation, conducting extensive raids across Gaza, resulting in significant casualties and widespread destruction of infrastructure.

- Casualties Among Israeli Occupation Forces -

Since October 7, the Israeli Occupation army has reported 634 deaths, with 282 occurring since the ground operation began on October 27.

Additionally, 3,581 soldiers have been injured, with 555 sustaining serious injuries, 944 moderate injuries, and 2,082 minor injuries.