“Israel-Hamas War : Israel Unleashes ‘Pure Horror’ On Gaza Strip”

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Israel’s bombardment of Gaza has intensified after the military said it was “expanding operations” into the territory. Hamas says its fighters have confronted Israeli troops in various locations.

International media and aid agencies say they lost contact with staff in Gaza amid a near-total communications blackout.

More than 1 million Palestinian children and their parents are living through “pure horror” in the besieged enclave, says humanitarian group Save the Children.

UN General Assembly overwhelmingly approves non-binding resolution calling for a truce.

At least 7,326 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli attacks since October 7; More than 1,400 people were killed in the Hamas attack on Israel.

Thousands of Palestinians have prayed on the streets in different parts of the occupied West Bank in a show of support for Gaza.

Reports said that thousands performed the Fajr, or dawn prayer, in main squares in Nablus, Tulkarem, Jenin and Tubas.

Following the prayers, hundreds staged demonstrations in support of Gaza in Tulkarem and Tubas, according to an Anadolu reporter.

The news that’s coming from Gaza is very, very minimal.

After Gaza went into darkness with no communications, no phones, no internet connections, Palestinians here outside of Gaza and elsewhere … feel that they are also being kept in the dark about what’s going on. They can’t check on their friends, on their loved ones [and] family members to check if they’re alive or not.

People are still in Gaza trying to get the image out to the world but so far we have minimal information about what’s going on after Israeli forces announced they are expanding their ground invasion.

It’s been the heaviest night of bombardment in Gaza and Palestinians are finding it also difficult to reach ambulances and ask for help so basically we’re looking at a difficult scene.

As Israel carries out the most intense bombardment of Gaza since the war began, the size and power of its armed forces are in the spotlight.

Despite having a population of only 9.3 million people, Israel operates one of the most powerful militaries in the world.

In 2023, Israel ranked 18th in Global Firepower’s annual military strength ranking, putting it ahead of much bigger nations including Saudi Arabia, Germany and Spain.

Israel’s military spending came to $23.4bn last year, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), making it the world’s biggest per capita spender on defence after Qatar.

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