According to a senior IDF spokesman, the grip of Hamas terrorists in Gaza is weakening due to the Israeli Defence Forces’ onslaught. Lt Col Jonathan Conricus, the IDF’s international spokesman, stated that civil disobedience, looting, and unprecedented criticism of Hamas on social media are clear indications of the declining control of Hamas in Gaza.
The IDF’s assessment is that Hamas is facing challenges in their command functions, their ability to conduct military operations effectively, and their control over the population. However, Lt Col Conricus acknowledged that Hamas still retains some control and influence, although it is far from their desired level and significantly different from a month ago.
In addition to civil unrest and looting, public resentment towards Hamas is evident on social media platforms. People are expressing their disappointment and frustration with Hamas, highlighting the challenges they face.
The article also includes a video released by the Israeli military, showcasing their ground operations in Gaza. The video provides a glimpse into the activities of the Harel Brigade in the Elkarmen area, between Beit Hanoun and Jabalia.The Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) have claimed that Hamas terrorists are losing their grip on Gaza amid the ongoing Israeli onslaught. According to an IDF spokesman, the military has continued its sustained bombardment of the Gaza Strip, a month after Hamas’s October 7 attacks. The IDF soldiers were seen walking past houses that were destroyed during the attacks on a kibbutz near the Gaza border in Kfar Aza on November 12, 2023. The country’s military has been relentless in its efforts to weaken Hamas’s control over Gaza.
The IDF’s sustained bombardment of the Gaza Strip has been ongoing since Hamas’s October 7 attacks. Despite the destruction caused by the attacks, the IDF soldiers have remained determined to continue their mission. They were seen walking past the destroyed houses in Kfar Aza, a clear indication of the ongoing Israeli onslaught against Hamas.
The IDF spokesman claims that Hamas terrorists are losing their grip on Gaza. This assertion is supported by the continued bombardment of the Gaza Strip by the Israeli military. The IDF soldiers, seen in Kfar Aza on November 12, 2023, are a testament to the determination of the Israeli forces to weaken Hamas’s control over Gaza.
The ongoing Israeli onslaught against Hamas in Gaza has resulted in significant destruction. The IDF soldiers were seen walking past the destroyed houses in Kfar Aza, a stark reminder of the impact of the attacks. The sustained bombardment by the Israeli military is aimed at weakening Hamas’s control over Gaza, and according to the IDF spokesman, it is having the desired effect.
Despite the destruction caused by Hamas’s October 7 attacks, the Israeli military has not relented in its efforts to weaken Hamas’s control over Gaza. The IDF soldiers were seen walking past the destroyed houses in Kfar Aza, a clear indication of the ongoing Israeli onslaught. The IDF spokesman claims that Hamas terrorists are losing their grip on Gaza, and the sustained bombardment by the Israeli military supports this assertion.
The ongoing Israeli onslaught against Hamas in Gaza has resulted in significant destruction. The IDF soldiers, seen in Kfar Aza on November 12, 2023, are a testament to the determination of the Israeli forces to weaken Hamas’s control over Gaza. The sustained bombardment by the Israeli military is aimed at weakening Hamas’s grip on Gaza, and according to the IDF spokesman, it is having the desired effect.The IDF claimed that they attempted to deliver fuel to Al Shifa hospital in Gaza, but Hamas prevented it from reaching the medical facility. According to the IDF spokesperson, it seems that civilians in Gaza are being exposed to the horrors of the fighting while Hamas seeks shelter in bunkers and tunnels. However, the presence of Israeli troops on the ground and their advances in Gaza City are challenging Hamas’ control and power. The goal of the IDF is to disrupt Hamas’ ability to conduct combat operations and sustain themselves by attacking their strongholds and infrastructure. So far, they have dismantled more than 15 Hamas strongholds. The IDF spokesperson also denied allegations that they were attacking hospitals, including Al Shifa, which is claimed to be located above Hamas’ main command and control bunker. He stated that they had informed the hospital’s manager and senior staff that they could evacuate to the east of the facility and denied laying siege to Al Shifa. However, Israeli troops are positioned around the hospital and are putting pressure on Hamas combatants. In response to an offer to help move up to 40 babies in a neo-natal unit to safety, the spokesperson acknowledged that it is a complicated situation.Even in peacetime, it is a sensitive medical manoeuvre to move babies like this. However, we want to ensure that these babies and other non-combatants are spared and not affected by the fighting. We are currently working on this and hope to succeed.
Lt Col Conricus expressed these words while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused Hamas of doing everything in its power to keep civilians in hospitals. Netanyahu claimed that Hamas was purposefully trying to keep them in harm’s way. He also mentioned that an Israeli offer to supply fuel to the hospital had been rejected by the Hamas-run health ministry.
Images show Palestinians injured as a result of the Israeli army’s attacks being taken to Al-Aqsa Martyrs Hospital in Deir Al-Balah, Gaza. This occurred on November 12, 2023.
Another image depicts Israeli soldiers and volunteers from the Zaka Israeli ultra-Orthodox Jewish emergency response team searching through the debris in Kibbutz Beeri.
A video is also available, showing the situation in Gaza amid the Israeli onslaught. The video can be accessed through the provided link.Loud explosions continue to rock Gaza as Israel continues its bombing campaign in the region, now entering its sixth week. The war has caused widespread destruction and casualties, with no signs of a resolution in sight.
Melanie Ward, the chief executive of Medical Aid for Palestinians, has raised concerns about the safety of evacuating critically ill neonates from Al Shifa hospital. She questions how such a complex and technical process can be carried out effectively amidst the ongoing violence.
The situation in Gaza has become increasingly dire, with ambulances unable to reach hospitals and a lack of capacity to receive patients. Al-Shifa hospital has reported that dozens of bodies have been left abandoned near the facility and in its courtyard.
As the violence continues, hospitals like Al Shifa and Al-Quds are being forced to suspend operations due to the overwhelming number of casualties. This leaves fewer and fewer places for the injured to seek medical help, exacerbating the already dire humanitarian crisis in Gaza.The bombing of the building housing incubators in Shifa hospital has resulted in the plastic surgeon having to place premature babies on ordinary beds. They are using the limited power available to turn the air conditioning to warm. Dr Ahmed El Mokhallalati acknowledges the risk involved and expects to lose more babies as a result.
According to Palestinian officials, since the bombing, a total of 11,078 Gaza residents have been killed in air and artillery strikes. Approximately 40% of the casualties are children.
Evacuees in schools and other shelters are facing the spread of disease due to overcrowding and lack of adequate food and water, as reported by international aid agencies.
Yesterday, an Israeli air strike on a house in Khan Younis resulted in the death of 13 people, according to the Hamas-run Gaza health ministry.
Increased fighting has been reported around Al-Shati refugee camp in northern Gaza. The IDF has confirmed the killing of militants in the area and has urged civilians to take advantage of a four-hour pause to evacuate south.
In addition to the situation in Gaza, Lebanon’s Hezbollah group, supported by Iran, has intensified its attacks on northern Israel. They have fired anti-tank missiles at electricity workers, causing injuries, including one critical.
The article also provides a link to another news story about heavy fighting between Israeli troops and Hamas in Gaza City.The firing of artillery and mounting of air strikes by the IDF and Hezbollah was met with rockets and mortars from the terrorists.
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah’s speech over the weekend, in which he threatened to increase the number and severity of weapons aimed at Israel, led to the escalation. In response, Israeli defence minister Yoav Gallant warned Hezbollah that they could do in Beirut what they did in Gaza.
According to the Pentagon, five US servicemen lost their lives in the eastern Mediterranean during a routine air refuelling training exercise gone wrong.
The Israeli government claimed that the IDF provided 300 liters of fuel for urgent medical purposes to the Shifa Hospital, but Hamas prevented the hospital from receiving it.
Last night, the IDF coordinated the transfer of fuel for urgent medical use to the Shifa Hospital. In the morning, IDF troops arrived at the hospital entrance and placed 300 liters of fuel for urgent medical purposes. However, the Israeli government later received evidence that Hamas officials had prevented the hospital from receiving the fuel.
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