Netanyahu claims that Hamas “did not expect” the Israeli offensive and that it will continue “as long as necessary”.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has given assurances that the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) “did not expect” the beatings it has received in recent days and has warned that the military operation will continue as long as necessary to restore calm Citizen of Israel is required “.

During his visit to Hatzerim Air Force Base in southwest Israel on Tuesday, Netanyahu thanked the High Command and the soldiers who had withdrawn there for their actions over the past few days and celebrated that Israel had pushed Hamas back “many years ago” thanks to a series of attacks that “I did not Expected”.

“We will continue until peace is restored to the citizens of Israel. I am sure that all enemies around us see the cost of attacking us and I am sure they will learn their lesson,” he said.

Netanyahu claims that Hamas “did not expect” the Israeli offensive and that it will continue “as long as necessary”.
Netanyahu claims that Hamas “did not expect” the Israeli offensive and that it will continue “as long as necessary”.

Defense Secretary Benny Gantz also said this during a telephone conversation with his US counterpart, Lloyd Austin, to whom he said that the attacks against Hamas “will continue until they calm down in the long term.”

At least 217 people have died, including 63 minors, and another 1,500 have been injured in the Israeli bombings against Gaza since May 10. This is evident from the latest balance presented by the authorities to the Palestinian enclave.

On the Israeli side, we must add the deaths of ten people in Israel from projectiles fired from the Strip, including an Indian citizen, and the deaths of more than 20 Palestinians in the West Bank as part of the repression of the recent mobilizations the offensive against Gaza and the Condemn events in Jerusalem.

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