War in Israel: Israeli Army Intensifies Attacks in Gaza Strip – Latest Updates and Developments

2023-12-11 10:53:00
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The Israeli army increases attacks in the south. Dozens of Hamas militants have been killed over the past day. Developments on the war in Israel in the news ticker.

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Update from December 11th, 11:30 a.m.: The Israeli air force claims to have killed dozens of Hamas members over the past day. This was reported by the newspaper Times of Israel citing military publications. Several armed Hamas members were killed in a drone strike in the Shejaiya district of the city of Gaza. Additional Hamas militants were also killed as they were leaving a health clinic. Israeli soldiers also found long-range missiles near a school in Gaza.

New shelling on the border between Israel and Lebanon

Update from December 11th, 10:15 a.m.: Mutual shelling broke out again on the border between Israel and Lebanon. After several rockets were fired at Israel, targets in Lebanon were attacked, the Israeli army said on Monday morning. According to the information, Israel’s missile defense system intercepted six projectiles from Lebanon.

An Israeli warplane fires flares as it flies over the Gaza Strip, seen from southern Israel. © Leo Correa/dpa

The Lebanese television station Al-Manar, run by the pro-Iranian Hezbollah, reported that villages in the border area were hit by Israeli shelling. The Al-Majadin television station reported artillery fire by Israel’s army near the Lebanese coastal town of Nakura. Hezbollah did not initially comment on the attacks.

Since the beginning of the Gaza war after the Hamas massacre in Israel on October 7, there have been repeated confrontations between Israel’s army and militant groups such as Hezbollah in the Israeli-Lebanese border region. Hezbollah has now announced that 100 of its members have been killed in Israeli attacks since October 7th. This was reported by the Israeli newspaper Times of Israel. Israeli defense officials suspect that the actual number of dead Hezbollah members is much higher.

War in Israel: Netanyahu is likely to set up a secret team for post-war scenarios

Update from December 11th, 7:40 a.m.: According to Israeli media, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has set up a secret team to discuss scenarios for governing the Gaza Strip after the war. The team is led by National Security Advisor Tzachi Hanegbi and Minister for Strategic Intelligence Ron Dermer, as reported by Reshet 13. Personnel from the Israeli military as well as the secret services Mossad and Shin Bet are also involved. A senior Israeli official told the broadcaster that Israel had notified the United States of the team’s existence.

Current situation in the war: Israel reports new attacks from the Gaza Strip

Israel’s army reported new rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip on Monday morning. On Sunday, Israeli soldiers fought “fierce battles” with Palestinian fighters in the city of Gaza and in Khan Yunis. “I don’t want to say that we are using our full force, but we are using significant force and achieving significant results,” said Chief of General Staff Herzi Halevi.

According to the army, more than a hundred Israeli soldiers have been killed since the ground offensive against the radical Islamic Hamas in the Gaza Strip began. After the deaths of three more soldiers, the death toll in the ranks of the armed forces has increased to 101, the army said.

Update from December 10th, 9:31 p.m.: There was an air alert near the borders with Lebanon after the army intercepted a “suspicious air target”. This is reported by the Times of Israel citing the Israeli Defense Forces. There have been several attempted rocket attacks in the past few hours. No further details were initially given.

Netanyahu calls on Hamas terrorists to surrender

Update from December 10th, 8:14 p.m.: Benjamin Netanyahu has called on fighters from the terrorist organization Hamas to lay down their weapons. “It’s over. Don’t die for (Gaza Hamas chief Jihia) Sinwar. Surrender – now.” Israel’s army is in the process of publicly giving the impression that Hamas has faltered.

The Israeli newspaper Haaretz However, on Sunday, citing unnamed representatives of the security forces, wrote that of the several hundred Palestinians arrested so far, only around 10 to 15 percent belonged to Hamas or organizations affiliated with it. There can currently be no talk of a mass surrender.

Update from December 10th, 6:35 p.m.: Once again, dark clouds of smoke rise over the town of Khan Yunis in the Gaza Strip. In addition, several explosions can be heard in the background, according to the news agency Archyde.com reported. The Israeli armed forces are currently in the process of advancing further south of the Gaza Strip.

War in Israel: WHO draws attention to the devastating situation in the Gaza Strip

Update from December 10th, 5:17 p.m.: The Director General of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, described the devastating situation in the Gaza Strip on Sunday. “The consequences of the conflict on health are catastrophic,” he said at the start of a special meeting of the WHO Executive Board in Geneva. In the evening, the Council adopted a resolution without a vote that, among other things, calls for an expansion of humanitarian aid deliveries. The USA, Germany and other countries complained that the terrorist attack on Israel on October 7th was not mentioned and condemned in the text.

Update from December 10th, 4:06 p.m: The Israeli Army (IDF) has released new footage showing Golani Infantry Brigade troops fighting against Hamas in the Shejaiya district of Gaza City. According to the Times of Israel The troops there have so far uncovered around 15 tunnel shafts, discovered weapons and killed numerous Hamas fighters in the neighborhood.

In an incident a few days ago, Golani forces encountered a group of armed Hamas fighters who opened fire from a school in Shejaiya, according to the IDF. The school complex was booby-trapped and Hamas terrorists tried to ambush the soldiers, the IDF said. The armed men were killed after a battle.

Israel News: Vladimir Putin condemns “dire” situation for civilians in Gaza Strip

Update from December 10th, 3:29 p.m: Russian President Vladimir Putin told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in his telephone conversation that Moscow opposed terrorism but could not support the “dire” situation of civilians in the Gaza Strip. The state news agency TASS According to him, the conversation focused on “the catastrophic humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip.” Israel’s military response to the Hamas terrorist attack should not have “such dire consequences for the civilian population,” according to a Kremlin statement.

Moscow said it was ready to provide “all possible assistance to alleviate the suffering of civilians and de-escalate the conflict,” stressing that both Russia and Israel want to continue “cooperating,” both in evacuating Russians from Gaza in the liberation of Israeli hostages from the Gaza Strip.

Update from December 10th, 2:19 p.m: According to its Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani, the Gulf Emirate of Qatar continues to advocate for a ceasefire in the Israel War. “We will not give up,” Al Thani said in Doha today. His country is committed to both the release of all hostages and an end to the bombing of Palestinian civilians.

Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov comments on the war in Israel

Update from December 10th, 1:31 p.m: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has now said it is unacceptable for Israel to use the October 7 Hamas attack as a justification for “collective punishment” of the Palestinian people. This is what the news agency reports Archyde.com.

Lavrov therefore called for international observers to be deployed on site. The Israeli military had said it was limiting damage to civilians in the Gaza Strip by identifying safe areas on maps. It blames Hamas for the deaths of civilians and accuses it of using them as human shields. The Islamists reject this and accuse Israel of now waging war against the entire population.

Dozens of Hamas fighters detained in the Gaza Strip: surrender in the war in Israel

Update from December 10th, 12:57 p.m: An Israeli army spokesman has now confirmed that dozens of Hamas members have handed over their weapons to soldiers of the IDF (Israel Defense Forces) – Hamas’ rule in the Gaza Strip appears to be faltering.

Israel relies on bombardment in the Gaza Strip: More than 250 shot at in the war in Israel

First report: Gaza Strip – The Israeli army has continued its bombardment of targets in the Gaza Strip. On Saturday, more than 250 targets were attacked on the ground, from the air and from the sea, the army said on Sunday morning. In the hours before, the troops had destroyed weapons depots, carried out targeted attacks on military installations, destroyed underground tunnels and destroyed terrorist cell attack plans.

Israel News: Terrorist organization Hamas reports air strikes on Khan Yunis

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Israel News: Conditions in Gaza “apocalyptic” due to fighting in war in Israel, according to UN

The fighting has displaced around 1.9 million people in the Gaza Strip. Most of them have now fled south. The Rafah region along the border with Egypt became a huge refugee camp. Due to overcrowding and poor sanitary conditions in the shelters of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), diseases are spreading there.

“Nearly a million children have been forcibly displaced and are being pushed further south, into tiny, overcrowded areas without water, food and protection,” said the UN Children’s Fund (Unicef) Middle East director, Adele Khodr. The restrictions and obstacles to aid deliveries to the Gaza Strip amount to a “death sentence” for the children. The aid organization Oxfam called the situation “apocalyptic”. (with news agency material)

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