As Israel continues its military operations in Gaza, the leader of the Hebrew state remains steadfast in his pursuit of total annihilation of Hamas. Initially, Israel focused on land operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, but now the target is Rafah, where “four battalions” of Islamist militants are believed to be present. In a statement, the Israeli leader announced plans to dismantle neighboring refugee camps Rafah and Al-Sultan in order to achieve his objectives.
Israel’s determination to achieve complete destruction of Hamas is becoming increasingly clear as it continues its land operations in Gaza. After concentrating efforts on Gaza City and Khan Younes, Israel has now shifted its focus to Rafah, where it is targeting the presence of “four battalions” of Islamist militants. The plan is to dismantle nearby refugee camps Rafah and Al-Sultan in order to accomplish these goals.
The Israeli leader’s unwavering commitment to the destruction of Hamas is a cause for concern among human rights groups who fear that such actions will result in further displacement and suffering for Palestinians living in the region. Despite this concern, Israel remains steadfast in its pursuit of what it sees as necessary measures to protect its citizens from terrorism.