“Israel will not stop without victory” – Prime Minister Netanyahu announced on television, explaining Israel’s victory as “destroying Hamas, securing the return of hostages as well as restoring security for the public.”
When Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah made statements regarding the Israel-Hamas conflict in Lebanon, Prime Minister Netanyahu warned Israel’s “enemies in the north” not to make costly mistakes amid the escalating Israel-Hamas conflict. Ladder. “You cannot imagine what a costly price you will have to pay for this action” – he stressed.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that Israel would not stop until victory was achieved. Photo: Reuters
The above statements were made by Prime Minister Netanyahu after meeting with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who has visited Israel three times since the Israel-Hamas conflict began in early October.
theo israel timel, Secretary of State Blinken came to Israel to reaffirm America’s support for this country. Mr Blinken also reiterated US President Joe Biden’s call for a temporary ceasefire to resolve the humanitarian crisis.
However, Prime Minister Netanyahu said he told Secretary of State Blinken that Israel “will attack with full force” until the hostages are released.
US officials confirmed this to the news agency AP They are not demanding a ceasefire, but simply calling for a halt to fighting in certain areas to facilitate humanitarian aid efforts.
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken called for a temporary ceasefire from Israel to allow humanitarian aid to reach Gaza. Photo: Reuters
Secretary of State Blinken has warned Israel that it risks destroying the last ray of hope for peace if the country does not act quickly to improve humanitarian conditions for Palestinian civilians in Gaza.
Meanwhile, according to the station, Hamas announced it was ready to release the hostages if Israel released all Palestinians detained by Israel. al Jazeera.
In a surprise attack in the south of Israel on October 7, Hamas killed more than 1,400 people and took more than 200 hostage.
Hamas confirmed that they will use this group of hostages to negotiate the goal of gaining freedom for thousands of Palestinians held in Israeli prisons.
The Israel–Hamas conflict broke out after Hamas attacked Israel on 7 October. Photo: Reuters