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‘Hell On Earth’: Israel Launches 10,000th Airstrike In Gaza

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Israel has launched its 10,000th airstrike on Gaza, with intense bombings following a failed deal with Hamas.

The US also killed militants in Iraq, while Israel expanded ground operations in Gaza.

The death toll has risen, and Gaza’s Ministry of Health estimates over 15,500 casualties. (Trending: Olympic Gold Medalist Sentenced For Jan 6)

“Hell on Earth has returned to Gaza,” said Jens Laerke, a United Nations rep.

“Following IDF and [Israel Security Agency, or Shin Bet] intelligence, an IDF fighter jet struck and killed Haitham Khuwajari, the commander of Hamas’ Shati Battalion,” IDF spokesman Daniel Hagari stated.

“Our policy is clear — we will forcefully strike any threat posed against our territory,” Hagari pressed.

Israel blames Hamas for the conflict and has targeted tunnel shafts used by the terrorist group.

“The Israeli army has made every effort upholding our obligations under international law to get civilians out of harm’s way,” spokesman Eylon Levy said.

“To be clear, these places aren’t childproof, but rather teeming with terrorism,” the IDF posted on X.

“Every tunnel shaft and weapon we find is further proof of how Hamas deliberately uses the residents of Gaza for their terrorist agenda against Israelis.”

“Some of the tunnel shafts connected Hamas’ strategic assets via the underground tunnel network. In addition, many miles of the tunnel routes have been destroyed,” the IDF added.

“These findings are further proof of the cynical use that the Hamas terror organization makes of the civilian population as a human shield, and as a cover for its terror activity.”

“We will do everything to bring back everyone,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stated.

The fate of hostages held by Hamas remains uncertain, and Israel is also dealing with security threats from Hezbollah.

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