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IDF Spokesman Isn’t ‘Deluded’ About Who WIll Control A Post-War Gaza

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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have expanded their ground operations to the entire Gaza Strip, following the collapse of a week-long truce.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has pledged “total victory” against Hamas and vowed to return hostages still in captivity.

The death toll in Gaza has risen, with concerns about civilian casualties. (Trending: Bombshell Email Uncovered Between Joe Biden And Hunter)

IDF Spokesman Daniel Hagari said, “The IDF is resuming and expanding the ground operation against Hamas’ strongholds across the whole Gaza Strip.”

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

“I’m not prepared to delude myself and say that this defective thing, established under the Oslo Accords in a terrible mistake,” said Hagari, about a Palestinian Authority-run government.

The White House believes Israel is trying to minimize civilian deaths, despite international pressure to place conditions on US weaponry sent to Israel.

“We believe they have been receptive to our messages here of trying to minimize civilian casualties,” said Antony Blinken, when asked about civilians dying in Gaza.

Biden Security Advisor John Kirby emphasized, “There’s not a whole lot of modern militaries that would do that… to telegraph their punches in that way. So they are making an effort.”

There are reports of a Hamas attack plan, with the US intelligence claiming unawareness of it.

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