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Israel Hamas War : 274 Palestinians killed in Israeli attack; 4 The release of the hostages

Leader Online Desk: At least 274 Palestinians, including dozens of children, were killed and hundreds injured in an Israeli attack, Gaza's health ministry said on Sunday. The Israeli army said its troops returned heavy fire. Four hostages held by Hamas were rescued. Meanwhile, a Gaza health official said earlier that at least 210 Palestinians, including children, had been killed in Israeli airstrikes in the area. The claim was denied by the Israeli army. Israel launched heavy aerial bombardments on the densely populated Gaza Strip in response to the October 7 attack by Hamas, and the war has been ongoing ever since.

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Fighter planes were flying..women and children were running on the streets…

Israel celebrated this as a stunning success, killing many Palestinians in a raid. “The Israeli bombardment was 'hell,'” eyewitness Mohammed al-Habash told The Associated Press. We saw many fighter jets flying at this place. We saw people running on the streets. Women and children were screaming and crying.”

The operation, in the war-torn refugee camp Nusserrat, was the largest rescue operation since October 7. When Hamas and other militants crossed the border, they killed about 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and took 250 hostages.

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According to the Ministry of Health, 36,700 Palestinians have been killed in Israel's massive offensive. 64 children and 57 women were killed and nearly 700 injured in the raid. This includes 153 children and 161 women.

Israeli War Cabinet Minister Benny Gantz

Israeli War Cabinet Minister Benny Gantz resigns

Israeli War Cabinet Minister Benny Gantz has resigned and sought re-election. In response, Benjamin Netanyahu issued a statement on Sunday saying that Israel is fighting for survival on many fronts. Benny, this is no time to run away. Before resigning, Gantz demanded in May that Netanyahu formulate a clear strategy for Gaza and agree to a cease-fire agreement.

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