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IDF Strikes Over 400 Hamas Targets in Gaza Strip in One Day

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Shivani Chauhan
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IDF Strikes Over 400 Hamas Targets in Gaza Strip in One Day

The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have announced a staggering strike on over 400 targets belonging to Hamas in the Gaza Strip within a 24-hour timeframe. Among the targeted locations, 50 are located in the Khan Younis area. This operation forms part of Israel's military actions in the region, often undertaken in response to rocket launches or other forms of aggression from Palestinian militant groups such as Hamas.

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A Contentious Territory

The Gaza Strip, a long-contested territory, is frequently subjected to tensions and conflicts between Israel and Palestinian groups. Despite the ongoing efforts of Qatar, Egypt, and the United States to reinstate a ceasefire and facilitate the release of hostages seized by Hamas, the attacks continue. The Israeli military has launched hefty attacks against terrorist groups in the south of the Gaza Strip. According to officials from the Gaza Health Ministry, the resumption of hostilities has resulted in the death of 184 individuals.

(Read Also: Israel Resumes Attacks on Gaza, Ceasefire Fragility Raises Concerns)

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Information Dissemination

These details were disseminated via the Telegram channel 'ColumbusInformazione', which also invites users to subscribe for updates and participate in a chat group. The channel's report alleges that Israeli authorities obtained Hamas' plan for an October 7 attack more than a year in advance. The news raises questions about a potential failure of Israeli intelligence as these authorities had discarded the plan, deeming it too complex for the group.

(Read Also: Palestinian Islamic Resistance Claims ‘Enemy’ Casualties; Vigils Remember Children Lost in Conflict)

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Continued Hostilities

While rocket launches towards Israel and bombings on the Gaza Strip continue, 178 Palestinians have been killed following the end of the ceasefire. Despite Egypt and Qatar's efforts for a new period of ceasefire and the beginning of a peace process, a resolution seems elusive. The American Vice President Kamala Harris is set to speak at the Cop28 climate summit in Dubai, outlining American goals post the Israel-Hamas conflict. The New York Times reports that Israeli officials were aware of Hamas' battle plan for the October 7 attack more than a year before it occurred, raising questions about Hamas' information gathering capabilities.

Furthermore, Medecins Sans Frontieres openly accuses the IDF of deliberately targeting a convoy in Gaza City during the war against Hamas in the Strip. The humanitarian organization has requested a formal explanation from Israeli authorities and an independent investigation to establish the facts and responsibilities.

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