Benjamin Netanyahu who is Israel’s prime minister has recently released a chilling message which serves as a warning to Palestine and the world how the attacks on Gaza will continue and are nowhere close to ending, just yet.
With the increasing number of innocent people dying in both Palestine and Israel, Netanyahu boldly explained how Israel will move forward with more attacks through its powerful forces, which have already caused mass-scale destruction. Moreover, Palestine’s medical sector had recently issued a warning how more attacks of this nature would lead to a complete and total collapse of the system.
Despite all of this, Israel vows to continue with the destruction, confirmed reports.
Violent attacks between Israel and Hamas which is a militant-based group situated in Gaza have now entered into its fifth day of conflict. Critics have explained how this is the worst form of attack since the year 2014. Just last night, the Palestinian state was slammed with one of the worst IDF bombardments with grave efforts to destroy an entire network comprising of tunnels while carrying out targeted attacks against suspected senior officials too.
The massively violent chaos has sparked outrage in the Muslim world with many leaders calling the United Nations to intervene before it’s too late.
Be it influential personalities or celebrities, many have called for de-escalation to bring an end to the innocent lives that are being lost.But when it comes to a ceasefire, there appears to be zero hope from Israel’s side after the chilling warning message issued by the country’s prime minister.
A recent report by the Times of Israel mentioned how the prime minister spoke about how security consultations in Tel Aviv have carried out numerous major attacks.
“In the last few days, we have gone about attacking several of their underground targets.The Hamas group thought that they would be able to hide there but they can’t,” he boldly remarked.
Towards the end of his message, the prime minister concluded with a statement where he warned Hamas of paying a major price for their actions.