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Israel-Hamas War Day 16: Tel Aviv, Beirut trade fire as IDF continue strikes for Gaza invasion

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The Israel-Hamas War entered on its 16th day. The IDF intercepted a ground-to-air missile from Lebanon.

The exchanges of fire erupted on the Israeli-Lebanon border seriously wounding an IDF soldier as Hezbollah reported six deaths.

As per the latest toll, at least 1,400 Israelis killed since October 7 while the Gaza Health Ministry said 4,600 Palestinians were Killed some 13,000 were wounded and 85 Palestinians were killed in the West Bank.

In the latest raid on a refugee camp in the West Bank, 13 people lost their lives while 2 people were killed in a mosque attacked by Israel Air Force.


Israel vows to step up Gaza strikes before ground invasion

Israel’s air force chief said he “wouldn’t want to swap places with our enemy and face an IDF division or brigade,” as the army continued with its plans for an invasion of Gaza.

The safety of over 200 hostages abducted by Hamas is another complicating factor.

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