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Home Top News Nearly 200 Palestinians martyred, 250 Israelis killed as Israel, Hamas fight

Nearly 200 Palestinians martyred, 250 Israelis killed as Israel, Hamas fight

Israeli army sounded alarms across the country's south, and central areas for over an hour, urging people to remain close to shelters

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Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israel, and Israel responded with airstrikes. At least 198 Palestinians and 250 Israelis have been killed, and more than 1100 have been injured.

Hamas has taken hostages and prisoners of war, according to the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) spokesperson, Brigadier General Daniel Hagari.

Hamas says it fired thousands of rockets and captured “a big number” of Israelis after its fighters crossed into Israel from the Gaza Strip.


The armed branch of the Palestinian resistance organization Hamas – known as the Al-Qassam Brigades – stated on Saturday that they are continuing with their planned “Operation Al-Aqsa Flood” to hold Israel responsible for its acts of aggression.

Hamas says it is fighting to protect Al-Aqsa Mosque and to stop the settler violence.

Israel says Hamas started the conflict and that it will continue attacking until Hamas is “degraded”.

The operation comes after thousands of settlers in recent days carried out provocative tours of the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex in occupied East Jerusalem during the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

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