Three Hamas company commanders were eliminated

Three Hamas company commanders were eliminated
Three Hamas company commanders were eliminated


Tokyo intends to communicate directly with the Houthis regarding the hijacked ship

Japan says it will “approach directly” Yemen’s Iran-backed Houthi rebels after seizing a ship partly owned by an Israeli businessman and operated by a Japanese firm with about 25 crew members.

Foreign Minister Yoko Kamikawa says Tokyo is communicating with Israel, and is appealing to Saudi Arabia, Oman, Iran and other interested countries to strongly influence the Houthis to release the ship and crew members early.

“Our government will continue to take the necessary measures in cooperation with the countries concerned, taking into account the situation,” Kamikawa added.

Houthi army spokesman Yahya Sari said the rebels seized an “Israeli ship” on Sunday.

The Bahamian-flagged vessel is registered to a British company, which is partly owned by Israeli tycoon Abraham Ungar.

The ship was leased to a Japanese company at the time of the hijacking.

(Times of Israel)

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Beijing called for “urgent measures” to stop the humanitarian disaster in Gaza

The Chinese foreign minister, together with the ministers of Arab and Islamic countries, called for an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip and the delivery of humanitarian aid to the Palestinian enclave.

A delegation of the foreign ministers of Palestine, Indonesia, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan is in Beijing for talks aimed at “de-escalating” the current Palestinian-Israeli conflict.

Wang Yi said during the meeting that the international community must take urgent measures to stop the “humanitarian catastrophe” unfolding in Gaza, reports Guardian.

“Let’s work together to quickly calm the situation in Gaza and restore peace in the Middle East as soon as possible,” Wang said.

He confirmed that China fully supports the call to accept the two-state solution.

Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan al Saud said the international community should take responsibility and stop Israel.


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IDF: Three Hamas company commanders killed in airstrike

In airstrikes in the Gaza Strip overnight, three Hamas company commanders were killed, the Israel Defense Forces announced.

The IDF says the raids were carried out following intelligence on their whereabouts provided by the Shin Bet and the Directorate of Military Intelligence.

It added that a group of Hamas operatives had been identified who went to a building near them in the Gaza Strip and called for an airstrike.

According to the Israeli army, the building was also used as a weapons storage facility and was destroyed in the attack.

(Times of Israel)

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Al Jazeera: IDF attacks Indonesian hospital, 12 killed

At least 12 people were killed in an attack by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) on an Indonesian hospital in the Gaza Strip, it said. Al Jazeera.

Doctors and patients are among the dead as Israeli tanks continue to surround the hospital.

The main operating room was destroyed, the source said Al Jazeera from the hospital.

The medical team is in favor Al Jazeera said that the hospital was attacked during the night without prior warning and that the hospital staff is seeking urgent help from the UN and the Red Cross.

Israel has previously accused the Indonesian hospital of being a base of operations for Hamas fighters, which the hospital’s management has denied.

Israeli tank shells also hit a nearby Kuwaiti school where hundreds of families are taking refuge.

(Al Jazeera)

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The IDF released a video of the hostages in the Shifa hospital

The Israeli military released a video purporting to show hostages at Shifa Hospital in Gaza on October 7, the day Hamas launched attacks on Israel.

Surveillance camera footage released by IDF spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari shows a group of men leading one through the hospital.

Another video shows an injured man on a wheelchair. A man in civilian clothes carries an automatic rifle.

The IDF said the two hostages were nationals of Nepal and Thailand.

The Health Ministry in Gaza, which is run by Hamas, said it was unable to confirm the authenticity of the video of the two hostages, it reports BBC.

Hamas previously stated that it had taken some hostages to hospitals for treatment.


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The Ministry of Health in Gaza, which is under the control of Hamas, announced that the number of dead Palestinians from beginning of the conflict between the Israeli army and Hamasexceeded 13,000, of which 5,500 were children and 3,500 were women.

On the other hand, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) stated that the number of dead soldiers rose to 63.

The Israeli military said it raided the homes of senior Hamas officials in Gaza’s upscale Rimal neighborhood, reporting that it had found about 35 tunnels and a large quantity of weapons.

Israel’s Defense Minister Yoav Galant, at the same time, said that the Lebanese Hezbollah has fired more than 1,000 missiles at his country since the beginning of the conflict.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said that despite massive bombings in Gaza, Israeli forces are unable to destroy the militant group Hamas, calling on Islamic governments to sever political ties with Israel.

During that time, 31 premature babies were evacuated from the Shifa hospital in northern Gaza, the World Health Organization confirmed, as did Palestinian officials. Babies from southern Gaza will be transferred to hospitals in Egypt.

At the same time, the high representative of the European Union for foreign policy and security, Josep Borelj, demanded the urgent implementation of the decision of the United Nations Security Council on humanitarian pauses in the Palestinian enclave.

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