Tel Aviv: The Israeli army has announced that the Gaza border has come under their control.
The war between Israel-Hamas militants has entered its 5th day. In this situation, Israel is planning to increase the ground attack along with the air attack on Gaza. The Israeli army has deployed more troops in southern Israel. Reserve forces have been called up along with heavy military equipment.
Meanwhile, Israel says it has regained control of the Gaza Strip, where many killings have taken place since Hamas militants launched an unprecedented offensive. The Israeli army has taken over the security of many areas and roads there. Similarly, Israel’s military has confirmed that the first plane carrying sophisticated weapons from the United States has landed at the Navadim airport in Israel. Israel also said the weapons would be used to create a significant offensive and additional force.
Earlier, the US had expressed its firm and unwavering support to Israel. In a statement released by President Joe Biden in this regard, he said, “The attack by Hamas is an evil act. We are ready to provide additional assistance to Israel if necessary. I have one word to say to the countries and organizations that want to take advantage of this situation. It is, don’t.”
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken is expected to visit Israel on Thursday. According to a statement from the White House, he will confirm the support of the US government to the government and people of Israel.
Meanwhile, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said that the increasing catastrophe caused by the deaths of people in Israel and Gaza is worrying and that this war shows the failure of America’s policy in the Middle East.
Following the rocket attacks in the Golan Heights, the Israeli army has also bombarded areas of Syria. Several rockets were fired from Syria towards Israel. Some of these have fallen outside Israel’s border areas, according to the Israeli army. The army has not blamed any group for the attack.
“Israeli warplanes have been attacking 200 targets in Gaza throughout the night, hitting many important buildings, including Hamas headquarters. One of the houses hit is the house of the father of Hamas’s armed wing chief, Mohammed Tayfi, Palestinian news agencies reported,” Israel’s military said. The war has so far displaced 1,80,000 people in the Gaza Strip; Many are staying on the streets and in schools, according to the UN report.