Tel Aviv: 26 days after the start of the Israel-Hamas war, the Israel Defense Forces confirmed that a key Hamas commander, Ibrahim Biari, was killed in an Israeli airstrike on Gaza’s Jabaliya refugee camp yesterday (Tuesday). In this case, ethnic cleansing is happening in Gaza and the UN has decided to prevent it. The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, OHCHR) Director has resigned from his post.
The Israel Defense Forces have confirmed that a number of Hamas militants have been killed, including Ibrahim Biari, the commander of the Hamas Central Wing who was the mastermind behind the attack on Israel on October 7.
In this case, the Israel Defense Forces have once again urged the people in the area to go to the southern part to save their lives through Site X.
Regarding the attack on the Jabaliya camp, Israel Defense Forces spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus said, “The downing of Biari is very important. At the same time, civilians also have to die as collateral damage. In yesterday’s attack, 50 people were killed, including Biari. Many of them were terrorists. Measures are being taken to reduce the collateral damage.”
But Hamas says Ibrahim Biari was not overthrown. “Israel is spreading fake news. Hamas accuses Israel of killing innocent civilians under the guise of extermination.
UN Human Rights Commission Director Resigns: Meanwhile, the UN The Director of the Human Rights Commission, Craig Mokiber, has resigned from his post. In his resignation letter on October 28, he said, “The UN has failed to stop Israel’s genocide in Gaza. Innocent Palestinians are being killed there. This attack is being supported by the US, Britain and many countries in Europe. They are jointly staging the worst attack. The UN cannot stop it. .I am withdrawing from .
Houthi soldiers joined the war! Countries like Iran, Egypt and Jordan have condemned the attack on the Jabaliya camp. They accuse Israel of human rights violations. Millions of innocent people are dying in Gaza. Those countries have insisted that Israel should at least ensure that they get adequate humanitarian aid. Egypt has stepped up the process of accepting war-wounded people through the Rafah border for treatment. Meanwhile, Yemen’s Houthi rebel forces have announced they have joined the war in support of Hamas
As the death toll in the Israel-Hamas war so far has reached 9,800, reports have surfaced that Hamas is about to release some more foreign hostages.