Tel Aviv: As the Israel-Hamas war is intensifying day by day, the United States is sending its most powerful Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) anti-aircraft missile system.
There have already been reports that the US Army’s Delta Force is about to enter Gaza along with Israeli soldiers. In this context, the United States is sending anti-missile systems like THAAD and Patriot. As many countries like Iran, Kuwait, Lebanon, and Syria have started working in support of Palestine, American aid to Israel continues to grow.
13000 thousand soldiers: US President Biden met Delta Force soldiers when he visited Israel. Delta soldiers of the US Army are engaged in covert military operations in various countries including Afghanistan, Iraq, Kuwait and Syria. Similarly, there are reports that Delta Force soldiers are involved in a secret operation to destroy Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip of Palestine. About 13,000 American soldiers are said to be stationed in Israel.
16th day; 4300 lives lost: On October 7, Hamas militants launched an aerial attack on Israel. In 2 hours many people were killed in the missiles that flew towards Israel. Israel, who did not expect this at all, launched a counterattack within a few hours. “Hamas will be completely destroyed,” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said shortly after the offensive began. Since that day, today is the 16th day that Israel is carrying out serious attacks. Death toll in Gaza passes 4,300 Hamas has confirmed that 55 Palestinians were killed in an attack by Israeli forces last night (Oct. 21).
Attacks on Syrian airfields: In this case, Israel has carried out airstrikes targeting the airports of Damascus and Aleppo in neighboring Syria. According to reports, a Syrian airport employee has died. Air service there has been disrupted due to the attack.
Israeli forces intensified their offensive in northern Gaza last night. Israeli military spokesman Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari warned Gazans to vacate the north and head south as soon as possible.
40 percent of the buildings in Gaza were damaged by the Israeli attack. Many of these are completely leveled.
On the one hand help and on the other hand attack: About 3,000 tons of relief goods were sent to Egypt’s Al Arish Airport by cargo planes on behalf of various countries and charity organizations including Saudi Arabia, Qatar, China, Russia, and the European Union. These were loaded onto more than 200 trucks and taken to the Rafah border area of Egypt-Gaza.
However, Israeli warplanes launched a series of airstrikes on the Rafah border, preventing the Rafah border from being opened and relief supplies being flown into Gaza. At the behest of US President Joe Biden, the government of Israel allowed aid to be flown into Gaza. Following this, 20 vehicles entered Gaza yesterday (October 21). Israel is intensifying its offensive even as aid flows away.