Israel kills a prominent Hamas leader in Al-Shifa Hospital

Israel kills a prominent Hamas leader in Al-Shifa Hospital

international29 mrt '24 06:37Modified on 29 Mar 24 at 08:32Autor: Samuel Hanegraves

The Israeli army said that Israel killed a leader of the Hamas movement in Al-Shifa Hospital in Gaza City last night. According to reporter Ralph Dekkers, the man belongs to “the top ten Hamas leadership.” Yesterday, Israel received a “severe slap on the finger” from the International Court of Justice for allowing too little aid to enter Gaza.

Israel kills a prominent Hamas leader in Al-Shifa Hospital

Battles have been continuing in Al-Shifa Hospital in the northern Gaza Strip for two weeks. The Israeli army succeeded in killing a prominent leader of the Hamas movement last night. It will be a stable council.

“He tried to escape the compound,” says Dekkers from Israel. “Before October 7, the man was said to have been in contact with Hamas leader Yahya Sinwar.” It is also said that Thabet belonged to his inner circle.

Army spokesman Daniel Hajari described Thabet as the “head of human resources and supplies” in the Palestinian movement. According to Dekkers, about 500 Hamas members have so far been arrested at Al-Shifa Hospital.

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Yesterday, Israel received a forceful “click on the finger” from the International Court of Justice in The Hague, which states that Israel is doing too little to allow humanitarian aid into Gaza. “The justices unanimously say that Israel must do more,” Dekkers said. He added: “The country must provide more aid to Gaza immediately. As far as the judges are concerned, the famine there has already begun.

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Within thirty days, Israel must prove the steps it has taken. Dekkers: The State Department spokesman responded that Israel does not impose any restrictions on accepting aid. But on the other hand, he indicated that he would present new initiatives.

According to Dekkers, about 500 Hamas members have so far been arrested at Al-Shifa Hospital. (Afghan National Police/AFP)

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The local court ruling is also causing unrest in our country. “The Supreme Court in Israel issued a temporary ruling allowing the recruitment of ultra-Orthodox Jews into the army starting next week.” Until now, that population has been exempt from participating in the battle.

Dekkers believes that this statement creates tension within the cabinet, as two ultra-Orthodox Jews who are part of the cabinet strongly oppose it. The reporter said, “This statement may lead to the end of the alliance.”

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