The Israeli soldiers have returned to Gaza City one month after the terror attack conducted by Hamas in Israel, according to Skyler Henry’s report. The Israeli Defense Forces have released a video showcasing the demolition of a tunnel in Gaza, which they claim was built by Hamas. The Israeli defense minister states that this is the first time in many years that Israeli forces are present in the heart of Gaza City, aiming to dismantle the terrorist organization responsible for the recent attacks on Israeli communities. The ground war is predicted to be challenging and prolonged, with Hamas fighters sharing videos of their assaults on Israeli military positions.
As the conflict escalates, many Palestinian civilians have fled Gaza City, including some who still express support for Hamas while evacuating. However, Hamas asserts that the current death toll in Gaza exceeds 10,000, including a significant number of children. Israel remains firm in rejecting ceasefire calls until the release of the hostages held by Hamas, leading relatives of the captives to visit lawmakers in Washington to share their personal accounts.
One individual pleads for the liberation of his 9-year-old cousin, Ohad, who celebrated his birthday in captivity, emphasizing that no child or civilian should endure such conditions. In Tel Aviv, a moment of silence was observed to commemorate the one-month anniversary of the attacks, honoring the 1,400 lives lost and the hostages still awaiting their return. The US Department of State announced its assistance in evacuating over 400 US citizens and eligible individuals from Gaza, including a young woman..