Israel’s leader is determined to achieve the complete annihilation of Hamas, which was declared as the initial war goal on October 7th. After concentrating its land operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, Israel is now targeting Rafah, where “four battalions” of the Islamist movement are reportedly present. In a statement, the Israeli leader mentioned the dismantling of the neighboring refugee camps of Rafah and Al-Sultan as a means to achieve their objectives.
The Israeli military continues to carry out operations in Gaza, with the head of the Hebrew state remaining steadfast in their pursuit of the total destruction of Hamas. Following initial operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, Israel has shifted its focus to Rafah, where they are currently targeting four battalions of the Islamist movement. Plans have been put in place to dismantle nearby refugee camps such as Rafah and Al-Sultan in order to achieve these objectives.
Israel’s leader is adamant about achieving their goal of completely eliminating Hamas from Gaza. After conducting land operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, they are now turning their attention towards Rafah where they believe there are four battalions of Islamist militants present. The Israeli government plans on dismantling neighboring refugee camps like Rafah and Al-Sultan to reach this objective.
As Israel continues its military operations in Gaza, it becomes increasingly clear that achieving complete annihilation of Hamas remains a top priority for its leader. After initially focusing on Gaza City and Khan Younes, they have now set their sights on Rafah where they believe “four battalions” of Hamas militants are present. To achieve this objective, plans have been put into place to dismantle nearby refugee camps like Rafah and Al-Sultan.
The head of the Hebrew state is actively pursuing his initial war goal declared on October 7th which is complete annihilation of Hamas. This unwavering determination has led them to target “four battalions” of Islamist militants located in Rafah. In order to accomplish this objective, plans have been made to dismantle neighboring refugee camps such as Rafah and Al-Sultan.