IDF warns truce with Hamas ‘dead end’ “Will operate in max force in Gaza”


Anjali Sharma

GG News Bureau
NEW YORK, 6th Dec.
The Israel Defence Force spokesperson Rear Admiral Daniel Hagari on Tuesday reaffirmed the end of the truce between Israel and Hamas, that it will use all its power against Hamas terrorists, after the resumption of hostilities.

He added that Israel used the 7 day pause of war to ‘increase readiness.’

“We pursued them in northern Gaza. We’re now pursuing Hamas in southern Gaza too., Hagari stated

“We will operate in maximum force against Hamas terrorists and infrastructures while minimizing harm to the civilians that Hamas places around them as shields. Our forces used the seven-day pause before the Hamas violation to increase readiness, review intelligence, and refine operational procedures. We are implementing lessons learned for the new phase of this war, improving the efficiency and the precision of our operations on the ground,” he said.

Hagari emphasised that the terror group chose war by rejecting the release of hostages and breaking the agreement as he invoked the end of the truce on December 1.

He said, “We have entered a new phase in our war against Hamas. Hamas broke the humanitarian pause when it violated the hostage release agreement by refusing to release women, children, and babies as agreed. Hamas also fired rockets at Israeli homes. It should be clear to everyone by now. Hamas chooses war. Hamas chose war when it broke the hostage release agreement on December 1.”

“Hamas chose war when it massacred our people on October 7. It has been eight weeks since October 7, and Hamas is still holding 137 of our people hostage babies, the elderly, women, and men,” he added.

IDF spokesperson called on the International organisation to assist Israel in the release of hostages and ensure that the Red Cross is granted access to the hostages.

“We call on international organizations in Gaza to assist us with this effort. It can help have lives. We also call on international organizations to ensure that the Red Cross gains access to our hostages. In Hamas captivity, 137 hostages are being held in inhumane and brutal conditions, and not one international organization has seen them,” Hagari stressed

He added that the more we hear about the cruel conditions in Hamas captivity the more urgent our mission. Our global mission to rescue our hostages becomes,”.

Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu convened a meeting of his war cabinet at the Defence Ministry headquarters in Tel Aviv on Tuesday.

Netanyahu was joined by the IDF chief of staff, the National Security Council chief, the head of the Mossad, and the Shin Bet chief, as well as cabinet members Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and Minister Benny Gantz.

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