“AI believe that Israel will, for an indefinite period, have global responsibility for security because we have seen what happens when we don’t have it”, said Netanyahu, in an excerpt from the interview with the North American broadcaster ABC.
“When we don’t have that responsibility for security, what we have is an eruption of Hamas terror on a scale we couldn’t imagine,” he added.
The Israeli ruler replied, when asked who should govern Gaza when the war ends: “Those who do not want to follow the path of Hamas.”
On October 7, Hamas – classified as a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union and Israel – carried out an attack of unprecedented dimensions on Israeli territory, killing more than 1,400 people, most of them civilians, and more than 200 hostages. which he holds captive in the Gaza Strip.
Israel then began strong retaliation against that poor Palestinian enclave, controlled by Hamas since 2007, with cuts in the supply of food, water, electricity and fuel and daily bombings, followed by a ground offensive that completed the siege on Thursday. city of Gaza.
The war between Israel and Hamas, which is celebrating its 31st day today and continues to threaten to spread throughout the Middle East region, has so far claimed more than 10,000 lives in the Gaza Strip, announced the Palestinian Ministry of Health, controlled by by the Islamist movement Hamas.
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