IDF, on the situation in Rafah: “Our war is against Hamas, not against the people of Gaza”

IDF, on the situation in Rafah: “Our war is against Hamas, not against the people of Gaza”
IDF, on the situation in Rafah: “Our war is against Hamas, not against the people of Gaza”

The spokesman for the Israeli Army, Daniel Hagari, has defended the “precise operation” of the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in Rafah as one more step towards the defeat of Hamas and the release of the hostages and has assured that their war is against the group and not against the Gazan people, whom he has called to leave the area. “Our operations against Hamas in Rafah remain limited in scope and focus on tactical advances, tactical adjustments and key military advantages, and have avoided densely populated areas,” Hagari said in a video shared on the social network X. The spokesperson Israel’s military has asserted that, since the beginning of the operation against Hamas in Rafah, the IDF has “eliminated dozens of terrorists” and has “exposed underground tunnels and large quantities of weapons.” “Before our operations, we urge civilians to temporarily move towards humanitarian areas and away from the crossfire that Hamas is carrying out. Our war is against Hamas, not against the population of Gaza,” Hagari said. In this sense, the soldier has stressed that the Israeli forces have “facilitated the entry of 200,000 liters of fuel through the Kerem Shalom border crossing in recent days”, while they have “facilitated and coordinated the opening of a new tunnel and a new field hospital in central Gaza,” and have been “operating to allow the flow of humanitarian aid to Rafah via the Salah Adin highway.” “Only in recent days, we have all remembered why our persecution against Hamas is vital,” added the IDF representative, who denounced that “Hamas has fired nine rockets from Rafah towards the Kerem Shalom pass, the same pass that Israel uses to facilitate the entry of humanitarian aid to the population of Gaza.

 
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