The Israeli military has started rewarding anyone who provides precise information on the whereabouts of hostages held by the extremist organization Hamas with money and safety.
After being dropped from Israeli planes, the leaflets were discovered by Gazans on Tuesday throughout the city. This is just one of many actions taken by Israel to find some of the prisoners that Hamas is holding.
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Official Statement by Israel Defence Force in the pamphlet:
The Israel Defence Forces distributed Arabic-language pamphlets that said, “If your will is to live in peace and to have a better future for your children, do the humanitarian deed immediately and share verified and valuable information about hostages being held in your area.”
The Israeli military guarantees that it will use all of its resources to keep you and your house safe and secure, and that you will be compensated financially. We assure you of total privacy,” they declared.
Rethinking the extent of a ground invasion that was expected any day is becoming more and more popular within the nation, more than two weeks after Hamas struck and murdered almost 1,400 people. One of the primary worries that have prevented the ground invasion thus far is what would happen to the estimated 200 captives, some of whom may already be dead. Four hostages have been freed by Hamas, which the US and EU have branded as terrorists. Two of the captives were elderly and were freed on Monday thanks to Qatar’s intervention.
Israel has started receiving heavy criticism from countries and people around the world for ruthlessly killing the Palestinian people in the Gaza strip and cutting off all supplies to the strip. Gaza Strip currently has no essential supplies like fresh water, medicines, electricity, and food. IDF is still attacking the northern part of the Gaza strip which is increasing the hardships for the Palestinian people living there as they have no place to go to.
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