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Israeli PM Netanyahu told the army, killed more than 100 terrorists in a week

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Israeli PM Netanyahu told the army, killed more than 100 terrorists in a week

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Tel Aviv: It’s been three months since the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas. This war also seems to be dragging on like Russia-Ukraine. Thousands of people have died because of this war. Lakhs of people have had to be displaced. Meanwhile, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have killed more than 100 Palestinian terrorists in the last week, while dozens are being killed every day.

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Netanyahu made the remarks at the beginning of a government meeting at the Kirya military base in Tel Aviv on Sunday, Xinhua news agency reported. He said, “Last week they (troops) killed more than 100 terrorists and every day dozens of terrorists are killed, sometimes even more. We will eliminate Hamas, bring back our hostages and win the war. “

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An IDF statement released later on Sunday revealed that Israeli troops were continuing operations in Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip. Armored, engineering and air force units are being used to kill Palestinian terrorists. The government on Sunday unanimously approved the signing of an order to February 27 to postpone local elections, which were scheduled to be held in October in 2023, according to a statement from Israel’s government press office.

War with Hamas will continue for many months – Netanyahu

Earlier, Netanyahu announced that the war with Hamas will continue for several months and made it clear that there will be no ceasefire until all the remaining 140 hostages are released from Gaza. He said Israel wants to maintain open security over Gaza after the war ends, in defiance of its closest ally, the US, which wants a two-state solution to provide final statehood for Palestine. Netanyahu said Israel should maintain open security control over the Gaza Strip, but he left the world guessing about what would happen next.

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