Benjamin Netanyahu News: The war between Israel and Hamas started on October 7. Amidst this war, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has raised questions on international human rights organizations on the ‘dark exploits’ of Hamas. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has strongly criticized international human rights organizations, women’s groups and the United Nations for maintaining silence about rape and other atrocities committed by Hamas against Israeli women.
the Israeli PM posted on his official ‘X’ handle. It wrote that “I say to women’s rights organizations, human rights organizations that ‘You have heard about the rape, terrible torture, sexual harassment of Israeli women – where are you?’ Netanyahu slammed international agencies for their silence on Hamas’ atrocities against Israeli women.
‘Governments of the world should speak on the atrocities against the Israeli people’
“I expect all civilized leaders, governments, countries to speak out against this atrocity,” Netanyahu said. He made the comments at a news conference in Tel Aviv with Defense Minister Yoav Galant and Minister Benny Gantz. Netanyahu said he met with relatives of the freed hostages and those taken earlier, The Times of Israel reported. The people present there described this meeting as hostile and stormy.
Know what the Israeli Defense Minister said?
According to The Times of Israel, Defense Minister Yoav Galant said it was necessary to put pressure on Hamas before the hostages could be brought home, so the IDF also carried out ground attacks. Gallant said that “ground operations require humanitarian assistance and this provides the minimum humanitarian assistance to enable military pressure.” On fueling Gaza, Gallant says that, in return, Israel has the “right to demand” that Hamas respect its obligation to allow the Red Cross to visit hostages or at least provide medicines and other Take care of the needs.
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