"Revenge and collective punishment"; Israel's Great Attack; US drones over Gaza

The IDF claims it has completely surrounded Gaza City and says a ceasefire is not currently on the agenda.
On the other hand, Hamas stated that more than 11,000 people were killed or disappeared under the ruins due to Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip. Intense exchange of fire between Hezbollah and the IDF.

Irish Prime Minister: "It looks like revenge"

Irish Prime Minister Leo Varadkar has again criticized Israel's operations in Gaza, saying they are increasingly looking like revenge. "I firmly believe that Israel has the right to defend itself, it has the right to attack Hamas. But this is not just about self-defense. This is looking more and more like revenge," Varadkar said today on state radio RTE, as reported by The Guardian.
The Irish Prime Minister has already said that Israel has the right to defend itself, but not the right to do evil. At the start of the bombing of Gaza, he said it was like collective punishment.

Netanyahu met with Blinken

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Tel Aviv.

WATCH: US Secretary of State Antony Blinken arrives in Tel Aviv for talks as Israel insists a cease-fire isnt on the table
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At least 21 people ended up in hospital in Gaza after Israeli attacks

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