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Israel-Hamas War

How the Israel and Hamas War is going
How the war looks like.
How the war looks like.

The Israel-Hamas War has been going on since October 7, 2023 and it has only gotten worse. It takes place in Israel and Palestine. According to https://www.britannica.com/event/Israel-Hamas-War it states, the “Israel-Hamas War, war between Israel and Palestinian militants, especially Hamas and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ), that began on October 7, 2023, when Hamas launched a land, sea, and air assault on Israel from the Gaza Strip. The October 7 attack resulted in more than 1,200 deaths, primarily Israeli citizens, making it the deadliest day for Israel since its independence.”

When Israel and Hamas were fighting other, allied countries helped Israel them by sending them weapons, money, and even vehicles. So far this war has had a lot of missile attacks, bombs, kidnapping, shooting, and even hostages taken.

Israel has been able to save some of their hostages as they fight for their country. However, their blockade of Gaza has resulted in starvation for thousands of Palestinians, who have gotten resources such as food and water from packages that other allied countries have dropped into Gaza from planes.

Overall, This war has had nothing but awful actions that can’t be resolved. The Israel-Hamas War has had a huge impact in the world and no one knows when it will possibly end. Lastly according to the https://www.cbsnews.com/news/hamas-israel-gaza-ceasefire-deal-biden/, it states that Biden announced an Israeli proposal to end the Gaza war.

Late last month, President Biden announced what he called an Israeli proposal to end the war.

He said the plan consisted of three phases, the first of which would include a cessation of hostilities. He said Israeli forces would pull out of population centers in Gaza, some Israeli hostages and hundreds of Palestinian prisoners would be exchanged, Palestinian civilians would return to some parts of Gaza, including the north, and 600 trucks of humanitarian aid would be provided per day.

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