The Israeli leader has announced that the complete annihilation of Hamas is still the primary goal of the ongoing military operations in Gaza. After focusing on land operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, Israel is now shifting its attention to Rafah, where it believes “four battalions” of the Islamist movement are present. To achieve this objective, the Israeli leader intends to dismantle the neighboring refugee camps of Rafah and Al-Sultan.
As Israel continues to pursue its military objectives in Gaza, it is becoming increasingly clear that the head of the Hebrew state remains resolute in its determination to destroy Hamas completely. Following initial operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, Israel is now targeting Rafah, where it believes there are significant concentrations of Hamas fighters. In order to accomplish this goal, Israel plans to dismantle nearby refugee camps, including those of Rafah and Al-Sultan.
The pursuit of total destruction by the Israeli leader has sparked widespread criticism from human rights groups and other nations around the world. Many have called for an immediate ceasefire and a diplomatic solution to the conflict in Gaza, rather than continuing with military operations that could result in further civilian casualties and displacement. Despite these calls, however, Israel remains committed to achieving its war goals through military means.