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Tuesday, June 4, 2024

Even after 8 months of war, Hamas remains dominant, Israel's mission fails!

Gaza War: The war that started to eliminate Hamas has turned into a direct fight with Gaza citizens. Even after nearly 8 months of the Gaza war, Israel has not been able to eliminate Hamas from Gaza. Even after the ceasefire, it seems difficult for the Hamas government to leave Gaza.

Even before the Gaza invasion, Netanyahu had declared that this war was to destroy Hamas. Netanyahu had said that after this war there would be no threat to Israel from Gaza. It has been almost 8 months since the war started, but The Guardian report has revealed that Hamas still controls many areas of the northern Gaza Strip.

The Guardian report has discussed in detail the military operations in the cities and the Palestinian group's control over civil affairs. The British newspaper has said that Hamas has maintained control over civil affairs in the northern Gaza Strip. Despite the Israeli army's continuous targeting of officers and forces, Hamas is still in control of Gaza.

Did not succeed in his aim

The Guardian, citing experts, has said that Israel has failed to achieve the objective for which it entered Gaza. Despite nearly 36 thousand deaths, the Israeli army has not been able to drive Hamas out of Gaza. Hamas is currently fighting on two fronts. First, it is fighting the Israeli army, second, it is trying to maintain and fulfill its duties towards the Palestinian people. Because Western countries want that after the ceasefire, the PA (Palestinian Authority) which rules the West Bank should run the government of Gaza.

Israel is fighting civilians, not Hamas

Makhamer Abusada, a political science professor at Al-Azhar University in Gaza, told The Guardian: “There is a clear perception that Israel is at war with the Palestinian people, not Hamas.” Abusada believes this will benefit Hamas, as Israel’s move will lead to more civilian recruitment into Hamas and strengthen its support among the public.

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