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Israel-Hamas war LIVE updates: US shares concern about casualties in fight for al-Shifa

An earlier speech by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah did not sit well with many Palestinians living in Lebanon, and people expected the Iran-backed militant group to launch an all-out war against Israel.

According to Al Jazeera, Palestinians in the country want Hezbollah to increase pressure on Israel and pose as the leader of Hamas.

More than 1.8 million people marched peacefully across France on Sunday to protest anti-Semitism and the war between Israel and Hamas. The march in Paris was attended by French Prime Minister Elisabeth Borne, along with several senior leaders, including those from President Emmanuel Macron’s party.

Fighting between Israeli troops and Hamas continued outside Gaza’s largest hospital, where incubators lay idle without electricity and critical supplies were running low, the AP reported, citing health officials. They rejected Israel’s claim that it facilitated Sunday’s evacuation of infants and other people.

The United States has carried out new strikes in eastern Syria against targets linked to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps in eastern Syria, CNN reported, citing US Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin.

“The president has no higher priority than the safety of American personnel, and he directed today’s action to make it clear that the United States will defend itself, its personnel, and its interests,” he said.

Fresh evidence revealed that Hamas militants were poised to penetrate deep into Israeli territory, possibly as far as the Far Eastern border to the West Bank, The Washington Post reported, citing intelligence officials.

Image Source: The Times of Israel

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