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America protests against Israeli attack on Gaza's Al-Shifa Hospital; Hamas's top commander killed

Pankaj Prasad
US President Joe Biden
US President Joe Biden

The Israeli army said that Siam was camped in Rantisi hospital in Gaza and was not allowing civilians and patients present in the hospital to go to safe places in southern Gaza despite Israeli warnings.

22 people were killed in the recent attack on Gaza's Al Shifa Hospital. The Israeli army has ordered the evacuation of the hospital but hundreds of people are still trapped there. The hospital administration says that if fuel is not arranged soon for the hospital's generator, many people, including many newborn children, may die due to lack of treatment. Now America has also protested against the attack on the hospital. US President Joe Biden has appealed that I hope that action will not be taken against the hospitals. Biden said that hospitals must be protected.

'Hospitals should remain safe'

A surgeon from Doctors Without Borders, a medical charity organization, said hundreds of people are trapped in Gaza's Al Shifa hospital and forced to live in inhumane conditions. Israel alleges that Hamas terrorists have made their hideouts in Al Shifa Hospital. Whereas Hamas denies these allegations. The United Nations has also strongly condemned the attack on Al Shifa Hospital. The World Health Organization says that about 2,300 patients, health workers and refugees are living in Al Shifa Hospital. US National Security Advisor Jack Sullivan also opposed the fight in the hospital and said that we want to see the patients safe. Sullivan also appealed for a longer ceasefire in the Gaza Strip so that people trapped in Gaza could be helped.

Hamas's top commander killed

The Israeli army has claimed to have killed a top Hamas commander in an air strike. It is being told that the killed Hamas commander is Ahmed Siam, who was holding about 1000 people hostage in a hospital in Gaza. The Israeli Army says that Siam was not allowing civilians and patients to leave the hospital. The Israeli army said that Siam was camped in Rantisi hospital in Gaza and was not allowing civilians and patients present in the hospital to go to safe places in southern Gaza despite Israeli warnings.
 



Siam was the commander of Hamas's Nasser Radwan Company. The Israeli Army said that Siam is also an example of the fact that Hamas is using civilians as human shields for its terrorist plans. At present, Siam was hiding in Gaza's Al Buraq School along with many of his colleagues, when Israeli Army fighter jets targeted that school and killed Siam. Israel's internal intelligence agency Shin Bet had received information about Siam's whereabouts, after which, acting on the information, the Israeli army killed the Hamas commander.

Hamas has taken a nine-month-old child hostage

The Israeli Army has said that a nine-month-old child was also included among the more than 200 people taken hostage by Hamas terrorists on October 7. The Israeli Army said that the name of this child is Kafir Bibas and when he was abducted by Hamas terrorists, he was 9 months old. Now he is 10 months old and is still in the captivity of Hamas. The Israeli army said that Hamas has also taken Kafir's elder brother and his parents hostage.