Hamas' armed wing al-Qassam Brigades claimed on Wednesday that Israel's air strikes on the Jabalia refugee camp on Tuesday, led to the death of 7 hostages, including three with foreign passports.
Hamas had taken around 240 people hostage on October 7, when its terrorists stormed Israel cities and murdered 1400 people, including women and children. The group has released four civilians, including two American citizens. The Israeli forces have rescued a soldier from Hamas' captivity.
Israel on Wednesday claimed that it eliminated a Hamas commander with the air strike. Hamas, however, denied that any of its military leaders were killed in the attack. The authorities in Palestine claimed 50 civilians died in the attack.
Meanwhile, Israel prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday said the country's war against Hamas will continue despite "painful losses" in ground fighting inside the Gaza Strip.
"We have so many important achievements, but also painful losses. We know that every soldier of ours is an entire world," Netanyahu said in a televised address after the army confirmed at least 11 soldiers killed in ground fighting on Tuesday.
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