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[UPDATE-Day 65-Dec 10-17:00Z] Israel-Hamas War: Real Time Reaction and Analysis


Israel to continue with intensive combat actions in Gaza Strip for two more months

Israel’s intensive combat actions against fighters of radical Palestinian group Hamas will continue for at least two more months, the Israeli Kan radio station said citing an unnamed political official on Sunday.

The anonymous source noted that after two months of intense fighting no ceasefire agreements are in view in the Gaza Strip and local military operations in the Gaza Strip would continue to be carried out by Israel’s army units, which remain staying in the Palestinian enclave. Kan’s source also said that within these two months Israel would continue with its efforts offering additional deals to free hostages kidnapped by Hamas radicals on Oct. 7th and held captive in the Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile, a French Navy Frigate shot down two unmanned aerial vehicles flying over the Red Sea from Yemen, the General Staff of the French armed forces reported. “On December 9, the French Navy’s multirole frigate Languedoc downed two drones flying directly at it from the Yemeni coast,” the statement said.

One drone was shot down at about 9:30 p.m. Paris time Saturday (8:30 p.m. GMT), the second at about 11:30 p.m. Paris time Saturday (10:30 p.m. GMT). Both drones were intercepted about 110 kilometers off the coast of Yemen.



This is a developing story that HO1 will continue to monitor.
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[UPDATE-Day 65-Dec 10-17:00Z] Col. Richard Kemp at the UN

⚔️ New Phase of the War Against Hamas ⚔️

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