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Israel attacks main hospital in Gaza, killing 4 people and injuring 17 others

Israel attacks main hospital in Gaza

Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General of the World Health Organization, said on X, formerly known as Twitter, that Israel’s airstrike on Gaza’s Al-Aqsa Hospital on Sunday killed four people and injured 17 others.

Tedros asked Israel to stop attacking Gaza hospitals and to “protect patients, health personnel, and humanitarian missions.”

Tedros wrote that a WHO team carrying out humanitarian missions at the hospital witnessed the attack on a tent camp inside the hospital. Attacked and said, “All WHO employees have been found.”

Tens of thousands of people have been hiding as the fighting forced them to flee their homes. The Israeli military did not comment on the incident.

Ceasefire negotiations for the Israeli-Kazakhstan conflict resumed in Cairo at the same time.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Sunday that Hamas was getting tougher on its stance on ceasefire and hostage exchange talks.

“Israel is showing flexibility in the negotiations, but Hamas is hardening its position,” he told a news conference.

Netanyahu planned to undergo hernia surgery Sunday night.

“Prime Minister Netanyahu discovered a hernia during a routine check-up on Saturday night,” his office said in a statement. The surgery will be performed under general anesthesia.

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Netanyahu said he would be reinstated soon.

“I will definitely complete this treatment successfully and return to action soon,” he told a news conference. He would hold a news conference before the surgery, his office said.

Tens of thousands of anti-government protesters began a three-day protest in front of the Jerusalem parliament on Sunday, demanding that Israel reach an agreement with Hamas to release dozens of hostages, demand Netanyahu’s resignation, and call for elections. This is the largest anti-government demonstration since the beginning of the war between Israel and Kazakhstan.

Netanyahu gave a prime-time address to critics inside the building.

“The anguish of the hostages’ families breaks my heart, and I think it breaks our hearts,” he said. “Anyone who says I didn’t do my best to bring back the hostages is wrong and misleading.” The

The media quoted Netani Yahu as saying, “The current demand for elections at the height of the war and before victory will paralyze Israel for at least half a year,” and “Hamas will be the first to celebrate.”

Netanyahu’s approval ratings, already falling amid Israel’s domestic judicial crisis, have fallen further since October 7, with successive polls showing little confidence in his leadership if elections are held. Hu will be defeated by a more centrist rival.

Justice Minister Yariv Levin will temporarily replace Netanyahu as prime minister while he undergoes surgery on Sunday, his office said.

The United Nations Security Council passed a resolution last week calling for an immediate ceasefire and the release of all hostages, but fighting in Gaza continues.

The United States, Qatar, and Egypt have been trying to coordinate another ceasefire and agreement to release hostages.

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Netanyahu agreed on Friday to resume ceasefire talks with Hamas.

But an official told the media on Sunday that Hamas would not attend the Cairo talks and would await word from the mediators on whether there would be any new Israeli proposals.

Hamas had previously proposed a gradual ceasefire that would see the release of all remaining hostages in exchange for an armistice, a full Israeli withdrawal from Gaza, opening the borders to aid and reconstruction, and the release of hundreds of Palestinian prisoners, including senior militants serving life sentences.

Netanyahu called Hamas’s conditions delusional and pledged to continue the offensive after any hostages were released until Hamas was destroyed.

The Hamas-run Ministry of Health in Gaza said that Israel’s retaliatory actions to destroy Hamas have so far killed more than 32,000 people, mostly women and children, and injured 70,000 people. Israel said a third of the dead were militants.

Large areas of Gaza were reduced to rubble, with most of the population taking refuge in the southern city of Rafah.

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