The Israeli leader is determined to achieve the initial war goal of completely annihilating Hamas, as declared on October 7. After focusing on land operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, Israel is now targeting Rafah, where four battalions of the Islamist movement are believed to be present. In order to achieve this objective, the Israeli leader intends to dismantle the neighboring refugee camps of Rafah and Al-Sultan.
Israel’s military operations in Gaza have been ongoing for some time now, with the head of the Hebrew state remaining adamant about achieving the total destruction of Hamas. After initial operations in Gaza City and Khan Younes, Israel has shifted its focus to Rafah, where it is currently targeting four battalions of the Islamist movement. The Israeli leader has stated that dismantling the nearby refugee camps of Rafah and Al-Sultan is essential in achieving these objectives.
The unwavering pursuit of destruction by Israel’s head of state is becoming increasingly evident as they continue their land operations in Gaza. With their focus now on Rafah, where they believe four battalions of Hamas are present, there are plans to dismantle the neighboring refugee camps in order to accomplish their goals.