Brigadier Shri DS Tripathi (Retired) said that the special thing is that the support which Israel was not getting from the western countries in the meantime, has now started getting it. He said that US President Joe Biden has praised Israel’s military action in Gaza.
This week in IndiaTheNews News Network’s special program Shaurya Path, we wanted to know from Brigadier Shri DS Tripathi (Retd) that Israel has said that many hostages have been killed in the captivity of Hamas. Will this conflict take a new direction? We wanted to know that now Israel has rejected the ceasefire proposal of Hamas, what message does this give? In response, he said that Israel has rejected the ceasefire proposal because Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made full preparations to achieve a decisive victory in this war. He said 13 people were killed in Israeli airstrikes in Rafah in the Gaza Strip after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu rejected Hamas’ ceasefire terms and vowed to increase attacks on southern Gaza City. He said that many people have fled to Rafah, so it is possible that Israel may intensify its attacks in the coming days in view of the possible presence of terrorists here.
Brigadier Shri DS Tripathi (Retired) said that the special thing is that the support which Israel was not getting from the western countries in the meantime, has now started getting it. He said that US President Joe Biden has praised Israel’s military action in Gaza. However, he has also said that America is continuously working to put pressure on Israel and Hamas for a ceasefire in the war. He said that Biden is constantly keeping an eye on the situation in the region and is continuously sending his Foreign Minister on tours to different countries to gather other countries in support of Israel. He said that Biden has clearly said that he believes that the action being taken in the Gaza Strip is at its peak.
Brigadier Shri DS Tripathi (Retd) said that at present the situation is such that more than half of the population of Gaza Strip has come to Rafah, which is a city bordering Egypt, most of the border is restricted and the main entry point for providing humanitarian aid. Is. He said Egypt has warned that any ground action here or mass displacement across the border would undermine its 40-year-old peace treaty with Israel. He said that it seems that Israel is not concerned about any treaty because it wants revenge. He said that ever since the news came that many more Israelis captured by Hamas have been killed, there is pressure on the Israeli government at the domestic level to take more rapid action. He said that if we look at the situation so far, more than 27,000 Palestinians have been killed in Israel’s air and ground attacks that have continued for four months. He said Israeli attacks have forced most people to flee their homes and pushed a quarter of the population to starvation.