Israeli Special Forces Raid Nasser Hospital in Gaza, Citing Hostage Intelligence; Casualties Reported

In a recent operation, Israeli Special Forces conducted a raid on Nasser Hospital in southern Gaza based on intelligence suggesting Hamas held hostages at the facility. The operation, which Israel described as precise and limited, led to the death of a patient and the injury of several others, according to medical sources. The situation in Gaza remains tense, with ongoing talks for a ceasefire and the return of Israeli hostages showing no signs of a breakthrough, while international concern grows over the humanitarian situation.

  • Israeli Special Forces raided Nasser Hospital in Gaza amid intelligence of Hamas-held hostages.
  • Israel claims the operation was precise and limited, intending to locate bodies of hostages.
  • Hamas has denounced Israel’s claims as false.
  • Medical sources reported one patient killed and several others wounded due to the raid.
  • Talks for a temporary ceasefire and the return of Israeli hostages are currently underway, with no breakthrough.
  • International concern is increasing over the humanitarian crisis, with calls for protection of civilians in Gaza.
  • More than half of Gaza’s population is seeking refuge, particularly in the city of Rafah.

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