03/11/2023 7:51, updated 03/11/2023 10:34
Another commander of the Hamas group, this time from the Sabra Tel al-Hawa Battalion, had his death announced by Israel. The information was confirmed by the Israel Defense Force (IDF) and the country’s Security Service (Shin Bet), this Friday morning (3/11).
The dead commander is Mustafa Dalul, and was at the head of Hamas’ Sabra Tel al-Hawa Battalion. He would have played “a big role” against Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip. With the confirmation of the soldier’s death, several other Hamas soldiers were killed in ground operations.
Weapons including an AK-47 rifle, intelligence material, magazines, grenades, explosive devices and maps were found by Israeli soldiers.
Statistics after Hamas attacks
The death toll in the Gaza Strip is just over 9,000, and more than 32,000 have been injured, according to information from the Gaza Ministry of Health (MOH) this Friday (3/11). Of the deaths, 3,700 were children. The statistics reach 1,900 injuries and 111 deaths in the West Bank.
Adding the 1,400 deaths in Israel during the Hamas attack on October 7, the total reaches 10,572 lives lost in the Middle East.
It is even possible that there will be a “humanitarian pause” agreement in the Gaza Strip region, which should be articulated this Friday (3/11) by the Secretary of the United States (USA), Anthony Blinken.
Brazilians who are in Gaza remain outside the list of foreigners allowed to leave the region through the border with Egypt, through the Rafah crossing. This situation has been ongoing since last Wednesday (1/11), and Itamaraty will send, this Friday, questions about the list selection criteria, as stated in the Noblat column. The third list contains 571 names of citizens from the United States, United Kingdom, Italy, Indonesia, Germany and Mexico.