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The defiant Israeli Prime Minister said that the Gaza bombing campaign “will take time,” as Palestinians in the Strip are suffering from the bloodiest days, with at least 42 casualties, including 10 children.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said the bloody bombardment of the Gaza Strip would continue despite international outcry and efforts to broker a ceasefire.
In a televised address on Sunday, Netanyahu said the Israeli air strikes were continuing “with full force” and “would take time,” adding that his country “wants to collect a heavy price” from Hamas leaders in Gaza.
Health authorities in Gaza said that Israeli air strikes in Gaza City destroyed three buildings and killed at least 42 people in the early hours of Sunday morning.
The violence was the worst fighting since the devastating 2014 war in Gaza.
The airstrikes hit a busy downtown street of apartment buildings and storefronts over a five-minute period shortly after midnight, destroying two adjacent buildings and one about 50 meters down the road.
Once, a lifeguard shouted, “Do you hear me?” In a hole in the rubble. “Are you okay?” Minutes later, paramedics pulled out one of the survivors and loaded him onto an orange stretcher.
The Gaza Health Ministry said 16 women and 10 children were among the dead, and more than 50 people were injured, and that rescue efforts were still underway.
Earlier, the Israeli army said it destroyed the home of Yahya Sinwar, the leader of Hamas in Gaza, in a separate raid in the southern town of Khan Yunis.
This is the third attack of its kind in the past two days on the homes of senior Hamas leaders who have entered underground.
It appears that Israel has intensified its air strikes in recent days to inflict as much damage as possible on Hamas as international mediators work to end the fighting.
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