The political bureau chief of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) said that the Zionist enemy did not succeed in realizing any of its goals in the Gaza war.

Iran Press/ West Asia: On Saturday, October 7, 2023, the Palestinian resistance forces launched a surprise operation called "Al-Aqsa Flood" against the positions of Tel Aviv, and the Zionist regime, in order to retaliate its defeat and stop the resistance operations, bombed all the crossings, especially the mosques and medical centers of the Gaza Strip.

At least 22,722 people killed and 58,166 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7. 

On average, the number of children being killed every day in the enclave ‘is well over 100’, a Doctors Without Borders doctor warns.

315 Palestinians have also been killed in the West Bank since October 7, according to a UN report. Among the fatalities were 81 children.

Ismail Haniyeh, the head of Hamas's political bureau, at the meeting of the World Union of Muslim Scholars in Doha, Qatar, said: "The occupying regime of Quds did not achieve its goals in the war against the Gaza Strip in any field, including aerial bombardment, ground attack, precise anti-resistance operations and the political stage."

Haniyeh stated: "Israel had planned to destroy the resistance, free the Zionist prisoners and relocate the people of the Gaza Strip to Egypt, but failed to implement any of these plans."

Another news from Palestine is that US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken severely criticized South Africa for filing a complaint against the Zionist regime with the International Criminal Court during the meeting with Israeli President Isaac Herzog in Tel Aviv.

Blinken added: "There is nothing more ridiculous than South Africa's complaint, which accuses Israel of committing genocide in the war in the Gaza Strip and demands an immediate halt to military operations."

Regarding Washington's pressure to reduce harm to civilians in the Gaza Strip and South Africa's complaint against the Zionist regime in The Hague, Isaac Herzog said: "All efforts will be made to reduce harm to civilians."

Previously, Tel Aviv newspaper "Haaretz" quoted some informed sources and wrote that the evaluations of the officials of the security apparatus of the Zionist regime indicate that Anthony Blinken will ask the cabinet officials of this regime to help the residents of the northern Gaza Strip who are now in the temporary settlement areas of the refugees. are in the center and south of the Gaza Strip, allow them to return to their areas.

According to this newspaper, the officials of the White House are worried about the deterioration of the humanitarian disaster in the southern part of the Gaza Strip, and they want to convey this message to the officials in Tel Aviv that the style of combat operations in the northern part of the Gaza Strip should be changed. 219

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