Israeli settlers took to the streets in Tel Aviv on Saturday after the regime's military shot killed three Gaza captives.

Iran Press/ West Asia: Agence France-Presse reports that the Israeli army said Yotam Haim, Alon Shamriz and Samer El-Talalqa – all aged in their twenties – were shot by the regime's military during its invasion in a neighborhood of Gaza City.

The three were among an estimated 240 people taken captive during Hamas’s October 7 operation into the Israeli-occupied territories.

Israeli military spokesman Daniel Hagari claimed the regime's military had mistakenly identified three Israeli captives as a threat and as a result, fired toward them and the captives were killed.

The White House called it a “tragic mistake.”

As news of the incident spread late on Friday, hundreds of people gathered at Israel’s ministry in charge of military affairs in Tel Aviv to call on Netanyahu’s cabinet to make a deal on the release of more than 130 captives still being held in Gaza.


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