Protests in Tel Aviv after Israel accidentally kills Gaza hostagesPhoto Credit: CNN

Protests in Tel Aviv after Israel accidentally kills Gaza hostages

Demonstrations have unfolded in Tel Aviv, urging the Israeli government to intensify efforts to secure the release of hostages from Gaza. The catalyst for these protests was the inadvertent killing of three hostages – Yotam Haim, Samer Talalka, and Alon Shamriz – by the Israeli military. The victims were tragically misidentified as a “threat.”

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu characterized the deaths as an “unbearable tragedy.” Meanwhile, the Israeli offensive persists in Gaza, with reports of clashes spanning the northern, central, and southern regions.

The conflict escalated when Hamas breached Israel’s heavily guarded perimeter on October 7, resulting in 1,200 casualties and the capture of 240 hostages. Some hostages were released during a brief truce.

According to Gaza’s health ministry, operated by Hamas, more than 18,700 people have lost their lives, and 50,000 others have been injured in the enclave since the onset of the Gaza war.

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