International newspapers followed developments in the war Gaza stripThe Wall Street Journal quoted American officials as saying that Washington was wrong in its assessment that Israel could infiltrate the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation), while the New York Times published an article that talked about how the war could revive the two-state project.
For 27 days, the occupation army has launched intensive raids on residential neighborhoods in the Gaza Strip, during which more than 8,805 people were martyred – including 3,648 children – and 22,219 Palestinians were injured, according to official data.
The Wall Street Journal quoted current and former American officials as saying that the United States has relied on Israel for years to infiltrate and spy on the Hamas movement, and that the killing of dozens of Americans during the attack of last October 7 and the movement of American military vehicles worth billions of dollars towards the Middle East means that This estimate was wrong.
Meanwhile, an article published by the New York Times opined that the war between Hamas and Israel might revive the two-state project, pointing out that this talk is emerging in Western capitals and even in Palestinian and Israeli circles.
As for the Financial Times, it conveyed warnings to Israel against repeating the mistakes of the past in Lebanon, and repeating the mistakes of the United States and Britain in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya, as it believes that military interventions alone do not achieve political goals, and that removing those who rule Gaza (Hamas) without an implementable plan will not achieve a great goal. High security for Israel.
The Guardian newspaper published a report stating that the number of dead Israeli soldiers since the beginning of the incursion into Gaza territory confirms the expectations of analysts and military experts regarding the challenges facing the Israeli forces, and points out that Israeli military officials have been aware of this fact for a long time, which explains their warnings of a long and difficult conflict.
While the Global Times newspaper noted increasing international pressure for a ceasefire in Gaza due to what it called collective punishment imposed on its residents, its report was based on analysts who expect diplomatic moves to put pressure on Israel and the United States in view of the significant rise in the death toll among civilians.
As for Le Monde newspaper, it shed light on the tragic reality that the residents of the Gaza Strip are experiencing in light of the indiscriminate bombing of the occupation army outside the areas in which it was warned not to stay. The newspaper also saw that the announced numbers of deaths are likely to rise in light of the inability to recover more than 1,000 bodies under the rubble due to the absence of the necessary means. .