International and Israeli newspapers and websites followed developments in the war Gaza stripThe Hill newspaper published an article stating that Israel is a loser and the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitation) was victorious, regardless of the form of the end of the ongoing war in Gaza, while the Israeli newspaper “Haaretz” published an article warning that Israel’s attempt to occupy part of Gaza would lead to its diplomatic isolation.
For 25 days, the occupation army has launched intensive raids on residential neighborhoods in the Gaza Strip, killing more than 8,306 people – including 3,457 children – and wounding about 21,048 Palestinians, according to official data.
The Hill website published an article that believes that Israel is a loser and Hamas is a victor, regardless of the form of the end of the war between them, noting that thousands of Israelis fled their homes to relatively safe areas after the resistance attack on October 7, and that Israeli society is in a state of shock.
As for Hamas, according to the article, it was able – despite the killing of thousands of Palestinians – to “sow chaos and frustration” within a state Israel It catapulted the Palestinian struggle to establish their state to the global forefront, as he put it.
An article published by Haaretz newspaper addressed the “post-war issue on Hamas,” saying that Israeli officials are avoiding raising it at this stage, and talked about the few options available to deal with the Gaza Strip after the war, warning that any attempt at a long-term occupation of parts of the Gaza Strip will lead to… To isolate Israel diplomatically and stop American support.
As for Le Monde newspaper, in its editorial, it called on Israel to end what it called the media siege imposed in the Gaza Strip, saying that it contradicts the principles of democracy that it prides itself on, and saw that journalists and their families pay a heavy price while exercising their duties.
The newspaper recorded that the number of journalists killed during the weeks of the war on Gaza represents about double the number of journalists killed in the Ukrainian war during 20 months.
The Financial Times newspaper indicated that an agreement on the liberation of all hostages held by Hamas was about to be concluded, had Israel not begun a ground attack on the Gaza Strip, which dashed hopes of reaching this agreement and complicated the course of the ongoing negotiations, based on sources familiar with the negotiations it is mediating. Qatar.
A New York Times report also addressed the World Bank’s warnings about the consequences of the conflict between Israel and Hamas on the global economy, which is trying to recover from the consequences of the war in Ukraine, as experts’ expectations link the extent of the damage that will be reflected in a new wave of inflation to the length of the war and the stability of oil prices.