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Rishi Sunak Visits Israel Amid War With Hamas, Stresses Upon More Humanitarian Aid To Gaza

Israel continues to host visits from Western politicians even as its battle with the criminal organisation Hamas, based in Palestine, enters its thirteenth day. The most recent visiter was UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, who offered support to Tel Aviv but pressured his counterpart Benjamin Netanyahu to let more humanitarian aid into Gaza.

Sunak is the third global leader to visit Israel following the October 7 raids, which resulted in at least 1,400 deaths and more than 200 hostages, after US President Joe Biden and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz.

Prime Minister of Britain Rishi Sunak intensified Western leaders’ campaign to bolster support for Israel following Hamas assault by pressuring Israel to let more humanitarian aid into Gaza.

Sunak conveyed concern at the tragedy that occurred at the Gaza hospital and emphasised that Hamas also targets Palestinian civilians.

US President Joe Biden will attempt to rally Americans behind the defence of Israel and Ukraine on Thursday after returning from his trip to Israel, as the problems facing Washington’s friends mount. This will be accomplished through a rare Oval Office speech.

On a resolution reiterating their support for Israel, the US Senate will cast a vote.

According to the administration of Gaza, which is controlled by Hamas, 1,524 of the 3,785 individuals who have died since Israel began an unrelenting bombardment of Gaza in reprisal for the Hamas attacks on October 7 were children.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the President of the Palestinian Authority Mahmoud Abbas and conveyed his condolences at the loss of civilian lives at the Al Ahli Hospital in Gaza. “We will continue to send humanitarian assistance for the Palestinian people. Shared our deep concern at the terrorism, violence and deteriorating security situation in the region. Reiterated India’s long-standing principled position on the Israel-Palestine issue,” Modi wrote on X.

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