The Hamas health ministry in Gaza is providing the public with worryingly scary reports. Satellite channel Al-Jazeera reported, “According to Palestinian health officials, babies in incubators are fighting for their lives as Israel surrounds the hospital grounds.” Thousands of injured people will remain stranded. Operations ceased after power and fuel ran out.
It is said that this TV station is very close to the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood. (The terrorist organization Hamas is the Palestinian branch of the Muslim Brotherhood.) What he and other media outlets are silent about: Israel supplied additional fuel to the hospital in the early hours of the morning — or rather, it tried to.
Last night, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) coordinated the delivery of fuel to Shifa Hospital for urgent medical needs. Early in the morning, IDF soldiers arrived at the entrance of the hospital. They brought 300 litres:
A senior Israeli official at the Coordination and Liaison Headquarters had earlier discussed it with a senior Gaza official at Shifa Hospital. It should coordinate the delivery of fuel to the hospital entrance.
But unfortunately in vain: representatives of Hamas prevented the hospital from receiving fuel. The IDF now has evidence. A senior Gaza Health Ministry official admitted in a phone conversation with an IDF officer: Yosef Abu Rish, head of the Hamas Health Ministry, has imposed restrictions on the receipt of fuel:
In light of the fighting so far in Gaza, an IDF soldier told eXXpress: “In many ways, Hamas terrorists are worse than the Nazis. I tell you: What we have seen so far is beyond human capacity. They have crossed everything that you consider a value, a red line.
He said: “They pushed the children and women forward and shot at them behind. Schools, mosques and hospitals are used as military bases. Tunnels, anti-tank missiles etc. were placed in places that we considered sacred to our society. But that’s why they put their terrorist equipment there: because they hoped we wouldn’t touch them.”
But in the end it won’t help. The fight will go on for a long time, but Hamas has no chance. As soon as they encountered IDF soldiers, terrorist fighters also behaved fearfully and no longer had to deal with innocent civilians.