Live Israel-Hamas war: Biden calls Gaza occupation ‘big mistake’
Khan Younis, southern Gaza Strip, hospitalises a Palestinian youngster injured by Israeli airstrike.

Joe Biden, the vice president of the United States, has warned Israel that any takeover of Gaza would be a “huge mistake.” During an interview that aired in the United States, Vice President Joe Biden expressed his support for the establishment of a humanitarian corridor in the Gaza Strip to allow for the delivery of aid and the exit of Gaza residents.
During the interview, Biden also stated that the terrorist organisation Hamas, which carried out a sneak strike in Israel on October 7, ought to be eradicated.
The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) has issued a warning that the remaining gasoline supplies in Gaza’s hospitals will likely run out within the next twenty-four hours.
According to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestinian Refugees (UNRWA), who is speaking out in the midst of ongoing Israeli bombing of Gaza, Israeli airstrikes have caused an “unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe.”
In preparation for what is widely believed to be an impending ground invasion of Gaza by Israel, thousands of troops, tanks, and other forms of heavy equipment have been stationed along the border barrier between Israel and Gaza.
Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, the foreign minister of Iran, has stated to Al Jazeera that Tehran will not be a bystander in the battle. He also issued a warning to both Israel and the United States about the possibility of suffering significant losses should the conflict between Hamas and Israel get more intense.



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