VIDEO: 100th Day of Crisis, Activist Showcases Countries’ Border With Mighty Heights

The world blames Israel for a blockade and accuses the country of committing genocide in Gaza.

This is as the crisis reaps in the cities of Gaza and enters the 100th day of its eruption claiming thousands of lives and rendering millions homeless respectively.

The Prime Minister of Israel, Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday made a fresh declaration of no retreat no surrender to Mark the 100th day of the crisis. According to Netanyahu, “no one will stop us” from destroying the militant group.

The war in Gaza was triggered on October 7 when Hamas militants launched an unprecedented attack from the Gaza Strip that resulted in about 1,140 deaths in Israel, mostly civilians, according to an AFP tally based on official figures.

Hamas, considered a “terrorist” group by the United States and the European Union, also seized about 250 hostages, 132 of whom Israel says remain in Gaza, including at least 25 believed to have been killed.

Israel vowed to destroy Gaza’s Islamist rulers and launched a relentless bombardment that has killed at least 23,843 people, mostly women and children, according to the latest toll from the territory’s health ministry.

After the Hague-based International Court of Justice heard arguments this week that accused Israel of breaching the UN Genocide Convention, Netanyahu insisted no court or military foe could stop Israel from achieving its aim of destroying Hamas.

“No one will stop us — not The Hague, not the Axis of Evil, and no one else,” he told a televised news conference on Saturday, referring to the Iran-aligned “axis of resistance” groups in Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, and Yemen.

“It is possible and necessary to continue until victory and we will do it,” he added, saying most Hamas battalions in Gaza had been “eliminated”.

Meanwhile, both Egypt and Israel built walls to protect themselves from Hamas terrorists in Gaza.

This is what the Egypt-Gaza border looks like.👇


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