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Israel–Gaza: Situation update, 10 October 2023

Key points

  • As of 1700 h local time, Israeli media was reporting that over 900 Israelis had been killed and the Israeli Ministry of Health was reporting that 2,616 Israelis were being treated in hospitals
  • At approximately 1800 GMT, Israeli media reported that Israel's Minister of Defence Yoav Gallant stated that Israel had “control of the area, and we are moving to a full offense”
  • At approximately 0630 on 10 October, the Associated Press stated that the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) was in discussions with both Hamas and Israeli officials about accessing prisoners but had not gained access to them
  • The Palestinian Ministry of Health announced at approximately 1530 GMT, that 849 Palestinians had been killed by Israeli military operations and 4,250 had been injured since the start of operation Al-Aqsa Flood.

As of 10 October, tensions continue to be high along the Israeli border with ongoing clashes between Hizbullah militants and Israeli forces. At approximately 1830 local time, Hizbullah launched rockets from Lebanon targeting the area around Shlomi in northern Israel. In response Israeli forces conducted attacks against Hizbullah positions along the Israel-Lebanon border.

Israel-Gaza conflict: Timeline (Janes)

Israel-Gaza conflict: Timeline (Janes)

Israeli government actions

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