Israel’s PM Netanyahu heckled by hostage families during parliament address – Times of India

Israel's PM Netanyahu heckled by hostage families during parliament address - Times of India

Jerusalem: The Family of The hostages Raised by Gaza Militants beat the Israeli Prime Minister. Benjamin Netanyahu When he addressed parliament on Monday, he vowed to bring the captives home but said “more time” was needed.
“right now!” Families chanted from the gallery as Netanyahu said Israeli forces first needed to increase military pressure on Gaza’s Hamas rulers.
“We will not be able to secure the release of the hostages without military pressure,” he said.
Netanyahu said he spoke with Israeli field commanders who said they needed more time to complete the mission.
“We will not stop until victory,” Netanyahu said to chants from protesters.
Isra Yale says that 129 hostages kidnapped by Hamas gunmen in southern Israel on October 7 are still being held in the Palestinian territories.
“We, my colleagues and I, are leaving no stone unturned to send all our hostages back home,” Netanyahu added.
Netanyahu’s address came as his Likud party reported that he visited the Gaza Strip on Monday and vowed to step up the military offensive in the Palestinian territory.
“I just came back from Gaza,” he said, according to a Likud party statement.
“We are not going to stop, we are continuing to fight and will intensify the fight in the coming days. This is going to be a long war that is not close to being over.”

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