Netanyahu: Red Cross Refused To Bring Life-Saving Medication To Hostages In Gaza

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This week, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that a representative of the International Committee of the Red Cross refused to bring life-saving medications to the hostages still trapped by Hamas in Gaza.

Netanyahu’s remarks come as Hamas, the Islamic terrorist group that murdered 1,200 Israelis on October 7, continues to hold hundreds of Israeli hostages.

“I met with the Red Cross; I handed them a box of medicine for some of the hostages shown here. Some of them really need it,” Netanyahu said. “I told a representative to take this box to Rafah; she said no. It was a difficult conversation.”

“We are sparing no effort, both seen and hidden, to bring all of the hostages home,” he continued. “I just returned from Gaza; I met a division of reservists on the field. All of them asked me for one thing only: We must not stop; we must keep going until the end.”

Netanyahu went on to say that the media has been wrong in its reporting throughout Israel’s operation to remove Hamas from inside Gaza.

“We do not stop; we keep fighting, and we will be deepening the fighting over the coming days; this will be a long battle, and it is not close to being over,” he added.

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