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US Intelligence Reports: Impact of Israel's Operations in Gaza Strip

US Intelligence Reports: Impact of Israel's Operations in Gaza Strip

US Intelligence Reports: Only 30-35% of Hamas Fighters Eliminated by Israel

Operations in Gaza Strip

US intelligence sources have revealed that only approximately 30 to 35 percent of Hamas fighters have been eliminated after over seven months of Israeli operations in the Gaza Strip. This information was reported by Politico, which also stated that the majority of the fighters who were part of the Palestinian movement before the 7 October attack in southern Israel are still alive. The death toll in Gaza has reportedly exceeded 35,000, with the majority being women and children.

Hamas' Tunnel Infrastructure and Recruitment

Furthermore, Politico's sources disclosed that about 65 percent of Hamas' tunnel infrastructure is still intact. It is also reported that the group has recruited thousands of new members in recent months. This information comes at a time when Washington is increasingly concerned about the feasibility of Israel's goal to dismantle the Palestinian group.

Criticism from US Military

On Monday, General Charles Brown, the chair of the joint chiefs of staff, criticized Israel's strategy in Gaza. He warned that the failure of Israeli forces to secure captured territory and eliminate Hamas from northern Gaza was compromising its ability to achieve its military objectives. Brown's comments represent a rare criticism from the US military, which has been assisting Israel in its war on Gaza by providing military equipment and intelligence sharing.

Political Polarization

This cooperation has led to a division in President Joe Biden's Democratic political base during an election year. While the Biden administration has fully supported Israel's war efforts, some officials within the administration have started to criticize the Israeli government, particularly its war strategy and the overall aid situation for Palestinians in Gaza.

Israeli Captives in Gaza

About 128 people captured by Hamas and other Palestinian groups remain in Gaza. The Israeli government maintains that military pressure is the most effective way to free them and has stated that it will not end its war in Gaza until Hamas is "eliminated". It is believed that many of the captives are dead.

Discontent in Israel

There is increasing dissatisfaction in Israel regarding the progress of the war, with accusations against Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu of abandoning the Israeli captives.

Closing Thoughts

This report raises significant questions about the effectiveness of Israel's military strategy in Gaza and the potential increase in Hamas recruitment amidst the conflict. What are your thoughts on these revelations? Do you think the current approach is effective, or should there be a change in strategy? Please share this article with your friends and engage in the discussion. Also, don't forget to sign up for the Daily Briefing, which takes place every day at 6pm.

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