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Israel-Hamas war: Tanks line Gaza border as number of hostages confirmed

Palestinians prepare for ‘imminent’ invasion as Netanyahu warns of next stage of attack

Israeli tanks have been gathering along the Gaza border ahead of an “imminent” land, air and sea invasion of the enclave.

It comes as the IDF confirmed 126 Israeli hostages were being held by Hamas in Gaza following the group’s attack that left 1,300 people dead last weekend.

Meanwhile, Israel said it was preparing to “expand the offensive” on Gaza by implementing a “wide range of offensive operational plans” including a “joint and coordinated attack from the air, sea and land.”

On Saturday, the Israeli military said Ali Qadhi, a company commander in the so-called Nukhba unit, was killed in a drone strike on Saturday.

“Air Force aircraft, under the intelligence guidance of the Shin Bet and Amman, killed Ali Kachi, a commander in the Najaba force of the terrorist organization Hamas, who led a terrorist attack in the settlements surrounding Gaza last weekend,” the Israeli airforce said.

Meanwhile, the Pentagon ordered a second aircraft carrier to the eastern Mediterranean Sea “to deter hostile actions against Israel or any efforts toward widening this war following Hamas’s attack.”

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