Earlier in the day on Monday, October 9, the Israeli Prime Minister had already spoken. promised a response that "will change the Middle East". For its part, the Israeli army had ordered a "complete seat" of the Gaza Strip, under the control of Hamas. Objective: to cut off the Palestinian enclave and its nearly 2.3 million inhabitants from the rest of the world. And the Israeli Minister of Defense, Yoav Gallant, clarified during a meeting: “No electricity, no food, no gas , everything is closed. […] We fight animals and we act accordingly." À note that in the process had been – confirmed by the authorities the stopping of the water supply to the Gaza Strip. A radical decision, but at the same time put into perspective nonetheless, because as Sud Ouest reminds us, Israel "only" 10% of Gaza's annual water consumption.
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