Reports have emerged claiming that Captain Yair Edou Netanyahu, the nephew of Benjamin Netanyahu, was reportedly killed in Gaza amidst the ongoing israel’s genocide.
Yair Netanyahu, serving in the Zionist Army with the rank of Captain, was reportedly said to have been killed by the Al-Qassam Brigades, a military wing of the Palestinian group Hamas.
The reported death of the Prime Minister's nephew comes amidst heightened tensions following the Al Aqsa Flood Operation by Palestinian resistance groups.
The actions by the zionist occupation regime in response to the operation have resulted in a genocide campaign targeting civilians in Gaza.
According to Gaza's health ministry, the number of casualties surged significantly, with over 200 reported dead in overnight attacks.
This came just a day after the ministry had reported a total death toll exceeding 9,770, with a majority of the casualties being women and children.
The reported death of Captain Yair Edou Netanyahu marks a distressing development amidst the ongoing hostilities, contributing to the escalating toll of casualties on both sides of the conflict.
Benjamin Netanyahu or israeli authorities have not confirmed or provided official statements regarding these reports. (ILKHA)
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