Hostages kidnapped by Hamas still remain in the Gaza Strip. Their families are demanding a meeting with members of the war cabinet, warning that they will step up protests against the government if ministers refuse.

The Times of Israel writes about it.

As the relatives of the prisoners said: "All we ask is that the Cabinet of Ministers meet with us today. We deserve it, this contempt for us is humiliating."

According to them, if they are not met by 20:00, they will intensify the protests.

At the same time, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied that the families were being ignored and said the meeting was scheduled for Wednesday, December 6.

Later, his office said that the postponement of the meeting was being considered.

Later it became known that militants of the terrorist group Hamas, during the attack on Israel on October 7, fired a rocket that hit a military base where nuclear weapons are probably stored.

What's happening in the Middle East?

Recall that the Israeli army began to operate in the south of the Gaza Strip. The IDF promises an operation no less powerful than the one that took place in the north of this region.

In particular, the Israeli Army (IDF) blew up the buildings of the Ministry of Justice and the Supreme Court in the Gaza Strip.

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant reported on the Gaza Strip after Hamas violated the terms of the truce.

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