Families of Israeli captives held with Palestinian resistance in Gaza demand to meet with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the Zionist entity’s war cabinet, Israeli media reported on Saturday.
“The Hostages and Missing Families Forum” demand that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and the members of the war cabinet immediately meet with them, Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported.
The group’s statement read that “This night was the worst of all nights” against the backdrop of the Israeli occupation military’s first major incursion into the Gaza Strip.
“Anxiety, frustration, and especially enormous anger that no one from the war cabinet bothered to meet with the families of the abductees to explain to them one thing – whether the ground operation endangers the safety of the 229 abductees in Gaza,” the statement said.
“The families are anxious about the fate of their loved ones and are waiting for an explanation. Every minute that passes feels like an eternity. We demand from Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and the members of the war cabinet – to meet with us this morning!,” the statement added.
Source: Israeli media