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Israel Hamas war Israel minister Gadi Eisenkot’s son dies on front line in bomb blast

master Sergeant. (Residence) Gal Meir Eisenkot, son of Israeli minister Gadi Eisenkot, died in the Israel-Hamas war after a bomb exploded in a tunnel shaft near soldiers in the Jabaliya camp in northern Gaza. He was taken to a hospital after the blasts, however, he died there, The Times of Israel reported. The Israeli minister received the news of his son’s death while he was visiting the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Southern Command with another Knesset (Israeli parliament) member, Benny Gantz, on Thursday, The Times of Israel reported.

Eisenkot is a former IDF Chief of Staff and now a minister in the emergency government. As per ANI report, he is also an observer in the high-level war cabinet, which is leading decision-making in the ongoing war with the Hamas terrorist group.

Israeli lawmakers expressed their heartfelt condolences to the bereaved father. According to The Times of Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Gal Eisenkot “a brave warrior and a true hero.”

Israeli President Isaac Herzog said, “He (Eisenkot) dedicated his entire life to Israel’s security, the IDF, and the country, and he and his family are now paying an unbearable price.” Was taught love for.” Motherland and acted in the same spirit at all times, in which he was killed. With the entire nation, I embrace the bereaved Israeli families, whose sacrifice has been enormous and unbearably difficult, and pledge: We will continue to defend our people and beloved country, for them and for us.”

Defense Minister Yoav Galant said, “Our heroes did not fall in vain. We will continue until victory. Let us be worthy of Gal’s sacrifice and the sacrifice of all those who died in this just war.”

Minister Benny Gantz said in a statement, “Our hearts are broken. On the eve of Hanukkah, Gal’s candle was extinguished.” He was referring to the Jewish holiday of Lights, which began Thursday. “We are all committed to continuing to fight for the sacred mission in the name of which Gall died,” he said, according to an ANI report.

A total of 89 Israeli soldiers have been killed since the start of Israel’s ground offensive in Gaza.

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