Israel Palestine Conflict: On October 7, the Palestinian terrorist organisation Hamas unexpectedly attacked Israel, launching one of the worst strikes in decades. As of right now, the onslaught and Israel‘s counterattack had claimed the lives of over 4,000. Israeli actor Lior Raz, well-known from the TV show “Fauda,” volunteered to fight on the front lines. He just sent a heartfelt message on Instagram.
Actor Lior Raz Joins Volunteers in Response to Hamas’ Surprise Attack on Israel
The largest attack on Israel in recent memory was carried out by Hamas from the Gaza Strip. It was a surprise strike that involved terrorists crossing the border and a fierce missile fire. According to Islamic Jihad, its militants have joined the assault. Actor Lior Raz from “Fauda” joined the “Brothers in Arms” volunteer group. He just sent a heartfelt message on Instagram. In his note, Lior said, “Israel, the only country on earth that needs to defend itself for defending itself (sic).”
Lior Raz Joins Humanitarian Efforts in Bombarded Sderot, Israel
On social media, Lior Raz posted a video of himself with journalist Avi Yissascharov and Yohanan Plesner, the president of the Israel Democracy Institute. The village of Sderot in southern Israel is where the video was uploaded. Captioning the video, Raz on X wrote, “Accompanied by Yohanan Plesner and Avi, I headed down south to join hundreds of brave “brothers in arms” volunteers who worked tirelessly to assist the population in the south of Israel (sic).” “We were sent to the bombarded town of Sderot to extract 2 families,” he added.
Netflix’s ‘Fauda’ Star Lior Raz Joins Volunteer Efforts in Bombarded Israeli Town
Netflix has the Israeli television series “Fauda,” which is based partially on the experiences of the Israeli Defence Forces. The party that controls the Gaza Strip, Hamas, launched an unexpected and unprecedented onslaught on Israel last week via the air, land, and water. Following 5,000 rockets fired by Hamas into Israel, Israel declared war on the terrorist organisation.
High Casualty Toll and Humanitarian Concerns in the Israel-Hamas Conflict
More than 4,000 people have died in the Israel-Hamas conflict, which started on October 7 and has grown to be the bloodiest of the five Gaza conflicts for both sides.Over a million Gazans have left their homes as Israel readied itself for an unannounced assault aimed at overthrowing Hamas’s leadership following its lethal incursion. Relief organisations have expressed concern that the Israeli ground assault may accelerate a humanitarian crisis.