Israel-Hamas war live updates: Hamas says it clashed with Israeli forces in northwest Gaza; Netanyahu rules out cease-fire

Clashes between Israeli forces and Hamas have escalated in the northwest of the Gaza Strip, according to an outlet affiliated with the militant group.

Israel-Hamas war live updates: Hamas says it clashed with Israeli forces in northwest Gaza; Netanyahu rules out cease-fire

CNBC's Live Blog is a live update of the war between Israel and Hamas. In the last day, it has struck 300 Hamas ground targets. Judith Raanan, Natalie Shoshana Raanan, and IDF

They visited Israel. Hamas compounds, anti-tank missiles, and rocket launchers were also among the targets. CNBC was unable to independently verify the developments on the ground. Hamas is the only thing I want to see resign. He said, "We're going to consign them to history's dustbin." "That's what I want to do." Netanyahu said that he also would not accept a ceasefire. He claimed it would be the same as "surrendering to Hamas or terrorism. It would be like surrendering to barbarism." According to Hamas' Health Ministry in Gaza, the death toll for Palestinians in the Israel-Hamas conflict has reached 8,306 according to Hamas. On October 30, 2023, a Palestinian woman covered with dirt and dust stands in front of a home that was destroyed by an Israeli airstrike in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip. The battles between Israel's military and Hamas are ongoing.

Lazzarini stated that most Palestinians living in Gaza "feel like they are trapped in a conflict with which they have no involvement" and "that the world is treating them all as Hamas." The attack was partly motivated by anger over Israel's actions against Hamas in Gaza. Israel has been at war there since a deadly Hamas incursion earlier this month. As the Israeli air force conducts its most intense air strikes on the 21st Day in Gaza Strip on October 27, 2023, smoke rises and billows across different regions of Gaza.

Gaza Strip plunged into darkness on Friday night after Palestinians lost internet access and communication. Meirav Eilon Shahar, Israel's Ambassador in Geneva said on Monday that "We haven’t stated categorically we don't give visas." Eilon Shahar continued, "The United Nations let down the Israeli people." CNBC's past coverage