The Wall Street Journal draws attention to the fact that the Palestinian-Israeli war has been going on for more than six weeks. However, according to journalists, we have not yet seen the most dangerous phase of this war.
How events in the Middle East may develop
The Wall Street Journal learned from its insiders in the IDF, as well as authoritative analysts, that the most challenging phase of Israel's war against Hamas is yet to come.
According to journalists, official Tel Aviv has decided to shift the focus of its military campaign to the South of Gaza.
It is there that the IDF will be forced to face the most challenging phase of the six-week war, as it plans to defeat the militants as quickly as possible and rescue all the hostages.
What is known about the successes of the IDF in Gaza
Israeli soldiers managed to take control of most of the northern part of Gaza.
However, it will take a long time for the IDF to destroy not only all Hamas leaders but also their military potential.
There is also the risk that terrorists in southern Gaza will be more determined to fight than they were in the north.
According to one of the insiders of the publication, the hostages are the best trump card that the leaders of Hamas have to survive the movement of Israel to the South.