Israel-Hamas war live updates: IDF spokesperson says full Hamas surrender could end war; WHO says more medical supplies reached Gaza

Additional medical supplies from the World Health Organization have entered the Gaza Strip, the organization's director-general said early Monday.

Israel-Hamas war live updates: IDF spokesperson says full Hamas surrender could end war; WHO says more medical supplies reached Gaza

CNBC's Live Blog is a live update of the war between Israel and Hamas. On October 21, 2023, the first convoys of relief trucks begin to enter Gaza from the Egyptian side at the Rafah border crossing in Rafah (Gaza).

"The goal is to completely dismantle Hamas' military capabilities. 14 trucks carrying humanitarian aid crossed the border into Gaza on Sunday. Conricus added, "I think it is important to choose sides." Conricus said that one should choose a side and decide where they stand based on their own morals. "We are not aggressors. If Hamas would come out from their hiding places and stop hiding under civilian buildings, as they are doing right now, they could return all of our hostages - 212 in total - and unconditionally surrender. The war would end. "Our goal is to completely dismantle Hamas' military capabilities. Jonathan Conricus, Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus, Israeli Army spokesperson for International Media.

Since the IDF told civilians in northern Gaza that they should evacuate to the south at the end of week one of hostilities, it has been expected that Israel would launch a ground invasion into the Gaza Strip. Human rights groups have condemned the possibility of an Israeli ground incursion into the Gaza Strip, warning that it could worsen the humanitarian crisis already present in the besieged enclosure. As part of the ongoing regional retaliatory campaign against the Hamas attacks on Oct. 7, the Israel Defense Force said Sunday night that it continued to strike "dozens" of Hamas terror sites in the Gaza Strip. A man holds a Glock pistol during the annual National Rifle Association convention (NRA), held in Dallas on May 6, 2018.

After the terrorist attack in Israel and the response of the country, many protestors and hateful people have turned to social media. They spread hateful remarks about Israelis. NBC News reports

David Kowalsky of Florida Gun Store, Hollywood, which also offers firearms instruction, told NBC News that "we've seen a huge increase in religious Jewish and Orthodox people purchasing firearms." "I have seen an increase in the interest in both individual and group training."

This aerial view shows a convoy carrying humanitarian aid entering the Gaza Strip via the Rafah crossing from Egypt on October 21, 2023.

He said that a possible ground invasion by Israel into Gaza would also make it harder to deliver aid. US President Joe Biden and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meet on October 18, 2023 in Tel Aviv. (Photo by GPO/Handout/Anadolu via Getty Images).

U.S. Secretary Of State Antony Blinken addresses the media on October 15, 2023, before departing Cairo, Egypt.

"We're taking steps to ensure that we can defend our people effectively and respond decisively when we need to. We don't want this, and we are not looking for it. During an appearance on NBC's Meet the Press. "We do not want to see the development of a second front or third." We do not want our forces or personnel to be under fire. On October 22, 2023, police officers arrest a pro-Palestinian demonstrator on Potsdamer Platz during a spontaneous pro-Palestinian demonstration, amidst the ongoing conflict between Israel, and the Palestinian group Hamas.

To oppose antisemitism, and to support Israel. A pro-Palestinian protest in central London demanded an immediate ceasefire. The Palestine Solidarity Campaign organized the demonstration. It moved through London, before protesters gathered outside the office and residence of British Prime Minister Rishi Sunderak. Individuals marched outside Israeli and U.S. missions, blaming Israel, and its allies, for the violence, and the worsening of humanitarian conditions, in the West Bank where there has been an increase in violence against Palestinian residents as well as Gaza where Israeli forces are continuing to attack the enclave. On Capitol Hill, Jewish advocacy groups from the U.S. called for a ceasefire between Israel, and Hamas. In Ireland, France and Italy. CNBC's Previous Coverage