Israel PM Netanyahu vows ‘victory’ against Hamas in long Gaza war despite ‘painful losses’

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to continue the war against Hamas despite suffering "painful losses" in ground fighting inside the Gaza Strip

The war in Gaza is expected to be long but "victorious" 

 Hamas claimed that seven hostages, including three foreign passport holders, were killed in Israeli forces' bombing of Gaza's largest refugee camp

 Netanyahu mourned mounting military losses and acknowledged that each soldier is a whole world

The entire nation of Israel embraces the families of the soldiers who lost their lives

The war against Hamas is considered a "do or die war" by Netanyahu, who vowed to destroy the terrorist group

The second stage of the war against Hamas has begun, according to Netanyahu

The war for the house has resulted in unjust deaths of soldiers, but Netanyahu promises to continue until victory