Menser: Ireland, Norway and Spain 'decide to reward' Hamas

Israeli government spokesman David Menser said that Norway, Ireland and Spain "decided to reward Hamas terrorists with the decision to recognize the Palestinian state. "

"Ireland, Norway and Spain are telling Hamas in a clear voice that the massacre on October 7 has paid off," Menser said.

Norway, Ireland and Spain said earlier in the day that they recognized a Palestinian state, a move Palestinians welcomed as a confirmation of their decades-long aspiration, while Israel recalled its ambassadors to the three countries.

Israel and the United States were already dealing with the fallout after the chief prosecutor of the top international war crimes court sought arrest warrants for the leaders of both Israel and Hamas.

Among the prosecutor's allegations against Israel was the use of "starvation as a method of warfare."

Israeli and American leaders strongly condemned the allegations.

The humanitarian crisis in Gaza has escalated over the past two weeks since Israel launched an incursion into the southern city of Rafah that closed the vital border crossing, vowing to root out Hamas fighters.

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