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Far-left pundits, commentators outraged by Israel's hostage rescue mission, sound alarm on Palestinian deaths

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Some liberal media pundits and commentators were outraged over Israel's rescue mission to save four hostages taken by Hamas, questioning whether the country's efforts were worth the civilian deaths.

Former MSNBC host and Zeteo founder Mehdi Hasan, a staunch critic of Israel, voiced anger over the rescue mission in several posts to X on Saturday. Responding to a post about President Biden celebrating the rescue of the four hostages, Hasan asked if the president said "anything about the dozens of innocent Palestinians killed in the raid."

Noa Argamani, 26, Almog Meir Jan, 22, Shlomi Ziv, 41, and Andrey Kozlov, 27, were rescued by Israel in two separate locations in a complex special daytime operation in the heart of Nuseirat in central Gaza. They had been held in captivity by Hamas for 246 days.

Hamas-run authorities in Gaza claim over 270 Palestinians were killed in the Israeli operation. Israeli forces claim around 100 were killed.

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Rep. Daniel Goldman, D-N.Y., responded to Hasan's social media post and said that it was "misinformation."

"Israel made a ceasefire offer favorable to Hamas that the United States, Qatar, Egypt and the international community strongly endorsed. Hamas has not accepted it. Hamas is the obstacle to peace. Your focus should be on Hamas," he said.

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