By Lilyan Beck
Israel has said that there will be no break until all of the hostages are freed from Gaza, and this means cutting off resources.
Israel Katz, the energy minister in Israel said in a social media post, "No electrical switch will be turned on, no water hydrant will be opened and no fuel truck will enter, until the abductees are free."
Since the war began this past weekend, Israel has been preparing a ground invasion into the Gaza strip.
Israel has already killed at least 33 people in Gaza over the span of only two hours today. This was through the use of air strikes.
The US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, landed in Tel Aviv today and said to the communities in Israel, "You may be strong enough on your own to defend yourself, But as long as America exists, you will never, ever have to. We will always be there by your side."