A senior Hamas commander was killed in an overnight airstrike in the Gaza Strip, a spokesperson for the Israel Defense Forces tells The Times of Israel. “We are not stopping our attacks on the Strip,” IDF spokesman Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari told the news agency, adding that dozens of Hamas members, including the deputy commander of the terror group’s rocket array, were dead following those strikes. The news comes as Hezbollah fires at Israel from Lebanon. LiveNOW from FOX learned Friday that two American hostages, a mother and daughter, had been released by Hamas, but more than 200 people are still believed to be held captive by the terrorist group following the Oct. 7 attack on Israel. LiveNOW from FOX will continue to follow the latest breaking developments in the Israel-Hamas war.