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Ongoing Hostilities: Palestine-israel Crisis News

Ongoing Hostilities: Palestine-israel Crisis News

Ongoing Hostilities: Palestine-israel Crisis News – Israeli security forces and Palestinian armed groups must do all they can to protect civilian lives in today’s outbreak of fighting in Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories as the killing of civilians increases, International said.

Today’s escalation of violence began with Hamas firing rockets into Israel and an unprecedented operation by its fighters in southern Israel.

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Ongoing Hostilities: Palestine-israel Crisis News

“We are deeply concerned about the increasing number of civilian deaths in Gaza, Israel and the occupied West Bank and we urgently call on all parties to the conflict to respect international law and do everything possible to prevent further civilian bloodshed. Below of international humanitarian law, all Parties in the conflict have a clear responsibility to protect the lives of civilians involved in hostilities,” said Agnes Kalamara, International Secretary General.

Hell On Earth’: Israel Unrest Spotlights Dire Conditions In Gaza

“Targeting civilians, carrying out disproportionate attacks and indiscriminate attacks that kill or injure civilians are war crimes. Israel has a terrible history of committing war crimes with impunity in previous wars in Gaza. Palestinian armed groups in the Strip Gaza must refrain from targeting civilians and using uncontrolled weapons, as they have done in the past, and in this case, more forcefully, from actions that amount to war crimes.

Israel’s retaliatory attack on Gaza has killed at least 232 people and wounded nearly 1,700, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.

Israeli media reported the death of approximately 250 people and the Israeli Ministry of Health reported more than 1,500 people injured in attacks by Palestinian militant groups.

The Israeli army has confirmed to the media that Palestinian armed groups have arrested and detained Israeli citizens and soldiers. Kidnapping civilians and taking hostages is prohibited under international law and may constitute a war crime. All citizens held hostage must be released immediately, unconditionally and in good health. All those detained must be treated humanely, in accordance with international law, and must receive medical treatment.

What Sparked The Latest Israeli Palestinian Confrontations?

There is an urgent need to address the root causes of these recurring cycles of violence. It calls for respect for international law and an end to Israel’s illegal 16-year siege of the Gaza Strip, as well as all other aspects of the Israeli apartheid regime imposed on all Palestinians. The Israeli government must refrain from inciting violence and tension in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, especially near religious sites. The international community is calling on the international community to intervene quickly to protect civilians and prevent further suffering.

In 2021, the International Criminal Court began an investigation into the situation in the State of Palestine. Its mandate includes crimes under international law committed by all parties to the current war, including crimes of racism against humanity against the Palestinians.

Since 2007, Israel has imposed an air, land and sea blockade on the Gaza Strip, collectively punishing its entire population.

In June, the United Nations published its investigation into the May 2023 attacks in the Gaza Strip, and found that Israel has illegally destroyed Palestinian homes, often without military necessity, as a collective punishment for civilians.

Israel Gaza Crisis

In its February 2022 report, International highlighted how Israeli forces in Gaza (including the West Bank and Israel) have carried out acts prohibited by the Rome Statute and the Apartheid Convention as part of a regular and routine attack on civilians. for maintaining the system of oppression and rule over the Palestinians, thus including the crime of racism against humanity. Israel-Hamas war news: Israel says Hamas attacks have killed more than 1,400 October 7, Gaza says more than 9,400 Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes.

The war between Israel and Gaza’s Hamas rulers erupted after the Palestinian Islamist movement carried out the deadliest attack in Israel’s 75-year history on October 7.

The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza said on Saturday that 9,488 Palestinians, including 3,900 children, had been killed in Israeli airstrikes.

On the morning of October 7, a Jewish Sabbath and holiday, rockets rained down on Israel from Gaza as hundreds of Hamas fighters infiltrated southern Israel by land, sea and air.

Netanyahu Says Israel’s Siege ‘just Getting Started’

They include 270 mostly young people at the music festival and hundreds more in communities along the Gaza border.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks of “atrocity not seen since the Shoah” – Hebrew for Holocaust.

An aerial view shows cars on fire as rockets are fired from the Gaza Strip, Ashkelon, Israel, October 7 (REUTERS)

He vows to “crush” Hamas, which the United States, Britain, Israel and the European Union have designated a “terrorist organization”.

China Responds To Israel Hamas Conflict With A Call To ‘end The Hostilities’

Israel quickly retaliated by striking Gaza with airstrikes, fighting Hamas militants who were still inside Israel. It will retake control of the Gaza border area on October 10.

Israel declares a “total siege” on October 9, cutting off electricity and food supplies, then water supplies to Gaza’s 2.4 million residents.

On October 13, Israel calls on citizens of northern Gaza to move south within 24 hours. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians are fleeing.

A Reuters video journalist was killed and six journalists from AFP, Reuters and Al Jazeera were injured in an attack in southern Lebanon on 13 October.

Israel To Expand Its Humanitarian Pauses In Northern Gaza — Israeli, Us Officials

Hama’s Ministry of Health reports that approximately 471 people have lost their lives. US intelligence sources report that “100 to 300” people died.

On October 20 and 22, four hostages, all women, have been released. On October 30, an Israeli soldier, also a woman, is rescued in a ground operation by Israeli forces.

American citizens captured by Hamas walk side by side with Israeli soldiers on October 20 (REUTERS)

On October 28, Hamas announced that it was ready to release the hostages in exchange for Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.

The Un Hired An Ai Company To Untangle The Israeli Palestinian Crisis

International Criminal Court Prosecutor Karim Khan said on October 29 that delaying access to humanitarian aid could be “a mistake”.

Netanyahu announces a “second phase of the war” aimed at destroying Hamas’ military and leadership capabilities and rescuing hostages.

On November 1, Egypt opens the Rafah crossing. Dozens of injured Palestinians and hundreds of foreigners and citizens of two countries have fled Gaza.

Palestinians search for casualties in the area where Israel attacked a house in the Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip, November 2 (REUTERS)

History Of Israeli And Palestinian Conflict And The Latest Conflict In Gaza In Maps

After nearly a week of ground fighting in northern Gaza, the Israeli army announced on November 2 that it had encircled Gaza.

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reiterated in Tel Aviv that Israel has a “right” and “responsibility” to defend itself, but he wanted to protect the Palestinians in Gaza.

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah warns Israel against attacking Lebanon, saying all options including “total war” are being discussed.

On November 4, Blinken reaffirmed US support for “humanitarian pauses” in the war, an idea Netanyahu rejected.

Gaza Deaths Mount As Israel Says Hamas Leaders Are Its Target

(Other than the headline, this story has not been edited by staff and was published by a shared source.)

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“We are deeply concerned about the escalation of violence in Gaza. The loss of innocent lives and the suffering of civilians in the area is heartbreaking. Our hearts go out to those who lost their loved ones or whose loved ones have been lost,” he said. and for those who have lost their homes and moved.

The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) is closely monitoring the situation with our partners in the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement. The Palestine Red Crescent Society and Magen David Adom have worked tirelessly to provide vital aid to victims, with their staff and volunteers risking their lives every day. The SRC stands ready to continue to support relief efforts. As we launch our fundraising appeal next week, we look forward to the support of Singaporeans and citizens to provide much-needed relief and assistance to individuals and families,” Singapore Secretary-General/CEO Benjamin William said.

Indian Muslims Voice Support For Palestine As Hostilities Rise In Gaza Strip

He added: “In accordance with generally accepted international humanitarian law, we strongly encourage the protection of non-combatants and essential infrastructure such as medical facilities, water and electricity systems, so that humanitarian aid providers, including the Red Cross Movement and the Red Crescent, to be able to reach citizens in need.

Since Saturday, October 7, 2023, hostilities in the area have increased significantly, especially near the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip. According to the latest reports, more than 4,000 people have lost their lives in Israel and the Gaza Strip. This tragic situation has injured thousands of others, exacerbating the humanitarian crisis.

The conflict has also forced a large number of people to flee their homes and seek safety. As a result, more than 1 million people in Gaza have fled their homes. This number is expected to increase with reflection

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    1. Ongoing Hostilities: Palestine-israel Crisis News"We are deeply concerned about the increasing number of civilian deaths in Gaza, Israel and the occupied West Bank and we urgently call on all parties to the conflict to respect international law and do everything possible to prevent further civilian bloodshed. Below of international humanitarian law, all Parties in the conflict have a clear responsibility to protect the lives of civilians involved in hostilities," said Agnes Kalamara, International Secretary General.Hell On Earth': Israel Unrest Spotlights Dire Conditions In Gaza"Targeting civilians, carrying out disproportionate attacks and indiscriminate attacks that kill or injure civilians are war crimes. Israel has a terrible history of committing war crimes with impunity in previous wars in Gaza. Palestinian armed groups in the Strip Gaza must refrain from targeting civilians and using uncontrolled weapons, as they have done in the past, and in this case, more forcefully, from actions that amount to war crimes.Israel's retaliatory attack on Gaza has killed at least 232 people and wounded nearly 1,700, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.Israeli media reported the death of approximately 250 people and the Israeli Ministry of Health reported more than 1,500 people injured in attacks by Palestinian militant groups.The Israeli army has confirmed to the media that Palestinian armed groups have arrested and detained Israeli citizens and soldiers. Kidnapping civilians and taking hostages is prohibited under international law and may constitute a war crime. All citizens held hostage must be released immediately, unconditionally and in good health. All those detained must be treated humanely, in accordance with international law, and must receive medical treatment.What Sparked The Latest Israeli Palestinian Confrontations?There is an urgent need to address the root causes of these recurring cycles of violence. It calls for respect for international law and an end to Israel's illegal 16-year siege of the Gaza Strip, as well as all other aspects of the Israeli apartheid regime imposed on all Palestinians. The Israeli government must refrain from inciting violence and tension in the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, especially near religious sites. The international community is calling on the international community to intervene quickly to protect civilians and prevent further suffering.In 2021, the International Criminal Court began an investigation into the situation in the State of Palestine. Its mandate includes crimes under international law committed by all parties to the current war, including crimes of racism against humanity against the Palestinians.Since 2007, Israel has imposed an air, land and sea blockade on the Gaza Strip, collectively punishing its entire population.In June, the United Nations published its investigation into the May 2023 attacks in the Gaza Strip, and found that Israel has illegally destroyed Palestinian homes, often without military necessity, as a collective punishment for civilians.Israel Gaza CrisisIn its February 2022 report, International highlighted how Israeli forces in Gaza (including the West Bank and Israel) have carried out acts prohibited by the Rome Statute and the Apartheid Convention as part of a regular and routine attack on civilians. for maintaining the system of oppression and rule over the Palestinians, thus including the crime of racism against humanity. Israel-Hamas war news: Israel says Hamas attacks have killed more than 1,400 October 7, Gaza says more than 9,400 Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes.The war between Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers erupted after the Palestinian Islamist movement carried out the deadliest attack in Israel's 75-year history on October 7.The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza said on Saturday that 9,488 Palestinians, including 3,900 children, had been killed in Israeli airstrikes.On the morning of October 7, a Jewish Sabbath and holiday, rockets rained down on Israel from Gaza as hundreds of Hamas fighters infiltrated southern Israel by land, sea and air.Netanyahu Says Israel's Siege 'just Getting Started'They include 270 mostly young people at the music festival and hundreds more in communities along the Gaza border.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks of "atrocity not seen since the Shoah" - Hebrew for Holocaust.An aerial view shows cars on fire as rockets are fired from the Gaza Strip, Ashkelon, Israel, October 7 (REUTERS)He vows to "crush" Hamas, which the United States, Britain, Israel and the European Union have designated a "terrorist organization".China Responds To Israel Hamas Conflict With A Call To 'end The Hostilities'Israel quickly retaliated by striking Gaza with airstrikes, fighting Hamas militants who were still inside Israel. It will retake control of the Gaza border area on October 10.Israel declares a "total siege" on October 9, cutting off electricity and food supplies, then water supplies to Gaza's 2.4 million residents.On October 13, Israel calls on citizens of northern Gaza to move south within 24 hours. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians are fleeing.A Reuters video journalist was killed and six journalists from AFP, Reuters and Al Jazeera were injured in an attack in southern Lebanon on 13 October.Israel To Expand Its Humanitarian Pauses In Northern Gaza — Israeli, Us OfficialsHama's Ministry of Health reports that approximately 471 people have lost their lives. US intelligence sources report that "100 to 300" people died.On October 20 and 22, four hostages, all women, have been released. On October 30, an Israeli soldier, also a woman, is rescued in a ground operation by Israeli forces.American citizens captured by Hamas walk side by side with Israeli soldiers on October 20 (REUTERS)On October 28, Hamas announced that it was ready to release the hostages in exchange for Palestinian prisoners in Israeli jails.The Un Hired An Ai Company To Untangle The Israeli Palestinian CrisisInternational Criminal Court Prosecutor Karim Khan said on October 29 that delaying access to humanitarian aid could be "a mistake".Netanyahu announces a "second phase of the war" aimed at destroying Hamas' military and leadership capabilities and rescuing hostages.On November 1, Egypt opens the Rafah crossing. Dozens of injured Palestinians and hundreds of foreigners and citizens of two countries have fled Gaza.Palestinians search for casualties in the area where Israel attacked a house in the Jabalia refugee camp in the northern Gaza Strip, November 2 (REUTERS)History Of Israeli And Palestinian Conflict And The Latest Conflict In Gaza In MapsAfter nearly a week of ground fighting in northern Gaza, the Israeli army announced on November 2 that it had encircled Gaza.US Secretary of State Antony Blinken reiterated in Tel Aviv that Israel has a "right" and "responsibility" to defend itself, but he wanted to protect the Palestinians in Gaza.Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah warns Israel against attacking Lebanon, saying all options including "total war" are being discussed.On November 4, Blinken reaffirmed US support for "humanitarian pauses" in the war, an idea Netanyahu rejected.Gaza Deaths Mount As Israel Says Hamas Leaders Are Its Target(Other than the headline, this story has not been edited by staff and was published by a shared source.)Latest World News NewsPNR Status Education News Business News Sports News MP Chhattisgarh News Rajasthan News Article 370 Border Decision China Talks BhutanDhiraj Prasad SahuHardeep Nijjar Wins Animal Film Mohan Yadav Singapore Answer Oct 23 Palitogo - Israel Oct 23. The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) is pledging $150,000 in humanitarian aid to our Red Crescent Movement partners, including the Palestine Red Crescent Society (PRCS) and The Magen David Adom Israel (MDA), both of which are ICRC Red. and Red Crescent Societies Members of the Federation of Crescent Societies. to support their ongoing aid efforts in the region. The SRC has also launched a public appeal to raise funds from 16 October 2023 to 31 January 2024 for relief and rescue operations."We are deeply concerned about the escalation of violence in Gaza. The loss of innocent lives and the suffering of civilians in the area is heartbreaking. Our hearts go out to those who lost their loved ones or whose loved ones have been lost," he said. and for those who have lost their homes and moved.The Singapore Red Cross (SRC) is closely monitoring the situation with our partners in the Red Cross Red Crescent Movement. The Palestine Red Crescent Society and Magen David Adom have worked tirelessly to provide vital aid to victims, with their staff and volunteers risking their lives every day. The SRC stands ready to continue to support relief efforts. As we launch our fundraising appeal next week, we look forward to the support of Singaporeans and citizens to provide much-needed relief and assistance to individuals and families," Singapore Secretary-General/CEO Benjamin William said.Indian Muslims Voice Support For Palestine As Hostilities Rise In Gaza Strip
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