Intense Palestinian-Israeli exchange of fire

The largest-ever exchange of gunfire has erupted in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict since 2014. Many people, including innocent people, have died so far; Evidence of injuries and property damage is also circulating. The conflict began in and around the Alaska Mosque complex in Jerusalem, with Palestinians protesting that their land and homes were being confiscated by Jews who supported the state of Israel.

In the short days since the conflict began, it has attracted the attention of the international community. The impact of the ceasefire between Hamas and the Israeli defense has not yet been announced. Al Jazeera reports that more than 700 Palestinians have been injured in clashes with Palestinian militants in the Alaska mosque since last Monday.

Another aspect of the conflict is the fact that many Palestinians are fleeing their homes following the Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. Residents in Gaza told Al Jazeera that the occupation of houses in Gaza had forced residents to evacuate.

The Israeli government says Hamas has fired hundreds of rockets in retaliation, but most have been hit by Israeli anti-missile strikes. However, video footage of an Israeli oil pipeline being hit by a Hamas rocket caught fire on social media.

Hamas has said it will continue to target Israel in the Gaza Strip. Israel says it has destroyed several police stations in an attempt to attack Hamas in Gaza. The attack on Hamas officials’ homes has also been widely reported in the international media.

In addition to the airstrikes, the Israeli army’s proximity to the Gaza border has exacerbated tensions. There are also reports that the Israeli army is increasing the number of tanks along the border south of Gaza. Residents of Gaza say there is no haven in Gaza, although the Israeli government’s crackdown is in violation of international law and does not harm civilians. According to Al Jazeera, the Israeli military jet targeted the Gaza Strip’s Al Jazeera building, which houses several media outlets.

The Hamas military says al-Qa’eda in the Islamic Maghreb (AQIM) is preparing to launch 110 rockets into Tel Aviv and 100 rockets into Israeli cities. Complaints are also being heard from various countries. Residents of Rahat, Israel, took to the streets to protest against the Israeli government and demand respect for Palestinian human rights. Following this, many Arabs in Israel reportedly intensified their opposition. The Israeli government has declared a state of emergency in protest areas.

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) will hold an emergency meeting of the House of Representatives of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Thursday, Al Ain reported. The United Nations has expressed concern over the ongoing Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories. The United Nations human rights agency has warned on Twitter that no force should be used to infringe on the rights of others.

The statement also said that the use of force against protesters was “inappropriate.” The statement said the rocket attacks by Hamas were also prohibited by international law. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, for his part, lamented the growing number of victims. The United Nations says Hamas has fired 250 rockets into Israel in just 24 hours.

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