Israel-Palestine conflict (Photo Credits: ANI)
Israel-Palestine Conflict: The conflict between Israel and Palestine continues to escalate. There have been dozens of explosions in southern and central Israel. According to the Times of Israel, the Health Ministry, run by the Hamas Group, has reported that 32 Palestinians have been killed so far and 220 people have been injured in Israeli airstrikes in Gaza since the conflict erupted. A woman from Kerala (Kerala), who works in Israel, allegedly died in a Palestinian rocket attack on Tuesday. His family members gave this information. She told that the rocket fell on 31-year-old Soumya’s house in Ashkelon city when she was talking to her husband Santosh in Kerala in the evening on a video call. Santosh’s brother Saaji told, ‘My brother heard loud voice during video call. Suddenly the phone was disconnected. Then we immediately contacted other Malayalees working there. That is how we came to know about the incident. Also read – Israel sent a second consignment of medical supplies to India, which is suffering from the epidemic.
In response to this Hamas attack, the Israeli Air Force has also given a befitting reply. It has attacked the Gaza Strip occupied by it. Palestinian extremists attacked Ashkelon, bordering the Gaza Strip. Gaza extremists fired hundreds of rockets on Israel from Monday evening and at least 32 people died in the violence till Tuesday night. Israel has carried out hundreds of air strikes in the Gaza Strip targeting Hamas and Islamic Jihad.
It is being told that an Indian woman killed in an attack by Palestinian extremists has been living in Israel for the past seven years and has a nine-year-old son, who lives in Kerala, near her husband. Ashkelon Mayor Tomar Glam said that about 25 percent of the residents of the area do not have the facility to go to a safe place in the event of a rocket attack.
Indian woman killed as Gaza launches rocket attacks on Israel
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He said, “When an emergency is created in a normal life minutes, it becomes impossible to reach a safe place.” Israeli Ambassador to India Ron Malka tweeted on Tuesday, “I express my deepest condolences to the family of Soumya Santosh on behalf of Israel, who died in the Hamas terrorist attack on innocent people.”
There were clashes between Palestinian and Israeli security forces for hours before rockets and air strikes at night. The clash also took place in Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, which is considered sacred by both Jews and Muslims. Amid signs of growing unrest, hundreds of people from the Arab community protested in Israel condemning the recent crackdown of Israeli forces against Palestine. It is believed to be the biggest demonstration by Palestine citizens in Israel in recent years.
Hamas, an Islamic militant organization seeking Israel and Israel’s ruin, fought three wars and has also witnessed numerous skirmishes since the terrorist organization’s occupation of Gaza in 2007. The cross-border conflict between Hamas, which formerly ruled Israel and Gaza, ended a few days later, often due to mediation conducted by Qatar, Egypt and other countries from behind the scenes.
An Egyptian official confirmed that his country was trying for a ceasefire. The official discussing sensitive diplomacy expressed his intention not to be named, saying that Israeli action in Jerusalem has further complicated these efforts. . A Palestinian security official also confirmed the ceasefire efforts on condition of anonymity.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned on Monday that the fight could continue for some time. Israeli army spokesman Lt. Col. Jonathan Conricus told reporters on Tuesday that the military was in the early stages of targeting targets in Gaza. A plan to target these targets was made long ago. Israel targeted dozens of multi-storey buildings and carried out dozens of airstrikes. This tension and conflict is taking place at a time when there are situations of political instability in Israel. Netanyahu is the caretaker prime minister right now.