Tel Aviv – Israeli missiles continued to hit Gaza on Monday after the deadliest day of battle between Israel and Palestinian Hamas. At least 42 people were killed in the Gaza Strip on Sunday, including children and several large buildings destroyed.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he wanted “Heavy taxes” were imposed on Hamas to fire thousands of rockets at Israel, a barrage that continued on Monday.
such as,200 injured in the attacks. A rocket launched from Gaza by Hamas militants has killed eight people in Israel, including a boy and a soldier. Entering a second week, Israeli protests in Gaza were accused of killing nearly 200 Palestinians on Monday, including 55 children and 33 women, more than 1
CBS News Agency Imtiaz Tyab reported Monday of the disputed East Jerusalem case that saw new violent protests over the weekend in a neighborhood where tensions simmer for months between Jews. And the Muslims finally arrived during the past week.
Over the night, dozens of Israeli air strikes attacked Gaza once again. Israel insists it is conducting targeted attacks on militants and Palestinian commanders. Officials said the latest attack on Monday destroyed about nine miles of tunnels that the Hamas group used to smuggle weapons and other goods into the Gaza Strip and the home of Hamas commander.
But Israeli fighter jets continue to destroy buildings in civilian-densely populated neighborhoods as well.
The video shows a 6-year-old Palestinian girl named Susie being pulled from the rubble of her home on Sunday after she was trapped for seven hours. A mother and four of her siblings were killed in the Israeli protests.
“I am full of the wrath of the universe. But when I heard that one of my daughters was alive, I thank God, ”said her father, Riyadh Hkantana from the hospital bed next to his daughter. He thought he was the only survivor in his family.
The revelation of Gaza’s tallest building by an Israeli fighter was captured on live television, including a 12-story tower that fell to debris on Saturday, home to foreign media including The Associated Press
Journalists were warned about an hour in advance to leave the building before the strike, but both the AP and Al-Jazeera criticized the attack and said it would block independent reporting from Palestine. The media watchdog group Reporters Without Borders has asked the International Criminal Court to review the strike.
Speak to CBS’s ““On Sunday, Israel’s Netanyahu defended the attack, asserting it had” the Palestinian Terrorism Organization’s Intelligence Agency. [Hamas] It is located in a building that plans and manages terror attacks on Israeli civilians.
He called it It was “a perfectly legitimate target” and said the information had been passed on to US intelligence officials to support Israel’s stance. Neither the Biden administration nor the U.S. intelligence officials confirmed in the Israeli authorities Monday morning’s confirmation that their descriptions of the strike on the Gaza building had been accepted by the White House.
CBS News’ Christina Ruffini specifically asked US Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday whether he had seen intelligence that Israeli officials claimed to share with the United States, proving Hamas was using the building. The top U.S. diplomat, who said for days he worked around the clock to ease tensions, said he did not.
“I don’t see any of the information provided, and again to the extent it relies on intelligence, it will be shared with other colleagues and I will let them evaluate,” Blinken said.
The Associated Press said neither Gaza administration nor officials had received a warning before Saturday that they were using the building where Hamas lived.
Netanyahu told “Face the Nation” that Israel “did everything possible to restore order and tranquility and safety of our people” and to prevent future attacks by Hamas.
Despite the great catastrophe throughout the Gaza Strip But Hamas continued to launch rockets on Israel on Monday.
Sirens wailed over several southern Israeli communities near the Gaza border when residents were ordered to enter the bomb shelter.
While Israel says most of Hamas’ rockets are intercepted by the country’s advanced “Iron Dome” missile defense system, But some of the non-discriminatory weapons hit the ground – and Israeli homes.
Meanwhile, in East Jerusalem, there was an unrest over the weekend in a neighborhood where tensions from efforts to oust Palestinian families to make way for Jewish settlers helped spark a riot. Fight the present
Protesters flock to the streets at the weekend to commemorate Nakba Day, or “disaster,” hinting at what Palestinians view as the destruction of their homeland to rebuild Israel in 1948. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians had to evacuate their homes in the holy city of Jerusalem and other lands to create a modern Jewish state.
The protests were brutally responded by Israeli police, who placed concrete blocks on roads, cutting off neighboring Palestinian territories. It’s another move that is likely to do some damage in already volatile situations.
Jad Hammad was a member of one of six Palestinian families in Sheikh Jarrah, whom Israeli settlers tried to evict so they could move in. Disaster ”in 1948 in real time.
“It was very difficult because we had a feeling before and they just woke up,” he told Tyab, admitting he was worried about the prospect of being evicted: “I have a kid, I don’t know where I am. “To go with them”
International mediation efforts escalated over the weekend, with increasing pressure on both sides to curb the violence. But few indications calling for a ceasefire are to be heeded.
The US delegation to the United Nations has blocked efforts by other nations, including China, Tunisia and Norway, to accept a joint statement from the Security Council, condemn the violence and call for peace.