At least 140 Palestinians, including 39 children, he has been killed Israel launched a terrorist attack in Gaza earlier this week.
On Saturday, Israel headed for a refugee camp in Gaza where 10 Palestinians were killed.
It also ruined it house in Gaza City where the offices of Al Jazeera and The Associated Press are located, as well as other media outlets, offices and residences.
Here is how the world reacts to the recent Israeli threats to Gaza:
The Palestinian cause at the United Nations has asked U.S. President Joe Biden to explain the recent threats.
“Does the explosion of @AP & @AJArabic’s offices be interpreted as a means of self-defense?” the mission said in a tweet on Saturday.
Honest Question: How @POTUS can you explain this Your unwavering support for Israeli security & the legitimate right of Israel to self-defense & ppl ”. How it explodes @AP & @AJArabic offices defined as a means of self-defense? @StateDeptSpox # Gaza_Under_Kunda #SaveSheikhJarrah https://t.co/VQ8MgUFsdB
– Palestine (@Palestine_UN) May 15, 2021
The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has urged Israeli and Gaza authorities in Hamas to reduce tensions.
Michelle Bachelet said in a statement that “instead of trying to resolve conflicts, frustrating remarks from leaders on both sides seem to be trying to appease the conflict rather than calm them down.”
Bachelet’s remarks were made shortly before an Israeli plane crash before destroying the building in Gaza City, home of Al Jazeera and AP offices.
Al Jazeera criticism The bombing and vandalism of his offices and said it was a matter of course for journalists not to do their job.
“We call on other countries to condemn such atrocities and to pursue the media and we want the countries to take immediate action against Israel for taking action against journalists and media organizations,” Dr Mostefa Souag, director of the Al Jazeera Media Network, said in a statement.
Israel has issued a “warning” to detonate a bomb blast setting up Al Jazeera’s offices and other media outlets in Gaza City in one hour.
– Al Jazeera English (@AJEnglish) May 15, 2021
“We are shocked and saddened that the Israeli military is targeting and destroying the AP and other media outlets in Gaza. They already know the location of our office and know that journalists were present. We have received a warning that the building will be raided,” AP President and CEO Gary Pruitt said. .
“We want more information from the Israeli government and we are working with the US State department to find out more.
“This is a strangely disruptive development. We survived by accident. Twelve journalists and AP freelancers were inside the building and thankfully we were able to get them out on time. “
A liaison officer with the Turkish President posted a message online that the Israeli attack on the offices of The Associated Press and Al Jazeera in Gaza had violated the freedom of the press.
“I condemn this attack on Israel as it strikes the press in order to cover up its killings,” Fahrettin Altun said after the attack, adding that “Israel continues to kill people and war crimes.”
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu wrote that Turkey represents the Palestinians, who are still struggling with “ethnic cleansing, religion and culture”.
At the 73rd Nakba Festival in which hundreds of thousands of Palestinians were taken captive to their homeland, the people of #Palestine purification on the basis of race, religion and culture. Will we remain with our Palestinian brothers and sisters in fighting for their rights and dignity?
– Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu (@MevlutCavusoglu) May 15, 2021
U.S. President Joe Biden, by telephone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, expressed “grave concern” over the appearance of violence in Israel and Gaza, the White House said.
The White House said it had joined forces with Israel on the need to ensure that journalists were safe after the Israeli military destroyed the building containing Al Jazeera and AP offices.
“We have reached an agreement with Israelis to ensure that journalists and independent journalists are responsible,” White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said in a tweet.
We have a direct relationship with Israel that ensuring that journalists and journalists are independent is a serious responsibility.
– Jen Psaki (@PressSec) May 15, 2021
Qatar’s foreign minister has met with Hamas official, according to Qatar’s foreign ministry on Saturday.
Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani also said he had met with Hamas leader Ismail Haniya in the Doha capital.
The Foreign Ministry said Sheikh Mohammed “reaffirmed the need for countries around the world to take urgent action to end the recurring violence in Israel against civilians in Gaza.”
– MOFA – Qatar (@MofaQatar_EN) May 15, 2021
A senior Hamas official has said the Gaza Strip will not back down when it attacks Israeli forces.
Ismail Haniyeh speaks at a conference held by hundreds in Qatar. He also said that “the denial of the shortest route to Jerusalem” was that the Palestinian people would not accept anything but the land of Palestine with Jerusalem as its capital.
Amnesty International has called on the US and the UN to end “impunity and lawlessness” by “publicly condemning war crimes”.
We call on the United States to intervene and as a member of the UN Security Council to resolve Israeli and OPT violations by publicly condemning war crimes and other serious violations including the promotion of illegal occupations, the closure of Gaza, the occupation of Palestine.
– Amnesty International (@amnesty) May 15, 2021