Israel bombed the Gaza Strip just hours after US President Joe Biden publicly backed a global call for an end to the war between the Jewish state and Hamas, a Palestinian militant group.
Sixty Israeli warplanes have staged a series of military demonstrations in what the military says are a way out, after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the military to “continue strikes”.
Hamas, an army control of the Gaza Strip, fired a rocket into Israeli cities an hour later stay overnight. The Witnesses also said that two houses were raided on Tuesday in Gaza City, a densely populated city, as the fighting ended in the second week.
The Israeli offensive has killed 212 Palestinians, including 61 children and 36 women since Monday, according to the Gaza Health Ministry.
Israeli military officials say 130 of the dead were Hamas militants and Gazan said more than half of those killed were women and children. Israel says 10 people have died in Hamas threats, including two children.
Biden spoke with Netanyahu as the US President faces opposition from the United States going forward, along with his Democratic party, who want the authorities to be forced to end the conflict.
“The president has shown his support for ending the war and has discussed what the US has done with Egypt and its allies to do so,” according to a White House statement. Biden also “urged Israel to work for the protection of innocent people”.
US banned According to two UN envoys, the UN Security Council has called for an end to violence, an end to violence and compliance with international law. The idea was the third Washington to block speech or less since the violence began.
UN, Egypt and Qatar failed to repay a temporary suspension to facilitate humanitarian repatriation to Palestine, which has been controlled by Hamas since 2007.
Aviv Kochavi, Israel’s army chief, warned civilians in the vicinity that the war would continue as long as the country thought it was necessary.
“Hamas was amazed at our strength, our methods and what we were able to do,” he said, referring to the war, while Israel staged more protests faster than the old wars with Palestinian forces.
Israel has said they have been judged directly to a house in Gaza where the media houses are located over the weekend. Officials said Hamas – which the US appointed a foreign terrorist organization – operates in the same building.
Antony Blinken, US secretary of state, said Washington had asked for more information to explain the attack but had not seen any evidence.
Dennis Ross, a former ally in the Middle East under the auspices of the Democratic and Republican Republic, said the reading of summons between Israeli and US leaders shows that Biden is trying to resolve the crisis.
“It’s a clever way of [Biden] saying: ‘Well, you did what you had to do. Now is the time to find a way to do this, ”he said.