Gaza officials say 69 Palestinians have been killed, including 17 children; seven people died in Israel; violence is also rampant in Israel.
Israeli warplanes have attacked high-rise buildings and militants in the Gaza Strip as Palestinians in a siege woke up Thursday to celebrate Eid al-Fitr religious explosions.
Since the Israeli unrest began on Monday, Gaza’s medical ministry says at least 69 people, including 17 children, have been killed. More than 390 were injured.
At least five Israelites have also been killed. Israeli forces say hundreds of rockets have been removed from Gaza to enter various parts of Israel and have expanded their presence near eastern areas.
There are also many conflicts between Jewish Israelis and Palestinian citizens of Israel in several cities within Israel.
Here are some recent updates:
At Sheikh Jarrah, the Palestinians face the future of the city
‘Return’: UK Minister
The British Prime Minister in the Middle East has urged “all sides to step back” from the end of what he calls a “terrible growth”.
“We’ve seen rocket in Israel before,” James Cleverly, a young foreign minister working in the Middle East and North Africa, told Sky News. “We want to see the eagles leave.”
Preparing for ‘several events’: Israeli troops
Israeli military spokesman Jonathan Conricus said the attacks on Gaza would continue as Israel prepares for “several events”.
“We have sections that are ready and are at different times in preparation for groundwork,” he told reporters Thursday.
Hundreds of worshipers attended Eid prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in ancient Jerusalem, the third most holy place in Islam.
Religious leaders have called for calm on the day that marks the end of Ramadan for Muslims around the world.
– aliraza (@alirazaqnet) May 13, 2021
Translation: Praying for the bereaved in Gaza at the Blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Turkey commands Muslims to give a clear account of Gaza
Islamic countries need to be united and united in the conflict between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, said Turkish Deputy President Fuat Oktay as he criticized world powers for their non-violent protests.
“What we want is for them to take action,” Oktay told reporters after morning prayers about the end of Ramadan.
“There are a number of elections that have been held repeatedly at the United Nations, in protest. But unfortunately no results have been obtained, as we do not specify. “
The rockets disrupt Tel Aviv’s air traffic control
All planes carrying people to Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv have been transferred to a southern airport in the middle of a rocket fire from Gaza, airline officials have said.
He also said that instructions have been put in place for passenger planes to arrive at Ramon Airport near the southern city of Eilat from early Thursday.