At least 200 Palestinians were killed in the Gaza Strip as Israeli explosions entered its second week.
Israeli forces launched another airstrikes on the Gaza Strip earlier on Monday, just hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced an attack on a Palestinian state. go ahead “With all power”.
The blast shook the city of Gaza from north to south in a bomb blast that was heavier, more in the region and lasted longer than the attack that killed 42 Palestinians and injured many others on Sunday.
One Palestinian is said to have been injured.
In the past, Hamas drove stones to the Israeli cities of Ashkelon and Beershaba.
At least 192 people, including 58 children and 34 women, have been killed in the Gaza Strip since the recent violence began last week.
Israelis say 10 have died, including two children.
The United Nations Security Council met on Sunday to discuss the violence but failed to agree on a single consensus.
China said it was the United States that prevented the agency from speaking “with one voice”.
Here are some recent updates:
One Palestinian is said to be injured
Safwat al-Kahlout of Al Jazeera, speaking from Gaza City, said a Palestinian man had been treated for minor injuries at al-Shifa hospital.
There were no other reports of injuries, and the Associated Press reported that there were no reports of damage to the Gaza Strip earlier Monday.
Israel will strike an ’empty, training ground’ linked to Palestinian groups
Safwat ak-Kahlout of Al Jazeera, quoting from Gaza, said the Israeli army was fighting “empty, empty and evacuated camps and training camps without links to Palestinian militant groups” in and around Gaza City. .
Meanwhile, Hamas has fired small stones into southern Israel, instead of the long-range weapons launched yesterday.
Israeli Air Force Dome recaptured airstrikes, al-Kahlout said.
“It appears that the size of the Palestinian militant group’s fires is linked to Israeli firearms,” he added.
Israel’s recent wars are ‘terrible, long-lasting’
The recent Israeli explosion on the Gaza Strip was “heavier, heavier and more enduring” than the previous 24-hour attack that killed at least 42 Palestinians.
Fares Akram, an AP reporter for Gaza City, said the blast “shook the city” from north to south for 10 minutes.
Safwat al-Kahlout of Al Jazeera, quoting from Gaza, said there had been “an hour of peace” and that Israeli drones were “just moving up, controlling the air”.
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