At least 100 Israel civilians killed following Hamas ground and rocket attacks


The Palestinian Ministry of Health also

that 198 Palestinians were killed after Israel conducted airstrikes on Gaza in response to the incursions. The Palestinian Ministry of Health also according that 198 Palestinians were killed after Israel conducted airstrikes on Gaza in response to the incursions.reportedThe Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and Hamas, a Palestinian Islamist organization, are said to be engaged in fierce firefights in Southern Israel, with violence continuing.

The Israeli government said that Hamas, which is proscribed as a terrorist organization by countries including the US and the UK, had declared war on Israel, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announcing in a video clip posted on X (formerly Twitter) “

Citizens of Israel, we are at war” against the Hamas separatists.Israel’s Foreign Ministry said that over 2000 rockets were fired from Gaza in the early hours of the morning. This resulted in the IDF announcing operation ‘Swords of Iron’ a “

large-scale operation to defend Israeli civilians”.Meanwhile, the State of Palestine has issued a statement calling for the recognition of Palestine’s “legitimate right to self-determination” and called for an end to the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories. They continued to say that “continuation of the injustice and oppression to which the Palestinian people are exposed is the reason behind this explosive situation.”

Countries across the world, including Germany, Spain, Switzerland, the UK and the US have been quick to condemn Hamas’ attacks, calling for an end to the violence and for the protection of civilians. US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said, “There is never any justification for terrorism.” Additionally, UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres condemned Hamas’s attacks “in the strongest terms” and urged a diplomatic solution to the conflict.

Reuters reported that Brazil’s Foreign Ministry, who is currently holding rotating presidency of the United Nations Security Council, said it would convene an emergency meeting of the UN body over the attacks.

The number of casualties is continuing to rise, and further calls have been made for Hamas to respect customary law obligations, international humanitarian law and the international laws of armed conflict. A senior policy expert at the Norwegian Refugee Council commented, “The significant escalation in and around Gaza requires a solemn reminder of the

rules prohibiting deliberate or indiscriminate attacks on civilians, in Israel and in Gaza alike.” The International Committee of the Red Cross has also called for the “immediate protection of civilians”.[International Humanitarian Law]Last week, the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories

(COGAT), a unit in the Israeli Ministry of Defense, announced that the Erez Crossing would be reopened for workers to leave the Gaza Strip area, the sole land border crossing between the Gaza Strip and Israel by land. In a recent interview with JURIST, UN Rapporteur Francesca Albanese discussed the challenges she has faced as UN Special Rapporteur, the findings from her recent report on the conditions of Israel’s ongoing occupation of the Palestinian territories, where she found:

“that arbitrary and deliberate ill-treatment is inflicted upon the Palestinians not only through unlawful practices in detention but also as a carceral continuum comprised of techniques of large-scale confinement -physical, bureaucratic, digital- beyond detention.” “These violations,” Albanese continued “may amount to international crimes prosecutable under the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court and universal jurisdiction”.The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a longstanding issue in the Middle East, involving political, historical, and religious factors. The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a longstanding issue in the Middle East, involving political, historical and religious factors. The British mandate following World War I laid a foundation for future tensions among Jews and Arabs. In 1947, the United Nations divided the British Mandate of Palestine into separate Jewish states and Arab States, which led to the creation of Israel in 1948. Oslo Accords signed in the 90s aimed to establish a framework of peaceful coexistence, but they faced many challenges. The conflict has profoundly impacted the lives of both Israelis and Palestinians.