Infostani Sources- As the seven-day ceasefire period ended, Israel resumed brutal bombing of Palestinian territories on Friday. The Hamas-controlled ministry reported that Friday’s attacks resulted in at least 178 Palestinians killed and hundreds injured. The Israeli military, in ground, air, and naval operations, claimed to have hit 200 targets in Khan Yunis, Ishrah, North and South Gaza in recent days. Israel’s Minister of National Security, Ben Gomir, stated on the social media website X that the Israeli army should return to Gaza with all its strength to prevent the recurrence of the horrors of 10/7.
Gomir also credited Hamas for adhering to the agreement. Antonio Guterres, the head of the United Nations, expressed deep regret over the resumption of war in Gaza, stating on social media that he still hopes the renewal of the ceasefire is possible. Vu Lakar Turk, the head of the United Nations human rights, called the resumption of war in Gaza disastrous, asserting that the crisis is now at a worse level. Turk urged all parties and states with influence to immediately redouble efforts to ensure a human rights-based ceasefire.
Global Developments: US Pushes Ceasefire Extension, Visa Restrictions, Papal Critique, and Turkish Condemnation
The United States announced it is pushing for the extension of the ceasefire, with the spokesman of the National Security Council in the White House stating that the country will continue efforts for a ceasefire, working together with Israel, Egypt, and Qatar in this regard.
On Friday, US Secretary of State Tobit B. Nicken declared that his country is ready to impose visa restrictions on Israelis engaged in violence against Palestinians. He personally conveyed this information to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. Nicken stated that his country could self-impose sanctions but did not specify the number of affected Israelis.
In an exclusive telephone conversation with Israeli President Isaac Herzog, Pope Francis used the term “terrorism” to describe Israeli attacks on Gaza. The Washington Post published statements from an unnamed authoritative Israeli figure, reporting that Pope Francis emphasized the prohibition of responding to terrorism with terrorism. President Herzog asserted that Israel took necessary measures for self-defense, defending the actions.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan labeled Israel’s bombing of Gaza as a war crime against humanity. Additionally, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Amir Davan strongly condemned Israel’s repeated barbaric bombardment immediately after the cease-fire, categorizing the atrocities in Gaza as war crimes.
During the recent ceasefire, Hamas released 80 Israeli prisoners, while Israel released 240 Palestinian prisoners. Hamas expressed readiness to transfer the bodies of a northern woman and her two children, 10-year-old and 4-year-old Ariel, to Israel.
Gaza Devastation, Diplomatic Tensions, and Global Warning: A Snapshot of Current Events
Yara Hamid, a Palestinian journalist, expressed the indescribable loss currently experienced by Gaza residents. The devastation is unimaginable – homes, landmarks, schools, entire cities, and beloved restaurants have been wiped out. Israel’s objective always aimed at eradicating Gaza. Deliberately obliterating the city and bombing ancient historical sites to eliminate evidence of Palestinian history. The emotional impact of witnessing the destruction of cherished places is beyond words for her. The entire city now resembles a field of memories from their upbringing. Iran has issued a warning about the consequences of Israel’s renewed aggression in Palestinian territories.
Nasser Kanani, the spokesperson for the Iranian Foreign Ministry. Squarely placed responsibility for the recent attacks on Israel and the United States. In a statement on social media platform X. He asserted that all political and legal accountability for the aggression and massacre lies with Israel and the United States. Major General Muhammad Baqeri, Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces. Engaged in a phone conversation with Saudi Prince Khalid bin Salman. The leaders discussed bilateral relations in the military and defense sectors, covering various topics of mutual interest. Yemen’s Ansarullah movement declared its intention to resume attacks on Zionist targets.
Israel has brought back its ambassador from China following an announcement by Socialist Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sallez in an interview. Where he expressed his intention to recognize the EU and the Palestinian Authority. Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu labeled the Spanish Prime Minister’s statement as shameful and summoned the Spanish ambassador in Gulapp to register a protest. In the interview, Sallez emphasized the need to recognize Palestine to contribute to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and fostering peace in the region.
Ceasefire Breakdown Sparks Global Concerns and Humanitarian Efforts in Gaza Crisis
Addressing the situation in Gaza. The Spanish Prime Minister highlighted the distressing images and videos depicting a significant number of children losing their lives. The World Health Organization reported a severe deterioration of the health system in Gaza. Describing hospitals in the area as resembling scenes from horror movies. UNICEF criticized the international community for not taking action after the temporary ceasefire between Israel and Hamas broke down. Stating that the lack of response could be interpreted as endorsing the killing of children.
During the 28th summit in Dini, the King of Great Britain met with Israeli President Isaac Herzog. According to Israeli media cited by Al Jazeera. The Israeli president urged the British monarch to leverage his diplomatic influence to facilitate the repatriation of refugees.
Saudi Arabia continues its aid efforts, with the 20th aid plane arriving at Al Arabish Airport in Egypt. Fourteen ambulances from the King Salman Aid Center have also reached Gaza. In response to the Israeli attacks, Karim Khan, the prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, has arrived in Israel at the request of the survivors’ families and victims. His itinerary includes a planned visit to Ramallah in the occupied West Bank. Where he will meet with senior Palestinian officials, as announced by the ICC.
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