February, 23, 2024
Israeli Airstrike Kills Palestinian Leader in Gaza

Israeli Airstrike Kills Palestinian Leader in Gaza

Infostani International- The Israeli airstrike claimed the life of Sheikh Yusuf Salama, the former preacher of Al-Aqsa Mosque and the Palestinian Minister of Religious Affairs. Notably, both the Palestinian Authority and Hamas have refrained from issuing any comments on this development. Regarded as a respected figure in the Islamic world, especially in Palestine, the recent Israeli raid purportedly targeted and destroyed a Hamas military headquarters in Khan Younis. The Israel’s army claimed responsibility for targeting the heart of Yunus. Where the military intelligence service had its special operations room.

Gaza Conflict Developments: Toll Rises, Israeli Military Claims Strike, and New Peace Plan Emerges

In the past 24 hours, the toll from Israeli bombings has risen to 60 Palestinians. According to a statement from the Israel’s army, the military successfully attacked the Hamas military headquarters. A claim unaddressed by Hamas in their response. Accompanying the Israeli announcement. A video related to the attack was released.

Reports from the British newspaper Telegraph suggest the existence of a new plan aimed at halting the conflict in Gaza. Allegedly, discussions on the plan are ongoing, though opposition from various groups has been strong, with no formal rejection noted. As outlined in the plan, the initial phase proposes a 15-day fasting truce during which a prisoner exchange involving Israeli and Palestinian prisoners would take place. Subsequently, the second phase envisions the unification of Palestinian groups to govern both Gaza and the West Bank. The third and final phase aims for a comprehensive ceasefire. This plan is attributed to Egypt and Qatar for its proposal.

Israeli Airstrike Kills Palestinian Leader in Gaza
Palestinians remove a dead body from the rubble of a building after an Israeli airstrike Jebaliya refugee camp, Gaza Strip.

Israeli Foreign Minister’s Sister Calls for Accountability Amidst Gaza Conflict

Interestingly, the sister of the Israeli Foreign Minister, Elie. Disassociated the government from the attack on October 17, placing responsibility on their own government. Al Jazeera, the Qatari broadcaster, reported that Elie called for the formation of an investigative committee to hold those responsible for the October 7 attack accountable. In response to discussions about control of the Gaza Strip. Elie emphasized that the current priority should be the restoration of peace, deeming it premature to delve into the governance of Gaza.

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