The battle between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas ceased after 11 days in the Gaza Strip, which became the battleground. But Hamas has said that even though the conflict is over today, Netanyahu and the whole world should know that our hands are on the trigger…
Jerusalem, agencies. The battle between Israel and the terrorist organization Hamas ceased after 11 days in the Gaza Strip, which became the battleground. Under pressure from the US, Egypt and other countries, the two sides agreed to a cease-fire. The ceasefire came into effect early Friday. However, the attitude of Hamas has not softened. He has said that even though the conflict is over today, Netanyahu and the whole world should know that our hands are on the trigger and we will continue to increase our capabilities.
The world welcomed
The move has been welcomed by Russia and other countries apart from United Nations (UN) chief Antonio Guterres. This is said to be the most fierce conflict between Israel and Hamas after the 2014 Gaza war. More than two hundred and fifty people died in this conflict that broke out from May 10 last. On the news of the ceasefire, people in the Gaza Strip, ruled by Hamas, took to the streets to express their happiness.
Agreed on ceasefire but also warned
The Israeli Security Cabinet stamped the ceasefire late on Thursday night. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s office said in a statement that an unconditional ceasefire has been agreed. Both Israel and Hamas have claimed their victories in the 11-day conflict. At the same time, both of them also said that they are ready to retaliate if the ceasefire is violated.
Hamas statement clouded fears
“It is true that the conflict ended today, but Netanyahu and the whole world should know that our hands are on the trigger and we will continue to enhance our capabilities,” said Ijjat al-Reshiq, a senior member of Hamas’s political bureau. Apparently, Hamas’s statement that the fears of war will also continue with time …
Israel and Palestinian supporters clash
Violent clashes between Israeli and Palestinian supporters were witnessed in New York City, USA. The incident occurred hours after the ceasefire was announced on Thursday in Times Square area of the city. There is news of one person being injured. Police is investigating the incident.
Stalled battle in Gaza Strip, So much damage to life and property in 11 days
– Israel launches hundreds of airstrikes on Hamas bases in Gaza Hamas refugee tunnel network targeted in attack
– 243 Palestinians killed and more than 1,900 injured
– Many large buildings collapsed and hundreds of houses suffered significant damage
– Hamas attack killed 12 people and injured hundreds in Israel
– Hamas fired more than four thousand rockets in central and southern Israel
Egypt played arbitration
Egypt played the role of a mediator in the ceasefire between Israel and Hamas. Egypt said it would send one delegation each to Israel and Gaza to monitor the ceasefire. Egyptian President Abdel Fatah al-Sisi thanked US President Joe Biden for his pivotal role in helping Egypt mediate a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas.
Biden praised the ceasefire
US President Biden also praised the cease-fire, saying “Palestinians and Israeli citizens are equally entitled to live in a safe environment”. “I spoke to the President of Egypt and the Prime Minister of Israel over the phone,” Biden told reporters. I applaud Netanyahu for taking the decision to stop the conflict.’