The Violent Conflict Between Israel and Palestine has Intensified

56 deaths in Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israeli Defense Minister keeps on attacking Gaza. More than 330 injured. Israeli Defense Minister Gantz vowed today that before considering a ceasefire, he will continue to attack Palestinian militant groups in the Gaza corridor in order to bring “comprehensive and long-term peace.”

According to reports, the constant rocket shooting and the unrest in towns where Jews and Arabs live together have raised concerns that the immediate riots may deteriorate into a “full-scale war.”

The Israeli military stated that the Palestinian militant group Hamas and Islamic Jihad have launched more than 1,000 rockets since the 10th, hundreds of which are aimed at Tel Aviv, and air raid alarms have been sounded throughout the night. ..
The Israeli army pointed out that 850 of these rockets were fired into Israel or were intercepted by Israel’s “Iron Dome” air defense system, while the rest fell into Gaza.

The Israeli military has also launched hundreds of air strikes on the Gaza corridor controlled by Hamas, targeting what they call Palestinian military targets. The Gaza Corridor, which was blocked by Israel, has 2 million people.

Israeli Defense Minister Benny Gantz today inspected the southern city of Ashkelon, which was hit by a Palestinian rocket. He said: “The military will continue to attack in order to achieve a comprehensive and long-term calm. We can only talk about a ceasefire after we achieve that goal.”

In a number of towns where Jews and Arabs live together, protesters waving Palestinian flags burned cars and houses, clashed with Israeli police, and attacked Jewish drivers in several towns all over Israel, raising fears that the unrest would continue to expand.

According to the police, in Lod, Israel, where two ethnic groups live together, “some Arab residents have launched a large-scale riot.” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared a state of emergency.

In the face of the current situation in Israel and Palestine, the foreign powers are expressing growing concern, and the UN Security Council is preparing to convene another emergency meeting on this bloody crisis. The United Nations Middle East peace process coordinator Tor Wennesland also warned that the situation “is about to evolve into a full-scale war.”

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson called on both Israel and Palestine to “return from the cliff” and “show self-control.” The chief prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) Fatou Bensouda expressed concern about the deterioration of the situation and said that someone may have committed a “crime.”

The worst conflict between Israel and Palestine in seven years began with the unrest that broke out at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem last weekend.

The conflict has so far led to at least 48 deaths in the Gaza corridor, including 14 children; in the West Bank (West Bank), 3 Palestinians have also been killed, and 5 Israelis have died.

At least 230 Palestinians have been injured so far, many of whom were rescued from the rubble of smoldering buildings. On the Israeli side, more than 100 people were injured. Residents across the country have received orders to find cover