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Hamas Rocket Attack on Tel Aviv: What You Need to Know

 

The al-Qassam Brigades declared that it had carried out rocket attacks on Zionist targets as a response to the oppression of civilians, Arab media reported. According to media reports, this was Hamas’ first rocket attack on Tel Aviv in six months. The Palestinian Ministry of Health (MoH) reports that attackers have killed at least 35,894 Palestinians and injured 80,643 so far. Additionally, a small American military vessel sank off the southern coast of Ashdod, but no details regarding casualties were provided.

Recent Episodes—Statement from Al Qassam Brigades

During an interview with Abu Ubaida, spokesman for the Al Qassam Brigades, he stated that they killed or injured several Israeli soldiers during their ambush attack within the Gaza Strip. They also moved many prisoners to safe areas and blew up an Israeli forces vehicle near Jabaliya camp through one tunnel. Hamas also broadcasted, dragging away Israeli soldier images.

Israeli Army Response Hamas Rocket Attack

The abduction of any soldier did not occur, according to the IDF statement. At the same time, there were heavy clashes between police and thousands of protesters demanding the release of captive Israelis in Tel Aviv who chanted slogans against Prime Minister Netanyahu himself, burning effigies, etcetera — 81 people have died over the last 24 hours due to Zionist aggression along with other figures mentioned earlier such as martyrs or injured persons.

Casualties Caused By These Attacks So Far

According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health (MoH), they report that at least 35894 Palestinians have been killed and 80643 injured during these attacks so far. Additionally, a small American military vessel sank off the southern coast of Ashdod, but no details were given on the casualties involved. Furthermore, seven individuals lost their lives when Israelis attacked south Lebanon, among other places like that.

The Palestinian Ministry of Health (MoH) reports that attackers have killed at least 35,894 Palestinians and injured 80,643 so far. Additionally, a small American military vessel sank off the southern coast of Ashdod, but no details regarding casualties were provided.

International Statements & Reactions Hamas Rocket Attack

Today, the Norwegian Foreign Minister handed diplomatic papers recognizing Palestine’s statehood to the Palestinian Prime Minister. In an interview with a British newspaper, International Court Prosecutor Karim Khan justified his decision to request arrest warrants against the Israeli PM and Defense Minister. He stated that Israel has the full right to defend itself but not permission for war crimes or crimes against humanity.

Meanwhile, in Gaza, authorities cut off water, targeted food queues, and killed aid workers. Remarked that if this complies with international humanitarian law, then the Geneva Conventions are useless.

International Leaders’ Criticism

Spanish Defense Minister Margarita said there’s a real genocide taking place now where the Spanish foreign minister announced the best guarantee for Israel’s security is recognizing Palestine as a state, which means justice.

The most recent events in Gaza City and across the border into Israel have illustrated again the ongoing conflict between these two territories. The attacks themselves, along with their casualties, among other things like those mentioned, show just how deep-rooted such tensions are here and why it is so important that we find some resolution quickly before things escalate even more than they already have done. This also reflects wider concerns regarding humanitarian crises globally while still underlining the need for all parties concerned to abide by established legal frameworks designed specifically to protect the rights of individuals affected by armed violence.

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