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DIsraeli government leadership has clearly distanced itself from a right-wing extremist minister’s statements about activities in the Gaza Strip. “That’s one of the options,” Cultural Heritage Minister Amichai Elizahu said during a radio interview Sunday when asked if a nuclear bomb should be dropped on the Gaza Strip.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu later said Elijahu’s comments had “no basis in fact”. Israel and the military acted “in accordance with the highest standards of international law to avoid harm to civilians”. It will continue “until our victory” against the Islamist Hamas regime in the Gaza Strip.

Defense Minister Jove Gallant condemned Elijah’s “baseless and irresponsible statements”. “It’s a good thing these guys aren’t responsible for Israel’s security,” he wrote in an X-Post. Elijahu, who belongs to the far-right Otzma Jehudit party, is not part of the Israeli Defense Cabinet or Netanyahu’s War Cabinet, and is not considered influential.

Elijahu also spoke out against the entry of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip during an interview with Kol Barama radio station. “We will not give any humanitarian aid to the Nazis,” he said. There are no innocent civilians in the coastal area; People support Hamas. He spoke in favor of the recapture of the territories evacuated in 2005 and the return of Israeli settlements. Asked about the fate of the Palestinian people, he said: “You can go to Ireland or the desert and the monsters from Gaza have to find a solution.”

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10:41 am – Militia in Iraq: “son of a Jew” not welcome in Blinken country

Abu Ali al-Askari, a spokesman for Iraq’s powerful Hezbollah militia, has threatened US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken over a visit to Iraq. Blinken was “the son of a Jew and a Zionist minister of war,” Al-Askari said on Sunday through militant online channels. Blinken is not welcome in Iraq. “When he comes, we will meet him with an unprecedented increase.”

According to a report by Iraqi news site Schafak News, Blinken was scheduled to travel to Iraq on Sunday. During his stop, he was scheduled to hold talks with Iraqi Prime Minister Mohammad al-Sudani and his Iraqi counterpart, Fuad Hussein, the website said, citing government sources. At first there was no official confirmation from the US or Iraqi side.

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10:07 a.m. – Supplies from another 30 trucks arrive in Gaza

Another 30 trucks loaded with aid have arrived in the Gaza Strip. International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) and UN The Palestinian Red Cross said on Saturday evening that the supplies had been handed over to teams from the Palestinian relief agency UNRWA. The Egyptian Red Cross also donated supplies. As before, food, water and medicine arrived in the Gaza Strip. In total, supplies have arrived from 451 trucks since the start of the Gaza war. According to the United Nations, 100 truckloads of essential goods are needed every day to supply the two million people in the Gaza Strip.

08:26 am – Israel’s military: Hits 2,500 targets since ground war began

The Israeli military says it hit more than 2,500 targets during a ground operation against Islamist Hamas in the Gaza Strip. It was carried out in collaboration with Air Force and Navy. The army said on Sunday morning that troops continued to “eliminate terrorists” in close combat.

Last weekend, the Israeli army began a new phase in the war against the Palestinian Authority that rules Gaza and expanded its operations on the ground.

The Gaza Strip is about 40 kilometers long and covers an area slightly larger than Munich. More than 2.2 million people live in the densely populated area.

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7:48 am – Israeli protesters attempt to enter Netanyahu’s home

In Israel, hundreds of people protested in front of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s home, demanding his resignation. It happened on Saturday evening in Jerusalem According to The Times of Israel newspaper According to reports, the protesters clashed with the police when they tried to cross the barricades. Three people were arrested, he said.

People accused Netanyahu of allowing Islamist Hamas to carry out the worst massacre in Israel’s history on October 7. They also called for a prisoner exchange.

According to the report, there were renewed protests against Netanyahu elsewhere in Israel. The head of government has so far refused to publicly admit his own mistakes. In Tel Aviv, thousands gathered in the city center to show support for the families of more than 240 hostages taken by Hamas.

Protest in Jerusalem

Protest in Jerusalem

They are: AFP/FADEL SENNA

Recently, representatives of the hostages’ relatives called for a prisoner exchange after a meeting with Netanyahu. Netanyahu rejects a ceasefire in the Gaza war unless Islamist Hamas releases hostages in the Gaza Strip.

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7:36am – Hamas: Attack on refugee camp in Gaza kills 33.

Israeli warplanes reportedly attacked Makasi refugee camp in the heart of the Gaza Strip. At least 33 people were killed early Sunday, a spokesman for the health ministry, which is controlled by the militant Islamist group Hamas, said. At least 42 people were injured. First responders searched the wreckage for bodies and survivors with the help of local residents.

The camp is located in an evacuation zone declared by the Israeli army. Palestinian civilians were urged to move to the area as Israel’s offensive focused on the northern parts of the Gaza Strip.

5:20 am – Terrorists attack Israeli soldiers in southern Gaza Strip

Fighting continues in the Gaza Strip between the Israeli army and the Islamist group Hamas. Palestinian terrorists fired anti-tank missiles at Israeli soldiers in the southern Gaza Strip early Sunday, the Jerusalem Post newspaper reported. The Israeli army fired back. A good week after the start of the Israeli ground operation, the Israeli army escorted journalists into the contested Palestinian territory.

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Since the start of the war, the army has repeatedly called on civilians in the north of the Gaza Strip to leave the southern part of the coastal strip sealed off by Israel for their own safety. At least 700,000 have already done so, according to the military. The army again offered civilians in the Gaza Strip an opportunity to flee south of the coastal enclave on Sunday.

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Israeli army forces will allow traffic on the southbound road from 10am to 2pm local time, an Israeli army spokesman wrote on Platform X on Saturday evening. The Army also released a map showing the designated road.

4:44 am – Israeli Defense Minister: “Destroy” Hamas Head

Israeli ground forces are also targeting the head of the Islamist group Hamas, which is advancing in the Gaza Strip. The Times of Israel newspaper reported that Israeli Defense Minister Jove Galant said late Saturday that Israeli troops were “eliminating one Hamas battalion after another” and would “eliminate Hamas leader Jihia al-Sinwar.”

“Let’s find and eliminate Yahya Chinwar. “If the Gazans get there before us, it will shorten the war,” Gelant was quoted as saying. It said Israeli troops moved into urban areas from both the south and the north, attacking terror targets in Gaza City.

2:17 am – Hamas announces death in Israeli attack

Hamas says more than 30 people have been killed in an Israeli attack on a refugee camp in the Gaza Strip. Another 100 people were wounded, the Hamas-run health ministry said Saturday evening. Information cannot be independently verified. at Al-Maqasi-Camp It is a camp established in 1949 which is now a permanent building. An Israeli military spokesman said that they were checking whether Israeli troops were stationed in the area.

1:22 am – Pro-Palestine demonstrations in Europe and America

Thousands participated in pro-Palestinian demonstrations around the world. In London, police estimated around 30,000 participants in a demonstration in Trafalgar Square in the heart of the British metropolis. Demonstrators called for an “immediate ceasefire” and “an end to the carnage” in the Gaza Strip, with many participants waving Palestinian flags. Eleven people were arrested, police said.

In the French capital, Paris, 19,000 people took to the streets, according to police figures, and the CGT union said 60,000. In addition to several Palestinian flags, signs reading “Free Palestine” were seen. Some demonstrators called for a boycott of Israel and held signs reading “Israel is a terrorist state.”

Participants in a demonstration in Washington on Saturday for Palestine and against US support for Israel

Participants in a demonstration in Washington on Saturday for Palestine and against US support for Israel

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In Washington on Saturday, thousands of people in the Gaza Strip called for a ceasefire. In the largest demonstration in the US capital since Hamas’s major attack on Israel on October 7, some participants criticized US President Joe Biden, chanting: “Biden, Biden, you can’t hide, you approve of genocide.”

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators repeatedly accuse Israel of genocide. The opposite is true: Hamas attacked Israel to kill as many Jews as possible. Israel has the right to self-defense; International law is clear on this point. However, Israel must adhere to the rules and limitations set by international humanitarian law.

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