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“Seeds for next war” – UN report on Gaza ceasefire US Blocks Security Council

“Hamas does not care about human lives. “They must have deliberately brought hostages into the mines.”

Israel is considering filling Islamist Hamas’s extensive tunnel system under the Gaza Strip with seawater. General (retd) Roland Cather fears that the terrorist organization knowing this has deliberately brought hostages into the tunnels.

The United Arab Emirates brought the UN resolution for a cease-fire in the Gaza Strip. The US failed due to the Security Council. Great Britain did not vote. More on Live Ticker.

DThe United States used its veto in the UN Security Council to prevent agreement on a demand for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire in the Gaza Strip. The other 13 members voted in New York on Friday for a draft resolution introduced by the United Arab Emirates. Great Britain abstained from voting. In a rare move, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres formally warned the 15-member council of a global threat posed by the two-month-old war.

The US protects its ally Israel with its veto. Both say they reject a ceasefire because it would only benefit radical Islamist Hamas. Instead, the United States advocated cessation of hostilities. Robert Wood, the US deputy ambassador to the United Nations, said the draft resolution was a rushed, unbalanced text “that has no connection to reality and fails to deliver concrete progress on the ground”. A cease-fire would “sow the seeds for the next war,” Wood said.

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The US called for significant changes to the draft, including condemnation of the October 7 Hamas attacks that killed 1,200 people and took 240 hostages, according to Israel.

British UN Ambassador Barbara Woodward said her country did not vote because it did not condemn Hamas. Israel must deal with the threat posed by Hamas.

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Following this, Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen made serious accusations against Antonio Guterres. In an X-Post he accused the Palestinians of supporting Hamas. By calling before the UN Security Council for an immediate ceasefire in the Gaza Strip, he aligned himself with the terror group. The call was “an insult to his office and an indictment of the UN”.

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3:11 am – Three Hezbollah fighters killed by Israeli drone in Syria

Three Lebanese Hezbollah fighters and one Syrian were killed in an Israeli drone strike in southern Syria, according to a monitoring group. The men were traveling in a rental car in the Syrian province of Quneitra, not far from the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights, when they were struck by a drone, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights told AFP news agency on Friday.

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Hezbollah later claimed three of its fighters had been killed. Iran-backed Shiite militias did not provide further information. Israel has already carried out hundreds of airstrikes on Syrian territory, mostly targeting pro-Iranian militias and Hezbollah fighters or Syrian military positions. Israel does not normally comment on attacks.

11:28 pm – Five arrested at pro-Palestinian protest in Stuttgart

Five people were arrested at a demonstration in the city of Stuttgart under the slogan “against the war on Gaza”. The police announced in the evening that numerous violations had been found and a total of 14 criminal proceedings had been initiated. According to police, the majority of the roughly 80 people who took part in the pro-Palestinian rally belonged to the left-wing spectrum. At least three protest participants were forcibly removed from the demonstration and arrested under various charges.

11:17 pm – The US Embassy in Baghdad confirmed the rocket attack

Two rockets were fired at the US embassy in the Iraqi capital Baghdad on Friday, according to a spokesman. An embassy spokesman said there were no injuries. The embassy is currently investigating the incident. Reports have surfaced that pro-Iranian militants were behind the attack.

No organization has yet claimed responsibility for the attack. “We reiterate that the Iraqi government must do everything in its power to protect diplomatic and coalition partner personnel and facilities,” the spokesman said. He reiterated that one has the right to self-defence.

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9:26 pm – Two Israeli soldiers are injured after trying to rescue the hostages

According to Israeli reports, two Israeli soldiers were “seriously wounded” during a hostage rescue attempt in the Gaza Strip. The Israeli military said “several terrorists” involved in the kidnapping and protection of the hostages were killed during the operation. However, no hostages were released during the operation.

The militant Islamist group Hamas said earlier that its fighters had “thwarted an Israeli attempt to free Israeli prisoners”. The hostage was “declared dead,” it said in a statement.

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