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Destruction fills Jenin camp.. and Palestinian warns of “war of extermination”



Destruction fills Jenin camp.. and Palestinian warns of “war of extermination”

Israeli occupation forces continued their attacks on the Jenin refugee camp in the northern West Bank, where signs of widespread destruction spread, amid Palestinian warnings of a “war of annihilation” as the Palestinian death toll rose in two days. Besides 120 arrests, 10 died and 100 were injured.

The large-scale Israeli military operation at the Jenin camp was one of the most violent military operations in the occupied West Bank in nearly two decades. The Israeli army said yesterday that hundreds of members of the camp and about 120 soldiers continued their operation. Vehicles and armored bulldozers took part in the operation, during which there were attacks by drones, units of special forces and elite forces of the army, security and border guards.

Yesterday morning, debris was strewn across the streets of Jenin. Black smoke occasionally rose from the camp. Residents reported that water and electricity had been cut off from the camp. Jenin Mayor Nidal. Al-Obeidi confirmed that around 4,000 Palestinians have left the camp in search of safe haven.

Inside the camp, home to about 18,000 people, power cables were downed and the streets littered with shell casings. Stairs and pavements of stone-strewn houses were uprooted.

Mahmoud Hawashin, a member of the Fatah movement in Jenin governorate, described conditions in the camp as “disastrous”. He told AFP as he examined the wounded at Ibn Sina Hospital: “This is an unequal war between massive military forces and an army. Defenseless people who have nothing but their will.”

And the Palestinian Authority announced in a statement that it was suspending all contacts and meetings with the Israeli side after an emergency meeting yesterday led by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

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Palestinian Health Minister Mai al-Qaila warned of a “continuing war of attrition in the Jenin refugee camp”, telling reporters in the city of Ramallah that the Israeli army had prevented ambulances and medical staff from moving freely into the camp. He also expressed his apprehension about the high death toll and the injured in light of the severe restrictions on the work of medical staff from reaching the injured to save their lives.

He has issued letters of protest to the World Health Organization and the International Committee of the Red Cross, urging them to pressure Israel to allow medical workers to work and to stop targeting hospitals, clinics and ambulances.

Also, Israeli police said eight people were injured when a Palestinian drove a pickup truck into several pedestrians in Tel Aviv yesterday. One of its members retaliated against the military campaign against Jenin.

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The Gaza war will last more than a few weeks



The Gaza war will last more than a few weeks

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Hebrew newspaper Maariv said on Friday that Israeli army chief Herzey Halevy informed US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken on Thursday that the war in Gaza would take more than a few weeks.

Halevy’s words came in response to Blinken’s question on the matter, the newspaper quoted two Israeli sources familiar with Thursday’s meeting with the Israeli military cabinet in West Jerusalem.

He said: “Blinken raised the issue on his own initiative, and how long the Israeli army’s operation in Gaza is expected to continue in its current scope, which includes very large ground forces.”

According to the newspaper: “Blinken explained that (US President Joe) Biden’s administration is concerned that continued Israeli military action in Gaza, especially with the scale and intensity it is currently taking, will significantly increase international pressure. On Israel and America.”

He continued: “According to the sources, Blinken asked Israel to take additional measures to ensure that the operation in the southern Gaza Strip does not cause serious harm to civilians.”

It reported that Halevy responded that “the IDF’s operation in Gaza, including in the southern region, is expected to continue for more than a few weeks.”

Maariv pointed out that the Biden administration “has yet to call for a cease-fire in the Gaza Strip, or demand that Israel cease military action.”

He added: “But there is deep concern in Washington about the resumption of military action in the Gaza Strip after the (temporary) ceasefire that ended on Friday morning, especially about the (anticipated) Israeli military action in the south of the Gaza Strip, home to two million Palestinians.

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He added: “Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Defense Minister Yoav Gallant and Levy told Blinken that ground operations in southern Gaza would be less harmful to civilians than airstrikes.”

On Friday morning, a temporary cease-fire in the Gaza Strip ended on November 24 with Qatari-Egyptian mediation and lasted for 7 days, during which prisoners were exchanged and humanitarian aid brought into the enclave of about 2.3 million people. Palestinians.

During the pre-ceasefire round, the Israeli military repeated its messages, which asked residents of the northern Gaza Strip to move to the southern Gaza Strip, but targeted the displaced in areas and roads it said were “safe”. It committed documented massacres, which met with international and international condemnation.

Since last October 7, Israel has been waging a devastating war in the Gaza Strip that has caused massive infrastructural destruction and tens of thousands of civilian casualties, most of them children and women, in addition to an unprecedented humanitarian disaster, according to an official Palestinian official. and UN

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Martyrs and Injured in Israeli Attacks on Gaza After the End of the Ceasefire | news



Martyrs and Injured in Israeli Attacks on Gaza After the End of the Ceasefire |  news


4 Palestinians were killed and several others injured in attacks by the Israeli occupation army in different areas of Gaza.Clashes erupted on multiple axes in the area minutes after the end of a week-long humanitarian ceasefire. And its extension has not been announced.

Al Jazeera’s correspondent in Gaza reported martyrs and wounded as a result of an Israeli attack targeting a house in central Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip.

The 4-day ceasefire that started last Friday was extended twice and ended today at 7 am local time.

The Israeli military said it had resumed operations against the Palestinian Islamist movement (Hamas) in Gaza, accusing the movement of violating ceasefire terms and firing into Israel. Gaza

The Israeli military confirmed that its warplanes were bombing all areas of the Gaza Strip, and military radio quoted a senior political source as saying, “We are back to fighting with full force and no negotiations have been held to release the abductees.”

Al Jazeera’s correspondent monitored the Israeli offensive in the northwest of the Gaza Strip and artillery attacks targeting various parts of Gaza City. He confirmed that clashes broke out between the opposition and occupation forces in more than one area in Gaza City and the northern Gaza Strip. He said the Israeli strike targeted a site near Nasser Hospital in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.

The reporter confirmed that casualties were reported as a result of Israeli strikes and artillery fire in various parts of Gaza.

The government media office in Gaza announced a series of raids targeting the south of the Strip, while Gaza’s Interior Ministry confirmed that Israeli aircraft had targeted the town of Abasan east of Khan Yunis and a house in the Abu Iskandar area in the northwest. of Gaza City.

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The seven-day ceasefire allowed for the exchange of prisoners from occupied prisons to Palestinian prisoners in Gaza, and facilitated the entry of humanitarian aid into the Strip.

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Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court visits Israel



Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court visits Israel

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The International Criminal Court announced Thursday that public prosecutor Karim Khan traveled to Israel “at the request and invitation” of survivors and families of victims of the October 7 Hamas attack.

The court explained through the “X” site that the visit was “not investigative in nature” but it “represented an important opportunity to express sympathy and initiate dialogue for all the victims.”

Khan is scheduled to travel to Ramallah in the West Bank, where he will meet with senior Palestinian officials, the court said.

Since October 7, Israel has launched a military campaign in the Gaza Strip, killing more than 15,000 people, including more than 6,000 children.

The International Criminal Court, established in 2002 to prosecute the world’s worst atrocities, began investigating possible war crimes in the Palestinian territories in 2021, including possible crimes committed by Israeli forces, Hamas and other armed Palestinian factions.

Khan announced that his mandate would include crimes committed during the current war. But the tribunal’s teams could not enter Gaza and were not allowed to conduct trials in Israel, which is not a member of the tribunal.

The five signatories to the International Criminal Court’s founding treaty requested an inquiry into the “situation of the State of Palestine,” Khan announced, explaining that he had gathered “a large amount of information.” Both sides could face war crimes charges, legal experts said.

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