Israel on Friday said it had sent world troops to work and struck Gaza in response to a massive rocket fire by a Hamas-led compass in a previous battle that claimed the lives of more than 100 Palestinians. However, it later released a clarification.
The Israeli military said in a brief message that the Israeli aircraft and soldiers on the ground attacked the Gaza Strip. They also said that It is clarified early on Friday during this week that its troops had not entered the Gaza Strip as they had previously said, blaming the problem of “internal communication” in confusion.
The IDF air force and ground forces are currently attacking the Gaza Strip.
As the violence intensified that the security forces of Israeli rushed to search for deadly tensions between Jews and Arabs, and projectiles also opened fire on Israel from Lebanon.
United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Washington was “deeply concerned about the violence on the streets of Israel”, he also expressed the support for a United Nations Security Council meeting “early next week” on the issue.
Mr Blinken said that they believe that the people of Israel and the Palestinians deserve the same standards of freedom, security, dignity and prosperity.
There was a major exchange of arms on Thursday night, and AFP reporters saw Israeli troops gathered in a security area.
Balls of flames rose high in the sky after strikes hit full-blown Gaza.
Dozens of rockets have been fired from Gaza toward the southern coastal cities of Israel of Ashdod and Ashkelon, as well as areas near Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport.
Mr. Conricus describing the invasion area as “one state: said that they have prepared ourselves, and we continue to prepare for various situations,” said Mr. Conricus, describing the invasion area as .
In Gaza, the AFP photographers said that the people were removing their homes from the northeastern part of the region before the Israeli offensive, with Hamas, the Islamist group that controls Gaza, warning of “severe repercussions” of possible ground attacks.
As the conflict showed no signs of relaxation, Israel was shocked by an unprecedented wave of violence, in which the Arabs and also the Jews were brutally beaten and police stations attacked.
Defense Minister Benny Gantz has ordered a “major crackdown” to crack down on internal unrest.
Heavy bomb blasts coincide with the start of Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, and have seen faithful worshipers praying in the military and in the rubble of ruined Gaza buildings.
The Israeli military has launched a series of air strikes, targeting Hamas-linked areas, where the air force says the jets hit the “military base” of the group’s “intelligence headquarters”.
Nearly a total of about 1300 people have been killed since Monday, including 27 children, and more than 580 injured, the Gaza health department said.
Heavy bomb blasts have lowered all the tower blocks.
Inside Israel, seven people have been killed since Monday, including a six-year-old, after a rocket struck a family home.