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Israel claims to have attacked the headquarters of Hamas's internal security service

Israel’s aviation bombed the main headquarters of the internal security service of the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas in the Gaza Strip on Monday. “Air Force fighters have launched an attack on the main operational headquarters of Hamas’ internal security forces in the Rimal district, in northern Gaza,” the Israeli Army explained in a statement. The headquarters in question was the headquarters in question. a central part of “Hamas’s terrorist infrastructure” and served as the intelligence base for the Islamist movement. The Israeli Army has stressed that it alerted residents to the attack and gave them enough time to evacuate the building. In addition, the Palestinian Information Center has reported that the Gaza City mayor’s compound has also been the target of attacks by the The Israeli Army, while also attacking a local government headquarters. This media, affiliated with Hamas, has announced that Israeli military ships are attacking the Hamas naval force off the coast of the Gaza Strip. During the early hours of Tuesday, clashes have returned in Jerusalem and neighboring cities, according to the Palestinian news agency Maan reported. Amid brawls between Palestinian youth and Israeli security forces, a Molotov cocktail has been thrown at a building in the Armon Hanatziv neighborhood, reports ‘The Times of Israel’. Several Jewish-owned cars have also caught fire, and sirens sounded again this Tuesday morning in cities near the Strip, as well as in the city of Netivot, after a break of more than six hours in the launches. rocket from Gaza.Referring to Netivot, Hamas has claimed the bombing of the city in response to “Zionist aggression.” Meanwhile, the Palestinian news agency WAFA, has reported that the Israeli army has carried out more than 50 raids in Gaza in civilian buildings and apartments, as well as in the cities of Jabalia and Beit Lahia, in the north of the Strip. In addition, Israeli forces have destroyed a civilian institution and some roads near Ansar and near the Al Katibah mosque in western Gaza, as well as another house in the Al Nasr neighborhood, attacks that have left no casualties. projectiles from Lebanon On the other hand, the Israeli Army has reported the launch of up to six projectiles from Lebanese territory that did not even reach the border. “In response, the Israeli Army artillery returned fire on the origin of the launches,” he explained. the Army, quoted by the newspaper ‘The Times of Israel’. Previously, the Israeli Army had reported that “two suspects approached and jumped the border fence between Lebanon and Israeli territory in the Menara area.” In view of this alleged incursion, the Israeli forces have “initiated an arrest procedure” in the one who fired shots into the air, which did not cause the suspects to move away, so that Israeli soldiers “have shot at the legs of the suspects”, getting them to move away.The United Nations Interim Force for Lebanon (UNIFIL) has also confirmed these “rocket fire from the general area of Rashaya Al Foukhar north of Kfar Chouba in southern Lebanon”, after which the Head of the mission, Stefano del Col, has been “immediately in contact with the counterparts of the Lebanese Army and that of Israel.” Del Col has urged “to exercise the utmost restraint to avoid any escalation of the situation”, according to informed the UNIFIL through social networks, while they have reported that from Israel “they have stopped the fire” and “the situation in the area is now calm.” Finally, the UN mission has stressed that it is coordinating with the Lebanese Army to improve “security control in the area” and has intensified “patrols to prevent new incidents that endanger the security of the local population” in the south of the country. A drone on the border with JordanThe Israeli Army has to assured this Tuesday that it had shot down a drone near the border with Jordan, without knowing for now where it took off from, amid rising tensions over the offensive against the Gaza Strip and protests and clashes in cities of the West Bank and Israel The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) have indicated through their account on social networks that the device “was identified and shot down”, before adding that “the fragments were recovered by the security forces.” The drone has been shot down near the city of Beit Shean, located in northern Israel, specifically between the Jordan Valley and the Megiddo Valley. The Army has not detailed where the drone took off from and it is unknown if it did so from Jordan.In this sense, the Israeli newspaper ‘The Times of Israel’ has recalled that a drone entered Israeli airspace in 2018 in a nearby area before being shot down by Israel. The Iranian-made device was launched from Syria, where Israel bombed Iranian targets in retaliation, taking place hours after Jordan’s parliament unanimously passed a motion urging the government to expel the Israeli ambassador from Amman. and to summon the Jordanian ambassador to Tel Aviv in the face of the escalation of violence between Israelis and Palestinians. On the other hand, the Israeli media have indicated that the authorities will open this Tuesday the reopening of the Kerem Shalom crossing, on the border with Gaza, to allow the delivery of fuel, food and medicine to residents in the enclave.The border was closed on May 9, amid incidents triggered by the repression of protests by Israel on the Esplanade of the Mosques, in East Jerusalem, during the one that the agents came to break into the Al Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest place for Muslims. The Islamic State (Hamas) launched several projectiles into and around Jerusalem, prompting Israel to respond with a bombing campaign against the enclave, to which Palestinian factions have responded by increasing their rocket fire. seen further followed by an increase in clashes between Jews and Muslims in several cities in Israel and the West Bank, including beatings and lynching attempts, which has set off alarms at the possibility of a large-scale civil conflict.Authorities in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip have so far reported the deaths of more than 200 people in the Israeli offensive, including 58 minors, and have stressed that most of the fatalities and The wounded are civilians, while Israel has indicated that it has killed more than 150 “terrorists” in its operations. To this must be added the death of ten people in Israel by the firing of projectiles from, including an Indian citizen, and the of more than 20 Palestinians in the West Bank in the framework of the repression of the latest mobilizations to condemn the offensive against Gaza and the events in Jerusalem. The US does not “obstruct diplomacy” This Monday, asked about a third blockade by Washington on the approval of a joint declaration in the Security Council calling for a ceasefire between Hamas and Israel, the US Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, has defended that the United States “does not obstruct diplomacy.” On the contrary, we are exercising it non-stop “, he assured, to ask if” any action, any declaration, in practice, will advance the prospects of ending violence “, to answer that” if we think there is something, even in United Nations United, that effectively moves it forward, we will be in favor. “Blinken has expressed that from Washington they consider it” very important “to hold” this open debate in which the parties were able to express their points of view, their concerns, and be heard. ” Finally, he reiterated that they will continue to “seek ways to advance our objective, which is to put an end to violence.”

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