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Israel decrees a state of emergency in Lod amid escalating uncontrolled attacks

The situation in Israel is reaching worrying pre-war overtones after a second night of attacks against the population from the Gaza Strip, from places controlled by the terrorist group Hamas and Islamist jihadists. After a major offensive with up to 130 missiles fired, this time on Tel Aviv, the situation got out of control during the night of Tuesday and early Wednesday morning in the town of Lod, south of Tel Aviv and where the airport is located. Ben Gurion International The situation is such that the Government has been forced to declare a state of emergency in this area to try to counter the numerous attacks and fights that are taking place in the streets. Many of the residents in this area have had to be evacuated amid striking scenes of fires and burning cars and numerous clashes between Arabs and Jews. In this town, with 40,000 registered inhabitants, there is a high mix of the population of both origins, and the tension has skyrocketed in the last few hours.In the video images it is observed how an individual, armed with a knife, tries to attack or intimidating agents trying to control the situation. Border police went to the scene to try to bring order. Ben Gurion airport closed during the afternoon, before the tension in this area exploded, but for another reason: to allow the operation of Israel’s anti-air defenses, known as Iron Dome, to face the launch of missiles. , this time up to 130, orchestrated by Hamas terrorists. The flights returned to work around 11 p.m. local time – another hour in Israel – when it was assessed that the missile launch had stopped for today.So far, three deaths have been confirmed by these attacks, the last of them tonight, as well as several more injured. These attacks have already been condemned by the United States and Germany, but the United States is still holding back a public statement from the United Nations as it works on its strategy to seek peace, according to the Israeli daily Haaretz.

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