Israel Hamas War Live Updates: Israeli death toll climbs to over 1,000; Hamas warns of more rocket attacks

Israel Hamas War Live: Gaza health ministry says toll has risen to 765, with 4,000 people injured

Iraqi politician Hadi al-Amiri has threatened to target US interests if Washington intervenes to support Israel in its war on Gaza.

The Israel Defense Forces has just said rocket sirens are sounding in Tel Aviv and across Israel.

In a post on Telegram, Hamas said the residents of the city, just to the north of the Gaza Strip, have until 17:00 local time (15:00 BST) to leave.

Hamas has threatened specifically to attack the Israeli city of Ashkelon in response to Israel’s attacks on Gaza.

Israel Hamas War News: Israeli embassy in US says death toll from Hamas attack has risen to more than 1000, reports Reuters

Israel Palestine War: Israeli authorities’ cutting off electricity to Gaza and other punitive measures against Gaza’s civilian population would amount to unlawful collective punishment, which is a war crime: Human rights watch

Palestinian armed group’s apparent deliberate targeting of civilians, indiscriminate attacks, and taking of civilians as hostages amount to war crimes under international humanitarian law: Shakir

Deliberate killings of civilians, hostage-taking, and collective punishment are heinous crimes that have no justification: Omar Shakir, Israel and Palestine Director at Human Rights Watch.

Two members from Hamas’ political office, Jawad Abu Shammala and Zakaria Abu Maamar, were killed in an air strike in Khan Younis in southern Gaza Strip, an official from the group told Reuters on Tuesday.

Israel-Gaza conflict shows ‘failure’ of US Middle East policy, says Putin

Israel Palestine War News: Russian President Putin says creation of ‘independent sovereign’ Palestinian state is a ‘necessity’

Israel Hamas War Live: PM Modi conveys that people of India stand in solidarity with Israel in this difficult hour

Israel Gaza Conflict: PM Modi reiterated that India strongly and unequivocally condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.

Israel Hamas War News: PM Netanyahu reassured PM Modi about the safety and security of Indian citizens in Israel

Israel Palestine War: PM Modi offered his condolences and sympathy for those killed and wounded as a result of the terrorist attacks in Israel, during a phone call with PM Netanyahu

US, Israel have not seen any firm evidence of Iran involvement in Hamas attack: Kirby on CNN

White House: First tranche of security assistance is on its way to Israel. Expect more US security assistance soon

UN leader ‘distressed’ by Israel’s plans for a Gaza siege

Secretary-General Antonio Guterres says he’s “deeply distressed” by Israel’s announcement of a complete siege on the Gaza Strip.”The humanitarian situation in Gaza was extremely dire before these hostilities. Now, it will only deteriorate exponentially,” Guterres said at a news conference Monday.He spoke after the Israeli defense minister said he had ordered a cutoff of electricity and deliveries of food, fuel and other supplies to the territory.Guterres called for U.N. access to deliver humanitarian aid to Gaza’s 2.3 million residents. He pressed the international community to provide immediate support for the humanitarian effort.

Israel Hamas War Live: North Korea blames Israel for causing bloodshed in Gaza

North Korean state media on Tuesday blamed Israel for causing bloodshed in Gaza, weighing in the military clashes between Israel and the Islamist group Hamas for the first time.Rodong Sinmun, a ruling Workers’ Party mouthpiece, published a brief article on the conflict and casualties, citing foreign media.”The international community claims that this clash was the result of Israel’s constant criminal acts against the Palestinian people, and that the fundamental way out is to build an independent Palestinian state,” the newspaper said.

Israel Palestine War: Total siege of Gaza ‘prohibited’ under international law: UN

Israel’s total siege of the Gaza Strip is banned under international law, the United Nations human rights chief said Tuesday.”The imposition of sieges that endanger the lives of civilians by depriving them of goods essential for their survival is prohibited under international humanitarian law,” Volker Turk said in a statement.

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Over 180,000 Palestinians are seeking shelter in UN facilities in the Gaza Strip as Israeli warplanes continue to bombard the territory. The airstrikes, in response to an attack by Hamas militants, have caused widespread destruction and casualties. Many Palestinians, including families with children, are trapped in the conflict zone with no safe place to go. The situation is exacerbated by the 16-year blockade imposed by Israel and Egypt, which has left Gaza residents with limited resources and options for escape.

Israel Hamas War News: Indonesia president calls for resolution of Israel’s occupation of Palestine

Indonesia’s President Joko Widodo called on Tuesday for the resolution of the ongoing unrest between Palestine and Israel based on parameters set by the United Stations, urging also the end of “war and violence.”

Israel Palestine War News: Iran is proud of Palestine and supports Palestinians: Ali Khamenei Supreme Leader of Iran

Israel Palestine War: Air India is offering a one-time waiver on charges for rescheduling or cancellation of confirmed tickets on flights to and from Tel Aviv

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Israel Palestine War News: China says it is verifying information on reported Chinese casualties in Israel

China is trying to verify and confirm information on reported Chinese nationals killed in conflict in Israel, the foreign ministry said on Tuesday.Wang Wenbin, a ministry spokesperson, made the remarks in response to a report that two Chinese workers were killed in Sderot near the Gaza border.

In a briefing Tuesday, Israel’s military spokesperson said Gaza’s parliament and civilian ministries were legitimate targets in its offensive against Hamas.Spokesperson Richard Hecht also said that because Israel’s air force is stretched thin, there might not be the same “level of fidelity” in warning targets before strikes. Asked if Israel considered Hamas’ civil government, such as parliament and ministries, legitimate targets, Hecht said “if there’s a gunman firing rockets from there, it turns into a military target.”

Israel Palestine War News: Russia’s deputy foreign minister says Russia and US are not in contact regarding Israeli-Palestinian escalation: Interfax.

Israel War News: Spain opposes suspending aid to Palestinian territories

The Spanish Acting Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares said on Tuesday that his government opposes the proposed suspension of European Union aid to the Palestinian territories.”This cooperation must continue, we cannot confuse Hamas, which is in the list of EU’s terrorist groups, with the Palestinian population, or the Palestinian authority or the United Nation’s organisations on the ground,” Albares said in an interview with Spanish radio Cadena SER.He added that Palestinian territories will likely need more aid in the near future after Hamas’ Saturday attack on Israel and Israel’s subsequent bombardment of the Gaza Strip. EU foreign ministers will meet to discuss the issue on Tuesday afternoon.

Israel Palestine War News: Spain’s acting foreign minister: Spain considers Palestinian Authority will need more aid in the near future.

Israel Gaza Conflict: Spain’s acting foreign minister says Spain’s position is clear: aid to Palestinian territories must continue.

The violence unleashed by the Hamas-Israel conflict has claimed at least 1,600 lives so far as the war has entered its fourth day. Israel saw gun battles in the streets of its own towns for the first time in decades and neighborhoods in Gaza were reduced to rubble. Hamas also escalated the conflict, pledging to kill captured Israelis if strikes targeted civilians without warning.

North Korean state media on Tuesday blamed Israel for causing bloodshed in Gaza, weighing in the military clashes between Israel and the Islamist group Hamas for the first time.Rodong Sinmun, a ruling Workers’ Party mouthpiece, published a brief article on the conflict and casualties, citing foreign media.”The international community claims that this clash was the result of Israel’s constant criminal acts against the Palestinian people, and that the fundamental way out is to build an independent Palestinian state,” the newspaper said.

The Israeli military said it had largely gained control in the south and “restored full control” over the border. Spokesperson Richard Hecht said 1,500 bodies of Hamas militants have been found in Israeli territory and no Hamas fighters have crossed into Israel since Monday night, although infiltrations could still be possible.

Isreal Hamas War News: Israel army says ‘more or less restored control’ over Gaza border

Israeli warplanes pounded downtown Gaza City, home to Hamas’ centers of government, with relentless bombardments into early Tuesday, after Israel’s prime minister vowed retaliation against the Islamic militant group that would “reverberate for generations.”The 4-day-old war has already claimed at least 1,600 lives, as Israel saw gun battles in the streets of its own towns for the first time in decades and neighborhoods in Gaza were reduced to rubble. Hamas also escalated the conflict, pledging to kill captured Israelis if strikes targeted civilians without warning.Israel said that Hamas and other militant groups in Gaza are holding more than 150 soldiers and civilians snatched from inside Israel after the attack caught its vaunted military and intelligence apparatus completely off guard.

Israel Palestine War Live: Israel strikes downtown Gaza City and mobilizes 300,000 reservists as war enters fourth day

A growing number of international airlines suspended flights to Israel, which declared a state of war following the surprise attack by Hamas over the weekend, with US authorities advising carriers monitor the situation before resuming operations.US carriers including Delta Air Lines Inc., United Airlines Holdings Inc and American Airlines Group Inc. canceled their service to Tel Aviv, as did European airlines such as Deutsche Lufthansa AG and Air France-KLM, alongside budget specialist Wizz Air Holdings Plc from Hungary.The Federal Aviation Administration issued a Notams, or notice to air missions, telling operators to review the current security situation.“Operators are advised to exercise caution,” the FAA said. “Delays are expected, operators should calculate fuel accordingly.”

Israel Gaza War News: Israeli military spokesperson advises Palestinians fleeing Gaza strikes to head to Egypt

Israel Palestine War News: Austria says three of its dual citizens could be among Hamas abductees

Three Austrian-Israeli dual citizens could be among those abducted by Hamas in Saturday’s attack launched from Gaza, Austria’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement on Tuesday.”Three Austrian-Israeli dual citizens who recently stayed in southern Israel independently of each other could also be among the many international abductees. There is currently no official confirmation,” the ministry said.

Hamas attack: Sister of Israeli TV personality killed in ‘execution-style’

In a tragic and heart wrenching incident at the Tribe of Nova trance music festival near the Gaza Strip border, a 27-year-old Israeli woman, Mapal Adam, was killed “execution style” by Hamas gunmen. Mapal, hiding under a truck, hoped to survive by playing dead. But she was eventually discovered by the assailants. Her sister, Maayan Adam, a television host, shared the heartbreaking news on Instagram, describing Mapal’s final moments and expressing the family’s immense grief.“On Saturday afternoon, in this idyllic setting, Mapal, our baby, hid underneath a truck and pretended as if she were dead,” Ma’ayan wrote on Instagram.

Israel hamas war news: In New York, angry demos and mourning after Hamas attack on Israel

Tensions in the Middle East bubbled up in New York City Monday, where hundreds of pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered to denounce the Israeli government and demand that the United States stop its support, while supporters of Israel convened for their own counter-protests and prayers.With signs reading “Israel go to hell!” and “NYC stands with Gaza,” people of all ages stood in front of the Israeli consulate general waving Palestinian flags.A heavy police presence and security barriers kept them apart from an equally angry pro-Israel group furious at the massive Hamas incursion into Israel from the Gaza Strip Saturday that left hundreds of people dead.

The Delhi Police has beefed up security around the Israeli embassy and Chabad House in the wake of the Israel-Hamas conflict, an official said on Tuesday. The local police stationed around the embassy in New Delhi and Chabad House, located in Chandni Chowk in central Delhi, has been directed to maintain a tight vigil, he said. The officer added that authorities have directed to increase the vigil around both the installations.

Israel Palestine War: Blinken discussed US support with Israeli Foreign Minister

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken discussed U.S. support for Israel in a call with Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen, the State Department said in a statement early Tuesday.
Blinken “reaffirmed our efforts to secure the immediate release of all hostages,” the statement said.

Blinken also spoke with French Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna, reiterating their condemnation of Hamas’ attacks on Israel, the department said in a separate statement.

Israel Palestine War: In New York, angry demos and mourning after Hamas attack on Israel

Tensions in the Middle East bubbled up in New York City Monday, where hundreds of pro-Palestinian demonstrators gathered to denounce the Israeli government and demand that the United States stop its support, while supporters of Israel convened for their own counter-protests and prayers. With signs reading “Israel go to hell!” and “NYC stands with Gaza,” people of all ages stood in front of the Israeli consulate general waving Palestinian flags. A heavy police presence and security barriers kept them apart from an equally angry pro-Israel group furious at the massive Hamas incursion into Israel from the Gaza Strip Saturday that left hundreds of people dead.It was the second day in a row that the city had been the scene of tense counter-protests between pro-Palestinian residents and others defending Israel.

Eighteen Thais have been killed in the conflict between Israel and Hamas militants, the kingdom’s government said Tuesday, raising the previous toll of 12.Jakkapong Sangmanee, Thailand’s deputy minister of foreign affairs, gave the updated toll and said the government was working to evacuate thousands of Thais away from the conflict, which erupted on Saturday.A foreign ministry spokeswoman said separately that nine Thai citizens had been wounded and 11 taken hostage.Around 30,000 Thais work in Israel, mostly in agriculture.

Israel Hamas War News: Israel strikes and seals off Gaza after incursion by Hamas, which vows to execute hostages

Israel increased airstrikes on the Gaza Strip and sealed it off from food, fuel and other supplies Monday in retaliation for a bloody incursion by Hamas militants, as the war’s death toll rose to nearly 1,600 on both sides. Hamas also escalated the conflict, pledging to kill captured Israelis if attacks targeted civilians without warnings.In the war’s third day, Israel was still finding bodies from Hamas’ stunning weekend attack into southern Israeli towns. Rescue workers found 100 bodies in the tiny farming community of Be’eri — around 10% of its population — after a long hostage standoff with gunmen. In Gaza, tens of thousands fled their homes as relentless airstrikes leveled buildings.

A pro-Palestinian statement issued by Harvard University students, blaming Israel for the ongoing violence in the region, has drawn condemnation from prominent Harvard alumni, who urged the university to take action against the signatories.A coalition of 34 Harvard student organizations released a statement assigning full responsibility to the Israeli government for the ongoing violence, citing decades of occupation and labeling it an “apartheid regime.” The signatories included Muslim and Palestinian support groups, as well as groups representing various backgrounds, such as Harvard Jews for Liberation and the African American Resistance Organization. The exact number of students supporting the letter could not be verified.

The United States, Germany, France and Italy have issued a joint statement condemning the “appalling acts of terrorism” by Hamas and extended their “steadfast and united support” to Israel.”Our countries will support Israel in its efforts to defend itself and its people against such atrocities. We further emphasize that this is not a moment for any party hostile to Israel to exploit these attacks to seek advantage,” said the statement by US President Joe Biden, UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz, French President Emmanuel Macron and Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.”All of us recognize the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinian people and support equal measures of justice and freedom for Israelis and Palestinians alike. But make no mistake: Hamas does not represent those aspirations, and it offers nothing for the Palestinian people other than more terror and bloodshed,” the leaders said.

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