Israel-Hamas war live updates: Joe Biden rejects call for Gaza ceasefire, says ‘every ceasefire is a moment when Hamas explodes…’
Israel-Hamas war live updates: US President Joe Biden dismissed growing calls for a ceasefire for Gaza, saying it will not bring peace but a time to rebuild its arsenal of weapons and fighters , he wrote in an op-ed for The Washington Post. «As long as Hamas clings to its ideology of destruction, a ceasefire is not peace. For Hamas members, each ceasefire is a time they take advantage of to rebuild their rocket arsenal, reposition fighters and restart the slaughter by attacking innocents again. “said the Post. Read more here
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Israeli army kills two Palestinians in West Bank raid
Israel-Hamas war live updates: The Israeli army killed two Palestinians in raids in the West Bank early Sunday, the Palestinian news agency WAFA said.
Israeli forces shot dead Issam Al-Fayed, a 46-year-old disabled man, at the entrance to the Jenin refugee camp, the agency said.
Another man, Omar Laham, 20, died from a gunshot wound to the head in clashes with Israeli forces in the Dheisheh refugee camp, south of Bethlehem, it added.
Israel-Hamas war live updates: 32 critically ill babies among remaining patients at Gaza’s main hospital, UN team says
Israel-Hamas war live updates: A United Nations team said Sunday that 291 patients remained in Gaza’s largest hospital after Israeli troops evacuated others. Among those left behind were 32 babies in extremely critical condition, trauma patients with severely infected wounds and others with spinal injuries who were unable to move.
The team was able to tour Shifa Hospital for an hour after about 2,500 displaced people, mobile patients and medical staff left the complex on Saturday morning, said the World Health Organization, which led the mission.
“The patients and healthcare staff they spoke to were terrified for their safety and health, and called for evacuation,” the agency said, describing Shifa as a death zone. He added that more teams will try to reach Shifa in the coming days to try to evacuate. patients in southern Gaza, where hospitals are also overwhelmed.
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Gaza’s Al-Shifa hospital a ‘death zone’, WHO says urging evacuation
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Gaza’s largest hospital has become a “death zone,” the World Health Organization said on Sunday, announcing plans to evacuate the facility, as Israel’s military He said he was expanding operations to destroy Hamas.
The assessment came after a visit by WHO and other UN officials to the hospital, which Israeli troops raided earlier this week.
Separately, a Hamas health official said more than 80 people were killed on Saturday in two attacks on a northern Gaza refugee camp, including a U.N. school housing displaced people.
Social media videos verified by AFP showed bodies covered in blood and dust on the floor of a building with mattresses under school tables, in Jabalia, the largest refugee camp in the Palestinian territory.
Philippe Lazzarini, head of the UN agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, described “horrific images” of the incident, while Egypt called the bombing a “war crime” and “a deliberate insult to the United Nations.”
Israel-Hamas War Live Updates: No Agreement on Temporary Ceasefire Between Israel and Hamas, White House Says
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Israel and Hamas have not yet reached an agreement on a temporary ceasefire, a White House spokesman said Saturday night.
The United States continues to work to reach an agreement between the two sides, the spokesperson said. A second US official confirmed that no agreement had been reached.
Live updates on Israel-Hamas war: Death toll from October 7 music festival massacre rises to 350
Israel-Hamas war live updates: The death toll from the October 7 Hamas attack on the Nova Music Festival rose from 260 to 350, with officials stressing that the number could rise further as it emerges new information. The increase was based on data from Israel’s National Insurance Institute, which found that the number of victims who were shot and then burned in their cars while trying to flee is higher than previously thought. Another 40 attendees of the all-night party were taken to Gaza as hostages.
Some 1,200 people were killed during the October 7 Hamas attack on Jewish communities near the Gaza Strip and around 240 people are confirmed to be held hostage in Gaza. Authorities have identified 870 of the victims, while others remain missing.
Archaeologists have been brought in to help find the remains of massacred Israelis as search teams continue searching for bodies in open areas.
Israel-Hamas War Live Updates: Should You Make Travel Plans to Jordan, Egypt This Winter? The expert says that ‘the level of risk depends on…’
Live updates on the war between Israel and Hamas: The war between Israel and Hamas, which has been going on for more than a month and continues to escalate, is prompting travelers heading to Egypt, Jordan or Lebanon this winter to rethink their plans. . After violence broke out in the region the first week of October, the US State Department immediately issued an alert urging citizens of specific Middle Eastern countries to exercise caution. A few days later a global travel advisory arrived that further expanded the guidelines. Read more here
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Hamas says more than 80 dead in Israeli strikes on Gaza camp
Israel-Hamas war live updates: A Hamas health official said more than 80 people were killed on Saturday in twin attacks on a northern Gaza refugee camp, including a UN school used as shelter for people displaced by the war between Israel and Hamas.
Social media videos verified by AFP showed bodies covered in blood and dust on the floor of a building, where mattresses had been placed under school tables in Jabalia, the largest refugee camp in the Palestinian territory.
Israel has vowed to destroy Hamas in response to the Oct. 7 attacks that Israeli officials say killed about 1,200 people, most of them civilians in southern Israel, and left about 240 people hostage.
Live updates on Israel-Hamas war: Three in four Palestinians support Hamas massacre: survey
Live updates on the war between Israel and Hamas: Just over three in four Palestinians have a positive view of Hamas following its October 7 terrorist attacks in Israel, according to a survey by research firm Arab World for Research and Development (AWRAD). The Ramallah-based institute surveyed 668 Palestinian adults in the southern Gaza Strip, Judea and Samaria, between October 31 and November 7.
The Palestinian poll, the first of its kind since the October 7 attacks, found that 48.2 percent of respondents characterized Hamas’s role as “very positive,” while 27.8 percent see Hamas as “something positive.” Almost 80 percent view the role of the “military” wing of Hamas’ Al-Qassam Brigade as positive.
Live updates on Israel-Hamas war: WHO says Gaza’s Al-Shifa hospital is a ‘death zone’ and urges full evacuation
Israel-Hamas war live updates: The World Health Organization said on Sunday it had led an assessment mission to Al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City and determined it to be a “death zone,” urging a total evacuation.
“WHO and its partners are urgently developing plans for the immediate evacuation of remaining patients, staff and their families,” the United Nations health agency said in a statement, adding that 291 patients and 25 health workers remained inside the hospital.
Day 45 of Israel-Hamas war: Israel and Hamas close to hostage deal; Gaza hospital evacuated amid ongoing Israeli attack. 10 points
Israel-Hamas War Live Updates: The war that was unleashed by Hamas after the October 7 attack in southern Israel has reached its 45th day. Israel has now vowed to destroy Hamas after the attack by October 7 militant group killed about 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapped about 240 men, women and children. Fifty-two Israeli soldiers have died. Speaking of Palestinians, more than 11,500 people have died, according to Palestinian health authorities. Apart from this, another 2,700 people have been reported missing and are believed to be buried under the rubble. In the latest development, Israel, the United States and Hamas are close to reaching an agreement to free dozens of women and children held hostage in Gaza. Read more here
Live updates on Israel-Hamas war: Director confirms most patients and staff have evacuated Gaza’s Shifa hospital
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Most patients and staff at Gaza’s Shifa Hospital have already been evacuated, the Israel Defense Forces confirmed in a recorded conversation with the medical center’s director on Saturday. The military released a copy of the recording to the press on Saturday night.
The hospital director told an Arabic-speaking officer from the IDF Coordination and Liaison Administration that patients who were fit for evacuation had already been transferred, while most of the staff had also left. The only patients left are too sick to be evacuated.
The officer told the hospital director: “When there is an opportunity and possibility from a medical point of view, we will coordinate.”
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Israel, US and Hamas close to deal to release Gaza hostages and pause fighting
Israel-Hamas war live updates: Israel, the United States and Hamas are close to reaching a deal to release dozens of women and children held hostage in Gaza, in exchange for a five-day pause in fighting, The Washington Post reported Saturday, citing people. familiar with the provisions.