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U.S. top diplomat Blinken to visit Israel as Gaza suffers bloodiest 24 hours of this year

U.S. top diplomat Blinken to visit Israel as Gaza suffers bloodiest 24 hours of this year
U.S. top diplomat Blinken to visit Israel as Gaza suffers bloodiest 24 hours of this year U.S. top diplomat Blinken to visit Israel as Gaza suffers bloodiest 24 hours of this year
U.S. top diplomat Blinken to visit Israel as Gaza suffers bloodiest 24 hours of this year
U.S. top diplomat Blinken to visit Israel as Gaza suffers bloodiest 24 hours of this year U.S. top diplomat Blinken to visit Israel as Gaza suffers bloodiest 24 hours of this year

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As the U.S. Secretary of State visited the area on Monday to stop the conflict from getting worse, health authorities in Gaza said that Israeli attacks had resulted in the most significant number of Palestinian deaths per day in the Israel-Hamas battle this year.

Residents added that while fighting on the ground in those parts of the destroyed enclave, Israeli soldiers bombed the eastern portion of the southern city of Khan Younis and the central Gaza Strip.

They said that 18 people had died overnight and four more on Monday due to a strike in Deir Al-Balah. Health officials reported that 247 people had passed away overnight in the Hamas-controlled area.

The Al-Qassam Brigades, the military arm of Hamas, said that in retaliation for what it described as the “Zionist massacres against civilians,” its militants launched a barrage of missiles toward Tel Aviv, Israel.

Furthermore, according to those familiar with the group’s activities, Israel killed a senior Hezbollah leader on Monday in a hit in south Lebanon, another indication that the three-month-old conflict is expanding outside the Palestinian enclave.

In an attempt to choose a course of action, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken, who has supported Israel while voicing rising worry about civilian losses, was conducting meetings on Gaza on Monday in the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia.

This is his fourth trip to the area since Hamas terrorists’ fatal strikes on Israel on October 7th, which set off a major Israeli offensive that doesn’t appear to be waning. Other terrorist organizations with Iranian support have also joined in, assaulting ships in the Red Sea, American forces in Iraq and Syria, and Israeli forces on the border with Lebanon.

Ahead of his arrival, Israel presented a more targeted strategy for the war as global alarm over the high death toll increased.

According to health officials, the Israeli assault has so far killed 23,084 Palestinians. Meanwhile, Israel claims that over 100 of the 240 captives taken during Hamas’s raid on Israeli towns—during which the terrorists killed 1,200 people—are still in the hands of Hamas.

“NOTHING IS LEFT.”

On Monday, Jihad Baraka assisted in moving the covered remains of Sami, 11, and Muhammad, 9, from Gaza’s European Hospital into an ambulance that was waiting.

When their home was struck while the boys were asleep, Baraka added, the boys had severe injuries for which the Shuhada al-Aqsa Hospital was ill-equipped to provide care.

“The al-Aqsa Hospital is in a grave state. He stated, “Everyone has been evacuated; nothing is left to treat the people with, and no doctors are left.” Israel alleges Hamas to operate among people. The organization Hamas, which has vowed to destroy Israel, refutes the charge.

King Abdullah of Jordan declared on Monday that bombardment and “indiscriminate aggression” will never result in security or peace.

During his speech at the Kigali Genocide Memorial in Rwanda, he declared: “This past year, more children have perished in Gaza than in any other conflict worldwide. Many of the survivors lost one or both parents, creating a whole generation of orphans.”

According to the Israeli military, at least ten terrorist militants were slain near Khan Younis, a weapons stockpile was blasted, and a tunnel shaft was discovered in central Gaza. It dropped leaflets on al-Moghani in central Gaza, informing the locals that there were “dangerous combat zones” in numerous areas and advising them to leave. According to Hamas, a sniper killed an Israeli soldier in central Gaza.

The 2.3 million residents of Gaza have almost all evacuated their homes at least once, and many are now on the move once more, frequently taking cover under tarpaulins or improvised tents.

There was nowhere else for Aziza Abbas, 57, to go after what she claimed was bombardment near a school where she had sought refuge after fleeing her home in the north. Aziza Abbas is camping near the southern border with Egypt.

She told Reuters, “They may kill us here; it doesn’t matter to them,” adding that she didn’t want to go from Gaza to Egypt, where border controls have been put in place out of concern for a mass exodus.

Residents reported finding three dead victims of an Israeli airstrike on a vehicle they thought was transporting food, and doctors in nearby Rafah collected their remains.

The spectacle was met with the words, “Blinken…will never change anything,” from Mohammed Al-Qassas, a Palestinian refugee.

The spokesperson for the Health Ministry in Gaza stated that 1.9 million people in shelters risked starvation, thirst, and diseases. At the same time, the U.N. organization for U.N. Syrian refugees, UNRWA, recorded 63 direct strikes on its installations and Ashraf Al-Qidra.

“RAPID WAY OUT”

During a visit to Israel, Germany’s foreign minister, Annalena Baerbock, pleaded with the country to defend Palestinians living in the occupied West Bank, where Israeli police have slain hundreds of people in a crackdown.

Blinken declared he would inform Israeli authorities that more has to be done to stop civilian deaths in Gaza. In addition, he stated that it must permit Palestinian people to return home since some right-wing Israeli coalition members had demanded that they relocate.

Josep Borrell, the head of E.U. foreign policy, accredited Blinken to Saudi Arabia.

Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant told the Wall Street Journal that his nation was committed to deterring other rivals backed by Iran as well as bringing an end to Hamas’s control over the enclave.


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