The soldiers are on their way, fierce battles are coming? VIDEO

Israeli Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has announced that there will be no ceasefire or fuel delivery to the Gaza Strip until Hamas releases all Israeli prisoners.
On the other hand, U.S. President Joseph Biden asked Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for a temporary pause in Israel's military operations in the Gaza Strip.

Cleverley: The solution to Gaza is a Palestinian leadership committed to peace

A move towards a peaceful leadership in Palestine is the most desirable outcome in Israel's conflict with Hamas, British Foreign Secretary James Cleverley said today.
He thereby reiterated British support for a solution based on the existence of two states, Israel and Palestine, reports Reuters. The British minister said at the G7 summit in Japan that "in the short term, it is inevitable that Israel, because it has troops in Gaza, will have to have a security responsibility."
"But our view is that a move towards a peace-oriented Palestinian leadership, as soon as practicable, is the most desirable outcome," Cleverley stressed.

The consequences of last night's attack in southern Lebanon

⚡️Consequences of last nights Israeli bombing of south Lebanon, only open fields and farms were hit

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G7 countries call for "humanitarian pauses"

G7 diplomats are announcing a unified position on the war between Israel and Hamas after intense meetings in Tokyo, condemning Hamas, supporting Israel's right to self-defense and calling for "humanitarian pauses" to speed up aid to desperate Palestinian civilians in the Gaza Strip, The Times of Israel reports.
In a statement, the G7 called on Iran "to refrain from...

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