The deadliest clash! A militant group in Gaza holds with ceasefire!

The deadliest clash! A militant group in Gaza holds with ceasefire!

Updated on August 08, 2022 19:58 PM by Anna P

Preemptive strikes!

On Monday, Israel and the Islamic Jihad militant group in Gaza are on ceasefire. Dozens of Palestinians died about 5 hours after the escalation began. Israel launched preemptive strikes on targets of the Islamic Jihad militant group in Gaza.

Most serious effect!

Information to Palestinian officials, 44 Palestinians, including 15 children and some of the militants, were killed in the form of violence. In May 2011, the Israeli military and Hamas fought in an 11-day war where the most serious escalation occurred for nearly 15 months. The difference compared with today and that time was that Hamas stayed out of the fight this time.

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Release of Islamic jihad!

Blinken, US Secretary of State Antony welcomed the ceasefire to Israeli and Palestinian civilians as they permitted the deliveries of critical fuel and other supplies to Gaza. Cairo is working to see the release of an Islamic Jihad militant captured by Israel six days ago. Palestinian prisoners on hunger strike in an Israeli Jail were transferred to a hospital for medical treatment.

Rockets towards Jerusalem!

After Israeli airstrikes in Gaza killed a senior militant commander, Palestinian militants launched rockets toward Jerusalem. In an airstrike, a leader of Islamic Jihad’s operations, Khaled Mansour, was killed at Egypt's border. Mansour was responsible for most of the terror attacks against Israelis. In that operation, the second one, the Jihad commander, was also killed. Tayseer Al-Jabari, the head of the militant group's operations north of Gaza, was also killed in an airstrike.

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Military weapons of the Israeli military!

The Israeli military had hit dozens of targets in Gaza, including rocket launching sites, weapons manufacturing facilities, and a tunnel built to allow militants to infiltrate Israel and carry out attacks.

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Two-night operations!

Israeli communities close to Gaza as it also fired several longer-range rockets. Since Friday, Islamic Jihad, the smaller of the two main militant groups in Gaza, fired around 1,175 rockets toward Israel. The Israel Defense Forces said 185 rockets landed inside Gaza. The rockets fired at Jerusalem were operating at a 96% success rate.

Death of Children!

The Palestinian Ministry of Health reported that forty-four Palestinians and 15 children were killed by violence. In one incident, four children were among seven people killed in an explosion in Jabaliya in northern Gaza. The blast was caused by an Israel airstrike where Israel rejected the claim. Around midday, Saturday, Gaza’s single power plant was shut down, and the electric supplies were cut.

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Electricity shortages!

One hundred thirty thousand cubic meters of dirty water flows directly into the Mediterranean Sea. Two water treatment plants and nine pumping stations have been forced to shut down as the electricity shortages. In Gazan households, the impact of electricity receiving an average of three t four hours was down by 16 hours.

Jihad's leader meets the Iranian President!

During the campaign in Gaza, Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid drew attention to Al-Nakhalah’s Iran. Islamic Jihad is an Iranian proxy that wants to destroy Israel's state and kill some innocent Israelis. As the Islamic Jihad leader was in Iran, a meeting with Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi had a two-day clash.

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