The balance sheet of Israel’s Gaza attacks increases in the third day

Israel is under a recurrent blockade before almost every election. Attacks on the Gaza Strip A new one was added to the series last Friday.

The head of Islamic Jihad in Jenin, in the occupied West Bank, of the Israeli army. Tensions escalated in the region when Bessam Saadi was injured and detained on Monday.

After that, the Israeli administration and security units closed the areas around Gaza to civilian transportation on the grounds that Islamic Jihad could retaliate. The Israeli-controlled Beit Hanoun (Erez) Border Gate in northern Gaza was also closed.

The Israeli army then began sending reinforcements to the south of the country. Israeli Chief of Staff Aviv Kohavi visited the troops around the besieged Gaza Strip on Thursday, instructing to increase preparations in case of “escalation”.

It was noted that Kohavi, who “received information about the intelligence and operational situation in the region and examined the armored and artillery units brought to the border”, “ordered to prepare for possible scenarios against the possibility of escalation of tension in the region and approved possible attack preparations”.

There were reports in the Israeli press that mediators such as Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations (UN) took initiatives to reduce the tension before the conflict started.

Israel begins attack as Islamic Jihad prepares to retaliate

Towards Friday evening, Israel launched the Gaza attack, citing that the Islamic Jihad in Gaza was preparing to attack.

In a written statement made by the Palestinian Ministry of Health, it was shared that the number of deaths increased to 32 and the number of injured to 275 in the ongoing attacks of Israel on the Gaza Strip on the third day.

The Israeli army announced that it killed Jabir al-Taysiri, one of the leading leaders of Islamic Jihad, with an airstrike. After that, the army began to strike points in Gaza from air and land on the grounds that they were “rocket launchers, ammunition depots, groups preparing to attack” belonging to Islamic Jihad.

On the first day of the attacks, 4 Palestinians, including a 5-year-old girl, lost their lives in Gaza and 19 people were injured.

The armed wing of Islamic Jihad, the Jerusalem Seriyyeleri, announced that it fired a series of rockets towards Israel on Friday evening in response to the killing of Teysiri.

Israel summoned 25,000 reservists

As Israel’s attacks on Gaza and the response with rockets from Gaza continue, Israel has called 25,000 reserve soldiers to duty.

On Saturday, Israel struck many places from the ground and from the air on the grounds that there were military points belonging to Islamic Jihad in Gaza.

Some of the rockets fired from Gaza fell on the city of Sderot near the Gaza Strip, the town of Eshkol and the city of Askalan (Ashkelon) on the coastline. A civilian and two soldiers were slightly injured by a rocket that fell into a barn in the town of Eshkol. In the remaining spots, falling rockets wreaked havoc.

Mortars fell on the open field near the Gaza Strip, and smoke rose from some of these areas.

At least 7 people were killed and dozens were injured in an airstrike on a building in the Al-Shaut Refugee Camp in the Rafah region of southern Gaza on Saturday evening. Officials in Gaza announced that “7 people who lost their lives, including a 14-year-old boy and 2 women”, were found from the wreckage.

In the written statement made by the Jerusalem Seriyyes, it was stated that the Islamic Jihad leader Khalid Mansur, Ziyad al-Mudallal and Rifat Sheikh al-Eyd were killed in Israel’s attack on the Refah region.

Officials in Gaza announced that as a result of Israeli attacks, 9 civilian settlement buildings were destroyed and nearly 1500 houses were damaged.

Israel’s claim that they “neutralized the military leadership wing of Islamic Jihad”

The Israeli military claimed Sunday that the entire military leadership of Islamic Jihad had been “neutralized”. Israel announced that since the beginning of the attacks, it has killed four leaders of Islamic Jihad.

Israeli Army Spokesperson Ran Kochav told reporters that the army had hit 140 targets, which it claimed belonged to Islamic Jihad, in its attacks on Gaza.

In a written statement, the Israeli army claimed that approximately 580 rockets and mortars were fired from Gaza, 120 of which fell into the Gaza Strip.

The Israeli army announced that the Iron Dome air defense system stopped about 200 rockets, and the system was 97 percent successful in blocking the rockets fired from Gaza.

The field of conflict has expanded

After the Israeli attacks began on Friday, rockets fired from Gaza were aimed at areas close to the Gaza Strip in Israel. As a result of rockets fired from Gaza, attack alarms sounded in Tel Aviv, some cities on the coast and in the center on Saturday.

Due to the religious holiday of the Jews, Tisha B’Av, calls by fanatical Jewish settler groups to raid Masjid al-Aqsa on Sunday were answered. More than a thousand fanatical Jewish settlers, including far-right MP Itamar Ben-Gvir, raided Al-Aqsa Mosque in groups in the morning, accompanied by Israeli police.

Rockets were fired from Gaza in the direction of Jerusalem as the Israeli police entered the Masjid al-Aqsa and prepared for the raid of Jewish settlers. Attack alarms sounded around Jerusalem.

Israel’s purpose of attack is discussed

The prevailing culture in politics is that in Israel, where names from the military enter politics, Prime Minister Yair Lapid, who came from his media career and took office just five weeks ago, took a “hawkish stance” to prove himself to the right voters before the early elections to be held on November 1, and the Gaza Strip. Evaluations that he pressed the button for the attack took place in the Israeli press.

An article by Anshel Pfeffer in the Haaretz newspaper commented that “Hamas should not be involved in the conflict, the incident should not spread to East Jerusalem and the West Bank, and there should be no loss of life in Gaza and Israel” for Lapid to come out with gains from the said Gaza attack. . For this reason, it was evaluated that the duration of the operation should be kept short.

It was pointed out that Israel has so far focused on Islamic Jihad targets in the conflict and has excluded Hamas. It was reported that Israel gave work permits to approximately 12 thousand workers from Gaza and that these workers are important for the Gaza economy, where conditions are harsh, and that Israel uses this as a “carrot” tactic.

Advice from intelligence “Operation has completed its objectives”

According to the news of the Hebrew news site Walla, it was stated that Ronen Bar, the head of the Israeli Internal Intelligence Agency Shin-Bet (Shabak), which played an active role in the Gaza attack and the selection of targets, recommended the end of the operation at the security assessment meeting he attended on Saturday.

It was reported that Bar shared the view that “Israel has achieved the gains it has aimed for, and that it is time to end the operation in order to prevent possible mistakes and the spread of conflict.”

Hamas is not yet involved in the conflict

After Israel launched its Friday attack on Gaza, it was wondered what kind of stance the active Hamas would take in the region. Although Hamas has sent warning messages to Israel, it has not yet responded with its armed wing.

Similarly, Israel emphasized that it limited the Gaza attacks to Islamic Jihad targets.

In a written statement, Hamas called on the international community to take immediate action to stop Israel’s attacks on the Gaza Strip.

Hamas Spokesperson Fevzi Berhum said in a written statement, “We call on the international community to take immediate action to stop the attacks of the Zionist enemy and to end all violations against the Palestinian people and their sacred values.” it was said.

Ceasefire efforts continue

As the conflict in Gaza enters its third day, ceasefire efforts have gained momentum.

Speaking to Haaretz, a senior Israeli diplomat stated that talks are continuing for a ceasefire in Gaza through Egypt. It was reported that an Egyptian diplomat warned that “time is running out, and as the time gets longer, the humanitarian conditions in Gaza deteriorate and therefore Hamas may be involved in the conflict.” It was shared that if a ceasefire is not reached, Hamas “could be involved in the conflict within 48 hours”.

An official of Islamic Jihad also said that the ceasefire efforts at the initiative of Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations are “immature”.

In a statement, Ismail Haniyeh, Head of Hamas’ Political Bureau, said, “We are closely monitoring the intense ceasefire efforts of different parties to stop the attacks against our people in Gaza.” used the phrases.

There were reports in the Israeli media that Egypt and the UN were working on a ceasefire for a few hours for the supply of fuel and other humanitarian supplies to Gaza.

Despite the news about ceasefire attempts, Israel’s attacks on some points in the Gaza Strip on the grounds that they belong to Islamic Jihad continued. Rockets were fired from the Gaza Strip in the direction of Ashkelon.

Gaza is one of the most densely populated areas of the world.

More than 2 million people live in an area of ​​365 square kilometers in the Gaza Strip, which has been under Israel’s air, land and sea blockade for 15 years. The Gaza Strip is among the most populated regions in the world. The United Nations and international rights organizations are constantly warning of the severe humanitarian conditions in the region.

In the 15 years that Israel has been blockading Gaza, it has carried out nearly 10 comprehensive attacks with its army. Thousands of Palestinians, including hundreds of women and children, died in Israeli attacks.

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