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Ceasefire Resolution in Gaza could not be Implemented yet

Approval of an immediate ceasefire on Gaza not yet been implemented.

The resolution approved by the United Nations Security Council for an immediate ceasefire could not be implemented yet, Israeli planes killed 12 more Palestinians in al-Mawasi area of Gaza.

According to the report of Al Jazeera, the Qatari broadcasting agency, according to the Ministry of Health of Gaza, Israeli planes dropped bombs on Palestinian tents in Khan Yunis, while Israeli soldiers have completely surrounded Nasir Hospital, where patients are being subjected to continuous shooting.

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The United Nations Special Representative for Palestine, Francesca Albanese, has revealed that Israel has used 25,000 tons of explosives to destroy Gaza. There were warriors.

The Israeli military has claimed that Hamas’ deputy military commander, Marwan Issa, was killed in an Israeli airstrike earlier this month.

While a Hamas official says that Israel has no proof of his death.

At least 32,414 Palestinians have been martyred and 74,787 injured in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7. The death toll in Israel from the October 7 attack by Hamas is 1,139.

It should be remembered that the resolution of the cease-fire in Gaza was approved by the United Nations Security Council on March 25 after the non-participation of Israel’s ally, the United States.

The resolution calls for an immediate ceasefire during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Israel reacted strongly to the US abstaining from voting because by doing so the US allowed the other 14 members of the Security Council to approve the resolution.

It should be noted that this is the first resolution since the start of the war in Gaza that calls for an immediate end to the war.

According to a Reuters report, Israel’s Defense Minister Yves Galant said that neither Israel nor Hamas will rule Gaza after the war ends, and that an “alternative” must be found.


Pro-Palestinian protesters protested outside the Al-Kaluti mosque near the Israeli embassy in the Jordanian capital, Amman, holding banners and flags and setting fires.

During the protest, the police tortured the demonstrators and arrested dozens of people who tried to march towards the Israeli embassy in the Jordanian capital Amman on Tuesday evening.

Yesterday, on the third day of protests by Palestinian supporters, the demonstrators also demanded that Jordan terminate the peace agreement with Israel.

The police used violent means, including tear gas and batons, to push back the crowd that tried to storm the embassy.

Also read this: UN Security Council Demanded for an Immediate Ceasefire in Gaza

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