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Israel Debuted Air Strikes Against Gaza In a Pre-Dawn Raid

Israel fire airstrikes on Gaza on Monday in reprisal for a missile fire from the Palestinian territory over the weekend.

The northern West Bank city of Nablus has been the scene of nearly nonstop violence for the past year, as per the Palestinian Red Crescent, and one person was murdered in an Israel army operation there before daybreak.

The army held off on making a statement after the raid on Nablus.

Nevertheless, it claimed to have hit “an underground complex containing raw materials used to manufacture rockets” in Gaza.

The army stated in a statement that the attacks were “in retaliation to the rocket launch from Gaza into Israel on Saturday.”

The military reported that following the Israeli airstrikes, air raid sirens were heard in several villages along the Gaza border.

Following the most recent round of missile fire, no deaths were reportedly record in Israel or Gaza.

However, the bloodshed in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has dramatically increased.

Alongside the most recent killing in Nablus, the violence has claimed the lives of 47 Palestinian adults and children since the beginning of the year, including terrorists and civilians.

In accordance with an AFP count base on official sources from both sides, nine Israeli civilians, including three children, and one Ukrainian civilian has kill during the same time frame.

In reaction to tragic Palestinian attacks in annexation-affected east Jerusalem.

Israel’s security cabinet late Saturday declared that it will legalize nine Jewish settlements in the West Bank.

Many of the newly authorised communities, some of which had been around for decades.

As per to a security cabinet statement, had previously gone unrecognized by the Israeli government despite their existence.

Since the 1967 Six Day War, Israel has held the West Bank under occupation.

Approximately 475,000 Jewish settlers now reside in Palestinian territory, in settlements that are prohibit by international law.

Most of that population lives in settlements that Israel has unilaterally approve, although some also reside in places where the government has not given its approval.

A fresh round of settler housing construction in the West Bank is also plan to be announce.

According to the security cabinet, a move that expect to face strong international criticism.

During a visit to the area last month, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken issued a warning against settlement growth.

The conservative administration of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also declared an increased security presence in east Jerusalem, which Israel annexed and where two recent deadly attacks against civilians took place.

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