The 164th day of Israel’s war on Gaza: A list of key events

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Humanitarian crises and fighting in the Middle East

Israel’s war on Gaza: In a statement issued by the Israeli military, a spokesperson quoted Hamas fighters as claiming that they had regrouped within Gaza’s al-Shifa Hospital after being attacked. As the Gaza Ministry of Health noted, the raid on the hospital resulted in the deaths and injuries of many patients and staff. This is the fourth raid by Israel since October.

As a result of Israel’s onslaught, Gaza’s Health Ministry estimates that there may be as many as 30,000 people trapped inside the hospital – including displaced civilians, wounded patients, and medical staff.

Moreover, the German Federal Chancellor Olaf Scholz has warned against any ground assault on Rafah in Gaza by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu since he has pledged to continue the ground assault.

During the past four months, the first convoy of aid trucks to travel from the south to the north of the Gaza Strip without incident has arrived safely in Jabalia to deliver desperately needed humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.

It is estimated that Israel has killed more than 31,600 people since October as a result of its air and ground campaign. According to aid agencies, this has also resulted in the eviction of most of the population from their homes as well as bringing the nation to the brink of famine.

There are tensions in the region due to diplomacy

During a drone attack on an Israeli airbase in the Golan Heights, the Islamic Resistance in Iraq, a coalition of pro-Iran armed groups, has said that it was responsible for launching the attack.

There has been an announcement from the Jordanian army that it has detected suspicious aerial movements occurring along the border with Syria from an unknown source, according to the news agency Reuters.

While Olaf Scholz, the German Chancellor, warned Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday against his plans to launch a ground offensive in Rafah, while Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, echoed his sentiments during her visit to Cairo.

West Bank violence in the occupied territory

Israeli forces have detained at least 25 Palestinians in the occupied West Bank on Sunday, including Palestinian women, children and former prisoners who have been prisoners in the past.

As reported by the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society and the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees, the woman from Gaza suffered from cancer and was arrested as she was headed to Jerusalem to complete her treatment, according to a joint statement issued by both organizations.

Timenews1 provided that news.

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