After the ceasefire reached last month between Tel Aviv and the Palestinian factions in Gaza was broken for the first time yesterday after eleven days of fighting between the two sides, stressed die new Israeli government die Need, die Stop escalation.
The Al-Arabiya / Al-Hadath correspondent reported today that Israel has asked Cairo to die To calm the situation in Gaza before it quickly deteriorates.
That request came after Israel first launched air strikes on the densely populated sector yesterday in response to the launch of incendiary balloons.
Another fight ?!
Meanwhile there was die Israeli army announced that their planes were military terrain in Attacked Gaza after shooting fire balloons into fields in southern Israel.
He also stressed in a statement that he was “prepared for all scenarios, including renewed fighting”.
March of the flags
This “deliberate” escalation, the crisis of which is no better suited to any party, followed a march previously organized by ultra-nationalist Jews.
Meanwhile threatened die Hamas in response to what became known as the Flags March.
This march was the first test for die new Israeli government led by Naftali Bennett.
Hours before the attacks on Gaza, thousands of Israelis poured into Bab al-Amud in Jerusalem’s Old City, waved flags before making their way to the Western Wall, arousing anger and condemnation among the Palestinians.
Meanwhile stepped up die Israeli Army their elements and deployed the Iron Dome missile defense system in Expectation of possible rocket attacks from the Gaza Strip.
The participants of this march began to disperse after die Women had come and there was no sign of rocket fire or a military crisis.
The demonstration was scheduled for May 10th as part of Israel’s Quds Day celebrations to mark the capture of East Jerusalem in the 1967 war.
It is noteworthy that Israel regards all of East Jerusalem as its capital after occupying it in the 1967 war and later annexing it, which did not find international, Arab or, of course, Palestinian recognition.
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