At least 18 Palestinians injured by renewed Israeli strikes on Gaza

At least 18 Palestinians injured by renewed Israeli strikes on Gaza

"The risks of a new sweeping armed confrontation on the border between Israel and the Gaza Strip are growing significantly".

Israeli sirens continued to blare, warning of incoming rockets, while airstrikes hit more targets in Gaza, even after Palestinian factions declared that the round of violence was "over".

Israel denied there was a truce, but a senior Israeli official told Israel Radio that "quiet would be met with quiet".

The Said Meshal Cultural Centre confirmed on its Facebook page the offices in Gaza City had been destroyed, saying the building also hosted offices for the Egyptian community in Gaza.

"While Hamas focuses on violence toward their Israeli neighbors, they have neglected and utterly failed to build the infrastructure and systems to make life better in Gaza".

Overnight on Wednesday, three Palestinians - including a woman and her 18-month-old baby - were killed by an Israeli air strike inside Gaza.

Four Palestinians, including an unborn child, were killed in Israeli strikes in Gaza, according to Palestinian Health Ministry officials.

At least three Palestinians were killed in Israeli airstrikes, while seven people were injured by rockets fired into the Jewish state.

An Israeli man outside a house in Sderot damaged by shrapnel from a rocket fired from Gaza.

In a tweet, the Israeli military said Hamas, the Palestinian militant group that controls Gaza, had "used the building for military purposes".

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Just as they joined forces to eradicate these brushfires, Greenblatt said, Israelis and Palestinians must work together to "address another deadly threat: Hamas".

Before the Beersheba incident, Israeli officials said Netanyahu was due to hold the security cabinet session later in the day after consultations with security officials.

The second paragraph continues with the obfuscation, reducing the long night of Palestinian attacks that sent Israeli civilians to bomb shelters throughout the night, and Israel's eventual response, as an "exchange".

And in the same way, the IDF attacks continue throughout the Gaza Strip, according to Palestinian media. Across the border, rocket warning sirens sounded nearly non-stop from sunset on Wednesday in Israeli towns and villages where residents sheltered in bunkers.

Israel's army said it targeted more than 150 Hamas military locations, including militant compounds and weapons manufacturing sites.

He added that "if the current escalation however is not contained immediately, the situation can rapidly deteriorate with devastating consequences for all people". Palestinians have thrown explosive devices and opened fire at forces along the border in numerous instances over the past few months, the military said.

In a statement, Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called for the global community to step in, blaming Israel for "the escalation on our people in the Gaza Strip".

"Everyday life in besieged Gaza is shaped by Israeli policy", IMEU added, posting a video compilation that captures the living conditions of millions of the almost two million people living in the occupied Gaza Strip.

The marches have been accompanied by clashes as some protesters hurl stones at Israeli soldiers and attempt to breach the border fence, at times laying explosive devices on the fence and using incendiary kites to set ablaze Israeli fields. One Israeli soldier was killed by a Palestinian sniper.

The two were killed when an Israeli airstrike hit their home in the Jaafari area of central Gaza.

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