Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib Break With House Dems On Gaza Attacks

Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib Break With House Dems On Gaza Attacks

Ilhan Omar, Rashida Tlaib Break With House Dems On Gaza Attacks

Since the end of the 2014 Gaza war (known in Israel as Operation Protective Edge), Israelis have come to rely on the Iron Dome defense system to provide near ideal cover from rockets and missiles. At least for now, it appears that President Trump has the administration in place that will provide an overwhelmingly clear message to Hamas because no one else will.

Several media members, such as John Cardillo of America Talks Live, have criticized Tlaib out on Twitter for blaming Israel for hundreds of rockets being shot at them, claiming she was justifying the violence against Israel, the Examiner said.

Israel also hosts the eagerly awaited annual Eurovision song contest in Tel Aviv later this month.

He was referring to the killing of Hamas field commander Hamed al-Khodari in a targeted strike, a practice the army has largely forgone in recent years.

In addition to those killed and injured, the rockets repeatedly set off air raid alarms in southern Israel and sent residents running to shelters while also damaging houses. We hit over 350 targets.

Palestinian terrorist groups in the Gaza Strip fire rockets toward Israel on May 5, 2019.

Armed factions in Gaza said that they had agreed to a cease-fire with Israel that took hold in the early hours of Monday morning, after militants fired more than 600 rockets toward Israel, which responded with airstrikes.

"The state of Qatar has allocated $300 million in the form of grants and loans to support the health and education sectors' budgets with the Palestinian Authority", the official Qatar News Agency said.

The distinction is that Israel's deadly response to the alleged Hamas hacking attempt occurred practically in real time.

While there was no official word on the terms of the agreement, Gaza's Sama News website cited unidentified diplomatic officials as saying it was reached after Israel threatened to unleash "massive" firepower and resumed its assassinations of leading Hamas figures on Sunday after a years-long lull.

Conricus said a Kornet missile had hit a vehicle and killed an Israeli civilian. Israel has not commented on that death. According to the IDF, it destroyed 280 targets in Gaza during the fighting.

The Israeli government refused to confirm the reported truce, apparently so as to avoid publicly acknowledging its negotiations with terrorist groups.

The escalation followed a gradual uptick in violence that threatened a previous ceasefire, including Friday clashes along the Gaza border that were the most violent in weeks. However, Israel does not, in fact, occupy Gaza.

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