Israel Hamas Ceasefire: Israel approves ceasefire, ceasefire in Gaza Strip 11 days later

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Israel Hamas Ceasefire: Israel approves ceasefire, ceasefire in Gaza Strip 11 days later- The 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas will finally come to an end on Friday. Israel has approved a ceasefire to halt military operations in the Gaza Strip. It will be effective from 2 am on Friday.

The 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas finally calmed down by going to the ceasefire on Thursday. According to Israeli media reports, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s security cabinet has approved a unilateral ceasefire to halt the 11-day military operation in the Gaza Strip. A Hamas official has also confirmed this. He told that this ceasefire will be effective from 2 am on Friday.

Significantly, there was pressure from all four sides on Israel to stop the invasion. The country’s most close ally, the US, was also urged to stop the attacks on Hamas. However, Israel then rejected the US appeal and talked of taking the fight to a decisive turn. However, on Thursday, ministers in Prime Minister Netanyahu’s High Level Security Cabinet voted unanimously in support of the ceasefire in Gaza.

‘Hamas is scared’

According to media reports, defense officials briefed in front of the ministers that Israel had achieved all possible achievements in the coastal area against the alleged Palestinian terrorist group. He said that Hamas was very scared and was very hurt.

Hamas confirmed

The ceasefire with Israel has also been confirmed by Hamas. An official of the extremist organization quoted Reuters as saying that there has been a mutual and contemporary ceasefire with Israel. With this, the 11-day conflict ended in Gaza. He told that this ceasefire agreement will start at 2 am on Friday.

The battle started 10 days ago

The fighting between Israel and Hamas began 10 days ago when militant groups fired long-range rockets at Jerusalem. Earlier, the situation was tense due to clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli police at the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Israel then launched hundreds of airstrikes targeting Hamas. Hamas and other militant groups have fired more than 4,000 rockets at Israeli cities.

227 Palestinians killed.

Gaza’s health ministry said that at least 227 Palestinians have been killed and 1,620 injured, including 64 children and 38 women. Hamas and Islamic Jihad have said that at least 20 of their fighters have been killed, while Israel says at least 130 fighters of militant organizations have been killed. About 58,000 Palestinians have left their homes due to the war.

Hamas attacks killed 12 people, including a five-year-old boy, a 16-year-old girl and a soldier, in Israel. According to the World Health Organization, at least 18 hospitals and clinics have been destroyed in Israeli attacks.

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