What makes this all the worse is the abandonment by the international community of the Palestinian issue, which only further weakens the peace camp.
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanani said the attacks on southern Lebanon violate the country's sovereignty and "territorial integrity."
Washington, Beijing and Moscow have all called for de-escalation and urged restraint amid a series of escalations between Israelis and Palestinians.
China made a call for calm between Israel and Palestinians while placing an emphasis on Israel practicing restraint.
Israel launched a series of air strikes in Gaza and Lebanon on Friday morning.
IDF spokesperson Richard Hecht called one of the largest waves of rocket attacks from Lebanon into Israel "a very serious event."
An IDF official told Newsweek that a "rise in weapons" and growing ties between militant groups and "lone wolves" are transforming Israeli-Palestinian violence.
Perhaps the Israel-Palestine conflict has no end in sight, but that's why I hold on to the hope—as opposed to the belief—that it will end with peace and flourishing.
"We're going to surprise Hamas," IDF Colonel Beni Aharon told Newsweek as the Palestinian group vowed "day and night to develop its combat capabilities."
Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders previously misquoted figures about "innocent" deaths in Gaza.
Even more so than rockets, disinformation campaigns have become Hamas' greatest weapons.
After the popular ice cream company pledged to stop selling its product in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, several states said they would divest.
"The policy Israel has pursued up until now hasn't substantially changed the situation," Israel Foreign Minister Yair Lapid said.
"I always tell people that cutting people off from water is violence. And they do it from Gaza to Detroit," said the congresswoman in a video.
I hope Prime Minister Bennett meant what he said. If so, it could be a game-changer for the people of Gaza.
The teenage boys of Gaza, some of whom are still in junior high, are learning how to shoot guns and launch anti-tank missiles.
Israel's ambassador to the United States claimed Hamas used the al-Jalaa building to disrupt the Iron Dome, though AP has not seen evidence of these claims.
While Israel has maintained that Hamas militants were operating inside the building, AP says they "have yet to receive evidence to support these claims."
"Israel's horrific crime of killing the bud-like children, yet to be bloomed, is a severe challenge to the future of humankind and a crime against humanity," said the North Korea Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
UNRWA pointed to media reports that "Palestinian factions" were targeting Matthias Schmale and his deputy, but did not say it had received a formal threat.
Opponents of Netanyahu asked parliament on Thursday for a speedy vote to officially remove him from office.
"As highlighted by employees, the press and members of Congress, and as reflected in our declining app store rating, our users and community at large feel that we are falling short on our promise to protect open expression around the situation in Palestine," the letter said.
Qatar, a small wealthy monarchy long subject to an embargo by a quartet of influential Arab states, played a key role in ending an 11-day conflict between Israel and Hamas, with whom Doha has maintained ties despite reservations from its neighbors.
From 2011 to 2020, 5,107 of the 5,700 people who were injured by explosive weapon use in Gaza were civilians—nearly 90%.
More than 500 employees demand that the e-commerce company terminates business contracts with organizations that they allege violate human rights, including the Israeli Defense Forces.
Abbas has criticized Israelis' presence at the Al-Aqsa mosque, and his office stresses a cease-fire has to include an end to the "invasions."
Seventeen journalists in Gaza reported to the Associated Press that they had suddenly lost access to their WhatsApp accounts following the cease-fire announcement on Friday.
What most Gazans want is a decent and normal life where they can afford to fall in love, start a family, find a job, grow roots into the land and be free from systematic indignations and discrimination. The closer we move towards this, the less relevant and less popular Hamas' platform will become.