The attack reportedly targeted Hamas armed compounds in response to incendiary balloons that were deployed from the area.
Hamas urged Palestinians to "rise up in the face of the occupier and resist it by all means to stop its crimes and arrogance."
"We deplore this unfair combination that is contrary to justice and international law," the Hamas website stated.
If the U.S. truly believes that Israel has been acting justly within the realms of international law, as has been frequently repeated by President Joe Biden, then Secretary Blinken and the administration should have no qualms over supporting a transparent, independent international investigation.
The congresswoman said she was discussing "specific incidents" and not making a "moral comparison between Hamas and the Taliban and the U.S. and Israel."
The statement from the House members came after Omar seemed to compare the U.S. to Hamas and the Taliban.
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."
The people of the region are craving change, not least among them the Palestinian people, who are desperate for fresh leaders, leaders who can move beyond a rigid regime with an agenda that abuses the very people it rules.
The May 10 parade, which was meant to celebrate Israel's capture of East Jerusalem in the 1967 Mideast war, had begun when Hamas fired rockets from Gaza toward the holy city.
The true test of normalization is whether the Abraham Accords will outlast efforts by Palestinian leaders to sabotage them. So far they have.
"All of this came from one Hamas rocket, one terrorist, who murdered a woman in Ashkelon," Cruz said at the end of the video he posted on Tuesday.
New York City's mayor has promised that police will be out "in force in Jewish communities to protect people" amid an uptick in antisemitic attacks.
"We are seeking a long-term truce, that would enable further discussions and possibly direct talks," an Egyptian official said.
U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken promised to "rally international support" to rebuild Gaza during a meeting with leaders in the region on Tuesday.
Now that a ceasefire has been achieved between Hamas and Israel, it is important to draw some lessons from the conflict and decide how the next one can be prevented.
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.
In recent weeks, the neighborhood, along with Al-Aqsa Mosque, has come to represent a litany of alleged evils committed by the state of Israel.
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.
Zookeeper Guy Kfir described the behaviour as "very normal" and said that when "they sense danger, they gather their young in the center."
Police are investigating the incident in Florida and were unable to locate the suspect at the scene.
In justifying the new sale of the Small Diameter Bomb (SDB), the administration stated that the "size and accuracy of the SDB I allows for an effective munition with less collateral damage."
"Please stand united against anyone who promotes hatred of any kind," Sanders tweeted.
It is important to remember that the recent violence in the Middle East is between an oppressor—the occupier— and the victims of oppression - the occupied.
The conflict between protestors and Israeli police occurred after Friday prayers at Al-Aqsa, which is a flashpoint holy site sacred to both Muslims and Jews.
President Joe Biden said that he believes "the Palestinians and Israelis equally deserve to live safely and securely and to enjoy equal measures of freedom, prosperity and democracy" on Thursday, just before a cease-fire between Israel and Hamas was set to take effect.
With Israel continuing to pummel Hamas, and growing support for Palestinians within his own party, Biden seemed to have no good options. Yet he comes out of the crisis with more freedom to do what he actually wants: Seek a deal with Iran.
Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Gilad Erdan criticized the United Nations' hypocrisy and questioned whether they would have asked the Allied forces to show restraint against Hitler.