Israel Strike Gaza: There was a clash between Israeli forces and Palestinians on Wednesday (April 5) at the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem. After this, the terrorist group Hamas carried out several attacks on Israel. The Israeli army responded to the attack by targeting targets affiliated with the Palestinian militant group Hamas in southern Lebanon and carried out airstrikes on Friday (April 7).
Israeli police stormed the mosque compound during prayers on Wednesday and even attacked worshipers and Palestinians, raising the risk of conflict in the area. These attacks were specially carried out in the month of Ramzan. At the same time, the tension did not subside after the police raid in Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Attacks in 2006 as well
Israeli airstrikes on Gaza and Lebanon came in response to rocket attacks from Lebanon, which Israeli officials blamed on the Islamist group Hamas. At the same time, there were attacks in the Gaza Strip on Thursday (April 6). Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu promised aggressive revenge against his country’s enemies in a video statement. A few hours after this statement, Israel heard tremendous explosions in different parts of Gaza.
The Israel Defense Force (IDF) said that 34 rockets were launched from Lebanon into Israel, the biggest attack since the 2006 war between the two countries that killed nearly 1,200 Lebanese and 165 Israelis. were
The attack was carried out by the Lebanese army
The Israeli army also said it struck Hamas in southern Lebanon and residents in the Rashidiyah refugee camp reported three loud explosions. Gave. In contrast, Lebanese Prime Minister Najib Mikati issued a statement condemning any military invasion of his territory.
Refuting this claim, Israeli defense experts said that the attack was not carried out by any other organization, but by the Lebanese army. He said that Hezbollah may have been aware of the situation but the attack was initiated by the army.
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