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11 days after Israel – rocket attacks in Palestine stop, the world breathes a sigh of relief

After 11 days, the major Israeli-Palestinian conflict has come to a halt. The world has breathed a sigh of relief as the ceasefire came to an end.

Mumbai: Intense Israeli-Palestinian conflict has led to the outbreak of war. The situation in the Gaza Strip was such that war could break out at any time. Concerns were raised over the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Lebanon had jumped in support of Palestine in this conflict. So now war was being said to be inevitable. Lebanon also launched rocket attacks on Israel. So it was said that nothing is true now. Meanwhile, after 11 days, the major Israeli-Palestinian conflict has come to a halt. The world has breathed a sigh of relief as the ceasefire came to an end.

A ceasefire was finally agreed between Israel and Palestine. The announcement of a ceasefire after 11 days of bloody games between the two countries is reassuring for the whole world. Because the fear of this war turning into a world war was growing. According to Israeli media reports, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s security cabinet has approved a ceasefire to curb 11 days of military action in the Gaza Strip.

The possibility of this country jumping into this war
A Hamas official has also confirmed the ceasefire. The ceasefire has been in place since 2 a.m. Friday. The war between the two countries had raised the possibility of direct entry by Turkey, Russia and the United States. It was believed that this war could turn into a world war. Lebanon recently launched a rocket attack on Israel.

Joe Biden’s discussion with Israel
Pressure was mounting to stop the attack on Israel. Even his closest allies had called on the United States to stop its attacks on Hamas. US President Joe Biden spoke to Benjamin Netanyahu on the eve of the ceasefire and called for an end to the fighting. Although, in the beginning, Israel had rejected the US call and decided to continue the fight until the decisive issue, but now they have agreed to a ceasefire.

58,000 people had to leave their homes
The Gaza health ministry says at least 227 Palestinians, including 64 children and 38 women, have been killed and 1,620 wounded so far in the war. Meanwhile, the Islamic Jihad organization said 20 of its soldiers were killed. As a result of the war, about 58,000 Palestinians have fled their homes. According to local media, Israeli defense officials told the government that Israel had carried out the attacks all over the coastal area against the Palestinian terrorist group.

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