What has happened in the last few hours?
These are the most relevant news from the last hours of the conflict between Israel and Hamas until 21.30 this Sunday, November 5th:
Netanyahu reiterates that there will be no fire in Gaza until Hamás does not release them. “There will be no fire without the return of our rehens, if we do so to both our enemies and our friends. We will continue until we defeat them”, declared Netanyahu at the base of the Ramon air force, in the south of Israel , reiterating the government’s position.
Hezbollah claims to have fired several bullets at Israel in retaliation for an Israeli attack that killed four civilians in Lebanon. In a statement, the Lebanese militant faction said that its attack was carried out in response to the “atrocious and brutal crime” of Israel that killed a woman and three children this afternoon in southern Lebanon. After this attack, Hezbollah had announced that there would be “consequences”.
Abás expresses to Blinken the need for a high fire in Gaza at a meeting in Ramallah. The president of the Palestinian National Authority (ANP) told the Secretary of State of the United States at a meeting in Ramallah, in the occupied West Bank, that an immediate emergency response was needed in Gaza, as explained later in the meeting by his spokesperson, Nabil Abu Rudeineh. Abás has also insisted to the head of American diplomacy that it is necessary to provide more humanitarian aid in the Franja, which is on the verge of a humanitarian catastrophe due to the military offensive and the blockade that Israel has implemented on it since last October 7 .
Evacuations from Gaza suspended due to the Rafah pass after the Israeli bombing against a convoy of ambulances. The Rafah border crossing between Gaza and Egypt has remained closed alongside foreign passport holders this Sunday morning, for the second day in a row, due to the decision of authorities in the Fringe to suspend evacuation operations in response to a Israeli air attack against a convoy of ambulances, according to local law and media organizations.
The Israeli bombings on Gaza have killed more than 9,700 people since October 7, according to Hamas. The Gaza Health Ministry, controlled by Hamas, an organization considered terrorist by the EU and the United States and which has de facto controlled the fringe since 2007, has increased the number of deaths in the enclave by Israeli bombings, which rising to 9,770 since October 7th.
Aware of protesters in favor of Palestine trying to attack an air base that houses American troops in Turkey. Aware of people this afternoon attempted to attack the Incirlik air base, in southern Turkey, which houses American troops, during a demonstration in favor of Palestine. The images of the protests show the police firing tear gas and using water cannons to disperse the crowd, waving Turkish and Palestinian flags and Korean slogans.