What we know about the talks that have taken place in Gaza

The War Between Israel and the United States Revisited: “The Humanitarian Catastrophe in Gaza” addressed by the U.S. President Biden

Although Ms. Harris has not strayed too far from President Biden’s war message, in a speech on Sunday she took a tougher tone in demanding an “immediate cease-fire.” She directed her remarks at Hamas and insisted that she and the president were steadfast in their commitment to Israel’s security.

Ms. Harris also assailed what she called a “humanitarian catastrophe” in Gaza and pressed Israel to allow for the increase of aid into the besieged enclave.

Still, Harris reiterated the Biden administration’s “unwavering” commitment to Israel’s security and its right to defend itself from the threat of future attacks by Hamas.

A six-week ceasefire is currently being negotiated that would allow for the release of Israeli hostages and open access to aid. President Biden has suggested that a deal could be in place soon. Senior administration officials said on Saturday that there is a framework that Israel has essentially agreed to but that Hamas still needs to sign on.

There needs to be an immediate cease-fire due to the scale of suffering in Gaza. The line drew applause from the crowd at the civil rights event.

In 1965, state troopers beat up peaceful protesters at the “Bloody Sunday” march in the U.S. fight for civil rights.

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The vice president said there were no excuses. “They must ensure humanitarian convoys are not targeted and restore basic services and order in Gaza so more food, water and fuel can reach those in need.”

Palestinians say Israeli soldiers fired on them when they tried to get food from an aid convoy in Gaza City on Thursday, with the shooting and surrounding chaos resulting in at least 115 deaths. The Israeli military on Sunday released a statement saying most of the civilians died in a stampede and that Israeli soldiers only “responded” to civilians approaching them.

“What we are seeing every day in Gaza is devastating. We’ve seen a number of reports of babies with little or no medical care, families eating leaves, and children dying from dehydration. “Too many innocent Palestinians have been killed.”

The U.S. dropped over 38,000 meals into Gaza on Saturday with a joint operation with the Jordan air force.

She made it clear to the White House that she didn’t want the administration to forget the anger caused by the deaths of tens of thousands of people in Gaza.

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Israel has One Prime Minister: After So Many Years of War, Israeli Security Forces Need to Become More Like They Used To Be: Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, and Gaza

Netanyahu dismissed the call for early elections as a tactic of extremists, and called for unity in the country in his Thursday night speech.

Regular anti-government protests are being held by Israelis who are angry over the fact that he has not been able to free the remaining 134 hostages still being held in captivity.

Gantz’s visit to Washington comes amid continued demonstrations against Netanyahu over the war in Gaza and calls for early elections that are growing louder on the streets.

Before the war, Netanyahu and Gantz differed on a number of issues, from the military operations that took place in Gaza to the issue of ultra-Orthodox men being forced into military service.

However, in a Facebook post, Knesset member Hili Tropper, a member of the National Unity Party, wrote, “There is indeed one prime minister for Israel…but we also have one Israel and anyone who can help for its success in the war must do so… Now is the time to put the ego aside, put political calculations aside, and concentrate on partnership for the benefit of the State of Israel.”

Israeli media is reporting that Netanyahu asked the Israeli embassy to decline to facilitate the visit of Gantz, who had not been approved by the prime minister’s office. There are also reports of a heated phone conversation, in which Netanyahu reportedly told Gantz that Israel has “only one prime minister.”

“We need entry points that allow us to bring aid in from all possible crossing points, including to northern Gaza, with security assurances and unimpeded passage to distribute aid, at scale, across Gaza,” she said.

Previous negotiations in Cairo and in Doha, Qatar, failed to achieve any breakthroughs, with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu calling Hamas demands “delusional.”

According to the U.N. Office for Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, Gaza is one step away from famine and the situation is getting worse by the day. The World Health Organization reported that there were 10 children who had starved to death in Gaza.

The southernmost city in Gaza is where a million people have been staying for weeks and where Israel says there are Hamas battalions still present. The Israeli military has been carrying out sporadic strikes there, including a strike on Saturday afternoon that killed 11 people and wounded at least 50 others, according to the Gaza Health Ministry. In a separate strike in eastern Rafah on Saturday, 14 members of the same family were killed, and as many as 10 others were trapped under rubble.

He has given Hamas an ultimatum to return the hostages or the fighting will be extended to the Rafah area.

The goal has been to secure a cease-fire deal prior to the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan — which begins around March 10 — in order to allow more humanitarian aid into Gaza.

The source toldNPR that Hamas wants temporary homes in the Gaza Strip until the area is rebuilt after a war in which many homes have been destroyed. Palestinians who have been displaced from northern Gaza should be able to return, they also want a withdrawal of Israeli troops.

According to an Egyptian source close to the talks, a Hamas delegation will be in Cairo until Tuesday, meeting with mediators from Egypt and Qatar to broker a deal that would include a 6-week cease-fire as well as the exchange of dozens of Israeli hostages taken captive by Hamas for several hundred Palestinian prisoners and detainees held by Israel.

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