- On Thursday 19 October, the Israeli army killed in one of the raids on Gaza Jamila al-Shantifirst woman at the top of Hamas
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- Jamila al-Shanti was the widow of Hamas’ co-founder Abdel Aziz al-Rantisi (killed in 2004 during the Second Intifada) and first woman elected in 2021 to the organization’s Political Bureau
- The Israeli press explains that Al-Shanti, 68 years old, had practically founded the women’s movement of Hamas
- The death of Jamila al-Shanti was reported by the Israeli media. Both the Times of Israel be the Jerusalem Post they relaunched news released by media affiliated with Hamas in Gaza, specifying that no details were provided on the location where the raid took place at dawn today.
- In a statement published on his Facebook page, the Palestinian Legislative Council he stressed that Al Shanti spent a life of dedication and sacrifice “for the Palestinian cause” and developed “an important and notable role in parliamentary, academic, political, advocacy and educational work”.
- On October 15, the Israeli army announced that it had killed Ali Qadicompany commander of the elite Hamas unit ‘Nukheba’ which conducted “the terrorist attack on the Israeli communities near the Strip last Saturday”
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- Following the Hamas attack on October 7, Israel is continuing raids on the Gaza Strip. The launch of missiles from the Strip towards some Israeli cities also continues. Meanwhile, the day after the visit of Bidenthe English Prime Minister also went to Tel Aviv on Thursday Sunak
- “Stop any further dangerous escalation” after “too many lives have already been lost” in the re-explosion of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict triggered by the “brutal terrorist attacks of Hamas”. So Rishi Sunak during his visit to the Middle East
- The reopening of the restaurant is scheduled for Friday 20 September Rafah crossing, which connects Egypt with the southern Gaza Strip. Trucks carrying humanitarian aid for the population will thus be able to enter Gaza