Hamas offers Israel quiet on Gaza border if airstrikes reduced

Hamas offers Israel quiet on Gaza border if airstrikes reduced

Hamas offers Israel quiet on Gaza border if airstrikes reduced

Palestinian medics carry on a stretcher a protester injured during clashes with Israeli forces along the border east of Khan Yunis in the southern Gaza Strip on May 15, 2018 after demonstrations marking 70th anniversary of Nakba - also known as Day of the Catastrophe in 1948 - and against the US' relocation of its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

To this day, many displaced Palestinians and their families have been denied reentry by Israeli authorities.

Turkey has been a vocal critic of the violence in Gaza and the opening of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem.

Notably, Kenya was among 21 countries that failed to vote at the UN General Assembly in a resolution aimed at condemning Washington's recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital. "Make no mistake, Hamas is pleased with the results from yesterday", she said, adding that the United States decision to move its embassy to Jerusalem was the right thing to do.

"They don't like the situation where so many Palestinians might be killed, and they have very good relations with us", he said. On Friday, some demonstrators entered and attacked the Garden of Peace, the main crossing channel for food and fuel to the Palestinians. On Tuesday, the ministry made a similar call to Israel's ambassador to Ankara.

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Tens of thousands of people in Gaza have been protesting for over six weeks.

In a statement released on Monday, African Union Commission chairman Moussa Faki "strongly condemned the disproportionate use of force by the Israeli army, which resulted in the killing of over 50 Palestinian demonstrators, while many more were wounded".

Consequently, the country was invited to a January 3 U.S. reception for United Nations member-states that did not vote in the resolution.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Guatemalan President Jimmy Morales were among officials attending an inauguration ceremony at the new embassy at an office park in the disputed city at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

"The global community must step in and prevent war, we need to move forward quickly and effectively on all projects that we have discussed for months and months to solve the energy, water and health crisis of the population", he said.

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