The truce talks between Israel and the resistance in Gaza, and an Arab meeting to stop the escalation, stalled : Palestine The truce talks between Israel and the resistance in Gaza, and an Arab meeting to stop the escalation, stalled : Palestine

The truce talks between Israel and the resistance in Gaza, and an Arab meeting to stop the escalation, stalled : Palestine

The truce talks between Israel and the resistance in Gaza, and an Arab meeting to stop the escalation, stalled : Palestine  An informed Palestinian source revealed, on Wednesday evening, that the truce talks between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip had “faltered.”  The source added to Anadolu Agency, preferring not to be named: "There are difficulties and stumbles in the truce talks due to the factions' insistence on compelling Israel to stop the policy of assassinations."  He continued, "However, calm efforts by the mediators (Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations) are continuing."  Earlier, a well-informed Palestinian source said that the mediation efforts "are close to achieving calm" between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip.  The source added to Anadolu Agency: "The mediation efforts led by Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations are close to achieving a truce between the factions and Israel."  For its part, the Council of the League of Arab States at the level of permanent delegates called, on Wednesday, for "international action" against the "Israeli escalation" in the Palestinian territories.  In a closing statement, the Arab meeting condemned the "widespread Israeli aggression, blockade and crimes against the Palestinian people (...) including the barbaric Israeli raids on the Gaza Strip."  The Arab meeting called on the UN Security Council to "assume its responsibilities and exert the necessary pressure on Israel, the occupying power, to stop its aggression and siege imposed on the Palestinian people."  The meeting urged UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to "implement practical and effective options to protect Palestinian civilians."  He also urged the International Criminal Court to complete the criminal investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity committed and still being committed by Israel against the defenseless Palestinian people.  The meeting called on "the international community to pressure Israel to allow the fact-finding commission established by the Human Rights Council on May 21, 2021, to enter occupied Palestine to exercise its mandate on Israeli crimes and violations."  The meeting appreciated the "continuous Egyptian, Jordanian and Arab efforts to stop the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people," without giving details about it.  Earlier on Wednesday, the Palestinian "Hamas" movement announced in a statement that the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received calls from Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations to discuss the "aggression" on the Gaza Strip, without giving further details.  Since dawn on Tuesday, Israeli planes have been carrying out attacks on the Strip, killing 21 Palestinians, including women and children, and 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades," the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement.            21 martyrs in the Israeli bombing of Gaza, and the resistance's missiles reach Tel Aviv, and Egypt mediates : Gaza Strip The number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids on Gaza since Tuesday has risen to 21. Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on the Strip, while the Palestinian resistance announced launching a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that the number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids since dawn on Tuesday has risen to 21.  The ministry said, in a statement, that "two Palestinian martyrs and an injured person arrived at Abu Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah Governorate," after a raid launched by Israeli warplanes east of the city, while a martyr and 10 injured arrived at the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in the Gaza Strip, at a later time.  With the death of the Palestinian woman, the number of martyrs as a result of the Israeli escalation since dawn on Tuesday in the Gaza Strip rises to 21, including 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades", the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, in addition to 48 injuries.  Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on separate areas of the Strip, including sites of armed factions and agricultural lands.  On the other hand, the Israeli army said in previous statements that it "targeted Islamic Jihad activists at a rocket launch site in Gaza," along with "Jihad's means of launching rockets."  Resistance rockets reach Tel Aviv  For its part, the "Joint Room of the Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that it had launched a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The "resistance factions" said in a statement: "The joint room of the Palestinian resistance factions announces the implementation of Operation Revenge of the Free People, which consisted of directing a large missile strike with hundreds of missiles at enemy sites, settlements and targets."  She added, "The strikes, starting from the so-called cover of Gaza and even Tel Aviv, are in response to the crime of assassinating the leaders of the Al-Quds Brigades." And she added, "Targeting civilian homes, encroaching on our people, and assassinating our men and heroes is a red line that will be confronted with all force, and the enemy will pay dearly for it."  She pointed out that "the resistance is ready for all options, and if the occupation persists in its aggression and arrogance, dark days await it."  Netanyahu vows violent strikes  On Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted at the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes against the Gaza Strip.  "The prime minister spoke with the heads of local and regional councils in southern Israel," Netanyahu's office said in a brief statement. Netanyahu told them, according to the statement, "We are ready for the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes on Gaza."  The Israeli state broadcaster said that the Palestinians fired more than 100 rockets from the Gaza Strip in an hour and a half today.  In the last hours, sirens sounded in many Israeli cities and towns in central Israel, including Tel Aviv, and the south of the country.  Egyptian interventions  A spokesman for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad told Reuters that Egypt had started contacts with the Palestinians and Israelis to reach a truce in Gaza.  The Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that the head of the movement's political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received contacts from Egypt, the United Nations and Qatar to discuss Israel's "aggression" on Gaza.           Syrian Chief of Staff Mahmoud Ibrahim : Iran and Syria are able to contribute to accelerating the change of the world order  The Syrian Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Abd al-Karim Mahmoud Ibrahim, confirmed that with good relations with Iran and the changes towards a new world order, the two countries can contribute to accelerating this transformation.  Ibrahim said during the meeting with the Iranian Chief of Staff, Major General Muhammad Bagheri, on Wednesday: “We have friendly and good relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and given the changes that exist in the direction of establishing a new world order and defeating the hegemony of imperialist countries, we can, through this cooperation, accelerate this. change in the new system.  He added, "I am very happy to be in the Islamic Republic of Iran, especially among my brothers in the armed forces of the Islamic Republic... In this meeting, issues of concern to both sides were discussed and opinions were exchanged on them, and we have cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran since ancient times to serve the interests of the two countries, and we will continue this." cooperation".  "We always continue to strengthen our relations with countries that seek to create and maintain good neighborly relations," he said.          Among them is the former "wali of ISIS" in Turkey Ankara arrests 4 terrorists in Syria : Turkish intelligence  Turkish intelligence has arrested 4 terrorists in Syria, including the so-called former ISIS governor in Turkey, "Shihab Warish," who is on the wanted list.  And Turkish security sources said, on Wednesday, that the Turkish intelligence services had detected, after investigations, the addresses of 4 terrorists in Syria.  The sources added that Turkish intelligence arrested the four terrorists and handed them over to the security units.  It indicated that one of the terrorists is Shihab Warish, the former "governor of ISIS" in Turkey, who is on the wanted list.  It was found that Warish was linked to several terrorist acts planned by ISIS in Turkey that were thwarted by the Turkish security forces.

An informed Palestinian source revealed, on Wednesday evening, that the truce talks between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip had “faltered.”

The source added to Anadolu Agency, preferring not to be named: "There are difficulties and stumbles in the truce talks due to the factions' insistence on compelling Israel to stop the policy of assassinations."

The truce talks between Israel and the resistance in Gaza, and an Arab meeting to stop the escalation, stalled : Palestine  An informed Palestinian source revealed, on Wednesday evening, that the truce talks between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip had “faltered.”  The source added to Anadolu Agency, preferring not to be named: "There are difficulties and stumbles in the truce talks due to the factions' insistence on compelling Israel to stop the policy of assassinations."  He continued, "However, calm efforts by the mediators (Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations) are continuing."  Earlier, a well-informed Palestinian source said that the mediation efforts "are close to achieving calm" between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip.  The source added to Anadolu Agency: "The mediation efforts led by Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations are close to achieving a truce between the factions and Israel."  For its part, the Council of the League of Arab States at the level of permanent delegates called, on Wednesday, for "international action" against the "Israeli escalation" in the Palestinian territories.  In a closing statement, the Arab meeting condemned the "widespread Israeli aggression, blockade and crimes against the Palestinian people (...) including the barbaric Israeli raids on the Gaza Strip."  The Arab meeting called on the UN Security Council to "assume its responsibilities and exert the necessary pressure on Israel, the occupying power, to stop its aggression and siege imposed on the Palestinian people."  The meeting urged UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to "implement practical and effective options to protect Palestinian civilians."  He also urged the International Criminal Court to complete the criminal investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity committed and still being committed by Israel against the defenseless Palestinian people.  The meeting called on "the international community to pressure Israel to allow the fact-finding commission established by the Human Rights Council on May 21, 2021, to enter occupied Palestine to exercise its mandate on Israeli crimes and violations."  The meeting appreciated the "continuous Egyptian, Jordanian and Arab efforts to stop the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people," without giving details about it.  Earlier on Wednesday, the Palestinian "Hamas" movement announced in a statement that the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received calls from Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations to discuss the "aggression" on the Gaza Strip, without giving further details.  Since dawn on Tuesday, Israeli planes have been carrying out attacks on the Strip, killing 21 Palestinians, including women and children, and 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades," the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement.            21 martyrs in the Israeli bombing of Gaza, and the resistance's missiles reach Tel Aviv, and Egypt mediates : Gaza Strip The number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids on Gaza since Tuesday has risen to 21. Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on the Strip, while the Palestinian resistance announced launching a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that the number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids since dawn on Tuesday has risen to 21.  The ministry said, in a statement, that "two Palestinian martyrs and an injured person arrived at Abu Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah Governorate," after a raid launched by Israeli warplanes east of the city, while a martyr and 10 injured arrived at the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in the Gaza Strip, at a later time.  With the death of the Palestinian woman, the number of martyrs as a result of the Israeli escalation since dawn on Tuesday in the Gaza Strip rises to 21, including 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades", the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, in addition to 48 injuries.  Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on separate areas of the Strip, including sites of armed factions and agricultural lands.  On the other hand, the Israeli army said in previous statements that it "targeted Islamic Jihad activists at a rocket launch site in Gaza," along with "Jihad's means of launching rockets."  Resistance rockets reach Tel Aviv  For its part, the "Joint Room of the Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that it had launched a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The "resistance factions" said in a statement: "The joint room of the Palestinian resistance factions announces the implementation of Operation Revenge of the Free People, which consisted of directing a large missile strike with hundreds of missiles at enemy sites, settlements and targets."  She added, "The strikes, starting from the so-called cover of Gaza and even Tel Aviv, are in response to the crime of assassinating the leaders of the Al-Quds Brigades." And she added, "Targeting civilian homes, encroaching on our people, and assassinating our men and heroes is a red line that will be confronted with all force, and the enemy will pay dearly for it."  She pointed out that "the resistance is ready for all options, and if the occupation persists in its aggression and arrogance, dark days await it."  Netanyahu vows violent strikes  On Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted at the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes against the Gaza Strip.  "The prime minister spoke with the heads of local and regional councils in southern Israel," Netanyahu's office said in a brief statement. Netanyahu told them, according to the statement, "We are ready for the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes on Gaza."  The Israeli state broadcaster said that the Palestinians fired more than 100 rockets from the Gaza Strip in an hour and a half today.  In the last hours, sirens sounded in many Israeli cities and towns in central Israel, including Tel Aviv, and the south of the country.  Egyptian interventions  A spokesman for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad told Reuters that Egypt had started contacts with the Palestinians and Israelis to reach a truce in Gaza.  The Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that the head of the movement's political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received contacts from Egypt, the United Nations and Qatar to discuss Israel's "aggression" on Gaza.           Syrian Chief of Staff Mahmoud Ibrahim : Iran and Syria are able to contribute to accelerating the change of the world order  The Syrian Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Abd al-Karim Mahmoud Ibrahim, confirmed that with good relations with Iran and the changes towards a new world order, the two countries can contribute to accelerating this transformation.  Ibrahim said during the meeting with the Iranian Chief of Staff, Major General Muhammad Bagheri, on Wednesday: “We have friendly and good relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and given the changes that exist in the direction of establishing a new world order and defeating the hegemony of imperialist countries, we can, through this cooperation, accelerate this. change in the new system.  He added, "I am very happy to be in the Islamic Republic of Iran, especially among my brothers in the armed forces of the Islamic Republic... In this meeting, issues of concern to both sides were discussed and opinions were exchanged on them, and we have cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran since ancient times to serve the interests of the two countries, and we will continue this." cooperation".  "We always continue to strengthen our relations with countries that seek to create and maintain good neighborly relations," he said.          Among them is the former "wali of ISIS" in Turkey Ankara arrests 4 terrorists in Syria : Turkish intelligence  Turkish intelligence has arrested 4 terrorists in Syria, including the so-called former ISIS governor in Turkey, "Shihab Warish," who is on the wanted list.  And Turkish security sources said, on Wednesday, that the Turkish intelligence services had detected, after investigations, the addresses of 4 terrorists in Syria.  The sources added that Turkish intelligence arrested the four terrorists and handed them over to the security units.  It indicated that one of the terrorists is Shihab Warish, the former "governor of ISIS" in Turkey, who is on the wanted list.  It was found that Warish was linked to several terrorist acts planned by ISIS in Turkey that were thwarted by the Turkish security forces.

He continued, "However, calm efforts by the mediators (Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations) are continuing."

Earlier, a well-informed Palestinian source said that the mediation efforts "are close to achieving calm" between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip.

The source added to Anadolu Agency: "The mediation efforts led by Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations are close to achieving a truce between the factions and Israel."

For its part, the Council of the League of Arab States at the level of permanent delegates called, on Wednesday, for "international action" against the "Israeli escalation" in the Palestinian territories.

In a closing statement, the Arab meeting condemned the "widespread Israeli aggression, blockade and crimes against the Palestinian people including the barbaric Israeli raids on the Gaza Strip."

The Arab meeting called on the UN Security Council to "assume its responsibilities and exert the necessary pressure on Israel, the occupying power, to stop its aggression and siege imposed on the Palestinian people."

The meeting urged UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to "implement practical and effective options to protect Palestinian civilians."

He also urged the International Criminal Court to complete the criminal investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity committed and still being committed by Israel against the defenseless Palestinian people.

The meeting called on "the international community to pressure Israel to allow the fact-finding commission established by the Human Rights Council on May 21, 2021, to enter occupied Palestine to exercise its mandate on Israeli crimes and violations."

The meeting appreciated the "continuous Egyptian, Jordanian and Arab efforts to stop the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people," without giving details about it.

Earlier on Wednesday, the Palestinian "Hamas" movement announced in a statement that the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received calls from Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations to discuss the "aggression" on the Gaza Strip, without giving further details.

Since dawn on Tuesday, Israeli planes have been carrying out attacks on the Strip, killing 21 Palestinians, including women and children, and 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades," the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement.


21 martyrs in the Israeli bombing of Gaza, and the resistance's missiles reach Tel Aviv, and Egypt mediates : Gaza Strip

The number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids on Gaza since Tuesday has risen to 21. Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on the Strip, while the Palestinian resistance announced launching a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.

The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that the number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids since dawn on Tuesday has risen to 21.

The ministry said, in a statement, that "two Palestinian martyrs and an injured person arrived at Abu Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah Governorate," after a raid launched by Israeli warplanes east of the city, while a martyr and 10 injured arrived at the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in the Gaza Strip, at a later time.

With the death of the Palestinian woman, the number of martyrs as a result of the Israeli escalation since dawn on Tuesday in the Gaza Strip rises to 21, including 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades", the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, in addition to 48 injuries.

Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on separate areas of the Strip, including sites of armed factions and agricultural lands.

On the other hand, the Israeli army said in previous statements that it "targeted Islamic Jihad activists at a rocket launch site in Gaza," along with "Jihad's means of launching rockets."

Resistance rockets reach Tel Aviv

For its part, the "Joint Room of the Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that it had launched a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.

The "resistance factions" said in a statement: "The joint room of the Palestinian resistance factions announces the implementation of Operation Revenge of the Free People, which consisted of directing a large missile strike with hundreds of missiles at enemy sites, settlements and targets."

She added, "The strikes, starting from the so-called cover of Gaza and even Tel Aviv, are in response to the crime of assassinating the leaders of the Al-Quds Brigades." And she added, "Targeting civilian homes, encroaching on our people, and assassinating our men and heroes is a red line that will be confronted with all force, and the enemy will pay dearly for it."

She pointed out that "the resistance is ready for all options, and if the occupation persists in its aggression and arrogance, dark days await it."

Netanyahu vows violent strikes

On Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted at the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes against the Gaza Strip.

"The prime minister spoke with the heads of local and regional councils in southern Israel," Netanyahu's office said in a brief statement. Netanyahu told them, according to the statement, "We are ready for the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes on Gaza."

The Israeli state broadcaster said that the Palestinians fired more than 100 rockets from the Gaza Strip in an hour and a half today.

In the last hours, sirens sounded in many Israeli cities and towns in central Israel, including Tel Aviv, and the south of the country.

Egyptian interventions

A spokesman for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad told Reuters that Egypt had started contacts with the Palestinians and Israelis to reach a truce in Gaza.

The Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that the head of the movement's political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received contacts from Egypt, the United Nations and Qatar to discuss Israel's "aggression" on Gaza.



The truce talks between Israel and the resistance in Gaza, and an Arab meeting to stop the escalation, stalled : Palestine  An informed Palestinian source revealed, on Wednesday evening, that the truce talks between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip had “faltered.”  The source added to Anadolu Agency, preferring not to be named: "There are difficulties and stumbles in the truce talks due to the factions' insistence on compelling Israel to stop the policy of assassinations."  He continued, "However, calm efforts by the mediators (Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations) are continuing."  Earlier, a well-informed Palestinian source said that the mediation efforts "are close to achieving calm" between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip.  The source added to Anadolu Agency: "The mediation efforts led by Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations are close to achieving a truce between the factions and Israel."  For its part, the Council of the League of Arab States at the level of permanent delegates called, on Wednesday, for "international action" against the "Israeli escalation" in the Palestinian territories.  In a closing statement, the Arab meeting condemned the "widespread Israeli aggression, blockade and crimes against the Palestinian people (...) including the barbaric Israeli raids on the Gaza Strip."  The Arab meeting called on the UN Security Council to "assume its responsibilities and exert the necessary pressure on Israel, the occupying power, to stop its aggression and siege imposed on the Palestinian people."  The meeting urged UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to "implement practical and effective options to protect Palestinian civilians."  He also urged the International Criminal Court to complete the criminal investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity committed and still being committed by Israel against the defenseless Palestinian people.  The meeting called on "the international community to pressure Israel to allow the fact-finding commission established by the Human Rights Council on May 21, 2021, to enter occupied Palestine to exercise its mandate on Israeli crimes and violations."  The meeting appreciated the "continuous Egyptian, Jordanian and Arab efforts to stop the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people," without giving details about it.  Earlier on Wednesday, the Palestinian "Hamas" movement announced in a statement that the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received calls from Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations to discuss the "aggression" on the Gaza Strip, without giving further details.  Since dawn on Tuesday, Israeli planes have been carrying out attacks on the Strip, killing 21 Palestinians, including women and children, and 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades," the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement.            21 martyrs in the Israeli bombing of Gaza, and the resistance's missiles reach Tel Aviv, and Egypt mediates : Gaza Strip The number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids on Gaza since Tuesday has risen to 21. Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on the Strip, while the Palestinian resistance announced launching a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that the number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids since dawn on Tuesday has risen to 21.  The ministry said, in a statement, that "two Palestinian martyrs and an injured person arrived at Abu Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah Governorate," after a raid launched by Israeli warplanes east of the city, while a martyr and 10 injured arrived at the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in the Gaza Strip, at a later time.  With the death of the Palestinian woman, the number of martyrs as a result of the Israeli escalation since dawn on Tuesday in the Gaza Strip rises to 21, including 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades", the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, in addition to 48 injuries.  Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on separate areas of the Strip, including sites of armed factions and agricultural lands.  On the other hand, the Israeli army said in previous statements that it "targeted Islamic Jihad activists at a rocket launch site in Gaza," along with "Jihad's means of launching rockets."  Resistance rockets reach Tel Aviv  For its part, the "Joint Room of the Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that it had launched a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The "resistance factions" said in a statement: "The joint room of the Palestinian resistance factions announces the implementation of Operation Revenge of the Free People, which consisted of directing a large missile strike with hundreds of missiles at enemy sites, settlements and targets."  She added, "The strikes, starting from the so-called cover of Gaza and even Tel Aviv, are in response to the crime of assassinating the leaders of the Al-Quds Brigades." And she added, "Targeting civilian homes, encroaching on our people, and assassinating our men and heroes is a red line that will be confronted with all force, and the enemy will pay dearly for it."  She pointed out that "the resistance is ready for all options, and if the occupation persists in its aggression and arrogance, dark days await it."  Netanyahu vows violent strikes  On Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted at the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes against the Gaza Strip.  "The prime minister spoke with the heads of local and regional councils in southern Israel," Netanyahu's office said in a brief statement. Netanyahu told them, according to the statement, "We are ready for the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes on Gaza."  The Israeli state broadcaster said that the Palestinians fired more than 100 rockets from the Gaza Strip in an hour and a half today.  In the last hours, sirens sounded in many Israeli cities and towns in central Israel, including Tel Aviv, and the south of the country.  Egyptian interventions  A spokesman for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad told Reuters that Egypt had started contacts with the Palestinians and Israelis to reach a truce in Gaza.  The Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that the head of the movement's political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received contacts from Egypt, the United Nations and Qatar to discuss Israel's "aggression" on Gaza.           Syrian Chief of Staff Mahmoud Ibrahim : Iran and Syria are able to contribute to accelerating the change of the world order  The Syrian Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Abd al-Karim Mahmoud Ibrahim, confirmed that with good relations with Iran and the changes towards a new world order, the two countries can contribute to accelerating this transformation.  Ibrahim said during the meeting with the Iranian Chief of Staff, Major General Muhammad Bagheri, on Wednesday: “We have friendly and good relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and given the changes that exist in the direction of establishing a new world order and defeating the hegemony of imperialist countries, we can, through this cooperation, accelerate this. change in the new system.  He added, "I am very happy to be in the Islamic Republic of Iran, especially among my brothers in the armed forces of the Islamic Republic... In this meeting, issues of concern to both sides were discussed and opinions were exchanged on them, and we have cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran since ancient times to serve the interests of the two countries, and we will continue this." cooperation".  "We always continue to strengthen our relations with countries that seek to create and maintain good neighborly relations," he said.          Among them is the former "wali of ISIS" in Turkey Ankara arrests 4 terrorists in Syria : Turkish intelligence  Turkish intelligence has arrested 4 terrorists in Syria, including the so-called former ISIS governor in Turkey, "Shihab Warish," who is on the wanted list.  And Turkish security sources said, on Wednesday, that the Turkish intelligence services had detected, after investigations, the addresses of 4 terrorists in Syria.  The sources added that Turkish intelligence arrested the four terrorists and handed them over to the security units.  It indicated that one of the terrorists is Shihab Warish, the former "governor of ISIS" in Turkey, who is on the wanted list.  It was found that Warish was linked to several terrorist acts planned by ISIS in Turkey that were thwarted by the Turkish security forces.

Syrian Chief of Staff Mahmoud Ibrahim : Iran and Syria are able to contribute to accelerating the change of the world order

The Syrian Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Abd al-Karim Mahmoud Ibrahim, confirmed that with good relations with Iran and the changes towards a new world order, the two countries can contribute to accelerating this transformation.

Ibrahim said during the meeting with the Iranian Chief of Staff, Major General Muhammad Bagheri, on Wednesday: “We have friendly and good relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and given the changes that exist in the direction of establishing a new world order and defeating the hegemony of imperialist countries, we can, through this cooperation, accelerate this. change in the new system.

He added, "I am very happy to be in the Islamic Republic of Iran, especially among my brothers in the armed forces of the Islamic Republic... In this meeting, issues of concern to both sides were discussed and opinions were exchanged on them, and we have cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran since ancient times to serve the interests of the two countries, and we will continue this." cooperation".

"We always continue to strengthen our relations with countries that seek to create and maintain good neighborly relations," he said.



The truce talks between Israel and the resistance in Gaza, and an Arab meeting to stop the escalation, stalled : Palestine  An informed Palestinian source revealed, on Wednesday evening, that the truce talks between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip had “faltered.”  The source added to Anadolu Agency, preferring not to be named: "There are difficulties and stumbles in the truce talks due to the factions' insistence on compelling Israel to stop the policy of assassinations."  He continued, "However, calm efforts by the mediators (Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations) are continuing."  Earlier, a well-informed Palestinian source said that the mediation efforts "are close to achieving calm" between Israel and the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip.  The source added to Anadolu Agency: "The mediation efforts led by Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations are close to achieving a truce between the factions and Israel."  For its part, the Council of the League of Arab States at the level of permanent delegates called, on Wednesday, for "international action" against the "Israeli escalation" in the Palestinian territories.  In a closing statement, the Arab meeting condemned the "widespread Israeli aggression, blockade and crimes against the Palestinian people (...) including the barbaric Israeli raids on the Gaza Strip."  The Arab meeting called on the UN Security Council to "assume its responsibilities and exert the necessary pressure on Israel, the occupying power, to stop its aggression and siege imposed on the Palestinian people."  The meeting urged UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to "implement practical and effective options to protect Palestinian civilians."  He also urged the International Criminal Court to complete the criminal investigation into war crimes and crimes against humanity committed and still being committed by Israel against the defenseless Palestinian people.  The meeting called on "the international community to pressure Israel to allow the fact-finding commission established by the Human Rights Council on May 21, 2021, to enter occupied Palestine to exercise its mandate on Israeli crimes and violations."  The meeting appreciated the "continuous Egyptian, Jordanian and Arab efforts to stop the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people," without giving details about it.  Earlier on Wednesday, the Palestinian "Hamas" movement announced in a statement that the head of its political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received calls from Egypt, Qatar and the United Nations to discuss the "aggression" on the Gaza Strip, without giving further details.  Since dawn on Tuesday, Israeli planes have been carrying out attacks on the Strip, killing 21 Palestinians, including women and children, and 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades," the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement.            21 martyrs in the Israeli bombing of Gaza, and the resistance's missiles reach Tel Aviv, and Egypt mediates : Gaza Strip The number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids on Gaza since Tuesday has risen to 21. Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on the Strip, while the Palestinian resistance announced launching a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that the number of Palestinians who were killed in separate Israeli raids since dawn on Tuesday has risen to 21.  The ministry said, in a statement, that "two Palestinian martyrs and an injured person arrived at Abu Youssef Al-Najjar Hospital in Rafah Governorate," after a raid launched by Israeli warplanes east of the city, while a martyr and 10 injured arrived at the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in the Gaza Strip, at a later time.  With the death of the Palestinian woman, the number of martyrs as a result of the Israeli escalation since dawn on Tuesday in the Gaza Strip rises to 21, including 3 leaders of the "Al-Quds Brigades", the armed wing of the "Islamic Jihad" movement, in addition to 48 injuries.  Israeli warplanes continue to launch a series of raids on separate areas of the Strip, including sites of armed factions and agricultural lands.  On the other hand, the Israeli army said in previous statements that it "targeted Islamic Jihad activists at a rocket launch site in Gaza," along with "Jihad's means of launching rockets."  Resistance rockets reach Tel Aviv  For its part, the "Joint Room of the Resistance Factions" in the Gaza Strip announced, on Wednesday, that it had launched a missile strike with hundreds of missiles on Israeli sites and targets.  The "resistance factions" said in a statement: "The joint room of the Palestinian resistance factions announces the implementation of Operation Revenge of the Free People, which consisted of directing a large missile strike with hundreds of missiles at enemy sites, settlements and targets."  She added, "The strikes, starting from the so-called cover of Gaza and even Tel Aviv, are in response to the crime of assassinating the leaders of the Al-Quds Brigades." And she added, "Targeting civilian homes, encroaching on our people, and assassinating our men and heroes is a red line that will be confronted with all force, and the enemy will pay dearly for it."  She pointed out that "the resistance is ready for all options, and if the occupation persists in its aggression and arrogance, dark days await it."  Netanyahu vows violent strikes  On Wednesday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hinted at the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes against the Gaza Strip.  "The prime minister spoke with the heads of local and regional councils in southern Israel," Netanyahu's office said in a brief statement. Netanyahu told them, according to the statement, "We are ready for the possibility of an expanded campaign and violent strikes on Gaza."  The Israeli state broadcaster said that the Palestinians fired more than 100 rockets from the Gaza Strip in an hour and a half today.  In the last hours, sirens sounded in many Israeli cities and towns in central Israel, including Tel Aviv, and the south of the country.  Egyptian interventions  A spokesman for the Palestinian Islamic Jihad told Reuters that Egypt had started contacts with the Palestinians and Israelis to reach a truce in Gaza.  The Islamic Resistance Movement "Hamas" confirmed in a statement on Wednesday that the head of the movement's political bureau, Ismail Haniyeh, had received contacts from Egypt, the United Nations and Qatar to discuss Israel's "aggression" on Gaza.           Syrian Chief of Staff Mahmoud Ibrahim : Iran and Syria are able to contribute to accelerating the change of the world order  The Syrian Army Chief of Staff, Lieutenant General Abd al-Karim Mahmoud Ibrahim, confirmed that with good relations with Iran and the changes towards a new world order, the two countries can contribute to accelerating this transformation.  Ibrahim said during the meeting with the Iranian Chief of Staff, Major General Muhammad Bagheri, on Wednesday: “We have friendly and good relations with the Islamic Republic of Iran, and given the changes that exist in the direction of establishing a new world order and defeating the hegemony of imperialist countries, we can, through this cooperation, accelerate this. change in the new system.  He added, "I am very happy to be in the Islamic Republic of Iran, especially among my brothers in the armed forces of the Islamic Republic... In this meeting, issues of concern to both sides were discussed and opinions were exchanged on them, and we have cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran since ancient times to serve the interests of the two countries, and we will continue this." cooperation".  "We always continue to strengthen our relations with countries that seek to create and maintain good neighborly relations," he said.          Among them is the former "wali of ISIS" in Turkey Ankara arrests 4 terrorists in Syria : Turkish intelligence  Turkish intelligence has arrested 4 terrorists in Syria, including the so-called former ISIS governor in Turkey, "Shihab Warish," who is on the wanted list.  And Turkish security sources said, on Wednesday, that the Turkish intelligence services had detected, after investigations, the addresses of 4 terrorists in Syria.  The sources added that Turkish intelligence arrested the four terrorists and handed them over to the security units.  It indicated that one of the terrorists is Shihab Warish, the former "governor of ISIS" in Turkey, who is on the wanted list.  It was found that Warish was linked to several terrorist acts planned by ISIS in Turkey that were thwarted by the Turkish security forces.

Among them is the former "wali of ISIS" in Turkey Ankara arrests 4 terrorists in Syria : Turkish intelligence

Turkish intelligence has arrested 4 terrorists in Syria, including the so-called former ISIS governor in Turkey, "Shihab Warish," who is on the wanted list.

And Turkish security sources said, on Wednesday, that the Turkish intelligence services had detected, after investigations, the addresses of 4 terrorists in Syria.

The sources added that Turkish intelligence arrested the four terrorists and handed them over to the security units.

It indicated that one of the terrorists is Shihab Warish, the former "governor of ISIS" in Turkey, who is on the wanted list.

It was found that Warish was linked to several terrorist acts planned by ISIS in Turkey that were thwarted by the Turkish security forces.
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