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Larry Hoffman
May 11, 2019

Colorado Senator Michael Bennet joined Booker in backing Israel's "right to self-defence against terror groups inside Gaza".

"We made a decision to fire at an IDF officer and a female soldier last Friday in cooperation with Hamas to respond to the killing of protesters at the March of Return", Nakhaleh said, according to Israel's Channel 13 news.

Each of these brief battles ended in an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire and - as was the case in the last flare-up - was ordered by Iran via its proxies Islamic Jihad and Hamas as we will see.

After the ceasefire came into effect Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu said the campaign was not over yet and that the IDF was "continuing preparations" for military action in Gaza.

"Between us and Hamas there is agreement on everything", Nakhaleh said.

If we take a closer look at the information which was released during the latest confrontation between the IDF and the Palestinian terror groups in Gaza a different picture emerges. Israel retaliated with airstrikes.

Four Palestinians have been killed in the airstrikes, including a 14-month-old child and the child's pregnant mother, Gaza health officials said.

While the specific target of the Israeli action was a terrorist organization, there is little doubt that governments will utilize forceful responses against other risky cyberattackers in the future.

In the 2014 Gaza war, for example, a rocket fired by Palestinian Islamic Jihad landed on a Palestinian kindergarten.

Washington has ended all bilateral United States aid in response to the Palestinians' severing of contacts after it recognised the disputed city of Jerusalem as Israel's capital in 2017.

"Gaza is still the most heated (front) with the Zionist entity", Nakhale said, praising the courage of Gaza resistance fighters.

Palestinian artists are calling on Eurovision contestants to boycott the worldwide music competition that Israel is hosting next week.

This past weekend a major outbreak of violence broke out between Israel and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad & Hamas terror organizations stationed in Gaza.

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