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Israel-Palestine: Joe Biden and Netanyahu spoke
© provided by the point biden l e American President joe biden intervened Wednesday by phone with the Prime Minister Israeli Benjamin Netanyahu , shortly after The announcement of the sending of an emissary in Israel and in the Palestinian territories following the latter daylight. "I had an exchange with NETANYAHU Bibi," he said from the White House.
Four rockets were drawn on Wednesday, May 19 from South Lebanon towards Israel, third incident of the genre in less than a week, AFP has indicated a Lebanese military source.
The shots, which have not been claimed in the immediate future, have been made from an area close to the village of Seddiqine, in the region of Tire, said this source speaking on the cover of anonymity.retaliation
Israeli artillery shots to Lebanon were launched in retaliation at these rockets, said the army.
"Four rockets have been drawn from Lebanon to Israeli territory. The iron dome antimissile shield intercepted one of them and the other three are probably fallen into vague grounds. In retaliation, our artillery targeted targets in Lebanese territory, "she said in a brief message to the press.
Conflict Israel-Palestine: several companies suspend
© Pixabay Conflict Israel-Palestine: several companies suspend their flights Climbing tensions between Israel and the Palestinians forced several airlines to hang all their connections towards the Hebrew state. The climbing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians pushed Thursday 13 May several airlines to hang their flights to the Hebrew state, after days of rocket fire from the Gaza Strip Controlled by Hamas.
Far from any appeasement,"We hope to restore calm" intensified this Wednesday on the Gaza Strip. The army said waiting "the opportune moment" to cease his shots on the Palestinian enclave.
The Israeli Prime Minister continues to threaten the Palestinians. "There are only two possibilities to confront them, either you come to the end, and it is always a possibility, or you dissuade them and we are currently engaged in a firm deterrence," said Benyamin Netanyahu to ambassadors in Tel Aviv. "I must say that we do not gain any possibility," he added.
"What we are trying to do is precisely: reduce their capacities, their terrorist means, and reduce their determination," he continued. "We hope to be able to restore calm and hope to be able to restore it quickly. I mean we do this by doing the maximum to avoid civilian victims. "The more the hard conflict, the more the chances of Netanyahu to maintain itself to be growing"
Lead 1-USA Ready to help Israel and Palestinians If they are looking for a ceasefire
Israel-Palestinians / UN (Lead 1, TV, Photo): Lead 1-USA Ready to help Israel and the Palestinians If they are looking for a ceasefire (updated with new statements) by Michelle Nichols New York, May 16 (Reuters) - The United States said Sunday to the United Nations Security Council that they had Clearly knowing Israel, Palestinians and other parties that they were ready to offer "if the parties were looking for a ceasefire" to put an end to the violent current clashes between Israel and the Pal
So far, international diplomatic efforts have failed. During a new call to the Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu, American President Joe Biden has tightened the tone on Wednesday and said to expect a "de-escalation" to a ceasefire.five decades of conflicts
Israeli forces claim to have aim, in addition to rocket launch sites, several headquarters of Hamas,of the houses of its
leaders, equipment as well as undergrounds used for the movement of ammunition and activists. . The murderer clashes erupted on May 10 after the Hamas rocket shot on Israel in solidarity with the hundreds of Palestinian protesters wounded in clashes with the Israeli police on theesplanade of the
mosques in Jerusalem East. "We are in a situation of chaos": in Israel, the shock of Jewish and Arab Youth
Heiko Maas in Israel: Diplomacy at howling sirens .
Foreign Minister Maas reaffirms Israel's right to self-defense and pushes for the ceasefire. A short visit in a crisis region. © Photo: Ilia Yefimovich / dpa Federal Foreign Minister Heiko Maas professionally inspects a house that had been hit by a rocket from the Gaza Strip. The German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas in the middle of the Middle East Conflict.