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Motorcycles Israel Suggests Developing Gaza Infrastructure so Hamas Will Ease Military Buildup

11:10  14 september  2021
11:10  14 september  2021 Source:   msn.com

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A new round of fighting commenced between Israel and Hamas over the weekend, leading the Israeli foreign minister to call for a new approach to the decades-long conflict.

a group of people standing in front of a truck: Israeli police check cars with Palestinian laborers as they search for two Palestinians who broke out of a maximum-security prison last week, on a road leading to the West Bank town of Jenin, near Gan Ner Israel, Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021. Israeli police on Saturday said they arrested four of the six Palestinians who broke out of the prison including Zakaria Zubeidi a famed militant leader whose exploits over the years have made him a well-known figure in Israel. © Ariel Schalit/AP Photo Israeli police check cars with Palestinian laborers as they search for two Palestinians who broke out of a maximum-security prison last week, on a road leading to the West Bank town of Jenin, near Gan Ner Israel, Sunday, Sept. 12, 2021. Israeli police on Saturday said they arrested four of the six Palestinians who broke out of the prison including Zakaria Zubeidi a famed militant leader whose exploits over the years have made him a well-known figure in Israel.

Foreign Minister Yair Lapid suggested Sunday that Israel will work toward international investment in Gaza's infrastructure in exchange for pressure on the militant group Hamas to recede.

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"The policy Israel has pursued up until now hasn't substantially changed the situation," Lapid told a security conference. "We need to change direction," he added.

The proposal, made in consultation with the U.S. and other allies, has been considered in the past but never executed due to continued conflict and resentment from both Israel and Gaza.

For more reporting from the Associated Press, see below.

Israeli aircraft struck a series of targets in the Gaza Strip early Monday while Palestinian militants launched rockets into Israel in the third consecutive night of fighting between the sides.

The violence took place shortly before Israel's prime minister, Naftali Bennett, was heading to Egypt for a visit expected to focus on Egyptian efforts to broker a long-term truce between Israel and Gaza's Hamas rulers in the wake of an 11-day war last May.

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Those efforts appear to have come to a standstill in recent weeks. Tensions have further risen after last week's escape from an Israeli prison by six Palestinian inmates.

The Israeli military reported three separate rocket launches late Sunday and early Monday, saying at least two of them were intercepted by its rocket defenses. It said it attacked a number of Hamas targets in retaliation. There were no reports of casualties on either side.

In other violence, the Israeli army said an assailant attempted to stab a soldier at a busy intersection in the occupied West Bank. It said that soldiers shot the attacker, who was taken to a hospital. No further details were immediately available.

In downtown Jerusalem, meanwhile, police said a 17-year-old Palestinian boy stabbed and wounded two people near the city's central bus station.

Jerusalem police chief Doron Turjeman said the assailant was shot by an officer. The boy suffered a serious gunshot wound to the chest.

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Last week's prison break appears to have heightened tensions across the region, with Palestinians staging a number of protests in solidarity with the men. In Palestinian society, nearly every family has seen a member imprisoned by Israel, and the thousands of prisoners held by Israel are widely seen as heroes paying a price for the national cause.

Over the weekend, Israel caught four of the six Palestinian inmates, who tunneled out of a maximum security prison on September 6. Palestinian militants reacted to the arrests with rocket fire. Israel's search for the last two prisoners is continuing.

The Egyptian-mediated efforts to deliver a long-term truce have struggled with the sides unable to agree on a system to renew Qatari payments to needy Gaza families. Israel has demanded guarantees that Hamas does not divert the money for military use.

Gaza is an impoverished territory whose population is overwhelmingly composed of families who fled or were forced from properties in what is now Israel during the war surrounding Israel's establishment in 1948.

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Hamas is pushing for Israel to end a crippling blockade that has devastated Gaza's economy, while Israel is demanding that Hamas free two captive Israeli civilians and return the remains of two dead Israeli soldiers.

Hamas has controlled Gaza since ousting the forces of the internationally recognized Palestinian Authority in 2007, a year after the Islamic militant group won Palestinian parliamentary elections.

Since then, Israel and Hamas have fought four wars and numerous smaller rounds of fighting.

a group of people standing in a room: A picture shows people gathering around a trail of blood at the site of a stabbing attack, in Jerusalem on September 13, 2021. - A Palestinian man stabbed two Israelis in Jerusalem before being shot by a border police officer, leaving all three wounded, police and medics said. MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images © MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images A picture shows people gathering around a trail of blood at the site of a stabbing attack, in Jerusalem on September 13, 2021. - A Palestinian man stabbed two Israelis in Jerusalem before being shot by a border police officer, leaving all three wounded, police and medics said. MENAHEM KAHANA/AFP/Getty Images

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