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Hamas leader demands end to Gaza war, Israeli withdrawal under ceasefire plan


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The head of the political bureau of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), Ismail Haniyeh, called on Wednesday for an end to the war and Israel’s withdrawal as part of a ceasefire plan, days after a proposed truce announced by US President Joe Biden. last week. It comes as Tel Aviv announced it would not stop fighting during ceasefire talks and launched a new attack on part of the central Gaza Strip.

Hamas leader demands end to Gaza war, Israeli withdrawal under ceasefire plan
Smoke and flames rise following an Israeli airstrike in the central Gaza Strip, June 3, 2024. © Reuters.

the most important events:

  • Egyptian, Qatari and US security leaders meet in Doha to discuss Gaza truce.
  • Netanyahu: We are ready for strong action on the northern front, and Israeli bombings in southern Lebanon with white phosphorus are putting civilians at risk, according to organizations, residents and doctors.
  • The US House of Representatives approves Republican legislation aimed at punishing international criminals because of Israel.
  • Gaza Health: More than 36,586 Palestinians have been killed during the Israeli attack on the Gaza Strip since October 7.

  • 00:33 Stanford University students arrested after sit-in at president’s office in support of Gaza

    Police arrested more than a dozen people at Stanford University in California on Wednesday after pro-Palestinian students gathered in a building housing the university president’s office, in the latest clash between American students and authorities regarding the war in the Gaza Strip.

  • 00:50 Israeli judge withdraws from International Court of Justice for personal reasons

    Aharon Barak, the former chief justice of Israel’s Supreme Court, has resigned as a special judge on the International Court of Justice’s commission hearing genocide charges related to Israel’s war in Gaza, officials said Wednesday.

    In his resignation letter dated June 4 and republished by Israeli media, Barak, 87, attributed his decision to personal and family reasons that he did not specify.

  • 01:40 Former Meta engineer accuses company of firing him over Gaza-related content

    A former Meta Platforms engineer has accused the company of bias in its handling of content related to the Gaza war, claiming in a lawsuit that it fired him because he tried to correct errors that led to the blocking posts about Palestinians on Instagram.

    Firas Hamad, a Palestinian-American engineer who has been a member of Meta’s machine learning team since 2021, filed a lawsuit against the social media giant in a California court for discrimination, illegal termination of its services and other violations due . upon his dismissal in February.

  • 02:33 Dozens of Moroccans demonstrate in Rabat in support of the Palestinians

    Dozens of Moroccans demonstrated Wednesday evening in the center of the capital, Rabat, in solidarity with the Palestinians and raised the slogan “No Nakba after the flood of Al-Aqsa”, and also called for the abolition of standardization.

    Protesters, at the rally called by the National Action Group for Palestine, made up of activists and human rights defenders, carried Palestinian flags and raised slogans such as “No normalization with aggression and no retreat after the floods”, “The people want to overthrow normalization” and “Palestine is a trust and normalization is a betrayal”. They also burned the Israeli flag.

  • 03:38 Government media office in Gaza: At least 27 dead in Israeli bombing of school in Nuseirat

    The Palestinian government’s media office in Gaza said at least 27 people were killed and dozens injured in an Israeli bombing of a school housing displaced people in Nuseirat, in the central Gaza Strip.

    There has been no confirmation yet from the Gaza Strip’s health ministry, and Reuters could not immediately verify the statement.

  • 04:04 UNICEF: 90% of children in Gaza lack the food needed for healthy growth

    The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) said on Thursday that nine out of ten children in Gaza cannot consume nutrients from enough food groups to ensure their healthy growth and development.

    “In the Gaza Strip, months of hostilities and restrictions on humanitarian aid have led to the collapse of food and health systems, with catastrophic consequences for children and their families,” added UNICEF .

France 24/AFP/Reuters

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