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Explained: How Israel destroyed Palestinians in Gaza, what is the whole controversy

Israel Palestine Conflict: The conflict between Israel and Palestine has intensified once again. The Israeli Air Force is bombing the Gaza Strip, and in response, Palestine is also firing missiles at Israel. Palestine is suffering more in this because Israel’s Iron Dome Missile Defense System explodes Palestinian missiles like firecrackers in the sky and does not allow them to come towards it. At the same time, 31 Palestinians have lost their lives in the latest Israeli airstrikes in the Gaza Strip and more than two hundred and fifty people have been injured. Children and women are also among the dead.

There is also news of the death of Taysir Al Jabari, a senior commander of the Palestinian Sunni-Islamic fundamentalist organization Hamas, in the Israeli attacks. Palestinian officials gave information about Jabari’s death. Palestine conducts an Islamic Jihad campaign against Israel. Israel calls Islamic jihadists terrorists and kills them selectively.

Geography of Gaza

Gaza is divided into five administrative regions. These include Northern Gaza, Gaza City, Deir al-Ballah, Khan Younis and Rafah Administrative Regions. The Gaza Strip, which borders Israel and Egypt on the Mediterranean coast, has an area of ​​about 365 square kilometers. The Gaza Strip is one of the most densely populated areas in the world. Its population is said to be 21 lakhs. This region of Palestine has been under Israel’s sea, land and air blockade for 15 years.

Israel has been destroying Palestinians by waging four wars in 15 years

Israel has waged four wars in Palestine territory since 2008, in which thousands of people, mostly civilians, have been killed. The 2008-9 war lasted for 23 days, 2012’s eight days, 2014’s 50 days and 2021’s war lasted for 11 days. Rocket attacks in the 2008 war killed 1,400 Palestinians and 13 Israelis. In 2012, Israel killed Hamas military chief of staff Ahmed Jabari in an eight-day air strike in Palestine.

In 2014, three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped in Hamas, resulting in a seven-week war that killed more than 2,100 people in Gaza. Among those killed were 67 soldiers and 73 Israelis. In 2018, Palestinians demonstrated at a fenced border in Gaza. The Israeli army attacked to send them back. Over 170 Palestinian civilians were killed in months of protests over fighting between Hamas and Israeli forces.

In 2021, a war broke out between Israel and Hamas over the Al-Aqsa Mosque complex in Jerusalem. Hundreds of Palestinians were accused of wounding by Israeli security forces in the Al Aqsa mosque complex. Hamas asked Israel to withdraw security forces from the compound. In response, Israel launched air strikes in the Gaza Strip. Rockets were also launched by Israel from Gaza. In the 11-day war, 260 Palestinians and 13 Israelis were killed in Gaza. Now at the beginning of this month, the Israel-Palestine conflict is gaining momentum once again. Israel has so far killed more than thirty Palestinians in airstrikes. Israeli attacks have also caused heavy damage to buildings, hospitals and educational institutions in the Gaza Strip.

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What is the dispute?

In the 19th century, the entire land of Israel was known as Palestine. Jews were scattered in Europe, they were exploited a lot. Jews started the Zionist movement to migrate to Palestine. There were also tricks of the British rule. Gradually the number of Jews started increasing in the area of ​​Palestine and they started buying land there. Due to the increase in the number of Jews and the purchase of land by them there, their supremacy increased. After this the Jews started expelling the Palestinians. During the Second World War, 42 million Jews under Hitler’s regime were killed by putting gas chambers. Then the Jews felt that there was no safer place for them than Palestine.

After the Second World War, the issue of Jews and Palestinians went to the newly formed United Nations. From there it was decided to give Israel where the majority of the Jews are, and Palestine to the rest of the Arab majority. In Jerusalem, both sides had almost equal populations, so the United Nations said that international control law would apply there. After this, the newly created Israel had a war with neighboring countries, as a result, the entire West Bank was occupied by Jordan and the Gaza Strip went under the control of Egypt. Some place was left of Palestine, it was occupied by Israel.

As a result of the war, Israel annexed fifty percent of Palestine and seven million Palestinians had to leave the country and become refugees. In 1967 Israel and neighboring countries fought again, after which Israel snatched the Gaza Strip from Egypt and the West Bank from Jordan. In 1993, the Oslo Accords Agreement was reached, under which it was decided that Palestine would accept Israel as an international state and in return it would democratically control the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. The agreement was made for five years, could not be done again. After this there were many violent clashes and Palestine suffered more.

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