Israeli Airstrikes in Gaza: Latest Updates (UPDATED)

Israeli air raid on Gaza. (Photo: via Twitter)

Wednesday, November 14

Lieberman Resigns

12:00 am (GMT + 3)

Defence Minister Avigdor Lieberman resigns over Gaza ceasefire.

Tuesday, November 13

Gaza Under Attack – The Ceasefire

9:00 pm (GMT + 3)

Palestinians in the Gaza Strip march to celebrate the end of the Israeli aggression on their besieged enclave.

6:00 pm (GMT + 3)

Factions in besieged enclave say they have agreed to an Egyptian-brokered truce to end major flare-up of violence.

4:30 pm (GMT + 3)

One Palestinian was killed and at least three others were injured in Israeli airstrikes targeting the besieged Gaza Strip, on Tuesday afternoon, despite reports of a ceasefire agreement.

4:30 pm (GMT + 3)

PA President Mahmoud Abbas schedules an urgent meeting as Israel continues aggression on Gaza.

1:30 pm (GMT + 3)

A senior Israeli political source said the government had suspended contacts with Egypt and the United Nations regarding a truce with the Gaza Strip.

11:o0 am (GMT + 3)

Israeli airstrikes demolished the Al Yazji building which consists of many national and educational institutions including a kindergarten.

10:o0 am (GMT + 3)

At least 5 people have been killed in the Israeli attack in the Southern Gaza Strip.

Along with the air raids, Israeli artillery units also shelled positions across the besieged enclave.

Monday, November 12

Gaza Under Attack

10:30 pm (GMT + 3)

Israeli fighter jets destroyed its headquarters of the Al-Aqsa TV station.

7:30 pm (GMT + 3)

A third Palestinian, Ahmad Mousa Al-Nahhal (27) is reportedly killed today in an Israeli bombing on Rafah city.

7:00 pm (GMT + 3)

Palestinian paramedics identified two Palestinians killed in Israeli airstrike in Gaza: Mohammad al-Tatari (27), and Mohammad Odeh (22).

6:00 pm (GMT + 3)

Israel’s military has said it was carrying out airstrikes “throughout the Gaza Strip” following a barrage of rocket fire from the Palestinian enclave towards its territory.

The announcement on Monday came shortly after rocket fire from the besieged Palestinian enclave hit an Israeli bus. At least one person was injured in the attack, AFP news agency said.

The announcement on Monday came shortly after rocket fire from the besieged Palestinian enclave hit an Israeli bus. At least one person was injured in the attack, AFP news agency said.

The incident came as thousands of Palestinians took part in protests following the killing of seven Palestinians by Israeli forces in Gaza on Sunday evening.

(AJE, PC, Social Media)

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