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Today Israel Hamas News Live Updates : People inspect damage after a raid by Israeli forces in the Nur Shams refugee camp in the occupied West Bank on April 21
People inspect damage after a raid by Israeli forces in the Nur Shams refugee camp in the occupied West Bank on April 21

The Israeli military concludes a deadly raid on an occupied West Bank refugee camp

Israeli troops have wrapped up a two-day operation in the Nur al-Shams refugee camp near Tulkarm, situated in the occupied West Bank, as confirmed by the Israel Defense Forces to NFL on Sunday.

Visuals from the offensive on the camp, evidently one of the largest in the West Bank since October 7, depict concrete slabs and rubble scattered across the area.

According to reports from the Palestinian Ministry of Health and official news agency Wafa on Saturday, at least 14 individuals, including one child, lost their lives in the raid.

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The IDF asserted that security forces eliminated 10 “terrorists” and apprehended “eight wanted suspects” during its “extensive counterterrorism” operation, commencing on Thursday.

Attacks on Palestinians: particularly in the occupied West Bank, amidst Israel’s offensive in Gaza.

According to the Palestinian Ministry of Health, an ambulance driver from the Palestine Red Crescent Society lost his life while transporting Palestinians injured in a settler attack in the West Bank on Saturday.

Human Rights Watch disclosed that Israeli settler assaults on Palestinians in the occupied territory reached their highest point in 2023 since the UN began recording data in 2006.

The health ministry reported that at least 483 Palestinians have been killed by settlers or IDF soldiers in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem since October 7.

The escalation in violence by extremist settlers has prompted increased sanctions by the US and EU.

In Gaza, Hamas has condemned new US military aid as “green light” for “aggression” against Israel.

Smoke rises during an Israeli bombardment in Gaza City on April 18
Smoke rises during an Israeli bombardment in Gaza City on April 18 Credit: Getty Images

Hamas strongly condemned the United States House of Representatives’ approval of a more than $26 billion foreign aid package for Israel, saying it violated “all international laws and humanitarian norms.”

The Palestinian militant group sees the funding as reinforcing US participation in Israel's campaign, which, they say, has led to the systematic destruction of cities, neighborhoods and all civilian facilities, leading to the deaths of tens of thousands of innocent people. Infrastructure in the Gaza Strip. An announcement to this effect was released on Sunday.

The US administration and President Joe Biden hold Hamas personally “politically, legally and morally” responsible for what they describe as war crimes in Gaza. The bill provides a “green light” for Israel to continue its “brutal aggression” in the Strip, Hamas said.

The US House passed the Israel Security Supplemental Appropriations Act on Saturday by a vote of 366-58.

Meeting with Hamas leader in Turkey, Erdogan discusses need for ceasefire

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with top Hamas politician Ismail Haniyeh in the capital Istanbul on Saturday to discuss the “urgent need” for humanitarian aid and a ceasefire in Gaza, his office said.

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President Erdogan reiterated Turkey's diplomatic efforts to raise awareness of the plight of the Palestinians in the international community at the meeting, the Turkish presidency said. He stressed the need for an end to the atrocities and highlighted the urgent need for a permanent ceasefire.

It was the first meeting between Erdogan and Haniyeh since Israel launched its military invasion of Gaza following the October 7 attack by Hamas. Earlier this week, the Hamas leader held talks with Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan in Doha.

Erdogan said Turkey had provided more than 45,000 tons of humanitarian aid to Gaza “to alleviate some of the suffering” and would continue to do so.

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