Israel’s Ongoing Conflict with Gaza: Recap of important events on Day 112 | Gaza-Israel News


The International Court of Justice will deliver its response to South Africa’s request for emergency measures to protect Palestinians in Gaza at 1pm local time in The Hague.

An Israeli attack in Gaza killed at least 11 people, and heavy fighting is taking place at hospitals in Khan Younis.

The United Nations trade body warned that global trade is being disrupted by various conflicts and crises around the world.

In Georgia, a bill was passed to define anti-Semitism in state law to help prosecutors identify hate crimes targeting Jewish people.

At least 200 people were killed and 370 injured in Gaza in a 24-hour period, and at least 20 were killed and 150 injured when Israeli forces fired on Palestinians waiting for humanitarian assistance.

The heads of intelligence services of Israel, Egypt, and the US, along with the Qatari prime minister, are negotiating a deal between Israel and Hamas for a pause in fighting and the release of captives.

US Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin reiterated US support for Israel’s right to defend itself and efforts to ensure aid is made accessible to Gaza.

The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) called on President Joe Biden to denounce the Israeli attack in Gaza, and a Hamas official called Israel’s efforts to create a buffer zone along its border with Gaza a “blatant aggression” against the Palestinian people.


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