Violence against Israel and Palestine: Horror of Israeli police break into the home of their families.
Brutal footage showed children shouting in fear when a group of Israeli cops forced their way into the house of the Palestinian family.
On Friday, as fatal violence erupted in the West Bank, Israel was faced with the widening conflict, with the massive air bombardment in Gaza, and the unequaled unrest among Arabs and Jews in Gaza.
As described by the West Bank, 11 people were killed from Israeli fire after the second Intifada that began in 2000, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said that the deaths resulting from Gaza strikes totalled 126.
Brutal footage has come to show that Israel’s police appear to break up into the homes of Palestinian Haifans as they desperately try to keep them away from their homes.
The film, which is posted on Twitter, shows a number of men trying to hold the door closed while the police slammed them and pressed them from the other side of the door.
You can heard women and children shouting and weeping while the police break into the house.
Another video shows that a man’s officer is forced to go to ground before another officer arrives and starts to hit him with a baton.
This is the terrifying reality many Palestinians have been living in an Israel settling colony, said a woman who posted the video, Riya Al’Sanah.
On Friday, Israel bombed Hamas-run Gaza with artillery and air strikes, intensifying a still-living conflict after a new barrage of rocket fire.
The Israeli army said it was operating overnight in Gaza with fighter jets and tanks that struck a network of Hamas tunnels dug into civil areas. The bombing saw enormous fireballs turning orange in the night sky as explosions shook the ground. AFP correspondents have reported that towers and homes have been levelled, while rockets are tearing over the skies in Israel.
The bombing was compared by Muhammad Najib, a 16-year-old resident of Rimal district, Gaza City. “It’s like an appalling movie,” he said.
AFP said that Gazans “who have been in war since childhood….cannot bear it any more,” around Rayd al-Baghdadi, one of several people who fled from their homes in a shell. On the edge of the blockaded territory, Israeli soldiers massed on Friday and military spokesperson Jonathan Conricus reported the mistaken overnight entry to Gaza on land forces.
It comes as an inspiring video of a Palestinian community watching bombs fall away in the midst of the start of Eid al-Fitr festivities, marking the end of Ramadan’s Moslem holy fasts month. The image shows several kids on the street with some playing on a trampoline as in the background audible explosions.
The video was first published by Twitter user @AmjadJrr and over 1.4 million times viewed and shared worldwide.
Social media users called the footage “surreal” by using the hashtag #gazaunderattack to show Palestinians their support during the attack.
Gaza’s health minister said that 119 Palestinian victims have been killed in the conflict, including 31 children, and over 830 injured. It is estimated by Israel that over 30 Hamas leaders and their Islamic Jihad ally were killed.
One woman in her fifties died late Thursday after her rocket hunting shelter brought the death toll on the Israeli side to nine, including one child and one of her soldiers, by the Sheba Medical Center.
Since Munday, the conflict in Gaza intensified following the rockets fired by Hamas to Jerusalem by territorial rulers after clashes ahead of the Israeli nationalist march, daily conflicts have arisen in the West bank.
Friday West Bank clashes in various sites have injured more than 100 people, including tear gas and rubber bullets, said the Palestinian Red Crescent.
In the wave of violence in the West Bank on Friday, the Gaza conflict continued with Israel’s forces bombing a Palestinian rocket fire.
The Iron Dome has been in operation since 2009.
Iron Dome of Israel: this is the clandestine weapon
Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other armed groups fired more than 1800 rockets since Monday — mainly to the south cities, but also in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. Israel’s Iron Dome defense system has intercepted hundreds.
The Iron Dome is a fully-wetted air defense system that identifies, intercepts and kills short-range missiles and shells from a distance of 4-70 Km, implemented in 2011 with heavy financial and technical support from the United States.
In the 1990s during the Israeli conflict with the Lebanese Shia group Hezbollah the system was first conceptualised, and Israelis claim that the system had a success rate of 90%.
It is only effective to an extent while it is protected Israel against rocket attacks. The Dome is also confined to weapons that it can intercept, and it cannot destroy more sophisticated ballistic missile attacks. The Israeli government was criticized as well as its priority financing of the Iron Dome, which is neglecting other defenses by detractors.
Guy Mann, an Israeli-minded Israeli military radio operator on Tuesday, said his house was not protected and was then destroyed by a rocket in Ashcalon in southern Israel,
“The Iron Dome and luck can only be relied on,” he said.
Israel’s mobile violence
The unprecedented outbreak of mass violence between Jews and Arabs within Israel also accompanied four Days of Struggle in Gaza as two groups attacked each other and sites of worship.
Benny Gantz, Israeli Defense Minister, ordered a “massive strengthening” in order to suppress internal unrest.
This week, Police Speaker Micky Rosenfeld said that over 750 people were arrested, including more than 100 over the course of the night.
Rosenfeld informed the AFP at Lod, where a Jewish Israeli shot an Arab man on Monday, that he had been buried outside the synagogue overnight, while 43 were arrested.
Jewish Israelis were being held in Netanya and Beersheba “searching for trouble” while Arab citizens attacked police and police stations with petroleum and gas bombs in other towns, he added. He said.
A fifth of Israel’s Palestinian Arab citizens have been angry about Israeli police in Jerusalem, who storm the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, where police say Palestinians attacked with stones and fireworks officers.
In one of the most shocking events, a far-right Jewish mob beat an Arab man in Bat Yam near Tel Aviv on Wednesday, leaving him seriously injured. She is also killed by a far-right Jewish mob.
The police have increased their use of force, warning Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that they have the ‘option’ of deploying soldiers in cities. He said late Thursday, “We’m not going to tolerate anarchy. “Nothing justifies the lynching of Jews of the Arabs, nothing justifies the lynching of Arabs by the Jews,” he said.
The Israeli AudiTT has stated that it is sending incoming flights to Tel Aviv offshore when rockets are fired from Gaza and pilots decide whether to divert to Ramon airport in the south or wait until a prescription is checked.
In an attempt to halt air traffic towards Israel, Hamas announced that it had fired a rocket at Ramon.
UN clash between China and the US
As Secretary General Anthony Guterres demanded “a cessation of hostilities,” the UN declared that the Supreme Council would meet on Sunday to address conflict.
After Washington stopped meeting the council on Friday, China accused the United States of “ignoring the sufferings” of Muslims.
The Hamas rocket fire against Israel was said to have been “terroristic attacks,” according to German Chancellor Angela Merkel spokesman. Various international airlines – KLM, British Airways, Virgin, Lufthansa and Iberia – canceled the air raids.
The conflict was reduced by few signs.
Anti-Semitism claims during demonstrations
Meanwhile, on Friday a senior EU official denounced an outbreak of anti-Semitic struggles against the Jewish communities and buildings of Europe.
The European Commission’s Vice President, Margaritis Schinas, has urged EU member states to do so because anti-Semitic slogans and vandalism were seen by some protesters.
“The recent assaults on Jewish communities and premises in the EU are deeply concerned,” Schinas tweeted. “These are obvious expressions that must be loudly condemned of antisemitism.
“We stand with our Jewish communities and urge our member states to keep their security vigilant.”
Mr. Schinas told AFP that he reported on anti-Jewish communities in Germany, Austria, Spain and the UK.
Previously, Chancellor Angela Merkel had warned that, following Israeli flags burned by protesters, Germany would not tolerate antisemitic demonstrations. In the meantime, France has prohibited a Saturday-planned pro-Palestinian demonstration. Didier Lallement, head of the Paris Police, said he was afraid that the demonstrations would trigger disorder and “acts against Israeli interests and synagogues.”