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Total Casualties to the Israeli War Cabinet in the US

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Total Casualties to the Israeli War Cabinet in the US

Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia – Israel continues to attack the Gaza region, Palestine. This is part of the Jewish State’s operation to eradicate the Hamas militia, which attacked southern Israel on October 7 and killed 1,200 residents.

The following is the development of the battle as summarized CNBC IndonesiaTuesday (5/3/2024):



1. Total Casualties

The Health Ministry in the Gaza Strip said the death toll of Palestinians killed by Israeli forces since October 7 had risen to 30,631. In addition, 72,043 others were injured.

“The Israeli occupation carried out 10 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, leaving 97 people dead and 123 injured over the past 24 hours,” the ministry said on its Telegram page.

2. Türkiye Captures Israeli Intel

Türkiye arrests 7 people for alleged ties to Mossad. The suspects are accused of collecting information about individuals and companies operating in Turkey, as well as installing tracking devices.

One of those arrested was a Turkish private detective and former public official. The man allegedly underwent training by Mossad in Belgrade, Serbia, and purportedly received payments through cryptocurrency.

The arrests mark Turkey’s third crackdown on alleged Mossad activity on its territory this year. In January, Turkish authorities arrested 15 people and deported eight others accused of collaborating with Mossad to target Palestinians in the country.

In February, Türkiye arrested seven people. They also allegedly provided information to the Mossad to make money.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been one of Israel’s most vocal critics amid the war in Gaza. He called Israel a “terror state” that committed “genocide”.

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3. India Warning Citizens in Israel

The Indian Embassy in Israel has issued a statement warning its citizens visiting or working in border areas to move to safe areas in Israel. This comes after an Indian man was reportedly killed in a missile attack on the Margaliot community in northern Israel.

4. WHO Shouts at Gaza

The World Health Organization (WHO) said that malnutrition in Gaza was “extreme”. WHO Representative for Gaza and the West Bank, Richard Peeperkorn, said the situation was very serious, especially in North Gaza.

He said one in six children under the age of two suffers from acute malnutrition in northern Gaza. “This happened in January. So the situation might be worse this time,” added Peeperkorn.

5. Houthi Attack Expands

Houthi military spokesman Yahya Sarea said that his party had targeted the Israeli ship, MSC SKY, in the Arabian Sea. Sarea said the incident occurred hours after a separate operation by Yemen’s Houthi group targeting a number of United States (US) warships in the Red Sea.

“The Yemeni Armed Forces navy carried out a targeting operation against the Israeli ship MSC SKY in the Arabian Sea with a number of appropriate naval missiles, and the attack was accurate and direct,” Sarea said in a televised address.

“Through these two operations, (we) confirmed our ability to target warships and non-warships simultaneously,” he said.

In recent months, the Houthis have launched attacks on ships affiliated or linked to Israel and its allies as a form of solidarity with Palestinian militias, Hamas and Gaza residents. Meanwhile, MSC Sky’s operator, MSC, said the ship continued its journey to Djibouti for further checks.

“The missile caused a small fire which has been extinguished and no crew were injured. She is currently continuing her journey to Djibouti and will arrive today for further checks,” MSC said in a statement.

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6. Israel bulldozes Palestinian gardens

Ibrahim al-Haroub, head of the Wadi Fukin village council, told the news agency He died that Tel Aviv forces raided the Abu Siaj village area near the Israeli settlement of Tzur Hadassah, which was built illegally on Palestinian land. Not only that, Israeli troops also bulldozed around 10 hectares of land that had become an olive grove.

It is recorded that the garden has become home to 400 olive seedlings. Israeli attacks on Palestinian land increased after October 7, with settlers and soldiers committing acts of vandalism, bulldozing, and uprooting Palestinian trees.

7. Israeli War Cabinet Meets US Secretary of State

Israeli war cabinet minister Benny Gantz is scheduled to meet US Secretary of State Antony Blinken today in Washington DC. This was done after Gantz met Vice President Kamala Harris yesterday.

In every meeting with US officials, Gantz stated the importance of eliminating Hamas’ threats to Israel. The minister said on the X platform that all parties found a solution to send humanitarian aid to Gaza that reached the people, not Hamas.

“I emphasize the need to achieve all objectives of military operations to enable a better future for the entire region,” his statement added.

Meanwhile, despite meeting US officials, several reports citing government sources said the Israeli minister’s trip angered Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who ordered the Israeli embassy in the US not to facilitate the visit.’

This happened after Gantz also emphasized the importance of establishing an international authority in Gaza in his meeting in Washington.

“I emphasize the importance of the current efforts to form an international government [di Gaza] working together with countries in the region and within the framework of strengthening the normalization process,” said Gantz.

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