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Israel vows to continue with strikes as long as necessary

Israel PM vows to continue with strikes as long as necessary

Israel through Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyau has vowed to respond forcefully through strikes against Palestine in Gaza area.

The conflict which enters its eight day has claimed the lives of three Palestine as at Sunday as confirmed by Israel. Responding to the attacks, Palestine launched several rockets aimed at Israel capital of Tel Aviv.

Responding to the conflict was the International Community which urged both sides to find a solution to their differences.

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U.S President Joe Biden is reported to have called leaders from both sides that is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyau and President Mahmoud Abbas expressing his concerns in regard to the situation.

The strikes which began on Monday has claimed 10 lives in Israel including those of children and claimed 148 lives in Palestine, out of which 41 of them were children as confirmed by health officials in Palestine.

Speaking in regard to the situation, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyau vowed that the strikes will continue as long as necessary promising to limit civilian deathsas many people are reported to have moved to safer areas.

On Saturday, the strikes destroyed a 15-storey building in Palestine that houses several media houses including Al Jazeera and Associated Press among others. Israel issued a statement afterwards claiming that the building sheltered some of Hamas weapons.

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