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|Posté le: Lun 14 Juil - 02:05 (2014) Sujet du message: JUSTICE DES MINEURS : LA CHANCELLERIE DEMENT VOULOIR L'ETENDRE AUX 18-21 ANS
|JUSTICE DES MINEURS : LA CHANCELLERIE DEMENT VOULOIR L'ETENDRE AUX 18-21 ANS
Si ce projet de la sorcière Taubira se concrétise, cela voudra dire complète immunité pour la racaille islamique qui fout le bordel et qui sème la terreur, de plus en plus, dans plusieurs départements de la France.
Publié le 12.07.2014, 07h41 | Mise à jour : 12h58
La ministre de la Justice Christiane Taubira souhaite «respécialiser» la justice des mineurs et faire étendre « la primauté de l'éducation sur la sanction». | Stéphane de Sakutin
Le porte-parole de la Chancellerie, Pierre Rancé dément les informations concernant la réforme de la justice des mineurs, publiées dans Le Figaro de ce samedi. «La Chancellerie n'a aucune réaction à donner ni aucun commentaire à faire sur un texte qui n'existe pas, qui n'est pas prévu avant 2015.
SUR LE MÊME SUJET
(...) Ce qui est publié par le Figaro n'est qu'un assemblage de morceaux de consultations et de bribes de débats, présentés comme des éléments tangibles alors qu'aucune décision n'a été prise et qu'aucun texte n'a été arrêté», a-t-il précisé. Selon lui, le journal «évoque même des pistes dont certaines ont déjà été abandonnées»
Le Figaro annonçait que la garde des Sceaux, Christiane Taubira projetterait d'étendre la justice des mineurs aux 18-21 ans, en affirmant s'être procuré les documents préparatoires de la future réforme que le gouvernement entend présenter au premier semestre 2015.
Déjà «contestée par les professionnels» selon le quotidien, la réforme prévoit que les juges des enfants seront seuls habilités à suivre ces jeunes adultes alors qu'ils relèvent aujourd'hui de la responsabilité des juges de l'application des peines, compétents pour les adultes.
Selon Le Figaro, Christiane Taubira «veut adoucir la justice des mineurs» et «pousser au maximum le principe de l'excuse». De plus, comme l'avait promis François Hollande, le projet de loi entend supprimer les tribunaux correctionnels pour mineurs. Ces derniers ont été créés sous la présidence Sarkozy et avaient pour but de juger les mineurs de plus de 16 ans, poursuivis pour des délits commis en récidive et punis d'au moins 3 ans d'emprisonnement.
Autre proposition faite par la Direction de la Protection Judiciaire de la Jeunesse (DPJJ), celle de généraliser le «principe de césure du procès des mineurs». Celui-ci se fera désormais en deux temps : une première reconnaissance de culpabilité au cours de laquelle seraient prises en compte les éventuelles demandes des victimes, puis «une audience de jugement au terme d'une période d'investigation sur la situation du mineur et/ou de mise à l'épreuve de six mois renouvelable une fois».
Ce projet de loi souhaite «respécialiser» la justice des mineurs et faire étendre « la primauté de l'éducation sur la sanction».
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|Posté le: Lun 14 Juil - 17:06 (2014) Sujet du message: L'EIIL : "NOUS ALLONS LIBERER L'ESPAGNE"
L'EIIL : "NOUS ALLONS LIBERER L'ESPAGNE"
Avec un regard sur la situation présente, il est clair que ce Califat va s'étendre dans le monde entier. Devons-nous croire ce que nous rapporte le groupe l'EIIL sur ce qui nous est rapporté?
..."L’EIIL a diffusé au début de ce mois une carte géographique des zones que le groupe entend « libérer » dans les cinq prochaines années, et qui s'étend de l'Espagne à la Chine. En Europe, outre l’Andalousie, le groupe revendique la Grèce, la Roumanie et la Bulgarie comme faisant partie du Califat..."
Je pense qu'après le crash économique, ce Calife va s'intensifier dans tous les pays.
Créé le 10 juillet 2014 Mis à jour le 10 juillet 2014 Publié le 10 juillet 2014 Écrit par folamour
Alors, c'est le moment de vous rappelez QUI finance ces islamistes radicaux, qui ensuite servent d'excuse (comme aux États-Unis) pour imposer des DICTATURES.... Que les gens dans d'autres circonstances n'auraient pas accepté.... Bah oui ! C'est pour votre sécurité ma bonne dame !...
Un groupe de djihadistes qui affirme faire partie du mouvement terroriste musulman de l’Etat islamique en Irak et au Levant (EIIL), vient de diffuser une vidéo sur le web dans laquelle il affirme qu’il va « envahir l'Espagne et tous les autres territoires occupés ».
Les hommes expliquent que l'Espagne est la terre de leurs ancêtres et qu'ils sont prêts à mourir pour la création de leur Etat islamique.
L’Espagne est en plein tumulte, après que les médias espagnols ont montré cette vidéo dans laquelle on voit ces hommes s’exprimant en espagnol proclamer que l’EIIL reprendra les territoires de « Jakarta à l’Andalousie »:
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ib1WlP-ae7I
« Je vous le dis, l'Espagne est la terre de nos ancêtres, et si Allah le veut, nous allons la libérer, avec le pouvoir d’Allah. Je le dis au monde entier à titre d’avertissement : nous vivons sous la bannière islamique, le califat islamique. Et nous mourrons pour elle jusqu'à ce que nous ayons libéré tous les territoires occupés, de Jakarta à l’Andalousie ».
Le groupe terroriste EIIL, qui s’est dissocié d’Al-Qaida au début de cette année, et a commencé à s’emparer de villes et de régions en Irak au début du mois de juin, est maintenant connu pour sa violence. Au cours des dernières semaines, il s’est livré à des exécutions massives sur les Chiites des territoires conquis, et a immédiatement introduit une forme médiévale de la charia dans ces régions. Son chef, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, a récemment proclamé la création d’un Califat qui s'étend de la province de Diyala, à l’Est de l’Irak, à la ville syrienne d'Alep, au nord de la Syrie.
L’EIIL a diffusé au début de ce mois une carte géographique des zones que le groupe entend « libérer » dans les cinq prochaines années, et qui s'étend de l'Espagne à la Chine. En Europe, outre l’Andalousie, le groupe revendique la Grèce, la Roumanie et la Bulgarie comme faisant partie du Califat.
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|Posté le: Lun 14 Juil - 17:38 (2014) Sujet du message: L'HISTOIRE SE REPETE : L'UKRAINE UTILISE DES CAMPS DE CONCENTRATION POUR FILTRER LA DISSIDENCE /SECRETARY OF DEFENCE ABOUT CONCENTRATION CAMP FOR EASTERN UKRAINE PEOPLE.
L'HISTOIRE SE REPETE : L'UKRAINE UTILISE DES CAMPS DE CONCENTRATION POUR FILTRER LA DISSIDENCE
SECRETARY OF DEFENCE ABOUT CONCENTRATION CAMP FOR EASTERN UKRAINE PEOPLE.
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14 Juillet 2014
Les indépendantistes dans des camps,y compris les femmes.
Tout d'abord, le cessez le feu qui avait été déclaré par Porochenko n'a jamais été suivi dans les faits, l'armée a continué ses opérations comme si de rien n'était. RT indique que, récemment, l'armée ukrainienne a commencé à faire des rafles pour trouver ce qu'elle estime être des collaborateurs des indépendantistes. Les locaux indiquent qu'il y aurait des exécutions.
De manière plus globale, le secrétaire de la défense ukrainienne avait affirmé le mois dernier que des camps de filtrations seraient mis en place pour détecter tous les indépendantistes, même les femmes, et qu'ils seraient envoyés dans plusieurs régions. On assiste donc bien à une épuration ethnique. Le terme camp de filtration n'est ni plus ni moins qu'un terme politiquement correct pour désigner des camps de concentration qui ont d'ailleurs été prévue depuis plusieurs mois d'après ce reportage et qui sont voués à enfermer ceux que le premier ministre ukrainien qualifient de "sous-hommes".
Le portail russe Pravda indique que ces camps commencent à être utilisés depuis ce Lundi ce qui confirme que le document fuité de la Rand Corporation disait vrai. Pendant que l'Europe ignore tout de ces pratiques ignobles grâce à ses médias complaisants, on constate que l'histoire se répète...encore et encore.
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|Posté le: Mar 15 Juil - 00:12 (2014) Sujet du message: FRANCE : TAUBIRAPTOR VA ENCORE FRAPPER !
|FRANCE : TAUBIRAPTOR VA ENCORE FRAPPER !
FRANCE : PALESTINE DEMO CLASHES OUTSIDE SYNAGOGUE
Voici le genre de personnes qui pourraient être protégées sous cette nouvelle loi et qui a pour but d'amener le chaos et un génocide certain, en France pour ensuite pouvoir, quand tout sera à feu et à sac, pouvoir faire rentrer l'armée pour lutter contre ce chaos orchestré de toute pièce. Quand les démons règnent, il ne peut qu'arriver que du malheur. Les images sont assez explicites dans ce vidéo.
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Posté le 13 juillet 2014 par balboa78
On croyait le Taubiraptor, un des plus dangereux prédateurs de la gauche au pouvoir, sur le départ, c’était prendre nos désirs pour des réalités. La saison 1, avec la dénaturation du mariage et le droit à l’enfant, est presque oubliée. La saison 2 vient juste de tirer son rideau avec une réforme pénale dont les conséquences feront l’objet d’une saison spéciale à partir de 2017. Mais déjà s’annonce la saison 3 qui verra Taubiraptor frapper encore plus fort en s’attaquant à la justice des mineurs.
Le projet Taubira est simple :
La délinquance des mineurs explose … Il faut donc adoucir leur justice !
Comme le note Yves Thréard dans le Figaro de ce week-end : « Il s’agit d’une nouvelle provocation du garde des sceaux qui entend marquer son territoire face à un premier ministre réputé plus réaliste sur le front de la sécurité. Il faut flatter cette partie de la gauche qu’indignent la moindre punition à l’école, la moindre sanction contre ceux qui troublent l’ordre public« . Yves Thréard poursuit : « Alors qu’il conviendrait de réformer les ordonnances de 1945 pour les muscler, Christiane Taubira plaide pour la clémence. Au nécessaire durcissement des peines, elle oppose un laxisme inspiré des pires théories soixante-huitardes« .
Les 3 points sensibles du projet Taubira
1 – La suppression des tribunaux correctionnels pour mineurs
Mesure phare de l’ère Sarkozy, elle ne visait qu’à professionnaliser la justice pour les plus de 16 ans commettant les faits les plus graves – c’est-à-dire les délits punis de peine de prison d’au moins trois ans et commis en état de récidive légale.
Leur suppression a été la monnaie d’échange entre le gouvernement et les sénateurs pour emporter leur vote sur la réforme pénale. Elle suit en tous cas le même principe que l’élargissement de la justice des mineurs aux 18-21 ans.
2 – L’élargissement de la justice des mineurs aux 18-21 ans
Cela constituera le vrai point de rupture avec la droite. Il s’agit « d’étendre les prérogatives du juge des enfants dans le suivi des jeunes majeurs de 18 à 21 ans« . Cela signifie concrètement que les juges des enfants seront seuls compétents à suivre ces jeunes adultes alors qu’à partir de 18 ans, ils relèvent actuellement de la responsabilité du juge d’application des peines (un juge pour adulte).
Pour beaucoup de praticiens, ce point pose problème. Tout d’abord : « cela crée une rupture d’égalité entre les justiciables. celui, sans passé judiciaire, sera jugé en tant que majeur devant un tribunal correctionnel normal (pour adulte) tandis que le multi-récidiviste ayant été plusieurs fois condamné par la justice des mineurs bénéficiera d’un droit pénal plus doux ! »
C’est presque, donc, un encouragement à commencer la délinquance avant l’âge de 18 ans !
Un juge de la région parisienne dénonce : « la confusion que ce dispositif créera chez les jeunes déjà en manque de repère pour qui avoir 18 ans ne signifiera plus rien« .
3 – La « césure » du procès
Le projet propose « la généralisation du principe de la césure du procès qui deviendrait l’unique modalité procédurale du jugement des mineurs« . Désormais tout procès des mineurs se déroulerait en deux temps :
- Une reconnaissance de culpabilité au cours de laquelle seraient prises en compte les demandes des parties civiles,
- Puis une « audience de jugement intervenant au terme d’une période d’investigation sur la situation du mineur et ou de mise à l’épreuve de six mois renouvelable une fois« , dans l’espoir que le mineur s’amende pendant ce temps.
Sur ce point, beaucoup de magistrats tiquent. Tous estiment que la vertu de l’ordonnance de 1945 tient en sa souplesse intrinsèque qui permet de s’adapter à chaque cas particulier. « Pour les primodélinquants et les multirécidivistes au long court, cette systématisation n’a pas de sens car elle induit, pour les premiers, une mécanique trop lourde et pour les seconds une absence de réponse forte immédiate. Cette disposition ne doit pas être systématisée ».
« Le temps est une donnée capitale pour les mineurs« , souligne un magistrat. « S’il se passe trop de temps entre la garde à vue et le jugement, sema donne un sentiment d’impunité ».
Une fois de plus Christiane Taubira, droite dans ses bottes d’idéologue sectaire, méprise le sentiment majoritaire du peuple. Elle est la digne représentante de cette élite (de gauche, mais aussi malheureusement de droite) qui sait mieux que les Français ce qui est bon pour eux.
La droite aura-t-elle le courage de revenir sur toutes ces mesures de laxisme généralisé qui ne vont faire qu’encourager la délinquance des mineurs ? Pour ma part, aux prochaines présidentielles, je ne voterai que pour un candidat qui s’y sera fermement engagé.
Pour info, voici une caricature trouvée sur le blog « Pauvre france« .
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|TX TOWN ENFORCES "ZERO TOLERANCE" POLICY FOR TALL GRASS WITH FINES & JAIL TIME
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|Posté le: Jeu 17 Juil - 00:00 (2014) Sujet du message: IT’S GOING TO GET VERY UGLY! REVOLUTION HAS BEGUN IN 237 COMMUNITIES AND COUNTING (VIDEOS)
IT’S GOING TO GET VERY UGLY! REVOLUTION HAS BEGUN IN 237 COMMUNITIES AND COUNTING (VIDEOS)
All under the Vatican control to achieve the destruction of America. At the same times were evangelical christians all around the US are moving in the Revival pagan festivals under World Vision, a Caritas organization..
Wednesday, July 16, 2014 5:30
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By Susan Duclos
People may not be aware of what is happening all across America because the MSM hasn’t been reporting it, but a revolution has begun, Americans are fighting back, pushing against the illegal actions of Barack Obama and others, and it is getting uglier by the day.
A massive protest scheduled for July 18 and 19 across the United States is aimed at stopping the influx of Central American children flooding across the border, and more than a dozen smaller community protests already have played roles in stopping the children from being brought there.
237 communities, with more joining every day, are fighting back against the invasion of the United States of America, of illegal aliens being shipped into their communities. Michigan, Arizona, Virginia all the way across the country to California, protests are being organized, local politicians are proposing bills and the federal governments plans to house the influx of illegal immigrants are being stopped dead in their tracks. A list of some of the communities can be found at WMD. More bad news for the Obama administration comes from a whistleblower who says that border patrol and police threatened to stand down in the most highly publicized case yet in Murrieta, California, if the FEDS attempted to use illegal force against the protesters. While pro-amnesty groups claim “these are just children, watch the first video below of some of these illegal immigrants coming off a bus at Walmart to use “government money” aka taxpayer funds to go shopping!!! Those are NOT small children.
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|MAJOR WIN! LAS VEGAS POLICE REFUSE TO COMPLY WITH FEDS!
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|IOWA GOV. TO FEDS : 'DON'T DUMP ILLEGALS IN MY STATE'
We will see soon if it's not a game to bring UN troops in those cities.
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|Posté le: Ven 18 Juil - 12:18 (2014) Sujet du message: MALAYSIA AIRLINES JET SHOT DOWN : THREE POSSIBLE SCENARIOS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR RUSSIA AND UKRAINE
FAKE CRASH SITE MH 17 HOAX
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MALAYSIA AIRLINES JET SHOT DOWN : THREE POSSIBLE SCENARIOS AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR RUSSIA AND UKRAINE
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By K.T. McFarland
Published July 17, 2014
Thursday, somebody brought down a Malaysia Airlines passenger plane en route from Amsterdam to Kuala Lumpur over the Ukraine/Russian border. We know it was shot down by a sophisticated surface-to-air missile, but we still don’t know whose finger was on the trigger.
We no doubt will know shortly, since that border is one of the most heavily monitored places on the planet.
Satellite technology will see the heat signature of a missile destroying the plane, and will see from where that missile was launched. Additionally, the plane’s black boxes, fuselage and debris will give us more information. If the Russians get to the crash sites first and doctor the evidence, we will know that, too.
As they say in detective work, we’re looking for somebody with motive and opportunity.
So let’s break down who might have shot it down and why. As they say in detective work, we’re looking for somebody with motive and opportunity.
The Ukrainian government had the opportunity but not the motive. Ukraine has the missile system that could take down the Malaysian aircraft flying at high altitude, because the Russians gave it to them years ago. But Ukraine wants western economic and military help in their struggles against Russia and Russian rebels in Eastern Ukraine. Attacking a civilian airliner is would guarantee they don’t get it.
Pro-Russian rebel separatists in Eastern Ukraine may have the opportunity and perhaps the motive. Questions remain, but it seems the Russians have given rebel separatists a missile system capable of shooting down the plane. In the last several days they’ve shot down two Ukrainian military aircraft, so perhaps they’ve gotten a little trigger-happy.
Maybe they were trying to take down another Ukrainian military aircraft and got sloppy, hitting a Malaysian civilian aircraft by mistake. Preliminary evidence supports this theory.
On Thursday afternoon there was some social media traffic allegedly from the rebels claiming credit for shooting down another Ukrainian military plane, but was quickly deleted when they realized it was a Malaysian passenger plane instead.
Despite a few victories in recent days though, the rebel separatists have been losing ground to Ukrainian forces. Putin has made signals in the last few days to distance Russia from the rebels. Perhaps the rebels decided to escalate the fighting, in hopes of getting Russia engaged again to bail them out. If so, it was a big mistake.
Russia has the opportunity but not the motive. When I was in Kiev last month meeting with military and intelligence officials, they talked about the new kind of warfare Putin was waging in Eastern Ukraine. They called it Putin’s “phony war.” Russia was supplying arms, expertise and covert operatives to ethnic Russian rebel separatists in Eastern Ukraine, but denying it had anything to do with it.
Putin’s war plan was to keep Russian involvement just below the threshold so that they would have plausible deniability and their involvement wouldn’t provoke a Western reaction.
The Ukrainian intelligence officers talked of “brown shirts” flooding into Eastern Ukraine from Russia --definitely Russian Special Forces but not troops sporting Russian markings.
If it turns out Russia has come out of the shadows, and did shoot down the Malaysian civilian aircraft, it is a game changer.
The Russians will try to deny it, but no one will believe them. Even if it is Russia’s proxies in Eastern Ukraine who are responsible for this terrible act, Russia loses plausible deniability.
It will be Putin’s biggest nightmare, because it could light a fire under European and American leaders to take immediate and severe action against Russia.
There were American and European citizens on the Malaysian flight. The Malaysian Airlines passenger plane could just have easily been a European one which also took the same flight path.
Putin’s march to remake the old-Russian empire quietly while no one was looking won’t work too well if the world puts his actions under a microscope.
At a minimum he looks reckless. He could be seen as carrying out an act of war.
Adding fuel to the fire is Putin himself. He’s also got his own Russian people whipped up into a frenzy of anti-Western, ultra-nationalism. He will now have the world’s attention focused on him, and if they ratchet up the pressure, he will have the Russian people demanding action, too.
The tranquil world White House press secretary Josh Earnest credited to President Obama earlier to this week has suddenly veered off course. This is kind of crisis that can quickly spiral out of control.
At the same time, Israeli forces launched a ground invasion in Gaza against Hamas terrorists and their arms depots.
This is the time when you really want a pro in the White House.
I was in Pentagon in 1983 when the Soviets callously shot down a South Korean airliner, brazenly denied it at first, and then, when they finally admitted it, claimed that the civilian plane was spying on them.
It was a turning point for President Reagan. He realized compromise with the USSR wasn’t possible. Their callous disregard for human life and refusal to take responsibility convinced Reagan their system of government was corrupt, immoral and destined for failure. If a rogue Russian pilot could shoot down a South Korean civilian airliner, presumably by mistake, could they fire a nuclear weapon, by mistake, too?
He accelerated efforts to develop a Star Wars missile defense system, urged Congress to hold the course with the defense buildup, rallied the European allies to stand up to Soviets, and he doubled down on his long range plan to bankrupt the USSR by driving down the price of oil.
The USSR collapsed six years later. That’s what real leadership looks like.
Kathleen Troia "K.T." McFarland is a Fox News National Security Analyst and host of FoxNews.com's "DefCon 3." She served in national security posts in the Nixon, Ford and Reagan administrations. She was an aide to Dr. Henry Kissinger at the White House, and in 1984 Ms. McFarland wrote Secretary of Defense Weinberger's groundbreaking "Principles of War " speech. She received the Defense Department's highest civilian award for her work in the Reagan administration.
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|Posté le: Ven 18 Juil - 12:46 (2014) Sujet du message: ISRAËL-PALESTINE ON JULY 17, 2014
ISRAËL-PALESTINE ON JULY 17, 2014
HAMAS LAUNCHES DRONE VS ISRAEL : THAT ESCALATED QUICKLY O_o
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NzpYXGZjMVU
ISRAEL "EVACUATE GAZA NOW"
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4OIegN0GCD8
ISRAEL SENDS TENS OF THOUSANDS OF TROOPS TO GAZA BORDER
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D1bOUuQ1YOg
RAW : ISRAELI GROUND OFFENSIVE IN GAZA STRIP
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tXZp4a-G1g
TWENTY-THREE PALESTINIANS, ISRAELI SOLDIER KILLED IN GAZA GROUND OFFENSIVE
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ISRAEL : GAZA INTERIOR MINISTER PROUDLY ADMITS TO USING HUMAN SHIELDS IN 2008 (Nov 23, 2012)
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YES, GAZA MILITANTS HIDE ROCKETS IN SCHOOLS, BUT ISRAEL DOSEN'T HAVE TO BOMB THEM
Updated by Max Fisher on July 17, 2014, 12:30 p.m. ET @Max_Fisher firstname.lastname@example.org
A member of Hamas displays rockets in Gaza City MOHAMMED ABED/AFP/Getty Images
A United Nations agency dedicated to helping Palestinians discovered 20 rockets hidden in one of its Gaza Strip schools on Wednesday, according to an alarmed press release from the agency. Palestinian militant groups such as Hamas dominate Gaza and use rockets as a tool to terrorize nearby Israelis.
"This is a flagrant violation of the inviolability of its premises under international law," said the release from the agency, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East (UNRWA). "This incident, which is the first of its kind in Gaza, endangered civilians including staff and put at risk UNRWA's vital mission to assist and protect Palestine refugees in Gaza."
israel is strong enough to choose to not bomb civilian structures
Israel has long accused Gaza-based Palestinian militant groups such as Hamas of using schools and other civilian buildings to store weapons and from which to launch rockets at Israel. Israel's argument has been that this demonstrates Hamas's disregard for Palestinian civilians, justifies Israeli air strikes on civilian buildings that are used in this way by Hamas, and shifts the blame for Palestinian civilian deaths off of Israel and onto Hamas.
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ITALIE : « LES AFRICAINS FONT LA LOI ICI », TENSIONS EXTRÊMES ENTRE ITALIENS ET CLANDESTINS
Par Mathurin le 17/07/2014
Récit choc d’une jeune fille de 17 ans : « Ils m’ont battue et m’ont dit, ici ce sont les noirs qui commandent ».
« Aidez ma fille, sauvez ma fille ! » Ce cri de douleur se détache comme un martèlement pendant les émeutes africaines du 13 juillet à Pescopagano.
C’est Grazia Porcellini, propriétaire du bar, de l’appartement et de la voiture en feu à la rue Lista qui a lancé cet appel à l’aide.
Les émeutes ont commencé depuis quelques heures. L’incendie s’est déclaré il y a environ vingt minutes. La femme vient d’arriver. Elle se trouvait jusque-là dans un autre endroit. Maintenant elle est bloquée par un cordon de police du côté est de la rue.
Les forces de l’ordre ne la laissent pas passer.
Grazia veut se lancer dans les flammes car elle sait que, au premier étage de l’immeuble qui commence à être dévoré par les flammes, se trouve sa fille de 17 ans qui l’a appelée, terrorisée, depuis son téléphone portable.
Pourtant, les pompiers ne peuvent pas à intervenir immédiatement. Les immigrés qui sont en train de tout dévaster dans cette partie de la rue sont trop nombreux face aux forces de l’ordre. Les pompiers doivent attendre l’arrivée des renforts.
« Ce sont eux les patrons » continue à hurler la propriétaire de l’immeuble dévasté que les émeutiers africains sont en train d’incendier. « Ce sont les Africains qui commandent ici et nous, nous devons subir ! »
Finalement, le nombre d’émeutiers commence à diminuer. Alors, les pompiers se rendent sur place et commencent à éteindre l’incendie, même s’il reste quelques Africains déchaînés sur place.
Quelques pompiers se munissent de respirateurs artificiels et se lancent dans l’immeuble en flamme à la recherche de la jeune fille. Ils ressortent quelques minutes plus tard sans l’avoir trouvée.
Il est probable que le jeune fille a réussi à se sauver.
Peu après, la jeune fille sort d’une ruelle; elle est en proie à la panique. Elle embrasse sa mère, puis commence à invectiver les forces de l’ordre qui l’ont abandonnée dans l’appartement, livrée seule aux immigrés pendant qu’ils dévastaient sa maison.
« Ils m’ont agressée, ils m’ont donné des coups de pied au ventre, ils m’ont tapé sur la tête, ils voulaient me brûler vive dans la maison – hurle la jeune fille en larmes – J’entendais et je voyais dans le lointain les sirènes des carabiniers et des policiers, mais personne n’est venu me sauver. J’ai dû me débrouiller toute seule pour leur échapper, pourquoi ? »
Ses parents essaient de la calmer. Ils l’accompagnent vers l’ambulance pour qu’elle soit conduite à la clinique la plus proche. Mais nous sommes à Castel Volturno, et malgré le fait qu’il y règne un climat de violence, il n’y a qu’une ambulance, et celle-ci vient de partir pour transporter à l’hôpital une femme qui était à deux doigts d’accoucher dans la rue. [...]
Les Observateurs (Traduction D. Borer) et Il Mattino
Merci à marie salers
Castel Volturno et Pescopagano, doubles révoltes entre Italiens et clandestins
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|Posté le: Sam 19 Juil - 19:43 (2014) Sujet du message: BERLIN : DES CENTAINES DE MUSULMANS HURLENT DANS LA RUE "ALLAH AKBAR", JUIF, SALE BÂTARD, LÂCHE, SORT ET VIENS TE BATTRE!"
BERLIN : DES CENTAINES DE MUSULMANS HURLENT DANS LA RUE "ALLAH AKBAR", JUIF, SALE BÂTARD, LÂCHE, SORT ET VIENS TE BATTRE!"
Samedi 19 juillet 2014
Les répercussions du conflit israélo-palestinien en Europe ont au moins l’avantage, si l’on peut dire, de révéler la nature de l’islam (pour ceux qui n’auraient pas encore compris), véritable recraché antisémite du nazisme sous forme religieuse. D’ailleurs, l’islam et le nazisme ont fait bon ménage pendant la dernière guerre attendu les louanges du führer et de ses sbires sur la religion de paix et d’amour et les régiments nazi-islamistes spécialement créés pour les musulmans par les nazis.
70 ans plus tard la bête immonde, chère à nos gauchistes lécheurs de babouches, n’est pas morte en Europe mais ressurgit non pas par les patriotes soi-disant ''fachos'' mais par les adeptes de la religion de tolérance.
Qui aurait pu penser qu’après la disparition d’une des pires idéologies racistes, l’islam prenne le relai en 2014 et recommence à persécuter les juifs en Europe qui plus est à Berlin, capital du pays où le nazisme a vu le jour…
Voici les faits : des centaines de musulmans sont descendus sur le Kurfürstendamm, la plus grande avenue de Berlin jeudi 17 juillet. Les fous d’Allah ont non seulement brûlé le drapeau israélien mais ont menacé les juifs en les traitants de sales bâtards sous l’œil passif de la police aux ordres contenant sans plus les hordes mahométanes. Que feront les adeptes de l’islam la prochaine fois : brûler une synagogue ? Briser les vitrines des magasins juifs… ?
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|Posté le: Sam 19 Juil - 19:55 (2014) Sujet du message: MANIFESTATION PRO-PALESTINIENNE INTERDITE : 11 INTERPELLATIONS LORS DE HEURTS A PARIS
MANIFESTATION PRO-PALESTINIENNE INTERDITE : 11 INTERPELLATIONS LORS DE HEURTS A PARIS
Un autre site rapporte 33 arrestations. Est-ce le début du Calife en France? J'en ai bien l'impression! On a donné des bonbons et maintenant on le leur enlève. Croyez-vous que les salafistes et tous ces groupes vont se laisser faire?
Les Echos | Le 19/07 à 14:55, mis à jour à 19:26
Après un début de manifestation à Paris dans le calme, des casseurs ont commencé à lancer des projectiles sur les CRS vers 16h. En fin de journée, des heurts épars se poursuivaient entre forces de l’ordre et casseurs. Des manifestations ont eu lieu dans d'autres villes de province et à l'étranger, pacifiques.
- La manifestation pro-palestienne prévue à Paris se tient malgré l’interdiction de la préfecture de police et les mises en garde de François Hollande - AFP/François Guillot
Après des débuts dans le calme, la manifestation pro-palestienne qui a lieu dans le quartier de Barbès à Paris a dégénéré. Vers 16h, des projectiles (pierres, chaises) ont commencé à être envoyés sur les CRS. Les familles se sont dispersées, laissant le pavé aux casseurs. Ceux-ci ont notamment allumé un ou deux feux rue Dejean, à l’arrière du métro Château Rouge. Vers 16h15, les alentours du métro ont été évacués.
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Plus aucun manifestant à Château rouge mais une cinquantaine de 20-30 ans voulant en découdre avec les CRS #ManifGaza
— Willy Le Devin (@Will_ld) 19 Juillet 2014
Le cortège s’est disloqué. Certains des manifestants ne cachent pas leur amertume devant l’attitude des casseurs, qu'ils jugent contre-productive pour la cause palestinienne.
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Une famille discute : "ces petits con ont tout gâché. On aura plus jamais le droit de manifester ce qu'on pense" pic.twitter.com/2ZUeGDjZKy
— Willy Le Devin (@Will_ld) 19 Juillet 2014
Après une accalmie, obtenue après la dispersion et la poursuite des casseurs dans des petites rues du quartier, ces derniers ont repris vers le bd Barbès. Certains activistes défonçant le trottoir pour se fournir en projectiles.
En début de soirée, quelques heurts se poursuivaient dans le quartier de Barbès. A 18h, 33 personnes avaient été interpellées pour des jets de projectiles ou violences envers des policiers, a indiqué la préfecture de police.
Des milliers de personnes ont également manifesté dans plusieurs villes de province - Clermont, Lyon, Saint Etienne, Strasbourg - dans le calme. A l’étranger aussi, des manifestations ont eu lieu pour demander la paix au Proche-Orient. Comme à Londres, Rome ou Bruxelles, là aussi sans heurts.
Mise en garde répétée de François Hollande
François Hollande avait déclaré samedi matin que «ceux qui veulent à tout prix manifester en prendront la responsabilité» alors que des pro-palestiniens sont réunis dans le quartier de Barbès (nord de Paris) pour dénoncer la situation dans la bande de Gaza . Le chef de l’Etat, qui s’exprimait en marge d’un déplacement en Afrique, a de nouveau évoqué «les risques de troubles à l’ordre public», comme il l’avait fait depuis le Niger vendredi.
La préfecture de police de Paris (PP) a interdit cette manifestation, évoquant des «risques graves de trouble à l’ordre public» après les heurts le 13 juillet devant deux synagogues parisiennes en marge d’un autre rassemblement. Dans un communiqué , elle justifie sa décision par «un souci d’apaisement, au regard des risques importants de troubles à l’ordre public qu’aurait comporté un tel rassemblement et pour éviter un accroissement des tensions dans la capitale».
«J’ai demandé au ministre de l’Intérieur que ces manifestations ne puissent pas se tenir», a déclaré M. Hollande qui achève son déplacement en Afrique. «Ce qui n’empêchera pas d’autres moyens d’expression», a-t-il ajouté. «Les organisateurs ont un rôle particulier à jouer», a-t-il également déclaré.
Recours des organisateurs rejeté
Le préfet de police de Paris, Bernard Boucault, avait prévenu par avance que ceux qui persisteraient à défiler prendraient «le risque d’être contrôlés, interpellés et remis à la justice». A Marseille, plusieurs centaines de propalestiniens se sont rassemblés en début d’après-midi sur le Vieux-Port, avant de manifester dans le centre-ville.
Les organisateurs de la manifestation, responsables entre autres de petites organisations pro-palestiniennes, avaient introduit un recours en urgence devant le tribunal administratif de Paris, contre l’interdiction, qui l’a rejeté vendredi soir. Le NPA est le seul parti politique à maintenir son rassemblement. Vendredi, François Hollande avait jugé qu’il ne peut «pas y avoir d’importation du conflit en France, il ne peut pas y avoir des manifestations qui se font face et des risques pour l’ordre public».
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|Posté le: Sam 19 Juil - 20:22 (2014) Sujet du message: LA FRANCE, «PREMIER PAYS» A INTERDIRE LES MANIFESTANS PRO-PALESTINIENNES
LA FRANCE, «PREMIER PAYS» A INTERDIRE LES MANIFESTANS PRO-PALESTINIENNES
Comment allumer une étincelle qui se transformera en un énorme feu brûlant dans le monde entier? D'un côté l'état français CATHOLIQUE SATANIQUE a permis de nombreux accommodements raisonnables au fil de ces dernières années, la construction de mosquées qui continuent de pousser comme des champignons, les musulmans qui sont de plus en plus sous contrôle mental de leur imam et des mauvais esprits, et de l'autre côté : l'état français qui interdit le voile chez la femme et maintenant les diverses manifestations pro-palestiennes, qui sont le coeur de ce grand Calife qui prend place à travers le monde pour amener cette ère de grande noirceur.
Dans plusieurs grandes villes dans le monde, des manifestations pro-palestiniennes prennent place. Nous pouvons donc nous attendre à une escalade de violence dans tous les pays concernés, qui jouent tous un seul et même jeu pour amener ce chaos final, lorsque chacun des gouvernements prendra les mêmes décisions d'interdire ces manifestations sous diverses raisons sécuritaires. Il y a même une personne de la communauté juive, Michele Sibony, de l'Union juive pour la paix, qui a déclaré : «En interdisant la liberté d'expression pour les manifestants pro-palestiniens. Cette femme est inconsciente ou quoi? Alors même que les menaces contre les juifs se précisent de jour en jour, cette femme prend position pour la liberté d'expression de ce peuple. Elle doit sûrement faire partie de cette kabbale juive qui hait Dieu et ses lois pour prendre une telle position.
Les lois établies par les hommes changent partout et nos gouvernements via l'immigration, via les lois adoucissants les crimes contre la jeunesse, via les lois pour combattre l'islamophobie et toute l'immunité qui s'en suit pour les terroristes islamiques est bel et bien planifié par l'O.T.O et toutes les sociétés secrètes qui contrôlent tous ces grands leaders mondiaux, serviteurs de ce grand Satan.
MANIFESTATIONS DANS TOUTE LA FRANCE EN SOUTIEN A GAZA
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gcjvM27Wgs
Par Fouad Bahri | ven, 18/07/2014 - 16:46
Mots clés : manifestations, pro-palestien, Barbès, interdiction, Palestine, palestiniens, France, Cazeneuve, Daily Mail, tollé, Société
La position prise par le ministre de l'Intérieur Bernard Cazeneuve d'interdire la manifestation initialement prévue pour samedi 15h à Barbès a suscité un vrai tollé. Et pas qu'en France. Le Daily mail a brocardé dans ses colonnes le premier pays à avoir interdit une manifestation en faveur des Palestiniens.
La France a donc interdit la manifestation de demain en faveur des Palestiniens. Après le Premier ministre Manuel Valls, c'est le ministre de l'Intérieur Bernard Cazeneuve qui a demandé au préfet de police d'interdire la tenue d'un rassemblement prévu à Barbès, à 15 h. «Je considère pour ma part que, à partir des éléments qui m'ont été communiqués par le préfet de police de Paris, les éléments ne sont pas réunis pour que cette manifestation se déroule dans des conditions qui garantissent la sécurité», a déclaré Bernard Cazeneuve sur Europe 1. La préfecture de police a rappelé que les organisateurs étaient les mêmes que ceux de dimanche dernier. «La décision est fondée sur les violences de dimanche, sur la multiplication des appels sur les réseaux sociaux, sur les risques de contre-manifestation et aussi sur le fait que la manifestation était prévue un samedi, jour où les lieux du culte juif sont très fréquentés», a-t-on précisé.
Une décision liberticide
Bernard Cazeneuve a déclaré avoir envoyé à tous les préfets une circulaire pour demander la protection des lieux de cultes en France. «Je leur ai demandé au cas par cas si les conditions d'organisation des manifestations permettent l'apaisement et la sécurité et si ce n'est pas le cas, j'ai demandé à ce que ces manifestations soient interdites», a-t-il ajouté. Mais cette décision demeure liberticide pour tous les Français qui souhaitaient exprimer leur solidarité envers les Palestiniens victimes de bombardements intenses et dorénavant d'une offensive terrestre. Même la presse étrangère s'est faite l'écho de ce mécontentement, comme le quotidien britannique Daily mail qui titrait : «La France, premier pays du monde à interdire les manifestations pro-palestiniennes». Plusieurs organisateurs et militants de la cause palestinienne se sont exprimés dans les colonnes du deuxième quotidien britannique en terme de tirages.
«Un scandale absolu»
Michele Sibony, de l'Union juive pour la paix, a déclaré : «En interdisant la liberté d'expression pour les manifestants pro-palestiniens, la France se place dans une position unique dans le monde et en Europe». De son côté, Youssef Boussoumah, du Parti des Indigènes de la République (PIR) a dit : «La France criminalise toute manifestation de solidarité avec le peuple palestinien. C'est un scandale absolu, c'est une continuation de tentatives de museler le peuple palestinien pour les amener eux et leurs partisans en France à se rendre absolument à l'oppression d'Israël». Sylvie Perrot, autre militante pro-palestinienne de Paris, a déclaré : «Les États fascistes empêchaient les gens de manifester contre la guerre - il est inconcevable que les socialistes français suivent leur exemple».
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|Posté le: Sam 19 Juil - 23:52 (2014) Sujet du message: IRAK : SILENCE ET PEUR APRES UN MASSACRE DANS DES MAISONS CLOSES!
IRAK : SILENCE ET PEUR APRES UN MASSACRE DANS DES MAISONS CLOSES!
L'Edito | Mardi 15 juillet 2014 12:08:59
Personne n’a rien vu, personne ne sait rien. Après le massacre de 31 personnes dans une zone résidentielle de Bagdad connue pour être un lieu de prostitution, les habitants du quartier préfèrent se taire.
Crédit photo – © STR/AFP
Dans les immeubles lépreux de Zayouna, dans l’est de Bagdad, on a appris depuis longtemps à ne pas poser de questions. Dans une ville où les armes pullulent et où la police est impuissante face aux groupes armés, c’est plus prudent.
Samedi soir, des hommes armés ont pris d’assaut deux immeubles et massacré 29 femmes, supposément prostituées, et deux hommes, dont leur proxénète. Mais rares sont les voisins qui connaissent les détails de la tuerie. Encore plus rares sont ceux qui hasardent une hypothèse.
« Les gens ont peur. Ils ne connaissent pas leurs voisins. Chacun se préoccupe de la sécurité de sa propre famille », explique Wissam Sami, habitant du quartier de 23 ans.
« Des prostituées ont été tuées près de (chez) moi il y a quelques mois, et les voisins s’en sont seulement aperçus plusieurs jours après, à cause de l’odeur », se rappelle-t-il.
« Je ne sais pas qui est responsable de ces assassinats. Les (membres) de Daash et des milices chiites sont tous vêtus de noir, et n’importe qui peut acheter un uniforme ou falsifier une carte d’identité ».
Daash, acronyme arabe du groupe jihadiste ultra-radical de l’Etat islamique en Irak et au Levant, devenu l’Etat islamique, est également utilisé pour désigner de façon générale les activistes sunnites.
Après l’attaque, le quartier jonché d’ordures resté barricadé dans son mutisme.
« C’est le destin de toute prostitution », prévient un tag laissé sur la porte d’un des bâtiments touchés, situé à proximité d’une mosquée et d’une école maternelle.
Selon les habitants, des appartements du quartier sont depuis longtemps utilisés à des fins de prostitution, et des femmes sont régulièrement retrouvées mortes, la police manquant à la fois de volonté et d’efficacité pour empêcher ces attaques.
- ‘Tout le monde a peur’ -
« Les policiers ne diraient rien si on abattait quelqu’un sous leurs yeux. Ils ont peur. C’est la loi du plus fort », déclare un commerçant, sous couvert d’anonymat.
Pour certains toutefois, la mort de travailleuses du sexe n’est pas un drame, dans un pays où la prostitution est extrêmement taboue et où les partis religieux ont pris de l’importance ces dernières années.
« Les gens sont fatigués des prostituées. Elles attirent des criminels et des gens immoraux », assène un autre commerçant de Zayouna, s’exprimant lui aussi sous couvert d’anonymat.
Quant aux questions sur les raisons de l’attaque ou l’identité des assaillants, elles se heurtent à la loi du silence.
Les milices chiites sont devenues plus actives à Bagdad depuis l’offensive fulgurante lancée début juin par des insurgés sunnites qui ont pris le contrôle de vastes pans de territoire dans le nord, l’est et l’ouest du pays.
Les attentats suicides d’extrémistes sunnites sont fréquents, et les violences confessionnelles sont quotidiennes dans la capitale.
Et l’hostilité envers les prostituées est probablement l’un des seuls points communs des groupes armés rivaux.
En janvier, 12 personnes avaient été tuées par des hommes armés dans une maison close de Zayouna. Et en mai 2013, 12 autres personnes avaient été tuées dans une maison du quartier utilisée par des prostituées.
« Tout le monde a peur. Je vais peut-être me faire tuer, mais je dois dire ce que j’ai sur le coeur. Je suis chiite, et je vous dis que c’est des bandes chiites (qui ont fait ça). Qui d’autre contrôle Bagdad ? Ils sont plus puissants que la police et qu’aucune autre autorité », déclare Hassan Assad, chauffeur de taxi de 36 ans qui travaille dans Zayouna.
« Les prostituées sont là depuis l’époque de Saddam (Hussein). Pourquoi croyez-vous qu’elles font ça ? Parce que leur mari a été emprisonné, ou tué, et qu’elles essayent de nourrir leurs enfants. Comment l’Irak en est-il arrivé là ? »
Par Tunisia Daily avec AFP
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|Posté le: Dim 20 Juil - 00:29 (2014) Sujet du message: FRANCE : EXCLUSIF : VIOLENTS AFFRONTEMENTS ENTRE LES ISLAMISTES ET LES FORCES DE L'ORDRE A BARBES!
FRANCE : EXCLUSIF : VIOLENTS AFFRONTEMENTS ENTRE LES ISLAMISTES ET LES FORCES DE L'ORDRE A BARBES!
juil 19, 20145
Exclusif: de violents affrontements se déroulent en ce moment même entre les islamistes et les forces de l’ordre à Barbés !
A l’appel d’organisation islamistes et malgré l’interdiction de manifester des centaines d’islamistes radicaux ont envahi Barbès sous le faux prétexte de manifester pour soutenir les terroristes du Hamas à Gaza.
Les islamistes scandent « A mort les Juifs ! », « Allah Wakbar ! », « Hollande sioniste ! », et d’autres slogans antisémites. Ils brulent des drapeaux israéliens.
Des manifestants et les forces de l’ordre s’affrontent actuellement à Barbès. Des centaines de manifestants ont commencé à s’attaquer aux forces de l’ordre en lançant des bouteilles de verre. Les CRS ont répliqué en lançant des grenades assourdissantes et lacrymogènes.
De jeunes islamistes répliquent en lançant des pierres en direction des CRS ! C’est l’INTIFADA en plein Paris !
Gaz lacrymo. Scènes de panique. Les manifestants se dispersent dans les rues aux alentours du bd Barbes. La police les stoppe.
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|Posté le: Dim 20 Juil - 04:47 (2014) Sujet du message: UNDOCUMENTED, NOT ILLEGAL: NEW CAMPAIGN ADVOCATES FOR ACCURATE TERMINOLOGY IN ALL EU LANGUAGES
UNDOCUMENTED, NOT ILLEGAL: NEW CAMPAIGN ADVOCATES FOR ACCURATE TERMINOLOGY IN ALL EU LANGUAGES
20 June 2014
BRUSSELS, 20 June 2014 – With the slogan “Words Matter!” the Platform for International Cooperation on Undocumented Migrants (PICUM) today launches its leaflet on accurate terminology when referring to undocumented migrants including reasons why not to use the term ‘illegal migrant’ and instead the recognised ‘undocumented’ or ‘irregular’ migrant as well as providing a lexicon with translations of the latter terms in all EU languages.
Over more than a decade of promoting the rights of undocumented migrants, PICUM has witnessed how the term ‘illegal migrant’ strongly impacts the perception that undocumented migrants have no rights and that migration is a criminal activity:
“Since the word ‘illegal’ has become a stigma in my everyday dealing with people, I started to ask myself whether I was really illegal. Of course, I am not and will never be. I am undocumented,” a migrant worker from the Philippines, living in the Netherlands told PICUM.
Besides being discriminatory and criminalising, the term ‘illegal migrant’ is also judicially incorrect as a person cannot be ‘illegal’ as irregular migration is an administrative rather than a criminal offence. In fact, research shows that the term ‘illegal migrant’ as a form of status, meaning a legally-justified category that is ascribed to certain groups of people and then used to deprive them of rights, was only created over the course of the twentieth century.
Author of the book “Undocumented: How Immigration Became ‘Illegal”*, Aviva Chomsky, Professor of history at Salem State University, USA has expressed her support for PICUM’s campaign, emphasising:
“It’s notable that the countries that most pride themselves on their commitment to equality, human rights, and democracy (like the United States and the western European countries) are precisely those that, in the late twentieth century, invented a new status (‘illegal’) in order to deprive some of their residents of access to equality, human rights, and democracy. When we use the term “illegal” in this way, we are implicitly accepting the idea that all people are not created equal, that all people do not deserve equal rights, and that the law should treat people differently depending on the category they are assigned to.”
This categorisation undermines that international human rights law guarantees undocumented migrants entitlements to a comprehensive set of rights regardless of their administrative status.
Service providers and supporters struggle to challenge these perceptions when trying to ensure access to services for undocumented migrants. A supporter of undocumented migrants of a solidary network in Finland shared her experience of calling a women’s shelter to see if they could support an undocumented woman who urgently needed to flee a violent situation:
“They told me they refuse her because she had no social security number, but when I challenged them on it, the lady on the phone said to me, ‘Well, she's an illegal, she shouldn't be here anyway!’ Can you imagine? Sending a woman back to a domestic violence situation so she will suffer some more and maybe decide to leave Finland! It goes against everything the women's movement stands for.”
Acknowledging previous efforts of key institutions, such as the United Nations, the European Commission and Parliament and several media outlets, to adopt humane terminology, PICUM will continue to campaign for language use which recognises undocumented migrants as rights holders and is in line with Europe’s values.
We encourage you to read and share our brochure. Use it to challenge the use of ‘illegal’ and promote the alternative terms which we have gathered in all official EU languages.
For more information on PICUM’s work on terminology, click here.
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HUMAN RIGHTS COUNCIL SIDE EVENT : HUMAN RIGHTS AT INTERNATIONAL BORDERS
18 June 2014
The UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR), the Government of the Philippines, and the Global Coalition on Migration (GCM) will organise a side event on human rights at international borders in Geneva, Switzerland on 20 June 2014.
This side event to the 26th session of the Human Rights Council aims to explore the multidimensional issues of human rights at international borders and looks to the human rights frameworks for solutions to contemporary dilemmas of border governance.
Panelists include Janice Marshall, Deputy Director, Division of International Protection, UNHCR; François Crépeau, Special Rapporteur on the Human Rights of Migrants; Prof. Walter Kaelin, Envoy of the Chairmanship of the Nansen Initiative; Sue Le Mesurier, Head of Migration Unit, IFRC Geneva and Catherine Tactaquin, Executive Director, National Network for Immigrant & Refugee Rights (NNIRR).
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|Posté le: Dim 20 Juil - 21:42 (2014) Sujet du message: LIVE BLOG: ISRAEL'S OPERATION PROTECTIVE EDGE IN GAZA
| LIVE BLOG: ISRAEL'S OPERATION PROTECTIVE EDGE IN GAZA |
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| Sunday, July 20 |
10:11 p.m. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas called on Sunday for all parties engaged in fighting between Israel and terrorists in Gaza to cease fire, and honor an Egyptian-proposed truce.
Abbas condemned IDF operations in Gaza's Shejaia district that killed dozens of Palestinians on Sunday as an "ugly crime," charging that the "perpetrators won't escape punishment."
9:30 p.m. US President Barack Obama expressed "serious concern" to Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu on Sunday over the growing number of civilian Palestinian casualties in Israel's operation against Hamas in Gaza.
9:10 p.m. Cleared for publication: Two of the 13 IDF soldiers killed overnight were American citizens.
8:50 p.m. Air Raid sirens sounded in Ashdod on Thursday night.
8:32 p.m. Ya'alon: There will be more long days of battle. Shejaiya is an underworld of terror.
8:30 p.m. Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon at press conference: Hamas is responsible for every person and building that is hit in Gaza.
8:25 p.m. Netanyahu: The operation will expand as needed until quiet is restored in Israel.
We knew from the beginning that it could be a long-term operation, but the "eternal people" aren't scared of a long journey.
8:23 p.m. Netanyahu: We have international support in our mission to defend ourselves.
Hamas built two systems to attack Israelis: tunnels and rockets. The IDF has destroyed the rocket system in Gaza. The ground operation is working to destroy Hamas's ability to attack Israelis through their tunnel system.
8:22 p.m. Netanyahu: Our current operation to discover Hamas tunnels is much wider than past military activity, and we've found tunnels that could reach kindergartens or kibbutz dining halls. If we hadn't discovered the tunnels, the results would have been very grave indeed.
8:19 p.m. Netanyahu: Soldiers, the people of Israel are behind you and are praying for your safe return. We're doing all we can to protect the soldiers and the citizens of Israel.
8:17 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at press conference: We send our condolences to the families of the fallen. There is no battle more just than that in which our boys fell.
7:40 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in the southern community of Sderot.
7:00 p.m. The IDF reported having destroyed 6 terror tunnels in Gaza on Sunday, 3 of which led to openings near communities in Israel. One contained large quantities of explosives and communication lines. The longest tunnel reached 1.2 km and ended in Israel.
6:57 p.m. "We're aware that there were more fatalities in the last 24 hours than we're used to, but we're determined to stand by our objectives. I'm proud of the work that our boys are doing, and we will continue with the operation until our mission is completed," said IDF Chief of Staff Benny Gantz in a press conference Sunday.
6:32 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
6:25 p.m. The IDF announced on Sunday evening that 13 Israeli soldiers from the Golani Brigade were killed overnight between Saturday and Sunday.
6:02 p.m. Two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel landed in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack.
5:33 p.m. Rocket alert siren sounds in Ashkelon Coast Council.
5:22 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sound in Beersheba.
5:20 p.m. Hundreds of mourners gathered at the Herzliya Military Cemetery early Sunday evening for the funeral of Sgt. Eitan Barak, 20, the first IDF casualty in Operation Protective Edge.
5:09 p.m. Four rockets fired from the Gaza Strip were intercepted by the Iron Dome over Netivot. There were no reports of injuries or damage.
5:04 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sounded in Beersheba, Ashkelon and in several communities surrounding the Gaza Strip.There were no immediate reports of injuries in the attacks.
4:58 p.m. Sirens sound in Ashkelon and Ashkelon Coast Council . No immediate reports of injuries.
4:56 p.m. The Arab League described Israeli attacks on Gaza that have killed at least 60 Palestinians on Sunday as a "war crime". Nabil el-Araby, the head of the Cairo-based Arab League, considers Israeli shelling and ground attacks in Shejaia in northeast Gaza a "war crime."
4:51 p.m. US Secretary of State John Kerry called on Hamas to consider a ceasefire. "It is important for Hamas to now step up and be reasonable and understand that (if) you accept the ceasefire, you save lives," he told Fox News.
4:36 p.m. The IDF agreed to further extend a humanitarian cease-fire until 5:30 p.m. on Sunday in Gaza's Shejaia district, due to a request by the Red Cross.
IDF Spokesman Peter said the military agreed to extend the truce, originally set to last from 1:30 p.m. until 3:30 p.m., for a second time to allow humanitarian and medical aid in the area and to enable civilians to leave.
3:45 p.m. An Armored Corps unit detected two terrorists who emerged from a tunnel shaft in south Gaza. The unit opened fire, killing both attackers. There were no injuries among soldiers.
The IDF struck 566 terrorist targets throughout Gaza since the start of the ground offensive on Thursday night. Over 50 targets have been hit on Sunday. They included 23 homes used as command and control centers, seven underground rocket launchers, six rocket launchers that contained medium range projectiles, and a Hamas tunnel. The IDF detained 22 terrorists prisoners, and they are being questioned.
3:39 p.m. Two rockets land in the Eshkol Regional Council. No damages or injuries caused.
2:34 p.m. A rocket landed in Eshkol Regional Council. There were no injuries or damage in the attack.
2:30 p.m. Fighting resumed in the Gaza neighborhood of Shejaia on Sunday less than an hour after a "humanitarian truce" was agreed to allow the evacuation of wounded from the area.
1:54 p.m. 130 terrorists have been killed in Gaza since the start of the ground offensive and 800 have been injured. The IDF has uncovered 36 tunnel shafts and destroyed 14 tunnels.
1:44 p.m. Rocket explodes in open area in Sha'ar Hanegev area. There were no injuries or damage.
1:34 p.m. Israel and Hamas have both agreed to a Red Cross request for a two-hour cease-fire in fighting in the embattled Shejaia area on Sunday.
The two-hour cease-fire will go into effect at 1:30 p.m. and is intended to help evacuate and treat wounded in the besieged neighborhood.
13:15 p.m. Two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel landed in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack.
12:48 p.m. Wounded IDF soldiers were brought from the fighting in Gaza to a number of hospitals across Israel on Sunday morning.
Fifteen soldiers were brought to The Rabin Medical Center-Beilinson Campus in Petah Tikva. Four were in serious condition and eleven were in light to moderate condition.
Two lightly injured soldiers were brought to Hadassah University Medical Center in Jerusalem's Ein Kerem.
Three soldiers were brought in moderate condition to Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba. Two others were brought to Soroka with light wounds. Since the ground operation in Gaza began eleven wounded soldiers have been evacuated to Soroka.
Four wounded soldiers were brought to Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer. Two of the evacuees were in serious condition, one was in serious to moderate condition and another was in moderate condition. Since the beginning of the ground operation twelve soldiers were evacuated to Sheba.
12:27 p.m. The IDF announced on Sunday that it was setting up a field hospital at the Erez crossing.
The field hospital will begin functioning at 8 p.m. on Sunday and is intended to serve injured Palestinians.
The IDF said that it will serve mainly women and children and will include a delivery room.
12:33 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Hof Ashkelon Regional Council and Eshkol Regional Council.
12:08 p.m. Four rockets fall in open areas in Beersheba.
12:03 p.m. Three rockets fall in open areas outside of communities in Eshkol. Another rocket fell in an open area in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
12:00 a.m. Rocket siren sounds in Beersheba.
11:45 a.m. Rocket sirens sound in Eshkol and Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Councils.
11:43 a.m. According to reports, Hamas has accepted a Red Cross proposal for a two-hour cease-fire in fighting with Israel in Gaza.
The cease-fire is intended to allow paramedics in Gaza to treat wounded in the northeastern Gaza neighborhood of Shejaia after the IDF ramped up its offensive in the neighborhood with widespread shelling.
At least twenty Palestinians were killed in the shelling and hundreds wounded.
Israel is reportedly deliberating whether or not to accept the temporary proposal.
11:30 a.m. Administration building in a community in the Eshkol Regional Council suffers a direct rocket hit. There were no injuries.
10:50 a.m. Three rockets intercepted over Netivot.
10:47 a.m. Rocket sirens blare in Rishon Lezion and Ness Ziona.
10:42 a.m. Iron Dome intercepts two rockets over the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
10:42 a.m. In the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council a rocket landed in an open area near a community.
10:35 a.m. Iron Dome intercepts three rockets in the Sdot Negev Regional Council. There were no injuries or damage.
10:34 a.m. Projectile explodes in open area in Kibbutz Sha'ar Hanegev.
10:25 a.m. Rocket siren blares in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
10:15 a.m. Rocket alert siren blares in Netivot.
10:00 a.m. Israeli shelling killed at least 20 Palestinians in a Gaza neighborhood on Sunday, and thousands of residents fled for their lives, local health officials and witnesses said.
Gaza's Shifa hospital was filled with dozens of wounded from the attack on the eastern Shejaia neighborhood, about three kilometers (two miles) away.
9:48 a.m. Four additional injured soldiers were admitted to Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer on Sunday. Two of the soldiers were seriously injured, one was in moderate-to-serious condition and the fourth soldier was moderately hurt.
9:31 a.m. Police say they were on their way to a home in Ashkelon that suffered a direct hit from a rocket fired from Gaza.
9:25 a.m. Rocket falls in open area of Beersheba.
9:22 a.m. Rocket falls in open area of Ashkelon.
9:19 a.m. Rocket alert sirens blare in Beerheba, and Ashkelon.
9:15 a.m. Rocket intercepted over Ashkelon. Another rocket fell in an open area of the city.
9:00 a.m. Rocket alert siren blare in Herzliya, Ramat Hasharon, and Ra'anana. Earlier one rocket was intercepted over Beersheba.
8:50 a.m. Rocket alert siren blares in Beersheba.
8:34 a.m. At least 16 soldiers who were injured overnight in Gaza are currently hospitalized in Israel.
8:20 a.m. 9 rockets land near kibbutz in Shaar Hanegev Regional Council overnight.
7:45 a.m. The IDF has struck 2,600 Hamas and Islamic Jihad targets since the start of Operation Protective Edge, and some 500 targets since the start of the ground offensive. 36 tunnel shafts and 14 tunnels have been uncovered, some of which are underground cross-border attack structures.
Inside the tunnels, soldiers have found RPGs, bombs, sedatives, booby traps, and communication devices. Some of the tunnels featured mini bunkers, the source added. "We are blowing them up. A large tunnel was found and destroyed. We'll destroy more in the future," he said.
7:40 a.m. Rocket sirens ring in Beersheba.
4:00 a.m. Five soldiers hospitalized as the IDF continues its attacks of terror sites in Gaza throughout the night. One of the soldiers was seriously injured, while the four others were moderately injured.
3:16 a.m. Code red rocket alert sirens continue to sound in the Eshkol and Ashkelon regional councils.
2:00 a.m. The IDF has targeted 500 Gaza sites in the past two days and 2,500 targets altogether. Thirteen tunnels have been discovered, five of which lead into Israel. Furthermore, 34 tunnel opening have been uncovered, which the IDF is in the process of investigating. Thirteen terror suspects have been arrested.
12:05 a.m. Code red rocket alert sirens sound in Eshkol Regional Council.
Saturday, July 19
11:45 p.m. French Foreign minister Laurent Fabius arrived in Israel Saturday evening and met with Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
"I don't think the international community should create any kind of symmetry between a democracy legitimately acting in its own self-defense trying to avoid civilian casualties and a terrorist organization that deliberately targets millions of innocent civilians," Netanyahu told Fabius.
11:20 p.m. Rockets land in open area in Eshkol, sirens begin in Ashkelon Cost Regional Council.
10:22 p.m. Three rockets fall in open area in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council causing no injuries or damage.
10:20 p.m. Three people were arrested during a rally at Tel Aviv's Bima Square for disturbing the peace. Hundreds are participating in the demonstration, as police tries to separate left and right-wing demonstrators.
10:05 p.m. In the Mercaz Hacarmel area of Haifa, hundreds of protesters against the Gaza operation and hundreds more in support of the operation staged demonstrations at the same time in the northern port city.
A large number of police were keeping the two camps apart.
9:59 p.m. IDF paratroopers encountered a terrorist in Gaza who emerged from a tunnel entrance and opened fire at soldiers on Saturday evening. The paratroopers returned fire, shooting the gunman dead.
9:40 p.m. Two rockets fall in open areas of the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council causing no damage or injuries.
9:15 p.m. Air raid sirens resume in Beersheba
9:00 p.m. A Rocket was intercepted over Beersheba, several more land in open areas. Two other rockets intercepted over Kiryat Gat while others fell outside city.
8:55 p.m. Code Red sirens in Ashdod and Ashkelon areas and in Kiryat Gat.
8:52 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Hatzerim, Beersheba, Rahat.
8:45 p.m. US Ambassador to Israel Dan Shapiro told Channel 2 that the US supports the Egyptian initiative for a cease-fire.
7:47 p.m. The IDF said on Saturday Gaza-based militants had used up or lost about half of their rockets in 12 days of fighting - though the Islamist fighters say they have been replenishing their arsenal.
The Israeli military said Palestinian fighters had fired at least 1,705 rockets out of an estimated stockpile of about 10,000, a depletion of about 17 percent.
"I think that we have hit and destroyed 30 to 40 percent of the rockets," chief military spokesman Brigadier-General Moti Almoz said, referring to an Israeli offensive on Gaza that escalated on Thursday.
7:40 p.m. Rocket causes fire in Rehovot, in the Shfela Region after shrapnel hits open field.
7:07 p.m. Cleared for publication: Clash with Hamas tunnel infiltrators leave two IDF soldiers dead. Sgt. Adar Barsano, 20, of Nahariya and Maj. Amotz Greenberg, 45, of Hod HaSharon were killed when Hamas terrorists attempted to enter Israel through a smuggling tunnel Saturday morning; two other soldiers were injured in the incident.
7:00 p.m. Rocket intercepted over Shfela region.
6:55 p.m. Sirens sound in Rehovot, Yavne, Lod, Ramle, Ness Ziona, Rishon Lezion and surrounding areas. A barrage of rockets was fired at the Shfela region. No injuries were reported.
6:34 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Merhavim Regional Council in the Negev.
6:14 p.m. Beersheba also hears sirens, as rocket attack at southern Israel continues. Iron Dome intercept three rockets over city.
6:10 p.m. IDF says 57 rockets fired from Gaza have hit Israel; and 9 rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome, so far today.
6:05 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts rockets over Ashkelon as sirens resume in southern Israel.
5:30 p.m. Thousands of pro-Palestinian protesters rally across French cities against the violence in Gaza.
5:20 p.m. Three Rockets land in open areas in the Negev after sirens warn citizens of incoming rockets.
4:22 p.m. From the start of the ground operation on Thursday, 350 terror sites have been destroyed and 34 tunnels have been discovered.
4:21 p.m. A short time ago, two Hamas terrorists fired at IDF soldiers in southern Gaza. The IDF returned fire and killed the attackers, the IDF said.
There were no injuries among Israeli security forces.
4:14 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Eshkol Regional Council.
3:58 p.m. Cleared for publication: One of the IDF soldiers who was seriously wounded overnight from an accidentally discharged bullet in a confrontation with Hamas terrorists is an officer from the Nahal brigade.
3:34 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in the Sdot Negev Regional Council and the Eshkol Regional Council. Four rockets exploded in open areas.
3:20 p.m. Another Code Red siren sounds in the Eshkol Regional Council.
3:15 p.m. Two rockets fired in the latest barrage from Gaza exploded in open areas in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries were reported.
3:06 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Ashkelon Coast and Eshkol Regional Councils.
2:29 p.m. The IDF says Israeli forces operating in Gaza have so far on Saturday uncovered three openings to underground Hamas terror tunnels.
2:15 p.m. The Home Front Command lifted an order prohibiting residents in the Eshkol Regional Council from leaving their homes on Saturday morning. The directive was enforced in light of the security situation in the area.
1:35 p.m. The IDF blames Hamas for a recent volley of rocket fire that killed an Israeli Beduin man on Saturday morning. The military vowed to continue its operation in Gaza with "determination and intensity."
1:15 p.m. A man in his 30s died after a rocket attack near Dimona on Saturday. Three others sustained injuries, including a four-year-old girl, and were evacuated to a hospital. Paramedics pronounced the Beduin man's death after resuscitation attempts at the scene.
1:13 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Ashkelon Regional Council.
12:59 p.m. Air raid sirens sound in various communities across southern Israel.
12:56 p.m. A Hamas terrorist squad entered Israel through a smuggling tunnel from the central Gaza Strip and headed towards an Israeli community. The cell encountered an IDF patrol, and an exchange of fire ensued. One terrorist was killed and four IDF soldiers were injured.
The air force has in recent minutes struck members of the cell after they escaped back into Gaza. The IDF said an attempt to murder Israeli civilians was thwarted.
12:52 p.m. Terrorists from the Gaza Strip attempted to infiltrate Israel on Saturday via an underground terror tunnel, the IDF said.
12:48 p.m. Air raid sirens sounded in Ashkelon, Ashdod and the surrounding communities as rocket fired continued to rain down on Israel from the Gaza Strip.
12:48 p.m. Projectile fire from Gaza injured three Beduin near Dimona on Saturday. Magen David Adom reported that one person was severly injured, while the others sustained moderate and light injuries.
12:42 p.m. Code Red siren sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council.
12:38 p.m. Four Beduin were lightly injured near Dimona from projected fired from Gaza, police say.
12:26 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
12:13 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded for the second time in Dimon and Yeruham on Saturday.
12:07 p.m. Egypt has no plans to revise its ceasefire proposal to end fighting in Gaza between Israel and Hamas, which has rejected the initiative, Cairo's foreign minister said on Saturday.
"It provides the needs of all sides and we will continue offering it and we hope to get their support as soon as possible," said Sameh Shukri at a news conference with his French counterpart Laurent Fabius.
12:09 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional council.
11:54 a.m. Code Red sirens sound in Ashkelon and the surrounding areas.
11:40 a.m. Sniper fire in the northern Gaza Strip wounded an IDF soldier on Saturday morning, the military confirmed.
11:39 Code Red sirens sound in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
11:26 a.m. Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch said during a visit to Ashdod that there were clashes between IDF soldiers and terrorists on the Gaza border.
11:10 a.m. Hamas said on Saturday morning that its operatives were exchanging fire with IDF forces stationed within Israeli lines, and claimed to have caused injuries. "Our fighters are operating behind enemy lines. There are injuries on the other side," Hamas claimed.
11:07 a.m. Home Front Commanded prohibited travel in the Eshkol Regional Council due to the security situation.
11:00 a.m. The Code Red siren sounded in the Negev region, including Dimon and Yeruham.
10:07 a.m. Air raid sirens sounded in Ashdod, warning of possible rocket attacks.
9:45 a.m. Channel 2's live footage filmed from outside the Gaza Strip shows isolated billows of smoke streaming out of from apparent explosions in Gaza.
7:56 a.m. The IDF confirmed that two Israeli soldiers were lightly injured and one was severely injured overnight between Friday and Saturday in a confrontation with terrorists in the northern Gaza Strip.
6:34 a.m. Ashkelon Coast Regional Council hears rocket sirens early Saturday morning.
3:05 a.m. Iron Dome intercepts four rockets over Ashdod. One falls within the city, but causes no injuries.
3:00 a.m. The Palestinian Ma'an News Agency reports casualties in northern Gaza, in Khan Younis as Israeli air strikes reportedly kill seven Palestinians, two others in other northern districts. In an additional report, the Palestinian wire service said the military wing of the Islamic Jihad Movement bombed an Israeli tank in northern Gaza Strip.
According to the agency, the current death toll in Gaza stands at 307, with 2,250 wounded Palestinians.
Palestinian sources say that since Thursday, 65 Gazans were killed, including at least 15 children under 18.
2:56 a.m. Rocket alerts in Ashdod pierce two hours of quiet on the Israeli side.
1:30 a.m. "We are aware of the inability of the UN Security Council, but despite their incapability, we are working with our brothers at the Turkish Foreign Ministry to carry out the current crisis to the UN Security Council," Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas says in Turkey. The Palestinian president added that Turkey and the Palestinian Authority were working together on ways of taking this matter to UN General Assembly."
1:25 a.m. IDF spokesperson confirms three Israeli soldiers were injured in northern Gaza by gun fire.
12:32 a.m. Code Red sirens go off in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
Friday, July 18
11:50 p.m. The foreign ministry warns Israeli nationals not to visit Turkey due to the current political climate regarding Israel's offensive in Gaza. The ministry's official Facebook page said non-vital visits to the country should be avoided and safety precautions must be taken.
11:50 p.m. Young Arabs clash with police in east Jerusalem, throw rocks and Molotov cocktails at police forces in Isawiya, Shuafat, A-Tur and Kalandia. Three youths get arrested.
11:46 p.m. Medical sources in Gaza report four civilian deaths near Khan Younis, in southern Gaza; and the death of a 20-year-old in Rafah in the last hour. In Rafah, three members of the same family were killed and three others wounded following air strikes, according to the Palestinian news agency, Ma'an.
11:47 p.m. Air raid sirens are heard in southern Israel, in Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
11:40 p.m. Palestinian UN Ambassador Riyad Mansour says Security Council must uphold the law to end crimes, violations against the Palestinians and ensure their protection. "Should our peaceful, diplomatic and political efforts in this regard fail, we will have no recourse but to turn to the judicial bodies of the United Nations and the international system."
11:35 p.m. UN political affairs chief Jeffrey Feltman says at UN Security Council that Israel "has legitimate security concerns, and we condemn the indiscriminate rocket fire from Gaza into Israel that ended yesterday's temporary ceasefire. But we are alarmed by Israel's heavy response"
9:47 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashkelon and surrounding communities.
9:30 p.m. Five Palestinian rockets intercepted over greater Tel Aviv area.
8:08 p.m. In the less than 24 hours since the IDF launched its ground incursion into the Gaza Strip, 217 terror targets have been hit while at least 20 tunnels have been uncovered, according to Channel 2.
The television channel also reported that 65,000 Palestinians have been displaced in the Gaza Strip as a result of the Israeli operation. The network reported that at least 33 Palestinians have been killed in the last day.
7:27 p.m. The United Nations Security Council is scheduled to convene on Friday evening to discuss the escalating violence in the Gaza Strip, according to Channel 2.
The session was called at the request of Turkey and Arab governments.
6:35 p.m. The Israeli military has unearthed at least 30 underground tunnels in the Gaza Strip which Israel says are used by Hamas to transport rockets and weapons, Channel 2 is reporting on Friday.
6:06 p.m. Sirens sound in Ashdod and Ashkelon.
6:05 p.m. The Iron Dome anti-rocket system successfully shot down four Palestinian rockets over Tel Aviv moments ago. Sirens were heard moments before the interceptions.
5:20 p.m. The Iron Dome intercepted a Palestinian rocket over the western Negev town of Netivot. Moments earlier, sirens were heard in frontier communities near the Gaza border.
3:58 p.m. Code Red sirens activated in towns near Gaza border, among them Reim, Kfar Maimon, Bari, and Havat Izram.
3:31 p.m. MK Ahmed Tibi (Ra’am – Ta’al) denounced the IDF ground incursion into Gaza on Friday “which would lead to more bloodshed and in which most of the victims in Gaza are civilians, including children.”
“[Killing] children is a war crime,” Tibi said. “Israel tried everything except end the occupation, which is the right solution, the optimal solution. Ra’am – Ta’al calls on Israel to lift the siege on Gaza, and it calls on both sides to leave civilians outside of the cycle of violence.”
2:31 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts two rockets over Beersheba.
2:17 p.m. Rocket sirens went off in Beersheba and the surrounding areas in the country's South, Iron Dome was activated. No
1:51 p.m. Palestinian health officials say 27 Palestinians, including a baby, two children and a 70-year-old woman have been killed since the ground invasion began.
1:47 p.m. The IDF says that since the ground invasion of Gaza began on Thursday evening, they have killed 17 terrorists and arrested 13 others.
They also said that they targeted 21 rocket launchers and 4 tunnels.
1:00 p.m. German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Friday "Both sides must accept painful compromises but we stand by the side of Israel when it comes to self-defense," she said at a news conference in Berlin."
Merkel said that there was a "new quality" to weapons used by the Palestinian territory's dominant Islamist Hamas group against Israel and added that countries that come under attack must be allowed to defend themselves.
12:49 p.m. Rocket siren sounded in Ashkelon.
12:36 p.m. Rocket siren sounds in Beersheva and Ofakim.
11:52 a.m. Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon says that the ground invasion of Gaza will continue until all of its objectives have been reached.
Speaking at the cabinet meeting on Friday, Ya'alon said that Hamas is paying a heavy price. He also praised the IDF soldiers on the ground in Gaza.
11:46 a.m. Prime Minister Netanyahu said on Friday during a cabinet meeting that he may be forced to widen the current ground operation in Gaza and has ordered troops to be ready for the next phase.
He also added that Hamas left Israel no choice but to invade on the ground because it is the only way tunnels are reachable.
11:07 a.m. Iron Dome intercepts two rockets over Ashkelon.
10:55 a.m. Rocket siren sounded in Ashkelon.
10:15 a.m. Iron Dome intercepted a barrage of rockets over Ashdod and several more landed in open territories. Home Front Command restricted children's activities in Ashkelon to bomb shelters and Tel Aviv restricted gatherings to under 1,000 participants over the weekend.
10:00 a.m. IDF releases name of IDF soldier killed in Gaza: Twenty-year-old Sergeant Eitan Barak from Herzliya.
8:43 a.m. Meretz leader Zehava Gal-On said on Friday that it was unfortunate that Prime Minister Netanyahu let Naftali Bennett and Avigdor Liberman convince him of the need for a ground invasion in Gaza, one that "was costing the blood of IDF soldiers and innocent Palestinians."
"We must not allow the brutal terrorism of Hamas to dictate what will happen, and so despite refusal of Hamas, Israel must continue efforts to reach a cease-fire, which only prevents bloodshed and suffering growing on both sides," she said.
8:25 a.m. Red Alert sirens went off in Ashdod and the surrounding area.
8:07 a.m. Red Alert sounded in Beersheba.
7:54 a.m. Since last night, 50 rockets were fired from Gaza. 25 hit Israel while 20 were intercepted by Iron Dome.
7:48 a.m. Following a Code Red siren, two rockets landed in the Eshkol Regional Council. The rockets caused light damage to a factory but caused no injuries.
7:34 a.m. An IDF soldier was killed Friday morning in Gaza, the IDF confirmed.
6:55 a.m. Two IDF soldiers suffered light injuries overnight in Gaza.
103 terror sites were targeted by the IAF and ground forces between 8 p.m. Thursday night and this morning.
6:37 a.m. Several Code Red sirens were heard in communities near the Gaza border in the last 10 minutes.
5:27 a.m. The United States reaffirmed its stance that Israel has a right to defend itself but called on its close ally to restrict itself to a "precise operation" as the Jewish state launched a ground campaign in Gaza.
The State Department said that during a phone call with Secretary of State John Kerry, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu "explained his decision to launch an operation to target the threat of further terrorist infiltration through tunnels into Israel."
"The secretary reaffirmed our strong support for Israel's right to defend itself against terrorist threats emanating from tunnels into Israel and expressed our view that this should be a precise operation to target tunnels, as described in a statement from the Israeli Defense Forces," the department said in a statement released late on Thursday.
It said Kerry emphasized during the call the need to "avoid further escalation and to restore the 2012 cease-fire as soon as possible."
4:56 a.m. Palestinian media now puts the death count since the ground offensive began Thursday night at five, including an infant and an elderly person.
4:38 a.m. After nearly two hours of silence in Israel, a Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in Zikim near the Gaza border.
2:47 a.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashkelon.
2:46 a.m. According to Palestinian reports, one person was killed in Rafiah and two in Beit Hanoun overnight between Thursday and Friday.
A Hamas militant was injured in an earlier attack on Khan Younis.
Reuters quoted Gazan health officials as saying that 235 Palestinians had been killed since the start of Operation Protective Edge on July 8.
Electrical power has been cut in at least 80 percent of Gaza.
1:46 a.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashdod, Gan Yavne and the surrounding areas. Three rockets were intercepted over Ashdod.
1:42 a.m. The IAF targeted 11 terror sites in Gaza in the last hour.
12:57 a.m. Rocket sirens heard in Beersheba, Ashkelon, Ofakim. Five rockets were intercepted over Ofakim.
12:32 a.m. The IDF authorizes the calling up of an additional 18,000 reserve soldiers.
Thursday, July 17
11:47 p.m. Two rockets intercepted in the Golan Heights.
11:29 p.m. Hamas released a statement saying Israel's ground offensive of Gaza is "foolish" and would have "dreadful consequences."
"The occupation will pay dearly for this wild and dangerous step," the statement read.
Hamas said in the statement that it would continue to reject any initiative for a ceasefire as long as its conditions are not met.
10:59 p.m. Egypt put the blame on Hamas for IDF's ground operation. Sameh Shoukri, the Egyptian foreign minister, said "Had Hamas accepted the Egyptian proposal, it could have saved the lives of at least 40 Palestinians."
10:45 p.m. The IDF confirmed the ground operation and said that the operation will involve infantry, engineering corps, and tank units combined with air force and naval support and intelligence.
10:44 p.m. Prime minister's office said the purpose of the operation is to destroy the Gazan terror tunnels leading to Israel.
10:30 p.m. IDF began ground operation in the Gaza Strip. Hamas had bombarded Israel with over 100 missiles since the humanitarian truce ended only seven hours earlier.
10:26 p.m. Rocket sirens go off in southern Israel, in Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
10:10 p.m. A number of rocket interceptions heard above Tel Aviv and the surrounding area.
10:00 p.m. Rocket sirens heard in Tel Aviv and area.
9:31 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Sderot and the Sha'ar Hanegev and Eshkol regional councils.
9:30 p.m. Hamas has executed four Palestinians on suspicion of “collaboration” with Israel since the beginning of the fighting in the Gaza Strip 10 days ago, the Palestinian daily Al-Quds reported Thursday.
The paper quoted sources in the Gaza Strip as saying that another 13 Palestinians have been arrested by Hamas on suspicion of providing Israel with information about militiamen and homes of civilians.
9:10 p.m. The security cabinet is set to meet on Friday at 11:00 a.m. at military headquarters in Tel Aviv.
9:05 p.m. Two rockets land in Eshkol, one fell within a community. No injuries or damage reported.
8:49 p.m. The military wing of Hamas took responsibility for launching a drone into Israeli airspace.
8:31 p.m. A drone was detected in Israeli airspace, over the Ashkelon area. The IAF fired a patriot surface-to-air missile at the aircraft, shooting it down.
8:29 p.m. As of 3:00 p.m. 30 targets have been targeted across Gaza, including a weapons manufacturing site, 10 concealed rocket launchers and 11 tunnels, the IDF said Thursday.
8:15 p.m. Rocket fired at Ashkelon Coast Regional Council hits home in community, sparking fire.
8:05 p.m. Rocket alerts heard in Ashdod, Ashkelon, Ashkelon Coast, Kiryat Malachi. A rocket was intercepted over Ashdod.
7:50 p.m. The Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) and the Northern District Police arrested three residents of Shefar'Am, a small Arab town located in the Galilee, suspected of throwing Molotov cocktails at a police vehicle on July 13th. The report was cleared for publication on Thursday evening.
In their questioning with security officials, the three admitted to participating in violent protests against IAF attacks in Gaza. Two of the suspects are minors.
7:50 p.m. As a result of a successful rocket interception in the Gedera area, sappers from the Shfela district were handling a piece of shrapnel that posed a danger to the public.
7:49 p.m. Rocket hits house in Netivot, causing damage to the structure. No injuries were reported. Police are investigating the incident.
7:30 p.m. Sirens begin in Netivot. Two rockets are intercepted in Sdot Negev as sirens alert residents of regional council of incoming rockets.
7:21 p.m. Rocket alerts sound in Hof Ashkelon Regional Council.
7:03 p.m. In last several hours, 13 rockets were launched at Ashkelon; six were intercepted, one fell in an open area. Rockets cause fire within city. A rocket hit Gan Yavne, causing a fire. Police are investigating the scenes.
7:02 p.m. Sirens sound in Kiryat Gat.
6:59 p.m. An IDF soldier was lightly injured by a mortar fired from Gaza.
6:55 p.m. Six rockets were intercepted over the Shfela region.
6:46 p.m. Rocket alerts sound in Ashdod, Ashkelon, Rehovot, Ness Ziona.
6:45 p.m. The Palestinian Ma'an News Agency reported that the a four-year-old child was killed in an Israeli airstrike in Khan Younis. The report also stated that another three children in southern Gaza were killed in the past two hours.
6:26 p.m. Rocket sirens go on in Eshkol Regional Council.
6:22 p.m. Air raid sirens sound in Ashdod and Be'er Tuvia. Moments ago, Three rockets landed in the Eshkol Regional Council outside of communities. At least eight additional rockets exploded in open areas, communities in region.
6:00 p.m. Sirens warning of rockets sound in central Israel, in Gush Dan and Shfela regions. Audible explosions heard in greater Tel Aviv area.
5:59 p.m. Three rockets were shot down over the greater Tel Aviv area. Rockets were aimed at Ben Gurion International Airport and Netanya, Rosh Ha'ayin, Kfar Saba, Beit Dagan and Kfar Shmeryahu. Rocket alert sirens were sounded across the greater Tel Aviv area and the Sharon Region.
5:56 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts rocket over Sdot Negev communities after sirens blare in regional council.
5:53 p.m. Rocket alerts heard in Netivot, and continue in Ashkelon Coast Regional Council as police arrive at scene where rocket landed minutes ago in house.
5:46 p.m. Rocket falls in Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, hits home, causing property damage but no injuries.
5:38 p.m. Since the ceasefire ended, 40 rockets fired into Israel since ceasefire ended, only three of which were intercepted.
5:36 p.m. A short while ago, a rocket fell inside a community in Eshkol, sparking a fire; firefighting units are headed to scene.
5:29 p.m. Alerts continue to sound in Eshkol, Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Councils.
5:15 p.m. Rocket alerts sounded in Eshkol and Sha'ar Hanegev, and Ashkelon Coast Regional Councils.
5:12 p.m. Rocket alert blares in Ashkelon as Iron Dome intercepts two rockets over city, and another lands in open area.
5:09 p.m. The Palestinian Ma'an News Agency reports Israeli air raids in Gaza, in Khan Younis, Jabaliya and Beit Lahiya.
5:01 p.m. Seven rockets fell in Eshkol Regional Council in recent hour. Two reportedly land within communities, as rocket attacks in southern Israel continue.
4:57 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sounded in Ashkelon and the Ashkelon Caost Council.
4:52 p.m. Rocket alert siren sounds in the Eshkol Regional Council area.
4:40 p.m. Police closed a number of major roads in southern Israel on Thursday afternoon due to an unspecified security incident in the area. Eastbound Highway 25 lanes around Beersheba were closed, Highway 241 from the entrance of Ofakim northwards was closed, and highway 40 in the Dimona area was closed from the Mashabim junction eastwards.
4:38 p.m. A rocket was intercepted over the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council. An earlier rocket that fell in Sha'ar Hanegev started a brush fire.
4:38 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Sderot and the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack.
4:30 p.m. Hamas members who tried to infiltrate Kibbutz Sufa were planning to murder everyone at the kibbutz, President Shimon Peres says.
4:16 p.m. Defense Ministry recognizes the murdered east Jerusalem teenager, Muhammad Abu Khadir, as a victim of hostile action, following an indictment served against suspects in his murder.
4:10 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sound in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
4:04 p.m. Two rockets fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel landed in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council on Thursday. No injuries were reported in the attack.
3:48 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Sderot and Ashkelon Coast Council.
3:43 p.m. Rocket falls in Beersheba. No injuries or damage reported.
3:40 p.m. Two rockets land in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported in the attacks.
3:19 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sound in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council and the Eshkol Regional Council.
2:59 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sounded in Ashkelon and the Ashkelon Coast Council on Thursday afternoon, just as the 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. UN humanitarian cease-fire was ending. A rocket was later discovered in Ashkelon There were no immediate reports of injury in the attacks.
2:55 p.m. An Israeli official said Israeli senior representatives at talks in Cairo had accepted an Egyptian proposal for a comprehensive Gaza cease-fire starting on Friday, but Israel's leaders still had to approve the deal.
The official, who earlier said that Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's decision-making security cabinet had agreed to the truce, later told Reuters the forum had not yet voted and was still examining its details. In Gaza, there was no immediate comment from Hamas or other Palestinian groups on a permanent cease-fire.
2:19 p.m. An IDF soldier was lightly injured during an operational activity near southern Gaza. The IDF responded with mortar fire.
1:50 p.m. The BBC reports that Israel and Hamas have agreed to an Egyptian proposal for a cease-fire that would put an end to the ten-day offensive in the Gaza Strip. The cease-fire reportedly is set to go into effect on Friday at 6 a.m., but neither Israel nor Hamas has confirmed that an agreement has been reached.
12:10 p.m. Three rockets fired from the Gaza Strip landed in the Eshkol Regional Council despite the UN humanitarian cease-fire. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack.
12:00 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sounds in the Eshkol Regional Council despite the UN humanitarian cease-fire.
11:57 a.m. Damages from Gaza hostilities to Israeli businesses have reached NIS 345 million through eight days of Operation Protective Edge, the Israel Manufacturers Association said.
10:00 a.m. Five-hour humanitarian cease-fire goes into effect.
9:54 a.m. Code Red siren sounds in the Eshkol Regional Council.
9:40 a.m. Communities in the Eshkol Regional Council area which had been on lockdown in the wake of the attempted terrorist tunnel infiltration from Gaza on Thursday morning were given the all clear to resume routine operations.
9:30 a.m. Rocket siren sounded in Beersheba.
9:06 a.m. The IDF said the Iron Dome defense system intercepted one rocket over Petah Tikva while another fired in the latest barrage from Gaza landed in the area.
8:46 a.m. Rocket sirens sound in Petah Tikva. Explosions heard above central Israel.
8:45 a.m. Rocket sirens heard in major cities across central Israel, including Bnei Brak, Kiryat Ono, Kfar Sava, and Ra'anana. Minutes earlier, sirens sound in the Ashkelon region as well.
8:37 a.m. Israeli troops foiled an attempt by Hamas terrorists to infiltrate a kibbutz near the Gaza frontier through an underground tunnel before dawn on Thursday, the army announced.
Soldiers manning the border area identified 13 terrorists who crossed into Israeli territory near Kibbutz Sufa through a tunnel that was dug in the southern Gaza Strip.
The army said that the troops "neutralized the threat." There was no word as to the number of casualties in the gunfire, though Israeli troops suffered no injuries.
The army said it held Hamas responsible for the attempted attack.
8:00 a.m. Four rockets fired from the Gaza Strip toward Beersheba exploded in open territory.
7:54 a.m. The IDF announces it targeted the house of Hamas official Khalil al-Hayya in overnight strikes in Gaza.
7:41 a.m. Rocket siren sounds in Beersheba.
3:40 a.m. European Union leaders called on Israelis and Palestinians to end violence and said they welcomed efforts, particularly from Egypt, to broker a cease-fire.
2:15 a.m. Iron Dome intercepts two rockets. One was intercepted over Kiryat Malachi and the other was shot down over Kiryat Gat.
2:10 a.m. Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in the Beit Shemesh area.
2:05 a.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Kiryat Malachi and in Kiryat Gat.
2:05 a.m. Two rockets fell in the Eshkol and Ashkelon Coast regional councils. The rockets fell in open areas the IDF confirmed.
1:35 a.m. Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in Eshkol Regional Council.
1:26 a.m. The United States is committed to a diplomatic effort that will "restore the cease-fire" between Israel and Hamas in Gaza, US President Barack Obama said from the White House, in his first statement on the developing crisis.
Obama praised the Israeli government for initially accepting a cease-fire brokered by Egypt. The US president affirmed that Israel had a right to defend itself.
1:05 a.m. Hamas agreed to a five hour pause in hostilities to allow for relief aid into Gaza.
The UN proposal for a five-hour unilateral humanitarian pause in the fighting was accepted by Israel earlier on Wednesday.
The pause will begin at 10:00 a.m.
Wednesday, July 16
9:54 p.m. The IDF is investigating the incident in order to understand whether it is linked to an air force or navy strike, or whether it is result of a failed Palestinian rocket attack.
9:45 p.m. Israel has reportedly agreed to a six-hour pause in its offensive in the Gaza Strip so as to allow the United Nations to supply humanitarian assistance to the Palestinian population.
9:37 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashdod and surrounding suburbs.
9:22 p.m. Rocket sirens were set off in Ashdod and the surrounding communities, including Kiryat Malachi, Gan Yavne, and Be'er Tuvia.
8:44 p.m. The United Nations has appealed to Israel to halt its military campaign for six hours so as to allow its aid workers to bring humanitarian supplies into the Gaza Strip, Channel 2 reported on Wednesday.
Israeli officials are leaning toward accepting the UN's request, according to the report.
8:20 p.m. Palestinians in Gaza launched four rockets toward Ashkelon and Ashdod moments ago, according to Channel 2.
Two of the rockets were intercepted by Iron Dome, while the other two are believed to have landed in open fields.
7:20 p.m. IAF struck 10 terrorists who were enaged in rocket fire in recent hours.
6:36 p.m. Code Red Siren alerts in Ashkelon and Gaza frontier towns. Channel 2 reports one interception by Iron Dome.
6:27 p.m. Cabinet allows 8,000 additional reservists to be called up, bringing the total number to 56,000 once the additional forces are called up.
5:52 p.m. Gaza health officials say four children were killed on a Gaza beach from IDF navy shelling.
5:39 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts two rockets over Sdot HaNegev Regional council.
4:37 p.m. The Israeli Airforce has targeted 60 terror sites in Gaza since Wednesday morning, the IDF Spokespersons office said.
Among the targets are underground tunnels, rocket launching sites, and Hamas infrastructure and training sites.
4:18 p.m. Code Red Sirens sound in Negev communities surrounding Be'ersheva.
4:09 p.m. Four rockets land in the Eshkol Regional Council. No damages or injuries reported.
4:00 p.m. Code Red Siren alerts in Gaza frontier towns and Ashkelon.
3:58 p.m. Code Red Siren rings in Eshkol Regional council
3:46 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts 5 rockets over Ashkelon.
3:19 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Ashkelon and surrounding region.
3:08 p.m. Hamas had fired 61 rockets at Israel on Wednesday as of 3 p.m., according to the IDF. The Iron Dome intercepted 23 of the projectiles. While 37 of them landed in Israeli territory.
3:02 p.m. 2 rockets fell on open areas of Sdot HaNegev and another fell in an oped area of Sha'ar HaNegev.
2:45 p.m. Two more rockets fell in open territories of the Eshkol Regional Council.
2:28 p.m. One rocket fell in the yard outside of a home in Ashkelon in the last barrage toward that area. There were no injuries reported. Police were on scene.
Three rockets were intercepted over the city by Iron Dome. One other fell in an open area.
2:09 p.m. Be'ersheva, four rockets in open areas, six intercepted.
2:01 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Ashkelon and the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
1:49 p.m. Four rockets were fired at Kiryat Gat, two of which were shot down by the Iron Dome. Two additional rockets landed in open territory. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack.
1:40 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Dimona, Arad and Yeruham. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage in the attacks.
1:36 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Kiryat Gat, the Sha'ar Hanegev regional Council and the Yoav Regional Council in the northern Negev. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage in the attacks.
1:20 p.m. Speaking in Ashkelon on Wednesday, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman reiterated his stance that only a full ground incursion in Gaza would restore peace to Israel and quiet to it's citizens in the South.
12:37 p.m. A rocket hit a kibbutz in Sdot HaNegev, causing damage to the community cafeteria.
12:20 p.m. 8 rockets were fired at Ofekim. Iron Dome intercepted one of the rockets while the rest landed in open territory.
12:16 p.m. Code Red sirens went off in Sha'ar HaNegev and the Beersheba area.
11:56 a.m. A Code Red was sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council and five rockets landed in open spaces.
11:46 a.m. The Eshkol Regional Council Fire Department was called after rocket debris damaged several vehicles and caused some to leak gasoline. 2 fire teams were rushed to the scene where at least 12 vehicles were damaged.
10:40 a.m. Code Red heard in Sha'ar HaNegev.
10:19 a.m. Announcement made that the funeral of Dror Chanin, 37, will take place at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Chanin was killed by Hamas mortar shells while he delivered donations to soldiers at Erez crossing near Gaza.
10:13 a.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council. 9 rockets exploded in open territories.
10:00 a.m. Hamas has fired 1,248 rockets at Israel since July 8 and the subsequent launching of Operation Protective Edge.
9:26 a.m. Moments ago a Code Red rocket alert siren sounded in Tel Aviv, and much of the Gush Dan and Sharon regions. At least four rockets were intercepted by Iron Dome over Tel Aviv. One rocket was also intercepted over Ashdod.
9:00 a.m. Following warning by the IDF to northern Gaza residents to evacuate their homes by 8:00 a.m. today or risk their lives in oncoming IAF strikes. According to Israeli media, the IAF has granted a 'grace' period until 9:00 a.m. for Gazans to leave their homes.
8:51 a.m. One rocket fell between two houses in a community in Be'er Tuvia Regional Council in the last rocket barrage. One woman suffered light wounds from shrapnel and was taken to hospital for treatment.
8:45 a.m. A Gazan Health Ministry official says the Palestinian death toll has reached 200.
8:02 a.m. Code Red sirens sound in Be'er Tuvia, Kiryat Malachi and surrounding areas. One rocket was intercepted by Iron Dome over Kiryat Malachi. Four others fell in open areas.
7:58 a.m. Eight rockets were fired towards Ashkelon moments ago. Six were intercepted, and two fell in open areas.
7:41 a.m. Code Red sirens sounded in Ashkelon. Iron Dome makes four interceptions.
7:38 a.m. Four rockets fired from Gaza landed outside a community in the Eshkol Regional Council.
7:25 a.m. The Code Red rocket siren sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council.
7:20 a.m. The IDF confirms 25 terror targets were struck in the Gaza Strip overnight.
4:41 a.m. Code Red siren sounds in the Eshkol Regional Council.
4:02 a.m. Palestinians reported that Israeli air strikes in the Gaza Strip killed at least three in the early hours of Wednesday and destroyed the house of top Hamas political leader Mahmoud Zahar - who is believed to be in hiding elsewhere.
12:34 a.m. Palestinians were reporting that an Israeli air strike destroyed the house belonging to Hamas legislator Ismail al-Ashkar a short wile ago.
12: 15 a.m. The Iron Dome anti-rocket system intercepts a rocket over Ashkelon.
12:12 a.m. Code Red siren sounds in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
12:00 a.m. Hamas' Interior Ministry urged residents of Gaza not to heed to the IDF calls to leave their homes, saying the warning were part of Israel's "psychological war."
Tuesday, July 15
11:56 p.m. Dror Hanin, 37, from Beit Aryeh was named late Tuesday night as the Israeli man who was killed after being struck by shrapnel from a mortar shell near the Erez Crossing earlier in the day.
11:55 p.m. The IDF was sending messages to residents of the northern Gaza Strip late on Tuesday, advising them to evacuate their homes as part of Israeli efforts to avoid causing harm to civilians during strikes.
10:55 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in Hof Ashkelon, Sha'ar HaNegev and Kiryat Gat. Channel 2 reported a successful interception over Kiryat Gat.
10:35 p.m. A rocket fell around 10:30 p.m. on Tuesday night in the Eshkol Regional Council. The rocket fell in open territory and caused no damages or injuries.
9:50 p.m. Two rockets fired from Gaza exploded in the Hebron area.
9:20 p.m. Code Red rocket sirens sounded in Beit Shemesh and the Jerusalem area as well as in Jericho in the West Bank. Iron Dome intercepted one of the rockets. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage.
9:09 p.m. Israel demonstrated restraint for hours after Egypt's proposed ceasefire was set to take effect, the United States said on Tuesday, as Israel and Hamas in Gaza resumed attacks on one another this afternoon.
"The Israelis welcomed the ceasefire, the cabinet supported it and as Hamas continued to fire rockets, Israel declined to respond for several hours," State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki told reporters in Washington on Tuesday.
As was true yesterday, and the day before, Washington continues to believe that Israel has the right to defend itself, which includes "responding to indiscriminate attacks into their country on civilians," she added.
8:59 p.m. Code Red sirens went off in and around Ashdod, Ashkelon and Beir Tuvia as well as several other communities in the South.
8:05 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu addressed the country shortly following a mortar and rocket barrage launched at Israel from Gaza on Tuesday afternoon that killed an Israeli civilian near Gaza.
"We made the decision to approve a cease fire proposed by Egypt," said the PM, "If Hamas and Islamic Jihad refuse to accept [a ceasefire] we will respond with great force."
"That is how we responded this afternoon hitting a great number of targets."
"If there is to be no ceasefire, our answer is fire," said Netanyahu.
7:10 p.m. A young Israeli man (37) was killed on Tuesday by mortar shell fire when Hamas and the Islamic Jihad unleashed a barrage of rocket fire and mortar shells at southern Israel and the greater Tel Aviv area. A second man (44) was wounded by shrapnel.
Police forces were called to the scene and Magen David Adom medical personnel evacuated the men from the Erez checkpoint near Gaza and admitted them to Barzilai where one was declared dead. The second man was treated for shrapnel wounds.
A report by Channel 2 stated that the men were volunteers visiting soldiers near Gaza to deliver food donations.
7:05 p.m. Two rockets fall in open areas in Beersheba.
7:05 p.m. Two rockets fall in Ashkelon.
7:00 p.m. Code Red sirens were sounded in Tel Aviv as three rockets were intercepted over the greater Tel Aviv area. Iron Dome also successfully intercepted a rocket over Ashkelon.
Around the same time as the rocket interceptions over Tel Aviv, rocket sirens sounded in Dimona and Yerucham.
6:37 p.m. Code Red siren in Ashkelon Coast Regional Council
6:27 p.m. The Iron Dome intercepted two rockets over Netivot, while two additonal rockets fired at the the Negev town fell in open territories. No injuries or damage were reported in the attacks.
6:22 p.m. Two rockets fall in open areas of Beersheba.
6:20 p.m. Code Red rocket siren sounds in Beersheba, and Nevatim.
6:06 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Ashkelon Coast Council and Sderot.
5:57 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Netivot, Sdot Negev Regional Council and Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
5:56 p.m. IAF bombs 30 targets in Gaza following Hamas rejection of cease-fire. The targets included 20 underground rocket launchers which included medium-range launchers, tunnels, a facility for storing weapons, and an operations base used by senior Islamic Jihad members.
5:55 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Eshkol Regional Council
5:52 p.m. The IDF struck a terrorist in northern Gaza who was in the last stage of preparing a rocket attack on Israel
5:39 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Ashkelon and in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
5:06 p.m. 3 more rockets fell on the Eshkol Regional Council. No damages or injuries were reported.
5:00 p.m. Since 9 a.m. on Tuesday, 76 rockets were fired at Israel from Gaza. 55 fell in Israeli territory, and nine were intercepted.
4:58 p.m. A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip was shot down by the Iron Dome over Ashkelon. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack.
4:44 p.m. Three additional rockets fell in Eshkol Regional Council. Two of the rockets hit structures in a village. One of the damaged structures was a chicken coop. There were no injuries in the attack. The police say that since around 4:00 p.m., 14 rockets landed in Eshkol.
4:30 p.m. Three rockets exploded in the Eshkol Regional Council. Some minor damages were sustained by an agricultural building.
4:26 p.m. Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said tthat Israel should "go all the way in Gaza," meaning it should reoccupy the territory. Speaking during a Knesset press conference, Liberman said that Operation Protective Edge "should end with the IDF controlling all of Gaza."
4:23 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Ashkelon and Hof Ashkelon.
4:05 p.m. Palestinians in the Gaza Strip are claiming that they have been receiving text messages and pre-recorded phone calls from the IDF that blame Hamas for the renewal of Israeli strikes following Hamas's rejection of the ceasefire.
4:04 p.m. Three additional rockets fall in the Eshkol Regional Council.
4:01 p.m. Four rockets fall in the Eshkol Regional Council. Three of the rockets fell outside of a village and one fell outside the boundaries of a village.
4:00 p.m. Code Red sirens blare in Eshkol and Ashkelon Coast Regional Councils and the city of Ashkelon.
3:52 p.m. A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip fell in between two residential buildings in Sderot. The buildings sustained some damage, but no injuries were reported in the attack.
3:20 p.m. Rocket fell in between two buildings in Sderot, no injuries were reported but damage was caused to some structures. Police forces at the scene.
3:14 p.m. Rockets land in open areas in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council; Sdot Negev communities hear sirens, as a rocket falls in open field, not causing damage or injuries.
2:43 p.m. Ashkelon Coast Regional Council hears rocket sirens.
2:35 p.m. Code Red sirens heard in Eshkol moments ago. Three rockets fell in open areas, no injuries were reported.
2:17 p.m. Two rockets fell outside of a community in Eshkol after sirens were heard in regional council.
2:08 p.m. IDF spokesperson rejects Palestinian reports of an Israeli air strike in Gaza.
2:00 p.m. Sirens heard in Hof Ashkelon.
1:30 p.m. Sirens heard in Rehovot, Rishon Lezion, Ness Ziona and Shfela region. One rocket fell in open area, one intercepted over Rehovot by Iron Dome.
1:20 p.m. Interior Minister Gideon Sa'ar asks Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to convene the government to discuss the ceasefire agreement, in light of "the one-sided attacks by Hamas in recent hours."
1:16 p.m. Since 9:00 a.m., nearly 35 rockets were fired from Gaza at Israel, according to the IDF. One of these rockets was fired toward Haifa.
1:09 p.m. Sirens continue in Rehovot, Ness Ziona Rishon Lezion, Gedera, Yavne and the surrounding areas.
1:00 p.m. Rockets that hit Ashkelon earlier cause fire in open field; firefighting units are on the scene.
12:55 p.m. Sirens continue in south, in Sdot Negev and Netivot. Two interceptions by Iron Dome over communities in area, according to the Israel Police.
12:48 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Eshkol Regional Council.
12:37 p.m. Hamas takes responsibility for firing towards northern Israel after rocket sirens were heard in area minutes ago.
12:30 p.m. Sirens go off in Binyamina, Zichron Yaakov, Hadera and the Haifa area, warning of incoming rockets launched from Gaza.
Meanwhile in southern Israel, sirens blare across several communities in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council, as a rocket explodes near a kibbutz.
12:21 p.m. Sirens warning of incoming rockets blare in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council and Ashkelon, as Iron Dome intercepts a rocket over city.
Sirens go off in Rehovot, Nes Ziona, Gedera, Yavne, Rishon Letzion sirens as well.
Iron Dome intercepts rocket over Rehovot, others fall in open areas near Gaza.
12:17 p.m. Two more rockets were now intercepted over Netivot. IDF spokesperson said that in addition, an Israeli soldier was lightly injured by shrapnel of a rocket that hit Sderot.
Three rockets landed inside a community in the Eshkol Regional Council in southern Israel, after sirens went off in area; no injuries reported.
12:12 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Tuesday that Israel had accepted the Egyptian proposal for a ceasefire with Gaza in order to give a chance to efforts to solve the Hamas rocket and tunnel threat through diplomacy.
Speaking at a press conference with German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier, Netanyahu said that if Hamas rejects the ceasefire and continues to fire rockets, Israel will intensify the operation in Gaza.
12:06 p.m. Code red rocket alerts blare in Netivot and the Sdot Negev Regional Council.
11:55 a.m. Top official from the Palestinian Islamist group said Hamas was still debating an Egyptian-proposed Gaza truce. "We are still in consultation and there has been no official position made by the (Hamas) movement regarding the Egyptian proposal," Moussa Abu Marzouk, who was in Cairo, said in a Facebook posting.
11:44 a.m. Code Red rocket alert siren heard in Eshkol. Rocket lands in open field outside a community.
11:30 a.m. Rocket alert sirens sound in Beer Tuvia and Ashdod. A rocket exploded in Ashdod in the back yard of a house; no injuries were reported. One rocket hit a warehouse in a kibbutz in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council, injuries were not reported. Additional rockets exploded in open fields in the area.
11:25 a.m. A barrage of rockets was fired into southern Israel from Gaza setting of Code Red sirens in Kiryat Malachi, Gan Yavne, Ashkelon, and several western Negev communities bordering Gaza.
11:19 a.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Sderot and in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
10:36 a.m. Sirens rang out for the second time since this morning's ceasefire agreement accepted by Israel. Code Red in Eshkol Regional Council. One rocket fell outside a town in the Eshkol region in an open area, causing no injuries or damage.
9:57 a.m. Code red rocket alert sirens sound in the Eshkol Regional Council area less than an hour after Israel agreed to an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire that was supposed to go into effect at 9 a.m. Police said that two rockets fell in the Eshkol Regional Council area. There were no immediate reports of injuries or damage in the attacks.
9:05 a.m. The Security Cabinet officially accepts the Egyptian-brokered ceasefire, which comes into effect immediately.
9:00 a.m. The IAF attacked 25 targets in Gaza overnight; in the past 24 hours, Israel struck 132 targets, including 53 concealed rocket launching pads, 11 weapons storage facilities.
8:57 a.m. Summary of Eilat rocket incident: 30 people were taken to Yoseftal Hospital in the city, 7 of whom were lightly wounded. One 53-year-old woman was taken to Soroka University Medical Center in Beersheba to get shrapnel removed from her face. The rest of the patients suffered from shock.
8:54 a.m. Code Red siren sounds in Eshkol. One rocket explodes outside of a town in the region. There were no injuries or damage.
8:30 a.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens go off in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council. Two rockets intercepted in area by Iron Dome.
8:20 a.m. An additional Iron Dome missile defense battery went into operation Monday night, the Defense Ministry announced Tuesday morning.
7:40 a.m. The IAF attacked the home of the leader of Hamas' military wing, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam, Marwan Issa, according to Palestinian reports.
7:33 a.m. Code Red rocket sirens sound in Eshkol Regional Council. A rocket landed in the Kerem Shalom area. No injuries, damage reported.
7:30 a.m. Reuters reports that rockets launched at Eilat overnight Tuesday were from Egypt, citing Israeli security officials. The officials said the salvo was fired by Islamist militants in the Egyptian Sinai and meant to upstage Cairo's efforts to mediate a truce between Israel and Gaza, according to the report.
7:22 a.m. Hamas armed wing rejects reported Egyptian ceasefire plan.
6:44 a.m Code Red siren alerts in Hof Ashkelon.
5:02 a.m. President Barack Obama said he was encouraged by Egypt's proposal for a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinians and sided with Israel against what he called "inexcusable attacks."
2:15 a.m. MDA says three people lightly injured by Eilat rocket and 17 treated for shock.
1:30 a.m. Code Red siren rings in Eilat and surrounding areas.
Monday, July 14
11:30 p.m. The security cabinet was slated to convene on Tuesday morning to discuss a ceasefire deal proposed by Egypt.
11:20 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in the Sha'ar Henegev Regional Council.
10:58 p.m. Hamas spokesman Fawzi Barhoum said in response to the Egyptian ceasefire proposal that his movement would not accept any truce that excludes the conditions of the Palestinian groups and people.
10:47 p.m. A rocket fired from Lebanon landed on Monday night in an open area near Rosh Hanikra and the border between the two countries.
10:27 p.m. The Egyptian government on Monday proposed a ceasefire between Israel and the Palestinian groups in the Gaza Strip according to which the two sides would end “hostilities” as of 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday.
9:50 p.m. Reports of a siren sounding in the Golan Heights on Monday night were false, an IDF spokeswoman said, adding that no projectiles had landed in the area.
9:37 p.m. The Iron Dome anti-rocket system intercepted one projectile over Beersheba, two others reportedly landed in open areas.
9:31 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Golan Heights and Beersheba.
9:27 p.m. Code Red rocket sirens sound in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
9:02 p.m. Code Red rocket sirens sound in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
8:35 p.m. IDF update: So far today, 85 rockets fired from Gaza hit Israel; the Iron Dome intercepted an additional 15 rockets.
8:06 p.m. Code Red rocket siren sound in the Eshkol Regional Council.
7:15 p.m. Two children from a Beduin village near Beersheba were moderately-to-seriously injured by rocket shrapnel. The 11-year-old and 13-year-old were admitted to Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba.
7:10 p.m. Code Red rocket siren sounded in Dimona, warning of a possible attack on the Negev city.
6:58 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in the Eshkol Regional Council, Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council and the Ashkelon Caost Regional Council. Two rockets land in Eshkol region. None injured.
6:21 p.m. An 81-year-old man suffered serious head injuries when he fell while running to a bomb shelter in Beersheba to take cover from an incoming rocket attack.
6:15 p.m. A rocket fired from Syria exploded in open territory near an Israeli community in the northern Golan Heights on Monday, according to Army Radio. The rocket reportedly started a fire, but did not cause any injuries.
The IDF would not confirm that a rocket fell, stating that an alert siren had sounded in the Golan Heights and they were still checking the circumstances.
5:57 p.m. US Ambassador Dan Shapiro visited Ilan Solomon, who was seriously hurt from a Hamas rocket at a petrol station in Ashdod on Friday. Solomon underwent complicated surgery at the Rabin Medical Center’s Beilinson Campus to remove shrapnel from his had and to save one arm from amputation.
5:54 p.m. A code red rocket alert siren sounded in the Golan Heights. There were no immediate reports on the cause of the siren.
5:53 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in Beersheba and the surrounding areas as well as in the Sdot Negev Regional Council on Monday evening.
5:36 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
5:13 p.m. After rocket sirens were heard in the greater Tel Aviv area, the IDF says the Israel Air Force had struck six rocket launching sites in the Gaza Strip a short while ago that the military said were used to fire projectiles at Sderot earlier in the day.
4:59 p.m. Several blasts were heard as air raid sirens were sounded in the greater Tel Aviv area, warning of a rocket attack.
4:49 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Ashdod and Ashkelon.
4:43 p.m. Finance Minister Yair Lapid gives all Israeli businesses a 5-day extension for paying their income tax and VAT, an attempt to ease some of the economic pressure resulting from the security situation. Businesses will be able to pay their taxes until the 20th of the month instead of the 15th. A week earlier, Lapid extended the tax deadline for businesses in the 40 km around Gaza until the 25th of the month.
4:27 p.m. The IAF attacked the rocket launchers which fired projectiles at the western Negev town of Kissufim, not far from the Gaza border, the army announced on Monday.
The army vows it would continue to hit Palestinians in Gaza involved in firing rockets at Israeli civilians.
4:25 p.m. Two rockets explode in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported.
4:02 p.m. A rocket explodes in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council area. No injuries or damage were caused in the attack.
3:38 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in the Eshkol Regional Council.
3:15 p.m. A soldier suffered light injuries from shrapnel from a Gazan mortar shell in Eshkol Monday afternoon. He was treated on scene and later taken to an area hospital for extended medical care.
2:47 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Kiryat Malachi, Hof Ashkelon.
2:45 p.m. A mortar shell from Gaza landed in a warehouse in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council, setting the building on fire.
Police were on the scene and reported that no people were injured in the incident.
2:24 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Eshkol and Sha'ar Hanegev.
2:19 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Gan Yavne.
2:13 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Eshkol Regional Council.
1:44 p.m. The European Union said on Monday it was in touch with "parties in the region" to press for an immediate ceasefire in Gaza.
The EU was following events in Gaza, where health officials said more than 166 Palestinians have been killed during a week-long Israeli offensive, with great concern.
"We call on all sides to exercise maximum restraint, to avoid casualties and to return calm. We are in contact with parties in the region to do their utmost to achieve an immediate ceasefire," EU foreign policy spokeswoman Maja Kocijancic told reporters, without giving details.
1:33 p.m. Since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge: 980 Gazan rockets have been launched at Israel, Iron Dome has intercepted 200 rockets, the IAF has struck 1470 sites in Gaza.
Since midnight there have been 32 rockets launched at Israel, 28 rocket hits, and 4 interceptions.
1:15 p.m. Moments ago a rocket alert siren sounded in Ashkelon. One rocket was intercepted by Iron Dome.
1:13 p.m. Since the beginning of the operation, 38 Gazan rockets fell within Gaza in civilian areas, according to the IDF.
1:00 p.m. Rocket falls in open area of Eshkol.
12:55 p.m. A siren sounds in Eshkol.
12:43 p.m. Six rockets were launched at Ashdod moments ago. One fell in a yard next to a house, leaving an 8-year-old boy with light injuries and setting a car on fire. The boy was being treated by paramedics.
One rocket fell in an open area, and the remaining four were intercepted by Iron Dome.
12:35 p.m. Sirens were also heard in Mitzpe Ramon in the Negev.
12:29 p.m. A rocket exploded in an open area in the Eshkol region. No injuries or damage were reported.
12:25 p.m. A rocket alert siren sounds in Ashdod, Gan Yavne, Be'er Tuvia and in the Lachish region.
11:58 a.m. A rocket siren was heard in Sha'ar Hanegev. No explosion or interception was heard, and there were no reports of damage or injuries.
11:35 a.m. Police reported that an unspecified number of rockets were fired on Ashkelon. Iron Dome intercepted all of the rockets in the barrage.
11:19 a.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashkelon and Hof Ashkelon Regional Council. Successful interception of rockets.
11:02 a.m. The military wing of Hamas, the Al Qassam Brigades, claimed responsibility for sending a drone from Gaza into Israeli territory Monday morning.
Hamas spokespeople also said that they sent several other drones into Israel for deep reconnaissance purposes.
The Patriot missile battery shot down the one identified drone over an open area in Ashdod.
10:43 a.m. Sirens are heard in Be'er Tuvia and Asheklon.
9:55 a.m. The southern part of Hof Ashkelon Regional Council is now a closed military zone due to security reasons, Army Radio says.
9:36 a.m. Yarin Levy, 16, who was badly injured by shrapnel from an exploding rocket on Sunday in Ashkelon was in stable condition overnight in the ICU and was improving, MDA said Monday.
8:26 a.m. Sirens heard in the Ashkelon and Ashdod areas. Two rockets were identified, one fell next to a home in Ashkelon. No injuries were reported, but the rocket caused damage to the building.
8:21 a.m. An unexploded rocket was identified in the yard of a private home in Ashkelon. Police were on their way to the scene.
7:59 a.m. An unmanned aircraft entered Israeli territory from Gaza and was shot down over Ashdod by the Patriot missile battery Monday morning.
The Israeli Navy was searching for remnants of the drone, which was shot down over an open area near the coast. The drone set off a Code Red alert siren in the city.
7:55 a.m. Sirens were heard in Hof Ashkelon, Netivot and Sdot Hanegev Regional Councils moments ago.
7:11 a.m. Code Red sirens sounded in Sdot Hanegev and surrounding areas.
3:17 a.m. The IDF Spokesman's Office stated on Monday that Israel has kept the border crossing into Gaza open to fuel and humanitarian imports.
According to IDF statistics, 70 trucks carrying food and general supplies crossed into Gaza on Sunday. 120 tons of gas and 376,000 liters of fuels also entered Gaza at the border crossing with Israel despite ongoing hostilities and continued rocket fire into Israel.
3:05 a.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council and 12 rockets were fired at the area.
12:29 a.m. Code Red siren heard in the northern city of Nahariya as two Katyusha rockets were launched at the northern city and fell in open areas.
Sunday, July 13
11:55 p.m. Sirens were heard in Ashkelon late on Sunday night and Iron Dome intercepted seven out of seven rockets launched at the southern city.
11:00 p.m. A projectile was fired from Syria into Israel's Golan Heights on Sunday evening. No injuries were reported. The IDF responded with precision artillery fire at Syrian army positions.
IDF sources said they identified accurate strikes. Security officials say they believe the projectile was fired at Israel deliberately. "The IDF views the Syrian regime as responsible for what is done in its territory," the military said.
10:50 p.m. A Gazan missile hit an open area outside of a kibbutz in the Sdot Hanegev Regional Council, Israel Police reported Sunday night. There were no reports of injuries or damages as a result of the rocket.
10:00 p.m. Rocket from Gaza strikes in open area in the Eshkol Regional Council, directly outside a community. There were no reports of damage or injuries.
9:30 p.m. Two Gazan rockets hit open areas in the Eshkol Regional Council. There were no injuries or damage reported.
8:15 p.m. 20 rockets from Gaza launched toward Israel. Rocket alert sirens were sounded Jerusalem and the surrounding area. Rocket alert sirens were also sounded in Yavne, Gan Yavne, Modi'in, Ariel, Kiryat Malahi, the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, Ashdod, and the Eshkol Regional Council.
Two rockets were intercepted over Gan Yavne, one rocket was intercepted over Ashkelon and another rocket landed in an open area in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
7:33 p.m. The soldier who was moderately injured by a mortar shell in Eshkol over the weekend has undergone a drastic improvement in his condition after several surgeries, Soroka Medical Center in Beersheba announced Sunday. He has regained consciousness and is breathing independently.
7:26 p.m. Rockets fall in the Sdot Negev Regional Council and in Netivot. No injuries or damage were reported.
7:17 p.m. Hamas denied that its leader, Khaled Mashaal was on a secret visit on Sunday in Turkey to try to find ways to reach a ceasefire to end the current hostilities between the Hamas ruled Gaza Strip and Israel.
An earlier report on Israel's Channel 2 said that the Hamas leader had traveled to Turkey on Sunday to advance a ceasefire.
7:06 p.m. Code Red alert sirens sound in Netivot and the Bnei Shimon Regional Council area.
7:00 p.m. US Secretary of State Kerry speaks to Prime Minister Netanyahu by phone, saying US is growing concerned about escalating tensions on the ground in Gaza.
6:21 p.m. Three rockets fall in the Eshkol Regional Council area.No injuries were reported in the attack, but a chicken coop was hit and a fire started as a result of one of the rockets. Firefighters were on the scene.
6:15 p.m. Sirens were heard in Gedera, Gan Yavne and surrounding areas. Two rockets intercepted above Gedera
6:10 p.m. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier will travel to the Middle East on Monday and meet Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas, to discuss the ongoing hostilities between Hamas and Israel, German media reported on Sunday.
5:59 p.m. A rocket lands in the Sderot area. No injuries or damage were reported.
5:57 p.m. A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip into southern Israel lands in the Sdot Negev Regional Council. No injuries or damage were reported in the attack.
5:25 p.m. Two people lightly injured on way to bomb shelters in Hadera and Netanya.
5:09 p.m. Shrapnel from an intercepted rocket falls in Rishon Lezion; no resulting injuries.
5:00 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sounded for the communities surrounding the Gaza Strip.
4:53 p.m. The IAF struck 2 rocket launchers used to fire on Ashdod and Beersheba in recent minutes. A third rocket launcher in north Gaza used to fire on central Israel was also hit.
4:49 p.m. MDA says that so far no bodily injuries from barrage of rocket fire; some treated for anxiety throughout country
4:35 p.m. At the same time rockets are fired at central Israel from Gaza , sirens sound in Nahariya in the North. Authorities checking if rockets were fired from Lebanon
4:35 p.m. Rocket alert sirens sounded in the greater Tel Aviv area as well as further north in Hadera, Binyamina and Zichron Yaakov
At least two rockets are intercepted above Tel Aviv area.
4:05 p.m. Ashkelon fire crews headed to two locations in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, one of which fell in the area's industrial district to put out fires caused by Gazan rocket hits.
4:02 p.m. 51 Gazan rockets have fallen in Israeli territory today. Ten were intercepted.
3:50 p.m. Code red sirens sound in the Eshkol Regional Council.
3:40 p.m. Code red rocket sirens sounded in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
2:55 p.m. President Shimon Peres charged that "there can be no compromise with terror" as terrorists in the Gaza Strip continued to launch rockets at Israel.
2:50 p.m. The Code Red siren sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council.
2:41 p.m. A rocket fired in the latest launching from Gaza landed in Ashkelon, causing light damage. No injuries were reported.
2:23 p.m. Red Alert sirens sound in Ashkelon and Ashdod
2:18 p.m. Two rockets land in open areas in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damage are reported in the attacks.
2:04 p.m. Since Sunday morning, the IDF has carried out a series of targeted strikes in the Gaza Strip, the military's spokesperson said.
The IDF has targeted Hamas bases of operation in the Strip, including a building used by one of its operatives in Beit Lahiya.
The military also said it destroyed a building in Beit Lahiya used by Islamic Jihad to launch rockets into Israel.
The IDF says that 36 percent of all rocket fire since Monday originated in northern Gaza. Of all of the long-range rockets launched by Palestinians, 30 percent originated in Beit Lahiya, while 10 percent of all rockets launched originated in Beit Lahiya.
1:56 p.m. Air raid sirens sounded in Be'er Tuvia and the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
1:34 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council.
1:30 p.m. Pope Francis called for an end to the flare-up of hostility between Palestinians and Israelis, urging leaders to listen to the call of the people who want peace.
12:33 A rocket fired into Israel from the Gaza Strip landed in Ashkelon on Sunday. One person was injured in the attack.
12:21 p.m. Palestinian sources reported on Sunday that Palestinian factions in Gaza executed a Shin Bet collaborator shortly after his arrest.
“The collaborator was operating on the ground,” said one source, without going into further details.
12:09 p.m. The Code Red siren sounded in Ashkelon and the surrounding region
11:11 a.m. Code Red rocket sirens sounded in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council.
11:13 a.m. Code Red sirens sound in Ashkelon Coast Council
11:12 a.m. Two rockets fired into Israel from the Gaza Strip landed in the Merhavim Regional Council area near Beersheba. No injuries or damage were reported.
10:48 a.m. Code Red siren sounds in Sdot Negev Regional Council.
10:42 a.m. Two rockets fired from Gaza landed in open areas near Beersheba after the Code Red siren sounded in the major Negev city.
10:06 a.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sounded in Ashkelon, Ashdod and Be'er Tuvia on Sunday morning.
8:54 a.m. Five rockets fired from Gaza exploded in open areas in the Eshkol Regional Council. The Code Red siren was sounded in the area warning of the incoming attack.
8:50 a.m. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas was preparing on Sunday to write a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appealing for "international protection" for Palestinians as the IDF continued its operation against persistent Hamas rocket fire.
7: 54 a.m. The IDF has begun alerting tens of thousands of residents in northern Gaza to vacate the area ahead of more intensive IAF attacks on rocket launchers and commanders there, a senior army source said Sunday.
6:25 a.m. Three rockets were intercepted over the Shfela region; one over Ashdod. Sirens continue in the south.
6:00 a.m. Sirens sound in multiple areas in Shfela region, central Israel: Ben Gurion Airport, Rishon Lezion, Ramla, Lod, Rehovot, Nes Ziona, following sirens in the south, in Ashdod and Ashkelon.
3:50 a.m. Israel Navy commandos raided a facility from which Hamas fired many long-range rocket at Israeli cities, the IDF said. During the raid, the commandos were shot at by Hamas gunmen, and returned fire. "The facility was hit and damaged," the army said.
Four commandos sustained light injuries during the special operation. They have been evacuated to hospital in Israel
3:00 a.m. Hamas spokesman calls air strike Israel's response to U.N. statement. "Israel has replied to the United Nations statement by killing 15 Palestinians. So Israel, by doing that, they have rejected the statement and we during this massacre confirmed that we will protect our Palestinian people and we will face the Israeli offensive. Fifteen martyrs killed in one moment."
1:45 a.m. Code Red sirens continue to wail in nation's south. Several rockets explode in open areas in the Sdot Negev Regional Council.
12:41 a.m. Series of code red rocket alert sirens sound in the Sha'ar Hanegev and Sdot Negev Regional Councils.
12:15 a.m. Local authorities in Western Galilee towns, including the mayors of Nahariya and Shlomi, have ordered to open public bomb shelters in their cities, following a rocket attack from Lebanon in northern Israel.
12:00 a.m. Code Red alert sounds in Eshkol Regional Council.
Saturday, July 12
23:35 p.m. Arabs hurled stones and Molotov cocktails at police forces in the east Jerusalem village of Issawiya. In At-Tur and Kalandia, dozens of masked Arab rioters threw rocks at police who were dispersing the crowds. The Molotov cocktails caused a fire near Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus; no injuries were reported during the clashes.
23:15 p.m. Gaza health ministry says Israeli air strike on home of Gaza's police chief kills 15 Palestinians. Israel has not confirmed the report. A source in Hamas said the police chief, Tayseer Al-Batsh, was in a critical condition and most of the dead were from the same family.
23:00 p.m. Hamas’s military arm attempted to conduct psychological warfare via social media Friday, claiming to have hacked the Facebook accounts of dozens of MKs though there was no evidence it succeeded in doing so: “Al-Qassam Brigades succeeded in penetrating the accounts of dozens of enemy leaders and members of the Knesset,” the group tweeted.
As of Saturday night, no lawmakers’ Facebook pages showed signs of being hacked, nor were any threatening messages reported.
9:25 p.m. Rocket sirens blare in other regions of the country including Modi'in, Rehovot, Lod.
9:18 p.m. Two separate Code Red sirens sound in Tel Aviv, at least one interception reported.
8:45 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts rocket over Ashdod.
8:05 p.m. Hamas announced that at 9 p.m. on Saturday they will launch long range, yet undemonstrated J-80 rockets at Tel Aviv, Channel 2 reported.
7:30 p.m. The UN Security Council on Saturday called for a ceasefire in hostilities between Palestinians and Israelis and expressed serious concern about the welfare and protection of civilians on both sides.
"The Security Council members called for de-escalation of the situation, restoration of calm, and reinstitution of the November 2012 ceasefire," the 15-member body said in a statement.
7:15 p.m. The IDF confirms that rockets from Gaza struck the West Bank cities of Hebron and Bethlehem.
7:00 p.m. Code Red Sirens alert in Jerusalem and surrounding areas.
6:30 p.m. Magen David Adom EMS was treating one person in Rishon Lezion who fell down the stairs while he was running to a protected area during a rocket alert siren. MDA was treating another person in Ness Ziona who suffered shock.
6:12 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts two rockets over central Israel in the Shfela area.
6:05 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashdod, Lod, Rishon Lezion and other areas in the Shfela area.
5:30 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts rocket over Ashkelon.
3:55 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Beersheba.
3:45 p.m. Report: Two of Hamas Prime Minister Ismael Haniyeh's nephews killed by IAF strike on home that belonged to his sister.
3:25 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in the western Negev.
3:15 p.m. Rocket sirens heard in the western Negev.
3:07 p.m. Rocket sirens heard in the Eshkol regional council.
2:58 p.m. Rocket sirens heard in western Negev.
2:54 p.m. Five Palestinians were killed in an Israeli strike in the Gaza Strip, Channel 10 reported on Saturday.
2:32 p.m. Rocket sirens are heard in greater Ashkelon.
2:30 p.m. Two Israelis were injured on Saturday when a Palestinian rocket slammed into a home in the Gaza frontier town of Netivot.
The injuries are not considered serious, Channel 10 reported.
2:01 p.m. Palestinians in Gaza launched rockets toward Ashkelon and the smaller communities near the border.
1:58 p.m. Rocket sirens were activated a short time ago in Israeli towns close to the Gaza frontier.
1:37 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Beersheba, northern Negev towns, Dimona, and Yeruham.
1:36 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashkelon.
1:10 p.m. Rocket sirens were heard moments ago in Kerem Shalom, near the border with Gaza.
12:56 p.m. Rocket sirens were activated moments ago in Ashkelon and the smaller towns and communities near the Gaza border.
12:52 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashkelon and Gaza frontier towns.
12:13 p.m. Rocket sirens heard in Sdot Negev and Sha'ar Hanegev.
12:00 p.m. Rocket intercepted by Iron Dome over Rehovot, while at least two rockets fell in open areas near the city.
11:42 a.m. Palestinians fired a barrage of rockets at the western Negev, Ashdod, Ashkelon, and the Shfela region.
11:35 a.m. Israel’s air force will continue to pound targets in the Gaza Strip over the course of at least the next 24 hours, the IDF Spokesperson said on Saturday.
Brig.-Gen. Moti Almoz told Israel Radio on Saturday that there were still “many” targets in the Gaza Strip remaining. While air force sorties will continue, the army high command is simultaneously preparing for a ground incursion.
Almoz told Israel Radio that Hamas is “growing increasingly frustrated over its inability to exact casualties among Israeli civilians.” He said that the army was diligently working to avoid civilian casualties among the Palestinian population in Gaza.
11:30 a.m. Rocket sirens were heard in Ashkelon as well as nearly a dozen other smaller communities near the Gaza frontier.
11:13 a.m. Rocket sirens sound in the Gaza frontier kibbutz of Nir Oz.
10:41 a.m. Hamas officials assailed Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas for his criticism of the persistent rocket attacks on Israel, Israel Radio reported on Saturday.
Leaders of the Islamist movement which rules Gaza said that Abbas, who heads the rival Fatah faction, was “aiding the enemy” by making his statement. Hamas accused the PA chief of “acting as a third party” while branding him “a criminal” and “a Likud member.”
9:55 a.m. Residents of the Gaza border towns in the western Negev heard rocket sirens moments ago.
9:48 a.m. An operations center housed in the Al-Faruk mosque in central Gaza, which was used to store rockets and other weapons, was struck by the IDF early on Saturday.
The Israel Air Force struck 60 terror targets across Gaza overnight between Friday and Saturday, bringing the total number of targets hit to 1,160.
Ten terrorist operatives were killed in air strikes, including six involved in rocket fire on Israel, the IDF said. A launcher in south Gaza used to fire on Beersheba overnight was also destroyed.
Navy ships struck several targets, including a Hamas observation post and a location used as a meeting point by Hamas and Popular Resistance Committees.
Since Monday night, dozens of operational infrastructure sites used by senior Hamas and Islamic Jihad members have been destroyed, the IDF said.
9:30 a.m. Palestinian officials in the Gaza Strip said at least 16 people were killed overnight Friday during Israeli airstrikes as Operation Protective Edge entered its fifth day.
3:55 a.m. 2 rockets landed in open fields outside of Beersheva while a third was intercepted by Iron Dome after Code Red sirens sounded in Beersheba and several other southern communities.
2:50 a.m. Palestinian sources were quoted by Reuters stating that 106 people had been killed in Gaza in Operation claiming that many of them were civilians.
2:08 a.m. In the IDF's fourth day of Operation Protective Edge 140 rockets were fired from Gaza and 27 of those were intercepted by Iron Dome batteries.
107 rockets hit Israeli soil. In response, 235 terror targets were struck in Gaza.
1:34 a.m. The IDF Spokesman's office reported targeting several terrorists conspiring to launch rockets from Gaza.
12:17 a.m. Code Red sirens went off in the Eshkol Regional Council.
Friday, July 11
11:12 p.m. Jordan's King Abdullah II fears Israel's military operation against Hamas in Gaza will compromise efforts to achieve a two-state solution, and will further entrench the plight of Palestinians, he told US Vice President Joe Biden on Thursday in Washington.
Referring to the crisis in Gaza as a "dangerous Israeli escalation," the Jordanian monarch asserted that developments over recent days "would increase the suffering of the Palestinian people and foil attempts to resume peace talks between Palestinians and the Israelis."
10:51 p.m. Israel Radio reporting that Iron Dome intercepted two rockets fired toward greater Tel Aviv.
10:47 p.m. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas on Friday urged the United Nations Security Council to order an immediate truce between Israel and Hamas.
Abbas, who is based in the West Bank and agreed a power-sharing deal with Gaza's dominant Hamas in April after years of feuding, called for international help: "The Palestinian leadership urges the Security Council to quickly issue a clear condemnation of this Israeli aggression and impose a commitment of a mutual ceasefire immediately," he said.
10:34 p.m. Three rockets land in uninhabited areas in the western Negev. No injuries or damage reported.
10:15 p.m. IAF aircraft kills Palestinian terrorist responsible for Gaza rocket fire on Tel Aviv.
9:39 p.m. Two Israelis were injured when a Palestinian rocket struck a home in Beersheba. One of the injured, an 80-year-old woman, sustained injuries in the attack.
She was rushed to Soroka Medical Center.
9:17 p.m. The Iron Dome system intercepted Palestinian rockets launched toward the coastal town of Herzliya.
The interception occurred shortly after sirens were also activated in the town of Ness Ziona, near Rehovot.
9:13 p.m. Palestinians in Gaza launched rockets toward central Israel moments ago. Residents of the Tel Aviv suburbs and greater Rehovot are strongly urged to seek shelter.
9:08 p.m. Rocket sirens sounded in Beersheba, neighboring communities
9:07 p.m. Amnesty International is demanding that the United Nations commission an independent panel to investigate possible war crimes by both Israel and Hamas.
The organization released a statement urging the UN to investigate "violations committed on all sides amidst ongoing Israeli air strikes across the Gaza Strip and continuing volleys of indiscriminate rocket fire from Palestinian armed groups into Israel."
8:55 p.m. The Iron Dome intercepted two rockets in the skies over Tel Aviv just moments after sirens wailed all across the city and in neighboring Holon.
Residents of Tel Aviv reported hearing two loud explosions shortly after the sirens were activated.
8:39 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in the Hof Ashkelon regional council.
8:17 p.m. Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman called on the government to "go all the way" and "eradicate the Hamas regime in Gaza."
In an interview with Channel 2, the foreign minister said that Operation Protective Edge should be the final Israeli military action against the Hamas government in Gaza.
8:08 p.m. An anti-tank missile was fired at an IDF unit on the border with northern Gaza, injuring two soldiers lightly. They have been evacuated to hospital.
8:01 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashdod, Ashkelon, and the Israeli towns surrounding the Gaza frontier.
7:56 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ashdod.
7:55 p.m. Gaza residents told Channel 2 that they are fearful of the prospect of an Israeli ground invasion in the Hamas-ruled territory.
Gazans told Channel 2 that the operations in 2008 and 2012 were "child's play" compared to the amount of Israeli firepower unleashed these past four days.
7:45 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in towns near the Gaza border.
7:42 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Negev frontier towns.
7:34 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Beersheba, Ashkelon, and western Negev towns near Gaza border.
7:22 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Sderot. Iron Dome intercepts rocket.
6:59 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in the Hof Ashkelon regional council.
6:42 p.m. Iron Dome intercepts Gaza rockets over the southern suburbs of Tel Aviv. No damage or injuries was reported.
6:37 p.m. Palestinians in Gaza launched a barrage of rockets at central Israel. No sirens were sounded, suggesting that the rockets were in no danger of landing in inhabited areas.
6:33 p.m. Rockets fired at central Israel and the Shfela area.
6:31 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed on Friday that Israel would continue its military offensive in the Gaza Strip until Jerusalem can ensure that all rocket fire on Israeli towns would cease.
When asked whether Israel was preparing a ground invasion, Netanyahu said, "We are preparing all options."
Netanyahu told the nation on Friday that Israel would continue to strike "decisive" blows against Hamas in the Gaza Strip.
Netanyahu praised the Iron Dome anti-rocket battery for intercepting hundreds of Hamas projectiles fired at Israeli towns.
5:57 p.m. Rocket sirens heard in Beersheba, Ashkelon, and Gaza frontier towns.
5:56 p.m. The United Nations human rights chief on Friday voiced serious doubts that Israeli's military operation against Gaza complied with international law banning the targeting of civilians, and called on both sides to respect the rules of war.
International law requires Israel to take all measures to ensure that its attacks are proportional, distinguish between military and civilian objects, and avoid civilian casualties, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay said.
"We have received deeply disturbing reports that many of the civilian casualties, including of children, occurred as a result of strikes on homes. Such reports raise serious doubt about whether the Israeli strikes have been in accordance with international humanitarian law and international human rights law," Pillay said in a statement.
5:51 p.m. A fourth day of Israeli air strikes on the Gaza Strip killed 11 more Palestinians on Friday, raising the death toll in the coastal enclave to at least 96, most of them civilians, Palestinian officials said.
5:48 p.m. A fire that erupted in the old Jerusalem train station in the southern part of the capital was believed to have been caused by an arsonist who hurled a firebomb into the structure, Channel 10 reported on Friday.
Investigators believe the arson was motivated by nationalist sentiments, according to Channel 10.
5:43 p.m. Many residents of Israeli towns adjacent to the Gaza security fence have left their homes in the face of massive barrages of rockets and mortars, Channel 10 reported on Friday.
5:20 p.m. Officers in the IDF high command told Channel 10 that Israel must shift strategy and launch a ground offensive in Gaza to remove the threat of Palestinian rocket fire on the country's towns and cities.
5:05 p.m. Rocket sirens wound in Ashkelon.
5:03 p.m. Egyptian authorities operating on the Sinai-Gaza border thwarted an attempt to smuggle advanced GRAD missiles into the peninsula, Israel Radio reported on Friday.
According to Al-Ahram newspaper, Palestinians tried to smuggle 20 GRAD missiles into Sinai, from where it would then seek to launch them into Israel.
4:57 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in frontier communities adjacent to Gaza border.
4:40 p.m. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said Israeli bombardment of Gaza was blocking efforts to patch up relations undermined by a 2010 attack by Israeli commandos on a Turkish ship that had been challenging its blockade of the Palestinian territory.
NATO member Turkey and Israel are both US allies and their once close relations, which extended to security cooperation and joint military exercises, were an important part of Washington's regional policy.
"We cannot normalize (relations). First, this cruelty must end," Erdogan said during a speech in the central Turkish city of Yozgat late on Thursday.
4:23 p.m. The IDF killed a terrorist in Gaza it said was responsible for rocket fire on Israel in recent minutes.
Since the morning, the IDF has killed seven Hamas terrorists and others involved in rocket fire, including two who belong to long-range rocket fire squads who were spotted en route to carrying out additional launches.
4:05 p.m. The army said that two of the rockets fired at Beersheba minutes ago landed in an uninhabited area.
3:44 p.m. Rocket sirens were heard in the Bnei Shimon regional council seconds ago.
3:42 p.m. Rocket sirens sounded in Beersheba moments ago.
3:28 p.m. The Code Red siren sounded in Beersheba and surrounding communities in the Negev on Friday afternoon.
3:00 p.m. Iranian President Hassan Rouhani urged heads of Muslim states to help the Palestinian people and lift the siege on Gaza, according to the Fars News Agency.
He warned that the Gaza blockade and shortage of medical aid could lead lead to human catastrophe, adding that helping "the oppressed people of Palestine and preventing the Zionist regime from committing its atrocities are the common responsibility of all international organizations and freedom-loving countries."
2:48 p.m. IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz said terrorists in Gaza made a grave mistake by attacking the people of Israel. He warned that they were bringing disaster upon themselves by continuing to launch rocket attacks into civilian areas.
2:43 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in southern Israeli communities in the Gaza vicinity. As threats of rocket attack continued throughout the day, sirens were activated in the Sdot Negev Regional Council, Bnei Shimon Regional Council and Netivot.
1:56 p.m. The Code Red siren sounded in Ofakim, near the major Negev city of Beersheba.
1:35 p.m. IDF update: Since midnight, Hamas has fired 44 rockets at Israel, the Iron Dome intercepted 11. The IDF has targeted 159 terror sites in the Gaza Strip.
1:20 pm. Code Red siren sounds in Ashdod and surrounding areas. Two interceptions by Iron Dome. Four more rockets land in Negev, outside a community in Eshkol Regional Council.
12:57 p.m. Code Red sirens continue in communities adjacent to Gaza frontier.
12:50 p.m. Two rockets intercepted in Ashkelon by Iron Dome as sirens sound in city; one explodes in open area outside of a kibbutz.
12:47 p.m. Code Red siren sounded in communities across southern Israeli, including the Eshkol Regional Council, the Sdot Negev Regional Council and the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council. Rockets fall in open areas, but no injuries reported.
12:31 p.m. Police report that a rocket fired from Gaza directly hit a house in the Eshkol Regional Council. The inhabitants of the home had already reached the bomb shelter before impact. No injuries were reported.
12:11 p.m. The Code Red siren sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council a little after noon on Friday as rockets from Gaza continued to pummel Israel, particularly in the South.
11:43 a.m. Sirens sound in the Hof Ashkelon regional council, followed by alerts in Ashdod.
11:00 a.m. Code Red rocket siren sounds in Sha'ar Hanegev, Sdot Negev Regional Councils as two rockets explode in open areas.
10:45 a.m. Iron Dome intercepts three rockets over the greater Tel Aviv area. Air traffic halts at Ben-Gurion Airport as sirens go off at in the area.
10:43 a.m. Code Red sirens sounded in Tel Aviv on Friday morning.
10: 27 a.m. A rocket fired from Gaza landed in open area in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, causing no injuries or damage. Code Red sirens also sounded in the Sdot Negev Regional Council and the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
10:23 a.m. Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan said Israel's operation in Gaza was blocking efforts to patch up relations undermined by the 2010 Mavi Marmara raid.
10:10 a.m. Code Red siren sounds in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, warning of a possible rocket attack from the Gaza Strip.
9:29 a.m. IAF hits launching pad that fired rockets towards Ashdod.
9:00 a.m. Rocket sirens wail in Eshkol Regional Council as Iron Dome intercepts two rockets, one explodes in open area.
8:20 a.m. A volley of rockets was launched from the Gaza Strip at southern and central Israel. One rocket struck a fuel tank next to a gas station in Ashdod, causing serious damage and a fire. Eight people were evacuated to a nearby hospital, one critically injured.
8:00 a.m. Code Red siren sounds in Ness Ziona, Ashdod, Rishon, Lezion, Netivot, Ashkelon and Gedera Friday morning.
6:45 a.m. One rocket was fired on Friday on a village in the Upper Galilee. There were no injuries in the attack. Artillery fire was directed at the area from which the rocket was fired, a senior army source said.
6:31 a.m. Blasts heard in Metulla.
6:30 a.m. Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in Ofakim, Netivot, and in Sderot.
6:15 a.m. Code Red rocket siren sounds in Sderot.
4:00 a.m. Rockets were fired from Gaza on Haifa, Hadera, and Zichron Yaakov. It was not yet clear how many rockets were fired or where they landed. Hamas's military wing claimed responsibility for the barrage, Israel Radio reported.
3:32 a.m. Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in Haifa.
1:25 a.m. Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepts rocket over Ashkelon.
1:23 a.m. A Code Red rocket alert siren sounded in Ashkelon and in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council.
Thursday, July 10
11:23 p.m. French President Francois Hollande is concerned by the worsening crisis in Israel and Gaza, his office said, calling for the escalation in violence to end and both sides to guarantee the safety of civilians.
10:23 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu emerged from a marathon security cabinet meeting at the end of Operation Protective Edge’s third day saying the campaign would continue and expand.
9:50 p.m. Two rockets fell in open areas of the Sdot Negev Regional Council.
No injuries or damage were reported in the attacks.
9:31 p.m. 2 soldiers injured, one moderately one lightly from Eshkol mortar.
9:14 p.m. Rocket hits car in Ashdod; Channel 2 retracts report that one critically injured.
8:59 p.m. A rocket fired from Gaza directly struck a home in Ashdod after a barrage of projectiles were launched toward the southern city.
8:57 p.m. A volley of rocket from the Gaza Strip targeted the Ashdod area on Thursday night. The Iron Dome defense system made several interceptions. A number of rockets were fired at the area again minutes later.
8:36 p.m. Sirens heard in Gan Yavne, Kiryat Malachi, Bat Yam, Holon, Rishon Lezion, Rehovot, and surrounding areas in the Lachish region.
7:45 p.m. The Iron Dome defense system intercepted a number of rockets fired from Gaza at the greater Tel Aviv area at around 7:45 p.m. on Thursday.
7:30 p.m. The Code Red rocket siren sounds in Dimona and Mitzpe Ramon.
7:28 p.m. Code Red rocket siren sounds in Beersheba.
6:55 p.m. Code Red rocket siren sounded in the Ashkelon Coast Regional Council, signalling an incoming projectile attack from the Gaza Strip.
6:42 p.m. Tel Aviv residents report hearing two explosions over or near the city. No siren was heard.
6:27 p.m. Update to Jerusalem sirens: Judea and Samaria District Police said that two rockets were found in the Ma'ale Adumim area and the Binyamin area.
5:57 p.m. The Code Red siren sounded in Jerusalem and the surrounding areas on Thursday evening.
5:34 p.m. A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip struck a home in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Coucil. No injuries were reported.
5:14 p.m. Safety instructions from the Home Front Command will be broadcast Thursday at 10:30 p.m in Amharic, English, Hebrew and Russian on Channel 23, the Israeli Educational Channel.
4:57 p.m. The IDF targeted three Palestinian Islamic Jihab terrorists in the northern Gaza Strip. The military identified the three PIJ operatives as Mahmoud Walud, Hazm Balusha and Alla'a Abd al-Nabi. The latter was responsible for firing projectiles capable of reaching Tel Aviv in recent days, the IDF said.
4:55 p.m. A few wounded Palestinians crossed into Egypt via the Rafah border crossing on Thursday after Egyptian authorities allowed its re-opening, media in Gaza reported.
A total of 84 Palestinians, most of them civilians and including 22 children, have been killed in Israel's Gaza offensive, the health ministry said on Thursday.
Terrorists kept up rocket attacks on Tel Aviv and other cities in warfare showing no signs of ending soon.
4:25 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told members of the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Thursday that Operation Protective Edge would be limited, but at this point there are no negotiations for a ceasefire.
The prime minister told MKs who called to cut off electricity to Gaza that legal advisers would not allow it.
4:21 p.m. US Secretary of State John Kerry reiterated that the US completely supports Israel's right to defend itself amid the current escalations with Hamas. The US has been in touch with Israeli and Palestinian leaders to determine the way to a ceasefire, he said.
"It's a dangerous moment" in Israel and the Palestinian territories, and the US will do all it can to bring an end to violence, he added.
4:06 p.m. Code Red rocket sirens sounds in Ashkelon and the Eshkol Regional Council.
3:59 p.m. 84 rockets have been fired into Israel from the Gaza Strip on Thursday, the IDF stated.
The Iron Dome has intercepted 12 of the rockets.
Since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge, 339 rockets have fallen in Israel and 76 have been intercepted by the Iron Dome.
3:58 p.m. Rocket falls in open area in Sdot Hanegev Regional Council. None injured.
3:53 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Sderot and the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council as rocket fire from Gaza continued to rain down on southern Israel.
3:40 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in Ashkelon and Sdot Hanegev Regional Council.
3:20 p.m. Code Red siren sounds in Sderot
3:08 p.m. The IDF has attacked some 60 terror targets in the Gaza Strip since Thursday morning, bringing the total number of targets hit since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge to 800.
2:45 p.m. A Palestinian in a vehicle with an explosive heading towards Israel was intercepted at a checkpoint by Ministry of Defense security guards on Route 5.
Guards spotted a large bag containing a gas tank and electrical wires.
A bomb squad was dispatched to the scene to disarm the device. The driver told guards he was on his way to carrying out a terror attack.
2:22 p.m. Channel 10: IDF kills Iman Siam, the head of Hamas' rocket arsenal in Gaza.
2:21 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu briefed the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee on Operation Protective Edge on Thursday.
A Code Red rocket alert siren went off during the meeting in Tel Aviv, sending the prime minister and MKs to the building's shelter.
1:40 p.m. Code Red sounds in Beersheba. Iron Dome intercepts 3 rockets, according to reports.
1:39 p.m. Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon held consultations with security chiefs on Thursday as Operation Protective edge entered its third day. Ya'alaon said that the IDF had siginificantly hit terror infrastructure in Gaza and would continue to act "until they unbderstand that escalation is not worth their while and rocket fire on our communities will not be tolerated."
He suggested that the operation would continue: "We have long days ahead of us of fighting and attempts by Hamas to surprise Israel with terror attacks from the air."
1:04 p.m. Code Red sirens sounded in several communities throughout Israel on Thursday afternoon. Audible explosions were heard in the Tel Aviv area , although no Code Red siren proceeded the explosions.
Sirens sounded in areas of central Israel surrounding Tel Aviv, such as Lod and Ramle. Israeli media reports suggested that a heavy barrage of rockets had been fired toward the Greater Tel Aviv area, but the IDF did not immediately confirm the reports.
Siren were also sounded in southern cities Ashdod and Ashkelon.
12:46 p.m. Code Red sirens sound in The Sdot Negev and Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Councils.
12:37 p.m. A rocket fired at the Merhavim region of the South sparked a brush fire. Firefighters are on the scene.
12:11 p.m. Rockets fired at Tel Aviv area landed in uninhabited region. No injuries or damage reported.
12:03 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Ofakim.
12:00 p.m. Rocket sirens sound in Beersheba.
Thursday, July 10
11:38 a.m. A wheat field in the Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council caught fire as the result of a rocket. Two firefighting teams from the Sderot station are en route to the scene.
11: 35 a.m. Two rockets land in the Eshkol Regional Council area. No injuries or damage reported.
11:31 a.m. A Code red rocket alert siren sounds in the Greater Tel Aviv area. At least two audible explosions were heard following the alarm.
11:17 a.m. Code Red sirens sound in Sderot and in the Eshkol Regional Council.
10:54 a.m A Code Red siren sounds in Beersheba.
10:52 a.m. Three rockets land in open territory in Sde Boker in the Negev after Code Red sirens had earlier gone off in Dimona, Yeruham and Mitzpe Ramon.
10:35 a.m. A rocket fell in the courtyard of a home in the Netivot area of southern Israel on Thursday.
A woman was lightly injured in the attack.
10:25 a.m. In the northern Gaza Strip, the IDF killed a Palestinian operative who was active in firing rockets at Israel.
10:05 a.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Dimona and Mitzpe Ramon
9:45 a.m. A rocket fired from the Gaza Strip fell in open territory in the Sdot Negev Regional Council area on Thursday, igniting a brush fire.
No one was injured in the attack.
Firefighters were en route to the scene.
9:30 A slew of rockets are fired at the Netivot area. Iron Dome reportedly intercepts several.
9:07 a.m.: Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman sent a letter to his counterparts from nations which have diplomatic relations with Israel explaining the necessity of bringing quiet to the citizens of the South.
8:10 a.m. Eight Palestinians were killed in an Israeli strike in the southern Gaza town of Khan Yunis, a Palestinian news site is reporting on Thursday.
According to Palinfo, the eight Palestinians, including four women and two children, were killed when an IAF jet struck a home in the Khan Yunis refugee camp.
Six of the dead were from the same family, Palinfo is reporting.
A health ministry spokesperson in Gaza told the site that 30 people were injured in the attack, which came without any warning.
8:04 a.m. The Iron Dome anti-rocket battery intercepted four missiles over Tel Aviv, Channel 2 is reporting. Residents of the city rushed into shelters as warning sirens wailed. The sirens were immediately followed by explosions, most likely the sound of the rockets being intercepted.
7:51 a.m. Rocket sirens heard in last 10 minutes in the Hof Ashkelon regional council, Sha'ar Hanegev regional council, Ashkelon, Netivot, and Ofakim.
7:42 a.m. Three Hamas operatives were killed in IAF strike in Gaza. The IDF Spokesperson said that the three men were involved in the firing of rockets at Israel.
7:13 a.m. A Code Red rocket alert siren was heard in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
6:26 a.m. A Code Red rocket alert siren was heard a few minutes ago in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council.
2:40 a.m. Code Red in Ashkelon. A number of rockets were intercepted by Iron Dome.
1:38 a.m. Two rockets are intercepted by Iron Dome over Beersheba, one other lands in an open area, says the IDF. No injuries were reported.
1: 36 a.m. In the latest IDF strikes Wednesday night, a car marked as a media vehicle of a Gaza website which had the letters "TV" on it was hit, killing the driver, according to Palestinian reports.
Four others were killed in the bombing of a cafe in Khan Younis in the southern Gaza Strip, and a 37-year-old man was killed in central Gaza, Palestinian hospital officials said.
The casualties were not confirmed by the IDF.
1:19 a.m. A Code Red siren was heard in Beersheba.
12:50 a.m. British Prime Minister David Cameron expressed his "staunch support" for Israel's right to defend itself in a phone call Wednesday evening to Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.
Cameron "strongly condemned the appalling attacks being carried out by Hamas against Israeli civilians."
12:34 a.m. In the past 24 hours, 82 rockets hit Israel. An additional 21 rockets were intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system, says the IDF. At one point this evening, dozens of rockets were fired towards Israel within just one hour.
12:30 a.m. The UN Security Council will meet at 10 a.m. (1400 GMT) on Thursday to discuss escalating Israel and Palestinian hostilities and UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is likely to brief the 15-member body, diplomats said.
Israeli air strikes shook Gaza every few minutes on Wednesday, and terrorists kept up rocket fire at Israel's heartland in intensifying warfare that Palestinian officials said has killed at least 47 people in the Hamas-dominated enclave.
12:13 a.m. Two rockets are intercepted by the Iron Dome missile defense system over Kiryat Malachi.
Wednesday, July 9
11:56 p.m. A car crashed into a telephone pole near Kiryat Malachi during an air raid siren, 3 people were injured, police said.
11:33 p.m. Iron Dome intercepted a number of rockets over Ashdod and Ashkelon.
11:25 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Ashdod and Ashkelon.
11:11 p.m. Following a Code Red rocket alert siren in the Sdot Negev Regional Council two rockets were fired in open areas. There were no injuries or damage.
10:20 p.m. The IDF says it is seeking to ascertain whether there was an infiltration on Zikim Beach.
10:00 p.m. The IDF detects two armed Hamas divers on Zikim Beach near the Gaza border on Wednesday evening. Soldiers open fire at the divers to thwart their infiltration.
9:32 p.m IDF attacks over 80 terror sites within thirty minutes.
9:00 p.m Rocket fired from Gaza lands in an open area in the Yavne area. There were no reports of damage or injury.
8:40 p.m Hamas says that Shimon Peres' threats to launch ground attack on Gaza Strip are silly and don't scare them.
8:05 p.m. A Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in Rehovot and Ness Ziona and Yavne.
8:00 p.m. Three rockets were launched at Dimona in Southern Israel and the Iron Dome intercepted one before it could land. The two other rockets land in open areas.
Dimona is the location of a nuclear reactor. There was no indication that rockets damaged any part of the reactor.
7:48 p.m A Code Red Siren alerted in Dimona and Yerucham in southern Israel.
7:38 p.m Haifa Municipality to open bomb shelters to public.
7:16 p.m Iron Dome intercepts rocket over city of Ashkelon.
7:12 p.m Code Red Siren alerts in Hof Ashkelon Regional Council, Ashdod, Sha'ar Hanegev and Sdot Hanegev.
6:50 p.m Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu spoke with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and German Chancellor Angela Merkel, telling them that Hamas is responsible for any civilian deaths in Gaza because they use them as human shields.
6:30 p.m. Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas accuses Israel of committing "genocide" in Gaza
"It is genocide - the killing of entire families is genocide by Israel against our Palestinian people," he told a crisis meeting of Palestinian leaders in Ramallah, AFP reported.
6:27 p.m. 220 rockets have hit Israel since the operation started; the Iron Dome has intercepted an additional 53.
6:10 p.m. Some 200 people demonstrate against Operation Protective Eagle in Nazareth.
6:00 p.m. Five additional rockets fall in southern Israel. One rocket falls in the Sdot Negev Regional Council, three fall in the Eshkol Regional Council and one falls in southern area of the Yoav Regional Council. There were no reports of injuries from the barrage.
5:55 p.m. House in Eshkol Regional Council suffers direct hit in rocket attack. No injuries were reported.
5:35 p.m. There have been over 70 rockets fired from Gaza at Israel on Wednesday and over twenty interceptions of the Iron Dome rocket defense system.
5:25 p.m. Six rockets fall in open areas in Eshkol Regional Council.
5:07 p.m Code Red Siren alerts in Holon and Bat Yam; 2 rockets intercepted by Iron Dome.
4:35 p.m. Israel will step up its actions against Hamas and the other terrorist organizations operating from Gaza as part of Operation Protective Edge, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said Wednesday following security deliberations held in Beersheba.
"The operation will expand and continue until the rocket firing on our cities stops, and the quiet returns," he said on the second day of the military operation.
4:32 p.m. Six rockets fell in the Eshkol Regional Council area. Some structures were damaged in the attacks.
4:31 p.m. The IDF has attacked some 130 terror targets in the Gaza Strip on Wednesday. The army stated that it had targeted more than 550 targets since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge.
Among the targets hit were 31 terror tunnels, 60 underground rocket launchers, control and command centers for terror activity and weapons storehouses.
4:15 p.m. The Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepts a rocket over Ashkelon.
4:10 p.m Four rockets land in Eshkol Regional Council. One causes small fire to start in area but causes no damage or injuries.
4:05 p.m Code Red Siren alerts in Hof Ashkelon Regional Council and Ashkelon city.
3:00 p.m. A Hamas spokesperson stated that 300 Palestinians have been injured in IDF attacks on Gaza and 35 were killed in a press conference in Gaza City. The spokesperson added that the majority of those affected were civilians.
2:30 p.m. A Code Red siren was sounded over Zichron Yaakov, just south of Haifa and 115 km north of Gaza.
Initial reports by Channel 2 indicated that two rockets fell in open areas outside of Zichron Yaakov.
1:51 p.m. A Code Red siren was heard over Kiryat Gat followed by an interception by Iron Dome.
1:50 p.m. PA President Mahmoud Abbas contacted Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Sisi earlier on Wednesday and briefed the Middle East leader on Israel's ongoing operation in Gaza.
"Sisi stressed Egypt was interested in the safety of the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and sparing this grave assault," a statement from Abbas's office said, adding that Cairo would "exert efforts to reach an immediate ceasefire.".
Under Sisi, Cairo has secured closures on the Egyptian-Gaza border, increasing economic pressure on Hamas from a long-running Israeli blockade.
1:38 p.m. Rocket lands in open area in Sha'ar Hanegev Regional Council; no injuries or damage reported.
1:20 p.m. Economy Minister Naftali Bennett (Bayit Yehudi) said Wednesday that the Israeli people are strong and are prepared to bear the ongoing situation, but that they expect the government and security forces to "do the [necessary] work."
"We are doing the work," he told Channel 2.
Bennett added, "I want to bless the security forces and the operators of Iron Dome."
However, he added that, "Wars are not won by defensive measures."
1:18 p.m. A Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in the Sderot area
1:00 p.m. Some 40 rockets have been fired at Israel from Gaza thus far on Wednesday. Eight have been intercepted by the Iron Dome.
12:50 p.m. A rocket exploded in the Eshkol regional council, though no siren was sounded. No injuries or damages were reported.
12:18 p.m. Palestinian media reported on Wednesday that a father and son had been killed in the bombing of a house in the Nuseirat refugee camp in central Gaza by IAF aircraft.
According to the reports, an 80-year-old woman was also killed in the Moghraqa area of central Gaza.
Gaza medical authorities report that since the beginning of Operation Protective Edge in Gaza , 27 people have been killed and over 100 have been injured.
12:15 p.m. Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon said on Wednesday that Israel’s military campaign against Hamas in the Gaza Strip will expand in the next few days while vowing that “it will exact a huge price.”
“We are continuing to carry out attacks that are exacting a heavy price from Hamas,” Ya’alon said. “We are destroying [Hamas’] arms, terrorist infrastructure, command and control systems, institutions, government buildings, terrorists’ homes, and we are killing terrorists in the organizational high command.”
12:05 The Iron Dome intercepted three rockets over Ashdod. A total of 8 rockets were fired from Gaza have been intercepted since this morning. Two more rockets landed in open areas outside of Eshkol.
11:59 a.m. A number of code red sirens sounded in the Lachish region, with alarms heard in Ashdod, Kiryat Malachi and Gedera.
11:52 a.m. Code red rocket alert sirens sounded in the Eshkol Regional Council
11:08 a.m. The IDF confirmed on Wednesday that an IAF airstrike targeted Hamas terror operative Abdullah Difallah while he was riding on a motorcycle in the northern Gaza Strip.
The IDF stated that Difallah had been responsible for firing rockets into Israel.
11:00 a.m. Obama urged both sides of the conflict to show restraint in a statement to German media.
"At this time of danger, everyone involved must protect the innocent and act in a sensible and measured way, not with revenge and retaliation," Obama wrote, according to an excerpt of a column written for Die Zeit weekly.
10:36 a.m. A rocket was intercepted over Ashkelon. Debris landed near a school but no injuries were reported.
10:35 a.m. Finance Minister Yair Lapid on Wednesday pledged government assistance in compensating residents of the south whose homes have been damaged by the barrage of rockets fired by Palestinians in Gaza.
During an appearance before the Knesset Finance Committee in Jerusalem on Wednesday, Lapid outlined the steps the state is taking to alleviate the economic hardships that have been exacerbated by the strife in the south.
The escalating conflict with Gaza has already caused NIS 10 million in property damage, and shuttered businesses across the south.
Since Saturday, the Israel Tax Authority received 99 claims for property damage related to the conflict (35 vehicles, 52 buildings, 12 agriculture-related). Property damage can be reported to 08-6623300.
10:02 a.m. Palestinian media reported that one person was killed and another was seriously injured in an IAF strike on a motorcycle in Beit Lahia in the northern Gaza Strip on Wednesday.
The IDF did not immediately confirm the strike.
10:01 a.m. Code Red sounded in Ashdod followed by sirens in Gan Yavne and Hof Ashkelon. Police reported that the rocket over Ashdod was likely intercepted by Iron Dome.
8:43 a.m. Rocket sirens sound in 20 different localities in Israel within the last 30 minutes. Residents of Tel Aviv, Modi'in, Rishon Letzion, Ashdod, Ashkelon, Rehovot, the Eshkol regional council, and Sha'ar Hanegev heard the sirens.
In Tel Aviv, explosions were heard immediately after the sirens. The Iron Dome system intercepted five missiles over the metropolitan Tel Aviv area.
7:30 a.m. Ron Prosor, Israel's Ambassador to the UN: “The Security Council has an obligation to unequivocally condemn Hamas before it is too late."
6:00 a.m. The IAF targeted 160 terror sites in the Gaza Strip since midnight.
5:30 a.m. The escalating conflict with Gaza has already caused NIS 10 million in property damage, and shuttered businesses across the south.Since Saturday, the Israel Tax Authority received 99 claims for property damage related to the conflict (35 vehicles, 52 buildings, 12 agriculture-related).
1:25 a.m. The long-range projectile fired by Hamas in Gaza at Hadera is an M302 Syrian-produced rocket, according to initial analysis of the remains of the rocket fired on Tuesday.
Tuesday, July 8
Daily recap: Terrorists in Gaza fired about 160 rockets at Israel on Tuesday, including a salvo of some 20-30 rockets - some of which reached the Jerusalem and Tel Aviv areas. The Iron Dome defense system intercepted about 40 of the projectiles. The IDF targeted 240 sites in the Gaza Strip in response.
11:57 p.m. Palestinian Authority President called an emergency meeting of Palestinian leadership for Wednesday to discuss the Israeli "aggression," which he blamed on Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu's coalition.
11:00 p.m. An Iron Dome battery intercepted rockets over the central city of Rishon Lezion late Tuesday night after air raid sirens were heard in the area.
10:30 p.m. IAF and IDF forces have hit 200 targets in Gaza since the launch of Operation Protective Edge. More than fifty of those targets were hit in the last hour.
10:10 p.m. The Herzliya Municipality announced that it had opened all public bomb shelters in the city in light of the firing of Gaza rockets at the Gush Dan region.
10:06 p.m. Air raid sirens continue to sound in various cities in central and southern Israel.
9:55 p.m. Code Red sirens were were sounded and two loud thuds were heard by residents in downtown Jerusalem shortly after a rocket siren went off in the capital. Thousands of city residents promptly entered bomb shelters, while others remained outside and in area cafes.
According to police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld none of the rockets fired from Gaza landed directly in the city of Jerusalem, although two rockets likely landed just outside the city.
9:48 p.m. Air raid sirens hear in central Israel, a blast was heard in Tel Aviv but sirens did not sound in the city.
9:47 p.m. Security forces are investigating after finding an abandoned parachute near Kibbutz Yad Mordechai in southern Israel.
One of the suspicions is that the parachute was used by a Hamas terrorist who may have used a motorized glider to infiltrate the country.
9:30 p.m. Rocket intercepted by Iron Dome over Ashkelon.
8:49 p.m. IDF Chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz said Hamas chose an escalation with Israel and that other terror organizations have joined it. "We will now activate all of our force and take all the time that it's needed in various stages in order to reach victory," Gantz said.
8:41 p.m. The Jerusalem Municipality announced Tuesday evening that it will open public bomb shelters across the capital. A list of all the shelters can be found on the municipality website www.jerusalem.muni.il. In the statement, the municipality also recommended that residents open their private shelters.
8:36 p.m. The White House condemned rocket attacks against Israel that reached as far as Tel Aviv and expressed support for Israel's right to defend itself on Tuesday.
8:09 p.m. Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu called for the citizens of Israel to stand united as one person as Hamas terrorists in the Gaza Strip said they view Israelis as one collective target for their attacks.
In a statement issued shortly after a rocket was fired over central Israel, Netanyahu stressed that Israel will not tolerate rocket fire into its cities. The prime minister instructed the IDF to broaden its military operation on terrorists in the Gaza Strip in light of the day's events.
7:57: p.m. Following Gaza rocket fire over central Israel, the Home Front Command instructed the Tel Aviv Municipality to open public bomb shelters in the city.
7:30 p.m. Two terrorists attempt a landing on Zikim beach near Gaza and exchange fire with IDF forces, two terrorists were killed while IDF forces pursued a third gunman.
7:04 p.m. Code Red sounded in Tel Aviv for the first time since Operation Pillar of Defense in 2012. Iron Dome intercepted the rocket south of Tel Aviv.
6:55 p.m. Sde Dov airport in Tel Aviv halted flight take offs due to the situation in the South. The airport remained open to landings.
6:50 p.m. 130 rockets have been launched at Israel in the last 24 hours with 7 interceptions by Iron Dome batteries since midnight.
6:30 p.m. An Iron Dome battery intercepted a rocket over Gedera after a Code Red siren was sounded.
6:17 p.m. Israel narrowed its civilian air corridor on Tuesday and said takeoffs and landings at Ben-Gurion Airport near Tel Aviv may be delayed by its Gaza air offensive.
The Airports Authority said no flights had been canceled at Ben-Gurion, some 80 kilometers (50 miles) north of Gaza, as result of the hostilities, but takeoffs had been diverted to the east and landings to the north of the airport.
6:15 p.m. Iron Dome intercepted a rocket over Ashkelon after a code red rocket alert siren was sounded in the area.
6:06 p.m. Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri accused Israel of perpetrating “massacres” against women and children in Khan Yunis.
Referring to an Israel Air Force bombing of a house belonging to a Hamas operative, Abu Zuhri said: “The Khan Yunis massacre against women and children is an ugly war crime. All Israelis have now become legitimate targets.”
5:58 p.m. The IDF has begun actively calling up the 40,000 reserves approved to it by the cabinet for Operation Protective Edge.The IDF has already begun issuing reserve notices.
5:32 p.m. German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said Israel has the right to defend its citizens from rocket fire from the Gaza Strip. He urged parties to prevent a military confrontation from spiraling out of control.
Amid the escalation of tensions in the South, Steinmeier warned that the continuous rocket attacks on Israel would lead to a "situations that threatens to propel the vortex of violence and backlash against violence."
4:56 p.m. The Tel Aviv Municipality was preparing on Tuesday to inspect and open public bomb shelters in the city in order to "provide an optimal response for residents if necessary" in the event that escalations in the South reach the Center.
The Home Front Command also instructed Tel Aviv residents top prepare for utilizing protected rooms and shelters in their private homes.
4:05 p.m. Following a Code Red in Ashkelon, an Iron Dome battery intercepted two rockets over the city.
Two more rockets landed in open fields in the Eshkol Regional Council. No injuries or damages were reported. Code Red sirens were also heard over Sha'ar Hanegev and Ashkelon with a rocket exploding in an open area of Sdot HaNegev.
3:52 p.m. The air force struck three homes in Gaza used by Hamas as command and control centers for enabling rocket fire against Israel.
The homes belonged to Hamas members Muhammad Sba'at, a senior member of Hamas's rocket launching formations in Beit Hanount, who was involved in several recent rocket attacks against Israel, Amin Ibrahim Al-Alba'an, a Hamas member, and Abu Jarad, a Hamas member from northern Gaza who has been engage d in terrorism against Israel.
Palestinians said six were killed and about 25 wounded in one of the houses attacked.
3:43 p.m. IDF chief of Staff Lt.-Gen. Benny Gantz requested the call-up of 40,000 reserves in order to replace conscripted forces in the West Bank, and enable their deployment to the Gaza border. The Prime Minister's Office would not confirm reports that the security cabinet approved the request.
2:59 p.m. In a joint IDF-Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) operation, the air force struck a vehicle containing a commander of Hamas's naval commando unit, Muhammad Sa'aban, aged 24 on Tuesday.
Palestinian media reported that four Hamas people in total were killed in the targeted strike on the vehicle.
2:55 p.m. Israel Nature and Parks Authority is providing free entrance to parks for southern residents living near Gaza for the next week.
2:50 p.m. Due to the situation in the South, the Israel Electric Corporation said on Tuesday it would refrain from disconnecting people in the area who have not paid their bills.
2:40 p.m. Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in Beersheba. One rocket was intercepted by Iron Dome. A second rocket exploded in an open area outside the city.
2:19 p.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sound in Ashdod.
2:12 p.m. France's foreign ministry urges Israel and Palestinians in Gaza to show restraint.
2:07 p.m. A Gaza man affiliated with Hamas's Kassam Brigades was killed Tuesday during Israeli air strikes, Palestinian news agency Ma'an reports.
Ma'an says that an additional 30 Palestinians in Gaza were injured in IAF air strikes.
2:04 p.m. Five rockets land in open areas in Eshkol Regional Council.
1:44 p.m. Since midnight Tuesday, 22 Palestinian rockets exploded in Israel. The Iron Dome anti-rocket system intercepted four rockets. The IDF has struck 90 targets in Gaza, including homes used by Hamas and Islamic Jihad members, underground rocket launchers, underground attack tunnels, remote rocket launch infrastructure, training camps, and additional centers of terrorist activities.
1:16 p.m. Magen David Adom paramedics report that between 7:00 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. on Tuesday nine people were treated in Israel for minor injuries and anxiety as a result of the security situation in the south.
MDA said it is operating its emergency call centers in the southern and central regions from within bomb shelters.
1:15 p.m. The Israel Air Force and Shin Bet directed an air strike at the home of senior Hamas member Abdul Rahman Juda in Rafah on Tuesday.
The home was used as command and control center, security forces said.
The air force has bombed 40 targets in Gaza in recent hours.
12:40 p.m. After high level security deliberations Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu decides to expand the military operation in Gaza including beginning preparations for a ground operation.
12:20 p.m. The Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepts a rocket over Ashkelon.
12:15 p.m. Following instructions from the IDF's Home Front Command, Israel Railways suspends train service between the Ashkelon and Sderot stations.
Ashkelon will temporarily serve as the terminal station for the line, Israel Railways says.
11:51 a.m. Code Red rocket alert sirens sounded in the town of Netivot, and in the Sha'ar Hanegev and Sdot Negev Regional Councils on Tuesday morning.
11:40 a.m. Israel Air Force strikes on Gaza on Monday night and Tuesday morning injured 17 Palestinians, AFP reported.
The injured include seven children and two women, according to the report. Two of the injured were in serious condition, Palestinian medics say.
11:12 a.m. Ahead of military consultations, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu says that the time has come to "take off the gloves" against Hamas.
"Hamas chose to escalate the situation and it will pay a heavy price for doing so," the prime minister said.
10:55 a.m. Islamic Jihad in Gaza claims responsibility for the rocket fire on Ashdod.
10:50 a.m. The Iron Dome rocket defense system intercepts four rockets over Ashdod.
10:38 a.m. A slew of Code Red alert sirens are heard in the Ashkelon and Ashdod areas in recent minutes.
10:16 a.m. Iron Dome successfully intercepts rocket over Ashkelon.
10:05 a.m. Code Red Rocket alert alarm sounds in Ashdod, Ashkelon and other areas near Gaza.
9:30 a.m. Ron Prosor, Israel's Ambassador to the UN sends a strongly worded letter of complaint to the UN Security Council amid the rocket attacks from Gaza on southern Israel.
"Hamas is firing on millions of Israeli citizens indiscriminately. In one hour over 65 rockets were fired," he said.
"Israel's leadership is obligated to stop the firing and the acts of terror against its citizens. This is the duty of every responsible government," he added.
Prosor said the Security Council had the duty to condemn Hamas and the terror against Israel and to call for Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to dismantle the unity government with Hamas.
8:30 a.m. A Code Red rocket alert siren sounds in Hof Ashkelon Regional Council.
4:30 a.m. "We are entering into a long operation," a senior IDF source says. "We are only at the start. Patience is required. We are preparing further steps and a gradual expansion of our order of battle," the source adds, referring to a growing presence of Ground Forces deployed to the Gaza Border.
12:30 a.m. The IDF strikes 50 targets throughout the Gaza Strip late Monday night and early on Tuesday, marking the start of Operation Protective Edge.
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|Posté le: Dim 20 Juil - 22:30 (2014) Sujet du message: PALESTINE-ENTITE SIONISTE
|10:05 - 2014-07-20||Palestine-Entité sioniste|
|20/07/2014 14:51||Médias israéliens: la trêve humanitaire s'est effondrée, relancement des opérations militaires contre Gaza|
|20/07/2014 14:14||Sources médicales: 410 martyrs et 3000 blessés palestiniens depuis le début del'offensive israélienne|
|20/07/2014 14:03||AlMayadeen: Massacre de Chajaya, 50 martyrs et 400 blessés |
|20/07/2014 13:11||Mufti Qabbani: Israël est une base coloniale étrangère et elle est une source de menace pour la sécurité de la région|
|20/07/2014 13:07||Gaza/Le Mufti Mohammad Qabbani du Liban met en garde les Arabes de ce qui se passe en Palestine occupée|
|20/07/2014 13:03||Gaza: Hamas dit être pour une trêve humanitaire de trois heures (AFP)|
|20/07/2014 12:36||Jihad Islamique: la résistance est tenace , le peuple palestinien a besoin d'un soutien politique pour lutter contre l'agression israélienne|
|20/07/2014 12:33||AlMayadeen: la Résistance palestinienne tire un missile contre Tel Aviv qui explose non loin de l'université de TelAviv|
|20/07/2014 12:30||L'artillereie israélienne poursuit son bombardement du quartier de Chajaya et des autres régions dans la bande de Gaza|
|20/07/2014 12:29||Barhoum: aucune autre alternative n'existe que celle de la Résistance et il n'est pas question de se rendre|
|20/07/2014 12:28||Barhoum: nous tenons à un rôle arabo-islamique qui garantisse aux Palestiniens de vivre dans la dignité|
|20/07/2014 12:26||Radio israélienne: nombre de soldats blessés israéliens 57|
|20/07/2014 12:25||Un commandant de la brigade alSaray échappe à une tentative d'assassinat|
|20/07/2014 12:24||Correspondant d'alManar: quatre martyrs suite à un bombardment israélien contre la maison de la famille alChaeer|
|20/07/2014 12:22||AlMayadeen: alQassam riposte par quatre missiles Sejjile 55 mm contre la colonie de Beir Sabeh|
|20/07/2014 11:26|| Ban Ki-moon se rend au Proche-Orient par "solidarité" avec les Israéliens et les Palestiniens|
|20/07/2014 11:03||Radio israélienne: nombre de soldats blessés israéliens: 51|
|20/07/2014 10:54||Ministre israélien : l'opération se poursuivra des semaines contre Gaza si cela est nécessaire|
|20/07/2014 10:53||AlMayadeen: massacre à Chajaya, l'artillerie israélienne poursuit son bombardement|
|20/07/2014 10:25||AlMayadeen: un soldat israélien a été fait prisonnier|
|20/07/2014 10:24||AlMayadeen: un martyr palestinien s'est fait exploser dans un char israélien à Chajaya le détruisant totalement|
|20/07/2014 10:10||Un raid israélien fait quatre morts près de Gaza (source médiale)|
|20/07/2014 10:10||Israël intensifie son offensive terrestre sur Gaza (armée)|
|20/07/2014 10:09||Gaza: Deux nouveaux soldats israéliens tués|
|20/07/2014 10:06||Gaza: des milliers de Palestiniens fuient Chajaya, nombreuses victimes dans les rues (AFP)|
|10:05 - 2014-07-20||Monde arabe|
|20/07/2014 13:01||Le président irakien de retour au pays après 18 mois de convalescence à l'étranger|
|20/07/2014 11:38|| Egypte: un soldat blessé par une roquette "probablement perdue" tirée de Gaza |
|20/07/2014 10:07|| Libye: violents combats à l''aéroport de Tripoli (sécurité et témoins) |
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|Posté le: Dim 20 Juil - 23:27 (2014) Sujet du message: SAN DIEGO MEGACHURCH PASTOR : GOD IS BREAKING SOCIETAL RULES BY USING LATINOS
SAN DIEGO MEGACHURCH PASTOR : GOD IS BREAKING SOCIETAL RULES BY USING LATINOS
An evangelical church who promotes Rome values about the immigration laws. His message is not coming from the Lord but to push an evil agenda who will trap thousands of peoples in the hands of the Antichrist Obama who will use this other group to destroy America and to destroy all of them sooner or later. You can see how the church is just there to control the masses to bring the international agenda of the man of sin.
By Jessica Martinez , CP Reporter
July 16, 2014|12:50 pm
(Photo: Javier Torres Studios)
Pastor Sergio de la Mora leads Cornerstone Church, San Diego's largest Hispanic church.
SAN DIEGO – Cornerstone Church in San Diego, California is the largest congregation led by a Latino pastor in the city's history. But the pastor, Sergio de la Mora, a second generation Mexican-American, says it is the church's message, not demographic, that attracts people to the church's several campuses throughout Southern California and Mexico.
"Because God is raising us second generation Latinos, He's breaking rules by using people like us. I believe that God is saying to America, 'give me permission to use people who you wouldn't think I can use," de la Mora, who leads the multicultural Cornerstone church, told The Christian Post during The Heart Revolution Conference last week. "I think the next movement of God is going to be done by people who allow God to use them to break rules so people's image of God is enlarged."
(Photo: Javier Torres Studios)
Cornerstone Church celebrates during The Heart Revolution Conference in San Diego, Calif.
Latino Ministries Led by Bilingual Leaders Are Becoming the Agents in the Hispanic Church Move't Ex-Gang Member Calls for Godly ‘Heart Revolution’
Despite his church's growth, de la Mora still believes in the power of the local church and the importance of serving the community's needs.
"We believe as a church that the largest demographic in the city should be a target for the heart of the church because it shows what God is doing. It's not that it's just Hispanics, if there was a large Asian population that was growing, we'd focus on them," said de la Mora.
While it seems as though Cornerstone has made its mark in Southern California, de la Mora, who credits the success of his church to its focus on youth and family, says the church has much more to achieve.
"We want to expand the vision and mission into other cities, and raise new leaders to influence America," said de la Mora. "I really believe Cornerstone has just begun. I think this is just a sample of what we're supposed to see. The mission has been forged and leaders have been formed and I think our time is now."
De la Mora wants to expand his chruch internationally, including to Central America, Europe and Africa. In the meantime, he notes that he will partly focus his time now on writing a new book, The God Who Breaks The Rules, about reaching a generation of people who don't meet societal standards but who meet God's spiritual standards.
"The success and growth that we've been able to see has formed in me a new image of God. The God that I served when I first started the church isn't the same God I'm serving today," said de la Mora. "It's not that He has changed, my perspective has changed. He's broken rules so the kingdom can advance and He has used people whose past could seem to disqualify them."
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|Posté le: Dim 20 Juil - 23:32 (2014) Sujet du message: IMMIGRATION - POPE FRANCIS
|IMMIGRATION - POPE FRANCIS
His voice loudly echoing through St. Peter’s basilica, the Pope stated “those who would dare to turn immigrants away, be they legal or undocumented, turn their backs on Christ himself! A racist is not a true Christian. A racist casts aside his humanity to become a beast, a demon! He is the embodiment and personification of evil, a Satan!”
To a chorus of thunderous applause, Pope Francis stated “because Muslims, Hindus and African Animists are also made in the very likeness and image of God, to hate them is to hate God! To reject them to is to reject God and the Gospel of Christ. Whether we worship at a church, a synagogue, a mosque or a mandir, it does not matter. Whether we call God, Jesus, Adonai, Allah or Krishna, we all worship the same God of love. This truth is self-evident to all who have love and humility in their hearts!”
In a announcement that shocked many people, Pope Francis warned that “those who seek to deny a home to the migrant, to the African and the Muslim, risk their membership in the church. We will consider excommunication for those whose souls willingly dwell in the darkness and evil of intolerance and racism. Satan himself is a metaphor or a personification, for the collective evils of mankind. Today, these evils manifest foremost as racism, intolerance, religious persecution and bigotries of all kinds.”
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|Posté le: Mar 22 Juil - 11:53 (2014) Sujet du message: WAR PROPAGANDA AND SUPPORT FOR GAZA - ISRAËL-PALESTINE, JULY 21, 2014
WAR PROPAGANDA AND SUPPORT FOR GAZA - ISRAËL-PALESTINE, JULY 21, 2014
HOLLANDE FELICITE ISRAËL POUR SON ACTION A GAZA
VIDEO : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usVpVVGw0Rk
ISRAËL, COUP DE GUEULE D'UNE DEPUTEE IRLANDAISE, CLARE DALY (16/07/14)
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CES ELUS QUI BAFOUENT LA LOI ...
Posté le 22 juillet 2014 par balboa78 -
Jacques Boutault : démission !
Jacques Boutault, le maire Europe Ecologie les Verts du 2eme arrondissement, membre de la coalition d’Anne Hidalgo, était à la manifestation interdite par la préfecture de police de Paris, samedi.
Quelle honte pour la République de voir cette écharpe tricolore, portée en lieu et place d’un drapeau rouge, s’afficher dans une manifestation interdite par la préfecture de police ! Bien sûr, ce militant vert-pastèque (vert à l’extérieur, rouge à l’intérieur), ne sera pas inquiété par la justice socialiste de Taubira, trop occupé à enfermer une élue du Front national ou à traquer un ancien président de la République !
PCF et NPA : dissolution de ces groupuscules subversifs
On aura remarqué également la présence, à cette manifestation interdite, de Patrick Le Hyaric, directeur de l’Humanité, membre du parti communiste et député au Parlement européen.
Ce monsieur n’a même pas la reconnaissance du ventre pour les socialistes qui ont fait voter, en catimini, une nuit, l’effacement de la dette du journal L’Humanité pour un montant de 4 millions d’euros !
Le NPA de Besancenot n’était pas en reste puisqu’il a appelé à participer à la manifestation , après son interdiction par la préfecture de police :
La gauche et l’extrême gauche passent leur temps à faire des proçès en anti-républicanisme envers ceux qui ne partagent pas leur point de vue. Sans même juger du sujet de la manifestation, qui au passage ne concerne pas la France (nous ne sommes ni israéliens ni palestiniens), comment peut-on accepter ce double discours de délégitimation des institutions publiques combiné à une apparence de respect des lois ?
En d’autres temps, le gouvernement s’est montré prompt à dissoudre des mouvements d’extrême droite mais aujourd’hui, le pouvoir, Valls et Taubira en tête, reste silencieux sur des violations de la loi par les élus et des partis politiques subventionnés par les Français …
Toujours le « deux poids, deux mesures », maintes fois dénoncé dans ces colonnes !
Dernière édition par maria le Mer 23 Juil - 13:54 (2014); édité 1 fois
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|Posté le: Mer 23 Juil - 09:58 (2014) Sujet du message: GOLDMAN MANAGING DIRECTOR FOUND DEAD IN APPARENT KITE SURFING ACCIDENT
|GOLDMAN MANAGING DIRECTOR FOUND DEAD IN APPARENT KITE SURFING ACCIDENT
Submitted by Tyler Durden on 07/21/2014 13:01 -0400
Police are still investigating the tragic death of 39-year-old Goldman Sachs Managing Director Nicholas Valtz this weekend. As Bloomberg reports, Valtz, a "novice kiteboarder," was found dead yesterday by family members who went searching for him after he didn’t return from a kiteboarding outing. While there is no accusation of suicide in this case, it sadly brings the number of young financial services executives deaths to 16 this year.
As Bloomberg reports,
Nicholas Valtz, a managing director in cross-asset sales at Goldman Sachs in New York, was found in Napeague Harbor off the coast of Long Island, according to the East Hampton police. Valtz, 39, was a “novice kiteboarder” and was found floating in the water secured to his kite, police said in a statement released yesterday. Other kite gear was found in a grassy area of the harbor, police said.
Valtz, who joined Goldman Sachs in 2000, was promoted to managing director in 2010. His wife, Sashi Valtz, also works at Goldman Sachs as head of global third-party research sales, according to her LinkedIn profile.
Police are still investigating the death, according to the statement.
In March 2008, Valtz shaved his head to raise money for childhood cancer research, according to the website for St. Baldrick’s Foundation. Valtz enjoyed technology products and fast cars, according to the website for his brother-in-law’s 2012 wedding in which he was a groomsman.
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THIS IS THE 15th FINANCIAL SERVICES EXECUTIVE DEATH IN RECENT MONTHS ...
1 - William Broeksmit, 58-year-old former senior executive at Deutsche Bank AG, was found dead in his home after an apparent suicide in South Kensington in central London, on January 26th.
2 - Karl Slym, 51 year old Tata Motors managing director Karl Slym, was found dead on the fourth floor of the Shangri-La hotel in Bangkok on January 27th.
3 - Gabriel Magee, a 39-year-old JP Morgan employee, died after falling from the roof of the JP Morgan European headquarters in London on January 27th.
4 - Mike Dueker, 50-year-old chief economist of a US investment bank was found dead close to the Tacoma Narrows Bridge in Washington State.
5 - Richard Talley, the 57 year old founder of American Title Services in Centennial, Colorado, was found dead earlier this month after apparently shooting himself with a nail gun.
6 - Tim Dickenson, a U.K.-based communications director at Swiss Re AG, also died last month, however the circumstances surrounding his death are still unknown.
7 - Ryan Henry Crane, a 37 year old executive at JP Morgan died in an alleged suicide just a few weeks ago. No details have been released about his death aside from this small obituary announcement at the Stamford Daily Voice.
8 - Li Junjie, 33-year-old banker in Hong Kong jumped from the JP Morgan HQ in Hong Kong this week.
9 - James Stuart Jr, Former National Bank of Commerce CEO, found dead in Scottsdale, Ariz., the morning of Feb. 19. A family spokesman did not say whatcaused the death
10 - Edmund (Eddie) Reilly, 47, a trader at Midtown’s Vertical Group, commited suicide by jumping in front of LIRR train
11 - Kenneth Bellando, 28, a trader at Levy Capital, formerly investment banking analyst at JPMorgan, jumped to his death from his 6th floor East Side apartment.
12 - Jan Peter Schmittmann, 57, the former CEO of Dutch bank ABN Amro found dead at home near Amsterdam with wife and daughter.
13 - Li Jianhua, 49, the director of China's Banking Regulatory Commission died of a sudden heart attack
14 - Lydia _____, 52 - jumped to her suicide from the 14th floor of Bred-Banque Populaire in Paris
15 - Julian Knott, 45 - killed wife and self with a shotgun in Jefferson Township, New Jersey
16 - Nicholas Valtz, 39 - killed in apparent kiteboarding accident in Nepaugue Harbor, Long Island.
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|Posté le: Mer 23 Juil - 12:16 (2014) Sujet du message: BANDE DE GAZA : WASHINGTON ET L'ONU TENTENT D'ARRACHER UN CESSEZ-LE-FEU
PROPAGANDE DE GUERRE
BANDE DE GAZA : WASHINGTON ET L'ONU TENTENT D'ARRACHER UN CESSEZ-LE-FEU
C'est plutôt le contraire qui se passe dans les coulisses secrètes de ces entités gouvernementales. Soutien de l'OIC, l'ONU qui remet au Hamas les roquettes découvertes dans une école de l'ONU, les Etats-Unis qui envoie un montant de 47 million de dollars au Hamas, etc. Toutes leurs actions nous prouvent le contraire. "Vous reconnaîtrez un arbre à ses fruits" Matthieu 7:16 et Matthieu 12:33
Mise à jour le mardi 22 juillet 2014 à 21 h 48 HAE
Radio-Canada avec Associated Press et Reuters
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Le compte rendu de Marie-Ève Bédard
Alors que la diplomatie internationale s'active pour tenter d'obtenir un cessez-le-feu entre Israël et le Hamas et que communauté internationale s'inquiète du nombre de pertes civiles, la bande de Gaza a été le théâtre de nouveaux affrontements mortels, mardi.
En point de presse après une rencontre avec le premier ministre israélien Benyamin Nétanyahou à Tel-Aviv, le secrétaire général des Nations unies Ban Ki-moon a appelé les parties à faire la paix, exhortant au passage le Hamas à cesser ses tirs de roquettes sur Israël comme prémisse à un éventuel cessez-le-feu.
« Mon message aux Israéliens et aux Palestiniens est le même. Arrêtez de combattre, commencez à parler. Traitez à la racine les causes du conflit. » — Le secrétaire général de l'ONU, Ban Ki-moon
Au Caire, le secrétaire d'État américain John Kerry a quant à lui demandé au Hamas d'engager des négociations de paix avec Israël sur la base de la proposition de trêve égyptienne que le mouvement palestinien a rejetée jusqu'à présent. Le Hamas réclame la levée du blocus israélien de Gaza, en place depuis 2006, la libération de prisonniers et l'ouverture de la frontière avec l'Égypte.
« Le Hamas a un choix essentiel à faire, et c'est un choix qui aura des retombées importantes pour la population de Gaza », a dit John Kerry lors d'une conférence de presse aux côtés du chef de la diplomatie égyptienne, Sameh Choukri.
La diplomatie internationale tente toujours d'arracher un cessez-le-feu - le récit de Frédéric Nicoloff
Dépêché dans la région par le président Barack Obama, M. Kerry a rencontré le président égyptien Abdel Fattah Al-Sissi, mardi. Il a qualifié de constructives les discussions qu'il a eues avec les dirigeants égyptiens, mais prévient qu'il « reste du travail à faire » pour résoudre le conflit.
En cas de cessez-le-feu effectif, Israël et les Palestiniens devront aborder les questions de fond, a prévenu le secrétaire d'État.
« Il est impératif qu'il y ait un engagement sérieux, des discussions, des négociations, concernant les problèmes de fond et toutes les affaires qui nous ont amenés où nous sommes aujourd'hui. » — John Kerry
L'Égypte a longtemps été le médiateur dans les conflits entre Israël et le Hamas.
Pour une riposte « proportionnée »
Un haut responsable du mouvement palestinien Fatah a de son côté indiqué mardi que les discussions se poursuivaient avec le Hamas en vue de parvenir à un cessez-le-feu avec Israël, précisant que les deux parties avaient refusé une trêve humanitaire. L'approche de l'Aïd el-Fitr, la grande fête qui suit la fin du jeûne du ramadan, pourrait fournir à toutes les parties un moment opportun pour se mettre d'accord sur un cessez-le-feu, suggère un responsable palestinien du Fatah au Caire, Azzam al Ahmed.
Toutefois, un cessez-le-feu « n'est pas proche », selon la ministre israélienne de la Justice Tzipi Livni, considérée parmi les plus modérés de son gouvernement. « Je ne vois pas de lumière au bout du tunnel », a-t-elle dit à la radio militaire israélienne.
Le chef de la diplomatie française Laurent Fabius insiste pour que la riposte israélienne aux tirs de roquettes du Hamas à Gaza soit « proportionnée » et estime que le nombre de Palestiniens tués, plus de 630, est « quelque chose qu'on ne peut pas accepter ».
L'Union européenne appelle aussi Israël à une opération « proportionnée » et « conforme aux lois humanitaires internationales ».
« Les Gazaouis n'ont pas l'impression que tout ce conflit avec Israël a commencé il y a maintenant un peu plus de deux semaines, mais que c'est une très longue histoire. Ce que l'on demande essentiellement ici, c'est la levée du blocus israélien qui est imposé sur la bande de Gaza depuis 2006. Les Gazaouis se sentent un peu abandonnés par le reste du monde », rapporte notre correspondante sur place, Marie-Ève Bédard.
Gaza vue de l'intérieur
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Si cela n'aurait pas fonctionné, ils auraient bien trouvé un autre moyen pour en arriver là, où on en est. Les Jésuites, eux-mêmes disent que lorsque qu'ils n'ont pas vaincu tel ou tel pays, ils reviennent avec un autre plan jusqu'à ce que leur victoire soit assurée. Comme cette stratégie de guerre semble bien fonctionnée dans les autres pays, pourquoi ne pas l'étendre à la France!
Posted on juil 21, 2014 @ 19:30
Il fallait raison garder !
Nous l’avons plusieurs fois répété ici. Si les manifestations n’avaient pas été interdites, certains n’allaient pas se croire tout permis et les menteurs qui veulent faire passer une manifestation anti-israélienne en antisémite ou anti-juive n’allaient pas eux aussi faire les beaux.
C’est maintenant aux services d’ordre des manifestations, et à la police de veiller à ce qu’il n’y ait pas/plus de dérapage. Rien ne sert de parler de capitulation mais, ce Gouvernement, donneur de leçons était prisonnier de ses propres promesses. On ne peut condamner la répression des manifestations dans certains pays et les interdire chez soi. Tel est pris qui croyait prendre ? Sans doute. Le fameux fait ce que je dis et ne fait pas ce que je fais est définitivement enterré ? Espérons.
Aux organisateurs, si vous me lisez, méfiez-vous de ceux qui viennent dans cette manifestation pour tenter d’en exclure d’autres. Ils sont dangereux et ont des projets inavoués. Si je suis solidaire de la Palestine, il faut que je puisse accepter que Paul, même s’il ne partage pas mes idées en dehors, puisse lui aussi avoir du cœur car, personne n’a le monopole du cœur…Enfin, pour sûr, les renégats de la Ligue de Défense
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|WOMEN LEADERS OF GAMALIEL FAST FOR IMMIGRATION REFORM IN LENT
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ST. LOUIS, Mo., March 18, 2014 /Christian Newswire/ -- Starting Sunday in Sonoma County, California, women across the country are sacrificing food and taking action to protest the moral crisis caused by those blocking immigration reform and the epidemic of deportations tearing families apart.
With "Act.Fast: Women's Fast for Families" women remind Americans that Congress has more than the 218 votes needed to pass an immigration bill if the House leadership would only call it to the floor and that deportations under President Obama will reach the 2 million mark this week -- the largest number of deportations under any U.S. president.
Leaders from the Gamaliel community organizing network in 11 states -- one for each million undocumented immigrants in the U.S. today are joining the National Fast for Families during Lent by pledging to fast for at least one 24-hour period to pray for enlightenment of the handful of people blocking immigration reform.
In addition to the National Fast for Families, Gamaliel affiliates in several cities are supporting the Fast4Families bus tour, a traveling crew with the same mission of raising awareness about the need for immigration reform. Activities include:
Fast for Families Bus Tour
Ana Garcia-Ashley from Gamaliel will join in a 48-hour fast of 100 women in Washington DC from April 7-9. These women will be joined by the caravans from the National Fast for Families bus tour, arriving in Washington, D.C. on April 9.
More information about We Belong Together is at webelongtogether.org/fast; more about the bus tour is at fast4families.org.
Gamaliel (Gamaliel.org), a 25-year-old group known for building strong community organizing groups across the country and developing powerful leaders, helped train Pres. Barack Obama among many other community and civic leaders.
We Belong Together is a national campaign to bring forward the priorities of women in immigration reform, co-anchored by National Domestic Workers Alliance and National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum with participation of women's organizations, immigrant rights groups, children, and families across the country.
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