The Israeli-Palestinian fights are getting intense every day. Blasts, bombards, airstrikes, etc. have all become common. Due to political and religious controversies, innocents are losing their lives. Both the parties are standing upright on their respective issues. No one is ready to surrender. The holy month of Ramadan is also over now. Several people from both countries have lost their lives in the past few days.
Israeli PM Reacts on Hamas Attacks
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu is giving shocking statements every now and then. Recently, he stated that the Palestinians will pay a huge price for their deeds. They are paying currently and will continue paying dearly for that. A few days ago, he also said that he won’t spare the Palestinians. He will make situations even worse for them. What they are bearing now is just a trailer. The bigger action will commence soon. Netanyahu has threatened the Palestinians every now and then.
The Conflict Getting Intense Day by Day
Both the countries have equally attacked each other. The Israeli PM claimed that the Palestinians attacked their capital first. Moreover, they fired rockets at the cities. They have destroyed several buildings and murdered many people. He further added that they will pay a heavy price very soon. Netanyahu is not going to spare the Palestinians. Israel has no plans on relenting in its attacks against Hamas in Gaza. As a result, Israeli soldiers too bombarded the Palestinian enclave. The fight is not over yet.
Reasons Behind the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
This is one of the biggest Israeli-Palestinian conflicts in history. However, this is not the first time. Both the countries have never adjusted on good terms. Several old and new tensions led to this major conflict between the two countries. The eviction of Palestinian families from their homes in Sheikh Jarrah is one prime reason. Besides that, the clash between Israeli and Palestinian police in East Jerusalem is another cause. The Al Aqsa Mosque is the core reason behind the skirmishes. So far, more than 100 people have lost their lives in the battle.