Live Updates on the Israel-Palestine Conflict: 10 Nepali Nationals Tragically Lost in Hamas Attacks
Live Updates on the Israel-Palestine Conflict: 10 Nepali Nationals Tragically Lost in Hamas Attacks

Live Updates on the Israel-Palestine Conflicts: Amidst the ongoing attacks by Hamas, Israeli nationals residing abroad are making their way back to their homeland. Presently, 1,000 Israeli soldiers are engaged in the battlefield, with numerous volunteers poised to join their ranks. Israel has recently shifted its stance from a defensive strategy to an offensive one, asserting that they possess an ample supply of arms and ammunition.

The Israeli government anticipates the conflict concluding within the next 7 to 10 days, although no official statement specifies the potential duration. As a precautionary measure, the country is actively relocating its citizens away from the cities currently under attack, planning to move them further southward.

Israel remains resolute in its determination to fight until the conflict's end, asserting that they have neutralized several terrorists and are vigilantly monitoring neighboring nations for potential threats.

In response to the escalating violence, Israel has decried Hamas for alleged 'war crimes,' with the nation's ambassador to the United Nations calling for the obliteration of Hamas's terror infrastructure. The United States has reaffirmed its support for Israel by bolstering its military presence in the Middle East.

Meanwhile, prominent Indian Americans, including Republican presidential candidates Nikki Haley and Vivek Ramaswamy, have voiced their support for Israel in the face of unprecedented Hamas attacks that have resulted in hundreds of casualties.

Hamas initiated a devastating rocket attack on southern Israel, claiming the lives of over 600 people, including soldiers, and leaving more than 1,900 wounded.

One tragic incident during the conflict unfolded at the Tribe of Nova music festival, intended as an all-night dance celebration near the Gaza-Israel border. However, it turned into a scene of chaos and horror as Hamas militants launched an assault on the festival, leading to an estimated 260 casualties. Terrified festivalgoers desperately sought refuge from the gunfire, with harrowing accounts circulating on social media.

The American Airlines pilot union has taken the extraordinary step of instructing its members to refrain from flying to Israel, citing concerns over the ongoing hostilities between Israel and the Palestinians in Gaza. Union President Ed Sicher conveyed that pilots should abstain from flights to Israel until safety and security in the region can be reasonably assured.

The Middle East tensions stemming from the Hamas attack on Israel have caused oil prices to surge by over four percent. The attack has raised concerns about potential disruptions to the region's oil supply. Brent crude prices increased by 4.7 percent to reach $86.65, while West Texas Intermediate rose by 4.5 percent, reaching USD 88.39 during early Asian trading.

Tragically, a number of American citizens have lost their lives in the unexpected attacks launched by the Palestinian militant group Hamas. While a US official confirmed these American casualties, further details remain undisclosed. The US National Security Council extended its deepest condolences to the victims and their grieving families.

At an emergency meeting of the UN Security Council, the United States called for a unanimous condemnation of "these heinous terrorist attacks committed by Hamas." However, the council took no immediate action, with the US deputy ambassador, Robert Wood, noting that while many countries did condemn the Hamas attacks, not all council members joined in the condemnation.

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