Israel-Hamas war: A day of protests seeks to paralyze Tel Aviv to demand a truce after 9 months of conflict | Palestine | Benjamin Netanyahu | Gaza Strip | Latest | WORLD

Israel-Hamas war: A day of protests seeks to paralyze Tel Aviv to demand a truce after 9 months of conflict | Palestine | Benjamin Netanyahu | Gaza Strip | Latest | WORLD
Israel-Hamas war: A day of protests seeks to paralyze Tel Aviv to demand a truce after 9 months of conflict | Palestine | Benjamin Netanyahu | Gaza Strip | Latest | WORLD

AFP Agency

7/7/2024 09H40 – UPDATED TO 7/7/2024 09H40

Several protests called for this Sunday in Israel They seek to paralyze the country to demand a truce agreement with the Islamist movement Hamas in Gaza to allow the return of the hostages kidnapped for nine months.

The demonstrations began at 06:29 local time to commemorate the beginning of the attack of the October 7 launched by the commandos of Hamas in the south of Israel.

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Protesters blocked several streets in Tel Aviv for the second consecutive day, an AFP journalist reported.

Many of them carried Israeli flags and chanted slogans demanding an agreement that would allow the return of the hostages, but also shouted for the resignation of the prime minister’s government, Benjamin Netanyahu.

During the October 7 attack, Islamist militants kidnapped 251 people in southern Israel, according to an AFP count based on official Israeli data. The Israeli army estimates that 116 people remain captive in Gaza42 of whom are believed to have died.

We are going to paralyze the country to tell our government that it is unacceptable that it does not reach an agreement for the hostages.“, he told AFP on Sunday. Orly Nativa 57-year-old woman in Tel Aviv.

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Other protesters shouted in Hebrew “We will not give up!”, after several weeks of protests against the government.

The conflict between Israel and Hamas erupted on October 7, when Islamist commandos killed 1,195 people, mostly civilians, and kidnapped 251 in southern Israel, according to an AFP count based on official Israeli data.

In response, Israel launched an offensive in the Palestinian territory that has killed 38,153 people, most of them civilians, according to the Ministry of Health of Gazaa territory governed by Hamas.

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