A bombing at a Gaza hospital killed hundreds, with Palestinian authorities blaming Israel, While IDF claimed a Palestinian militant group was responsible. The explosion mainly affected women and children, with Arabic news channels showing distraught parents holding their children. US President Joe Biden was traveling to Israel during the attack, and he expressed his outrage and immense grief.
Protests in the West Bank, Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey erupted in response to the explosion. Palestinian officials announced three days of grieving and canceled a conference with President Biden scheduled for Wednesday in Jordan. The White House announced that Biden’s scheduled stop in Amman, Jordan, had been scrapped, and his meeting with Jordan and Egypt leaders got canceled.
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A bombing at a busy Gaza hospital
According to Palestinian health officials, a bombing at a busy Gaza hospital tragically killed hundreds of people. It is still unknown what caused the explosion, with Palestinian authorities blaming Israel and Israel claiming a Palestinian militant group was to blame.
According to Palestinian health officials, women and children formed most of the explosion’s victims. Arabic news channels aired bleak footage of the disastrous aftereffects, showing distraught parents holding their kids.
Joe Biden’s trip to Israel
While US President Joe Biden was traveling to Israel, the brutal assault occurred. According to the US president, he was “outraged yet extremely devastated by the explosion” at the hospital and the deaths.
Israel and Hamas are exchanging airstrikes and rocket fire
As mediators work to broker a deal that would permit aid to reach the Gaza Strip and refugees with foreign passports to evacuate the enclave, Israel and Hamas are exchanging airstrikes and rocket fire.
Protests in the West Bank
Palestinians and police clashed in the West Bank city of Ramallah as the crowds chanted criticisms of Israel and demanded that Mahmoud Abbas, the leader of the Palestinian Authority, be overthrown. Police in Amman used tear gas to disperse the yelling crowds outside the Israeli embassy. Protests erupted in Iran, Iraq, Jordan, Lebanon, and Turkey in reaction to the explosion.
Biden’s meeting with the leaders of Jordan and Egypt was cancelled
According to Palestinian officials, Abbas announced three days of grieving and withdrew the conference with President Biden scheduled for Wednesday in Jordan. Biden’s visit to the Middle East aimed to include the meeting.
The White House soon after announced that his scheduled stop in Amman, Jordan, where he was due to meet with Abbas, King Abdullah II of Jordan, and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, had been totally scrapped.
Arab nations like Egypt, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates, as well as Palestinian authorities, are accusing Israel of attacking the Al-Ahli Baptist Hospital in Gaza. While the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, a less powerful militant organization than Hamas, received the blame for the hospital explosion in an official statement by the Israel Defence Forces.