Netanyahu calls Colombia’s President an ‘anti-Semite’

Netanyahu said, “Israel won’t take lectures from someone who supports Hamas, which is anti-Semitic….reports Asian Lite News

Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called Colombian President Gustavo Petro an anti-Semite in the wake of Petro’s decision to sever diplomatic ties with the State of Israel. In announcing his decision, Petro accused Israel of committing genocide in Gaza.

Netanyahu responded by saying, “Israel will not be lectured by an anti-Semitic supporter of Hamas, a genocidal terrorist organization that massacred, raped, mutilated and burned alive 1,200 innocent people on October 7. Shame on you President Petro!”

Israeli tanks enter Jabalia refugee camp

As the Rafah invasion continues to grow more intense, there are more developments taking place in ongoing operations in the area, with Israeli military tanks going deeper into the Jabalia refugee camp, Al Jazeera reported on Sunday.

They, Israeli tanks, notably crossed Salah al-Din Street into the camp on early Sunday morning as the battle rages between Hamas terrorists and Israeli forces.

During the earlier military incursion in the refugee camp, the residents had been moved to different places, and now, they are bound to leave again amid the ongoing offensive in Gaza.

Numerous Palestinians have been compelled to evacuate various parts of Gaza, such as Jabalia, Beit Lahiya, and Rafah. Initial responders from the Palestinian Civil Defence claimed they were unable to attend to numerous requests for assistance coming from both regions and Rafah, according to Al Jazeera.

People in eastern Rafah were told to evacuate last week by Israel and head west to the packed tent camp known as the “humanitarian zone” of al-Mawasi.

Meanwhile, Israel, over the past seven months, has time and again issued evacuation orders for Palestinians in the strip including critically ill patients from hospitals, often with unclear instructions.

All residents of Gaza City and the north were given a 24-hour notice to leave the area south of Wadi Gaza by the Israeli army on October 13 last year

Whereas, in December again, the residents of the Bureij refugee camp and other central Gaza localities were ordered to evacuate and relocate to Deir el-Balah by Israel.

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