Since Israel and Hamas engaged in an 11-day conflict last year, the violence between Israel and Palestinian factions in Gaza has deteriorated significantly.
As long as a cease-fire was not negotiated, there was still a chance that the border clashes may escalate into a full-fledged war.
Conflict arose because Israeli aircraft attacked targets (leaders of the Islamic Jihad) in Gaza.
The terrorist Palestinian Jihad group responded by launching many rockets toward Israel with support from Iran.
Compared to Hamas, Islamic Jihad has fewer fighters and supporters.
Israel's actions: Israel began its operation by attacking a major leader of the Islamic Jihad, and it then carried out a second targeted strike on a different leader.
Israeli army reports that militants in Gaza launched roughly 580 missiles at Israel.
Many of them were intercepted by Israel, and two of those that were shot down were aimed at Jerusalem.
The U.N. Security Council has called an urgent meeting to discuss the bloodshed.
The session was arranged in response to a request by the United Arab Emirates, which represents Arab countries on the council, as well as China, France, Ireland, and Norway. China will be the council's president for August 2022.
The partition of Palestine between the old state of Palestine and the new state of Israel was suggested by the United Nations (UN).
The Jewish-majority state of Israel was required to receive 53% of the land under this partition proposal, while the Palestinian-majority state of Palestine received 47%. (Palestine).
The Arab nations of the Middle East did not accept this notion well.
First Israeli-Arab conflict:
But in 1948, Jewish paramilitary organisations forcibly created the state of Israel. This led to a bloody war with its Arab neighbours in 1948, including Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan. First Arab-Israeli conflict.
Israel prevailed in this conflict and eventually occupied a larger area than was originally planned in the 1947 UN partition plan.
When the State of Israel was established in historic Palestine in 1948, the Palestinians were driven from their homes. The Palestinians refer to these events as the "Nakba," or disaster.
Of those 48 Palestinian families, 28 relocated to Sheikh Jarrah in East Jerusalem.
1967 Six-Day War:
The Six-Day War broke out after the Arab nations once more refused to recognise Israel as a sovereign state in 1967.
Israel gained even more territory in Palestine as a result of this victory.
Israel gained control of the West Bank, the Gaza Strip, and East Jerusalem, which contains the revered Old City.
It also occupied the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt and the Syrian Golan Heights.
Jewish organisations began requesting that families leave the country at the beginning of the 1970s.
The Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO) and the Israeli government signed it in 1993, with the backing of the UN.
As a result, the Palestinian Authority gained control of a portion of the West Bank.
Israel regards Jerusalem as its capital as its whole, not simply a portion of it. However, the Palestinians disagree and want that it serves as the capital of a future independent Palestine.
A judgement to evict four Palestinian families from their houses in Sheikh Jarrah in favour of Jewish settlers was upheld by the Central Court in East Jerusalem earlier this year.
Israeli police recently installed barricades at Damascus Gate to coincide with the start of Ramadan, which caused a dilemma for Palestinians.
Numerous individuals were hurt as Israeli forces raided the Al-Aqsa Mosque. On Jerusalem Day, this was accomplished.
Hamas, the Islamist militant organisation in charge of Gaza, responded by launching a number of rockets.
In retaliation, the Israelis attacked Gaza with an airstrike, killing at least 65 Palestinians, including 16 children
India’s Stand on Israel Palestine Conflict
India has continuously voted in favour of Palestine at the UN and has remained "steadfast" in its support for Palestinian rights.
India participated in the UN General Assembly and cast a vote against the US's 2017 decision to recognise Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
India had supported a different UNGA resolution in 2018 that "deplored the use of excessive, disproportionate, and indiscriminate force by Israeli troops on Palestinian civilians."
India has consistently supported resolutions that call for a two-state solution and acknowledge the Palestinian claim to East Jerusalem.
At a recent emergency closed-door UN Security Council meeting, India particularly criticized rocket assaults from Gaza while denouncing "any acts of violence."
With the aid of international organizations, a "two-state solution" based on peace can only be reached through negotiations between Israel and Palestine.
The Abraham Accords, which were negotiated by the United States and signed in 2020 by Israel, Bahrain, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), and Israel, were a significant advance in fostering Arab-Israeli collaboration. Finding a peaceful and lasting resolution to the ongoing crisis is now urgently necessary.
India is committed to multilateralism, has positive relations with both Israel and Palestine, and may contribute "increased" efforts to finding a peaceful resolution to the Israel-Palestine dispute.
It is one of the most densely populated regions in the world, with a population of about two million.
It is led by the jihadist organisation Hamas, albeit the Palestinian Authority, which controls a portion of the West Bank and is recognised internationally as speaking for all Palestinians, is its competitor.
One of the militant organisations active in Gaza is the PalestinianIslamic Jihad (PIJ), which works with Hamas while simultaneously maintaining its independence.
Heights of Golan
The Golan Heights are the Syrian borderlands that Israel conquered in 1967's Six-Day Middle East War.
The western two-thirds of the geographical Golan Heights and the portion of Mount Hermon that is occupied by Israel are included in this area.
It is encircled on the west by the Jordan River and the Sea of Galilee, on the north by Mount Hermon, on the east by the ephemeral Wadi Al-Ruqqd, and on the south by the Yarmuk River.
World bank logistic performance index 2023
India is now ranked 38th out of 139 nations in the Logistic Performance Index (LPI) 2023 of the World Bank.
From its previous rankings of 44th in 2018 and 54th in 2014, this is a notable improvement.
Earlier, the Logistics Ease Across Different States (LEADS) Report 2022 was published by the Mini
Smuggling of Gold
Airports discovered more than 63% of this illegal gold.
The Department of Revenue Intelligence recently conducted the Golden Dawn Operation across India, seizing 101.7 kg of illegal gold valued at Rs 51 crore.
Despite the fact that India receives a legal import of about 800-1,000 tonnes of gold each year, the illicit mar
Both parties expressed satisfaction with the ongoing bilateral defence cooperation at the 8th India-Thailand Defence Dialogue, which was held in Bangkok, Thailand.
Cultural ties and mutual cooperation that have been shaped by thousands of years of lasting historical and cultural ties characterise India and Thailand
Translocation of Elephants
The Kerala government's appeal of the order of the Kerala High Court is rejected by the Supreme Court.
The Kerala government's appeal against the Kerala High Court's directive to move Arikomban (Wild Elephant), the "rice tusker" of Munnar, to the Parambikulam tiger reserve was recently dismis
Global Buddhist Summit
In order to improve diplomatic and cultural ties with other nations, the Ministry of Culture recently organised the First Global Buddhist Summit 2023 in collaboration with the International Buddhist Confederation (IBC).
About the summit
"Responses to Contemporary Challenges: Philosophy to Praxis" is