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Unconditional Ceasefire Sees End To 11 Day Conflict & Celebrations In Palestine

Unconditional Ceasefire Sees End To 11 Day Conflict & Celebrations In Palestine

The ‘unconditional ceasefire’, negotiated by the Egyptian government, came into effect on Friday (21 May).

Akmal Hakim

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A ceasefire brokered between the government’s of Palestine and Israel sees an end to 11 days of bloody conflict, for now.

The ‘unconditional ceasefire’, negotiated by the Egyptian government, came into effect on Friday (21 May).

The end in fighting was a cause for celebrations across the besieged city of Gaza and Tel Aviv –  witnessing Palestiniens rejoicing in the streets of their mangled homeland.

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Reportedly, both the Hamas-Palesinian government and the zionists claimed victory over the ceasefire.

Fighting in Jerusalem – a territory revered by all Abrahamic religions alike –  began on 10 May.

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According to news sources, Israielis had launched coordinated ground and air strikes on Palestine, while Hamas reportedly fired some 4,000 rockets into Israel.

An estimated 232 Palestinians, including some 100 women and 65 children, were killed by Israeli forces. During the same period, 12 Israelis, including two children, were also killed.


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