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Israel-Gaza War

The war between Israel and Gaza has been going on for six months and tensions have spilled over into the surrounding region.

The war: On October 7, Hamas militants launched an unprecedented cross-border attack on Israel, which included taking civilian hostages at a music festival. (See photos and videos of the deadly assault.) Israel declared war on Hamas in response, launching a ground invasion that caused the largest population displacement in the region since Israel’s creation in 1948.

Crisis in Gaza: In the Gaza Strip, Israel has waged one of the most destructive wars of this century, killing tens of thousands of people and plunging at least half the population into “starvation-like conditions.” For months, Israel resisted pressure from its Western allies to allow more humanitarian aid into the enclave.

American involvement: Despite tensions between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and some American politicians, including President Biden, the United States supports Israel with weapons, funds aid programs and has vetoed or abstained from cease resolutions. -fire from the United Nations.

History: The roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and mistrust run deep and complex, predating the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948. Learn about the history of the Gaza Strip.

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