Twitter Suspends Benjamin Netanyahu Parody Account Amid Controversy

Palestinian official cancels meeting with Biden

A senior Palestinian official has canceled his participation in a meeting scheduled for Wednesday with President Joe Biden and other Middle East leaders.

Abbas withdraws from meeting in protest of alleged airstrike on Gaza hospital

Abbas was scheduled to join Jordan’s King Abdullah II and Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sissi at Wednesday’s summit in Amman, Jordan, where they are to discuss the latest Israel-Hamas war with Biden.

Netanyahu parody account suspended from Twitter

A Twitter account parodying Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been suspended.

WHO condemns attack on Gaza hospital

The head of the World Health Organization (WHO) has strongly condemned the attack on Gaza’s Al Ahli Arab Hospital.

Israel says still no details on hospital deaths

Israeli military spokesman Rear Adm. Daniel Hagari said there were still no details on the hospital deaths: “We will get the details and update the public.

I don’t know to say whether it was an Israeli air strike.”

Israeli airstrikes kill dozens of civilians in Gaza

In the south, Israeli airstrikes killed dozens of civilians and at least one senior Hamas figure Tuesday as U.S. officials worked to convince Israel to allow delivery of supplies to desperate civilians, aid groups and hospitals after days of failed hopes for an opening in the siege.

U.S. President Joe Biden heads to the region

U.S. President Joe Biden prepared to head to the region as he and other world leaders tried to prevent the war from sparking a broader regional conflict.

Violence flared Tuesday along Israel’s border with Lebanon, where Iranian-backed Hezbollah militants operate.

Israeli military says it is targeting Hamas hideouts

The Israeli military said it was targeting Hamas hideouts, infrastructure and command centers.

Netanyahu blames Hamas for civilian casualties

Netanyahu sought to put the blame on Hamas for Israel’s retaliatory attacks and the rising civilian casualties in Gaza.

“Not only is it targeting and murdering civilians with unprecedented savagery, it’s hiding behind civilians,” he said.

Israel seals off Gaza

Israel sealed off Gaza after the Oct. 7 Hamas attack on southern Israel that killed over 1,400 people, mostly civilians, and resulted in some 200 taken captive into Gaza.

Hamas militants in Gaza have launched rockets every day since, aiming at cities across Israel.

Aid workers warn that Gaza is near complete collapse

Aid workers warned that the territory was near complete collapse.

Hospitals were on the verge of losing electricity, threatening the lives of thousands of patients, and hundreds of thousands of people searched for bread and water.

Israel opens water line into Gaza for three hours

Israel opened a water line into the south for three hours that benefitted only 14 percent of Gaza’s population, the U.N. said.

Truckloads of aid wait to enter Gaza at Rafah crossing

At the Rafah crossing, Gaza’s only connection to Egypt, truckloads of aid were waiting to enter.

The World Food Program said that it had more than 300 tons of food waiting to cross into Gaza.

U.S. officials say Arab tolerance of Israel’s military operations would evaporate entirely if conditions in Gaza worsened

U.S. officials said it had become clear by then that already limited Arab tolerance of Israel’s military operations would evaporate entirely if conditions in Gaza worsened.

They said that outright condemnation of Israel by Arab leaders would be a boon to Hamas and could encourage Iran, according to four officials who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss internal administration thinking.

That prompted Blinken to press Netanyahu on an aid deal.

Biden to visit Israel and Jordan

Biden’s visit to Israel on Wednesday will signal the White House’s support for a key ally.

He will also travel to Jordan to meet with Arab leaders amid fears the fighting could spread in the region.

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