In Israel and Palestine, two groups have come face-to-face in the last 10 days of the conflict. The first of these groups are Israeli citizens who stand with their country. At the same time, the other faction is that which is in favor of Palestine and is also supporting Hamas. There are citizens of most Arab countries, who come from different countries of the world and are working in Israeli companies. The ongoing war between the two countries has such an impact that for the first time in 40 years of history, demonstrations are being held in cities like Israel’s Luad and Ramle.
The special thing is that these protesters have expressed support for Hamas. The matter was further heated up when Israel launched an army against protesters in both cities. However, local employees have warned their employees involved in demonstrators supporting Hamas.
On the other hand, Celcom, a mobile services company in Israel, has announced to support the demonstration by the Arabs. This has provoked Israeli civilians badly. As a result, within 28 hours of this announcement, more than 28 thousand Israeli citizens cut Celcom’s mobile connections. Here, life in Israel has been disrupted. Shops selling daily-use items are allowed to open only for a certain time.
Only 80 percent of the markets are opening in this too. However, during the intervening bombing, the alert siren sounds, and traders immediately close shops and reach the safe room. In the safety room and shelter home, the government and social organizations are providing people with all necessary facilities including bathrooms, toilets, kitchens, fridges, microwaves, and storage.
Pakistan’s Imran government will help Palestine The government of Pakistan has decided to help the Palestinians who are facing Israeli attacks. In a cabinet meeting chaired by Imran Khan on Tuesday, it was decided that Pakistan would send medical kits to Palestinians. On the other hand, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi arrived in Turkey on Tuesday. He will meet President Erdogan to draw up a strategy against Israel.