This is a major step forward for the Gazans who have been fighting for 9 months against the dispossession of Quds by Israel and the United States and who do not hesitate to go to the bullets.The Israeli channel's website said a Palestinian remote-controlled drone dropped a bomb on Eshkol, a colony between the Gaza Strip and Israel, on Tuesday night.
A spokesman for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan chose to have a say too, condemning the "blatant racism and discrimination" on Twitter last Tuesday.
Turkey and Israel have tense relations and Erdogan, who regards himself as a champion of the Palestinian cause, is a vocal critic of Israeli policies. "You are a tyrant who slaughters 7-year-old Palestinian kids".
Netanyahu struck back, calling Erdogan a dictator and criticizing the Turkey for imprisoning journalists.More news: U.S. envoy slams China for Muslim camps; call them ‘horrific’
Combined with the outbreak of the West Bank uprising, where Israeli soldiers are again targeted for a new attack, the incident is a real warning to the Israeli regime.The Israeli army confirmed that its fighter planes hit several targets in a Palestinian Resistance military complex in northern Gaza Tuesday night.
Netanyahu's initial comment that sparked the tiff came during an online spat triggered by Israel's right-wing firebrand culture minister Miri Regev.
After the polls, Netanyahu will face a hearing to defend himself against corruption allegations which have dogged his campaign. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu also previously revealed that Israel had had "contacts" with Saudi Arabia, which he said "have been kept in general secret".
Regev, a member of Netanyahu's right-wing Likud party, had in a TV interview warned voters not to support its main rival because it would ally with Israeli Arab parties - a highly unlikely scenario.More news: Reported mass shooting at mosque in Christchurch
"Israel is not a state of all its citizens", Netanyahu wrote in response to comments from an Israeli actress.
Netanyahu reacted with his own Instagram post, telling Sela: "Israel is not a state of all its citizens".
The much criticised by both public figures and Israeli population nation-state law, passed in 2018, grants only Jewish people the right to self-determination and declares Hebrew as the only official language of Israel, stripping Arabic of the same status.
Gadot, star of "Wonder Woman", jumped to Sela's defence.More news: Trends driving the Internet of Things Devices market in the digital ecosystem
"Love your neighbor as yourself", Gadot wrote on Instagram late Sunday.