‘Systematic demolition of homes’ across Gaza

  • There has been a surge in Israel attacks across Gaza with Israeli forces targetting residential areas, our correspondents on the the ground report.
  • UNRWA says “hunger is everywhere in Gaza” as Ramadan begins and reiterates calls for an “immediate ceasefire” during the holy month.

    Israel’s Al-Aqsa Mosque compound restrictions push towards ‘explosion’: Jordan

    Jordan’s Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi has said restrictions imposed by Israel on Muslim worshippers’ access to Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque compound during the Muslim fasting month was pushing the situation towards an “explosion”.

    In remarks on state media, Safadi said his country rejected Israel’s announced move to limit access to the holy site during Ramadan, citing security needs with war raging in Gaza.

    Jordan echoes the Palestinian view that such restrictions were an attack on freedom of worship, he said.

    • Israeli army says drones landed in open areas in occupied Golan Heights

      The Israeli military has said two suspected drones, which crossed into the occupied Golan Heights from Lebanon, landed in open areas.

      No casualties or damage were reported.

      The army statement comes after reports of aerial warning sirens in the occupied Golan Heights and northern Israel.

      Hezbollah confirmed launching an attack, saying it targeted “the defence headquarters in Kaila Barracks” in the region controlled by Israel.

      The group earlier said it had targeted a military outpost in northern Israel.

      WATCH: Patients in dire need for blood transfusion in Gaza

      As Gaza continues to be hit by intense Israeli bombardments, for those with chronic kidney disease, life-saving treatment is under threat.

      With most hospitals in the besieged enclave out of service, dialysis treatments have become difficult to find and administer due to shortages of medicine, staff and supplies.

      Al Jazeera spoke to Palestinians in the enclave who managed to reach the few hospitals providing treatment amid the bombardment.

      Dozens arrested in Israeli raids on occupied West Bank

      The Israeli army has arrested at least 25 Palestinians, including former prisoners and children, in multiple raids overnight across several cities in the occupied West Bank.

      According to the Palestinian Prisoner’s Society and the Commission of Detainees and Ex-Detainees Affairs, this brings the total number of Palestinians arrested since October 7 to 7,530.

      The raids were concentrated in the governorates of Ramallah and el-Bireh, Qalqilya, Salfit and Bethlehem.

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