By Sam WoolleyThe conflict between the Israeli government and Arab citizens of Israel has become one of the bloodiest and most divisive in modern Israeli history.
The conflict, which began in the late 1980s, has spilled over into the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip, where the conflict has pitted Palestinians against Israelis.
On Wednesday, the Israeli military announced that it had struck a number of sites believed to be Hamas-run rocket launchers and other weapons caches.
The attacks were a major escalation of the conflict between Israel and Hamas, which is considered a terrorist organization by the United States, the European Union, the Arab League and the United Nations.
The strikes were carried out on Wednesday afternoon, a day after the army launched a campaign to destroy a number that it believes were part of Hamas’ missile arsenal.
The Israeli military said that the strike, which targeted the Shati refugee camp in the West Bank city of Hebron, killed at least five terrorists and wounded four others.
It also said that two of the dead were militants.
The army said that it destroyed four of the rocket launchers in the area, killing one militant and wounding four others, and that it seized a number more, including weapons, munitions and rocket launchers.
Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri called the strike “a massacre” and claimed that the Israeli strikes were aimed at a large military base in the Shifa refugee camp, which was seized by Israeli troops last month.
The Gaza Strip’s Hamas movement has said it has been behind the rocket attacks, which it said were intended to prevent an Israeli withdrawal to the Gaza Strip.
Hosni Mubarak, Egypt’s deposed president, ordered Israel to withdraw from the Gaza strip in 2005, a move that Hamas has accused Israel of violating.
On Monday, the head of the Hamas military wing, Moussa Abu Marzouk, said that Israel was trying to establish a “security zone” on the Gaza border and to take over the coastal strip.
The move was condemned by the UN and human rights groups, and Hamas was expelled from the United Arab Emirates.
Israel has accused Hamas of seeking to expand its territory and establish a military presence in the Gaza area.
In recent months, it has sent thousands of soldiers into Gaza, but Israel has said they are not directly fighting Hamas.
Israeli officials have said that they believe the Hamas-controlled enclave is an “illegal enclave” that Hamas was trying “to create.”
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, a member of the governing coalition, said he had ordered the military to protect Israel from the threat of a possible rocket attack, and urged the international community to “respond swiftly” to the escalation.
The rockets fired from Gaza into southern Israel have been deadly in recent weeks.
On Tuesday, the army said it had destroyed six rocket launchers near the border with Israel.
On Thursday, the commander of the Israeli army, Lt.
Col. Dan Halutz, said at a news conference that the military had targeted three more sites suspected to be rocket launchers for the Islamic State (IS) group in southern Israel.
Halutz also said there was no evidence that the rockets were intended for Israel.
Israel also announced that a Hamas command-and-control center had been destroyed near the Gaza city of Rafah, the only territory under Hamas control in the region.
On Tuesday, a senior Hamas official said the group was preparing to launch a ground offensive against Israel, saying that Israel’s military had not responded to a request for assistance.
A senior official at the Israeli embassy in Washington said on Wednesday that the U.S. was monitoring the situation closely and that Washington had “concerns about the potential escalation of tensions between Israelis and Palestinians and Israel’s ability to defend itself.”
The escalation came just a day before President Trump is due to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories, where he is expected to announce a number major policies.
Trump has said that he would be prepared to use military force if the Palestinians fail to halt their rocket attacks.
On Sunday, Trump, speaking in New Jersey, said the U,S.
and Israel must “stop this carnage,” according to a transcript provided by the White House.
The Palestinians want an independent state with an independent border, an independent Palestinian state, and a sovereign Palestinian people.
They want the borders to be drawn according to international law, and they want to have their own capital in East Jerusalem.
They want their own state.
They are not asking for any of those things.
The Palestinians want to live in peace with Israel and to live peacefully.
The U.N. has recognized the state of Palestine.
Israel and the Palestinians have not yet reached a peace deal, and the sides have said they will not agree to a two-state solution.
Trump’s administration has been particularly hard-line on the issue of the status of Jerusalem, which Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 Middle East war and annexed to the U and P bloc of the UN.
The administration has also opposed a two year cease-fire in the fighting in