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Mikati Kutuk “Penargetan Berbahaya” terhadap Pengamat PBB di Lebanon

BEIRUT: Lebanon’s caretaker prime minister on Saturday condemned a “dangerous incident” in which UN staff were wounded by shelling.

The three UN observers and a translator had been carrying out a patrol in southern Lebanon, where Hezbollah and Israel have traded blows since Oct. 8 last year.

UNIFIL, the UN’s peacekeeping mission in Lebanon, is investigating the source of the attack, spokesperson Andrea Tenenti said.

Lebanon’s Foreign Ministry filed an urgent complaint before the UN Security Council over the attack, accusing Israel of targeting the patrol.

Source: Mikati condemns ‘dangerous targeting’ of UN observers in Lebanon

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485586/middle-east

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Bulan Sabit Merah Arab Saudi Tangani Lebih dari 29 Ribu Kasus di Makkah

RIYADH: Saudi Red Crescent Authority medical teams deployed in the Makkah region have addressed 29,427 emergency cases in the holy capital in the first 19 days of Ramadan, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

Most cases involved health issues and traffic accidents, according to the authority, and were reported primarily in Makkah with 21,444 cases, followed by Jeddah and Taif with 5,426 and 2,557 cases, respectively.

The authority operates 38 emergency centers in the holy capital staffed by doctors, specialists, and technicians who work around the clock.

Source: Saudi Red Crescent handles over 29k cases in Makkah

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485821/saudi-arabia

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Yordania Sebut “Kelaparan” di Gaza dapat Diatasi dengan Cepat jika Israel Buka Perlintasan

CAIRO: Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi said on Saturday that “famine” in Gaza can be dealt with in a short time if Israel opened the land crossings for aid to enter.
Safadi made the comments at a press conference with his Egyptian and French counterparts in Cairo.
The UN and partners have warned that famine could occur in devastated, largely isolated northern Gaza as early as this month

Source: Jordan says Gaza ‘famine’ can be tackled quickly if Israel opens crossings

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485626/middle-east

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Kantor PM Israel: Netanyahu akan Jalani Operasi Hernia pada Hari Ahad

JERUSALEM: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is to undergo hernia surgery on Sunday, his office said, noting he will be put under full anaesthesia.
The procedure comes as the nation is at war with Hamas in Gaza after the Palestinian militants carried out an unprecedented attack on Israel in October.
Deputy Prime Minister and Justice Minister Yariv Levin will stand in as prime minister during the 74-year-old’s operation, the premier’s office said.

Source: Netanyahu to undergo hernia surgery on Sunday: Israel PM’s office

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485876/middle-east

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Polisi Israel Sebut Bunuh Penyerang dengan Pisau di Terminal Bus

Jerusalem: Israeli police said they shot dead a suspect in a knife attack that wounded two people Sunday at the main bus station in the southern city of Beersheva.
Medics said they treated a 20-year-old man at the scene “with a stab wound to his body” before he was taken to hospital.
Police said another person was also lightly hurt.
“The terrorist who carried out the stabbing attack was neutralized on the spot,” said police, later clarifying that he was dead.

Source: Israeli police say killed bus station knife attacker

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485726/middle-east

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Militer Israel Sebut Mereka Menyerang Pusat Komando Jihad Islam yang Beroperasi di Rumah Sakit Gaza

JERUSALEM: Israel’s military said on Sunday it carried out an airstrike against a command centre operated by the armed Islamic Jihad group in the courtyard of Al-Aqsa hospital in the Gaza Strip.
“The command centre and terrorists were struck precisely, intended on minimising harm to uninvolved civilians in the area of the hospital,” the military said. “The Al-Aqsa hospital building was not damaged and its functioning was not affected.”

Source: Israeli military says it struck Islamic Jihad command centre operating at Gaza hospital

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485841/middle-east

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Israel Akui Tentaranya Bunuh Dua Orang setelah Video Rekam Penembakan di Pantai Gaza

JERUSALEM: Israeli troops shot dead two Palestinians and wounded a third on Gaza’s beach, the military acknowledged on Saturday, responding to a video that showed one man falling to the ground after walking in an open area and then a bulldozer pushing two bodies into the garbage-strewn sand.
The military said troops opened fire after the men allegedly ignored warning shots.
The video was broadcast earlier this week by the Al Jazeera television network. The origin of the footage remains unknown, as is the date of the incident.

Source: Israel acknowledges its troops killed two after video captures Gaza beach shooting

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485611/middle-east

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Seruan untuk Lebih Banyak Protes Yordania terhadap Perang Gaza dan Hubungan dengan Israel

Amman: Activists in Jordan called for further protests Sunday after days of demonstrations against the war in Gaza and Jordan’s peace treaty with Israel that have brought thousands onto the streets.
Jordan, where nearly half the population is of Palestinian origin, has seen regular rallies in Amman and elsewhere in solidarity with Gaza since Israel’s military onslaught in response to Hamas’s unprecedented October 7 attack.
Recent protests have seen rare clashes between demonstrators and security forces in the capital and in Jordan’s largest Palestinian refugee camp.

Source: Calls for more Jordan protests against Gaza war, Israel ties

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485801/middle-east

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WHO Sebut 9.000 Pasien Butuh Evakuasi Darurat dari Gaza

GENEVA: Some 9,000 patients in the Gaza Strip require evacuation for emergency care, with the war-torn Palestinian territory down to just 10 barely functioning hospitals, the head of the WHO said Saturday.
“With only 10 hospitals minimally functional across the whole of #Gaza, thousands of patients continue to be deprived of health care,” World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus wrote on X.
Before the war, Gaza had 36 hospitals, according to the WHO.

Source: WHO says 9,000 patients need emergency evacuation from Gaza

SUMBER: https://www.arabnews.com/node/2485386/middle-east