The recent attack by Hamas on Israel and the ongoing conflict in the occupied and blockaded Palestinian territories. It highlights the unsustainability of the situation and the dangers posed by non-state actors like Hamas.
Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israel, resulting in the death of around 700 people.
The attack highlights the unsustainability of the situation in the occupied and blockaded Palestinian territories.
Non-state actors like Hamas pose a significant threat to Israel, regardless of their military and intelligence capabilities.
Tensions have been escalating in the West Bank, with daily violence and a high number of casualties.
The Israeli government, led by Benjamin Netanyahu, largely ignored the violence and focused on other policy preferences.
The Israeli military described the situation in Gaza as "stable instability" before the Hamas attack.
The attack by Hamas was reminiscent of the 1973 Yom Kippur war and caused the bloodiest blow to Israel in recent history.
The recent attack by Hamas on Israeli civilians is condemned as it is indiscriminate violence and will not help the Palestinian cause.
The Palestinian territories are under the longest occupation in modern history, leading to a volatile situation.
Israel has continued to build settlements in the West Bank and impose restrictions on Palestinian movements, leading to radicalization and strengthening of Hamas.
Previous attacks by Israel have not weakened Hamas.
Geopolitical realignments in the region have ignored the occupation of Palestine.
To achieve lasting peace and stability, the focus should be on finding a solution to the question of Palestine rather than military interventions.