The international press continues to highlight developments in the Israeli war on Gaza strip Its internal and regional effects, as it dealt with European reactions to an Israeli proposal to shelter the Palestinians on an artificial island, and the escalation of protests by the families of the occupation prisoners in the Gaza Strip.
The Guardian newspaper quoted a diplomatic source as saying that foreign ministers European Union They were dismayed and disappointed because the Israeli Foreign Minister, Yisrael Katz, came to Brussels with a proposal to shelter the Palestinians on an artificial island off Gaza.
The newspaper continued that the European ministers completely ignored the proposal, and went ahead with the ongoing discussions, and no one dealt with it, noting that Katz had first revealed a plan to create an island off Gaza in 2017 when he was Minister of Transport.
For its part, the Financial Times newspaper reported on the escalation of protests by families of Israeli detainees against the occupation Prime Minister’s refusal to… Benjamin Netanyahu The truce in Gaza, and said that they set up their tents outside Netanyahu's house in Jerusalem, in protest against his rejection of Hamas's recent conditions for the release of the hostages.
The newspaper said that the demonstration in front of Netanyahu's residence is further evidence of the growing frustration among the families of the hostages who have been held in Gaza for 108 days.
While the Israeli newspaper Haaretz called in its editorial to open an urgent independent investigation into the killing of 3 Israeli hostages with poison gas, which the Israeli army threw into a tunnel in the Gaza Strip.
The newspaper asked, “Did the Israeli army use poison gas in Gaza to kill people in the tunnels? And if it used such a tactic, is this legal under the laws of war to which Israel is bound? And if it was used, who gave approval for its use?”
In another context, Al-Monitor discussed some of the Israeli violations against the Palestinians in West Bankas the Israeli army intensifies its surveillance of Palestinians via WhatsApp, and artificial intelligence in general.
The website commented that there is no longer any sense of privacy at Israeli checkpoints in the West Bank, as civilians face increasing interference in their digital lives and social media applications, especially since the seventh of last October.
As for the Wall Street Journal, it quoted a report from the “Integrated Food Security Classification” program supported by the United Nations that of the approximately 600,000 people facing famine around the world, 95% of them now live in the Gaza Strip.