November 6, 07:35 Beijing time:
Israeli city of Shemona hit by rocket attack, no casualties
According to the Times of Israel, the Israeli city government of Shemona stated that on the evening of the 5th local time, the city was attacked twice with a total of 13 rockets, neither of which caused any casualties.
According to reports, the two attacks occurred at 19:12 and 21:25 on the 5th respectively. Among them, 7 rockets landed in urban areas, severely damaging some buildings, 5 rockets landed in open areas, and 1 was intercepted.
November 6, 07:06 Beijing time:
More than 20 Israeli soldiers killed in attacks by Palestinian militants in Gaza Strip
According to a report by the Palestinian Al-Quds newspaper in the early morning of the 6th local time, more than 20 Israeli soldiers were ambushed and killed by Palestinian armed men in the Gaza Strip.
The report quoted American media sources who accompanied the Israeli army into the Gaza front line as saying that the conflict occurred when the Israeli army marched from the eastern Gaza Strip to the Mediterranean coast to separate the northern and southern Gaza Strip.
At present, Israel has no response to relevant claims.
06:40 on November 6, Beijing time:
U.S. Central Command says an Ohio-class submarine has arrived in the Middle East
On November 5, local time, the U.S. Central Command announced on social media platforms that an “Ohio” class submarine had arrived in the Middle East.
Sources said this information has been confirmed by the US Department of Defense and that the submarine has power and nuclear missile capabilities and is now stationed near Iran.
It is reported that “Ohio” class submarines are usually equipped with ballistic missile fleets and are a core component of the U.S. Navy’s capabilities, playing a deterrent role in international waters.
November 6, 05:02 Beijing time:
Palestinian health minister calls on international community to help open Rafah crossing
Palestinian Health Minister Mai Kayla said on the evening of November 5, local time, that a field hospital needs to be established to deal with the large number of wounded in the Gaza Strip. She also called on the international community and humanitarian agencies to help open the Rafah crossing to provide medical supplies and fuel to medical facilities in the Gaza Strip.
Beijing time at 03:34 on November 6:
Rocket air defense sirens sound in northern and central Israel
The Israel Defense Forces said on the evening of November 5, local time, that rocket air defense sirens sounded in northern and central Israel that night.
Beijing time at 02:39 on November 6:
Israeli army spokesman: Israeli forces have completely surrounded Gaza City
According to Israeli media reports, an IDF spokesman said on November 5, local time, that the Israeli army had completely surrounded Gaza City and divided the Gaza Strip into two.
The Times of Israel quoted an IDF spokesman as saying that Israeli troops had reached the coast of the Gaza Strip and had taken control of the area. As of that day, the Gaza Strip was divided into northern and southern parts. At the same time, the Israeli army will still allow civilians to evacuate from the northern to the southern Gaza Strip.
The Israeli army issued a statement on the 5th saying that since the Israeli army launched its ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, it has attacked more than 2,500 targets belonging to Palestinian armed organizations.
In addition, the exchange of fire between the Israeli army and the Lebanese Hezbollah continued in northern Israel on the 5th. When inspecting combat troops in northern Israel that day, Israeli Chief of General Staff Halevi said that the Israeli army is ready to launch an offensive in the north at any time.
November 6, 01:52 Beijing time:
Spokesperson of the Palestinian Presidential Palace: Palestinians from Gaza Strip will not be allowed to be forcibly relocated
On the evening of November 5, local time, a spokesperson for the Palestinian Presidential Palace stated in an interview with Sky News’ Arabic channel that Palestinian President Abbas had previously called on US Secretary of State Blinken to urge Israel to immediately stop its attacks on the Gaza Strip. The Gaza Strip is part of the Palestinian territory, and Palestine will not allow Palestinians living in the Gaza Strip to be forcibly relocated.
The spokesman also warned that the situation in the region was on the verge of a “big explosion”.
November 6, 01:22 Beijing time:
Rocket air defense sirens sound in northern Israeli towns
Israeli TV Channel 12 reported on the evening of November 5, local time, that rocket air defense sirens sounded in the northern Israeli towns of Shemona, Metura and surrounding areas that night. There is currently no news of casualties.
November 6, 01:09 Beijing time:
A civilian vehicle in southern Lebanon was attacked by an Israeli drone, killing 4 people
According to a report by the Lebanese National News Agency on November 5, local time, an Israeli drone attacked a civilian car in the Bint Jubail area of southern Lebanon that day, killing four people, three of whom were children.
It is reported that one of the injured people was Samir Abdel-Hussein Ayoub, a Lebanese journalist working for the Russian media, and the four people who died were his relatives.
The Lebanese Hezbollah-affiliated military organization issued a statement saying that in retaliation for Israel’s attacks on Lebanese civilians, the organization subsequently fired multiple “Katyusha” rockets at Shemona in northern Israel that night.
November 6, 01:03 Beijing time:
Israeli forces launch hundreds of air strikes on Gaza Strip within an hour
The Palestinian Al-Quds newspaper reported on the evening of November 5, local time, that in less than an hour, the Israeli army launched hundreds of air strikes on the Gaza Strip. Currently, there are no specific reports of casualties.
Israel has yet to respond.
00:40 on November 6, Beijing time:
Internet and communications services disrupted in Gaza Strip
The Palestinian Al-Quds newspaper reported on the evening of November 5, local time, that Internet and communication services in the Gaza Strip were interrupted again.
November 6, 00:21 Beijing time:
World Food Program: Gaza Strip shops only have enough basic food stocks for another five days
Al Jazeera cited information from the World Food Program on November 5, local time, as saying that the current stocks of basic food in shops in the Gaza Strip can only last about five more days. Retailers in the Gaza Strip face huge difficulties replenishing supplies from wholesalers due to security concerns and a lack of fuel.
Cindy McCain, executive director of the World Food Program, said on the same day that the situation of people in the Gaza Strip is “catastrophic.” There is a need for safe and sustained delivery of food and other humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip. McCain said she was in contact with Egypt to discuss shipping goods to the Gaza Strip through the Rafah crossing. The World Food Program wants to deliver food to the Gaza Strip faster, but the agency needs a transit permit.
November 5, 23:01 Beijing time:
Israeli Prime Minister: Will not agree to ceasefire unless Hamas releases detained Israeli personnel
According to a report by The Times of Israel on November 5, local time, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu reiterated during a visit to an Israeli air base that unless the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) releases the Israeli personnel it has detained, Israel will not Agree to ceasefire in Gaza Strip.
November 5, 23:01 Beijing time:
Pakistan claims that the Israeli army used white phosphorus bombs and caused fires. The Israeli army has not yet responded
The Palestinian Interior Ministry in the Gaza Strip issued a statement on November 5, local time, saying that in the past 48 hours, the Israeli army used a large number of internationally banned white phosphorus bombs. On the evening of the 4th, the phosphorus content in the beach camp reached a record high, resulting in the formation of a “toxic gas cloud.” ” and started a fire.
At present, the Israeli army has not responded to this.
November 5, 22:33 Beijing time:
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei Meets with Hamas Leader Haniyeh
According to a report by Iran’s official Yitong News Agency on November 5, local time, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei met with the visiting Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) Politburo leader Ismail Haniyeh.
During the meeting, Haniyeh briefed Khamenei on the latest developments in the Gaza Strip and Israel’s actions in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank.
Khamenei expressed his appreciation for the perseverance and patience of the people of the Gaza Strip and strongly condemned the crimes committed by Israel in the Gaza Strip. Khamenei stressed that regional countries and international organizations need to take serious actions to provide comprehensive and pragmatic support to the people of the Gaza Strip.
November 5, 22:06 Beijing time:
Rocket air defense sirens sounded in and around the southern Israeli city of Sderot
According to news from the Israel Defense Forces on the afternoon of November 5, local time, rocket air defense sirens sounded one after another in the southern Israeli cities of Sderot, Beersheba, Sufa, and Nir Yitzhak.
According to Al-Quds, the Qassam Brigades, an armed wing of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas), claimed responsibility for the above-mentioned attacks.
There is currently no information on casualties.
November 5, 21:13 Beijing time:
The Israel Defense Forces said rocket-propelled air defense sirens sounded in Kerem Shalom and other places
According to news from the Israel Defense Forces on the afternoon of November 5, local time, air defense sirens were sounded in Kerem Shalom and other areas one after another. There is currently no information on casualties.
Kerem Shalom is located at the junction of the Gaza Strip, Israel, and Egypt.
November 5, 21:06 Beijing time:
Palestinian President: Must cease fire immediately and allow humanitarian aid to enter Gaza Strip
On November 5, local time, US Secretary of State Blinken met with Palestinian President Abbas in the West Bank city of Ramallah.
According to Al Jazeera, Abbas stressed during the meeting that an immediate ceasefire was necessary and humanitarian aid should be allowed to enter the Gaza Strip.
According to the “Times of Israel” report, Abbas said that only by finding a “comprehensive political solution” to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict will the Palestinian National Authority assume responsibility in the Gaza Strip. The solution must include the West Bank, East Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
Abbas stressed that security and peace can only be achieved by ending Israel’s military rule over the Palestinian territories and recognizing East Jerusalem as its capital.
The U.S. State Department issued a statement saying that during the meeting, the two sides discussed efforts to restore calm and stability in the West Bank, including ending extremist violence against Palestinians and holding those responsible accountable.
Blinken said during the meeting that the Palestinian Authority should play a central role in the next steps in Gaza. He reiterated that the United States will continue to be committed to promoting equal dignity and security for Palestinians and Israelis, and is committed to working to realize the legitimate aspirations of the Palestinians to establish a Palestinian state.