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Israel rejects UN proposal for de-escalation
The UN special co-ordinator for the Middle East peace process, Wennesland, presented to Israel and Hamas a proposal for an "immediate" ceasefire, but Tel Aviv rejected it.
Israel has rejected a UN proposal for an "immediate" ceasefire, an informed Palestinian source revealed early this morning, Anadolu Agency reports .
The source, who preferred to remain anonymous, told AA that UN special co-ordinator for the Middle East peace process Tor Wennesland presented to Israel and Hamas a proposal for an "immediate" ceasefire, but Tel Aviv rejected it. him.
Regarding Hamas' position on the proposal, the source said the move did not respond to the proposal, due to Israel's rejection.
According to this source, Wennesland urged both sides to cease fire immediately, otherwise the issues will go "towards a comprehensive war".
Israeli violence in the city of Quds triggered the outbreak of the latest offensive in the Gaza Strip which began on Monday evening.
The number of Palestinians martyred by Israeli attacks has risen to 35, the Palestinian Ministry of Health said. At least 220 others were injured.
Five Israelis were also killed and 45 others wounded in Hamas rocket attacks.
Tensions have been high since last week after an Israeli court ordered the eviction of Palestinian families from the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem.