Israel’s military said the explosions were a response to the launching of incendiary balloons that caused fires in fields in southern Israel.
Here we have the classic no trust on both sides, similar to what we had in Northern Ireland, which is still not fully sorted, but peace has been kept to a major degree.
Israel are still allowing israeli settlemen ts on what the Palestians believe to be their land, so there needs to be some show of faith from Israel, otherwise nothing will ever be sorted. One side has to show contrition to show they can be trusted.
If there was one on whom I would expect this to be so, would be the Jewish faith for over the years they have and are still being subjected to acts against them, but they need to take the lead and to not be so distracted by act against them. To bomb Gaza as they are doing is way above the acts from Hamas. Surely a toned down response could be put in place.
It is easy for me to say, for I am not involved in either side, but in some instances eyes of others can be an advantage. This is so because the acts so far are not easing the situation just maintaining it and could well be making it much worse.
Source: Huge explosions rock Gaza as Israeli warplanes launch first airstrikes since ceasefire | Daily Mail Online
Homeownership is supposed to be the gateway to the American Dream. Black Americans have been denied access.
Source: The American dream while Black: Locked in a vicious cycle : NBC News
The government has vowed to “protect renters”, but landlords have continued to dish out Section 21 notices.
Source: Private Renters Handed Eviction Notices During Lockdown Despite Ban | HuffPost UK
A court rules that refusing to rent to a person because they are on housing benefit is unlawful.
Source: ‘No DSS’ letting bans ‘ruled unlawful’ by court – BBC News
Chancellor Rishi Sunak insisted he wanted to see a ‘green recovery with concern for the environment at its heart’ as he confirmed the plans in the Commons.
Source: Mini Budget 2020: £3bn drive for ‘green’ buildings and 140k jobs | Daily Mail Online
A Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) minister appears to have lied about one of the most controversial benefit cuts of recent years. Either that or he’s got his facts completely wrong. Because while he claimed the cut made “no savings”, that’s not what the government said when it rolled it out. And now, following the original publication of this article, the DWP has amended the minister’s comments to say that information about the savings is “not available”.
The DWP: remember this cut?
Source: The DWP either just lied or is clueless about a cut to disability benefits | The Canary
Rachel Gilbert, Director of Care Quality and Governance, explains how Care UK excels in nursing care in an increasingly challenging marketplace.
Source: Director Rachel Gilbert explains Care UK’s successful nursing formula : Care Home Professional