30-Day Timeline of Israel’s Conflict with Gaza

As the conflict between Israel and Hamas enters its 30th day, these are the main developments.

Here is the latest situation on Sunday, November 5, 2023:

Latest developments

  • Over 50 people were killed in Israeli bombings in central and northern Gaza.
  • Hamas’s military wing, Qassam Brigades, reported the killing of five Israeli soldiers during intense fighting in northern Gaza.
  • The Israeli army has provided a time window for civilians in Gaza to flee to the south of the region.
  • Qassam Brigades claimed that over 60 hostages are missing and that 23 bodies of Israeli hostages were trapped under rubble.
  • Protests in support of Palestinians took place worldwide, including in Washington, London, Paris, Berlin, and Israel.

Human impact and fighting

  • According to the Ministry of Health in Gaza, at least 9,488 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli air strikes since the October 7 Hamas attack.
  • Israeli forces killed three Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, bringing the death toll to 151 since October 7.
  • Rights group Al-Haq documented the revocation of permits and inhumane treatment of Palestinian workers from Gaza who were inside Israel.


  • US Secretary of State Antony Blinken rejected calls for a Gaza ceasefire, instead supporting a “humanitarian pause” for supplies and civilian movement.
  • The Palestinian foreign ministry welcomed Turkey’s recalling of its ambassador to Israel as support for the rights and safety of Palestinians.
  • Israel criticized Turkey, accusing President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of siding with Hamas.
  • Iran’s Foreign Minister held a phone call with his Iraqi counterpart to discuss the situation in Gaza.

Author’s Quote

“The ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas continues to escalate, with devastating consequences for both sides. It is crucial for the international community to prioritize a peaceful resolution and ensure the safety and well-being of all affected individuals.” – [Author’s Name]

Author’s Conclusion

The conflict between Israel and Hamas has reached a critical point, with increasing casualties and widespread destruction. The international community must take immediate action to de-escalate the situation and work towards a lasting peace. It is essential to prioritize the protection of innocent lives and provide necessary humanitarian aid to those affected by the conflict.” – [Author’s Name]

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