A Comprehensive List of Key Events during the Israel-Hamas War on Day 35

Here is the situation on Friday, November 10, 2023:

The Latest Developments

  • Israel has agreed to four-hour daily pauses in its war on Gaza, according to the White House.
  • On Thursday, 695 foreign passport holders and dependents were able to leave Gaza for Egypt through the Rafah crossing, as reported by the Red Cross.
  • Thousands of Palestinians are continuing to escape to the south of Gaza through a corridor announced by the Israeli military. On November 9, more than 50,000 people left areas in the north, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).
  • Top diplomats and defense chiefs of India and the United States discussed the Israel-Hamas war at a meeting in New Delhi, according to the Associated Press news agency.

Human Impact and Fighting

  • According to the UN, at least 243 Palestinians and two Israeli soldiers were killed in Gaza between Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. Since Israel’s military campaign began on October 7, a total of 10,812 Palestinians, including 4,412 children, have been killed in Gaza.
  • Gaza’s hospitals have been under fire during the past day. On Thursday, Israeli raids hit Gaza’s largest hospital, al-Shifa, killing six and injuring four according to the hospital’s director. Other hospitals, such as the Indonesian Hospital and Al-Awda Hospital, have also been struck. The United Nations reported that if Israel continues its war for another month, an additional half a million people in Gaza could be pushed into poverty.
  • Israel’s military launched strikes on Syria early on Friday in response to a drone that hit a school building in Eilat.
  • Yemen’s Houthi group targeted Israel with drones and missiles on Thursday, including sites in Eilat. The attacks also disrupted internet service in Yemen.


  • More than 500 former campaign staffers who helped Joe Biden secure his election as United States president are pushing for him to call for a ceasefire.
  • In the United Kingdom, pressure is mounting on Rishi Sunak to sack British Home Secretary Suella Braverman for her comments against pro-Palestine demonstrations.
  • Three Palestinian rights groups have filed a lawsuit with the International Criminal Court (ICC) to investigate Israel’s “apartheid”.
  • Iran’s foreign minister said on Friday that the expansion of the Israel-Gaza war has now become “inevitable”.
  • Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim is traveling to Egypt to discuss the crisis in Gaza and the release of captives held by Hamas.
  • Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan discussed the possibility of allowing 500 humanitarian aid trucks into Gaza daily with US Secretary of State Antony Blinken during his visit to Ankara. Turkey is also ready to take Palestinian patients into its hospitals.

Arrests and Attacks in the Occupied West Bank

  • According to Palestinian news agency Wafa, at least 19 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank over the past 24 hours. Since October 7, at least 183 Palestinians have been killed in the West Bank.
  • Israeli arrests and raids were underway early on Friday, involving fighting between Israeli forces and Palestinian fighters.

Author Quote: The Game Theme Lovers

“The conflict between Israel and Gaza continues to escalate, with devastating consequences for both sides. It is crucial for the international community to come together and find a peaceful resolution to this crisis.”

Author Conclusion: The Game Theme Lovers

As the conflict between Israel and Gaza enters its 35th day, the situation remains dire. The latest developments show a glimmer of hope with daily pauses in the war and efforts for diplomatic intervention. However, the human impact and fighting continue to take a toll on both Palestinians and Israelis. It is imperative for world leaders to prioritize peace and work towards a lasting solution.

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