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The Holiday news: Iran expelled inspectors; The IDF attacked in the Gaza Strip

Holiday news: The International Atomic Energy Agency announced that Iran has decided to ban the activities of a third of the nuclear inspectors; The IDF attacked a Hamas military position; UNESCO announced a "Palestinian heritage site"

President of Iran, Ebrahim Raisi (Photo: Lev Radin, Shutterstock.)

Iran removes IAEA nuclear inspectors

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) issued a statement on Saturday that Iran has decided to ban the activities of a third of the agency's nuclear inspectors. The head of the IAEA, Rafael Grossi, warned that the move would harm the IAEA's ability to monitor Iran's nuclear program, saying This is a "blow" to the relations between his organization and Tehran.

The Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, said in response: "Israel is not surprised by Iran's actions, which prove that it violates all its commitments to the international community and intends to arm itself with nuclear weapons. The Prime Minister repeats that Israel will do whatever is necessary to protect itself from this threat."

The IDF attacked a Hamas position on the eve of the holiday

IDF forces attacked a Hamas military position in the northern Gaza Strip using aircraft. According to an IDF spokesman, the attack was carried out against the background of the violent violations of order that occurred near the border fence. The IDF spokesman also stated that during the disturbances, explosives were activated and grenades were thrown at the forces, who were not harmed.

Anti-Israel resolution at the UN: A "Palestinian heritage site" will be recognized

The UNESCO Heritage Committee announced that one of the new world heritage sites to be added to the list is Tel al-Sultan in Jericho. The UNESCO member states determined that a place would be recognized as a "Palestinian World Heritage Site". The decision was made in a vote held in the Saudi capital, Riyadh. The UN clarified that near this site there are Jewish heritage sites that will not be on the list but there is value in preserving them.

A statue of Ben Gurion was set on fire on a beach in Tel Aviv

A statue of the first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, which is located between Frishman Beach and Bogarshav Beach in Tel Aviv, was set on fire during the holiday. A homeless man was arrested on suspicion of arson. The mayor of Tel Aviv, Ron Huldai, said, "We will renew the statue as soon as possible so that it stands again as quickly as possible."

Clashes between Jews and Palestinians in Hebron

A confrontation broke out between Jews and Palestinians near the Tel Rumeida neighborhood in Hebron. During the confrontation, the IDF force was forced to fire into the air.

Tragedy in Italy: a military plane crashed - a 5-year-old girl was killed

An Italian army plane crashed seconds after take off and hit a car with a family inside. The family's little daughter, 5 years old, was killed on the spot. The rest of the family, her 9-year-old brother and her parents, were injured. A pilot managed to eject from the plane and survived the accident that occurred during a flight commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Italian Air Force.

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