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Israel Declares State Of Emergency, Deploys Jets, Tankers And Foot Soldiers To Border As Country Heads Into ‘Full Scale War’ | PHOTOS

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Israel is on the brink of “full scale war,” the UN has warned, after escalating violence in the region claimed at least 35 lives.


Israel has deployed 80 fighter jets, tankers and foot soldiers to its Gaza border after Hamas fired around 130 rockets at targets in Israel on Tuesday May 11, following the destruction of a tower block in Gaza in an Israeli air strike.

Israel declares State of Emergency, deploys jets, tankers and foot soldiers to border as country heads into


Israel has also declared a state of Emergency in the city of Lod as three synagogues, numerous shops and dozens of cars were set alight as Israelis and Palestinians clashed following bomb attacks from Hamas.

Israel declares State of Emergency, deploys jets, tankers and foot soldiers to border as country heads into


Throughout Tuesday May 11, continuous bombing by Israeli jets occurred in different parts of Gaza. Gaza’s police headquarters was also destroyed by air strikes from Israel, in what appeared to be some of the most intense fight between Israel and Hamas since their 2014 war.

Israel declares State of Emergency, deploys jets, tankers and foot soldiers to border as country heads into


As at Wednesday morning, the death toll in Gaza rose to 35 Palestinians, including 10 children, according to the Health Ministry, which said more than 200 people were wounded.

Israel declares State of Emergency, deploys jets, tankers and foot soldiers to border as country heads into
Israel declares State of Emergency, deploys jets, tankers and foot soldiers to border as country heads into


The United Nations Middle East peace envoy also took to Twitter on Tuesday night to warn that the conflict between Israel and Hamas is escalating to the risk of an all out war.


Tor Wennesland, United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, posted: “Stop the fire immediately. We’re escalating towards a full scale war.

“Leaders on all sides have to take the responsibility of deescalation. The cost of war in Gaza is devastating & is being paid by ordinary people. UN is working w/ all sides to restore calm. Stop the violence now”

Israel declares State of Emergency, deploys jets, tankers and foot soldiers to border as country heads into

And Monday Hamas fired bombs into Israel, leading Israel to unleash airstrikes on Gaza Tuesday morning, smashing the tower block of a Hamas field commander and two border tunnels.

On Israel’s side, five citizens including three women and a child, were killed by rocket fire on Tuesday and early on Wednesday, while dozens of others were injured.


In a nationally televised speech late on Tuesday, Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu warned that Hamas and Islamic Jihad “have paid, and will pay, a heavy price”, adding: “This campaign will take time, with determination, unity and strength.”


As the unrest spreads, hundreds of residents of Arab communities across Israel staged demonstrations denouncing the recent actions of Israeli security forces against Palestinians in one of the largest protests by Palestinian citizens in Israel in recent years.


Egyptian officials said they were trying to negotiate a ceasefire while the UK government has said the violence between Israel and Hamas is “very concerning.”

Iyad al-Bozum, a spokesman for the Hamas-run Interior Ministry, said the police compound with several buildings was blown up by rockets unleashed by Israel as dawn broke on Wednesday.


In the West Bank, meanwhile, a 26-year-old Palestinian was killed during clashes with Israeli troops that entered al-Fawar refugee camp in southern Hebron, Palestine’s health ministry said.


The UN Security Council planned to hold its second closed emergency meeting in three days on Wednesday on the escalating violence, an indication of growing international concern.


Back in the summer of 2014, Israel and Hamas engaged in a 50 day war that reportedly killed over 2000 Palestinians and rendered hundreds of thousands homeless.

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Date Rush: Shemima And Ali Spotted Shopping For Baby Items, Wedding Gown

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Date Rush couple, Shemima and Ali, have sparked speculations they are expecting a child together after the two were spotted in a mother care shopping for baby items.

Pictures sighted by KUBILIVE also showed Shemima trying on some wedding gowns in a bridal store – giving a hint of an impending wedding.

Ali could be seen standing by and admiring his well-endowed woman as he gave his opinion on the gowns Shemima was trying on.

What actually caught people’s attention was the fact that Shemima and Ali were seen buying items for a baby who was not on the shopping spree with them.

The two appeared to have bought a baby bath set, some diapers after window shopping for baby clothes.

Are they expecting a baby and therefore planning to have wedding?

Well, we can not immediately confirm

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Shatta Wale Busted For Posting Fake PHOTOS Of Money Stolen From Google

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Shatta Wale, dancehall artiste has been caught in another embarrassing situation days after he was called out by trolls on social media for wearing a fake outfit.

Earlier this week, the self-acclaimed richest artiste in Ghana was busted for wearing a knock off of popular jeans brand DSQAURED2 that he claimed to have bought for $815.00.

While Ghanaians on social media are still getting over the awkward moment, Shatta Wale has landed himself in yet another controversy online.

In the early hours of Thursday, Shatta Wale flaunted a briefcase filled with bundles of dollar notes on his Facebook page, in an attempt to throw shade at his critics.

A few moments later, he was exposed by social media users who combed the internet to find the real source of the photo.

Unfortunately for Shatta Wale, similar photos were found online proving that he stole the pictures and did not own the money he tried to proclaim.

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Woman Dies Six Weeks After Her Wedding

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Lois Enanushe Amos, the daughter of former supervisory Councilor for Agriculture of Karu Local Government Council, Nasarawa State, ASP Amos Akaito (Rtd) has died six weeks after her wedding.

Lois got married to Allanana Israel Alu on Saturday, May 8, 2021 in Keffi, Nasarawa State and died on Wednesday, June 23 after a brief illness.

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Meanwhile, family and friends have taken to social media to mourn her.

“Flash back 13years ago,I could still recall us walking home from school with Blessing. Back to 2020,when we had a little conversation about career and you convocating…May 2021, wished you a happy married life…June 2021, celebrated your birthday…Coming to see RIP on your pictures today sent a shock wave, Lois Amos . You’ve always been radiant and full of life. Rest in Peace” – Tosin Isaac wrote.

Precious Ajegena wrote: “Hmmmmmmmm….. LOIS AMOS, d news of ur death came in as a shock 2 me I was sad and angry at d same tym. Angry 4 d fact dat d cold arms of death Neva allowed u enjoy ur marital home d cold arms of death Neva allowed u saw how great ur home will be, I was angry bcoz ur home was just a month older and I was like “WHAT IS THIS” ?. LOIS AMOS, U wer full of life and no moment was ever dull and boring with u around … I remember wishing u a CONGRATULATIONS ON UR WEDDING and telling u ur HOME SHALL BE AMONGST THE BEST. WHY DEATH!! WHY???. REST IN PEACE DEAR. MAY GOD GIVE YOUR FAMILY AND MOST ESPECIALLY YOUR HUSBAND THE FORTITUDE TO BEAR THIS GREAT LOSE. G’DNYT”.

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

Nigerian woman dies six weeks after her wedding

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