Gaza Bloody Conflict: International Diplomat in talks, Clinton to visit Middle East

Gaza conflict over Israel’s IDF operation against Hamas rockets reached its seventh day, killing 111 Palestinian including half of them civilians which would be increased more as of Israel’s plan to to launch a ground offensive in Gaza within 24 hours.

Rockets War over Gaza Strip between Israel and Hamas has under much deadly act that is not ready for a call to end instead of making death tolls as more as of launching more than 100 targets overnight over the coastal strip, including the Gaza headquarters of the National Islamic Bank Gaza.

In an effort to broker a possible ceasefire to defuse the war in Gaza, US President Barack Obama sent Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton to the Middle East on Tuesday in a move of International diplomacy.

Ahead of Clinton will visit in evening for talks in Jerusalem and Ramallah and Cairo, where she will meet the Israeli prime minister, Binyamin Netanyahu, Israelis and Palestinians weighed an Egyptian proposal for a truce, source said.

However reports are also that UN chief Ban Ki-moon, a delegation from the Arab League and German Foreign Minister Guido

Westerwelle will also meet with Netanyahu, following his meeting with Arab League chief Nabil al-Arabi and Egyptian officials in Cairo on Tuesday in effort for talks over ceasefire.

Claiming on Israel for kuch off war, Khaled Meshal, the Hamas leader, told reporters that Israel had begun military operations last week by assassinating the movement’s military chief, Ahmed al-Jaabari, so they must be the first to halt them. At least more than 400 air strikes in Gaza via Hamas had been struck out targeting underground rocket launchers, tunnels, and houses used by militants leaders, having to launch missiles at Tel Aviv.

Moreover, a much critical situation may have for Egypt’s Islamist President Mohamed Morsi who are in talks with international diplomats to stop bloody explosive crisis is likely to force to take anti-Israeli action, offering the Muslim Brotherhood to act on their frequent and often intense as Israeli offense.

One side, the Israeli military who aimed to damage Hamas’ and the Islamic Jihad’s rocket launching capabilities, Mr Netanyahu was ready for discuss truce proposals by Egypt overnight. The International Diplomat’s efforts for talks would hopes to show a good sign while no one group ready to go on ground, neither Israel nor Hamas.