Singapore – Republic of rocket attack on israel Separate attacks in Tel Aviv and the Jordan Valley caused civilian casualties.
“We remain deeply concerned about the escalation of violence in Israeli and Palestinian territories,” the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) said on Monday.
“I would like to express my sincere condolences to the families of the victims and wish the injured a speedy recovery.”
The MFA noted that there are currently no reports of Singaporeans affected by the attack, adding that Singaporeans in Israel should remain vigilant and monitor the news closely.
The ministry said: Singaporeans traveling to Israel are strongly encouraged to e-enroll for her MFA at his URL below. eregister.mfa.gov.sg/.”
Dozens of rockets were fired from Lebanon into Israel on April 6. The Israeli military has accused Palestinian militants of the attack. A few hours later Israel replied: Attack Palestinian military targets in southern Lebanon and Gaza.
comes the exchange of fire Amid mounting tensions over attack on Al-Aqsa mosque Israeli forces in Jerusalem – one of Islam’s holiest sites – fired stun grenades, attacking Palestinian worshipers who had gathered for Ramadan prayers and expelling them from the holy site.
April 7th, Two British-Israeli sisters aged 16 and 20 were murdered, Their mother was badly injured in a shooting in the occupied West Bank. Israeli authorities described it as a “terrorist attack”.
Later that night, a group of tourists were hit by a car in Tel Aviv. One Italian man was killed and seven others were injured.
The MFA said Singapore urges all parties to exercise maximum restraint and de-escalate tensions to prevent further loss of life.
“All parties must respect the sanctity of religious sites such as the Al-Aqsa Mosque so that people can worship safely and peacefully, especially during the holy month of Ramadan.”
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