Tehran (IP) - The Israeli regime issued a travel warning for its settlers as anti-Israeli protests are going high in different parts of the world.

Iran PressWest Asia: The Israeli media reported on Monday that the Israeli Public Security Council has warned the settlers against going to more than 80 countries in the world.

England, France, Germany, Russia, Australia, and Brazil are among the countries for which the Israeli regime's cabinet issues a travel alert of the second level.

Several countries in Africa, including South Africa and Eritrea, and in central Asia, including Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, and Turkmenistan, were raised to Level 3, which recommends postponing nonessential travel, Times of Israel reported.

Anti-Israel protests are getting intensified in different parts of the world every day. Yesterday, hundreds of Indonesian citizens held a demonstration in support of the Palestinian people.

The Israeli army is continuing its attack on the Gaza Strip; since the beginning of the attacks on October 7, over 15,500 Palestinians, including thousands of women and children.

With the mediation of Qatar, the Israeli regime and Hamas agreed to a 4-day ceasefire on November 24, last Friday, after about 50 days of war; The ceasefire sought to relieve the humanitarian situation in Gaza. 

After the ceasefire expired in Gaza on Friday, the Israeli regime resumed its attacks on the strip which led to the martyrdom of 109 Gazans and the injury of hundreds of others. 

The resumption of the Israeli attacks began minutes before the US Secretary of State Antony Blinken left the Israeli-occupied territories of Palestine.   


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