This is what the New York Times is referring to when it says Israel is using “some of the most aggressive tactics in the Middle East.”

The Times is one of the few publications to report that Israel is “using some of the “most aggressive tactics” in the region, including drone strikes and targeted assassinations.

The Times, which has been critical of Israel for decades, reported on Israeli attacks on Palestinian hospitals and clinics and its targeting of Gaza health facilities.

The paper reported: Israeli forces have killed hundreds of Palestinians since they began a three-month offensive in the Gaza Strip in September 2014 to wrest control of the coastal strip from Hamas, which the government considers a terrorist organization.

The military said at the time that the attack was retaliation for rockets fired at Israeli cities by Gaza militants.

Israel, the Times reported, has also used “a number of airstrikes and missile strikes in Gaza, targeting Hamas militants, as well as targets inside Gaza.”

The paper noted that in recent weeks Israel has begun targeting Gaza’s medical facilities, which are run by the Palestinian Authority.

Israel is also targeting facilities of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees in the Near East, or UNRWA, which operates in the occupied West Bank.

The U.N. agency is responsible for providing medical care to millions of Palestinians, as is the United States.

UNR WA has been accused of using the Palestinian population in Gaza for political purposes.

UNRAWA said last year that its facilities are not targeted and that the military did not target the agency’s facilities, according to the Associated Press.

UN officials did not respond to The New York Post’s request for comment.

In addition, Israeli strikes on hospitals in Gaza and on medical facilities in the West Bank and the Gaza strip have killed more than 4,500 Palestinians since Israel began its offensive in July 2014.

The attacks have been widely condemned by Palestinian health workers and human rights groups.

Israel has also fired missiles from civilian aircraft at Israeli-occupied areas, and has killed civilians in the past by using drones.

Israel also conducted an airstrike on the Gaza border in late May targeting an encampment in the town of Khan Younis.

Israel said the strike killed six Palestinians, but the Israeli military said it targeted the group in an “accidental” strike.

On Tuesday, Israeli troops launched a barrage of rockets into Israel from the Gaza-Egypt border, the third consecutive day of attacks on Gaza, killing three people and injuring eight.

The Israeli military also launched airstrikes in the eastern Gaza Strip on Tuesday, destroying two buildings.

The strikes, which were coordinated with Egypt, hit two buildings and a rocket launcher.

“It was a mistake. “

We have been hit several times, the air forces have targeted our positions,” one of them said.

“It was a mistake.

We are taking revenge.”

A video on social media showed soldiers firing a rocket into an empty building in Gaza.

It was not clear if Israel fired missiles at targets inside the area.

Israeli airstrikes on Gaza have caused severe civilian casualties.

According to a U.S.-based human rights group, over the past few months more than 50 civilians, including 15 children, have been killed by Israeli attacks.

The United Nations has called on Israel to stop targeting hospitals, ambulances, and other civilian infrastructure, as the United Nation and other international groups have called for.

On May 17, the United Kingdom’s UN Ambassador, Mark Lyall Grant, visited Gaza and met with the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and Sudan.

Grant told reporters that he and the Emirati delegation “had a constructive meeting with the UN and its experts and with Hamas leaders.

We also had a very productive discussion about how we can bring the Gaza conflict to a peaceful end, and I am confident we will find a way forward.”

The UN Security Council is scheduled to meet on Monday, May 22, to discuss the Israeli-Gaza conflict.

The UN has previously called on all parties to halt attacks and attacks on civilians, to stop all rocket fire from Gaza, and to allow UNR and other humanitarian workers to leave Gaza to help in the reconstruction of the Gaza economy.

The Arab League has also called on the parties to end attacks on civilian facilities.

However, the Israeli government has repeatedly refused to allow aid and relief workers to enter Gaza.

The government has also blocked UNR ambulances and medical supplies to Gaza.

“Israel is targeting hospitals and medical facilities.

It’s killing people and leaving hospitals and ambulances without medical equipment,” said Adnan al-Habib, director of the Palestine-based Al Jazeera Center for Media Studies, which monitors the Israeli blockade of Gaza.

Al-Habsi said that Israel “treats the hospitals and the ambulances as an enemy and it does not want anyone to leave the hospital or the ambulance. There