According to BBC News, there are reports that Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip have agreed to a temporary ceasefire.
Reason for ceasefire
This ceasefire is intended to minimize damage caused by the conflict between Israel and the Gaza Strip, which lasted for 11 days, and to continue humanitarian dialogue.
However, it is unclear whether this ceasefire will last.
Why Hamas provoked Israel
Hamas cited long-standing grievances with Israel's policies, particularly recent violence at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque, the treatment of Palestinians and Israeli settlement expansion, as reasons for the attack.
But the details, such as why the attack happened now, may not be as clear as they are in Middle East geopolitics.
Damage to Hamas and Israel
The scale of damage caused by the recent conflict between Israel and the Gaza Strip is very large.
At least 250 people were killed and 1,500 injured in Israel, according to CBC News.
According to Forbes, the cumulative death toll from the conflict has exceeded 3,500, including 1,300 in Israel and at least 2,215 in the Gaza Strip.
History of conflict between Palestine and Israel
The conflict between Israel and Palestine (Gaza Strip) has a long history.
Conflicts began in the late 19th century as Zionism and Arab nationalism clashed, and the conflicts further intensified with the creation of Israel and several wars.
Israel is a state established in 1948 in Palestine, the homeland of the Jewish people.
Since then, Israel has won several wars and continues to gradually expand Palestine.