Iran, Saudi Arabia Condemn Israeli Regime's Actions, Warn of "Destructive Insecurity"

In a significant development, Iran and Saudi Arabia have strongly criticized the Israeli regime's actions, with both nations expressing concerns over the United States' support for the atrocities committed. The remarks were made during a phone call between Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi and Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman on Wednesday.

Iran (IMNA) - Mohammad Jamshidi, the Iranian chief executive's deputy chief of staff for political affairs, shared the details of the conversation on X (formerly known as Twitter). The leaders highlighted the potential consequences of the Israeli regime's crimes, emphasizing that such actions could lead to "destructive insecurity" for the occupying regime and its supporters.

These statements come in the wake of the recent escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip, where resistance movements launched their most significant operation against Israel in years. The operation, named the al-Aqsa Storm Operation, was a response to the occupying regime's long-standing campaign of bloodshed and destruction against Palestinians.

During the operation, at least 1,000 Israeli forces and settlers were killed, while many others were taken hostage by the resistance groups. This intensified confrontation has once again brought international attention to the ongoing conflict and the urgent need for a peaceful resolution.

As tensions continue to escalate, Israel has launched a lengthy military campaign in response to the Palestinian operation, mobilizing an unprecedented 300,000 reservists. Tragically, this ongoing conflict has resulted in a significant loss of life and widespread destruction.

Reports indicate that the Israeli offensive has claimed the lives of at least 1,100 Palestinians, including 326 children, while leaving 5,339 others injured. Shockingly, the regime's military strategy has involved leveling entire districts and employing banned white phosphorous munitions in densely populated areas.

Adding to the dire situation, Israeli Minister for Military Affairs Yoav Gallant recently announced a "total blockade" aimed at preventing the delivery of essential supplies such as food and fuel to Gaza, which is home to approximately 2.3 million people.

Expressing deep concern over these developments, UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres stated on Monday that he was "deeply distressed" by Israel's announcement of a complete siege. He highlighted the already dire humanitarian situation in Gaza and warned that it would only worsen exponentially due to the ongoing hostilities.

The Palestinian envoy has described the Israeli war on Gaza as a genocidal threat, further emphasizing the gravity of the situation. The international community remains deeply concerned about the escalating violence and its devastating impact on the civilian population.

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