"Raeisi Condemns Silence of Certain Countries Regarding Israel's Actions in Gaza"

Iranian President Ebrahim Raeisi strongly criticized Israel's actions in Gaza, stating that they violate international laws and humanitarian principles.

Iran (IMNA) - He expressed his disappointment with the silence of certain countries and international organizations in response to Israel's crimes against the Palestinian people. Raeisi emphasized the need for accountability and warned that failing to take immediate action to stop Israel's attacks and provide essential resources would have negative consequences. He called on all nations to fulfill their responsibilities in addressing the ongoing situation in Gaza, where innocent civilians are being targeted by the Israeli occupying regime.

On October 7th, Hamas, the Palestinian resistance movement, initiated Operation Al-Aqsa Storm in Israeli-occupied territories. This operation consisted of extensive air, land, and sea strikes.

Hamas stated that the operation was a response to the continuous violation of the al-Aqsa Mosque in occupied al-Quds and the escalated mistreatment of Palestinians in the occupied West Bank by Israeli forces.

In retaliation, Israel launched intense airstrikes targeting civilian areas in the Gaza Strip. Unfortunately, these airstrikes resulted in the loss of life for at least 2,670 Palestinians in Gaza, with approximately 10,000 others sustaining injuries, as reported by the territory's health ministry.

Furthermore, Israel has strengthened its blockade on Gaza, depriving its population of over 2.3 million Palestinians of essential resources such as water, electricity, fuel, and internet access.

According to reports, Israel has also demolished approximately 135,000 residential homes and units in Gaza since the commencement of its brutal attacks.

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