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Venezuela’s Minister urges condemnation of Israel’s aggressions

Venezuela’s Minister urges condemnation of Israel’s aggressions

Caracas, May 13 (Prensa Latina) Venezuela's Foreign Minister Jorge Arreaza once again urged the international community to condemn Israel's aggressions against the Palestinian people.
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‘The international community cannot accept those acts of war. The UN has to react immediately. It is not a matter of being for or against a cause, religion or ideology. It is a matter of humanity. It is totally unacceptable,’ the foreign minister tweeted.

Along with the message on Twitter, Arreaza attached a video showing the moment in which an explosion collapses a building in Palestine as a result of Israeli attacks, which since past Monday have left 83 deaths, including nine children.

The escalation follows days of clashes in the Al-Aqsa mosque compound in East Jerusalem between Palestinian protesters and Israeli security forces.

Israel’s officers on Thursday arrested 374 people in clashes between Jewish and Arab groups taking place in cities across the country that left dozens injured, local media reported.

Lately, the riots erupted after elements of the Jewish ultra-right took to the streets to lynch Arabs protesting against violence by Tel Aviv forces in occupied Palestinian territories, according to reports.

In the midst of this complex scenario, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas denounced that the continued aggressions by Israeli troops in Jerusalem and Gaza are in total disregard of all international regulations and agreements.

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