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International community remains silent about Israel’s crimes

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International community remains silent about Israel’s crimes

Ramallah, Apr 14 (Prensa Latina) Palestinian Civil Affairs Minister Hussein Al Sheikh on Thursday denounced the international community's silence regarding the wave of crimes commited by Israel on the reoccupied territories.
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The Israeli army spills Palestinian blood daily for everyone to see, the official tweeted amid a new military offensive in the West Bank, which killed at least nine people, and dozens have been wounded and arrested.

Al Sheikh called for a minimum of international protection for his people in the face of systematic Israeli attacks.

In this regard, he condemned the double standards in the implementation of United Nations Security Council resolutions and international law.

Israeli authorities justified the military operation in the West Bank as a response to an attack perpetrated in Tel Aviv last week by a Palestinian from Jenin, during which three civilians and the assailant were killed.

A few days ago, Prime Minister Naftali Bennett said that there are and will be no limits to this war, after announcing full freedom of action for the army, the Shin Bet (national intelligence agency) and all security forces to defeat terror.

In response, several Palestinian militias such as the Islamic Jihad Movement and the Islamic Resistance Movement (HAMAS) vowed to respond to the neighboring State with force.

The Ministry of Health recently charged that Israeli troops killed 355 Palestinians and injured 16,500 in 2021.


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