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Palestinian Government Holds Israel Fully Responsible in Friday Attacks

The criminal attacks and demanded the Arab foreign ministers to table the Israeli military escalation against Gaza on agenda of their meeting on today.

Palestinian leader
Courtesy: Al Qassam website

(GAZA Al Qassam website) - The Palestinian government in the besieged Gaza Strip held the Israeli occupation regime fully responsible for the consequences of its aerial attacks on the Strip which claimed the lives of 11 Palestinians on Friday including the secretary-general of the resistance committees Zuhair Al-Qaisi.

"This is a serious crime and the Palestinian government strongly condemns it and holds the Zionist occupation fully responsible for this heinous atrocity," spokesman for the government Taher Al-Nunu told the Palestinian information center (PIC).

Spokesman Nunu added that Israel's assassination of Qaisi and its crimes yesterday signaled its plan to blow up the situation in Gaza once again.

The spokesman noted that Mahmoud Hanani, who was deported to Gaza after his release in the West Bank a few years ago, was also assassinated during the airstrikes on Friday.

For its part, the Palestinian ministry of foreign affairs strongly denounced the criminal attacks and demanded the Arab foreign ministers to table the Israeli military escalation against Gaza on agenda of their meeting on Saturday.

The Palestinian ministry urged in a press release the Arab foreign ministers to file a complaint against the Israeli occupation with the UN Security Council for its crimes against the Palestinians and take action to end the blockade imposed on Gaza.

Source: Ezzedeen AL-Qassam Brigades - Palestine
The military wing of the Islamic resistance movement Hamas

http://www.qassam.ps/news-5465-Palestinian_govt_holds_Israel_fully_responsible_for_its_Friday_attacks.html




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