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Palestine condemns Israeli-endorsed Flag March


Ramallah, 7 June 2024 (TDI): The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of Palestine condemned the Israeli-endorsed Flag March in occupied Jerusalem on 5th June 2024. As a result, attacks on Palestinian individuals, media representatives, and property have become frequent, blatantly violating both international law and human rights.

To make matters worse, the Israeli government oversaw the march, which renders them entirely accountable for the atrocities against defenseless Palestinians. As a consequence, there have been more crimes and infractions in the occupied West Bank.

Moreover, the acts of the Israeli government have had hazardous repercussions including desecration of the Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Ministry strongly condemned these activities. Furthermore, it called for immediate action by the international community, to hold Israel responsible for its actions.

The Ministry viewed the flag march as an ongoing act of Israel’s genocidal war against the helpless Palestinian people and as a grave breach of international law. It declared that Jerusalem shall remain the permanent capital of the State of Palestine and a fundamental component of the occupied Palestinian land.

The Ministry demanded immediate global intervention to put a stop to the invading state’s terror. Additionally, it urged the world to compel Israel to show obedience to international law and resolutions.

Humanitarian Crisis in Gaza

The humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip is dire, made worse by the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The current surge in violence has killed thousands of innocent civilians, including women and children, and caused extensive damage, displacement, and casualties.

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The situation has gotten worse due to the blockade and military attacks, which have targeted hospitals, schools, and vital infrastructure, depriving people of access to basic amenities like electricity, water, and healthcare.

According to Gaza’s health authorities, during the last seven months, the conflict has claimed the lives of nearly 36,000 Palestinians.

Summaiya Malik
Summaiya Malik
The author holds an MPhil degree in International Relations from National Defence University, Islamabad. She writes for South Asian Voices, CISS Insight and Hilal English.E-mail: summaiyamalik.sm@gmail.com

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