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Aboul Gheit condemns occupation aggression against Jenin


Aboul Gheit condemns occupation aggression against Jenin

Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary General of the League of Arab States

Ahmed Abou Saleh

Ahmed Aboul Gheit, Secretary General of the Arab League, condemned the aggressive military operation launched by the Israeli occupation against Jenin, which left many martyrs and injured.

Aboul Gheit stressed that global movements, including the recent decision of the International Criminal Court to accuse the leaders and generals of the occupation of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity, have not not yet able to deter Israeli crime or stop the massacre which has been going on for seven months in Gaza.

Gamal Rushdi, official spokesperson for the Secretary-General, said Aboul Gheit had warned of the consequences of igniting the situation in the West Bank in a way that would threaten a full explosion, particularly in light of the attacks and Israeli violations which have continued for months, which have resulted in the fall of hundreds of martyrs and thousands of wounded and prisoners.

Rushdi said the invasion of Jenin and other West Bank towns and villages blatantly reveals the plans of the Israeli occupation which have nothing to do with October 7, but rather the aim is to consolidate occupation, annexing land and expelling Palestinians from their homes through a practice that can only be described as ethnic cleansing.

Aboul Gheit condemns occupation aggression against Jenin

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