Palestinian PM urges UN to censure Israeli crimes

[09-08-2022 04:21 PM]

Ammon News - Palestinian Prime Minister Mohammad Shtayyeh Tuesday condemned an Israeli army raid into the city of Nablus north of the occupied West Bank that left three Palestinians dead and injured dozens.

Ibrahim al-Nabulsi, Islam Sabbouh and Hussein Taha were killed and dozens were injured by gunfire and rockets fired by troops, who raided the old city of Nablus at dawn.

Elsewhere in the occupied West Bank, 9 Palestinians were injured by Israeli army fire during a march in the city of El Bireh to denounce the assassinations in Nablus that sparked clashes with soldiers.

Shtayyeh called it a new massacre and warned against the "serious consequences of the Israeli massacre," which came days after the Israeli offensive in the Gaza Strip that killed dozens and injured hundreds, many of them women and children.

The Israeli aggression on the Palestinian people in Gaza, Nablus, Jenin, Hebron, and the occupied city of Jerusalem, where Palestinians are facing ethnic cleansing, judisaition and evictions, as well as assaults against Al Aqsa Mosque and land grabs in the Jordan Valley of the West Bank should galvanize world action to stop the bloodshed and end the agony of the Palestinian people that dragged on for over 74 years, Shtayyeh said in a statement .

He called on the UN Security Council, which held a special session yesterday to discuss the Israeli assault on the Gaza Strip, to end the "double standards" approach in applying international law, take practical and forceful action like in Ukraine, and punish the Israeli occupation authority for its recurrent crimes.

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