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Jerusalem will not allow Palestinian land to be harmed: Saudi Arabia

Riyadh: Saudi Arabia has spoken out in favor of the unarmed Palestinians suffering Israeli atrocities, saying that Jerusalem, the land of the Palestinians, will not allow anyone to harm it.

This was stated by Saudi Foreign Minister Prince Faisal bin Farhan while addressing an emergency meeting of the Organization of Cooperation (OIC). He said Israel was openly violating Palestinian rights. Let the international community fulfill its responsibilities.


“We condemn the Israeli occupation of Palestinian homes in Jerusalem,” the Saudi foreign minister told an OIC virtual meeting. Jerusalem is the land of the Palestinians, we will not allow it to be harmed.


He called on the international community to fulfill its responsibilities in the face of Israeli violations. The international community must intervene immediately to stop Israeli actions.


On the other hand, Israeli barbarism continues in Gaza. In another attack, 26 more Palestinians were martyred and 50 wounded, bringing the death toll to 181.


UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has expressed deep frustration over the martyrdom of civilians in Gaza and the attack on international media offices. A spokesman for the secretary-general said Antonio Guterres regretted the martyrdom of ten members of the same family, including children, as a result of an Israeli airstrike on the Shati camp in Gaza.


Israeli forces also targeted the Al-Jala Tower in Gaza, which housed the offices of several media houses, including Arab TV Al Jazeera. Despite the protests, the Israeli prime minister says the bombing will continue as long as it is needed.


Palestinians demonstrated in several cities in the West Bank, including Bethlehem. Israeli forces used excessive force on protesters. Zionist forces opened fire on the youth, injuring several people. Israeli troops also pushed members of the media.

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