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Pakistan blasts Israeli ‘barbarism’ after Gaza airstrikes

An Israeli navy AH-64 Apache assault helicopter fires flares whereas flying over Ashkelon in southern Israel on August 6, 2022. -AFP  

Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif Saturday strongly condemned Israeli airstrikes in Gaza by which 10 Palestinians, together with a 5-year-old lady, had been martyred.

Taking to Twitter, the prime minister mentioned if impunity and barbarism had a face, it could have been that of Israel, which had focused Palestinians with none look after the implications.

“Pakistan strongly condemns Israeli airstrikes,” the premier mentioned.

In Gaza, not less than 10 Palestinians together with a commander of the Islamic Jihad group embraced martyred in Israeli airstrikes.

The assaults adopted the arrest of senior Palestinian chief Bassam al-Saadi within the occupied West Financial institution metropolis of Jenin.

Hamas has termed this assault as a brutal crime and bloodbath accomplished by the Israeli occupation towards Palestinians.

A senior official for Hamas Ghazi Hamad mentioned there’s “no justification” for the assaults and Palestinian factions have the correct to defend themselves and “shield” their individuals.

Tense state of affairs

In the meantime, chatting with a overseas information company, Gaza Metropolis resident Abdullah al-Arayshi mentioned the state of affairs was “very tense”.

“The nation is ravaged. We’ve had sufficient of wars. Our era has misplaced its future,” he advised AFP.

Streets had been largely abandoned in Gaza Metropolis early Saturday, with many retailers shuttered, and every day life largely paralysed, an AFP reporter mentioned.

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