The brutal Israeli aggression on the occupied city of Jenin this morning, which killed 8 Palestinian and wounded around 100 others, has been widely condemned by international and Arab organizations and countries.
In a statement, the Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs strongly condemned the Israeli attack on the occupied West Bank city of Jenin and called for an end to these violations.
Jordan called for an immediate halt to the Israeli aggression against the Palestinian people, warning of “the consequences of this escalation, which will only lead to further deterioration and violence.”
The UN Humanitarian Coordinator in Palestine, Lynn Hastings, expressed her grave concern over the criminal Israeli military operation in Jenin camp, stressing that Israeli forces have bombed the densely populated camp with aircraft.
Commenting on the events in Jenin, U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said that it is unacceptable to launch armed attacks in densely populated areas.
US Democratic Representative Rashida Tlaib said in a tweet on her Twitter account that Congress must stop funding the violent Israeli apartheid regime.
Condemning the Israeli aggression on the city, the Iranian Foreign Ministry described it as a clear example of “state terrorism”.
Qatar also warned of the failure of peace efforts and the escalation of violence due to the continuous Israeli attacks in the occupied Palestinian territories.
The UN Special Coordinator for the Peace Process, Tor Wiensland, also called on all parties to de-escalate the tense situation and ensure that aid reaches Jenin.
The UAE also condemned the Israeli attack on Jenin and called for “the re-consolidation of international efforts for a cease-fire to revive the peace process in the Middle East.”
The France-based One Justice Organization noted, “Since the beginning of this year, the Israeli occupation forces have killed 130 Palestinians throughout the West Bank, most of whom died in extrajudicial executions.”
It emphasized that the current Israeli aggression against Jenin is not an isolated event, but rather part of a broader policy of human rights violations that have affected the Palestinians for decades, and it has increased in recent years with the arrival of the fa-right parties to power.
This morning, Israeli troops carried out a military incursion into the occupied West Bank city of Jenin, killing at least nine Palestinians and wounding around 25 others.