Belgian Minister: Israeli violence towards the Palestinians is criminal and intolerable

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Belgian State Minister André Flahaut called for severe penalties to stop the unequal and lethal Israeli violence against the Palestinians, which he described as "intolerable and criminal."

He continued in press statements, today, Tuesday that there is a need for severe sanctions to ensure respect for international law, and not just words, but strong and concrete actions.

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The Belgian minister added that we cannot allow Israel to continue killing civilians and children and destroying all hopes for peace day after day.

The Israeli occupation forces continue to attack the worshipers in the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque, storm its chapels, and restrict the worshipers in the vicinity of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and has also increased their harassment of Jerusalemites and the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood.

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As a result of the Israeli bombing of homes and commercial establishments in Gaza, 28 civilians, including 10 children, were killed.


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