Publicado: Mier, Noviembre 01, 2017
Global | By Iago Denis

Arab League calls for suing Israel officials who commit massacres

Arab League calls for suing Israel officials who commit massacres

"The majority of the dead were activists that entered the tunnel after it was exploded and died in the Gaza Strip, and not as a result of the explosion", said an IDF spokesperson Avichay Adraee.

Palestinian fighters from the Islamic Jihad movement attend the funeral of comrades killed in an Israeli operation to blow up a tunnel stretching from the Gaza Strip into Israel during their funeral at the Bureij refugee camp, in central Gaza, yesterday.

"Those who try to harm us, we harm them", Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.

Israeli forces detained three Palestinians in the northern West Bank district of Nablus, according to PPS.

Pointedly, an Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman condemned "the bloodthirsty Zionist regime" for destroying the tunnel, an act he described as precipitated by a desire to "guarantee [Israel's] security by killing Palestinian youths".

Relations between Hamas and Iran were heavily strained by the war in Syria, but have improved now that the dictatorial rule of President Bashar al-Assad has been stabilized by Iranian and Russian intervention on his behalf.

Israeli military said they opened fire on a "suspect" vehicle that approached the soldiers in a suspicious manner.

Love is reportedly in the air between Hamas and Fatah, but as with most Middle Eastern affairs, there is more here than meets the eye.

"Israel is trying through its allies to pressure the Palestinian leadership".

"Who among the members of the Cabinet is ready to sign on to such an announcement?" he asked, and called on the Defense Minister "to hold an urgent discussion of the army's apology", and on the cabinet members "to do everything in their power to kill more terrorists".

Monday's incident came as the rival Palestinian factions Hamas and Fatah attempt to fulfill a reconciliation deal signed earlier this month aimed at ending a decade-long rift. It ran from the Gazan city of Khan Younis, crossed under the border for dozens of meters, and approached Kibbutz Kissufim. "The Agency again demands full respect for the neutrality and inviolability of United Nations premises at all times".

At 16:30, Israelis informed the villagers about the curfew, while hundreds were at work.

According to Kuperwasser, "the lesson for Israel is that it should not be tempted to believe in the illusion that the [Fatah-Hamas] agreement will lead to less terrorism from Gaza".

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