“Unjust and wrong.” Hamas condemns Argentina’s decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem “Unjust and wrong.” Hamas condemns Argentina’s decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

“Unjust and wrong.” Hamas condemns Argentina’s decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

“Unjust and wrong.” Hamas condemns Argentina’s decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

In a statement, the Hamas movement considered Argentina's decision to move its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem an infringement on the rights of the Palestinians and a violation of the rules of international law, describing it as unjust and wrong, and called on the Argentine president to reverse the decision.

On Tuesday, the Hamas movement condemned Argentina’s decision to move its embassy in Israel to the occupied city of Jerusalem, considering it “an infringement on the rights of the Palestinians and a violation of the rules of international law.”

The movement added in a statement published on its Telegram account: “We strongly condemn the announcement by Argentine President Javier Miley of his intention to move his country’s embassy to the entity to occupied Jerusalem.”

She explained: “We consider this to be an infringement on the rights of our Palestinian people to their land, and a violation of the rules of international law, considering Jerusalem to be occupied Palestinian land.”

The movement called on the Argentine president to "rescind this decision," which it described as "unjust and wrong."

Hamas stressed that the decision "places Argentina as a partner of the Zionist occupier in its violations against the Palestinian people and their national rights to their land and sanctities."

Earlier Tuesday, the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that Miley announced, upon his arrival in Tel Aviv, his decision to move his country’s embassy to Jerusalem.

The Argentine decision comes as the Israeli army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza since October 7, which as of Tuesday left “27,585 martyrs and 66,978 injured, most of them children and women,” according to the Palestinian authorities, and caused “massive destruction and an unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe.” ", according to the United Nations.









About 100 thousand martyrs, wounded and missing continuing massacres, displacement and famine in Gaza

The Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip continues for the 123rd day, with the occupation committing dozens of massacres, which led to the death toll rising to 27,585 and 66,978 injuries, while UNRWA estimated that about 100,000 people are dead, wounded and missing amid continued displacement and depletion of food supplies.

Dozens of Palestinians were killed and injured in Israeli army bombing on various areas in the Gaza Strip from Monday until Tuesday morning, while hundreds were displaced from the city of Khan Yunis towards the city of Rafah, south of the Strip. The western regions of Gaza and Khan Yunis witnessed clashes between members of the Palestinian factions and the Israeli occupation army. Penetrating into both regions.

Al-Aqsa satellite channel reported that the occupation artillery renewed its bombardment on the eastern areas of the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, while Palestinian media said that the Israeli occupation aircraft were launching violent raids on various areas in the northern Gaza Strip, and 4 Palestinians were martyred in a raid that targeted a house housing displaced persons. In Al-Salam neighborhood, east of Rafah.

A Palestinian medical source told Anadolu correspondent that medical teams and citizens recovered a number of Palestinian bodies from the streets and homes of citizens in the city of Khan Yunis and the central areas of the Strip. Eyewitnesses reported that the areas of Al-Saraya, Al-Rimal, Al-Sabra, Tal Al-Hawa, Sheikh Ajlin, and the vicinity of Al-Shifa Medical Complex were subjected to violent bombardment by Israeli aircraft, which led to martyrs and wounded.

Witnesses pointed out the difficulty for citizens and ambulances to reach the locations of the victims, due to the targeting of everyone moving in the streets by Israeli snipers stationed in residential buildings, in addition to the Quadcopter aircraft that fire live bullets. Witnesses explained that the Israeli army opened fire on a gathering of Palestinians who were waiting for aid to arrive near the Kuwait Roundabout, east of the Al-Zaytoun neighborhood, south of Gaza City, wounding a number of them.

The Israeli occupation committed 12 massacres against families in the Gaza Strip, killing 107 martyrs and wounding 143 during the past 24 hours, which led to the death toll of the Israeli aggression rising to 27,585 martyrs and 66,978 injured since last October 7, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health on Tuesday.

The Ministry said that there are still a number of victims under the rubble and on the roads, and the occupation prevents ambulance and civil defense crews from reaching them.

The Commissioner-General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA), Philip Lazzarini, said that nearly 100,000 people are dead, wounded or missing in the Gaza Strip, which Israel has been bombing since last October 7. In a blog post published on the X platform on Monday, Lazzarini pointed out that more than 80% of the Gaza Strip’s population has been displaced. He pointed out that 17,000 children in Gaza are now without a sponsor to protect them or have been separated from their families.

He continued: "During the four-month war in Gaza, nearly 100,000 people were killed, wounded or went missing. This is equivalent to about 5% of the population, and you can easily understand what this means in your city or country."

Displacement from Khan Yunis
In the western areas of the city of Khan Yunis, hundreds of Palestinians were displaced from the headquarters of Al Amal Hospital and the headquarters of the Palestinian Red Crescent Society in the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, after an Israeli siege that lasted two weeks.

All the displaced people were evacuated from Al-Amal Hospital and the association’s headquarters in Khan Yunis, while only 40 displaced elderly people remained, in addition to about 80 sick and wounded people and 100 administrative and medical staff in the association.

Running out of food supplies
The Palestinian Crossings Authority in the Gaza Strip said on Monday that trucks entering the Gaza Strip “do not meet the needs of the Strip, which is suffering from a depletion of food supplies” due to the Israeli war.

Hisham Adwan, spokesman for the Palestinian Crossings Authority, said: “The average aid entering the Gaza Strip daily amounts to 100 trucks, which is a very small rate compared to the disaster that struck the Strip.”

He added: "We need a larger number of trucks, as before the war approximately 500 trucks entered the Gaza Strip daily, in light of the presence of a stock of strategic goods in the Gaza Strip." He continued: "The Gaza Strip is suffering from running out of food supplies, so we need larger numbers of trucks entering the Strip."

He pointed out that "the Rafah crossing operates for the entry of exceptional cases, such as holders of Egyptian passports, those of foreign nationalities, and the sick and wounded." He stressed the need to open the Rafah crossing permanently and continuously around the clock. Adwan called for the introduction of more food commodities into the Gaza Strip to save the Palestinians in light of the war launched by Israel on the Strip.

Clashes between the resistance and the occupation army

According to witnesses, the western areas of the city of Khan Yunis witnessed clashes between members of the Palestinian factions and the Israeli army penetrating the area. In the western areas of Gaza City, residential buildings and homes were subjected to violent bombardment, and clashes broke out between Palestinian factions and the Israeli army, according to eyewitnesses.

In the western and southern areas of Gaza City, violent explosions and varying amounts of gunfire were heard, according to witnesses.

In turn, the Al-Qassam Brigades said, in separate statements on the Telegram platform, that they had seized a reconnaissance plane that was on an “intelligence mission” west of the city of Khan Yunis. Al-Qassam bombed a gathering of Israeli soldiers with mortar shells, west of Gaza City, in addition to ambushing an army convoy and blowing it up with 3 pre-planted devices, and targeting a tank with an “Al-Yassin 105” shell in Khan Yunis.

Members of Al-Qassam and Al-Quds Brigades confirmed (in a joint operation) that a Zionist tank was targeted with a “Al-Yassin 105” shell in the Al-Amal neighborhood, west of the city of Khan Yunis, according to the statement.

Al-Qassam continued: “Al-Qassam mujahideen were able to target a group of occupation soldiers barricaded inside a house with an anti-fortified TBG shell, killing and wounding them west of the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip.” The Brigades pointed out that they targeted three Merkvah tanks with an Al-Yassin 105 shell, two of them west of the city of Khan Yunis, and the third in the Tal Al-Hawa neighborhood, southwest of Gaza City.


Saudi Arabia: No relations with Israel until it stops its aggression, withdraws from Gaza, and recognizes the Palestinian state


The Saudi Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a statement regarding the ongoing discussions between the Kingdom and the United States regarding the path to Arab-Israeli peace.
In its statement, the ministry said: “The Ministry of Foreign Affairs stated that with regard to the ongoing discussions between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United States of America regarding the path of Arab-Israeli peace, and in light of what was stated by the spokesman for the US National Security Council in this regard, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirms that The position of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has been and remains firm regarding the Palestinian issue and the need for the brotherly Palestinian people to obtain their legitimate rights.”

The statement added: “The Kingdom also communicated its firm position to the American administration that there will be no diplomatic relations with Israel unless the independent Palestinian state is recognized on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, the Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip is stopped, and all members of the Israeli occupation forces are withdrawn from the Gaza Strip.” ".

He continued: "The Kingdom affirms its call to the international community - and in particular - the permanent members of the Security Council that have not yet recognized the Palestinian state, to the importance of accelerating the recognition of the Palestinian state on the 1967 borders with East Jerusalem as its capital, so that the Palestinian people can achieve their legitimate rights and achieve a comprehensive and just peace for all." ".

Earlier Tuesday night, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken said that Saudi Arabia still has a “strong interest” in normalizing relations with Israel, but Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman made clear that the war in Gaza must end and there must be “A clear, credible and time-bound path to establishing a Palestinian state.”

The White House reported on Tuesday that the administration of President Joe Biden had received a positive response indicating the readiness of Saudi Arabia and Israel to continue discussions on normalizing relations between them. John Kirby, spokesman for the US National Security Council, told reporters: “The administration of President Joe Biden had received a positive response indicating the readiness of Saudi Arabia.” And Israel to continue discussions on normalizing relations between them.”

After months of US-led diplomatic efforts to get Saudi Arabia to normalize relations with Israel and recognize it for the first time, Riyadh halted them in October in the face of growing Arab anger over the war sparked by the October 7 attack by Hamas.

On Tuesday evening, Netanyahu said in a comment that came after Hamas delivered its response to the truce proposal  that Israel will continue fighting in Gaza “until victory is achieved.”

This evening, the Hamas movement delivered its response to the framework agreement in Paris to Qatar and Egypt , after completing consultations with the movement’s leaders and with the resistance factions.

Anthony Blinken indicated that  the US administration is reviewing Hamas' response  and it will be discussed with the Israeli government tomorrow, Wednesday.

Blinken added: “We still believe that an agreement is possible and necessary.”

An official source in Hamas said that the  national consultations  introduced amendments to the Paris proposal, which include clear timetables related to a ceasefire, reconstruction, the return of the displaced, the provision of urgent shelter, the removal of the wounded, and the lifting of the siege.

In turn, Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, Qatari Prime Minister and Minister of Foreign Affairs, said that  Hamas’ response to the framework agreement makes Qatar optimistic .
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