به نام خالق مخلوقات
با سلام وصلوات بر محمد و آل محمد (ص)
محرم آمد و وقت عزا شد
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Hamas and other Palestinian factions have ordered their troops to avenge the attack.
A statement from Islamic Jihad said, all fighters are ordered to respond to the Israeli slaughter.
Palestinian chief negotiator Hanan Ashwari told Sky News, There is
tremendous public outrage - this is a massive cold-blooded act, it has
to stop immediately.
Hamas deputy chairman Mousa Abu Marzook told
Sky News: We act against Israeli aggression. The Israelis hit some
people and we react against them with rockets. A Hamas spokesman said Israel will pay a heavy price for the attacks.
spokesperson Fawzi Barhoum told Press TV correspondent that Tel Aviv
carried out the strikes after receiving green light from its allies and
certain regional countries. Barhoum described the raids as collective
punishment of Palestinians.
Palestinian Authority Chief Mahmoud
Abbas in West Bank said in a statement that he condemns this
aggression, according to an aide, Nabil Abu Rdeneh.
six-month truce between the Hamas government in Gaza and Israel expired
a week ago. Under the Egyptian-brokered deal, Hamas agreed to end
militant attacks on Israel from Gaza, and Israel agreed to halt raids
inside the territory and ease its blockade on humanitarian goods. UN declared that Israeli blockade over Gaza is crime against humanity.
Nations aid agency said on Thursday it had run out of flour and would
suspend food deliveries to 750,000 Palestinians in the Hamas-run Gaza
Strip after Israel closed border crossings.
The United Nations
and human rights groups have voiced concern about the humanitarian
situation in the Gaza Strip and called on Israel to lift its blockade.