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Palestinian retaliation

Palestinian resistance groups have launched more attacks against Israel in retaliation for the regime’s bombardment of the Gaza Strip. The military wing of Hamas resistance movement, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades fired missiles at the occupied al-Quds in response to Israeli killing of Palestinian civilians. Also in al-Quds the meeting of Israel’s Knesset was disrupted due to the missiles from the Gaza Strip. That is according to the Palestinian media. Meanwhile, Al-Quds Brigades, the armed wing of the Islamic Jihad resistance movement has targeted an Israeli intelligence building in Krem Shalom border crossing. Palestinian resistance fighters entered the Gaza envelope area on October 7th following missile strikes on Israeli targets under Operation al-Aqsa Storm. Nearly 1900 Israelis have been killed and more than 3800 injured since the beginning of the operation. Hamas says it launched the military campaign in response to repeated Israeli desecration of al-Aqsa Mosque and its crimes and aggression throughout the decades.

Shared stance on Palestine

Tehran and Moscow believe that the root cause of the conflict in Gaza stems from decades of Israeli oppression and crimes against Palestinians.

US hate crime

An Islamophobic American in the US state of Illinois has stabbed to death a 6-year-old Muslim boy and wounded his mother in a show of support for the Israel regime’s war on the Gaza Strip. Wadea Al Fayoumi, a Palestinian-American, was stabbed 26 times by his 71-year-old landlord Joseph Czuba. His mother also had multiple stab wounds but is expected to survive the attack that occurred on Saturday. According to police and locals, the victims were targeted because of their religion. Czuba is now charged with first-degree murder, attempted first-degree murder, two counts of hate crime and aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and is set to be arraigned Monday afternoon.


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