Hezbollah, Ansar Allah condemn Israeli aggression on Gaza Strip
The Lebanese and Yemeni Resistance movements underline that the Israeli occupation has carried out heinous crimes against the Palestinian people and Resistance in Gaza.
Lebanese Resistance movement Hezbollah mourned Tuesday the senior Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) officials who were martyred as a result of the Israeli air raids conducted on the Gaza Strip earlier in the day.
The assassination of the Palestinian commanders will "increase our Ummah's unity and determination to continue on the path of resistance until victory," Hezbollah underlined.
The Lebanese Resistance group also stressed that the brutal air raids on the Gaza Strip had terrorism embedded in it, underlining its support for and solidarity with the PIJ and any decision taken by the Palestinian resistance factions to respond to the Israeli aggression.
The Israeli occupation's brutal airstrikes targeted women and children, Hezbollah underlined, stressing that "Tel Aviv's" actions were a "full-fledged crime".
Following the aggression that the Israeli occupation launched against the Gaza Strip, which left 13 Palestinian martyrs and many injured, a number of countries rushed to condemn the brutal Israeli crime, including Iran, Syria, and Algeria.
Lebanon Parliament Speaker joins condemnation
Lebanese Parliament Speaker Nabih Berri condemned the massacre carried out by the Israeli occupation forces on Tuesday dawn in the Gaza Strip.
"The strength of the freedom fighters is the only language that the Israeli enemy understands," Berri said.
"What happened in Gaza confirms beyond any doubt that the Israeli security and political establishment portray the entity's terrorism," the Lebanese official stressed.
He also said that the Israeli occupation conducted its massacre at a time when the Arab World is heading toward a reunion and as the Arba World is uniting its front regarding common principles, especially on the Palestinian cause, as well as the right of return of the Palestinian people and the establishment of an independent Palestinian state whose capital is Al-Quds.
"The massacre committed by the Israeli occupation is a reflection of the crisis the entity is going through," the Lebanese parliament chief concluded.
Ansar Allah voices faith in Palestinian resistance
The Israeli occupation committed a heinous crime by assassinating three leaders in Al-Quds Brigades alongside their wives and children on Tuesday dawn in Gaza, Yemeni Ansar Allah movement spokesperson Mohammed Abdulsalam said.
The Yemeni Resistance group's spokesperson also underlined that Ansar Allah had faith in the Palestinian resistance and its capabilities to respond to the Israeli aggression, stressing that it had the right to maximum retaliation "so that the enemy realizes that they will pay."
He went on to underline that the peoples of the region were obliged to stand in solidarity with the Palestinian people and their valiant resistance.
The military spokesperson for the Al-Quds Brigades, Abu Hamza, underlined on Tuesday that the Israeli massacre against the Brigades' leaders in Gaza will increase the Palestinian people's adherence to the resistance.
During a recorded speech, Abu Hamza said, "as is their bloody habit, the enemy committed, at dawn today, with all harshness and prejudice, a new crime against our people, our leaders, and our fighters, in horrifying and scattered massacres in various areas of the Gaza Strip, and crimes against civilians that shock humanity, the enemy falsely and deludedly believing that this bloodshed will be a bridge to cross and a lifebuoy for salvation."
The spokesperson stressed that this heinous crime will only increase the Resistance's "determination to continue the path drawn by the martyrs," underlining that "this path will not end except with the enemy's certain defeat and the defeat of its military leaders."
International condemnation of Israeli aggression on Gaza
Syria expressed its deepest condolences to the families of Palestinians who were martyred in the Israeli aggression.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesperson Nasser Kanaani said that the Israeli occupation's act of terrorism on the eve of Nakba Day is a sign of "Israel's" helplessness and weakness against the heroic Resistance of the Palestinian youth in the occupied West Bank and Al-Quds.
In the same context, Algeria strongly condemned the Israeli aggression and expressed its deep concern over the successive brutal aggressions and the dangerous escalation of the Israeli occupation forces against the Palestinian people in flagrant violation of all international laws and norms.
Similarly, the Turkish Foreign Ministry condemned the Israeli aggression on Gaza, stressing that "such despicable acts are in no way acceptable."
The Israeli occupation carried out brutal air raids against the Gaza Strip, during which it used 40 planes, helicopters, and drones to target several areas in the Strip, including the homes of PIJ leaders, which resulted in the death of 13 Palestinians, including the three leaders.
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