Israeli occupation raid on Jenin camp condemned internationally
Several Arab and Islamic countries have come together to condemn the Israeli occupation's raid on the Jenin camp, which left ten martyred and dozens of others injured.
Numerous states from all over the world have rushed to condemn the Israeli occupation's aggression on Jenin, which manifested Thursday in the form of a raid on the city's renowned refugee camp, leaving 10 martyred and dozens more injured.
The Kuwaiti Foreign Ministry called on the international community to swiftly take action to "put an end to the continuous Israeli violations and provide protection for the Palestinian people."
Oman similarly called on the international community to fulfill its responsibilities by putting an end to the escalation and backing the legitimate rights of the Palestinian people by putting an end to the occupation and realizing comprehensive and just peace.
Jordanian House of Representatives Speaker Ahmad Safadi said the Israeli occupation's criminal actions in Jenin, which led to the martyrdom of 10 Palestinians, was proof that the occupation believed in nothing but brutality, the bloodshed of Palestinians, and the violation of international laws.
"The occupation government's actions will only cause more tension and escalation in Palestine, which has the right to defend itself in the face of the Israeli killing and destruction machine," he stressed. "The dangerous escalation poses a threat to affect regional stability as a whole."
Jenin massacre disgrace to normalizing states
"The Palestinian people refuse, with pride and dignity, but to remind the peoples of the region of the Islamic nation's holy cause, offering 10 martyrs and dozens of wounded from the Jenin camp," the political bureau of the Yemeni Ansar Allah movement.
"The bloody massacre that the reckless enemy committed in the Jenin camp will not weaken the resolve of the Palestinian people; it will instead increase their determination to resist," Ansar Allah said.
The great sacrifices of the Palestinian people "are a source of honor and respect for the free people of our nation and the world as a whole," the statement read. "The struggle of the heroic Palestinian people is enough to defeat the enemy."
The Jenin massacre "is a disgrace to the normalizing governments, which bear responsibility because of their encouragement of the enemy to perpetuate its occupation and continue its crimes against the Palestinian people," Ansar Allah concluded.
Yemeni parties coalition supports Palestinian cause
The coalition of parties and political factions opposed to the aggression on Yemen said the Israeli occupation's actions, "the killing of women and children and the brutal, violent offensives on cities and refugee camps, is happening in light of complicity and silence from the treacherous Arabic regimes and the international community's silence regarding these brutal crimes."
Furthermore, the coalition called for popular mobilization in support of the Palestinian cause "and denunciation of the regimes of normalization and treason, as well as an affirmation of the option of resistance against US and Zionist hegemony in Palestine and the region."
Algeria NCM lauds Palestinian resistance
The Algerian National Construction Movement said the Israeli occupation forces raiding the Jenin refugee camp, and the martyrdom of several residents "will only increase the will of the Palestinian people to carry on in the path of resistance."
The Algerian movement went on to underline its solidarity with the Palestinian people when it comes to its legitimate right to defend its land and sanctities, stressing the necessity of unity among Palestinian as well as expediting the implementation of the Algeria declaration's clauses.
Iraqi scholars condemn Jenin massacre
The Iraqi Scholars Association described what happened in Jenin and the Jenin refugee camp as a massacre being carried out by the Israeli occupation government in light of suspicious intentional silence.
Earlier in the night, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Nasser Kanaani strongly condemned the Israeli raid against the Jenin camp in Occupied Palestine's West Bank, which took place on Thursday morning and resulted in the martyrdom of 10 Palestinians and the injury of dozens of others.
The Palestinian Health Ministry reported that there were 20 injuries as a result of live munition from the Israeli occupation forces, including three civilians in critical condition while adding that there were dozens of suffocations as a result of the IOF raiding the Jenin Governmental Hospital.
Consequently, the Palestinian resistance factions denounced the Israeli raid and stressed that "the Israeli enemy will pay the price for its crimes."
Kanaani denounced the inaction of the international bodies and Western states who claim to be human rights advocates and slammed the silence maintained over the daily crimes committed by the occupying regime as saddening and disgraceful.
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Meanwhile, the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah praised the Jenin camp residents and the Palestinian resistance factions' confrontation with the Israeli aggression and their thwarting of the occupation's goals, forcing it to collapse after hours of confrontations.
"We call on the brave resistance fighters who write with their pure blood the dawn of Palestine's imminent victory," the statement said, expressing its full solidarity with the camp's heroes and other resistance fighters in the face of the occupation and its criminality.
Hezbollah also condemned the Israeli aggression against the camp, strongly denouncing the terrorist practices carried out by the occupation forces, their storming of hospitals, and their brutal assault on the wounded, violating all moral and human laws.
Friends of Al-Aqsa
In turn the Friends of Al-Aqsa (FOA) organization released a statement condemning the IOF Jenin massacre, which noted "In the first 26 days of 2023, 'Israel’s' new far-right government has murdered 30 Palestinians, including 5 children," adding that "it has also ordered the home demolition of 1000 Palestinians including 500 children in Masafer Yatta."
FOA explained "These are extremely concerning signs of what is to come from 'Israel's' most far-right government ever in 2023," and underlined that "in this 75th year of 'Israel’s' ongoing Nakba against Palestinians, we must all work harder than ever before to stand up against Israeli injustice and hold 'Israel' responsible for its illegal occupation, apartheid regime and ongoing violations of international law."
Israeli forces have murdered 9 Palestinians in Jenin— Friends of Al Aqsa (@FriendsofAlAqsa) January 26, 2023
In the first 26 days of 2023 Israel’s new govt has murdered 29 Palestinians inc. 5 children
This is a worrying sign of what is to come from Israel's most far-right government ever in 2023@ainajkhan @sabahchoudhry @Hamza_a96 pic.twitter.com/xeTT7baUEg
Palestinian Youth Movement
In a similar vein, the Palestinian Youth Movement (PYM) issued a statement condemning the IOF massacre in Jenin, which killed 10 Palestinians and injured dozens of others.
PYM stated that "the goal of today's massacre is the same as every other massacre committed by the Zionist entity since 1948: rooting out the native people of this land, thwarting resistance, and stamping out any hope of liberation or return."
The movement further emphasized, "We stand first and foremost with our people in the camps, and affirm the right of the occupied to resist the colonizer by any means necessary," adding that "nothing will ever make us abandon our flag or our land."
The statement concluded by adding that resistance lives on in the hearts and minds of every Palestinian, and will continue to live on until the hour of liberation," adding "Glory to every martyr."
STATEMENT ON MASSACRE IN JENIN REFUGEE CAMP— Palestinian Youth Movement (@palyouthmvmt) January 26, 2023
In the early hours of the morning, the occupation invaded Jenin Refugee Camp. The result was the slaughter of 10+ of the camp’s residents, in the bloodiest massacre that the West Bank has faced since 2002, during the Second Intifada. pic.twitter.com/x8FVsuls4w