Pakistan voices concern over Zionist regime’s raids on Gaza

Tehran, Nov 15, IRNA – Pakistan’s representative to the United Nations (UN) expressed her country’s concern over the Zionist regime’s recent attacks on the Palestine’s Gaza, reported Radio Pakistan.

“Voicing deep concern over the recent Israeli attacks against the blockaded Palestinians in Gaza, Pakistan has called for stepped up efforts to resolve the decades-old Middle East conflict to usher in peace in the troubled region,” Pak media said.

“Despite countless resolutions by the UN Security Council and the General Assembly, the scale of justice is yet to be turned in favor of Palestinian people,” stressed Pakistan's Permanent Representative to the UN Maleeha Lodhi in the General Assembly's Fourth Committee in New York.

She added that shortcomings in progression toward a settlement has diminished Palestinians’ hopes, causing endless hostility and discord in the region.

Zionist troops covertly entered eastern Khan Yunis on Sunday and killed one of the commanders of Ezzedeen al-Qassam Brigades Nour Barakah.

Also Zionist fighter jets bombarded the central parts of Gaza and governmental and public service buildings early this week.

In response, Palestinian resistance groups fired 460 missiles to Israeli towns in the occupied territories, according to the Zionist regime army.


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