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05.08.2022 21:57 News >> Iran Backs Palestinian Groups Responding To 'Criminal' Gaza Attack

Iran Backs Palestinian Groups Responding To 'Criminal' Gaza Attack

Iran says responsibility for consequences of Friday's attacks on Gaza Strip lies with Israel.

Iran strongly condemned "criminal" Israeli airstrikes across the Gaza Strip on Friday, which killed at least 10 people, including a Palestinian Islamic Jihad commander, adding that Palestinians fully have the right to retaliate.
In a statement, Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Nasser Kanaani said Tehran condemns the "brutal attack" on the besieged enclave and the killing of "resistance commanders and defenseless Palestinian people."
According to the Palestinian Health Ministry, the death toll in Friday's airstrikes has surged to 10, including a 5-year-old child, with more than 55 others injured.
The airstrikes came amid heightened tensions following the arrest of a senior Islamic Jihad leader in the occupied West Bank.
Islamic Jihad and Hamas, both Gaza-based groups, have vowed strong retaliation.
Kanaani called the aerial attack "criminal, adventurous and provocative," adding that the responsibility for the aggression and its consequences lie with Tel Aviv.
He said Palestinians are "within their legal rights" to "act and defend themselves from the aggression" while calling on countries worldwide and international organizations to "fulfill their legal and moral responsibility in defending the oppressed Palestinian nation."
Kanaani hastened to add that the continued crimes by Israel are "the main cause of instability and insecurity in the region."
Earlier in the day, Islamic Jihad leader Ziyad al-Nakhalah said Israel must expect a "non-stop" confrontation over Friday's attack, adding that there would be no truce with Tel Aviv.
The Gaza airstrikes took place a day after Nakhalah was in Iran's capital Tehran, where he met President Ebrahim Raisi, Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian, and Ali Akbar Velayati, a top advisor to Ayatollah Khamenei.
In his meeting with the Palestinian leader, Raisi said the "bright path of resistance" has "brought hope to supporters of Palestine." -



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