Cutting ties with Israeli occupation is the most effective way to stop its crimes_ President Raisi

Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi stressed that severing political and economic relations by Islamic countries with the Zionist entity is the most effective way to stop its crimes.

‘The Zionist entity and its supporters continue to commit their crimes …


Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi stressed that severing political and economic relations by Islamic countries with the Zionist entity is the most effective way to stop its crimes.

‘The Zionist entity and its supporters continue to commit their crimes in Gaza amid international silence and timid positions,’ IRNA quoted Raisi as saying during a government meeting. The president considered that the most effective way to stop this entity’s killing and criminal machine is to cut off economic and political relations with it by Islamic States.

Raisi voiced his regret at the behavior of some international actors in limiting themselves to rhetoric and taking political positions instead of taking action to stop the ongoing Israeli aggression against Gaza.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

CONTINUED ENEMY AIRSTRIKES IN SOUTHERN LEBANON CLAIM LIVESSyria condemns the occupation’s crime in Gaza, calls on international community to stop massacres in the Strip

Israeli enemy warplanes flew over the southern Lebanese skies on Thursday morning, while the enemy’s reconnaissance aircraft continued night flights until Thursday morning over villages in the western and central sectors, reaching the outskirts of the…

Israeli enemy warplanes flew over the southern Lebanese skies on Thursday morning, while the enemy’s reconnaissance aircraft continued night flights until Thursday morning over villages in the western and central sectors, reaching the outskirts of the city of the southern city of Tyre, amidst continued dropping of flares above the border villages adjacent to the Blue Line in the south.

Also, gunfire from machine guns was reported at dawn, towards the outskirts of the southern town of Ayta Al- Shaab in the central sector from positions adjacent to the town.

The enemy aircraft also raided three times overnight on areas between the town of Kafra and Seddiqine, targeting several houses, resulting in the death of two civilians from the town of Kafra: Hussein Ali Hamdan and his wife Manar Ahmad Abbadi, owners of the targeted house, and injuring more than 14 civilians who were transferred to hospitals in the city of Tyre. The enemy shelling also caused significant damage to properties and infrastructure, especiall
y electricity and water networks.

It is worth mentioning that this is the third raid that the town of Seddiqine has been subjected to within two days, targeting houses deep within the town. Warplanes also raided the outskirts of the town of Zaloutieh after midnight, with damages limited to material losses.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

Syria strongly condemned the brutal crime committed by the Israeli occupation today against Palestinians who were waiting to receive food aid west of Gaza City, noting that most countries and peoples of the world protested against the continuation of genocide in Gaza as the International Court of Justice issued obligatory orders to stop the Israeli massacres, but the US-backed occupation entity confirms that it will not comply with international legitimacy, international law or international humanitarian law.

‘The racist Zionist entity has once again revealed its bloody and fascist face through the massacres it has been committing for approximately five months against innocent Palestinian women, children and the elderly, and this morning its fascist forces committed a massacre against the Palestinians who were waiting for weeks humanitarian aid trucks to arrive in southwest Gaza, which claimed the lives of more than 100 while about 1,000 were wounded,’ Foreign and Expatriates Ministry said in a statement Thu
rsday.

The Ministry stressed that Syria, which stood by the Palestinian people in Gaza Strip and the West Bank, affirms once again its strong condemnation of the criminals of the Israeli occupation and the crimes they commit, and calls on its supporters to stop this massacre immediately, otherwise they will be an integral part of the humanitarian catastrophe committed by the occupation and all those who support it.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

Syria, Mauritania discuss boosting bilateral parliamentary ties

Speaker of the People’s Assembly, Hammouda Sabbagh, stressed the depth of Syrian-Mauritanian relations and the importance of strengthening them in various fields, especially at the parliamentary level in the two States.

Meeting today with the newly-a…


Speaker of the People’s Assembly, Hammouda Sabbagh, stressed the depth of Syrian-Mauritanian relations and the importance of strengthening them in various fields, especially at the parliamentary level in the two States.

Meeting today with the newly-appointed Sidi Ould Doumane, the Ambassador of Mauritania in Damascus, on the occasion of assuming his duties, Sabbagh called for achieving significant progress in parliamentary relations in terms of exchanging experiences, intensifying visits, and cooperating in all joint regional and international forums in a way that benefits both sides.

The Mauritanian ambassador hailed Syria’s positions and steadfastness, along with its historical and pivotal role in supporting just Arab causes, most notably the rights of the Palestinian people, attaching great importance to developing bilateral cooperation in various fields.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

Dozens martyrs in ongoing Israeli aggression for 146th day on Gaza Strip

Dozens of Palestinians were martyred Thursday as the Israeli occupation forces bombed Gaza City and the Nuseirat and Bureij camps in the center of the war-ravaged Gaza Strip for the 146th day of the ongoing aggression.

Palestinian media reported that…


Dozens of Palestinians were martyred Thursday as the Israeli occupation forces bombed Gaza City and the Nuseirat and Bureij camps in the center of the war-ravaged Gaza Strip for the 146th day of the ongoing aggression.

Palestinian media reported that the occupation forces bombed the Nuseirat and Bureij camps with air and artillery, causing the martyrdom of 25 people, the majority of whom were children and women, and the injury of others, in addition to the presence of dozens of people missing under the rubble.

The occupation forces also bombed Palestinians waiting for aid trucks near the Nabulsi Junction, west of Gaza City, resulting in dozens of martyrs and wounded.

Meanwhile, the occupation artillery intensified its bombardment of the city of Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, where 5 Palestinians were martyred, in addition to the death of others who were unable to be reached by ambulance crews due to the intensity of the bombing by the occupation forces.

Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

CONTINUED ENEMY AIRSTRIKES IN SOUTHERN LEBANON CLAIM LIVES

Israeli enemy warplanes flew over the southern Lebanese skies on Thursday morning, while the enemy’s reconnaissance aircraft continued night flights until Thursday morning over villages in the western and central sectors, reaching the outskirts of the…


Israeli enemy warplanes flew over the southern Lebanese skies on Thursday morning, while the enemy’s reconnaissance aircraft continued night flights until Thursday morning over villages in the western and central sectors, reaching the outskirts of the city of the southern city of Tyre, amidst continued dropping of flares above the border villages adjacent to the Blue Line in the south.

Also, gunfire from machine guns was reported at dawn, towards the outskirts of the southern town of Ayta Al- Shaab in the central sector from positions adjacent to the town.

The enemy aircraft also raided three times overnight on areas between the town of Kafra and Seddiqine, targeting several houses, resulting in the death of two civilians from the town of Kafra: Hussein Ali Hamdan and his wife Manar Ahmad Abbadi, owners of the targeted house, and injuring more than 14 civilians who were transferred to hospitals in the city of Tyre. The enemy shelling also caused significant damage to properties and infrastructure, especiall
y electricity and water networks.

It is worth mentioning that this is the third raid that the town of Seddiqine has been subjected to within two days, targeting houses deep within the town. Warplanes also raided the outskirts of the town of Zaloutieh after midnight, with damages limited to material losses.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon

DOZENS OF PEOPLE KILLED IN ONGOING ISRAELI AIRSTRIKES IN CENTRAL GAZA

At least 25 civilians, the majority of whom were children and women, were killed today in a series of Israeli aerial and artillery strikes at al-Nuseirat and Bureij camps in the central Gaza Strip.

Medical sources reported that 25 civilians were kill…


At least 25 civilians, the majority of whom were children and women, were killed today in a series of Israeli aerial and artillery strikes at al-Nuseirat and Bureij camps in the central Gaza Strip.

Medical sources reported that 25 civilians were killed and several others injured as Israeli airstrikes targeted al-Nuseirat and Bureij camps in the central Gaza Strip.

Ambulance and civil crews retrieved the bodies of the 25 persons from under the rubble of several inhabited homes that were bombed in the ongoing airstrikes.

Simultaneously, scores of civilians are still missing under the rubble as a result of the Israeli bombardment of multiple residential squares in the central Gaza Strip.

The Israeli artillery also continued to intensively bombed Khan Yunis in the south of the Gaza Strip.

Meanwhile, the European Hospital received the bodies of five people killed by Israeli shelling. Ambulances were unable to reach the targeted locations due to the ongoing Israeli artillery shelling as well as drone-fired sho
ts at anything in motion in the Al-Satar area and near the vicinity of the Nasser Medical Complex.

The number of civilians killed since the start of the Israeli aggression on Gaza on October 7 has risen to 29,878, mostly women and children. At least 70,215 others were injured.

Source: National News Agency – Lebanon