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Hezbollah Condemns Aggression on Gaza: Resistance Only Way to Retrieve Rights

Press Release – Hezbollah lashed out on Thursday at the Zionist aggression on the Gaza Strip against innocent civilians that killed so far more than 70 people and injured dozens.

“This criminal aggression is a continuation of the ongoing Zionist war on the Palestinian people since before the establishment of the occupying entity and the seizure of the land and rights,” Hezbollah said in a statement.

“This Israeli war witnesses every time a new escalation to reflect the enemy’s criminal spirit that  serves its obnoxious settlement projects,” the statement read.
“It is a shame that all this murder, sabotage and destruction occur amid the silence of the so-called the international community, and amid deeper and more bitter silence of Arab regimes that did nothing in the face of this crime that goes beyond all limits,” Hezbollah stressed.

The statement pointed out that “the Zionist enemy kills children, women and elders, and destroys homes and institutions in the harshest destruction waged against the Gaza Strip ever since many years ago.”
Hezbollah salutes the factions of the Palestinian resistance with “best regards” for remaining steadfast and firm in the face of the Zionist killing machine.

Stressing that “the enemy could not break the will of the resistance of the oppressed and hero Palestinian people,” Hezbollah honored them for their courage, steadfastness and resistance, underlying that “the resistance approach has proved to be the only road that leads to the pride, dignity, victory and retrieval of rights.

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