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Israeli Envoy: UNSC Must Condemn Hamas for War Crimes

Israeli Envoy: UNSC Must Condemn Hamas for War Crimes

The protesters were killed as the USA opened its new embassy in Jerusalem.

Safadi said the Israeli practices and the lack of a solution to the conflict worsen the situation and increase despair, which results in more violence and extremism and called on the worldwide community to shoulder its legal and moral responsibilities to protect the Palestinians.

The United States opened its new Israel embassy in Jerusalem on Monday.

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The representative blamed the deaths of a reported 60 Palestinians on Monday exclusively on Hamas "incitement" to attack the Gaza-Israel border and said the group was "pleased" by the scale of confrontations, in which over 2,700 people were wounded, according to the Palestinian authorities.

In the headquarters of the Egyptian intelligence Haniyeh made clear that, if the situation continues to deteriorate, Israel will go to the targeted killings of Hamas leaders with the acquiescence of Egypt and other Arab countries, which in this case will be limited to declarative protest.




The Arab League called Thursday for an worldwide probe into what it denounced as "crimes" by Israeli forces during deadly clashes on the border between the Gaza Strip and Israel.

Israel and the United States have resisted such calls, with the U.S. vetoing a Security Council statement this week calling for the establishment of an independent inquiry into the clashes.

In a statement which has been quoted by BBC, Trudeau said Canada is "gravely concerned by the violence in the Gaza Strip that has led to a tragic loss of life and injured countless people".

"It's disappointing that our prime minister did not condemn Hamas in his statement".

Since March 30, Palestinians have been holding mass rallies near the Gaza Strip border, known as the Great March of Return. "So for us, they're all child deaths that should have been avoided".

The European Union objected to the embassy move.