‘Heartbreaking, Barbaric attacks’; Mahira Khan reacts to latest Israeli violence in Gaza

‘Heartbreaking, Barbaric attacks’; Mahira Khan reacts to latest Israeli violence in Gaza ‘Heartbreaking, Barbaric attacks’; Mahira Khan reacts to latest Israeli violence in Gaza

Karachi: Pakistan acclaimed actress, Mahira Khan has joined the list of celebrities who are speaking up against Israel’s atrocities in Palestine.

Taking to twitter, the 36-year old actress shared a heartbreaking video of the situation in Palestine and captioned it,

“Heartbreaking!! Barbaric attacks.. Even worse those who remain silent. #PalestinianLivesMatter,” she wrote.

In another tweet, she urged people to term Israel’s atrocious attacks as terrorism.

At least 36 Palestinians, including 10 children, have been killed as Israel bombardment of Gaza escalates.

According to details, the Israeli military has continued its airstrikes on Gaza, targeting several areas after rockets were fired from the enclave.

It is said to be the most intense airstrikes in Gaza since the bombardment in 2014.

Following the bombardment from Israel, Hamas also launched rockets from the coastal territory towards Israel as a result of which five people were killed. Loud booms and air-raid sirens were heard across targeted cities, which included Tel Aviv, Ashkelon, Modiin, and Beersheba.

The Gaza-based Palestinian group, Hamas, has vowed to hit Israeli targets in retaliation against air strikes on Gaza Strip and the police attack on Palestinian worshippers at Al Aqsa Mosque.

The rocket fire came after Hamas, which rules Gaza, issued a warning to demanding Israel to stand down its security forces from the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem following days of violence against Palestinians.

Israeli police, in its latest act of violence, stormed the compound on Monday for a third consecutive day, firing rubber-coated steel rounds, stun grenades and tear gas at Palestinian worshippers inside the mosque in the final days of the holy month of Ramadan.

More than 700 Palestinians were injured in Jerusalem and across the occupied West Bank in recent weeks.

 

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