Pakistan observes ‘Palestine Day’ in solidarity with residents of Gaza strip

Pakistan observes ‘Palestine Day’ in solidarity with residents of Gaza strip Pakistan observes ‘Palestine Day’ in solidarity with residents of Gaza strip

Islamabad: Palestine Day is being observed across the country today in solidarity with the Palestinians and in full condemnation of Israeli atrocities in Gaza.

According to details, the Pakistan Ulema Council had appealed to celebrate Palestine Day in view of ongoing Israeli bombardment in Gaza strip.

On this day, Israeli atrocities against the Palestinian people are being along with the critical situation in Gaza. Scholars will also consider the future strategy regarding the recent Israeli aggression on Palestine.

In addition, Prime Minister Imran Khan telephoned Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, and discussed the current situation in Palestine.

Imran Khan strongly condemned Israeli attacks at Al-Aqsa Mosque and atrocities against innocent Palestinians while assuring that the Pakistani leadership is standing by the Palestinians in these difficult times.

Prime Minister Imran Khan reiterated Pakistan's continued support for the rights of Palestinians and their just struggle.

Israel has threatened Gaza with ground attack amid airstrikes as conflict grows.

According to details, the death toll in Gaza has reached 113 including women and 31 children. Meanwhile Israel has deployed army personnel and tanks near the besieged Gaza strip.

Israel continued to bombard Gaza strip with air strikes and artillery shells, ignoring appeals from across the world for calm, as it stepped up the deployment of troops and tanks near the besieged Palestinian enclave.

Israeli forces are have targeted police headquarters and security buildings in Gaza as they launched a series of air raids on various locations. It is said to be the most intense airstrikes in Gaza since the bombardment in 2014.

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