Islamabad: The National Assembly passed a unanimous resolution on Monday expressing its deep concern over the increasing oppression and cruelty imposed by the Israeli apartheid regime on the Palestinian people.
The resolution proposed by Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi strongly condemned Israel’s systematic and institutionalized oppression and rule of the Palestinian people. It also condemned the systematic and cruel deprivation, exclusion and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people.
It condemned the attacks of the apartheid Israeli regime on the followers of the Al-Aqsa Mosque during Ramadan and tried to stop Azan. It condemns and rejects the continued practice of apartheid, which violates the Fourth Geneva Convention to expand settlements through forced expulsion.
The death toll from the Israeli attack on the blocked Gaza Strip on Monday rose to 198, including 40 women and 58 children.
The grim figures include 58 children and 40 women, while more than 1,300 people were injured in the offensive.
Before dawn, in just a few minutes, dozens of Israeli strikes bombed the crowded Palestinian coastal zone. Local authorities said that a strong explosion occurred in Gaza City and the fire lifted into the air, causing widespread power outages and damaging hundreds of buildings.
Since May 10, the Israeli military has launched air strikes in the Gaza Strip, leaving traces of mass destruction throughout the seaside territory.