Iranian Jews slam Israel over Gaza

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Iranian Jews express their solidarity with the Palestinians and the victims of the tragic incidents of Gaza. Iranian Jews Society has condemned Israeli attacks on Palestinians in Gaza which have so far killed over 281 people in two consecutive days.

The Israelis showed that they do not abide by any civil and human laws, the society said in a statement released on Sunday.

Meaningful silence of the international community towards Israel’s atrocities shows that there is an urgent need for a new plan for fighting against oppression and retrieving the rights of the oppressed people, the statement added.

The UN Security Council on Sunday failed to force an end to Israeli attacks against Gazans because the United States vetoed the anti-Israeli resolution sought by the UNSC members.

The US, a staunch ally to Israel, has so far vetoed over 40 anti-Israeli resolutions sought by the council since 1972.

Iranian Jews express their solidarity with the Palestinians and the victims of the tragic incidents of Gaza, it said.

The Iranian Jews reaffirm that the inhuman behavior of the Zionist regime contradicts the religious teachings of Prophet Moses (PBUH), according to the statement.

Head of Jewish societies of Tehran, Shiraz, Isfahan, Kermanshah and Yazd have undersigned the statement.

At least 281 people have been killed and 800 others wounded during two days of Israel’s air strikes on Gaza.

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