The Arab League on Wednesday strongly condemned the incursion of the Israeli Army into the Jenin refugee camp, in the West Bank, in which six Palestinians died, which it described as “a new massacre” and “State terrorism”.
“This new bloody massacre, the fourth since the beginning of 2023, is framed in the context of the open warfare of the ultra-right (Israeli) government and its racism-inciting ministers,” said Deputy Secretary General of the League for Palestine Affairs, Sayed Abu Ali, according to a statement from the pan-Arab body.
It also considered that it is “an extension of the continuous and systematic massacres and crimes against the Palestinian people in the occupied territories.”
Likewise, it denounced the “assaults by the Jewish settlers on the Esplanade of the Mosques” in East Jerusalem, in addition to “the barbaric attacks (by the settlers) against the life and property of Palestinian citizens, in continuation of the practice of terrorism of State”. Israeli forces entered the Jenin refugee camp, a stronghold of Palestinian resistance, on Tuesday.