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[LISTEN] Israel Violating Gaza Seize Fire Conditions, Targeting Chocolate Bars & More on the Palestine Report with Hafez Ebrahim Moosa

Aug 23, 2021

Faizel Patel – 23/08/2021

Palestinians are being frustrated by Israel in their quest to rebuild their lives after the latest Gaza war

Hafez Moosa was speaking to Radio Islam during the Palestine Report on Monday.

Palestinian resistance groups in Gaza say since the seize fire in May, Israel has not abided by conditions set out after the conflict.

Hafez Moosa says Gazan’s frustrations are boiling over.

“Palestinian resistance groups in the Gaza strip saying that since the seize fire in May, Israel is not abiding by conditions, particularly with regards to it’s continuation of the siege and preventing reconstruction in the Gaza strip. According to the Palestinian resistance factions, this is a hostile act and a major provocation against the Palestinian people.”

Hafez Moosa says as a result, Palestinians have escalated protests along the frontier that separates Gaza from historic Palestine.

“On Saturday we saw a major protest in which Israel used live ammunition against Palestinian protestors. This protest was called to commemorate the 52nd anniversary of the burning of Masjid-al-Aqsa, 41 Palestinians were injured in that.”

Hafez Moosa also shared updates about Israel’s view on the latest development’s in Afghanistan and the Taliban’s takeover and Israel targeting chocolate bars.

(Twitter: @FaizelPatel143)

 

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