Will Israelis respect Gaza ceasefire?


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A fragile truce is holding following the Israeli occupation regime’s latest wave of aggression on Palestine’s besieged Gaza Strip.

The Egyptian brokered ceasefire came into effect late last night.

Resistance group Islamic Jihad’s leader Ziad al-Nakhala says the Israeli enemy failed to impose any of its conditions during this battle, adding that the occupying entity wanted to eradicate the military wing Al-Quds Brigades, but that it emerged victorious and more powerful.

Palestinians know that the path to their freedom is a long and difficult one.

Palestinian activist, Mu’tee Abu Musabeh says that their pain endures even as the Israeli bombs have fallen silent.

His comments come as 44 Palestinians have been murdered in Gaza in just three days of Zionist bombing of the region.

Abu Musabeh says that the Israelis’ are trying to show their strength to their supporters, despite the massive political failures.

The Zionist lobby has yet again taken issue with South Africa’s stance on apartheid Israel.

The SA Jewish Board of Deputies (Sajbod) is now claiming that International Relations and Cooperation Minister Naledi Pandor has little sympathy for Jewish lives following her denunciation of Israel’s deadly aggression on the besieged Gaza Strip.

Sajbod further claims apartheid Israel is defending itself against so called violent Islamist extremism.

This as Palestine’s Islamic Jihad responded to the Israeli attacks by firing at rockets at the illegal settlements – a natural response.


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