KUALA LUMPUR – The Palestinian people hope that theinternational community will interfere to stop Israeli violence against them, which did not spare even innocent toddlers.
“We want the international community to speak and stand together against Israeli violence to human rights,” Palestine Ambassador to Malaysia, Dr Anwar Al Agha told Bernama at the embassy here, today.
The embassy held a book of condolence signing for the 18-month Ali Saad Dawabsha who became the latest victim of Israeli settlers violence, which according to news reports was burnt to death in his family’s house in the Israeli occupied West Bank on July 31.
Other members of his family were also severely burnt in the Jewish settlersâ€™ attack on their home in the village of Duma, near Nablus.
Anwar said the Palestinian people were very angry over the incident and urged the Israeli government to take responsibility.
“We, as the Palestinian people are very angry on what happened to this innocent baby and this is part of Jewish settlers’ attack on Palestinians.
“We want the Israeli government to stop settlers from resorting to brutal attack against our people,” he said. – BERNAMA