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Pakistan 'disappointed' at Israel resuming bombing of Gaza

Pakistan 'disappointed' at Israel resuming bombing of Gaza

 
- Islamabad says temporary pause offered crucial respite to suffering people of Gaza, allowed exchange of prisoners
 

By Islamuddin Sajid

ISLAMABAD (AA) – Pakistan on Friday said it is "disappointed" after Israel resumed bombing of the besieged Gaza.

Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Mumtaz Zahra Baloch said the temporary pause offered a "crucial respite" to the suffering people of Gaza and allowed an exchange of prisoners.

“We are disappointed that after a brief pause, Israel has restarted bombing the Palestinian people,” the spokeswoman said at a weekly press briefing.

Pakistan reiterates its call for a durable and sustained cease-fire to enable the supply of humanitarian assistance, urgent medical aid to the injured, and shelter to those who have been displaced as a result of an indiscriminate and inhumane bombing campaign by Israeli occupation forces, said Baloch.

She strongly condemned the Israeli raid on the Jenin refugee camp and acts of violence and repression against the returning prisoners and their families.

At least 32 Palestinians were killed and several others injured as Israel resumed attacks in various areas of the Gaza Strip within three hours of the pause ending early on Friday, according to the Health Ministry in the enclave.

 
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