Iran's Media Condemn Israel's Genocide of Palestinians in Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- Hundreds of Iranian media condemned the "unprecedented" killing of civilians and reporters in Gaza by the Israeli regime since early October.
The Iranian media expressed their support for all freedom-seeking journalists across the world.
Some 700 Iranian news agencies, newspapers, news centers and publications issued a statement on Friday, calling for an immediate end to the Tel Aviv regime's atrocities.
They slammed the martyrdom of 50 reporters in Gaza and the intentional targeting of their houses by the Israeli regime which has in several cases led to the killing of their family members.
The Iranian journalists offered their condolences to all freedom-seeking people in the world over Israel's genocide in Gaza.
They expressed hope that collective efforts would prevent the world from overlooking Israel's inhumane measures and lead to the return of the Palestinian lands to their true owners.
Israel's criminal acts against Palestinians in Gaza have once again proved the "autocratic" nature of the fake Israeli regime and the brutality of its supporters, the statement read.
It emphasized that people in Gaza would achieve the final victory in their battle against the Israeli regime.
Following the multi-front attack by Hamas, Israel carried out heavy bombardment across the Gaza Strip, killing at least 12,000 Palestinians, including at least 5,000 children and over 3,300 women, and wounding over 30,000 others, and levelling entire neighbourhoods. Tel Aviv has also imposed a "complete siege" on Gaza, cutting off food, electricity, fuel and water supplies. The move has plunged the blockaded territory into a humanitarian crisis.
The Gaza Health Ministry has confirmed that the healthcare system in the besieged territory has “totally collapsed due to the Israeli war”.
The Gaza Health Ministry has confirmed that the healthcare system in the besieged territory has “totally collapsed due to the Israeli war”. Dozens of hospitals and tens of medical centers are out of service due to Israeli raids, according to the enclave's health ministry. The UN agencies have also warned that the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip is "catastrophic", calling for more international help as conditions deteriorate in the densely populated besieged enclave.
Tehran says the history of the apartheid regime is full of assassinations, massacre, torture and killing of Palestinian kids, and described Tel Aviv regime's atrocities and massacre of Palestinian women and children as indicative of the destitute of Zionists. Iranian officials say the Tel Aviv regime has been struggling for more than 70 years to exit its identity crisis which has been mixed with genocide, plunder, forced displacement and scores of other inhumane moves.