Alvi writes letter to Palestinian president, assures support 

By: News Desk
Published: 02:15 PM, 13 May, 2021
Alvi writes letter to Palestinian president, assures support 
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President Arif Alvi wrote a letter to President State of Palestine Mahmoud Abbas and conveyed deep sadness and concern over the series of violent attacks perpetrated by Israeli occupying forces against innocent worshippers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque during the holy month of Ramadan, reported 24NewsHD TV channel.

The letter reads, “Your Pakistani brothers and sisters, including myself, share your pain and distress caused by Israel's indiscriminate killing of innocent Palestinians, including children, in Gaza. We express our profound sympathies and condolences for the victims of these attacks and pray for speedy recovery of the injured.”

Pakistan strongly condemned Israel's violence and illegal actions against Palestinians that are against humanitarian norms, human rights and international law. 

President Arif Alvi assured the Palestine President of Pakistan’s efforts in mobilizing the international community for the Palestinian cause and to continue raising voice for the Palestinian people.

Alvi also reaffirmed Pakistan's abiding support for a just settlement of the Palestine issue in accordance with the relevant UN Security Council Resolutions and for establishment of an independent, viable, and contiguous Palestinian State, with pre-1967 borders, with Al Quds Al Sharif as its capital.

Pakistani President also prayed for the blessings of Allah Almighty for Mehmood Abbas and the people of Palestine.

In a latest, Israeli fighter jets have attacked high-rise buildings and other targets in the Gaza Strip as Palestinians in the besieged enclave woke up on Thursday to mark the Eid al-Fitr religious holiday under relentless aerial bombardment.

Since the Israeli offensive began late on Monday, Gaza’s health ministry says at least 69 people, including 17 children, have been killed. More than 390 others have been wounded.