The Media Review Network condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the latest Zionist massacre of indigenous Palestinians in the West Bank City of Nablus.
Hot on the heels of the Jenin Massacre in January, the settler colonial entity known as Israel yesterday committed yet another massacre.
Eleven Palestinians were mercilessly gunned down defending their city from the Zionist aggressors in what is now becoming a full-blown genocide and ethnic cleansing of native inhabitants of Palestine.
With the tacit support and approval of Western countries and their preferred Bantustan government in Zionist-occupied Palestine, Israel shows no regard for the sanctity of Palestinian life.
The Nablus raid was one of the deadliest Israeli operations in the occupied West Bank since the second Intifada. Yesterday’s death on Wednesday surpassed that of an Israeli attack last month in Jenin.
Time-stamped security footage that was widely shared online also showed two unarmed young men, apparently being shot as they ran in the street. Gunshots are heard, and both fall to the ground.
The Media Review Network unequivocally supports the right of indigenous Palestinians to take up arms to liberate their homeland from the Zionist entity. Like MK in apartheid South Africa, an armed struggle is an indispensable tool for Palestinian freedom fighters aiming to rid Palestine of the Zionist cancer.
We also call upon the South African government to act with haste by breaking of all diplomatic and economic relations with the settler colonial government occupying Palestine.
Unofficial downgrades and empty rhetoric on a two-state solution (in reality a two-state delusion) add no value to the Palestinian quest for liberation.
Dr. Ahmed Haroon Jazbhay
Media Review Network
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