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Condemnation on brutal Israeli attack on Palestinian people adopted in parliament

  • Over 8,000 people killed
  • Around 200,000 people displaced
  • Lawmakers also sharply criticized the role of the BNP
Update : 30 Oct 2023, 11:53 PM

Lawmakers including the treasury and opposition benches on Monday condemned the brutal attack by the Israeli occupation forces on the Palestine Muslim people as over 8,000 people have already been killed and 200,000 displaced due to the attack in last 23 days since October 7.
The condemnation motion was seconded unanimously by the lawmakers and adopted by voice votes in the parliament while ruling party lawmaker Abul Hasan Mahmud Ali of Dinajpur-4 came up with a general proposal at the Jatiya Sangsad here under Section 147 of the rules of procedure of the Jatiya Sangsad with Speaker Dr Shirin Sharmin Chaudhury in the chair.
The lawmakers also sharply criticized the role of the BNP as they so far did not protest the brutal Israeli attack on the Palestinian Muslim people where almost 70% of innocent children have been killed due to the heinous attack by the Jewish state.

At the same time, the lawmakers also urged all the Muslim nations to be united and come forward on behalf of the legal rights of the repressed Palestinian people to stop the Israeli brutal attack immediately.

Participating in the discussion, the leader of the Jatiya Sangsad and Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina urged the world community to assist the Palestinians for establishing their legal rights.

"The civilized people across the world have observed the brutal Israeli attack on the innocent Palestinians for the last three weeks since October 7, but the Western community, led by the US, are nakedly patronizing the Israeli government which is totally violation of human rights", said Minister of Foreign Affairs AK Abdul Momen.

But Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina has protested for the first time of such brutality committed by the Israeli military forces on the people of Gaza, he said. The prime minister also raised the Palestinian issue at the International forum and urged them to stand beside these repressed people.

Criticizing the role of BNP-Jammat, Information and Broadcasting Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud said the BNP is yet to lodge any protest against the barbaric attack on the Palestinian nation and they have torched an ambulance on Saturday at Rajarbagh Hospital in the city in line with the Israeli attack on a Hospital.

The Western world often raised its voice on behalf of democracy and human rights, but they are now surprisingly silent on the Gaza attack, he said.

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