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US, allies sacrificing intl. peace, human rights for sake of Israel’s interests: Iran​

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US Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) (L) talks with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) during a rally with fellow Democrats before voting on H.R. 1, or the People Act, on the East Steps of the US Capitol on March 08, 2019 in Washington, DC. (AFP photo)

A Palestinian man holds the remains of his mother wrapped in a blanket amid the rubble of a building destroyed in an Israeli strike on the Bureij refugee camp in the central Gaza Strip on November 2, 2023. (Photo by AFP)
The spokesman for the Iranian Foreign Ministry has strongly condemned the deadly Israeli airstrike against Bureij refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, stating that the United States and its allies have sacrificed international peace and human rights for the sake of Israel’s interests.
“It is glaringly evident that the United States, alongside a limited number of countries, has effectively taken hostage the #UnitedNations and the Security Council, prioritizing the interests of the racist and criminal Israeli regime at the expense of international peace, security, and #HumanRights,” Nasser Kan’ani wrote in a post published on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Thursday evening.
Gazan authorities say at least 15 people have been killed in a Thursday Israeli air strike on the Bureij camp, located in the center of the Gaza Strip. A spokesperson for Gaza Civil Defense said the strike hit a residential building, and residents reported scores of people trapped beneath the rubble.
The air strike came as the regime continues relentless attacks that have so far claimed the lives of at least 9,000 Palestinians, mostly women and children, in the Gaza Strip.
Kan'ani stressed that supporters of Israel are complicit in its "war crimes" in Gaza. “The culpability of the authorities within these governments is as substantial as that of the Zionist regime in the perpetration of these egregious war crimes in Gaza, necessitating their accountability.”
The top Iranian diplomat highlighted that the Israeli strike on Bureij refugee camp, marking the third bombing of a camp in as many days, “vividly showcases the depth of the atrocities and loss of life.”
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Hamas says the Israeli regime is engaged in committing "massacre of the century" in the Gaza Strip.
“The overwhelming majority of countries, governments, and global nations are calling for an immediate cessation of hostilities and an end to the wanton and destructive assaults perpetrated by the Zionist regime against the defenseless Gazans.
“Notably, this plea is echoed universally, save for the American government and a select few European governments, persistently engaging in interventions under the false pretext of championing human rights,” Kan’ani said.
Bureij refugee camp situated in central Gaza is home to about 46,000 Palestinian refugees, who are registered with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA).
This comes as the US House of Representatives has passed a plan to provide $14.3 billion in aid to Israel, despite Democrats in the Senate saying it had no chance of passing, and the White House promising to veto it.
The plan passed by 226 to 196, with mostly Republicans voting in favor and Democrats voting against. It was the first major legislation to be brought forward under new Republican Speaker Mike Johnson.
President Joe Biden has asked Congress to approve a wider $106bn emergency package including funding for Israel, Taiwan and Ukraine. However, Republican lawmakers were keen to separate the issue of aid to Israel.
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Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer, majority leader of the Senate, said he would not bring the bill up for a vote.
The $14.3bn in funds include billions for Israel's military, including $4bn for procurement of Israel's Iron Dome and David's Sling defense systems to counter Palestinian retaliatory rocket attacks.
The brutal war that the Israeli regime has been waging against the besieged Gaza Strip since October 7 has so far claimed the lives of nearly 9,061 people, including 3,700 children and more than 2,300 women.
The regime launched the war after Gaza's resistance groups conducted Operation al-Aqsa Storm, their biggest operation against the occupying entity in years.

Biden doesn't even know where he is going

F around find out

All they do is talk, talk and talk
Than cry when you respond to all their shit talk

The worst they can do is hide in their caves, use human shields, cry when you respond to their transgressions

Rinse and repeat

Pussios didn't say one word against Iran for deporting 5 million Afghans including legal ones but talk to us like we owe them something, they along with pajests make my blood boil
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Mullah Yaqub accuses Islamabad of not sending Afghan refugees with due dignity they deserve
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Amid Pakistan's ongoing drive to deport illegal immigrants, including Afghan nationals, a purported audio clip has emerged, where the Acting Defense Minister of the Taliban government, Mullah Muhammad Yaqub Mujahid, has issued a stern warning to Pakistan, urging them to consider the consequences of their deportation efforts before taking “unilateral actions”.

In the audio clip, Mujahid called on the Pakistani authorities not to mistreat Afghan nationals and accused them of seizing the personal property and assets of Afghan citizens. He emphasized that such actions would be questioned and that the Taliban would use all their resources to prevent it, vowing not to allow anyone to confiscate the personal property of Afghan refugees, Tolo News reported.

Furthermore, Mullah Mujahid urged the international community, the United Nations, and other organisations to exert pressure on Pakistan to bring an end to the current situation concerning the refugees. He criticised Pakistan for not ensuring that Afghan refugees are sent back to their homeland with the dignity they deserve.

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"Even though it sends the refugees to their country, they [refugees] should be sent to the country with dignity and return to their homeland," he stated. The Afghan minister expressed concerns that the ongoing situation was severely damaging the relations between Afghanistan and Pakistan.

“So, the Pakistani regime should think of the consequences of whatever it is doing. It should plant as much as it will be able to reap,” he asserted.

Pakistan's northwestern border crossing has been flooded with thousands of people looking to cross into Afghanistan after the government’s deadline expired for undocumented foreigners to leave or face expulsion on November 1.

Read More: ‘Nefarious plot’ to sabotage deportation of illegal Afghans exposed

Pakistani authorities had begun rounding up undocumented foreigners, most of them Afghans, hours before Wednesday's deadline. More than a million Afghans could have to leave or face arrest and forcible expulsion as a result of the ultimatum delivered by the Pakistan government a month ago.

Scrambling to cope with the sudden influx, the Taliban-run administration in Afghanistan said temporary transit camps had been set up, and food and medical assistance would be provided, but relief agencies reported dire conditions across the border.
Is chutyia main zara si be sharam hoti to he should have himself said to send all Afghans back as Pakistan is hosting them since decades but no. The funny thing is that Pakistan is brought to a point that even Afghanistan threatens it routinely.
The government should work out a working solution with the interim government in Afghanistan and signatories of the Qatar accord. A mechanism of buffer zone inside Afghanistan should be explored for hosting the displaced people from Pakistan.
We have no right to disrespect anybody however we cannot because nice and plead to foreign nations like “Please Allah Ka wasta aap wapis chalain jayen”.

We have hosted them for decades, some of them are very good citizens now but many of them hate us despite earning their bread and butter from the same country. I think it is a good decision to deport them. I hope they stay in their beloved country and wish them best of luck
Its true, the morons on borders are looting them before letting them cross. Cash, gold and other valuables are confiscated, we all know how much these mofos love money.
The morons commenting here have no idea, go to torkham or other border n see how they r treating them, khud bc foreign visa k liye g bhi deinge Pakistani, a little racism n they will shout, whine and cry but see their real ugly face when it comes to afghans. No wonder this country is a shithole and laughing stock of the world.
Why the hate towards Punjabis? Is it because the Sikhs smashed them in historic battles?
Mullah Yaqoob should invade Islamabad and rid Pakistan of these traitor
Mullah Yaqub would slit your throat and make concubines of every woman in your family, if you lived in Pakistan that is. No wonder you are being so sensational.
Afghans are able to vent their anger and frustration at Pakistan because they know very well Pakistan cannot and will not respond with bombs and bullets. Pakistan has become a very passive nation and allows others to bully it. It's been like this for nearly 2 decades now.

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