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Egypt’s Al-Azhar condemns Israel’s murder of Palestinian mother of 6

Al-Azhar, Egypt’s highest Islamic body, yesterday condemned Israel’s killing of a Palestinian mother of six.

The body slammed what it described as the “brutality of the occupation soldiers and deliberate killing of a woman.”

Al-Azhar’s remarks came after the Palestinian Ministry of Health said on Sunday that 47-year-old Ghada Sbatein, was shot dead by Israeli occupation forces near the occupied city of Bethlehem.

47-year-old Ghada Sbatein, was shot dead by Israeli occupation forces near the occupied city of Bethlehem
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“The occupation soldiers, with their brutality, did not observe the sanctity of the holy month of Ramadan,” Al-Azhar added, noting that the Israeli attacks were a “dangerous escalation.”

It called on the international community “to intervene to stop these recurring crimes immediately.”

On its part, the Palestinian Foreign Ministry described the murder as a “crime against humanity,” and called for “international protection.”

READ: Israel kills 2 Palestinian women, one man in West Bank

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