Protests and sit-ins continued in Lebanon with the closure of roads schools and banks in some areas

Beirut,ST - Sit-ins and demonstrations continued  today in some Lebanese areas with the closure of roads, universities, schools, and banks, demanding better living conditions and accountability for corrupt people.

In Beirut, the roads linking the capital to the south through Sidon and Khaldeh and the airport road are still closed to cars. Khalda  Aramoun road was closed due to burning tires this morning in addition to several roads inside Beirut.

According to the Traffic Control Chamber, several roads were closed in various areas in Lebanon -at the same time universities, public and private schools and banks were also closed.

Maliki calls for the accountability of the occupation entity for its crimes against the Palestinians

Occupied al-Quds, (ST) - Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki renewed his call on the international community to take urgent steps to hold the Israeli occupation entity accountable for its attacks and ongoing crimes against Palestinians.


Al-Maliki said in a statement broadcast by Wafa news agency today that the occupation authorities carried out a blatant aggression against our people in the Gaza Strip, which resulted in the death of 34 Palestinians and the wounding of more than 113 others, stressing the need to hold Israeli officials accountable for their crimes against the Palestinian people in the International Criminal Court.

With the participation of Syria, the activities of the International Islamic Unity Conference are launched in Tehran

On November 14, the 33rd International Islamic Unity Conference kicked off in Tehran with the participation of delegations from 93 countries, including a delegation from Syria.

The Syrian delegation is headed by the Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Trust Dr. Mohammad Abdul Sattar Al-Sayyed and in the presence of Syrian Ambassador to Tehran Adnan Mahmoud.

More than 500 participants in the Islamic Unity Conference will discuss the challenges facing the Islamic world and the pivotal issues of its countries, particularly the Palestinian issue.

Grosbic: The Turkish occupation forces commit crimes against humanity in Syrian territory

On November 14, the Head of the Czech Parliamentary Group for Friendship with Syria Stanislav Grosbic said that the Turkish occupation forces and their mercenaries are committing war crimes and crimes against humanity in Syrian territory.

“The Erdogan regime has supported terrorist organizations in Syria over the past years,” Grosbic said. “The Turkish occupation of Syrian territory cannot be separated from war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by its repressive practices inside Turkey.”

Grosbic said that Erdogan is an American project and that his wrong and failed policies in Syria are the cause of all Turkey's problems at the external and internal levels.

 

O. al-Mohammad

The Israeli occupation kill 8 Palestinians targeted in Deir al-Balah in Gaza Strip

On November 14, Eight Palestinians were killed and several others injured as a result of the ongoing Israeli aggression on the besieged Gaza Strip.

“The Israeli warplanes targeted several houses in Deir al-Balah in the center of the Gaza Strip, killing eight Palestinians and wounding several others,” according to the Palestinian News agency Wafa,

Since November 12, the number of Palestinian martyrs due to the continuous Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip rose to 34 martyrs and dozens of wounded.

 

O. al-Mohammad