Three days of mourning declared for murder of Palestinians in Jenin | News
The president of Palestine, Mahmoud Abbas, declared this Thursday three days of national mourning after the murder of the nine Palestinians by the Israeli occupation forces in the city of Jenin, located in the north of the West Bank.
Israeli troops kill nine Palestinians in Jenin, West Bank
After the president ruled to fly the country's flag at half mast and meet to discuss the massacre, he decided to immediately end security coordination with Israel, according to local Palestinian media.
Likewise, the Palestinian Authority statement, read by presidential spokesman Nabil Abu Rudeineh, reported that the number of deaths "since the beginning of this month exceeds 30 martyrs."
"Given the repeated attacks against our people, and the undermining of the signed agreements, including the security one, we consider that security coordination with the Israeli occupation government no longer exists as of now," the entity reported.
Similarly, the Authority requested an immediate approach to the United Nations Security Council to request international protection for the Palestinian people, and specified that it will urgently go to the International Criminal Court to add the file of the massacre committed in Jenin.
Meanwhile, they recognized the president's invitation to make "a call to all Palestinian political forces for an emergency meeting, to agree on a comprehensive and united national vision to confront and respond to Israeli aggression."
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