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Palestinian Resistance Condemns Israel for Killing Iran’s Senior Military Advisor in Syria

The Palestinian resistance has heavily condemned the Israeli Regime’s assassination of a senior military advisor in the vicinity of the Sayyida Zainab area in the countryside of Damascus. 

“The assassination of General Razi Mousavi by the Zionist enemy in Syria is a cowardly crime and aggression, as well as a violation of the sovereignty of an Arab country,” it said in a statement on Thursday.

“We offer our condolences to the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps and emphasize that the enemy’s crimes inside and outside Palestine will not succeed in breaking the will of our people and nation and suppressing our resistance,” it added.

Iran announced on Monday Dec. 25 that General Mousavi was killed in an Israeli ‘’missile attack,” and that the Israeli Regime will “certainly pay for this crime.”

Another Resistance Group based in Gaza claimed that the general played an important role in supporting regional resistance forces alongside the Palestinian nation, resistance and cause.

The Palestinian Resistance further warned that the Israeli Regime should “await a decisive response to its “cowardly” assassination of Gen. Mousavi.”

“The occupying regime’s dirty assassination operation proves once again that this criminal regime contaminates the entire region and its only job is to shed blood and spread murder and crimes,” it added.

The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) stated that Mousavi’s murder was carried out with “direct coordination and participation of the US and the West.”

“This crime will have no result other than escalating attacks by the resistance against the Zionist regime and its mercenaries in the region,” it reported.

“We will never allow the occupying, criminal and cowardly enemy to feel safe and stable in the region. It must always live in terror and panic and await the next response,” it added.

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