The people of Sfax, Tunisia, took to the streets to celebrate the victory of the Palestinian resistance against the usurping Israeli regime.

Iran PressAfrica: The people of Tunisia's Sfax province, while expressing their joy at the victory of the Palestinian resistance, called for a law in the country to criminalize any action to normalize relations with the Israeli regime.

On Monday, May 10, the Israeli regime launched a new offensive on the Gaza Strip from the air, land and sea, but did not expect to face a decisive response from the Palestinian resistance.

During the 12 days of the war, the Palestinian resistance in the Gaza Strip responded to Israeli attacks with thousands of advanced missiles and rockets.

The move prompted the Israeli cabinet to agree to a ceasefire on Thursday night after failing to stop retaliatory rocket attacks by resistance groups in Gaza.

The ceasefire was established between the Israeli regime and Palestinian groups at 2 am on Friday.

Palestinian resistance groups have stated in separate statements that they will abide by the ceasefire as long as the Israeli regime adheres to it.

Nasser Abu Sharif, the representative of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad movement in Iran, about this victor said: It was Iran's support that enabled Palestinian resistance groups to stand up to the Israeli regime."

From the very beginning, Iran has declared its support for the Palestinians in all areas, including the political, spiritual, material, and other areas, and has always taken a step in that direction. 219