Tehran (IP) - Kazem Gharibabadi, secretary of Iran's High Council for Human Rights, criticized the silence of international organizations against Israel's attacks on Palestinians.

Iran PressMiddle East: "Days have passed since the fanatic Israeli regime waged an incessant deadly blitz on innocent Palestinians," Gharibabadi tweeted.

"The question is, how many children have to die so that the intl. Community, United Nations Security Council (UNSC), and UN Human Rights Council (HRC) hold the bloodthirsty regime accountable for its' unspeakable crimes?," the tweet reads.

From  Friday to Sunday night, Israel waged an aerial bombardment in Gaza, killing 45 people, including 16 children, and more than 360people wounded in the attacks.

Finally, Islamic Jihad's continuous rocket attacks forced the Zionist regime to accept the ceasefire agreement.


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