Mohamed Salah denominates on leaders of the world to ‘make sure the violence and killing of innocent people stops immediately’

Mohamed Salah specifically called upon Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Egypt and Premier League star of Liverpool Football player Mohamed Salah denominates on leaders of the world to ‘make sure the violence and killing of innocent people stop immediately’. And Salah specifically called upon Britain’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

Salah for Liverpool delivered 20 goals and four assists in a total of 33 games for the English football giants this season. Liverpool man is in support of the innocent people who are being targeted by Isreal Police and the Army.

After almost 50 years of war, terrorism, reconciliation negotiation, and human suffering, Israel and Palestine persist as far from a peaceful settlement as ever. Many are being killed by Isreal Police and Army, thousands of innocent, unarmed Palestinians including children and women.

Salah’s call came as the Israeli military continued to barrage the Gaza Strip and so he pleased to world leaders to make sure it ends the killing of innocent people in Palestine where at least 28 people, including children, have been killed by Israeli forces attacks. Israeli forces continued their bombardment of the besieged Gaza Strip on Tuesday, targeting several areas after missiles were used to shoot in the Gaza Strip zone.

The al-Qassam Brigades of Hamas’s armed wing, targeted the city Tel Aviv with 130 rockets after Israeli airstrikes caused the collapse of a residential apartment in Gaza City. Palestinians disagreeing in solidarity with the citizens of Sheikh Jarrah who have been targeted via Israeli forces.

Anxieties and tensions are being driven high in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood of East Jerusalem following last week when Israeli settlers clustered in after an Israeli court directed the ejection of Palestinian families from Sheikh Jarrah.

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