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Pakistan Expresses Outrage Over Israeli Minister’s Threat of Nuclear Bomb on Gaza

Pakistan has expressed severe anger over a statement by an Israeli minister suggesting the possibility of dropping a nuclear bomb on Gaza1. The Israeli Heritage Minister, Amichai Eliyahu, stated that using a “nuclear bomb” on the Gaza Strip is "an option,". This statement has sparked outrage and concern, with the Foreign Office of Pakistan stating that it reflects an intention for ethnic cleansing and genocide.

The Israeli forces and Hamas have been engaged in a battle for over a month in the Gaza Strip. The conflict has escalated, with Israel intensifying its ground operation and bombardment on the Gaza Strip. The Israeli minister’s statement has added fuel to the fire, causing further tension and fear among the international community.

The Foreign Office of Pakistan has called this a wake-up call for the international community, highlighting the threat posed by Israeli aggression to regional peace, security, and stability. The minister’s statement has been seen as a direct threat to the Palestinians, causing alarm and condemnation.

In the midst of this conflict, the civilian casualties have been mounting. Israel has been accused of targeting schools, hospitals, mosques, churches, and even refugee camps where terrified civilians have taken shelter. The death toll has reached 9,922, including 4,800 children. Despite calls from global powers, including the United States and the United Nations, for Israel to ensure that civilian casualties are avoided, the relentless pursuit to eliminate Hamas continues.

The situation in Gaza is dire, with the international community watching in horror as the conflict escalates. The statement by the Israeli minister has only served to exacerbate the situation, causing further outrage and calls for immediate action to prevent further loss of life.

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