Saudi Arabia condemns Israeli attacks on Palestinian villages in West Bank

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Saudi Arabia has condemned Israeli settlers’ attacks on Palestinian villages in the West Bank, the foreign ministry said in a statement.

“The Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s total rejection and condemnation of the attacks of the settlers of the Israeli occupation in a number of Palestinian villages in the West Bank, resulting in death and injured victims,” the ministry added.

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The Kingdom denounced any “acts of intimidation of Palestinian civilians” and renewed its “firm support” towards all international efforts aimed at reaching a just solution on the Palestinian issue.

It also expressed condolences to families of the victims and speedy recovery for those injured.

Israeli settlers rampaged through Palestinian towns in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday, torching buildings and cars in apparent retaliation for the killing by Hamas of four Israelis near a settlement the day before.

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