The EU on Tuesday called for a “rapid and complete de-escalation” after the Zionist entity killed an Islamic Jihad commander in a strike on his home in Gaza, prompting retaliatory rocket fire.
The strike in Gaza City killed Bahaa Abu Al-Atta and his wfe in Gaza, was followed by another that killed two people including Islamic Jihad official’s son in Syria’s Mazzeh. The raids prompted Palestinian resistance to retaliated “substantial” rocket fire.
“The firing of rockets on civilian populations is totally unacceptable and must immediately stop,” the EU’s diplomatic service said in a statement.
“A rapid and complete de-escalation is now necessary to safeguard the lives and security of Palestinian and Israeli civilians.”