Israel responded angrily to the refusal of the political blocs in the Belgian parliament to show an Israeli video of the operation Al-Aqsa flood Which was launched by the Palestinian resistance on the seventh of last October against the occupation, resulting in the killing of 1,200 settlers and soldiers.
Earlier, the Speaker of the Belgian Parliament, Eliane Thilieu, explained that the heads of the political groups had not reached a consensus regarding showing the video in the legislative institution.
In turn, the Israeli Ambassador said: Brussels Edith Runzoe: “We have been officially informed by the Speaker of the Belgian Parliament that the Council has rejected our request to show a 46-minute video documenting the events of October 7, and we are exploring other alternatives.”
This position comes amid growing European rejection of the Israeli aggression against Gaza strip Which led to the death of more than 11 thousand Palestinians, the destruction of health facilities, and the displacement and starvation of all residents of the Strip.
The move angered Israel, with its Foreign Minister addressing the Speaker of the Belgian Parliament, saying, “By your decision not to show the video in Parliament that depicts atrocities, you are turning a blind eye to the war crimes and crimes against humanity that you are committing.” agitation“, according to his expression.
A group calling itself “Belgians Friends of Israel” accused the Speaker of the Belgian Parliament of being biased against Israel.