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Hamas-Israeli: Premier League Management Condemns War, Announces Plan To Provide Aid For Civilians



The management of the top-tier English football league has condemned the ongoing war between Israeli forces and the Hamas sect.

Condemning the war in a statement made available on its official Twitter handle, the English top-tier league expressed shock at the escalation of the war between Israeli and Hamas forces.

The EPL detailed that it was making plans to make donations to the British Red Cross to support the aid efforts in the region.

It further detailed that players match officials, and coaches will wear black armbands and observe a moment of silence as a mark of respect to those affected by the war in the next English Premier League Fixtures.

“The Premier League is shocked and saddened by the escalating crisis in Israel and Gaza, and strongly condemns the horrific and brutal acts of violence against innocent civilians,” the statement partly read.

News About Nigeria recalls that the latest stand-off occurred after men of Hamas forces invaded Israeli territories, unprovoked.

According to reports, Hamas forces had killed about 40 Israeli civilians which triggered a retaliatory attack from the Israelis.

While nations have continued to take sides in the ongoing war, the Nigerian government called for a peaceful resolution to the ongoing war that has so far claimed over a thousand lives.

Recall that the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God Pastor E.A. Adeboye came under heavy criticism for taking sides with Israel in the ongoing war. Former presidential aide, Reno Omokri, criticized Pastor Adeboye for attempting to make the ongoing standoff a religious one.