So far, Israeli bombings have killed 10,000 Palestinians, injured 25,400 people, and caused the forced displacement of 1.5 million inhabitants.
On Monday, Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi called for putting an immediate end to the deadly Israeli attacks in the Gaza Strip.
They made the appeal in a phone conversation when discussing the latest developments in the enclave. Raisi also called for stopping the killing of civilians in Gaza, saying it had enraged the world's "free peoples" and could have transregional consequences.
The president vowed support for the collective effort to achieve an immediate cease-fire in Gaza, lift the siege and allow more humanitarian aid into it.
He also deplored the West's "hypocritical" approach of portraying an "incorrect picture" of the developments in Gaza to gain public approval for "forced displacement of the Palestinian nation on the pretext of fighting terrorism."
Raisi denounced the United States as "Israel's main accomplice" due to "its all-out financial, arms and intelligence support for Israel and opposition to proposed resolutions in the UN Security Council that called for an end to the conflict."
For his part, Modi expressed concern over the unfavorable situation in Gaza, condemning "Israel's killing of civilians in the enclave," calling for diplomatic efforts to find a solution to the conflict and prevent its expansion to the rest of the region.
Tuesday marks one month of continuous attacks by the Israeli occupation forces against the population in Gaza. At the latest count, Israeli bombings have killed 10,000 Palestinians, injured 25,400 people and caused the forced displacement of 1.5 million inhabitants in Gaza.