In a joint statement, spokespersons for the nine countries' foreign ministries wrote, "We are deeply concerned by the raids that took place on the morning of August 18, in the context of the worrying reduction of civil society space."
They considered that "these behavior is totally unacceptable."
In addition to Germany, Italy and France, there are Spain, the Netherlands, Belgium, Ireland and Denmark.
At dawn on Thursday, Israeli forces stormed the city of Ramallah, and closed the offices of seven Palestinian human rights NGOs, which the Israeli occupation classifies as "terrorist organizations."
It concerns six NGOs designated as "terrorist" in 2021 and the Health Work Committee which is also linked according to Israel to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
The nine European countries affirmed that "a free and strong civil society is necessary to promote democratic values and for the two-state solution."
It stated that "no material information has been received from Israel that would justify reviewing our policy towards the six Palestinian NGOs on the basis of the Israeli decision to classify these NGOs as 'terrorist organizations'."
"If convincing evidence is presented to the contrary, we will act on this basis," she stressed.
In October 2021, the Israeli occupation government announced that it had included on its list of "terrorist organizations" six Palestinian non-governmental organizations linked to the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine, a decision criticized by human rights organizations.
All of these organizations denied having links with the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine.
On Thursday, the United States expressed "concern" over the move.