There's news directly from Algeria Press Service on this session. It is accompanied by a wide angle photo that matches the footage from the Iranian source in a key detail.
APS photo first; note the lady with red scarf right above the large Palestinian flag:
Screenshot from the rather grainy Ettelat video has a rather similar looking red-scarf wearing person above that large flag.
So, if the footage is generic and from some prior event, it came like that from Algerian sources, although I don't see a lot reasons to assume it's shot at a different time.
Anyhow, the Google-translated text from APS places that on Oct 31:
On Tuesday, October 31, the National People’s Assembly held an extraordinary session following the dangerous developments resulting from the Zionist aggression against the Gaza Strip and the occupied Palestinian territories, in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs and the National Community Abroad, Mr. Ahmed Attaf, and the Minister of Relations with Parliament, Ms. Basma Azzwar.
The reason for the delay in the news/posting (till Nov 5) is that that APS piece is about the Palestinian thanks:
The Embassy of the State of Palestine in Algeria appreciated the special session held by the National People’s Assembly last week, in support of the Palestinian people [...]
OTOH I'm having trouble dating the Ettelat piece exactly because it's using some Iranian calendar; date seems to be "12 Aban 1402", which appears to be Nov 3, 2023.
There is earlier news from APS itself on the event, when it was held, on Oct 31, but that uses a different, close-up photo which isn't too useful for our purposes. OTOH the text that goes with that appears to say there was 'chanting' (which can kinda be seen in the Ettalat video--they were shouting slogans)
a stand was held in tribute to the martyrs of Gaza, and the deputies raised the flags of the State of Palestine and banners affirming the solidarity of the Algerian people with their Palestinian brother. They also chanted at length slogans in support of the Palestinian people and denouncing the Zionist aggression.
For reference, this session was programmed at the request of the heads of the parliamentary groups, which will witness a general discussion in addition to the intervention of the group heads, to culminate in the issuance of a final statement.
There's also news in French about it posted on Oct 31 that has a somewhat cropped version of the later APS shot.
This piece details more what was said, but obviously that was no declaration of war or even authorization to use force.
(Turkey-based, Yemeni-targeting) Almahriah TV has longer (5min) footage from the rather sedated speeches, but only a 1 second shot from the scene with the lady above the flag.
This clip also has some (actual) chanting, but which happened before the session opened, and outside the main auditorium.
AL24's coverage was even more sedated: just the speeches by parliamentary group heads, at least on YouTube. Not even a shot of the large Palestinian flag, although the smaller ones are visible. (There's an almost funny crop out of the picture of someone waving a Palestinian flag, at the end of AL24's coverage. The waving moment is captured in a centered frame by Almahriah, at least--for like 1 sec.) So apparently there was some effort in the more visible Algerian media to mute/downplay the chanty moment(s).
I'm a little supicious now that the Iranian newspaper clip may have been composited from several events, because it opens with a scene when someone holds a carboard map of Palestine's contrours (in the 'greater' version) but I haven't seen that bit in other TV coverage of this Oct 31 event. OTOH, it does look like there were some attempts at some selection/censorship of some details on in other venues, so... YMMV.
By the by, the exact clip shown by Ettelat apparently was first composited like that by the Arabic language 'MOSCOW NEWS', and also picked up (in English) by the Jordanian Albawaba. Both of these on Nov 2, so seemingly before Ettelat.