Palestine: Gaza has become the largest cemetery in the world

Palestine: Gaza has become the largest cemetery in the world

According to the statement of the Palestinian Foreign Ministry, Palestinian Foreign Minister Maliki met with Greek Foreign Minister Yorgos Yerapetritis in Ramallah.

During the meeting, current issues related to the Palestinian issue were discussed, especially the importance of delivering humanitarian aid to Gaza.

Maliki informed his Greek counterpart about Israel’s attacks against the Palestinian people, especially in the Gaza Strip.


Emphasizing that Israel kills children, women and the elderly on a large scale and systematically in the Gaza Strip, Maliki noted that the Palestinian people are exposed to hunger, forced migration and genocide and the great destruction affects all parts of Gaza .

Palestinian Foreign Minister Maliki said: “The Gaza Strip has gone from being the world’s largest open prison to its largest open cemetery.” saying.

Emphasizing that human life and international law are violated in Gaza, Maliki stated that conditions are very difficult in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem due to increasing violations by Israeli forces and Jewish settlers.

Underscoring the need for urgent and effective intervention to stop conflicts in the Gaza Strip, Maliki drew attention to the importance of delivering humanitarian and basic aid such as food, water and fuel to Gaza.

Maliki pointed out the insufficiency of hospitals in the Gaza Strip and emphasized that it is vital to transfer the wounded to hospitals outside Gaza.


Addressing the international community, Maliki said: “Stopping Israel’s ongoing genocide is a moral duty of the international community.” he said.

Greek Foreign Minister Yerapetritis also said that civilians in the Gaza Strip should not be attacked, hostages should be freed and the injured should be taken to hospitals outside Gaza.

Calling for the opening of humanitarian corridors to Gaza, Yerapetritis addressed the issue of opening a maritime corridor to Gaza to deliver humanitarian aid.

Yerapetritis added that they are also concerned about the growing tension in the occupied West Bank.


While Hamas’s armed wing, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades, launched a comprehensive attack on the morning of October 7, claiming to “respond to Israel’s continued violations against the Palestinians and their sacred values, especially the Masjid al-Aqsa”, the Israeli army also launched intense airstrikes against the Gaza Strip. The bombing began.

It was announced that 1,200 Israelis, including more than 310 soldiers, were killed and 5,132 people were injured in the October 7 attacks in Israel.

51 Israeli soldiers were killed in clashes inside the Gaza Strip.

According to Israel, there are 239 Israeli prisoners held by the Qassam Brigades.

According to the Gaza government, 11,500 people, including 4,710 children and 3,160 women, have been killed in Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip since October 7.

197 Palestinians have lost their lives in attacks by Israeli forces and Jewish settlers in the West Bank and Jerusalem since October 7.

The Israeli army attacked the campuses or main buildings of dozens of Gaza hospitals, where tens of thousands of wounded and civilians took refuge, to force their evacuation. Some hospitals were raided during the occupation. Hundreds of people were killed and injured in the attacks.

74 Hezbollah members and 6 Israeli soldiers have been killed in clashes between the Israeli army and Hezbollah on the border since October 8. (AA)

Source: Sozcu


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