During 68 days of war, a human rights center documents the construction of 120 mass graves in Gaza During 68 days of war, a human rights center documents the construction of 120 mass graves in Gaza

During 68 days of war, a human rights center documents the construction of 120 mass graves in Gaza

During 68 days of war, a human rights center documents the construction of 120 mass graves in Gaza

The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor documented the establishment of more than 120 random mass graves in the governorates of the Gaza Strip to bury the martyrs of the devastating Israeli war that has been ongoing since last October 7, noting that these graves were established in the courtyards of homes, roads and wedding halls.

The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor documented the establishment of more than 120 random mass graves in the governorates of the Gaza Strip to bury the martyrs of the Israeli war that has been ongoing since last October 7.

Observatory head Rami Abdo pointed out, in press statements on Wednesday, that the people of the Gaza Strip resorted to creating random mass graves in residential neighborhoods, house courtyards, roads, wedding halls, and sports stadiums, in light of the difficulty of accessing the main and regular graves.

He said: "We documented more than 120 random mass graves, in each of which three or more members of the targeted families were buried."

He explained that families resorted to this option in light of the impossibility of accessing the main cemeteries due to the blocking of roads, the destruction of infrastructure, and the ongoing targeting operations by the occupation.

He continued: "Burial operations face great difficulty as a result of the loss of most or all of the family members, and therefore the burial cannot be performed. Added to this is the difficulty of hospitals receiving death cases, especially with their work paralyzed in Gaza City and the north."

He stressed that the Israeli occupation has committed a large number of systematic mass murders since the beginning of the genocide in Gaza.

On November 12, the crews of the Al-Shifa Medical Complex in Gaza City buried about 100 bodies of Palestinians who were injured as a result of the Israeli bombing and died inside the hospital, according to a previous statement by the Director General of the Palestinian Ministry of Health in the Gaza Strip, Munir Al-Bursh.

Displaced Palestinian families also dug random graves for their members, who were martyred as a result of the Israeli attack on the compound, according to eyewitnesses.

On December 9, Anatolia News Agency documented the construction of a mass grave in the market square of the Jabalia Palestinian refugee camp, and between its alleys.

Palestinian journalist Anas Al-Sharif, who works for Al Jazeera satellite channel, said that he had to bury his father, who was martyred in an Israeli attack on his home in the Jabalia camp, inside the yard of a school affiliated with the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees, “UNRWA,” because he was unable to reach the cemetery.



After Biden's statements Israel: We will continue the war on Gaza with or without international support

Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen stated that his country will continue the war on Gaza with or without international support, and he considered that the ceasefire at the current stage is a “gift” to Hamas, and will allow it to return, he said.

Israeli Foreign Minister Eli Cohen said on Wednesday that his country will continue the war on Gaza “with or without international support.”

This came in a written statement by Cohen after his meeting in West Jerusalem with Australian Deputy Foreign Minister Tim Watts.

Cohen said: "Israel will continue the war against Hamas, with or without international support."

He added: "The ceasefire at the current stage is a gift to the Hamas organization, and will allow it to return and threaten the residents of Israel."

On Tuesday, US President Joe Biden considered that Israel had begun to lose international support due to its “indiscriminate bombing” of the Gaza Strip, and called on its Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to change his government because it “does not want a two-state solution.”

On the other hand, Cohen said: “The threat to the shipping lanes (in the Red Sea) is harmful to the global economy, and the international community must move effectively and strongly in order to protect the shipping lanes.”

The Yemeni "Houthi" group has repeatedly vowed to target ships owned or operated by Israeli companies in the Red Sea "in solidarity with Palestine", and called on countries to withdraw their citizens working on the crews of these ships.

The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs noted that "this is the first solidarity visit by an Australian representative to Israel since the beginning of the war."

She added: "In the conversation, Secretary of State Cohen and Deputy Secretary of State Watts discussed the goals of the war in Gaza, the Hezbollah threat in southern Lebanon, the threat facing international shipping lines and the need to deal with the new rise in the level of anti-Semitism."

Since last October 7, the Israeli occupation army has been waging a devastating war on Gaza, which, as of Wednesday afternoon, has left 18,608 martyrs, 50,594 injured, most of them children and women, massive destruction of infrastructure, and an “unprecedented humanitarian catastrophe.” According to official Palestinian sources.
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