The United Nations comments on the demand of Israeli officials to deport Palestinians from the Gaza Strip The United Nations comments on the demand of Israeli officials to deport Palestinians from the Gaza Strip

The United Nations comments on the demand of Israeli officials to deport Palestinians from the Gaza Strip

The United Nations comments on the demand of Israeli officials to deport Palestinians from the Gaza Strip

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights said that the demand of a number of senior Israeli officials to resettle Palestinians in the Gaza Strip in other countries is a flagrant violation of international laws.

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The Commission wrote through its account on the “X” platform: “We are deeply concerned about the statements of senior Israeli officials regarding plans to transfer civilians from Gaza to third countries.”

She added that 85% of the population of the Gaza Strip are internally displaced, and they have the full right to return to their homes, stressing that all international laws prohibit the forced deportation of displaced persons and protected persons inside or from the occupied territories.

The newspaper "Zaman Yisrael" had previously reported that  Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's  coalition is conducting secret contacts to ensure that Congo and other African countries receive thousands of migrants from the Gaza Strip.

A senior source in the Cabinet said, "Congo will be ready to receive the migrants, and we are also holding talks with other countries."

Last Monday, Netanyahu said during a Likud Party meeting that he is working to facilitate  the voluntary migration of Gaza residents  to other countries, saying, “Tel Aviv’s problem is finding countries ready to absorb the people of the Strip.”

Meanwhile, the Times of Israel newspaper, quoting a senior Israeli official, confirmed that Tel Aviv had not discussed with any country in the world the possibility of receiving Palestinians displaced from the Gaza Strip.
 

Egyptian security source: Israeli media talk about smuggling weapons into Gaza across our borders is “malicious allegations”

Egyptian security source: Israeli media talk about smuggling weapons into Gaza across our borders is “malicious allegations”


An official Egyptian security source denied reports reported by Israeli media about the smuggling of weapons and aid into the Gaza Strip across the Egyptian border in the city of Rafah, describing them as “malicious allegations.”

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The source added in an interview with the Arab World News Agency that the purpose of such rumors and allegations is to justify the Israeli presence in the Philadelphia axis on the border strip between Egypt and Gaza.

The source confirmed that the Egyptian authorities maintain and fully control their borders and prevent any smuggling operations, and that the entry of humanitarian and medical aid takes place according to the mechanism agreed upon with Israel and the United States, which is entry through the Rafah land border crossing with Gaza after inspecting trucks and aid at the Al-Auja and Karm Abu crossings. Salem.

Comments made by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu about the need for the Philadelphia axis to be under Israeli control sparked widespread reactions, and Egyptian experts said that this step (if it takes place) would constitute a violation of the peace treaty signed between the two countries.

According to "I24", Israeli soldiers were deployed alongside their armored personnel carrier awaiting orders to withdraw from the ruins of what was a military site on the Philadelphia Corridor on the Egyptian border in the southern Gaza Strip on September 11, 2005.

On the other hand, “Cairo warned against Israel carrying out any military operations in the buffer zone, which would push the residents of Gaza into a mass exodus to Egypt under the weight of bombing and closure, which is an issue that Egypt considers sovereign and represents for it a red line that cannot be crossed.”

The Philadelphia Axis, or Salah al-Din Axis, extends from the Mediterranean Sea in the north to the Kerem Shalom crossing in the south along the Egyptian border with the Gaza Strip, which is about 14 kilometers.

The peace treaty that Egypt signed with Israel in 1979, known in the media as the “Camp David” Treaty, stipulated the establishment of a buffer zone along the border, or what was known as the Philadelphia Axis.

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