United Nations: Gaza has become a place of death and despair United Nations: Gaza has become a place of death and despair

United Nations: Gaza has become a place of death and despair

United Nations: Gaza has become a place of death and despair

United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Martin Griffiths, stated that the Gaza Strip has become a place of death and despair, with a health catastrophe looming on the horizon.

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“Three months after the horrific attack on October 7, Gaza has become a place of death and despair,” Griffiths said, adding that tens of thousands of people, most of them women and children, were killed or injured, and that families were sleeping outdoors in low temperatures.

As the Deputy Secretary-General noted, areas where civilians were ordered to move for their safety were bombed.

"Medical facilities are under constant attack. The few hospitals that are partially functioning are overwhelmed with infected patients and severely lacking all necessary supplies," Griffiths said.

“A public health catastrophe is looming,” the Deputy Secretary-General noted. “Infectious diseases are spreading in overcrowded shelters due to overflowing sewage. About 180 Palestinian women are giving birth every day amid this chaos. People are facing the highest levels of food insecurity ever recorded. Famine is not far".

Griffiths stressed, "The Gaza Strip has become simply uninhabitable. Its residents face a daily threat to their existence - and the world is watching. It is time for the parties to fulfill all their obligations under international law, including protecting civilians, meeting their basic needs, and releasing all hostages immediately."

The UN Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs stressed that "the time has come for the international community to use all its influence to achieve this."

Earlier, United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres confirmed that Israel's military operations obstruct the arrival of aid to the Gaza Strip, indicating that what is happening there is unprecedented, "and the war must stop in order to deliver aid."


 
"Anatolia": The Turkish judiciary decides to imprison 15 accused in the case of spying for the Israeli Mossad and deport 8 suspects

"Anatolia": The Turkish judiciary decides to imprison 15 accused in the case of spying for the Israeli Mossad and deport 8 suspects

On Friday, the Turkish judiciary decided to imprison 15 people out of 34 suspects in the case of spying on foreigners residing in Turkey for the benefit of the Israeli foreign intelligence service, Mossad.

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Anadolu Agency reported, citing judicial sources, that the Istanbul Criminal Magistrate Court decided to imprison 15 people and released 11 on the condition of judicial supervision.

While it referred 8 suspects to the Immigration Department in preparation for their deportation from Turkey.

The judicial decision came after the Public Prosecution requested the imprisonment of 26 out of 34 people on charges of “political or military espionage.”

Regarding the details of this case, Anadolu explained, “As part of the investigations of both the Anti-Terrorism Division in Istanbul and Turkish intelligence, information was obtained indicating the Mossad’s intention to carry out activities such as surveillance, tracking, assault, and kidnapping against foreign nationals residing in Turkey for humanitarian reasons.”

The agency stated, "The arrests came as a result of a security operation in 8 states, as part of investigations launched by the Terrorism and Organized Crimes Office of the Istanbul Public Prosecution Office against 46 suspects."

According to Anadolu, the Turkish security authorities discovered that Mossad agents communicated with the suspects through social media accounts. As a result, an operation was launched to arrest them.”

It is noteworthy that on January 2, the security forces launched a simultaneous operation that included 57 addresses, in 15 districts in the state of Istanbul and the states of Ankara, Kocaeli, Hatay, Mersin, Izmir, Van, and Diyarbakir. In the operation, 134,830 euros, 23,680 dollars, and other amounts in various currencies were confiscated. An unlicensed handgun, ammunition and digital equipment.
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