Doctors Without Borders calls on the occupation to stop the war and end the "brutal atrocities" in Gaza Doctors Without Borders calls on the occupation to stop the war and end the "brutal atrocities" in Gaza

Doctors Without Borders calls on the occupation to stop the war and end the "brutal atrocities" in Gaza

Doctors Without Borders calls on the occupation to stop the war and end the "brutal atrocities" in Gaza
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Doctors Without Borders called on the Israeli occupation to end the “campaign of death and destruction” through an immediate and sustainable ceasefire in the city of Rafah, south of Gaza, and throughout the Strip.

The organization called in a statement on its website, Tuesday evening, “for an immediate end to the attack on Rafah and the brutal atrocities continuing throughout the Gaza Strip,” stressing that “Israel’s military strategy of launching repeated attacks on densely populated areas definitely leads to the mass killing of civilians.”

The statement quoted the Secretary-General of the organization, Chris Lockyer, as saying: “Civilians are being slaughtered, pushed to areas they were told were safe, and the only thing they can do is ceaseless aerial bombardment and violent fighting,” noting that more than 900,000 people have been forcibly displaced again.

The statement stated, “Patients and medical teams at the temporary trauma treatment point supported by Doctors Without Borders in Tal al-Sultan in Rafah (the site of the massacre) were forced to flee on the night of May 27 as hostilities intensified in the area, which led to the cessation of all medical activities.” in the attachment".

The organization stated that “just a week ago, the International Court of Justice ordered Israel to immediately stop its military attack on Rafah... However, Israel’s attack on southern Gaza has escalated since then,” considering that “all countries that support Israel’s military operations in these circumstances are morally complicit.” And politically.”

She warned that “nearly eight months after the beginning of this war, there is no longer a single health care facility in Gaza capable of dealing with a mass casualty event like the one that occurred on May 27,” calling for “respect and protection of medical facilities, their staff, and patients.”

Despite the international and regional criticism that targeted Tel Aviv against the backdrop of the bombing that targeted the displaced persons’ camp in Tal Aviv on Sunday, Israeli aircraft returned and targeted areas in Rafah, including tents for displaced people, at dawn on Tuesday, resulting in the death of 16 Palestinians and the injury of others, according to statements by medical sources at the Emirati Hospital West. Rafah.

Since October 7, 2023, Israel has been waging a war on Gaza that has left more than 117,000 Palestinians dead or wounded, most of them children and women, and about 10,000 missing amid massive destruction and famine that has claimed the lives of children and the elderly. Israel continues this war, ignoring a Security Council resolution demanding it To stop the fighting immediately.

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