In Del Avi: As the Hamas-Israeli war continues day by day, Palestinian Ambassador Ibrahim Ghraishi has said that countries should wake up against Israel’s genocide.
Palestinian Ambassador Ibrahim Ghraishi on Hamas-Israel at the UN in Geneva. Addressed a meeting of Member States. Then he said, “The UN member states must wake up against Israel’s genocide. You must wake up in this room. This is a massacre, this is a genocide. We are watching this on television. We cannot continue these kinds of actions.” The UN says there are no safe zones. Ismail Haniyeh, considered the overall leader of Hamas. Israel says jets hit his home in Gaza. Haniyeh now appears to be living in Qatar. Israel says the house is being used as a meeting place for Hamas.
The war between Israel and Hamas, which started on October 7, is intensifying day by day. Thousands of people continue to be killed. Most of the world countries are also advising Israel to declare a ceasefire in Gaza. Israel has vowed not to stop attacking Hamas until it is eradicated. As a result, access to first aid and humanitarian assistance continues to be a problem for people in Gaza. Hospitals in Gaza are being looted and people are suffering. Al-Shiba Hospital in Gaza City has suffered shortages of electricity, fuel, drinking water and essential medicines, leaving patients in dire straits.
Meanwhile, a 4-year-old boy lost his legs in Israel’s attack on Gaza and is searching for his lost parents and family members. | Read > “Where is my mom, dad?” – The shaking voice of a 4-year-old boy who lost his legs in an Israeli attack