Doctors announced that there were thousands of “silent murders” in Gaza 18:53

International aid organization Médecins Sans Frontières said in a report that locals in the Gaza Strip were dying not only from airstrikes but also from so-called “silent killings”. Details of the report were announced RBC.

The document states that more than 32 thousand residents of the Gaza Strip were victims of armed conflicts and 75 thousand people were injured. Approximately 8 thousand more people are thought to be under the rubble of buildings. A high rate of “silent murders” is also recorded, that is, deaths resulting from diseases resulting from collapse and unsanitary conditions that would normally be preventable.

“Even if there is a ceasefire, it is likely that thousands of such deaths will occur in Gaza due to the time it will take to improve water, sanitation and shelter conditions,” the report said.

The situation in the Middle East escalated on October 7, when thousands of armed supporters of the radical Palestinian movement Hamas entered Israel from the Gaza Strip, attacked civilians and kidnapped more than 200 hostages.

In response, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared that the country was at war. A ground operation was launched, its aim was to bring back the hostages and completely destroy Hamas.

April 29 US Secretary of State Antony Blinken statedThe US supports Israel but also seeks to “end the terrible suffering” of the people of Gaza.

Previously in the USA I suspected Israel’s compliance with international law in Gaza.

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Source: Gazeta

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