International position - Rafah Holocaust/Kuwait Peace Camp Massacre - قضاء غزة

The Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza: Ambulance crews are at a loss to transport the martyrs and wounded because there is no hospital in the city of Rafah that can accommodate these numbers of injuries.

The Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs: We condemn and denounce the aggression against the tents of displaced persons in Rafah, which claimed the lives of dozens of victims.

• The Egyptian Ministry of Foreign Affairs: The Israeli forces’ bombing of the tents of displaced people in Rafah is a tragic event that expands the scope of killing and destruction in the Gaza Strip. Targeting the tents of the displaced is a new and blatant violation of the provisions of international humanitarian law. We demand an end to the Gaza war and the operations in Rafah.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Sultanate of Oman: These heinous acts require deterrent international intervention, including the international community imposing sanctions on “Israel.”

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan: The killers who committed the massacres bombed an area they had declared safe yesterday, and this reveals the ugly picture of the terrorist state.

Spanish Foreign Minister: The bombing of Rafah happened after the decision of the International Court of Justice, and we must raise our voice to support international law.

• Belgian Deputy Prime Minister: We are horrified by the Israeli air strike on the UNRWA refugee camp in Rafah.

• The UN Special Rapporteur on Palestine, Francesca Albanese: Israel’s bombing of a displaced persons’ camp in Rafah is a blatant challenge to international law and order. The genocide in Gaza will not end without external pressure, and sanctions must be imposed on “Israel” and investments and agreements must be suspended.

• French President Emmanuel Macron: “These operations must stop. There are no safe areas in Rafah for Palestinian civilians.”