The Kingdom of Morocco, whose King Mohammed VI chairs the Al-Quds Committee, reiterates its great concern and its deep indignation following the escalation of military operations and the worsening of the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip.
More than three weeks after the outbreak of military clashes, civilians are still targeted, causing thousands of victims among children and women and tens of thousands of injured, homeless, and missing, adding that places of worship, hospitals, and refugee camps are still bombed; the latest is the Jabalya camp.
Missiles and shells are more and more randomly targeting civilian facilities, forcing more than a million people to flee and depriving the population of water, electricity, and fuel, thus generating a catastrophic humanitarian situation.
The Kingdom of Morocco affirms that all these Israeli acts of escalation are in contradiction with international humanitarian law and common human values and warns of a spread of the conflict inside the Palestinian territories and the dangerous expansion of the perimeter of violence to affect neighboring areas, thus threatening the security and stability of the entire region.
Morocco can only express its regret and disappointment at the inaction of the international community, the Security Council’s failure to assume its responsibilities, and the inability of influential countries to put an end to this catastrophic situation.
Reiterating its support for the Palestinian National Authority and its national institutions, under the leadership of President Mahmoud Abbas, the Kingdom of Morocco, under the leadership of the King, calls for a de-escalation leading to a ceasefire and the opening of humanitarian corridors to facilitate the entry of aid in a rapid, sustainable, and unhindered manner, as well as the release of prisoners and detainees, with the obligation to open a political perspective to the Palestinian issue, making it possible to relaunch the two-state solution, as agreed by the international community.
The Kingdom of Morocco, whose King Mohammed VI chairs the Al-Quds Committee, expresses its grave concern and outrage over the escalation of military operations and deterioration of the humanitarian situation in the Gaza Strip.
More than three weeks after the outbreak of military clashes, civilians are still being targeted, resulting in thousands of deaths among children and women, as well as tens of thousands of injured, homeless, and missing, with places of worship, hospitals, and refugee camps being bombed; the most recent is the Jabalya camp.
Missiles and shells are increasingly randomly targeting civilian facilities, forcing over a million people to leave and depriving the population of water, electricity, and gasoline, resulting in a disastrous humanitarian crisis.