Leaders Warn of ‘Catastrophe’ if Rafah Invaded in Israel’s War on Gaza: Live News Coverage

GCC Secretary-General Condemns Israel’s ‘Declared Intentions’ to Invade Rafah

On Saturday, Jasem Mohamed Albudaiwi, secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), issued a statement expressing concern over Israel’s “declared intentions” to invade Rafah. He emphasized that such an invasion would be a “blatant violation of international law and humanitarian conventions.” According to Albudaiwi, the planned invasion poses a threat to the region’s security and stability and could lead to further suffering for the Palestinian people.

Albudaiwi called on the international community to come together to confront these Israeli plans. He urged a deep commitment to the principles of peace, justice, and human dignity, emphasizing the need for unity and shared responsibility in addressing the situation. The secretary general’s statement highlights the GCC’s stance on the issue and their call for international action to prevent the potential invasion of Rafah. It underscores their commitment to upholding international law and ensuring the well-being of the Palestinian people.

Albudaiwi’s remarks serve as a plea for collaborative efforts to prevent further escalation of violence in the region and to uphold the rights and dignity of all individuals involved. His statement reflects the GCC’s stance on the issue and their appeal for a unified response from

Leave a Reply

Union Leader Rose Roach Delivers Prescription for Healthcare Workers in February 2024 Interview with WFHB Previous post The Power of Unionization: Nurses and Doctors Unite for Patient Care in a Profit-Driven Healthcare Industry
FAA Bill Ready for Takeoff Next post Sen. Cantwell’s Bill Boosts FAA Safety, Expands Flight Options at DCA despite Criticism