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Saudi Arabia Leads Condemnation Of Israeli Bombing Of Qatar Committee For Reconstruction Of Gaza HQ



Saudi Arabia Leads Condemnation Of Israeli Bombing Of Qatar Committee For Reconstruction of Gaza HQ

Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Monday strongly condemned Israel’s bombing of the headquarters of the Qatari Committee for the Reconstruction of Gaza, the Saudi Press Agency reported.

The ministry said the attack was a “continuation of the series of Israeli violations of all international laws and norms.”

It also expressed the Kingdom’s solidarity with Qatar and urged the international community to fulfil its obligations by putting an end to Israel’s “atrocities against civilians, hospitals, and critical infrastructure” in Gaza as soon as possible.

The Kuwaiti and Qatari foreign ministries on Monday said the bombing of the headquarters is an extension of Israel’s policy of targeting the Palestinian people, particularly given that the committee works to alleviate the suffering of Gaza’s population as a result of the siege and ongoing aggression.

Qatar called on Israel to stop using “insubstantial justifications” to target civilians, civilian infrastructure and health facilities. It also called on Israel to stop spreading misinformation.

The UAE, Oman and Jordan issued similar statements, calling for an immediate ceasefire to preserve civilian lives and ensure the unhindered delivery of humanitarian aid.

Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Secretary General Jasem Mohamed Al-Budaiwi denounced the Israeli military’s actions, stating that the bombing was further evidence of the brutality and recklessness of the Israeli forces.

Al-Budaiwi emphasized what he called the Israeli disregard for the lives of civilians, noting the targeting of committee headquarters, hospitals, schools, residential areas, and shelters.

The GCC Secretary General commended the Qatari Committee for its significant contributions to Gaza’s reconstruction efforts, calling on the international community to take immediate measures to resolve the crisis, including a cessation of hostilities and the establishment of secure corridors for humanitarian aid delivery.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) joined the condemnation, labelling the bombing as part of ongoing Israeli military aggression against Palestinian civilians and vital infrastructure.

The OIC urged the international community to intervene, compelling Israel to abide by international humanitarian law and relevant United Nations resolutions.

The organization highlighted a recent UN General Assembly resolution emphasizing the need for the protection of civilians, civilian facilities, and humanitarian workers.

Arab League Secretary-General Ahmad Abul-Gheit echoed the condemnation, labelling the strike as a “war crime”.

Abul-Gheit said such actions should not go unpunished, highlighting what he described as the criminal nature of Israeli attacks.

Hammed Tajudeen is a graduate of Osun State Polytechnic, Iree with Higher National Diploma (HND) in Mass Communication


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