International newspapers – following the Israeli occupation war on the Gaza Strip – highlighted Israel's efforts to target the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) and the occupation's efforts to create a buffer zone inside the occupied Strip. Poured. , and placed a major restriction on information about conditions there.
The Financial Times quoted UNRWA Commissioner-General Philippe Lazzarini as saying that dismantling the agency had become one of Israel's war goals, stressing that he would remain in his post as long as the agency serves the people. Able to support. Deliver the voices of Palestinian refugees.
Lazzarini said that while UNRWA takes seriously allegations of the involvement of its staff in the attack of last October 7 (Al-Aqsa flooding), Israel has not yet provided evidence of these allegations, adding, “Maybe we will have to pay Will have to pay.” “To raise his voice to draw attention to the plight of UNRWA. The people of Gaza, and the humanitarian disaster unfolding before our eyes.”
On the other hand, an analysis by the Liberation newspaper said that by denying foreign press access to Gaza and forcing the local press to work in appalling conditions, Israel created a massive information blackout in the besieged strip .
As far as the Telegraph newspaper is concerned, analysis of satellite images showed that Israel has destroyed more than a thousand buildings in the border areas of the Gaza Strip since October 7, stating that the images showed some of the destroyed areas. Shows a clear line. At least a kilometer wide behind the security fence separating Israel and the Strip.
Israel is accused of trying to create a buffer zone within the Gaza Strip along the border, which would lead to the annexation of the Strip's territory, despite Israel's allies in the West clearly opposing this.
In a related context, The New York Times said that the presence of protesters angry over Israel's war on Gaza has become regular, as some of them have staged a sit-in in front of the residence of US Secretary of State Antony Blinken in Northern Virginia. Stayed on the streets for several days and set up tents.
Le Figaro newspaper reported on the delay in US President Joe Biden's retaliation for the killing of its soldiers in Jordan and said that a clarification of the wait-and-see situation could come in the sensitive talks currently taking place between Israel and Hamas. Is. , and an increase in violence will make it more difficult to conclude negotiations in this regard.