On Sunday, Arab and foreign countries rejected the implementation of Israel's ground military operation in the city of Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, and warned of devastating humanitarian consequences if Israeli forces entered the city, where about 1,400,000 Palestinians live. Expressed his concern about. Among them are displaced people from the north and center of the Gaza Strip.
The Egyptian Foreign Ministry completely rejected Israeli statements about the army's intention to launch a military operation in the city of Rafah, warning of the serious consequences of this action.
Egypt called for the need to unite all international and regional efforts to stop targeting the city of Rafah, believing that targeting the city is a real contribution to the implementation of the displacement policy against the Palestinian people.
Egypt confirmed that it is continuing contacts with all parties to reach an immediate ceasefire and prisoner exchange agreement.
appeal to the international community
For its part, the Omani Foreign Ministry warned of the consequences of the continued Israeli occupation aggression against the Gaza Strip and its intention to attack the city of Rafah, which is home to hundreds of thousands of civilians.
The Omani Foreign Ministry called on the international community to take concrete practical steps, including statements, statements and political stances issued by it, to restrain Israel from its arrogance, to induce it to seek a ceasefire and The crossing can be opened to meet human needs. Some parts of the Gaza Strip.
The Lebanese Foreign Ministry also condemned aggressive Israeli plans to attack Rafah as a continuation of the ongoing war on the Gaza Strip.
He called on the UN Security Council to decide on an immediate ceasefire and to provide humanitarian aid to the Palestinians.
For his part, British Foreign Secretary David Cameron expressed deep concern about the possibility of Israel launching a military attack on Rafah.
The minister said the priority should be to immediately stop the fighting, deliver aid and recover prisoners, and then move towards a permanent ceasefire.
Dutch Foreign Minister Henk Bruins Sloot described the situation in Rafah as very worrying, and stated that it was difficult to imagine that large-scale military operations in this densely populated area would not lead to many civilian casualties and a major humanitarian catastrophe. The matter is inappropriate..
Denmark also expressed its concern about possible Israeli military action against the city of Rafah, stressing that it is necessary to protect civilians.
France warned of the danger of launching a military operation against Rafah, saying a large-scale Israeli attack on Rafah would take the existing humanitarian catastrophe to a new dimension.
The French Foreign Ministry said Paris opposes the forced displacement of residents in Gaza, as elsewhere, as a violation of international humanitarian law.
Yesterday, Saturday, Saudi Arabia, the Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Egypt, Jordan, Iraq, Yemen, the Organization of Islamic Cooperation, the Gulf Cooperation Council and the Arab League rejected any Israeli military operation in Rafah.