February, 23, 2024
French Diplomat Killed in Gaza, Urgent Calls for Ceasefire

French Diplomat Killed in Gaza, Urgent Calls for Ceasefire

Infostani Sources- An Israeli bombardment in Gaza has resulted in the death of a French diplomat, as reported by Quds News. The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs confirmed the diplomat’s demise due to injuries sustained in the attack. A British news agency reported that the French Ministry announced the death of the French worker injured in the Israeli assault in Ranj, south of Gaza. The worker, along with two colleagues and family members, lost their lives. They had sought refuge in the house of a fellow official from the French consulate. Israel continues its operations against Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank.

Israeli forces carried out attacks, resulting in the death of 38 Palestinians in various areas, including Jabalia and Khan Yunis. Additionally, Israeli forces killed 2 Palestinians in the West Bank. The French Foreign Ministry condemned the Israeli forces’ targeting of residential buildings. The Al-Qassam Brigades attacked the Israeli army in different areas of Gaza, causing casualties among Zionist soldiers. Amidst the ongoing conflict, demands for a ceasefire in Gaza have increased, with the French, British, and German foreign ministers calling for such a resolution.

French and International Leaders Urge Gaza Ceasefire Amid Ongoing Israeli Assault, Hospital Destruction, and Civilian Casualties

French Diplomat Killed in Gaza, Urgent Calls for Ceasefire

British Foreign Secretary David Cameron and German counterpart Annalena Bitterbock, in an article in the Sunday Timer, advocated for a long-term ceasefire in Gaza. Hamas announced its refusal to accept prisoner exchanges or Israeli operations until the conclusion of Israeli operations in Gaza. The Israeli Prime Minister, addressing the Cabinet, read a letter from the families of fallen soldiers, expressing the determination to continue the war until the end. Israeli forces persist in their bombardment of Gaza.

WHO Chief Ted Ross Ed HaNom mentioned efforts to resume work at al-Shafa Hospital, but the situation remains incredibly complicated. Israeli forces reportedly destroyed the hospital using a bulldozer, and 20 bodies were removed from the rubble as a result. The Ministry of Health in Gaza reported 12 fatalities in Israeli attacks on the central city of Deir al-Balah.

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