December 10, 2023 3:51 pm

Israeli ambassador denies existence of humanitarian crisis in Gaza in RT World News

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Israeli Ambassador to London, Tzipi Hotovely, has denied claims of a humanitarian crisis in Gaza, stating that Hamas should be held responsible for the safety and well-being of Palestinian civilians. In an interview with Sky News, Hotovely categorically stated, “There is no humanitarian crisis.”
Hotovely argued that while Israel ensures the safety of its citizens, Hamas, as the governing authority in Gaza, should be responsible for the safety of Palestinians. She accused Hamas of misusing humanitarian aid and diverting funds meant for the well-being of its people towards the manufacture of rockets. These rockets, according to Hotovely, are aimed at causing harm to innocent Jews in their homes.
The Israeli diplomat emphasized that it was time for Hamas to pay the price for its actions, including killing innocent Israelis and preventing its own people from seeking safety. Hotovely mentioned that Israel had provided opportunities for its citizens to seek shelter in the south, but unfortunately, the same opportunities were not provided to the children of Kfar Aza and the people of Sderot.
The ongoing conflict between Israel and Gaza escalated on October 7, when Hamas and allied militant groups launched a surprise attack on Israel, resulting in the killing of Israeli civilians and the taking of hostages. In retaliation, Israel conducted airstrikes on targets in Gaza and subsequently issued an evacuation order for over 1 million Palestinian civilians living in the densely populated Gaza Strip.
The United Nations and human rights groups condemned the evacuation order, expressing concerns about the devastating humanitarian consequences it could entail. The closure of crossings with Egypt and Israel means that civilians would be forced to seek shelter in overcrowded homes with relatives and friends. Human Rights Watch also raised concerns about the plight of refugees as a result of the evacuation order.
In contrast, Hamas urged residents to stay in their homes and resist what they called a psychological war waged by Israel. Despite the conflicting messages, it is estimated that around 500,000 Palestinians have fled to the south since the evacuation order was issued.
As the conflict continues, the death toll continues to rise. Officials from both sides report that at least 2,750 Palestinians and over 1,300 Israelis have been killed since the escalation of hostilities on October 7.
While Hotovely’s denial of a humanitarian crisis in Gaza may be a controversial statement, it reflects the Israeli government’s position regarding the responsibility of Hamas and its alleged misuse of aid meant for the well-being of Palestinian civilians. As the situation remains volatile and tensions run high, international attention and intervention are crucial to prevent further loss of life and alleviate the suffering of both Israelis and Palestinians affected by the conflict.

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