Euro-Med Monitor: consequences of 200 days of Gaza war are “alarming”

The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor described on Tuesday the consequences of the ongoing Israeli war on Gaza Strip for 200 days as “alarming”, stressing that it has documented “more than 140 mass, random or temporary graves” in the Strip.

This came in a statement by the Geneva-based Observatory on the 200th day of the Israeli war on Gaza, which left about 112,000 martyrs and wounded, most of them children and women, and famine and massive destruction, according to Palestinian and UN data.

“The consequences of Israel’s 200-day military offensive on the Gaza Strip are alarming in terms of its magnitude and its direct and deliberate targeting of Palestinian civilians, with a shameful international failure to compel Israel to comply with the rules of international humanitarian law and the orders of the International Court of Justice,” the Observatory said.

”Gaza Strip has effectively become unviable as a result of the massive destruction carried out by the Israeli army on homes and infrastructure, which affected more than 60 percent of the buildings of Gaza Strip.”

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