Euro-Med Monitor: 10,000 missing under rubble in Gaza

The Euro-Mediterranean Human Rights Monitor estimated that there are more than 10,000 Palestinians missing under the rubble in the Gaza Strip, pointing out that there is no way to find the missing because they could not be recovered and kept in graves without any distinctive marks, at a time when there is no international humanitarian movement to help recover them.

In a statement, the Euro-Med Monitor highlighted that the families of the victims of the deadly and destructive military attacks launched by the Israeli army, which is approaching its tenth month, face enormous challenges in retrieving bodies, the lack of equipment and heavy machinery for civil defense crews, and the Israeli prevention of the entry of any equipment from outside the Gaza Strip.

Israel continues its war despite two UN Security Council resolutions to cease it immediately, and orders by the International Court of Justice to take measures to prevent genocide and improve the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza.

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