NGO warns of “humanitarian catastrophe” in Gaza

Shadi Mahmood- Translation

Warned about forty non-governmental organization, on Monday, of a “humanitarian disaster” in Gaza in the event of continuing violence, and called on the international community to intensify pressure for imposing a cease-fire.

 Started 38 international non-governmental organization belongs to the Federation of international development agencies, “the international community should be exercised immediately put pressure on the Israeli government to leave Gaza’s border crossings open and allow the entry of humanitarian aid necessary.”

Said Nishant Pandey from Oxfam “We must work urgently to implement a ceasefire. That the current conflict threatens constantly but worsening humanitarian situation existing because of six years of blockade of humanitarian and military operation Zionism (Cast Lead) in 2008-2009 on the Palestinian civilians in Gaza” .

Alexander said Milutinovic organization Mercy Corps official in the occupied West Bank and Gaza “that did not interfere Gaza international leaders will find themselves once again on the brink of a humanitarian crisis.”

 And crossed these humanitarian organizations, including ACH, Handicap International and Doctors of the World concern about the lack of medicines and medical equipment necessary.

The occupation began his attack on the Gaza Strip on Wednesday, and the assassination of Ahmed Jabari, deputy commanding general in the Qassam Brigades, the military wing of the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas).

 He cited more than a hundred Palestinians in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of the Zionist attack aimed says the entity to end Palestinian rocket fire, while accelerating diplomatic moves in the region to avoid a major escalation.

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