The detainees include 33 women, 166 children, and 2,873 people held without trial or charge under Israel’s notorious policy of administrative detention, the Palestinian Prisoner Society said in a statement.
In remarks carried by state media after a meeting with the Cypriot President in Amman, the Monarch again called for an immediate ceasefire and warned that Israel’s relentless bombing campaign was leading to a “dangerous deterioration” in the situation.
According to the report, Turkiye, which supports a two-state solution to the decades-old conflict, has sharply criticised Israel over its campaign in Gaza, launched in response to militant group Hamas’s rampage on 7 October. More than 15,500 people have been killed in the Israeli air and ground attacks, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry.
An Iranian university professor said the present situation of Palestinian children is perfect evidence on the crimes committed by Israeli regime and humanitarian catastrophe going on in the Gaza Strip.
A group of Shia and Sunni clerics based in Norway have condemned the Israeli killing campaign in Gaza and discussed ways to contribute to the Palestinians under Israeli regime for nearly two months now.
The leaders of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan have slammed Israel’s atrocities against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip warning of “dire consequences” of the aggressions for the entire region.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has urged for an immediate end to Israeli crimes against Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and called on the international organizations to bring the regime to justice over its genocidal war since October 7.
“Important lessons of the Holocaust, whose indescribable crimes led to the Convention – and the lessons of Cambodia, Rwanda, the former Yugoslavia and others – made it absolutely clear that preventing genocide and bringing its perpetrators to account before all humanity, is essential “to the work of advancing human rights”, Turk said.
The warning by Turkish officials, who asked not to be named due to restrictions on speaking to the media, followed a Wall Street Journal story alleging that, amid ongoing Israeli attacks on Gaza, Israel also plans to assassinate Hamas members living outside Palestine, including in Turkiye, Lebanon and Qatar.