The humanitarian situation in Rafah is tragic, says the head of the Red Cross

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The humanitarian situation in Rafah is tragic, says the head of the Red Cross

The head of the Red Cross says the humanitarian situation in Rafah is catastrophic.

Francesco Rocca, the head of the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, said the humanitarian situation in Rafah is catastrophic and worsening day by day, expressing deep concern about the desperate and intensified humanitarian crisis in Gaza.

Earlier, Ashraf al-Qudra, the spokesperson for the Palestinian Ministry of Health in Gaza, had stated that over 20,000 patients suffering from cancer, heart diseases, and blood disorders are awaiting the opening of the Rafah crossing under inhumane conditions due to the siege and destruction of non-combatants in Gaza.

While urging the global community to intervene to save the victims from harm and death, he emphasized that Israeli attacks on their health facilities have rendered them ineffective.


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