International concern about the situation in Jenin.. and distress calls

In the largest Israeli military operation in 20 years Jenin and its refugee campBefore dawn on Monday, the Israeli army launched a massive air and ground attack on the city, killing 9 Palestinians and injuring 28 others, including 8 seriously.

In front of these developments, the Secretary-General of the United Nations, António Guterres, expressed his deep concern about the developments taking place in the city of Jenin in the West Bank.

UN spokesman Farhan Haq said in a statement that the Secretary-General stressed that all operations must be conducted in full respect of international humanitarian law.

urgent appeal

In a related context, the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees “UNRWA” issued an appeal on Monday to take urgent measures to ensure the rescue of the injured in the camp.

The agency said in a statement that UNRWA calls for urgent measures to be taken to ensure that the injured receive medical care, and UNRWA reiterates its call to all parties to break this cycle of increasing violence, which seriously leads to instability.

It also expressed its deep concern about the ongoing Israeli army operation in the Jenin camp, which is known for its high population density, pointing out that serious damage has been reported to the camp’s infrastructure, including damage to the water network.

Water and electricity services have been disrupted in large areas of the camp, leaving camp residents unable to move from their homes, many of whom are in dire need of food, drinking water and infant formula.

Offensive marches and missiles

It is noteworthy that Israel targeted, with missiles and offensive drones, several sites inside and on the outskirts of Jenin camp.

In the aftermath of the bombing, large army forces, accompanied by armored military bulldozers, stormed the city of Jenin from several axes, besieged the Jenin camp, cut off the roads linking the city and the camp, seized a number of houses and buildings overlooking the camp, deployed their snipers on their roofs, and cut off the electricity supply to the camp. large parts of the camp.

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