Jordan, Kuwait, Canada condemn Gaza massacre on aid-seeking civilians

Global leaders demand immediate ceasefire after ‘Flour Massacre’ kills over 100, injures 750

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AMMAN — On Thursday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates condemned the ruthless attack by Israeli Occupation Forces (IOF) on Gaza civilians who were awaiting humanitarian aid at the Nabulsi roundabout near Rashid Street in Gaza, resulting in numerous casualties and injuries, also called the Flour Massacre.اضافة اعلان

The Ministry of Health in Gaza, Ashraf Al-Qudra, announced that the IOF killed 112 starving civilians and injured over 760 innocent civilians.
According to the Ministry’s spokesperson, Sufian Qudah, the Kingdom reiterated its firm denouncement and outright rejection of the ongoing targeting of Gaza civilians by the Israeli occupation, which is a clear violation of international law and international humanitarian law, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Immediate ceasefire
This comes amid the absence of an international position to stop this war and massacre that Israel is committing against Palestinians and the inability of the United Nations Security Council to take an immediate ceasefire decision to put an end to the ongoing war crimes committed against the Palestinians in the Gaza Strip.

Qudah reiterated the Kingdom's plea to the international community to provide adequate protection to Palestinians and intensify efforts to achieve a sustainable ceasefire in Gaza, ensuring the safety of civilians and facilitating the continuous delivery of essential humanitarian aid across the Strip.

‘A nightmare’
Meanwhile, Canadian Foreign Minister Melanie stated on Thursday that what happened in Gaza is a nightmare and that international aid must be sent to Gaza, and those who receive that aid must be protected.

A new crime committed by the IOF
Furthermore, the Kuwaiti Ministry of Foreign Affairs added that this new crime committed by IOF reiterates its firm position on the necessity of an immediate and urgent ceasefire.

Since October 7, there have been 30,035 civilians killed, and 70,457 injured, with more than 85 percent displaced.