670,000 people displaced in Gaza to UNRWA facilities

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GAZA – More than 670,000 people have been displaced from their homes to UNRWA facilities and schools in the Gaza Strip, according to the Director of External Relations for UNRWA and its official spokesperson in Amman, Tamara Al-Rifai.اضافة اعلان

According to Al Mamlaka, Rifai stated on Tuesday that UNRWA facilities and schools are lacking basic necessities due to the lack of fuel and humanitarian aid entering the Gaza Strip.

She called for the urgent entry of fuel and humanitarian aid trucks in a continuous flow, not just "drops," and for a cessation of hostilities. She also called for the establishment of a safe passage for humanitarian teams and trucks through the Rafah border crossing with Egypt and other crossings.

Al-Rifai mentioned that 64 UNRWA staff members, including doctors, engineers, teachers, and more, have lost their lives. Family members of UNRWA staff have also been killed.

Israeli forces have targeted over 40 UNRWA facilities and buildings, with schools serving as shelters for displaced individuals from their homes in Gaza.

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