Western donors cut off funding to Gaza
Human rights activists report that Western donors are cutting financial support to Arab civil society groups that criticize Israel's actions in Gaza
UN adopts resolution for humanitarian pauses in Gaza
UN Security Council's 15 members approve draft for humanitarian pauses after 4 failed attempts to respond to the Israel-Hamas war with 12 votes in favor
UN pleads for fuel: Lifesaving services to collapse
Israel's use of fuel as weapon of war is appalling, says United Nations agency as it warns that severe restrictions of fuel deliveries into Gaza has paralyzed key services including water desalination plants, sewage treatments and hospitals
Nuclear rest from China to Israel
China has condemned the Israeli attack on the United Nations guesthouse in southern Gaza's Rafah and has expressed concern over statements by certain Israeli officials suggesting the use of nuclear weapons
'No humanitarian crisis in Gaza'
Gilad Erdan, Israel's U.N. representative, argued that there was 'no humanitarian crisis' in Gaza as he said that they do not see a necessity for a humanitarian pause in the conflict.
$1.2 billion in aid to Gaza from UN
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres reiterated his call for a humanitarian ceasefire, announcing that the U.N. and its partners have launched a $1.2 billion humanitarian campaign to help 2.7 million people in the Gaza Strip.
High-level resignation at United Nations
Reactions to Israel's bloody attacks on Gaza continue to come. Craig Mokhiber, a senior United Nations diplomat, resigned from his post, saying that Palestinians were being subjected to genocide. In his resignation letter, Mokhiber also criticized the United Nations (UN), the United States (US), and Europe with harsh words.
Turkish FM Fidan's intense diplomatic traffic
Turkish Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan had separate telephone conversations with Saudi Arabia's Foreign Minister Faisal bin Farhan and Philippe Lazzarini, Commissioner General of the United Nations Relief and Works Agency(UNRWA) for Palestine Refugees in the Near East. Minister Fidan discussed the humanitarian situation in Gaza.
UN Chief Guterres urges ceasefire
United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres has described the situation in Gaza as a humanitarian catastrophe and called for an immediate ceasefire to halt the ongoing bloodshed. During a four-day official visit to Nepal, Guterres emphasized the importance of respecting the Laws of War and protecting civilians.
'Take responsibility stop attacks'
The Organisation of Islamic Cooperation urged the international community to take responsibility for halting the Israeli attacks on Gaza, stressing the need to provide urgent assistance and international protection to the Palestinian people.
Palestinian struggle for life on brink of death
Palestinians fleeing from the inhumane attacks of the Israeli army continue their struggle for life in difficult conditions. Hundreds of thousands of Palestinians have been forced to flee from the north to the south of the Gaza Strip due to the Israeli army's continuous attacks on the Gaza Strip.
Arab countries draft resolution on Gaza
Arab countries are preparing a draft United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) resolution on the situation in Gaza. With this, the UNGA calls for an immediate ceasefire and for the parties to comply with their obligations under humanitarian law.
'Israel cannot kill innocent people'
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva said that Hamas attacks on Israel do not justify the killing of innocents in Palestine and added that if the United Nations (UN) had the power, it could have been more involved, the United States (US) could have been more involved.
Israel cancels meeting with UN Chief Guterres
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, in his speech at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA), said that Palestine is under occupation. Following these words, a statement came from the Israeli front that the meeting with Guterres was canceled.
Haaretz blames Netanyahu for Hamas attack
Haaretz, one of Israel's leading newspapers, argued that Prime Minister Netanyahu is an existential threat to Israel. The newspaper blamed Netanyahu for Israel's failure both domestically and internationally.
Fuel shortage crisis in Gaza
The United Nations(UN) Relief and Works Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) issued a dire warning on Sunday, stating that it is on the verge of running out of fuel in the Gaza Strip within the next three days.
Guterres calls on world from Rafah Border Crossing
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, who arrived at Rafah Border Gate, the critical point of Gaza, made a call to the world. Guterres said that aid trucks should move to Gaza as quickly as possible and emphasized the need for additional funds.
Water shortage in Gaza
Amid the ongoing clashes between Israel and Hamas, lasting for ten days, Palestinians in Gaza are facing a severe water crisis due to Israel's cutoff of fuel and water supplies. United Nations(UN) on water shortage for Gazans drinking contaminated water.
‘Situation in Middle East very critical'
United Nations (UN) Secretary-General Antonio Guterres reported that Palestinians are running out of basic needs. Guterres said that the Middle East is on the brink and called on Israel to provide humanitarian access to Gaza and Hamas to release the hostages. Amnesty International also reported that nowhere is safe for Palestinians.
Gaza Palestinians in exodus as Israeli ground operation approaches
Preparing for a ground operation, Israel displaced Palestinians in the north of Gaza to the south. Israel is preparing to invade Gaza with an army of 300 thousand people and hundreds of tanks. Soldiers are waiting for orders for the land operation. The 24-hour deadline given by Israel for civilians to go south has expired.