More tension between Israel and Qatar. The Emir of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, during the summit in Doha of the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), attacked Tel Aviv for the war in the Gaza Strip: “Self-defense does not apply to the occupation in accordance with the international law and does not allow crimes of genocide committed by Israel in Gaza. Israeli forces have violated all religious, ethical and humanitarian values… Committing crimes against humanity. I call on the United Nations to conduct an international investigation into the massacres committed by Israeli occupation authorities against the Palestinian people It is a shame for the international community to allow “this atrocious crime to continue in the Gaza Strip”.
Al Thani, who later praised the Palestinians for “standing firm in their just cause”, spoke of Israel’s “systematic and targeted killing of unarmed and innocent civilians” and called for a complete and lasting ceasefire. inflammatory words addressed to Doha, the protagonist after the Hamas attack on October 7, for mediation for the release of the hostages and the truce.
Source: IL Tempo
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