Israel is considering expelling senior UN officials


Israel is considering expelling senior UN officials. Israel’s special envoy to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, confirmed this information. Recently, the United Nations has added the Israeli army to the list of ‘criminal’ countries for attacking innocent children and killing thousands of children in the besieged Gaza Strip.

At that time Israel’s Foreign Minister Israel Katz said that this action will have a negative impact on Israel’s relationship with the United Nations and the United Nations will have to suffer the consequences. It is believed that Israel is considering the expulsion of senior UN officials based on this incident.

Gilad Erdan told an Israeli radio channel that Israel is reviewing the expulsion of senior UN officials from its territory within a few days. The time has come for the UN officials to withdraw from the country and consider the pros and cons of Israel.

Meanwhile, Hamas has proposed several changes to the plan for a ceasefire and the release of hostages in Gaza. In this regard, US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken told Hamas that the time has come to end negotiations. Speaking to reporters in Qatar’s capital, Doha, he said, “Some changes can be worked on, but there is no chance to work on others, but the United States and the negotiators, Qatar and Egypt, will try for this agreement.”

Hamas said on Tuesday it was positive the process would move forward but insisted on the full withdrawal of Israeli forces from Gaza and a permanent ceasefire.

The situation in Gaza is becoming more critical day by day. Innocent Palestinians are becoming disorientated by the lack of food and water. Even children are not being provided with food to put in their mouths.

Gaza’s Hamas-controlled health ministry said 15,694 children had been killed and 17,000 orphaned in the 250-day war in Gaza.

Meanwhile, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, head of the World Health Organization, warned of the catastrophe of the food crisis in Gaza. Eight thousand children under the age of five are reported to be severely malnourished in the war-torn region.

A government official working in the northern part of the Gaza Strip told Al Jazeera that there has been a severe crisis as most of the food products have run out.

Recently, an independent commission of inquiry supported by the United Nations said in a report that Israel and Hamas committed war crimes in the early days of the Gaza war. It is said that Israel has committed not only war crimes but also crimes against humanity. Because many civilians were killed in their attacks.

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