Israeli attack on Gaza school, what Malala said

July 10, 2024 2:21 am

Israeli attack on Gaza school, what Malala said

Pakistan’s Nobel laureate rights activist Malala Yousafzai has again called for a ceasefire in Gaza after an Israeli attack on another school in Gaza. Jio TV news.

Palestinian officials said Monday (July 8) that an Israeli airstrike on a UN-run school killed at least 16 people and injured many children and civilians.

After this, Yousafzai made a post on X about the matter. Where he said, “I am devastated to see that Israel has attacked yet another school in Gaza.” We cannot turn a blind eye to violations of international humanitarian law and turn away from harm to innocent people.’

Malala reiterated the urgent call for a lasting ceasefire in the post.

According to the BBC, at least 7,000 refugees used the building as a shelter. A woman told AFP how children there were killed in Israeli strikes.

He said the children were reading the Quran when the attack took place. This woman said that the school was attacked four times without any warning.

Israel and Hamas have been at war since October last year. The death toll in Gaza has so far exceeded 38,000. More than 90 thousand were injured.

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