World

‘Increased risk’ of Israeli war crimes amid communications blackout in Gaza

Amid a communication blackout in the Gaza Strip, various media outlets and humanitarian organizations have raised concerns about the potential for Israeli war crimes. Palestinian telecom company Jawwal reported that Israel’s bombing had destroyed all international routes connecting Gaza to the outside world. The Gaza Strip, subjected to intense Israeli bombings, has been isolated from the world for two days, with limited information available. This blackout has hindered organizations like Amnesty International and the UN World Food Programme from contacting their teams in Gaza, making it challenging to document rights abuses and deliver aid. The blackout also poses risks of mass atrocities, and the exact casualty figures and ground combat specifics remain unknown due to the communication cutoff. Israeli airstrikes in response to Hamas’s attacks have caused significant civilian casualties, with conflicting reports on the numbers.

Related posts

PM Imran Khan calls Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas to show solidarity

Daily News

Hekmatyar warns New Delhi: India should not use Afghan soil against Pakistan

Daily News

US President Biden congratulates Narendra Modi on election win

Daily News

Sadr’s followers set up for long sit-in at Iraq parliament

Daily News

US hopes for extension as Gaza enters final day

Daily News

Taliban capture Mazar-i-Sharif city in north Afghanistan, draw closer to Kabul

Daily News

Leave a Comment