WHO warns that Israeli order to evacuate Al Quds hospital in Gaza cannot be carried out

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The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has denounced that "it is impossible to evacuate hospitals full of patients without endangering their lives."

The director general of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesushas expressed concern about the alleged evacuation order for a Gaza hospital issued by Israel, and has stated that it will be impossible for it to be fulfilled without endangering the lives of patients.

In a message on his official of patients without endangering their lives.

And it is that the Red Crescent has warned that Israel has threatened to bomb Al Quds Hospitallocated in the north of Gaza and in the strip's capital of the same name, and has already hit the surrounding areas.

On the other hand, Tedros has reported that have been able to regain contact with WHO workers inside Gazabehind the resumption of telecommunications in the strip that had been cut off for more than 24 hours by order of Israel.

The Palestinian telecommunications company Jawwal has announced in a statement the "gradual" return of mobile and landline telephone and Internet services to the enclave.

The head of the WHO has insisted that Gazan hospitals remain in overcrowded conditions, and more medical supplies are needed. Precisely, today 34 trucks have been able to enter the Strip.

"We call once again for a humanitarian ceasefire to be initiated, and health facilities and their workers to be protected," he added.

Israel kills 8,000 Palestinians, 3,000 of them children

According to the latest data, the "Iron Swords" operation launched by Israel last October 7 After the multiple attacks by Hamas from Gaza, the lives of more than 8000 Palestinians, of them more than 3000 were children. The data reflects that the Jewish Army has killed more minors than the annual total of minors killed in conflict zones around the world since 2019, The NGO Save the Children denounced this Sunday.

Israel continues with very harsh attacks in what it calls the "second phase" of its operation on Gaza and claims to have destroyed, in the last night alone, 450 Hamas targets. In addition, at least three Palestinians have been killed in recent hours by Israel in the occupied West Bank.

The West Bank is experiencing an uptick in violence since the past October 7. Since that date, 113 Palestinians have been murdered in the West Bank and some 1,900 have been injured in clashes with the Army and Israeli settlers.

Israel took control of the West Bank in 1967 and since then has maintained a long regime of occupation and colonization over this territory.

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