The plans to relocate hundreds of thousands of people, sheltered as a last resort in the face of indiscriminate attacks, are a threat to regional stability, stated the Arab League in a communiqué.
Aboul Gheit said that forcing these citizens to flee Gaza for Egypt is a violation of international law and crosses the red lines of national security of the Arab country.
The world must pay attention to this dangerous project, led by Israeli extremists who want to wipe out Gaza of its inhabitants through a policy of ethnic cleansing, he emphasized.
In this respect, he reported the fact that several ministers in Benjamin Netanyahu’s cabinet do not hide their intentions to provoke a mass deportation and the recolonization of the area by Jews.
The Arab Parliament, which criticized the imminent invasion of Rafah, made a similar declaration.
We consider the Israeli occupation fully responsible for the massacres and bloodshed that will not cease in the event of an incursion, which was instituted in a communiqué.
The institution requested the international community and the UN Security Council to urgently intervene to “prevent the expansion of aggression and two crimes of genocide in Rafah.”
In an interview with North American television station ABC, Netanyahu reaffirmed overnight his willingness to invade the Gaza Strip, an attack that provoked a wave of international condemnation, including two of Israel’s allies.