The UAE President orders this decision regarding Palestinian children

The President of the UAE, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, ordered the need to provide urgent aid to Palestinian children due to the difficult conditions they are currently facing, including attacks and bombing by the Israeli occupation forces, without distinction between a young man, a woman, or even a child. Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed ordered treatment... 1,000 Palestinian children in Emirati hospitals.

Transporting injured children with their families

According to what was announced by the Emirates News Agency, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan ordered that injured children from Gaza must be transferred with their families to UAE hospitals in order to receive medical treatment.

It is worth noting that the recent decisions issued by the President of the UAE came after the recent negotiations between the UAE Foreign Minister and the head of the Red Cross Committee, Mirjana Spoljaric, through which the UAE President explained the necessity of providing urgent humanitarian aid to those injured in the Gaza Strip.

Enabling the delivery of relief and medical aid

The necessity of enabling the delivery of relief aid in addition to the necessary medical aid to the Strip was also discussed, in light of the hospitals in the Gaza Strip suffering from a lack of medical supplies and fuel.

Emphasizing that thousands of children and the Palestinian people are currently in dire need of medical treatment, and accordingly, relief aid must be delivered immediately, without obstacles, in a safe and sustainable manner.

Emirati demands for a ceasefire

In a related context, the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs stressed the need to immediately stop Israeli military operations in the Gaza Strip, in light of the fall of many unarmed civilian casualties coinciding with the unjustified bombing operations by the Israeli occupation forces.

The continued fall of Palestinian casualties

It is worth noting that the Palestinian Ministry of Health confirmed that more than 8,000 Palestinians were killed as a result of the recent outbreak of bombing operations by the Israeli occupation forces on the Gaza Strip, including more than 3,000 children who were killed since last October 7.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights stated that the unjustified bombing operations and these numbers of civilian casualties in the Gaza Strip, in addition to the destruction of civilian facilities, hospitals and schools, rise to the level of war crimes, given that these attacks are disproportionate to the current situation.

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