“Bloodbath” imminent as Israel announces operation in Rafah according to WHO

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In light of Israel’s imminent military action in Rafah, the World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a grim warning.

The notice was posted on Saturday on the organization’s X page.

The attack on Rafah, a city on the southern border, was predicted to result in “a bloodbath.”

More than 1.2 million people, many of whom are unable to leave, are taking refuge in the area, according to the World Health Organization.

A new influx of people forced to leave their homes would make already-scarce resources like food, water, and sanitation even more scarce, which would increase the likelihood of disease outbreaks, make hunger more worse, and cause more casualties, according to the report.

In spite of continuing assaults and shortages of essential medical supplies, fuel, and personnel, the World Health Organization reported that just 33% of Gaza’s 36 hospitals and 30% of primary health care centers were operational in some capacity.

The World Health Organization has demanded an end to the violence in Gaza as soon as possible and for it to last, as well as the lifting of all restrictions that prevent the large-scale delivery of life-saving humanitarian aid.

Benjamin Netanyahu, the prime minister of Israel, is hell-bent on attacking Rafah in order to wipe out the last remaining Hamas strongholds.

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