Euro-Med Monitor: 71% of Gaza’s population suffers from severe levels of hunger
The Euro-Med Monitor for Human Rights stated in a recent statement published that 71% of Gaza’s population suffers from severe levels of hunger.
Follow up – Al-Khabar Al-Yemeni:
The statement also clarified that “98% of Gaza’s population suffers from insufficient food consumption.”
This announcement coincides with the revelation by an international organization of the truth about the Israeli enemy’s deliberate policy of starving the besieged population of Gaza and depriving them of food and medicine.
The organization “Human Rights Watch” published a press release in the past few hours confirming that “officials in Tel Aviv openly declared their intention to deprive civilians in Gaza of food and water.”
The organization explained that “the Israeli occupation government’s use of the starvation of civilians as a weapon in the Gaza Strip is considered a war crime.”
It is worth mentioning that the Sana’a forces imposed a blockade on the Israeli enemy and announced the prevention of ships of any nationality from reaching the enemy entity until the complete delivery of the needs of Gaza’s population in terms of medicine and food, in response to the suffocating Israeli siege imposed on the population there.