Jasem Mohamed Albudaiwi, the secretary general of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC), has expressed grave concern over Israel’s “declared intentions” to invade Rafah. He described this as a “blatant violation of international law and humanitarian conventions” and warned that it could have far-reaching consequences.
Albudaiwi emphasized that the planned invasion not only has the potential to escalate violence but also threatens to destabilize the region’s security and stability. Moreover, he pointed out that it could lead to further deterioration and suffering for the Palestinian people.
Calling on the international community to take action, Albudaiwi urged for a united front against these Israeli plans. He emphasized the importance of addressing the situation with a spirit of unity and shared responsibility, and with a deep commitment to the principles of peace, justice, and human dignity.
Albudaiwi’s statement serves as a call to action for the international community to come together and address the potential consequences of Israel’s planned invasion of Rafah. It highlights the need for a collective effort in upholding international law and humanitarian conventions, and in promoting peace and stability in the region.