Arab Organisation for Human Rights in the UK (AOHR UK) stated that a truce was reached for only four days after more than a month and a half of a genocide being committed in the Gaza Strip in full view of the world, and after the occupation gangs committed the most horrific crimes of siege, killing, and destruction of housing and infrastructure.
It emphasised that allowing the entry of relief to the Gaza Strip, while the bodies of those killed are filling the streets or buried under the rubble and require search teams and heavy equipment to remove them, is never enough.
The massacres carried out by the occupation gangs over a period of 49 days, which left 15,000 dead and 40,000 wounded, the vast majority of whom were women, children and the elderly, in addition to the displacement of more than 1.2 million citizens, should have prompted a complete ceasefire and the entry of medical teams and humanitarian aid.
The position of the Arab and Islamic countries must change and turn this temporary truce into a permanent ceasefire. It is unacceptable for the four days to end for the occupation to return to committing more massacres, as the Prime Minister of the occupation government vowed in his speech to the media. He and the members of the Council stressed their willingness to proceed with the extermination war after the end of the days of the truce.
Peoples of the world are fed up with the position of the Arab and Islamic regimes and wondering how longer they would remain watching the crimes of Israel being committed without taking any action other than issuing meaningless condemnation statements.
The ministerial delegation of the Arab and Islamic summit that visited China and Russia should have called on these countries to form an alliance to stop the ongoing massacres in the Gaza Strip. However, despite the seriousness of the situation, it did not do more than diplomatic niceties or achieve any serious action on the ground, the least of which is opening the Rafah crossing.
AOHR UK reiterated its call to Egypt, Jordan, UAE, Morocco and Bahrain to sever diplomatic relations with Israel, since continuing their diplomatic relations with Israel while at the same time issuing hollow statements of condemnation is deceitful and immoral.
AOHR UK also called on President Abbas to refer the genocide file to the International Court of Justice and to stop obstructing the efforts of other countries to take this step for flimsy reasons. Jordan, which is a state party to the International Criminal Court, must also join the countries that referred the crimes committed by Israel to the International Criminal Court to put pressure on the Prosecutor of the Court to take practical steps to prosecute the war criminals and bring them to justice.