UN rights chief: Full-scale Rafah offensive ‘cannot take place’

UN rights chief: Full-scale Rafah offensive ‘cannot take place’
UN rights chief: Full-scale Rafah offensive ‘cannot take place’

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Nevin Al Sukari - Sana'a - A displaced Palestinian woman, who fled Jabalia after the Israeli military called on residents to evacuate, carries her belongings on her head as she makes her way towards Gaza City, amid the ongoing conflict between Israel and Hamas, May 12, 2024. — Reuters pic

GENEVA, May 12 — A full-scale Israeli assault on the southern Gaza city of Rafah “cannot take place”, the UN human rights chief insisted today, saying it could not be reconciled with international law.

“I can see no way that the latest evacuation orders, much less a full assault, in an area with an extremely dense presence of civilians, can be reconciled with the binding requirements of international humanitarian law and with the two sets of binding provisional measures ordered by the International Court of Justice,” Volker Turk said in a statement. — AFP

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