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Islamic Emirate Says Blast at Gaza Hospital a 'Crime Against Humanity'

A blast at a hospital in Gaza Strip that killed over 500 people has triggered international reactions including that of the Islamic Emirate.

The foreign ministry of the Islamic Emirate in a statement condemned the blast at the hospital in Gaza and termed it as act against humanity.

Russia, China, UN, and other countries have called the attack as genocide and horrific.

In the meantime, health officials at Gaza say that most of the victims of the attack are women and children.

"On the morning of the second day, the head of hospital Doctor Maher Ayyad received a phone call from Israeli army, to tell him that we warned you yesterday by firing two strikes. The only place in the world where you get warned of being hit by strikes is the Gaza strip,” said Yousef Abu Al-Rish, Undersecretary of the Health Ministry in Gaza.

"What happened tonight is a huge tragedy and war ugly massacre that cannot be tolerated or allowed to pass without accountability. Tonight Israel airstrike Al-Ahli hospital in Gaza city," said Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian President.

"On the hospital (in Gaza), the tragedy that occurred there is a terrible event. Hundreds of dead and hundreds of wounded. This is, of course, a catastrophe," said Vladimir Putin, the Russian president.

"There is no excuse for hitting a hospital full of civilians. All facts need to be established and those responsible must be held accountable. In this tragic hour, we must all redouble our efforts to protect civilians from the fury of this war," said Ursula Von Der Leyen, EU commission president.

The world reactions come as the Israeli army has denied responsibility for the attack.

The accident of the hospital in Gaza occurs as US president Joe Biden has visited Israeli Prime Minister and is in Tel Aviv where he has reiterated US support for Israel.

Islamic Emirate Says Blast at Gaza Hospital a 'Crime Against Humanity'

Russia, China, UN, and other countries have called the attack as genocide and horrific.

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A blast at a hospital in Gaza Strip that killed over 500 people has triggered international reactions including that of the Islamic Emirate.

The foreign ministry of the Islamic Emirate in a statement condemned the blast at the hospital in Gaza and termed it as act against humanity.

Russia, China, UN, and other countries have called the attack as genocide and horrific.

In the meantime, health officials at Gaza say that most of the victims of the attack are women and children.

"On the morning of the second day, the head of hospital Doctor Maher Ayyad received a phone call from Israeli army, to tell him that we warned you yesterday by firing two strikes. The only place in the world where you get warned of being hit by strikes is the Gaza strip,” said Yousef Abu Al-Rish, Undersecretary of the Health Ministry in Gaza.

"What happened tonight is a huge tragedy and war ugly massacre that cannot be tolerated or allowed to pass without accountability. Tonight Israel airstrike Al-Ahli hospital in Gaza city," said Mahmoud Abbas, Palestinian President.

"On the hospital (in Gaza), the tragedy that occurred there is a terrible event. Hundreds of dead and hundreds of wounded. This is, of course, a catastrophe," said Vladimir Putin, the Russian president.

"There is no excuse for hitting a hospital full of civilians. All facts need to be established and those responsible must be held accountable. In this tragic hour, we must all redouble our efforts to protect civilians from the fury of this war," said Ursula Von Der Leyen, EU commission president.

The world reactions come as the Israeli army has denied responsibility for the attack.

The accident of the hospital in Gaza occurs as US president Joe Biden has visited Israeli Prime Minister and is in Tel Aviv where he has reiterated US support for Israel.

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