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Malala calls for an end to suffering in Gaza

Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala Yousafzai has called for an end to the “unnecessary suffering” of people in Gaza. This information was revealed in a report by the Qatar-based news outlet Al Jazeera on Saturday.

According to the report, Malala has urged for a “complete ceasefire” to stop the indiscriminate bombing in the besieged Gaza Strip. In a post on social media platform Ex, Malala stated that tonight she feels a sense of peace for the women and children of Gaza. However, it is disheartening to think that Israeli airstrikes may resume soon.

Malala further expressed that it is essential for us to speak up for them—a complete ceasefire and more humanitarian assistance are needed. She added that the unnecessary suffering must come to an end soon.

Meanwhile, a four-day ceasefire is currently in effect in the ongoing conflict between Hamas and Israel. On the first day of the ceasefire, Qatar announced the release of ’39 women and children’ from Israeli custody.

Previously, as part of the ceasefire agreement with Israel, the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas released 12 Thai and 13 Israeli citizens who were under its control.

According to the latest statistics from Palestinian authorities, more than 14,850 Palestinians in Gaza have lost their lives in Israeli attacks, including over 8,000 children and women. Additionally, more than 28,200 people have been injured.

Over the past month, the relentless bombing by Israel has caused extensive damage to hospitals, mosques, and thousands of buildings in Gaza. According to Israeli government statistics, 1,200 Israelis have already lost their lives.

It is noteworthy that Hamas, based in Gaza, has announced a military campaign against Israel in response to its ongoing attacks. In a statement, the head of Hamas’s military wing, Mohammed Deif, mentioned that on Saturday morning (October 7), the “Operation Al-Aqsa Storm” began with the launch of five thousand rockets into Israel. During this time, Israel acknowledged the possibility of an incursion from Gaza.

In essence, this marks the beginning of the largest-scale conflict in the Middle East since 1953 in the Al-Aqsa region.

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