The big statement of the Emir of Qatar, cannot give the green light for a deadly attack on Israel

Hamas Isreal War Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, the ruler of Qatar Israel (Israel) And has expressed serious concern about the ongoing war between Hamas. In his first public statement since Qatar’s participation in brokering a ceasefire, the emir said Israel should not be given an “unconditional green light to kill”. He urged the international committee to take immediate steps in this direction. The Emir of Qatar emphasized that if the Israeli army escalates the war, there is a risk of increasing insecurity in the region and the world.

Qatar (Qatar) Emir Sheikh Tamim said these things in the Consultative Shura Council held in Qatar. He rejected the dual policies and urged the world to pay attention to the plight of Palestinian children. Sheikh Tamim insisted that the lives of children should be protected. The Qatari sheikh’s statement comes as the Israeli military urged the evacuation of northern Gaza in a fresh warning.

Israel’s objective is to destroy Hamas

the israeli the army (Army) has besieged the northern part of the city for more than a week, with the intention of eliminating Hamas from Gaza. Here they are deployed with tanks and lethal weapons. The Israeli military has vowed to eliminate the Hamas group and its leadership, military bases and operations. The IDF has been carrying out airstrikes in response to a Hamas attack on October 7, and large numbers of children, women and the elderly are dying in Gaza.

Leaders of many countries, including America, arrived in Israel

Global leaders have supported Israel. Meanwhile, the Emir of Qatar appealed for restraint and adherence to international humanitarian law to prevent civilian deaths. The leaders of the United States, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and the United Kingdom appealed to Israel to protect its citizens. Qatar’s Emir Sheikh Tamim reiterated his commitment to provide humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip. The war has so far caused heavy losses, with more than 6500 people killed. More than 5,000 of them are in Gaza alone.