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Stockholm: Gaza's health authorities have issued a desperate plea for international assistance as the region faces an escalating humanitarian crisis. Skyline International urging all relevant organizations to allow patients with cancer, chronic illnesses, and injured individuals between the ages of 16 and 65 to travel abroad for essential medical treatment.

The situation in Gaza has reached a critical juncture, with the lack of necessary medical care within the region leading to daily deaths. In response, the Government Media Office in Gaza has issued a separate statement, calling on the international community to take immediate action to address the severe violations against Palestinian prisoners, particularly those attributed to actions by the Israeli government.

According to the Gaza Health Ministry, Israel stands accused of committing six massacres in the Gaza Strip in the past 24 hours alone, resulting in 56 deaths and 89 injuries. This grim toll adds to the staggering figures of 33,899 deaths and 76,664 injuries since the conflict began on October 7th.

Skyline International is urging the international community to fulfill its moral, humanitarian, and legal obligations by intervening to stop these violations and provide essential aid to the people of Gaza. The organization also implores human rights organizations to prioritize securing the release of sick prisoners and child detainees, who are reported to be suffering terribly and enduring torture in Israeli prisons.

In light of these developments, the United Nations has launched a funding appeal of $2.8 billion to provide aid to 3.3 million people in the Gaza Strip, the occupied West Bank, and East Jerusalem. This funding request, covering the period from April to December 2024, underscores the urgent need for international support to address the unfolding crisis.

Qatar's Foreign Minister, Mohammed bin Abdul Rahman Al Thani, has acknowledged the challenges facing ceasefire talks for Gaza and emphasized Qatar's commitment to preventing further escalation of the conflict. Al Thani has called on the international community to take responsibility for the situation and condemned Israel's policy of collective punishment in Gaza, as well as the deteriorating situation in the West Bank.

As the humanitarian situation in Gaza continues to deteriorate, Skyline International stands in solidarity with the people of Gaza and calls for immediate action to alleviate their suffering and address the root causes of the crisis.