YEMEN Press Agency

“There’s nowhere safe in Gaza Strip for people to go:” UNRWA

SANAA, Feb. 11 (YPA) – “There is no longer anywhere else for people to go in the far south of the Gaza Strip,” UNRWA Spokesperson Tamara Alrifai, said in a statement on Sunday.

She stressed that launching an Israeli operation on Rafah means killing more Palestinians.

“Danger now looms on the horizon in light of the risks of the Israeli occupation forces targeting the Rafah area where people are currently congregating,” the spokeswoman explained.

In the same context, Alrifai confirmed that UNRWA has not yet received any evidence about the accusations made by Israel that a number of agency employees were involved in the attack launched by the Palestinian resistance on October 7.

On the other hand, High Representative of the European Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy, Josep Borrell, warned on Saturday of a possible attack by the Israeli occupation army in Rafah, which he said would amount to an “unspeakable humanitarian catastrophe,” while the Saudi Foreign Ministry warned in a statement “of the extremely dangerous repercussions of storming and targeting the city of Rafah.”