Special summit of Arab and Islamic leaders focusing on Gaza held in Saudi Arabia

Bayan News – The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Saudi Arabia has announced that the country is hosting a special summit today, Saturday (November 10th), with the participation of Arab and Islamic leaders to discuss the current situation in Gaza.

In a statement released on the “X” network, the ministry stated that considering the importance that leaders of all participating countries attach to the integration of efforts and the adoption of a unified position, the summit aims to establish a unified stance among Arab and Islamic countries. This unified stance requires Arab and Islamic unity and represents the joint Arab and Islamic will regarding the dangerous and unprecedented developments in Gaza and Palestinian territories.

However, it has been nearly a month since the Israeli-Hamas conflict in the Gaza Strip, and despite diplomatic efforts, a ceasefire has not been established.

According to the announcement of the Palestinian Ministry of Health, since the beginning of its military aggression against the Gaza Strip and its complete blockade, Israel has targeted 135 health centers and 21 hospitals in the densely populated area through the most intense attacks and bombardments, leading to their destruction.

The intensification of Israeli attacks has resulted in the death of over 11,000 people and the injury of nearly 30,000 others in Gaza since the start of the war.

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