The content discusses the brutal attacks by Hamas terrorists on Israeli towns and cities, resulting in the deaths of over 1,200 men and women, including entire families. The terrorists also captured Israeli civilians, including infants and the seriously ill and injured. The World Health Organization was criticized for remaining silent on the issue and for taking only symbolic steps in favor of the captive Israelis, while speaking out strongly against Israel’s efforts to protect Palestinian citizens and topple Hamas.
The article also addresses a statement by Dr. Michael Ryan, director of the World Health Organization’s emergency program, regarding the use of medical facilities for military purposes. The IDF published documentation that contradicted Dr. Ryan’s claims about the use of Shifa Hospital in Gaza for terrorist activities. The authors called on the World Health Organization to publicly recognize Hamas’ brutal use of health infrastructure for terrorist purposes and to condemn these actions, including the holding of abductees in hospitals.
The article further argued that the World Health Organization had turned a blind eye to the use of medical facilities for terrorist purposes and was contributing to the continuation of the conflict by failing to address these issues. The authors urged the organization to demand an immediate cessation of the use of human shields, the use of health facilities for terrorist purposes, and the evacuation of civilian populations to safer areas.
In conclusion, the authors stated that while Israel continues to fight Hamas with efforts to protect the civilian population, the World Health Organization must demand the immediate and unconditional release of all abductees and work with international organizations to ensure access to medical care for them. The organization was urged to address the use of health facilities for terrorist activities and the evacuation of civilian populations to safer areas.