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Thursday, September 21, 2017

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Recep Tayyip Erdogan:

Whatever is happening with Muslims in Rohingya is to make Muslims get out of their home land

Shabestan news agency: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that, whatever is happening with Muslims of Rakhine province, Myanmar is to make Muslims leave their home land and if no action is taken for resolving this issue then this issue will cause disgrace in the history of humanity.

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Time :   7/13/2017 5:18:00 PM News Code : 43692

Gaza is not suitable for living
International: The United nation has announced that after a 10-year-old siege, there is no suitable place to live in Gaza.

According to the report of shabestan news agency Iran, the in charge of human affairs in United nations said that the situation of peace and security is getting worse in the Gaza. He added that we had predicted few years ago that may be the Gaza would not be suitable for living. But we didn’t know that our predication will come true so early .

The report, compiled by the UN country team in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, took stock of some key indicators identified in an earlier 2012 UN report that predicted Gaza would become “unlivable” by 2020 unless underlying trends were reversed.

The new report found that real gross domestic product (GDP) per capita had decreased and the provision of health services continued to decline in Gaza, where average Palestinians are trapped in a “sad reality” and their daily lives are “getting more and more wretched”.

The report called on Israel, the Palestinian Authority, Hamas and the international community to take action towards more sustainable development investments, reinvigoration of Gaza's productive sectors, improvement of freedom of movement for both people and goods, as well as respect for human rights and international humanitarian law.

“The alternative will be a Gaza that is more isolated and more desperate,” warned Mr. Piper. “The threat of a renewed, more devastating escalation will increase, and the prospects for intra-Palestinian reconciliation will dwindle – and with them, the prospects for peace between Israel and Palestine.”

 

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