July 21, 2014 at 12:52 pm
The Arab Doctors Union called on the United Nations to swiftly intervene to help open "humanitarian corridors" in the embattled Gaza Strip, a statement said today.
The ADU expressed its concern about the "disastrous humanitarian conditions" in Gaza and the targeting of medical teams and ambulances.
The union called on "all concerned parties" to immediately open humanitarian corridors for civilian victims of the Israeli onslaught. It demanded the international community exercise pressures on all relevant parties.
This morning, the Palestinian death toll in Gaza reached 469 civilians.