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Gaza: Destruction of Humanity & Inclusion’s warehouse in Rafah

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Humanity & Inclusion strongly condemns the destruction by the Israeli army of its warehouse in Rafah and all the humanitarian equipment it contained.

Warehouse Atlas Logistique in Rafah, Gaza Strip, before its destruction. April 2024.

Warehouse Atlas Logistique in Rafah, Gaza Strip, before its destruction. April 2024. | © HI

Nearly 200 pallets of humanitarian equipment (medical supplies, mattresses, jerrycans, etc.) were stored in this building managed by Atlas Logistique, one of the organisation’s operational units.

The warehouse, whose location and humanitarian function had been reported to the Israeli authorities, was completely bulldozed.

Humanity & Inclusion denounces this deliberate destruction, which represents yet another obstacle to the humanitarian aid so desperately needed by the people of Gaza.

Humanity & Inclusion is extremely concerned that attacks against humanitarian facilities and operations are becoming a pattern despite proper notification to the Israeli authorities.

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