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Mohamed Salah’s view of the Israel-Hamas war

Mohamed Salah of Liverpool on the pitch during the UEFA Europa League match between Liverpool FC and R. Union Saint-Gilloise at Anfield
Mohamed Salah of Liverpool on the pitch during the UEFA Europa League match between Liverpool FC and R. Union Saint-Gilloise at Anfield

The heat from the events following Hamas’s terror attack against Israel on October 7th is causing more deaths than it is making people choose sides. Even Liverpool’s Moslem player, Mohamed Salah, has decided to embrace being vocal about his view.

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In the wake of the most terrifying attack Israel had witnessed in a very long time, which Hamas clerics called Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, Israel launched a counterattack that has allegedly killed more than three thousand people and injured thousands more. The casualties are a mixture of both fighters and civilians.

Life was not savoury in Palestine before the attack, and now things have gotten worse because of a lack of water and food. Apart from not having enough houses to lodge in, the displaced Palestinian population is on the verge of being forced to defecate outside due to a lack of clean infrastructure.

This was after Israel cut off both water and electricity from them and would not let anyone send in help. Even Egypt had to reach an agreement with Israel before they could safely consider sending supplies into Gaza, after Israel recently shelled the road to Gaza when Egypt tried to use it for sending supplies to the stranded civilians. Israeli authorities have agreed to let them pass but warned that the supplies must never get to Hamas.

After sending an undisclosed sum to the Egyptian Red Crescent Society as a charitable donation for those in Gaza, Mohamed Salah has taken to YouTube to air his mind.

‘It is not always easy to speak in times like this,’ he said. ‘There has been too much violence and too much heartbreak and brutality.

‘The escalations in the recent weeks is unbearable to witness. All lives are sacred and must be protected. The massacres need to stop. Families are being torn apart.

‘What is clear now is humanitarian aid to Gaza must be allowed immediately. The people there are in terrible conditions.

‘The scenes at the hospital last night were horrifying. The people of Gaza need food, water and medical supplies urgently.

‘I am calling on the world leaders to come together to prevent the further slaughter of innocent souls – humanity must prevail.’

The heat from the events following Hamas’s terror attack against Israel on October 7th is causing more deaths than it is making people choose sides. Even Liverpool’s Moslem player, Mohamed Salah, has decided to embrace being vocal about his view.

In the wake of the most terrifying attack Israel had witnessed in a very long time, which Hamas clerics called Operation Al-Aqsa Storm, Israel launched a counterattack that has allegedly killed more than three thousand people and injured thousands more. The casualties are a mixture of both fighters and civilians.

Life was not savoury in Palestine before the attack, and now things have gotten worse because of a lack of water and food. Apart from not having enough houses to lodge in, the displaced Palestinian population is on the verge of being forced to defecate outside due to a lack of clean infrastructure.

This was after Israel cut off both water and electricity from them and would not let anyone send in help. Even Egypt had to reach an agreement with Israel before they could safely consider sending supplies into Gaza, after Israel recently shelled the road to Gaza when Egypt tried to use it for sending supplies to the stranded civilians. Israeli authorities have agreed to let them pass but warned that the supplies must never get to Hamas.

After sending an undisclosed sum to the Egyptian Red Crescent Society as a charitable donation for those in Gaza, Mohamed Salah has taken to YouTube to air his mind.

 

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