Malaysia Condemns Israel Attack On Rafah

In a media statement, Malaysia demands Israel immediately desist and abide by its obligations under international law

PUTRAJAYA – Malaysia condemns in the strongest terms the large-scale offensive in Rafa where millions of displaced civilians are seeking refuge. This irresponsible, illegal and inhumane assault will worsen the current humanitarian catastrophe, exacerbate tension in the region, and further derail efforts towards immediate cessation of hostilities and permanent ceasefire.

Malaysia demands Israel to immediately desist and abide by its obligations under international law. This dastardly military operation clearly vindicates the key goal by the Zionist regime to annihilate the Palestinians from their own land. It again demonstrates their blatant disregard of fundamental principles of international law and a clear contempt of the rulings by the International Court of Justice (ICJ) on 26 January 2024 on the six provisional measures. The international community cannot let this belligerent act by one of its members continue without impunity.

Malaysia Demands The Massacre Be Stopped

The statement from Malaysias Ministry of Foreign Affairs

In this regard, Malaysia echoes the calls by the United Nations Secretary-General for an immediate halt to the vile plan and urges the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) to take swift and decisive action to stop the massacre being perpetrated by the Zionist regime. This includes compelling responsible members of the international community to suspend support to the regime.

Malaysia’s resolute support and solidarity with the Palestinian people remain unwavering, including towards their right to self-determination, the establishment of an independent and sovereign State of Palestine, based on pre-1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as the capital of Palestine and accepted as a full member of the UN. – NMH

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Datin Hasnah is the co-founder and CEO of New Malaysia Herald based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. With an extensive background in mass communication and journalism, she works on building up New Malaysia Herald and it's partner sites. A tireless and passionate evangalist, she champions autism studies and support groups. Datin Hasnah is also the Editor in Chief of New Malaysia Herald.

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