Mohamed Salah, a forward for Liverpool and Egypt, has urged “world leaders to come together to prevent further slaughter of innocent souls” in the midst of the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict.
Health officials reported that an explosion at a busy hospital in Gaza City on Tuesday night killed hundreds of patients.
Salah, 31, stated that humanitarian help must be permitted “immediately” in Gaza.
He declared that there had been “too much violence, heartache, and brutality.”
According to Palestinian officials, an Israeli air strike caused the explosion at Al-Ahli Arab Hospital.
The Palestinian Islamic Jihad, however, denies the Israeli military’s claim that it was the consequence of a misfired missile launch.
In retaliation for Hamas’ massive onslaught on Israel on October 7 that left 1,400 people dead, Israel has begun pounding Gaza with jets and artillery.
There have been reports of more than 3,000 deaths as a result of strikes on Gaza.
Salah referred to the hospital scenes as “horrific.”
Every life is sacred and needs to be safeguarded. The massacres must end. Families are breaking up.
I’m urging international leaders to get together to stop the further massacre of helpless people.