Oman, Qatar and Kuwait today became the latest Arab Gulf states to warn Israel against continuing ground operations in the Gaza Strip.
Qatari Foreign Minister Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani said on the ” he said.
Oman on Saturday accused Israel of committing “war crimes” in Gaza and warned against further ground maneuvers.
A foreign ministry statement carried by the state-run Oman News Agency said Israel’s “escalation of its brutal war in the Gaza Strip amounts to war crimes and crimes against humanity.”
Qatar’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs said in a statement that it “totally rejects the indiscriminate bombing of the Gaza Strip and any attempts to displace its population.” Qatar’s top diplomat said mediation efforts were underway to “release civilian hostages” and “end the war.”
Kuwait condemned “any ground invasion of Gaza…demonstrates the Israeli occupation forces’ determination to continue committing crimes against the brotherly Palestinian people,” according to a Foreign Ministry statement.
Their statement came after Saudi Arabia said it “condemns and condemns all ground operations carried out by Israel due to the threat to the lives of Palestinian civilians,” according to the Foreign Ministry.
Riyadh warned the “fraternal Palestinian people of the danger of continuing such blatant and unjustified violations of international law” and warned of “serious implications for regional stability.”