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The Europe Peace Foundation is deeply saddened and concerned by the recent tragic events in a refugee camp in Occupied Palestine, where three Palestinians have lost their lives and six others have been injured. The blocking of ambulances during this military operation is distressing, as it hampers the immediate medical assistance that could save lives.

We strongly condemn any act that results in the loss of innocent lives, particularly in a context where vulnerable individuals are already facing unstable and dangerous living conditions. The Europe Peace Foundation is deeply troubled by reports indicating that the military operation targeted homes and caused damage to already precarious structures in the refugee camp, posing an even greater risk to the safety and well-being of the residents.

Refugee camps should never be subjected to military force or become the targets of violence. These camps are meant to provide temporary shelter and support for individuals who have been displaced from their homes, and it is essential to ensure their safety and security.

The Europe Peace Foundation reiterates its unwavering solidarity with activists and individuals who are working tirelessly to achieve a ceasefire between Israel and Palestine. The loss of innocent Palestinian lives and the displacement of people should not be the norm. We call for an immediate end to the targeting of innocent individuals, particularly those living in refugee camps, and we emphasize the urgent need to prioritize the protection of vulnerable populations.

The Europe Peace Foundation remains committed to advocating for peace in Palestine. We believe that dialogue, understanding, and respect for human rights are essential in finding a just and lasting solution to the ongoing conflict. It is our collective responsibility to work towards a future where all individuals can live in peace, security, and dignity, free from violence and displacement.