/Prince William – ‘Too many killed’ – Israel-Gaza war
Prince William - 'Too many killed' - Israel-Gaza war

Prince William – ‘Too many killed’ – Israel-Gaza war

Prince William – ‘Too many killed’ – Israel-Gaza war – as he visits Red Cross

Prince William – ‘Too many killed’ – Israel-Gaza war

The Prince has called for an “end to the fighting as soon as possible”, in a strongly worded intervention on the Israel-Gaza conflict.

Prince William said he is “deeply concerned” about the “human cost” of the Israel-Hamas war.

The Prince has shared a rare, powerful statement on the ongoing war between Israel and Hamas.

Statement came while Prince William visited the British Red Cross at its headquarters in Central London.  This where he heard about the humanitarian efforts taking place.  Red Cross offers support to those affected by the conflict in the Middle East.

It’s understood the government was briefed about the prince’s statement and his visit, via the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office.

The prince heard warnings from senior crisis manager, Pascal Hundt.  Pascal said without medical supplies or fuel, hospitals risked “becoming a cemetery”.  Also, distributing humanitarian aid had become difficult because of looting by “hungry mobs”.

Prince William also told that the Red Cross ready to help with the release of hostages.

Israel launched its operations in Gaza following an attack by Hamas on southern Israel on 7 October.  About 1,200 people were killed and more than 240 others taken hostage.


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