Vienna, 9 November 2023 (TDI): Dr. Riyad Al-Maliki, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates of the State of Palestine, has issued an urgent address to the Director General of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, Rafael Mariano Grossi.

Minister Al-Maliki hinted at Eliyahu’s leaks of the idea taking place in the Israeli cabinet meetings to destroy Gaza. This comes in response to alarming statements made by Israeli Minister Amichai Eliyahu, who hinted at the possibility of dropping the Nuclear Bomb on the Gaza Strip to commit genocide against Palestinian people.

In his letter, Minister Al-Maliki emphasized that Eliyahu’s remarks not only pose a grave threat to the Palestinian people but also amount to an official acknowledgment of Israel’s possession of nuclear weapons and weapons of mass destruction.

Al-Maliki highlighted Israel’s illegal development of nuclear weapons, its refusal to join the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and its rejection of any monitoring or safeguards systems.

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Al-Maliki underscored the urgent need for the IAEA and member states to address this critical situation, pointing out that the use of nuclear weapons against one country is a threat to all nations.

The Minister Al-Maliki called for immediate and decisive action to counteract this threat to the lives of the Palestinian people and neighboring countries.

He further urged the IAEA and member states to condemn the threats emanating from Israel and its officials and to deploy all available measures to neutralize this clear and imminent danger.

Minister Al-Maliki emphasized the responsibility of the international community to protect the right to life of the Palestinian people and ensure regional stability.

This urgent appeal comes as tensions escalate, emphasizing the pressing need for international intervention to prevent a potential humanitarian catastrophe.