CAFOD in the Middle East appeals for urgent ceasefire

RELIGIONS NEWS AGENCY (REDNA) – The Catholic aid agency CAFOD has marked 100 days of conflict in Israel / Gaza with an appeal for an urgent ceasefire.

This comes as news reaches them that their local partner had to move out of Khan Younis because of increasing attacks.

Elizabeth Funnell, CAFOD’s Country Representative for the Middle East, said the partner organisation had helped around 9,000 people with temporary shelter, hot meals and children’s activities, but it was too dangerous, so everyone had to move out into hastily built shelters.

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