“If they consider the children in Gaza to be part of the world’s children, it would be good for them to recognize the right of these oppressed children to a childhood, to continue to live and to grow,” said Kazem Gharibabadi in a post in Farsi on the X, formerly known as Twitter, on Monday.
Gharibabadi serves as the secretary general of Iran's High Council for Human Rights, a subsidiary of the Iranian judiciary. The body has been involved in a campaign of documenting human rights violations and crimes against humanity committed by the Israeli regime during the war in Gaza.
His comments came as the number of children killed since the start of the Israeli aggression on Gaza on October 7 exceeded 5,500 on Monday, according to official figures. That means that one out of every 200 children in Gaza has been killed in Israeli attacks over the past six weeks.
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