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United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Turk said he was “very concerned” by comments from senior Israeli officials calling on Palestinians to leave Gaza.

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“I am “very disturbed by the statements made by senior Israeli officials about plans to transfer Gaza civilians to third countries,” Turk wrote upon returning to their homes. International law prohibits the forcible transfer of protected persons to or deportation from occupied territories.”

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