He made the remarks in a post on social media platform X while blaming the West’s human rights organizations for their failure to stop the Israeli strikes in Gaza during the past 114 days, and some Western countries’ support for Israel in its attacks against the coastal enclave.
"The hypocritical face of so-called human rights advocates, including the U.S. government, has been unmasked before the world (in the wake of the developments and situation in Gaza)," he noted.
"Over 1.9 million of the 2.2-million-strong population of the Gaza Strip have been displaced and become homeless, and more than 26,000 of them, including around 18,000 women and children, have been killed," said the spokesman, saying Israel’s supporters should be "ashamed of their intense moral decay" concerning the Gaza residents’ destiny.
Israel has been fighting with Hamas in the Gaza Strip since Oct. 7, 2023, after the group launched a surprise attack on southern Israel that killed about 1,200 people. The Palestinian death toll from the ongoing Israeli attacks on Gaza has risen to 26,422, said the Hamas-run Health Ministry on Sunday.