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Hague court looking at Israeli killing of Gazans

18 Mai 2018

Though, Pentagon on Thursday justified Israeli violence against Palestinians. We also call on the Security Council to take effective and decisive steps in this regard. We must strive for a future where Israel and Palestine thrive as States in which all are equally respected, and where civil society is able to play its constructive role. "O Jews!" they shout. "This is what we are defending our families against, and you would do exactly the same".

Referring to the recent violence in Gaza, the United Nations deputy chief said that it "underscores the need for action". Make no mistake, Hamas continues to deprive the Gaza population of their basic rights and is cynically coercing the people for violent provocations against Israel. "How can Hamas reap the fruits if it pays such an expensive price?"

Salah Bardawil, a senior Hamas official, told Palestinian news outlet Baladna TV that 50 out of the 60 who died on Monday were members of his organization, while the rest were civilians.

Dozens of Palestinians have been killed and many others injured in clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli forces. The same Hamas that has called for genocide of every single Jew. I agree with him.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks in Jerusalem on Thursday. After that, the head of the government started to quote the leaders of the terrorist group Hamas.

Altogether Israeli forces have killed some 116 Palestinians since protests along Gaza's border with Israel began six weeks ago. His words; "This is not peaceful resistance", he said.

Israeli army spokesman Lieutenant Colonel Jonathan Conricus said troops tried using non-lethal weapons like tear gas and rubber bullets when possible and had tried dousing burning tires with water cannons, but those methods had not proven sufficiently effective.

Al-Quds reported that Bosnia refuses to extradite a suspect in the 2016 killing of Mohammed Zouari, a Hamas member, in Tunisia.

The event coincided with Donald Trump's decision to move the US' embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

On Wednesday, Pakistan's Ambassador to the United Nations Maleeha Lodhi on Wednesday called for an independent inquiry into Israeli "state terrorism" in Gaza.

"People on the right think that Israel has successfully defended its border against people who tried to cross the border and actually interfere with its sovereignty", she said.

Furthermore, Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki was reported in al-Hayat al-Jadida suggesting that Arab countries should recall their ambassadors to the USA in response to the relocation of the U.S. embassy to Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Hague court looking at Israeli killing of Gazans