Israel’s latest civilian atrocity in Gaza establishes a horrific precedent for terrorism in Europe and around the globe

As an out-of-control, power-mad, US-supplied, Israeli army blows up residential tower blocks in Gaza in an unprecedented exhibition of undisciplined, criminal action against a civilian population, that treats the internationally agreed Geneva Conventions with utter contempt, the world waits to see what other atrocities the Israeli government will perpetrate with its American F-16 warplanes, bombs and missiles.

The United Nations General Assembly should now pass a resolution, in plenary session, suspending membership of the Israeli state and authorising a worldwide trade boycott against the Netanyahu government.

The Resolution should also recommend the indictment of those responsible for commissioning and carrying out such civilian killings, and their appearance – as soon as possible – before the International Criminal Court, in The Hague, on charges of war crime.

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Articles by: Anthony Bellchambers

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