A film which has been created by a group of Australian reporters has fired a global complaint on Israel after it explicitly mentioned Tel Aviv’s practice of crucifixion upon Palestinian children.
The film named Stone Cold Justice reports how Palestinian kids, who have been caught and arrested by Israeli authorities, are reduced to bodily harm, pain and coerced into fake statements and forced into collecting data on Palestinian activists.
Australia’s foreign minister Julie Bishop has spoken out against Israeli’s treatment of cruelty saying that she was very worried about the charges of the abuse of Palestinian children.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Yigal Palmor has reported the human rights abuses recorded in the film as offensive. However, rights organizations have crashed this report, stating that the Israelis are doing nothing to improve Tel Aviv’s strategy to hurt Palestinian children.
Last year a proclamation by the United Nations International Emergency Children’s Fund or UNICEF decided that Palestinian children are regularly targeted in night arrests and invasions of their habitats, intimidated with death and reduced to corporal injury, isolated imprisonment and sexual attack.
The film Stone Cold Justice has fired a universal objection about Israel’s handling of minors in Israeli prisons.
Nevertheless, rights organizations have scrutinized Tel Aviv for not doing anything to build a strategy that defends Palestinian kids facing arbitrary detention and cruelty.
A woman has declared that the Jewish land was given to them by word of honor god.
The description of the Promised Land was summoned in Negro holies as heaven or paradise and as a freedom from slaveholding, usually which can alone be attained by death.
The representation and expression have further been utilized in traditional culture, sermons and in speeches, such as the “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” (1968) speech by Martin Luther King, Jr:
“I just want to do God’s will. And He’s allowed me to go up to the mountain. And I’ve looked over. And I’ve seen the Promised Land. I may not get there with you. But I want you to know tonight, that we, as a people, will get to the Promised Land. So I’m happy, tonight. I’m not worried about anything. I’m not fearing any man. Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord.”
The promise that is the source of the term is held in many verses of Genesis in the Torah. In Genesis 12:1 it is said:
The LORD had said to Abram, “Leave your country, your people and your father’s household and go to the land I will show you.”
and in Genesis 12:7:
The LORD appeared to Abram and told, “To your offspring, or seed I will give this land.”
Critics have noted many difficulties with this agreement and relevant ones:
It is to Abram’s descendants that the land will, in the future tense be provided, not to Abram directly neither there and then. Nevertheless, in Genesis 15:7 it is said: He further said to him, “I am the LORD, who brought you out from Ur of the Chaldeans to give you this land to take possession of it.” Nonetheless, how this line relates to the agreements is a subject of debate.
There is nothing in the promise to show God proposed it is implemented to Abraham’s bodily descendants unreservedly, solely to nobody but these descendants, exhaustively, to all of them, or for eternity.
Nevertheless, more than 40 years Israel has dominated the West Bank, but presently there are serious allegations that Palestinian children are being regularly targetted, captured and imprisoned in the struggle to dominate this argued region.
Furthermore, it’s this terror and coercion that makes this method work so efficiently. They never know when there is going to be this bang on the door in the middle of the night.
A new generation of malice in the making. Imagine in any principal city or in any other cultured community, daily late-night attacks on family homes by heavily equipped soldiers to take away children in blindfolds and handcuffs for questioning.
Imagine a military stockade where the prisoners incorporate children as young as twelve are in handcuffs. Such is the deformity of life, in a country of divided peace plans and very implanted hatreds among 2.5 million Palestinians and 350 thousand homesteaders following more than 40 years of military rule.
A UNICEF statement last year discovered that Palestinian children had been abused under questioning by Israeli defense teams, with death, bodily injury, isolated detention and sexual crimes on themselves or a family member, whilst demanding statements for supposed crimes, most commonly, stone throwing.
UNICEF calculates that over the foregoing decade, a percentage of 700 children a year have been arrested, questioned and processed through Israel’s military judiciary system.
This describes the way law is followed with respect to the children of the West Bank.
It’s a quiet nightfall in a tiny Palestinian community, whilst a 14-year-old boy and his family slumber. Quickly the night is destroyed, the Israeli armed forces are making an assault. The victim, the boy who they allege has cast stones at them. His mother remembers that moment.
Each soldier stood at the doorway of a room. The mum was questioning what did they want with him, and she was ordered to shut up. They began beating her son and dragging him out of bed. She informed them that he wanted to get dressed, so she gave him a coat to cover him but the soldier began making jokes and began laughing.
Husayn Zumaya maintains he’s done nothing illegal, but this starts an 18-day ordeal.
Husayn Zumaya stated, there was a large device with electrical cables on it, attached to the electricity. He wanted to give him an electric shock with it. He was forced to the ground and beaten. He further had a whip with a pipe which he was beaten with.
At the age of 15 years old, the life of a different boy has been turned upside down. He didn’t run off because he knew he hadn’t done anything illegal. They opened fire and hit him with three or four rubber bullets. He was also hit with a gas canister.
He spent the following 82 days in prison, starting with a cross-examination. They held electric batons, which they hit him with. One of the officers raised his disguise, and he had all charcoal covering his face and his eyes were all black. He would be talked to, and they would glare at him to frighten him, and they hit him, and they gave him electric shocks.
As a 14-year-old, another person has come up against Israel’s security services. They ordered him to sign papers, and he told him it’s in Hebrew, he couldn’t understand Hebrew, could they explain it to him? They told him it was for his release and that he needed to sign it. After he signed it at the court, he was shocked to find out that it was confession papers.
These boys are part of the new frontline in the Israeli-Palestinian struggle. They’re amongst the 700 Palestinian children brought each year before Israel’s military court.
They never know when there is going to be a bang on the door in the midst of the night and soldiers are going to command that they bring out their children and one of them is taken away.
On to this frontline has stepped Australian lawyer Gerard Horton, he left his practice as a Commercial law barrister in Sydney six years ago. He’s presently heading a crusade to stop a system under which Palestinian children have fewer rights than Israeli children, including being subjected to night-time arrests by heavily armed soldiers.
This has a disabling impact on whole communities and it’s that terror and coercion that makes the policy work so well, with comparatively fewer soldiers on the ground, therefore, it also makes it really a cost effective occupation.
Yigal Palmor stated that there is simply no policy, a policy to generate fear, there is no such thing, this is what came from his mouth. He stated the only policy is to keep law and order, that’s all, and that if there is no valence, there’s no enforcement.
Valence, as applied in psychology, particularly in addressing emotions, suggests the inherent attractiveness, positive valence or aversiveness, negative valence of an event, purpose, or situation.
Nevertheless, the word is further applied to identify and describe particular emotions. For instance, the emotions commonly referred to as negative, such as violence and fear, have a negative valence, and he stated if there is no valence, there is no enforcement.
Ambivalence is a state of having simultaneous adverse opinions, ideas, or attitudes towards something or persons, in the case, the Palestinians.
Said another way, ambivalence is the sense of having an opinion towards somebody or something that carries both positively and negatively valenced components.
However, President Barak Obama announced to Israeli’s last year that the problem will not resolve itself. He stated that we should put ourselves in their shoes, and see the world through their eyes. He announced it was not just that the Palestinian child cannot grow up in a land of their own, living their whole life under the occupation of a foreign militia that dominates the movements, not just of those young people, but their parents, their grandparents every single day.
Nevertheless, leaders of the Israeli settler movement like Daniella Weiss do not accept this. She stated that they came to a land where other people were living, however, she said this land was guaranteed to the Jewish nation by God. She stated, all the other people that live there need to accept Jewish sovereignty in the Promised Land, and this is the only way she see’s it. So, those who accept it, live happily, those who do not accept it, face confrontations.
Those encounters happen essentially adjacent to settlements. In 1967 Israel started seizing the West Bank, also known as the Palestinian areas. Since then, settlements, generally viewed as prohibited under international law have grown to control the West Bank.
Israel maintains they are not prohibited. Therefore, take a situation concerning two children in the West Bank casting stones, one a Palestinian child, the other an Israeli child living in the settlement. The Palestinian child will be prosecuted in a military jurisdiction, with far fewer freedoms and protections, while his Israeli equivalent living sometimes 500 meters away will be prosecuted in a juvenile justice system which satisfies international standards and complies, and is the kind of system you would expect in any western style government.
It is questionable when you recognize there are probably quite young children being detained in the early hours of the morning.
Leftenant Colonel Maurice Hirsh, the Israeli army officer who manages prosecutions at the military court told it’s, sadly, an operational requirement because of the general disruption of the peace that ensues when they attempt to carry out the rest through the day and the disinclination of the Palestinian people to cooperate with the Law enforcement agency.
To understand Israels two separate judicial methods you have to go to Hebron the biggest Palestinian city in the West Bank. There, 800 Israeli settlers live in the center of Hebron enveloped by 180 thousand Palestinians.
It used to be a flourishing Palestinian marketplace and the result of Israel’s control is clear, now it’s a ghost town, and Israeli soldiers will not permit Palestinians to walk along the streets. Palestinians maintain they have been driven out and countless buildings been taken over by the settlers guarded by soldiers.
One Palestinian man desires to be able to walk along the streets. He is from Hebron, and when questioned why he could not the soldier replied that was the order that he has got. The man asked the soldier, because he needed to walk past to go to the cemetery, so that he could attend his father’s grave, and the soldier said that he could not. It appears unusual, that any other person can wander through the streets, however, Palestinians can’t.
It’s early morning in Hebron and Palestinian children are walking to school when abruptly there is tear gas being discharged. The Israeli army announced that it was in response to stone throwing, the stone throwing wasn’t affirmed, but there were Israeli police coming together when suddenly they discharged tear gas in the direction of the children.
There was no provocation from the children who were attempting to bypass the gas. Their teachers said tear gas is fired there almost daily. Every day is similar to that, and the Israeli’s do it to defend their settlement, but the Palestinians simply want to study with their children, and the week before that they had to take children to the hospital because of the gas.
The police were approached however, the police would not divulge anything.
Hebron has long been a flashpoint, and what happens plainly there is one law for Israeli’s and one law for Palestinians is characteristic of the West Bank, and according to Yehuda Shaul who served there as an Israeli army commander said that the DNA of the military operations that is observed in Hebron is seen all over the West Bank.
Yehuda Shaul needed to end his silence, and 950 current and past Israeli combat soldiers are working to stop human rights violations. He told he’s never broken into houses in the middle of the night there in Jerusalem nor tore apart apartments, however, he stated in Hebron where he served for 14 months, 24/7, that’s what they did in order to make their presence known.
Last July one event shocked many. In the streets of Hebron, a 5-year-old boy, Wadi’a was pulled up by soldiers. An Israeli settler had asserted that the boy had tossed a stone at him, the boy’s friend tried to help him, and kept hold of his hand but the soldiers dragged him away and shoved the boy who was trying to help into a door.
The older boy spoke to Wadi’a and told him not to be afraid and that he was with him. The 5-year-old was hugging the older boy in terror and the older boy was upset, he had tears in his eyes but he stopped himself from crying. He simply gripped onto the younger boy.
Wadi’a told that he was simply playing outside, and then a car came. A man said that he had hurled a stone at the car. He said the Jewish man said that he cast a stone at him.
Wadi’a was taken by 6 soldiers but was freed after two hours. One settler making one assertion is able to stimulate this level of military interference upon a 5-year-old. When his father intervened, he is blindfolded.
Even though they know all of them, and they know they are occupants of the region, they do this because this is their way of driving them away, that’s their work, that is what they do. Wadi’a was asked that when he see’s an Israeli soldier in the street, what does he think, he answered that he is afraid of them, and when they took him into the van, he said that he was crying.
Yehuda Shaul stated that from his military days, he doesn’t even remember children, he told that he has some visions of Palestinian children when he broke into houses in the middle of the night and children began to cry, but they are the obscure recollections that Yehuda has from his military service, because simply the notion that there are children and adults is not the thought that you have there, and he stated that when he was in uniform, it was just them and the military.
Consider what you would do if your 5-year-old child was being taken by soldiers, even by your own police. Gaby Lasky is a leading Israeli lawyer who defends Palestinians. She said, if a 5-year-old had been taken by an authority that is not you, you would do everything in your ability to get your child back. Military courts are the long arm of occupation. We are not speaking about Courts of Justice, we are speaking about Courts of occupation.
Yehuda Shaul grew up thinking that actions as a Military in the occupied territories were there to defend Israel from terrorism, what he’s seen from his three years of service and 9 years of activism and breaking the silence following studying data of above 950 soldiers is that the central story is about keeping full military power over Palestinians.
Palestinians maintain the soldiers are working in harmony with the settlers. Settlers assault Palestinian children while soldiers stand by. Furthermore, a settler fires active ammo, hitting a Palestinian youth on the side of the head, again soldiers stand by.
When you see a settler attacking a Palestinian, soldiers orders are not to intervene.
Palestinian children encounter a threat on two aspects. Neither rests from the army and brutality from settlers. To get to school each day they must walk past a settler outstation, and strikes from settlers have become so serious that the army accompanies the children, but the school has closed early and the army has not turned up.
Presently, the children are on their own, their only security is an Israeli aide who believes that by bringing a camera he will discourage the settlers.
As a Jewish Israeli he can’t explain it in words since he feels somewhat bad since he’s a holocaust survivor since and his grandfather was a holocaust survivor, he was a sympathetic, he ran away for several years and all his family died in the holocaust and he doesn’t get it from one who has experienced from all atrocities how Israeli’s shifted to the people that are making other people suffer for Israel’s behaviour, it’s incredible.
Human behavior can be irrational at times since we are just really stupid people that require an armed force and have created a war on innocent people, just because they want to be on a stage.
As the intermittent battle continues in the Middle East, the quest for an impartial resolution must come to grips with the source of the dispute. The common reason is that, even if both sides are to blame, the Palestinians are illogical terrorists who have no point of view that merits listening to.
The situation, though, is that the Palestinians have a genuine complaint, their motherland for over a thousand years was taken, without their permission and mostly by force, during the conception of the state of Israel.
Furthermore, all succeeding violations, on both sides, inevitably result from this fundamental violation.
The approved Zionist situation is that they showed up in Palestine in the late 19th century to reclaim their tribal motherland. Jews purchased land and began developing the Jewish population there. They were faced with increasingly powerful resistance from the Palestinian Arabs, probably originating from the Arabs’ intrinsic anti-Semitism.
The Zionists were then obliged to protect themselves and, in one form or another, this same position remains up to today.
The dilemma with this story is that it is just not correct. What actually occurred was that the Zionist movement, from the start, looked forward to a substantially total dispossession of the native Arab people so that Israel could be a totally Jewish state or as much as was reasonable.
Land acquired by the Jewish National Fund was held in the name of the Jewish people and could never be sold or even leased back to Arabs, a position which remains to the present.
The Arab population, as it grew more conscious of the Zionists’ plans, vigorously questioned additional Jewish immigration and land purchasing since it posed a real and immediate threat to the very survival of Arab society in Palestine.
Because of this competition, the whole Zionist scheme never could have been accomplished without the armed backing of the British. The broad bulk of the inhabitants of Palestine, by the way, had been Arabic since the seventh century A.D, over 1200 years.
In short, Zionism was based on a flawed, colonialist world opinion that the rights of the native settlers didn’t matter. The Arabs’ hostility to Zionism wasn’t based on anti-Semitism but preferably on a completely rational concern of the dispossession of their people.
Seems like they existed pretty freely amongst one another before Zionists came along and threw a spanner in the works and declared all-out hostilities toward the Palestinians. What happened to love thy neighbor, now it’s let’s fake to love you, while we blow you all up, now they simply blow each other up, including their children, parents, grandparents, and other mother f*ckers they can get their hands on.
Merely to make things quite apparent, when the Jews and Zionists are all dead, you can’t take the land with you, it will still be there when you are dead and buried. Will it make you live longer, of course not, will it get you into the Kingdom of heaven, of course not?
Thou shalt not kill, that’s what is states in the Testament, I’m sure I’ve read it someplace before on my ramblings, only my wanderings as a Jew did not mean I could murder a child or an innocent grandmother. My hands are clean, I didn’t kill anyone because I fancied a bit of land, and I stamped my feet like a spoilt child because I couldn’t have it.
Did I get out my AK47 and blow somebodies brains out, no I didn’t because I’m not a greedy child with nothing else better to do with my time. Yes, I’ll be shunned for writing this article, but who cares, eventually death will take its toll, and I might even get to those pearly gates, you just never know, but even if I don’t, at least I’ll not have blood on my hands.
Of course, I don’t believe in God as such, but I do believe this. This land that we live on is not ours, it does not belong to us, it is here for us to live upon in unity and peace, to sustain and manage, so that prospective generations can live on it in union and balance, the circle of life, to go round and round, until it all ends.
It doesn’t really belong to anyone, it’s on loan, however, we plainly appear to want to tarnish it as much as possible because as human beings, we are really greedy people that want more and more.
There are specific laws that we were given so that we could live by them, they were called the 10 Commandments. I don’t honestly know if they ever truly existed. Sorry, I don’t have a crystal ball to hand, all I do know is that they have been handed down over centuries, perhaps for a special purpose because somebody or something recognized that when life was formed or designed, it was created with one significant defect, and that was a total and absolute indulgence.
To fight for a country that actually isn’t yours, to murder innocent people is genocide, but if you called an Israeli Jew Hitler, I believe they would get slightly upset.
Whilst there has been the recent criticism of those taking the view that Israel is perpetrating genocide against Palestinians, there is a long history of human rights research and legal study that confirms the contention.
Leading scholars of the international law crime of genocide and human rights authorities take the view that Israel’s tactics toward the Palestinian people could form a kind of genocide. Those policies range from the 1948 mass murder and displacement of Palestinians to a half-century of military rule and, correspondingly, the discriminatory legal regime ruling Palestinians, repeated military attacks on Gaza, and official Israeli reports explicitly supporting the removal of Palestinians.
Genocide is a word that has both sociological and legal definition. The word genocide was invented in 1944 by a Jewish Polish legal scholar, Raphael Lemkin. For Lemkin, the term does not necessarily mean mass murders.
More frequently, genocide points to a coordinated system directed at the removal of the fundamental foundations of the life of social groups so that these groups die and perish like plants that have suffered a disease. The end may be achieved by the coerced disintegration of political and social institutions, of the culture of the people, of their language, their national feelings, and their belief.
It may be achieved by wiping out all basis of individual protection, freedom, well-being, and dignity. When these means fail the machine gun can always be used as a last option. Genocide is directed against a national group as an entity and the assault on individuals is only secondary to the annihilation of the national group to which they belong.
Following Lemkin’s first citation of the word, it has got a political, social, and legal interest. For political experts, historians, and sociologists, genocide is recognized as a primary example of collective violence, with a unique spot in the rainbow of political brutality, armed opposition, and conflict, of which it is normally regarded as a part.
From a legal view, genocide, like the crime against mankind of murder, is an international violation identified by the particular intention to separate into a group on perceived grounds through a sequence of actions or omissions usually reflected in and managed within State systems.
Whilst different in scope, both genocide and murder, reduce a person to their identification with or membership in a gathering, but further attack the gathering itself. Abuse criminalizes the denial of basic freedoms for members of the group, and genocide criminalizes the most violent degree of prejudice, attempts to truly defeat the crowd.
According to the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, genocide involves many actions performed with the intention to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group as such, comprising, killing branches of the group, causing severe physical or mental injury to branches of the group.
Intentionally inflicting on the assembly conditions of life determined to bring about its physical devastation in whole or in part, and forcing actions designed to stop births inside the group.
This interpretation is shown in Article 6 of the Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), which has authority over violations happening in the area of the State of Palestine since June 13, 2014.
The Genocide Convention was addressed in the repercussions of World War II and the aversions of the Holocaust, mainly to stop and limit such horrors in the tomorrow and, failing that, to discipline those accountable.
The Convention, therefore, granted a legal structure that explicitly recognizes the nature of the offense of genocide, regardless of the political, social, or cultural changes in which the offense may be endeavored or carried out and despite the particular qualities, stage, or scale of the genocidal method.
The Holocaust established the terms by which a kind of widespread or prevalent brutality toward a group might be legitimately named genocide as a broad sociological thought as it need not indicate a connection to any other particular event.
Scholars of genocide have recognized it as a crime different from other kinds of conflict, killing, brutality, prejudice, and control. Genocidal action aims not just to contain, manage, or subordinate a society, but to destroy and divide up its social continuation.
Therefore genocide is defined, not by a singular kind of brutality, but by general and prevalent brutality. It is noted that settler colonial regimes are structurally predisposed to genocide, and can coddle in genocidal moments when they become defeated by the resistance of a settled or occupied people.
The word genocide has been applied to characterize the mass killing of Armenians by the Ottomans, Stalin’s removal of Chechens, Ingush Tartars, and Jews from the U.S.S.R., the elimination of Jews and Hungarians from Romania, and Italy’s attempts to free Slovenes and Croats from the Dalmatian coast.
There have been successful prosecutions of people for genocide occurring out of attempts to destroy the Tutsi people in Rwanda in 1994 and Srebrenica in Bosnia-Herzegovina in 1995.
Many leading human rights professionals, advocates, and scholars have declared that Israel’s tactics and operations with regard to the Palestinian people have resulted to a kind of genocide.
With regard to the creation of the Israeli nation in 1948, there has been a strong scholarly discussion about if the settlement of Jews and the removal of Palestinians in Mandate Palestine could be defined as genocide. We can assume that pre-war Zionism entailed the construction of an incipiently genocidal comprehension towards Arab culture.
Israel penetrated lacking an overarching plan, so that its specific genocidal assaults began situationally and incrementally, inside local as well as national decisions. On this reckoning, this was a little decentered, webbed genocide, growing in interaction with the Palestinian and Arab enemy, in the context of war.
In 2010, the Journal of Genocide Studies entertained a discussion between Martin Shaw and another leading scholar of genocide, on whether the name genocide could be reasonably implemented to the Israeli behavior towards Palestinians, especially the removal and murder of Arabs in 1948.
The two scholars took vastly diverse views on the issue, but the journal denied grievances from some areas that it was illegal, or worse, a biased issue to pose and question at all.
The Palestinians have been the victims of genocide as outlined by the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.
For over the past six and one-half decades, the Israeli administration and its forerunners in law, the Zionist agencies, forces, and terrorist groups, have ruthlessly executed a precise and extensive military, political, religious, economic, and cultural attack with the intention to destroy in large part the national, ethnical, racial, and various religious group, Jews versus Muslims and Christians, creating the Palestinian people.
When the general population approved legal laws that would control the operations of occupying authorities while further defending the justices of occupied peoples and nations/states, it was recognized that military rule would be a short-lived necessity assistant to armed struggle and that the occupying army would be removed at the end of the fight.
Israel’s continued aggressive control of the West Bank, comprising East Jerusalem, and Gaza for 50 years far transcends the sort of control that encouraged the formulation of legal practices of control contained in international law.
Given the apparently robust reality of the Israeli invasion of the West Bank and Gaza, some human rights specialists, including Israeli historian Ilan Pappé, have warned of an incremental genocide of Palestinians and the final end of Palestinians as a national group.
This incremental genocide within the methods and practices that have both supported and accepted as the endorsements of Israel’s control is achieved, they contend, by a normalization of the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory and the expulsion or absorption of the national organization of people who identify as Palestinian.
International legislation is explicit that an occupying authority may not annex the people or area it controls.
There’s no uncertainty here that this is incremental genocide. It’s been going on for an extended time, the murder of people, the amazingly poor conditions of life, the exiles that have gone on from Lydda in 1947 and ‘48, when 700 or more communities in Palestine were destroyed, and in the exiles that proceeded from that time until today.
It’s true and necessary to identify it for what it is. Furthermore, we need to highlight today that these crimes are a component of a larger collection of cruel actions by Israel organizing international atrocities, carried out by Israel over numerous years, going back to at least 1947 and 1948.
They encompass violations that aren’t discussed that much in the media or the newspapers, the atrocities of genocide, violations upon mankind, and apartheid. These crimes can be contested in the International Criminal Court and are defined there.
The Russell Tribunal on Palestine, a nongovernmental people’s body made up of leading international human rights masters and advocates, gathered between November 2010 and September 2014 to examine the issue of human rights crimes in the connection of the Israeli invasion of the West Bank, comprising East Jerusalem, and Gaza.
It took testimony and pondered particularly on the issue of if Israel may have perpetrated genocide in connection to the Palestinian people. The panel decided that some Israeli settlers and leaders may have been guilty in some cases of the separate violation of provocation to genocide, which is defined in Article 3(c) of the Genocide Convention.
The combined result of the long-standing administration of cumulative suffering in Gaza seems to inflict conditions of life thought to bring about the incremental removal of the Palestinians from a society in Gaza. The Tribunal highlights the potential for an administration of oppression to become genocidal as a result.
With regard to Israel’s most recent military offensive, the so-called Operation Protective Edge set upon Gaza in the summer of 2014, important human rights authorities showed concern that the military operations constituted a breach of the international humanitarian law as included in the Geneva Conventions.
Amnesty International announced a declaration declaring an International Criminal Court (ICC) examination was crucial to shatter the perception of impunity which kept alive the commission of war crimes and crimes against humankind in Israel and the Occupied Palestinian Territories.
The case for such action is made all the more enthralling in the knowledge of the ongoing serious breach of international humanitarian legislation being perpetrated by all individuals to the prevailing hatreds in the Gaza Strip and Israel.
The ICC has authority over genocide, and the U.N. Special Advisers on the Prevention of Genocide published a declaration two weeks into the 2014 attack that they were outraged by the blatant use of hatred discourse in the social media, especially upon the Palestinian people, observing that people have distributed communications that could be dehumanizing to the Palestinians and have ordered the killing of members of this organization, whilst warning all that motive to perpetrate murder atrocities is forbidden under international legislation.
Al-Haq, the oldest Palestinian Human Rights group, determined that severe breaches of international law were perpetrated in the course of the 2014 Israeli offensive against Gaza. Al-Haq, simultaneously with other Palestinian human rights groups the Palestinian Center for Human Rights, Al-Mezan, and Aldameer presented a legal dossier to the International Criminal Court asking it to initiate an inquiry and prosecution into the atrocities against mankind and war violations perpetrated throughout the course of Israel’s 2014 Gaza attack.
The violations suggested for prosecution by these human rights organizations include genocide.
Handfuls of Holocaust survivors, collectively with hundreds of offspring of Holocaust survivors and victims, blamed Israel of genocide for the deaths of more than 2,000 Palestinians in Gaza throughout the 2014 Israeli military attack on Gaza, “Operation Protective Edge.
Hundreds of people perished in the Holocaust, and it’s wrong that Israel should be doing the equivalent to the Palestinians, we should have learned from what occurred in World War 2, and it should have made us understand that it should never happen again.
Nevertheless, it appears that we have not learned at all since the Israeli’s are hell bent on destroying the Palestinian people and they are making them suffer. This home that the Israeli’s and the Palestinian’s live on should belong to both, they should both be permitted to walk on it, live on it, work on it, labor on it, it should belong to everyone.
After all, they can’t take it with them, but they believe that it belongs to them by virtue, so they go about murdering innocent men, women, and children in the process to acquire a portion of land.
We swore that these crimes would never happen again, but we appear to want to hold these people to ransom when all they want is some freedom, but now it’s too late since this country is steeped in conflict, stirred by hatred and disorder.
Their departure from the truth and the notoriety that they accomplish is all the recognition that they require, the playhouse of death, to ensconce prejudice which can never have a positive result. If the Palestinians protest they then become a scapegoat, but it appears more than that now.
To drag innocent children from their beds at night whilst they are asleep because Israeli soldiers have said that they have launched stones at them is a bit extreme. It’s a military organization and nothing more, to browbeat and abuse through unadulterated pleasure, and as we obtain the information of this we must recognize that this conduct is just corrupt.
Ultimately, there will be no way back, since there must be a crucial moment when we must stop this war once and for all. This fight for land must end!
I do have sympathy for both sides, however, when it comes down to it, it is complete and absolute selfishness that makes this battle go on. This country is plentiful, and many people can live there peacefully if they so wished to do so, but they have made a complex situation into a war zone.
There are two situation’s that could befall them, we could either pull out and let them get on with it, or if they can’t all live together in agreement, maybe Israeli’s or Palestinian’s should not live there at all, and they should both be eliminated.
Nevertheless, genocide is unconstitutional, and that would never happen, however, we have no difficulty letting them annihilate each other, torture children, and take children from their beds in the middle of the night, that appears to be acceptable. The only way to triumph is to allow the Palestinian’s to have what they want, or for somebody to come in and tell each, the Israeli’s and Palestinian’s what they can have, and that if there is controversy in the land they will be incarcerated – each and every one of them.
Prejudice ferments in this land, and we must recognize that this is a no-win situation. There is no fault finding here, nobody is right and nobody is in the wrong, both parties believe that it belongs to them, however, they are so wrong, and I decline to accept that each side truly wants to fight unendingly.