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US accuses Israel of sex crimes against Palestinian women while ceasefire is ignored

Last Updated: March 28, 2024By

Funny how Israel’s accusations against Palestinians seem to backfire, isn’t it?

After months of people like the “Goebbels of Gaza”, Eylon Levy, trying to claim that Hamas raped Israeli women on October 7 last year – and its people are raping Israeli hostages now – it seems the opposite is in fact true; Israel Defence Force personnel have been having their way with the women – and girls – of Gaza:

The information came from the United Nations and Israel’s representative has poo-pooed it (of course). But the same man also claimed such crimes have not been reported in the media before, which is completely untrue. If you click on the link, you’ll see that one report of an IDF rapist was published by the Jerusalem Post, so that paper had no reason to publish the official Israeli line without challenging it.

Meanwhile, the UN has passed a resolution demanding a ceasefire in Gaza – and Israel has denounced it as anti-Semitic:

The resolution has repercussions for the UK – and certain politicians here:

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Sadly, This Writer fears that people like Starmer will respond in exactly the same way as the Israeli government:

So Israel launched a genocide in Gaza, and the UK did nothing, along with the rest of the world.

Now the UN has demanded a ceasefire, Israel has ignored it – and the UK is doing nothing, along with the rest of the world.

We have a general election coming up, which genocide supporter Keir Starmer expects to win, along with the rest of his party. If he does, it will be evidence that the UK electorate agrees that the children of Gaza should die, along with everyone else there. If you’re not happy with that, what will you do?

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One Comment

  1. ElDee March 30, 2024 at 8:03 pm - Reply

    What shocks me is that we all seem blissfully unaware that in EVERY war where soldiers have extended contact with the civilians of enemy nations there will be multiple instances of rape of women and children and sexual abuse of men. I don’t accuse a particular country of this I accuse ALL of them. There are ‘worst offenders’ who use it as a weapon of war, of course. It should be said that the bulk of soliders throughout the world don’t do this but there’s those who already act like this in civilian life and then there’s those who feel freed to act as they wish by having complete control of the people – in the same way we see aid workers raping women and children too..

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