22 October, 2021

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Gaza Crisis: UN’s Ban Ki-moon Calls For Ceasefire

“The UN’s secretary general has called for an immediate ceasefire as Israel’s pounding of Gaza enters its sixth day. Ban Ki-moon said he was going to Cairo to join talks about a possible truce. Sunday was the bloodiest day of Operation Pillar of Defence, as Israel said it was targeting the homes of Hamas militants.” BBC reports.

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    I hope there is some kind of peaceful resolution for this never ending crisis. These poor Palestinian civilians are caught between to violent factions, and are paying the price heavily with many casualties, especially children. It is time Israel was reined in by the world for 60 years of occupation, crimes and blockades, against 1.5 million people who live over each other in a compressed area. The world has ignored the plight of these helpless people and they are unable to exist with so many crippling restrictions. Israel has behaved like a rogue nation, and it’s influence over the US politicians have been, have given them a free pass to atrocities and crimes against humanity.

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    Panda: Quote”1.5 million people who live over each other in a compressed area.”unquote

    Down with the human rights law it’s just made the west into a hell hole of immigrants in ghettos who are unabashedly unpatriotic.

    Palestine: Minimum of 4 wives, an umpteen no of children and no belief in birth control.

    If the youngsters are “nalli cut” it’s an extension of circumcision then there would be peace.
    In 30 years the oil in the middle east finishes and US wont need a drop from middle east- then what? Cannon fodder by a magnetic wave.

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