The classic Hamas tactic of firing lots of rockets, then pressing to negotiate a peace, doesn’t seem to be working this time as Israeli Defense Forces declared the offensive to destroy the capability of the Iranian-backed terror organization will continue until its objectives are complete.
Globalists, including the U.N, swarmed to protect their favorite terror group.
United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres said on Sunday he is appalled by the number of casualties among Palestinian civilians, including women and children, as a result of Israeli sirstrikes, reported Russian state news agency TASS.
“The hostilities have already caused unconscionable death, immense suffering and damage to vital infrastructure. I am appalled by the increasingly large numbers of Palestinian civilian casualties, including many women and children, from Israeli airstrikes in Gaza. I also deplore Israeli fatalities from rockets launched from Gaza,” he said at an extraordinary online meeting of the United Nations Security Council on the Palestinian-Israeli settlement.
“I am appalled by the attack on a refugee camp in Gaza, in which 10 members of one family were killed. Humanitarian installations must be protected,” he stressed.
The UN leader said he was also worried about destruction of buildings that housed international media. He did not mention those same media entities reportedly knew about the terror activities in their buildings for years.
“Journalists must be allowed to work free of fear and harassment. The destruction of media offices in Gaza is extremely concerning,” he said at an extraordinary online meeting of the UN Security Council on the Palestinian-Israeli settlement on Sunday.
In other news, parties to the Abraham Accords under President Trump began to pressure Hamas as well to end rocket attacks on civilians.
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