Some Israeli actions ‘against international law’ – EU, UN

ER Editor: Whoever has triggered this situation in Israel, and we don’t believe official versions for a New York second, possibly intends to have typical Israeli government responses showcased for their brutality and illegality. (There’s a whole provable history of this toward the Palestinians.) It’s a hypothesis on our part merely. Here’s one of those reveals in the RT article below, we believe.

We’ve seen some prominent EU/NATO figures (Merkel, Hollande, Stoltenberg, Borrell, Juncker) spill some truths over the last few months. This might be one of them, a strategy for exposure to the public. This time, Israel.

Borrell’s statement is a pretty big admission, as we focus on Israel threatening this and that, Hamas allegedly doing other things, babies allegedly getting decapitated, &etc. Hamas is a Mossad/CIA outfit. We believe, MORE THAN EVER, that it’s a movie.

Ordinary people – Palestinians and Israelis, as well as Ukrainians – are getting shafted by the higherups, as ever they were. It’s all up for exposure and sorting out.

Notice the ridiculous language meant for a global public audience by Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant below.


The UN has chimed in, too. See —

UN: Israel’s total Gaza blockade amounts to war crime


Some Israeli actions ‘against international law’ – EU

Denying Gaza water, food and electricity is not appropriate, Josep Borrell has said


Israel has the right to self-defense, but some of the decisions its government has made are contrary to international humanitarian law, EU foreign policy commissioner Josep Borrell said on Tuesday.

“Israel has the right to defend, but it has to be done in accord with international humanitarian law. And some decisions are contra this international law,” Borrell said in Oman, where he attended the joint meeting of foreign ministers from the EU and the Gulf Cooperation Council.

Some Israeli actions ‘against international law’ – EU


Both the EU and the GCC have condemned terrorist attacks by Hamas, Borrell noted, but also condemned any attacks on civilians, demanded the immediate release of all hostages, and called for Israel to respect international law and not block the delivery of food, water or electricity to the civilian population of Gaza.

The two blocs have also asked Israel to open “humanitarian corridors” from Gaza to Egypt, so that civilians can leave the territory ahead of Israeli reprisal airstrikes.

Borrell’s remarks appeared to be a reference to Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Gallant’s statement on Monday ordering a “complete siege” of Gaza.

“There will be no electricity, no food, no fuel, everything is closed,” Gallant told the Israeli media. “We are fighting human animals and we act accordingly.”

(ER: See?)

Multiple media outlets also quoted Gallant as saying on Tuesday that he had “lifted all the restraints” on Israeli rules of engagement against Gaza.

Israel launched reprisal airstrikes against the Palestinian territory after Hamas, which controls much of Gaza, sent commandos deep into Israeli territory on Saturday. The three days of heavy clashes have resulted in at least 900 dead Israelis and at least 830 dead Palestinians, according to the authorities in West Jerusalem and Gaza, respectively. (ER: No ‘authorities’ may be reliable at this point.)

Just before Gallant announced the “siege,” the EU declared it would put €691 million ($728.8 million) in aid to the Palestinian Authority under review and suspend all pending payments, citing the “scale of terror and brutality against Israel and its people” by Hamas. Borrell later clarified those remarks to note that aid will continue, because suspending it would amount to “punishing all the Palestinian people” and damage EU interests in the region.




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