The IDF killed 110 Palestinians and wounded 760:UN Security Council must say 'ENOUGH'

The USA has paralyzed the Security Council, and now the question is what is the purpose of that institution. We remind you that yesterday the IDF opened fire on thousands of civilians who went to get humanitarian aid

by Sededin Dedovic
The IDF killed 110 Palestinians and wounded 760:UN Security Council must say 'ENOUGH'
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After the tragic event in Gaza, in which more than 110 people lost their lives when Israeli soldiers opened fire on citizens seeking humanitarian aid, Palestine rightly demands urgent action from the UN. This brutal killing, which happened while people were going to get basic necessities, is a serious violation of human rights and international law.

The UN Security Council must now take responsibility and say "enough" to such actions. Thousands of people who are tired and starving headed towards the trucks with humanitarian aid only for the Israeli army to open random fire on the mass of people.

In addition to the death of over 110 people, several hundred more were seriously or lightly wounded. The Palestinian ambassador to the UN, Riyad Mansour, made it clear that while the Security Council remains paralyzed by its internal disputes and the use of the veto, the Palestinians are paying with their lives.

This monstrous massacre must be the last to take place under the cover of the impotence of the international community. The Secretary General of the UN, Antonio Guterres, appealed for the necessity of conducting an efficient and independent investigation in order to determine the responsibility for these tragic events.

"The deaths of more than 110 people require an immediate response and ensure that the perpetrators are brought to justice," Guterres said. The emergency meeting of the UN Security Council, which took place behind closed doors, represents the beginning of the action that is necessary.

The United States of America, led by its President Joseph Biden, asked Israel for answers, while at the same time expressing its willingness to investigate all aspects of this tragic event. This is an important step towards ensuring accountability and justice.

French President Emmanuel Macron condemned the shooting by Israeli soldiers, stressing the importance of truth and justice in the face of such crimes. His words reflect global concern and demand urgent action to prevent similar tragedies in the future.

Israel is losing less and less traditional allies, and it seems that only the USA is still on the side of their bloody campaign in Gaza. Reports from doctors at Al Shifa hospital in Gaza, who confirm that Israeli soldiers shot thousands of citizens fleeing towards aid trucks, further confirm the brutality of this attack.

The Hamas Health Ministry later released the shocking figures of 112 dead and 760 injured, underscoring the scale of this tragedy. Meanwhile, mediators such as Qatar, the US and Egypt are trying to reach an agreement that would allow an end to the fighting and the release of Israeli hostages in Gaza.

Their efforts are necessary to prevent further escalation of violence and ensure humanitarian aid to the suffering population. This tragic event in Gaza must be a turning point in the international community. The UN must take decisive steps to ensure that similar tragedies do not happen again and that the perpetrators are brought to justice. Each life lost is too many, and this tragedy must be the last.