Hamas Accuses World Powers of Supporting 'Genocidal War'


Hamas Accuses World Powers of Supporting 'Genocidal War'
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The ongoing conflict in Gaza has reached a new level of intensity, as evidenced by a recent statement from a Hamas official. The statement, laden with accusatory language and stark imagery, paints a grim picture of the situation unfolding in the region.

"Genocidal War": A Claim of Global Complicity

The official from Hamas has made bold accusations against major world powers. "For seventy-three days, the fascist Israeli occupation has been conducting its genocidal war against our Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip," the statement begins, setting a tone of condemnation and defiance.

The official goes on to accuse Israel of using "all kinds of weapons, ammunition, and internationally prohibited bombs" and of "indiscriminately bombing schools and tents that house hundreds of thousands of displaced people and hospitals protected by international humanitarian law."

These allegations are compounded by the claim of global complicity: "All this and more are taking place before the eyes of the whole world, with the blatant support of the U.S., U.K., and some European countries."
This narrative portrays the conflict as not just a regional issue but a global one, implicating major powers in the violence.

Humanitarian Crisis and Calls for International Action

The statement also sheds light on the humanitarian impact of the conflict. "This genocidal aggression has resulted in the mass killing of more than 19,000 martyrs, about 52,000 wounded, and nearly 8,000 missing, 70% of whom are children and women," the official asserts, highlighting the profound human cost of the ongoing violence.

In response to the crisis, the statement calls for global solidarity: "We call on all countries and free people of the world to keep the momentum going to support, aid, and show solidarity with the Palestinian people by all possible and available means."
This plea underscores the desire for an international response to what is depicted as an escalating tragedy.

The call for international intervention reflects both the depth of the crisis and the dire need for a concerted effort to address the humanitarian catastrophe unfolding in the region.