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The United Nations rapporteur speaks for the first time about genocide in Israel

The United Nations rapporteur speaks for the first time about genocide in Israel

When asked whether Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva's statement about genocide had any basis, she answered in the affirmative. “I have legal arguments,” he confirmed.

In fact, the document is clear in saying:“There are reasonable grounds to believe that the threshold indicates the commission of the next acts of genocide against Palestinians in Gaza.” It has been exceeded. This includes:

  • Kill group members;
  • Causing serious physical or mental harm to members of the group; that it
  • Intentionally imposing living conditions on the group with the intention of causing its physical destruction, in whole or in part.

Acts of genocide were approved and carried out following declarations of genocidal intent issued by senior military and government officials.
United Nations report

According to the report, which will be discussed on Tuesday (26) in Geneva between governments, “Israel sought to hide its hostile and liquidation behavior, by imposing sanctions for committing international crimes as compliance with international law.”

“By distorting the rules of international law, including distinction, proportionality and precautions, Israel has in effect treated an entire protected group and its life-sustaining infrastructure as ‘terrorists’ or ‘supporters of terrorism’, thereby turning everyone and everything into targets or harms.” Therefore, guarantees can be killed or destroyed.”

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