The cardinal principle of distinction in international humanitarian law requires that the parties to a conflict always distinguish between civilians and civilian objectives on the one hand and combatants and military objectives on the other.
May Mohamed and Khaled’s souls rest in peace. It is up to the rest of us to fight genocidal Israel and ensure they did not die in vain.
The aim was to pray, in Jerusalem, for the people of Gaza murdered in Israel’s current genocidal attack on the Strip. Estimates of people taking part in the protest vary from 10,000 to 30,000+.
The trip takes much longer, costs more money, and is a spit in the face to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, in particular to the Freedom of Movement.
Palestinian medical and health organizations signing this appeal demand immediate intervention to save the people of Gaza.
After they kidnapped Waleed from his home in Asira al-Qibliya, the occupation army came back for his car – yet another item in the Apartheid regime’s most recent pillage of Palestinian property, estimated to be at least US $3 million in last month alone.
Occupation soldiers attacked people protesting Apartheid Israel’s war on Gaza, pushing them with their shields and throwing sound grenades directly at them.
Hospitals in the West Bank are getting ready to respond to Israel’s terror attack on Gaza that has already claimed more than 120 lives, with hundreds injured, and are inviting people to donate blood for Gaza.
“Stupidness is not an excuse” [sic] was once written on the Apartheid Wall that Israel is building in Palestine, in violation of international law. Nor are Zionist lies about ‘security’ and ‘self-defence’.
Gaza-based BDS activists and Palestine’s Students’ Campaign for the Academic Boycott of Israel (PSCABI) call on the people of conscience to stand on the right side of history and support the people of Gaza against Israel’s crimes.