After the Israeli Air force demolished the Al Jalaa building in Gaza which was declared as Hamas camp by Israel, it was shown live throughout the world by Al Jazeera.
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This was a building that housed various international media offices. So it was considered an attack on Media and Human rights. Now European countries and U.S also came forward after this incident and warned Israel. Lots of protests are going throughout the world.
After the Israeli attack on a multi-storey building in Gaza, the US has asked Israel to ensure the safety of journalists.
White House spokeswoman Jen Psaki tweeted, “We have directly told Israel that it is its primary responsibility to ensure the safety of all journalists and independent media.”
3 days ago at UN security council Indian representative supported two nation theory and also condemned Israel on Palestine land occupation and asked both nation to resolve it peacefully. But India also strongly criticized Hamas on it’s terrorist activity on Israeli land. Further India also opposed Israel attack on Gaza strip. This shows that India is supporting Palestine but strongly criticizing Hamas.
Demonstration in support of Palestine on the streets of Europe
On Saturday, marches were carried out in many places in Europe in support of Palestine.
The Royat police in Paris used tear gas and water canons on thousands of protesters to break the restrictions imposed by the Corona virus.
Home Minister Gerald Darminin requested that the march not be called off. The administration said that they wanted to stop the violence from erupting.
Thousands of people took out peaceful marches in other cities such as Leon and Marse.
Thousands of people marched in the city center in Spain’s capital Madrid, while protesters in Germany’s capital Berlin threw bottles and stones at the police. During this period, the restrictions imposed on the corona virus were broken.
Thousands marched in London in support of Palestinians
BBC correspondent James Waterhouse, based in London, has reported that thousands of people marched in central London amidst the ongoing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians.
The crowd of protesters passed through Hyde Park towards the Israeli embassy in Kensington. The people involved in the march were raising slogans of ‘Azad Palestine’ and many of them had Palestinian flags in their hands.
The protesters demanded that Israel stop the attacks in Palestinian territory and the British government should intervene to prevent these attacks.
The American diplomat, who arrived in Tel Aviv on Saturday, has appealed to both sides to maintain peace.
Israeli army cleansed after demolition of building of media offices in Gaza
A tower block has been destroyed in an Israeli attack in Gaza. It had offices of the news agency Associated Press, Qatar’s news channel Al-Jazeera and the Middle East Eye.
The Reuters news agency reported that the owner of the building had received a warning from Israel about the attack even before this attack, after which it was evacuated.
This 12-storey tower block had several apartments and other offices. At the same time, the Jerusalem Bureau of the BBC has said that the BBC’s office in Gaza was not in this building.
‘Violence can fall into the category of war crimes’
Palestinian health officials say that 13 people died in an Israeli airstrike in the Gaza Strip on Saturday. After this, the figure of those who died in Gaza has reached 139.
A 50-year-old male has died in a rocket attack carried out by the Palestinians in Ramat Gun, a sub-city in Tel Aviv. So far nine people have died in Israel.
At the same time, the United Nations Human Rights Commissioner has warned Israel security forces and Palestinian armed groups that rocket attacks on densely populated areas, as well as the use of weapons by Israeli security forces on protesters, may fall into the category of war crimes.
In a statement issued in Geneva, Commissioner Michel Beshale has called for an independent investigation into allegations of violations of international rules and appealed to stop the violence.
At the same time, the Jerusalem Bureau of the BBC has said that the BBC’s office in Gaza was not in this building.