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World remains silent on Gaza attacks

GAZA: At least 460 Palestinians including 80 children have been killed, while 2,750 persons were injured during the eight days of unabated bombings, shelling and ground offensives of the Israeli Army here. But the world community has remained playing the role of a silent spectator on this naked and barbaric aggression albeit France has mildly...

SAMAA | - Posted: Jan 4, 2009 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Jan 4, 2009 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
World remains silent on Gaza attacks

GAZA: At least 460 Palestinians including 80 children have been killed, while 2,750 persons were injured during the eight days of unabated bombings, shelling and ground offensives of the Israeli Army here.

But the world community has remained playing the role of a silent spectator on this naked and barbaric aggression albeit France has mildly condemned the Israel attacks, while no other western country is willing to openly come out against the Israeli blatant terrorism.

United Nation Security Council remaining in session on the issue for three hours dispersed inconclusive, as the US and Britain opposition foiled all attempts of approving of a resolution or issuance of a statement condemning Israel. Libyan Ambassador, who had moved the resolution against Israel, said that the US has restrained UNSC from taking any action, while Britain was also supporting it. “Arab countries role is disappointing, as they are reluctant of taking any practical measure and all the time busy in futile consultations,” he added.

Arab countries delegation will be meeting UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon tomorrow for discussing Gaza situation.

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