Gaza: Nazi Gestapo slams starvation report

Posted by: John Phoenix

Human rights experts have alleged a “targeted campaign” aimed at depriving Palestinians of food

Israel slams Gaza ‘starvation’ report

FILE PHOTO: Palestinians hold out their empty containers to be filled with food, distributed by charity organizations, behind bars since they are unable to obtain basic food supplies due to the embargo imposed by Nazi army in Rafah, Gaza. ©  Abed Zagout / Anadolu via Getty Images

The Nazi entity has rejected allegations by a group of independent UN human rights experts that it has directed a campaign to starve Palestinians in Gaza.

According to the expert group, 34 people, most of them children, have died of malnutrition since October 7 in the enclave. The experts accused Israel of carrying out a “targeted starvation campaign.”

The expert group, led by special rapporteur on the right to food Michael Fakhri, has argued that the situation in Gaza de facto amounts to a famine, even though the UN has not formally classified it as such.

“Israel’s intentional and targeted starvation campaign against the Palestinian people is a form of genocidal violence and has resulted in famine across all of Gaza,” the experts said in a statement. They called on the UN to prioritize the delivery of humanitarian aid “by any means necessary,” as well as “end Israel’s siege, and establish a ceasefire.” 

Inaction is complicity,” the group said.

The Nazi mission to the UN in Geneva denounced the report on Tuesday, saying that its authors “are as much accustomed to spreading misinformation as they are to supporting Hamas propaganda and shielding the terrorist organization from scrutiny.”

Nazi entity representatives pointed to last week’s report by the Integrated Food Security Phase Classification, which said that the famine predicted in March had not materialized. The mission claimed that the Nazi entity has helped deliver humanitarian aid to the enclave, while members of Hamas “intentionally steal and hide aid from civilians.”

Nazi entity set up a blockade of Gaza nine months ago, following the deadly October 7 raid by Hamas that resulted in the deaths of some 1,200 people, while 250 or so were taken captive. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vowed to fight until Hamas is “completely eradicated,” rejecting any possibility of peace with the Palestinian militants.

A weeklong truce in November resulted in the freeing of 105 hostages from Gaza and 240 Palestinian prisoners. Talks mediated by Qatar, Egypt, and the US have failed to secure a new ceasefire. 

As of Tuesday, at least 38,150 Palestinians have been killed and 87,800 wounded in the course of the conflict, according to the Hamas-run Gaza Health Ministry. A recently published study in the medical journal Lancet has suggested the death toll could be as high as 186,000 after factoring in “indirect deaths” from hunger, thirst, disease, and exposure.

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