Netanyahu accuses UN Human Rights Council of “anti-Israel obsession” after voting to probe Gaza conflict – RT World News

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said that the decision of the UN Human Rights Council to open an investigation into Israeli atrocities in the Palestinian territories is a mockery of international law and encourages global terrorism.

The 11-day conflict with Israel’s Gaza-based Hamas militant group and its aftermath was passed by a 24-vote vote in the council on Thursday, with one person released.

Netanyahu said in a series of tweets “Shameless” The decision of the United Nations is another example “Clear anti-Israel passion.”

“The unethical automatic majority in the council whitewashs a genocidal terrorist organization that deliberately targets Israeli citizens, turning the citizens of Gaza into human shields.He wrote in reference to Hamas.

There was Israel “Working Legally to Protect Citizens” One is when researching the conflict and its actions “Mocking international law and encouraging terrorists globally,” The Prime Minister insisted.

The Israeli Foreign Ministry also rejected the proposal and pointed to the Jewish state “Can’t help and assist in such research.”




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Tensions between Israelis and Palestinians escalated in April over plans to evict Arab families in East Jerusalem and accuse Israeli police of attacking the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

The strike between Hamas and the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) lasted from May 21 to 21. The fighting killed 2,248 people in Gaza, including 66 children, and 12 on the Israeli side. They are children.

Earlier in the day, UN human rights chief Michelle Bachelet said in a speech on Thursday that the Israeli people had attacked the “dark population”. “War can be a crime” If they are found to be irrelevant and blind. “We Have Not Seen Evidence” Israel claims that the buildings targeted by IDF were used by Hamas.

The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has said that Hamas’s use of more than 300 rockets in Israel is a violation of the rules of war.




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