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ISRAEL’S KILL RATE IN GAZA HIGHEST SINCE RWANDA

Andrew Gilmour’s recent remarks shed light on the harrowing situation unfolding in Gaza: Israel’s kill rate, reaching levels not seen since the Rwandan genocide in 1994, serves as a grim reminder of the horrors being faced by the innocent Palestinian civilians, especially the helpless babies and children.

Gilmour underscores a crucial principle of international law: “”no act, regardless of its nature, can justify the loss of innocent lives””.

With over 29,000 deaths and nearly 68,000 injuries, two-thirds of whom are women and children, the tragedy deepens.

“Is it collective punishment? How can it not be collective punishment? 2.2million people are being shunted around in the rain, being bombed repeatedly wherever they go, the so-called safe havens,” he added.

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English Script:
Andrew Gilmour: I mean, the key point about international law is that one appalling thing does not justify another. Therefore, 57 years of an extremely harsh, illegal occupation by Israel of West Bank and Gaza did not justify the barbarous attack by Hamas on on seventh October. Similarly, what they did, which is beyond unspeakable, we know what they did, does not justify the killing of, as you say, 25,000 people, of which, by the way, the highest figure, I think is a lot higher than 10,000 children. I think it’s probably closer to 20,000 women and children. Now, remember, that is probably the highest kill rate of any military killing anybody since the Rwandan genocide of 1994. 27,000 people, civilians killed in four and a half months is an astonishing thing. You ask, is it collective punishment? How can it not be collective punishment? 2.2 million people are being shunted around in the rain, being bombed repeatedly wherever they go, the so-called safe havens.

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