The British public and the world see that I$raHell’s actions are ‘wrong and unjustified

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Ad Note by Shoah'' I m a  supporter of Israel and I believe in Israel's right to self-defense - The esc-alation of violence engulfing Gaza- is losing Israel friends in the international commu-nity day by day''  

Zionist Miliband seems far more cancerned about Israel’s welfare than the slaughter of Gaza’s innocents

Edward Miliband
Edward Miliband

Another Brit speaking clearly about the immorality of the Israeli slaughter. Labour Leader Ed Miliband, quoted at the Telegraph:

Its actions in Gaza are unacceptable and unjustifiable… [Hamas actions] cannot excuse the scale of loss of life, of innocent Palestinian civilians, including children, that we are seeing. And [our] government needs to send a message to both sides, that its actions are wrong… [The PM should say] He believes that Israel’s actions in Gaza are wrong and unjustified…I believe that’s what the British public are thinking as they see these tragic events unfolding on their television screens. …

Miliband also said that Israel was creating a “new generation” of Palestinians “bent on revenge” and that the “appalling scale” of its assault “is losing Israel friends in the international community day by day.” Even more emphatic:

“The Prime Minister is wrong not to have opposed Israel’s incursion into Gaza. And his silence on the killing of hundreds of innocent Palestinian civilians will be inexplicable to people across British and internationally.”

Compare this to Samantha Power, our UN ambassador, who takes care to “condemn” the attack on the UN school without blaming Israel; and then “strongly” condemns Hamas for killing Israeli soldiers Friday morning.

Oh and notice in that Telegraph story that the British Justice Secretary said that Miliband had put himself in a weaker position to participate in the peace process by being so critical of Israel. This is like the Israeli legal scholar who argued at NYU that the Goldstone Report undermined the U.N.’s dedication to the two-state solution.

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