posted on Aug, 2 2014 @ 03:16 PM
More and more of the region's governments are
yanking their ambassadors out of the country in protest
Of course we obviously know why they are pulling their diplomats. As a protest against Israeli mass murder in Gaza...
Slowly the world is coming to realize the evils of the nation of Israel. Hopefully soon the world will isolate Israel as it did to South Africa in
order to destroy its apartheid system that country employed, and in this case to force Israel AND THE US, to finally negotiate for peace with the
Palestinians by ending the occupation and reach a two-state solution by GIVING THE PALESTINIANS THEIR OWN STATE…
If the world has to boycott Israel, put sanctions on it, and totally isolate it from the world community as the US did to Iraq and Iran and is now
trying to do with Russia.
For Israel has done untold evil
And they are never sanctioned!
Here the South American states are coming together to make a statement to the world of solidarity to the Palestinians people that they will not
tolerate the mass murder of Palestinians in GAZA. And at the same time condemning Hamas...
LIMA, Peru and JERUSALEM — Latin American nations are expressing their revulsion at the bloodshed in Gaza — and squarely pinning the blame on
Chile, Peru and El Salvador said this week they are recalling their ambassadors from Israel for consultation. That was after Ecuador and Brazil did
the same last week.
And on Wednesday, Bolivian President Evo Morales declared Israel a “terrorist state.”
Lots of world leaders have denounced the violence on both sides of Israel’s 3-week-old war against Hamas in Gaza. Palestinian casualties have
reached 1,328, according to Gaza health authorities, while the Israeli death toll is close to 60.
But the Latin Americans appear to be leading a diplomatic storm, flying envoys out of Tel Aviv.
Recalling an ambassador for consultation falls short of breaking off relations outright, but it can lead to that.
So, why are they doing it?
In a statement on Tuesday, Chile condemned Hamas for launching rockets at Israeli towns, but slammed the Israel Defense Forces’ bombardment of
“The Israeli military operations in Gaza … do not respect the fundamental norms of international humanitarian law, as is demonstrated by the more
than 1,000 civilian victims, including women and children, as well as the attack on schools and hospitals,” the Chilean statement said.
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff described the Israeli offensive as a “massacre” and accused the government in Tel Aviv of responding
“disproportionately” to Hamas violence.
The Israeli government responded Wednesday that it’s “disappointed.” “El Salvador, Chile and Peru would have been much better advised to
promote the international move intended to assist Israel in its efforts to defend innocent civilians and instate a durable ceasefire with the
demilitarization of Gaza,” Israel’s Foreign Ministry said in a statement.
“demilitarization of Gaza,” says the Israeli Foreign Minister”
Does he mean the genocide of Palestinians as demilitarization of Gaza?
Thumbs up to the Latin countries, hopefully many more countries will follow their lead.
edit on 2-8-2014 by Willtell because: (no reason given)