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Israel War Crimes Condemned by Ambassador at UN Security Council Meeting

Gilad Erdan, Israel's representative at the United Nations, called on the Security Council to denounce what he described as Hamas' acts of war against Israelis, underlining apprehensions regarding potential war crimes committed by Israel in response to a multifaceted assault. (Photo: alarabiya)

UN Security Council Addresses Allegations of Israel War Crimes During Escalating Conflict

Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, urged the Security Council to condemn what he termed as Hamas war crimes against Israelis, emphasizing concerns about potential Israel war crimes during a multi-pronged attack. (Photo: reuters)

Allegations of Israel War Crimes Arise During Escalating Conflict

According to, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Gilad Erdan, called on the Security Council to condemn what he labeled as Hamas war crimes against Israeli citizens. He emphasized the need for unequivocal condemnation of these acts and expressed Israel’s demand for steadfast support to defend itself, following a multi-prong attack by Hamas fighters on Israeli towns and cities, highlighting the gravity of Israel war crimes.

Erdan likened the attack to Israel’s “9/11” due to its scale and impact, stating that Hamas would not stop until they achieved their goal of destroying Israel, intensifying concerns about Israel war crimes. In response to the attack, Israeli airstrikes targeted Gaza, resulting in casualties among Palestinians and raising questions about potential Israel war crimes.

The situation was described as fluid and dangerous by the U.S. representative, Ambassador Robert Wood, who mentioned efforts to prevent the conflict from spreading and mitigate Israel war crimes.

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Arab League Urges Action and Concerns Over Israel War Crimes at Emergency Meeting

Palestinian Ambassador Riyad Mansour emphasized the Palestinian Authority’s request for an emergency meeting of Arab League foreign ministers to address the ongoing situation, emphasizing concerns related to Israel war crimes.

While no formal statement was released by the Security Council after the meeting, many council members expressed condemnation of Hamas’ attacks, called for the unconditional release of hostages held by Hamas, and stressed the importance of de-escalation and achieving a cease-fire to prevent further loss of life and potential Israel war crimes.

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