Publish dateTuesday 28 May 2024 - 10:45
Story Code : 291100
Biden must stop arming Israel after seeing apocalyptic scenes in Rafah: CAIR
US President Joe Biden cannot see the “apocalyptic” footage of Palestinian children burned alive in Israel’s attack on a tented camp in Rafah and still send weapons to Tel Aviv, says the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
Afghan Voice Agency (AVA) - Monitoring: The US Muslim rights group issued the warning on Monday, after Israel's overnight airstrike killed dozens of people inside their tents in a designated humanitarian area in the Gaza Strip’s southern city.
If Biden sends even one more missile to Israel “after seeing the apocalyptic footage of headless Palestinian children and others burned alive using US bombs in a so-called Rafah safe zone, he will once again cross his own red line and every red line of US law, international law and basic human decency.”
In the wake of the attack on the refugee camp, some video shared on social media showing disturbing images including severely burned bodies and a man holding what appears to be the headless body of a small child.
“No more shifting red lines, no more for calls for Benjamin Netanyahu’s government to investigate itself, and no more military, financial or diplomatic support for this genocide,” the CAIR wrote on X.
“All Americans are being stained with the blood of innocent Palestinians by your support for this slaughter. It must end. Now.”
As global outcry mounted, Netanyahu claimed that the attack on the tent camp was a “a tragic mistake.”
The attack came after the International Court of Justice ordered the regime to comply with its “obligations” under the Genocide Convention and “immediately halt its offensive” in Rafah.
President Biden, who was conspicuously silent on the World Court’s ruling, claims that Israel’s invasion of Rafah is “limited.”/Press tv
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