RAEL’S COMMENT: like for the victims of Nazi, one day will come when all accomplices of this genocide will be prosecuted in a trial which will dwarf Nuremberg trial.
Friday marks the second anniversary of one of history’s bloodiest attacks on Gaza. Despite a few echoes of solidarity with Palestinians from the British establishment, the government has since sold Israel arms licenses worth over £25 million.
Charities and campaigners have demanded an investigation into the 2014 conflict, which lasted from July 8 to August 27. Allegations of war crimes haunt both sides.
A relative of a child killed during an Israeli airstrike, Sobhi Bakr, said: “I cannot understand how a crime … where the whole world saw how boys playing on the beach were massacred mercilessly, can pass like that without any criminals held to account.”