غزہ میں فلسطینی مسلمانوں کی نسل کشی اور عالمی کردار: تجزیاتی مطالعہ
The Palestinian Muslim Genocide in Gaza and International Role: An Analytical Study DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.10441452
Keywords:Gaza, Israel, Genocide, Zionism, International Role, Ummah.
Children, women, youth, and old people of Gaza are facing terrible and implausible inhuman circumstances at the hands of the Israeli army. Since the surprise attack of Hamas on October 7, 2023, the Israeli army has continued to attack the Palestinian territories, during which more than 11,000 people have died and more than 50% of the buildings in Gaza have been reduced to rubble. Organized actions against Muslims of Gaza (Palistine) such as massacre is being carried out by Zionist Israelies under the umberella of America.In fact, and Muslims of Gaza are victim of genocide international crime. Genocide was announced international crime in the UN Genocide Convention in 1948. International crime of Genocide is taking place in Gaza. Unfortunately, No practical attempt is being made by international community to prevent the Israel`s violations of International law of genocide. Therefore, the situation of the Gaza Muslims is getting worse day by day. This study explores that why Israel violating international laws of human rights and what is role of international community to stop genocide in Gaza? In fact, America and other western powers are supporting Israeli Prime Minister Natenyahu to kill Paletinian people. No doubt, Zionist army of Israel is openly violating the human rights of Gaza Muslims under the umbrella. Whereas the Muslim world and OIC seem powerless to stop it.The main objective of the research study to provide an analysis of ongoing Palestanian Muslims genocide by Israel in Gaza and international role.
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