Israel Breaks Records of Barbarism, Hitlerism and ISIS

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a long-standing issue with roots dating back to the early 20th century, has seen numerous instances of violence and human rights abuses.

The Balfour Declaration of 1917 and the subsequent creation of the state of Israel in 1948 led to the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians. This event, known as the Nakba or “catastrophe”, marked the beginning of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Israel has a long history of atrocities in Palestine, but since October 7, the barbarism and Hitlerism initiated by the state of Israel is unparalleled. The terror acts being perpetrated on Gaza and the oppressed Palestinians under the orders of Benjamin Netanyahu are currently unstoppable. The silence of the world’s major countries on these atrocities is further fueling Israel’s barbarism. The recent airstrikes on the Rafah camp have proven that Israel is a terrorist state that has been consistently violating international laws.

Despite the recent rulings of the International Court of Justice (ICJ), Israel has not stopped the genocide in Gaza, but has instead launched more attacks. This barbarism and oppression is a severe violation of human rights. Now, Israel’s cruel face has been fully exposed to the world. Almost every country is now protesting against Israel and demanding an end to the genocide in Gaza. Unfortunately, these protests and demands are not pressuring Israel to immediately stop these atrocities. Gaza’s infrastructure has been so devastated that it will take more than 80 years to reinstate it. It now seems that the residents of Gaza may never see happiness again.

Recent years have seen a surge in violence, with brutal and barbaric attacks by Israel leading to a humanitarian crisis in Gaza. The displacement of innocent people and the high death toll have drawn international attention and condemnation.

Under the leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel has pursued policies that have further complicated the situation. The expansion of settlements in the West Bank, considered illegal under international law, has been a particular point of contention. The United Nations has declared the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territory as unlawful.

Netanyahu’s political career has been marked by controversy. His policies have been criticized for exacerbating tensions and undermining the prospects for peace. Furthermore, Netanyahu himself has been tried on charges of bribery, fraud, and breach of trust.

The conflict has resulted in a significant loss of life and displacement of people. According to the Hamas-run Gaza Health Ministry, the death toll in Gaza is above 36,000. The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reports that more than 18,600 Palestinians in Gaza and the occupied West Bank have been killed in conflicts with Israel since 2008.

The conflict has also led to widespread displacement. Almost two million Gazans, more than 85 percent of the population, have fled their homes since October 2023. More than half of Gaza’s homes have been destroyed or damaged, along with 80% of commercial facilities and 85.8% of school buildings.

Recently, an Israeli airstrike triggered a massive blaze killing 45 people in a tent camp in the Gaza city of Rafah. The UN Security Council called an emergency meeting to address the recent Israeli airstrike on the Rafah IDP camp. This attack has sparked global outrage and condemnation, with critics pointing to it as an example of the extreme violence and disregard for civilian life that characterizes this conflict.

Under the leadership of Benjamin Netanyahu, Israel has pursued policies inspired from Hitler and probably ISIS that have further complicated the situation. Critics argue that Netanyahu’s barbaric policies have exacerbated tensions and undermined the prospects for peace. His government’s expansion of settlements in the West Bank, considered illegal under international law, has been a particular point of contention.

In fine, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is a deeply complex and sensitive issue. While it is clear that the conflict has resulted in significant loss of life and displacement, comparisons to Hitlerism and Barbarism are controversial and should be approached with caution. It is crucial to approach this topic with an open mind and a commitment to understanding all perspectives.

The question that arises now is, how will justice be served for the Palestinians? The answer to this is quite difficult because justice seems unattainable for the people and inhabitants of Gaza. For now, the plea of the people living in Gaza is for a ceasefire so they can breathe a sigh of relief.

After that, it will be considered what better can be done for the people of Gaza and how much time and resources it might take to bring their lives back to normal. It is hoped that Israel will put an end to its oppression and barbarism, bringing some peace to the world.

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