U.S. Claims There’s No Signs Of Genocide In Gaza

by Tommy Grant

Since the war started on October 7th, when terrorist group Hamas attacked Israel, protestors and other ruling classes around the world have claimed that Israel is trying to wipe the Palestinians off the map. The United States ruling class, which is not known for its honesty or peace, has said there is no sign of any genocide happening in Gaza.

Multiple nations, including a NATO ally, have accused Israel of genocide. Washington has insisted that it sees no indication West Jerusalem’s forces are committing atrocities as they pound Gaza in a campaign to destroy Hamas. In fact, Israel has continually doubled down on its very obvious goal to eliminate Hamas. But does that amount to genocide?

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South Africa’s government filed a genocide case against Israel last week in the International Court of Justice (ICJ), and NATO member Turkey announced its official support for the charge on Wednesday. The U.S. State Department spokesman Matthew Miller denounced the allegations at a press briefing later on Wednesday, saying there was no indication that the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) were committing genocide against the Palestinians.

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“Genocide is of course a heinous atrocity, one of the most heinous atrocities that any individual can commit,” Miller said. “Those are allegations that should not be made lightly, and as it pertains to the United States, we are not seeing any acts that constitute genocide.”

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More than 22,000 Palestinians have been killed since the Israel-Hamas war began on October 7, according to Gaza health authorities. The United Nations warned last month that more than 500,000 Gazans were starving amid the Israeli bombardment, and 85% of the population had been displaced. The conflict began when Hamas militants launched surprise attacks against villages in southern Israel, killing more than 1,100 people, including nearly 700 Israeli citizens, and taking hundreds of hostages back to Gaza. -RT

Turkey’s foreign minister, Hakan Fidan, argued on Wednesday that by giving “unconditional support” to Israel, Western nations had lost all credibility to talk about “principles, virtue and morality.” He added, “I see that all of this is paving the way for a huge geostrategic rupture.”

Both the U.S. and Israel are standing firm claiming that there is no genocide.

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