UN urged NGOs to send security missions to Gaza
DAMANSARA HEIGHTS – The United Nations (UN) urged to act promptly by sending peace missions to the Gaza Strip to enforce ceasefire and to monitor human rights abuses.
The Myanmar Rohingya Human Rights Association (Merhrom) President, Zafar Ahmad Abdul Ghani stressed that the move was necessary to stop the massacre of innocent Palestinian civilians in the series of air raids launched by Israeli troops since last week.
Zafar Ahmad claimed that the UN was losing its mandate when UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon was forced to appeal to the Israeli and Palestinian government for a cease-fire while the matter did not take place.
“It is clear that the UN has lost its mandate to provide security to its member states.
” We have various laws, declarations and resources to save these innocent from a series of massacres, “he told reporters after handing over a protest memorandum to the guesthouse UN, here, today’s
Memorandum submitted to UN representative, Security and Securities Department, Devendra Patel, who assured the matter will be taken seriously. The
NGO presented eight protests and a call to the UN for the issue of violence and tyranny in Palestine The
UN is urged to ensure that external medical teams are allowed to enter Gaza without any restrictions.
In addition, the NGO also urged allied Israeli states to stop military and financial relief immediately until the Zionist army stopped the killing of Palestinians.
The NGO also urged UN member states to boycott all Israeli products at once to stop the killing.
In addition, the Petroleum Exporting Organization (OPEC) is also urged to immediately stop oil-exporting activities to the Israeli-Israeli state until a cease-fire is enforced.
In the meantime, all nations are also urged to cease economic and diplomatic ties with Israel and liberate Palestinian prisoners.
The highlight is to prosecute the former and Israeli Prime Minister on a massacre of crimes.
“They must be brought to the International Criminal Court for the murder of Palestinians and commit crimes against humanity,” he said.