Throughout 43 years of occupation, Israel has waged war on Palestinians’ human rights and civil liberties, a new UN report providing more evidence that keeps mounting exponentially, adding clarity about an out-of-control rogue state operating lawlessly.
On August 10, Haaretz writer Akiva Eldar cited it in an article headlined, “UN report: IDF barring Gazans’ access to farms, fishing zones,” saying:
“Over the last 10 years, the (IDF has) increasingly restricted Palestinian access to farmland on the Gazan side of the Israeli-Gaza border as well as (offshore waters) along the Gaza beach, a United Nations report (just) revealed.”
Prepared jointly by the Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) and the World Food Program (WFP), it’s titled “Between the Fence and a Hard Place,” (see full report below) explaining Israel’s draconian/illegal restrictions on the pretext of “preventing attacks by Palestinian armed factions.” In fact, only Israel poses a regional threat. A global one as well, what Palestinians and Israel’s neighbors have known for decades.