Israel, in its 75-year history, has never seemed as isolated or ostracised across the world – including in the West and among Jewish citizens – as it does today.
This is a direct consequence of its heinous crimes and brutality, involving the mass killing of Palestinians through its vast arsenal of weapons and ammunition.
Israel has waged a relentless campaign on land, sea, and air, cutting off Gaza’s access to essentials such as water, electricity, fuel, food, and medicine. Indeed, Israel has laid siege to the population, systematically demolishing their homes, hospitals, schools, bakeries, and infrastructure.
What’s worse, it's made little attempt to conceal its actions.
Instead, it has orchestrated the annihilation of a nation before the eyes of the world – a genocide that is virtually unparalleled, comparable only to the horrors perpetrated by Nazis during the Second World War.
Now, it seems as though Israel – a state that claims to represent Jews worldwide – is mirroring the behaviour of its Nazi oppressors.
However, the global conscience is waking up. Widespread demonstrations have unfolded in capitals and major cities of Western countries, including Washington, New York, London, Berlin, Paris, Madrid, Vienna, Amsterdam, and Athens.