The Muslim Rights Concern, MURIC, has criticised the constant bombardment by the Israeli Military of Palestinian cities.
The was contained in a statement issued by the Director of MURIC, Ishaq Akintola, who disclosed this in a statement issued on Monday, May 17.
Akintola described the attacks as crimes against humanity.
The statement reads: “A people that does not possess a single warplane is being harassed, killed, and dehumanized by an apartheid state that is armed to the teeth while the world looks on carelessly.
“Whole blocks of flats and civilian tower buildings are being sunk to ground zero. The occupants perish with no hope of being rescued. They have no standing army.
“The United Nations have failed to stop Israel’s aggression because America and other Western powers are always there to veto UN resolutions.
“The UN had never been fair in its dealings with Palestine. The Palestinians who owned 92% of the land were given only 47% by the 1947 United Nations misadventure thereby rendering 472,000 Palestinians homeless.
“Since then it has been killings, massacres, and displacements with the Palestinians always being at the receiving end.
“In 2019 alone, for example, the US provided $3.8 billion in foreign military aid to Israel.
“Israel also benefits from about $8 billion of loan guarantees. The United States (US) allows Israel to build a nuclear weapon; but hypocritically breathes down the neck of Israel’s neighbours on the issue of nuclear energy.
“That statement was reckless and irresponsible. It was a statement that endorsed Israel’s aggression against Palestine; and it exposed the insincerity of the US in its so-called search for a two-state solution to the Middle East imbroglio.
“We ask Joe Biden, is the forceful eviction of Palestinians from their homes part of Israel’s right to defend itself?
“Is the demolition of Palestinian civilian houses by Israel’s bulldozers part of Israel’s right to defend itself?
“Are the historical bloody massacres of Palestinians part of Israel’s right to self-defense?,” MURIC said.