- Controversial statement by Congress MP
- Said to kill the PM of Israel
- A statement made in a public meeting in Kerala
Amid the Israel-Hamas war, Congress MP Rajmohan Unnithan has made a controversial statement about Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu. The Congress MP called PM Benjamin Netanyahu a war criminal and said Netanyahu should be shot without any trial. The Congress MP’s statement came amid Israel’s attack on Gaza.
Demonstration in support of Palestine in Kasaragod, Kerala
A rally in support of Palestine was held in Kasaragod, Kerala amid the ongoing conflict in West Asia. Addressing the rally, Congress leader Rajmohan Unnithan openly advocated a Nuremberg model-like exercise against the Israeli PM. Rajamohan Unnithan said that you can ask what should be done with all the treaty breakers under the Geneva Convention. After the Second World War, the Nuremberg Trials were held to bring those guilty of war crimes to justice. Those accused of Nuremberg Model war crimes were hanged without trial or shot outright. It is high time that the Nuremberg model was applied here against the Israeli Prime Minister. Today Benjamin Netanyahu stands before the world as a war criminal. Now is the time for Netanyahu to be shot. A rally was organized by Kasargod United Muslim Jamaat on Friday. Politician-turned-actor Unnithan represents Kasaragod in the Lok Sabha.
Israel besieged Gaza after Hamas attack
On October 7, Hamas simultaneously fired more than five thousand rockets at Israel, and hundreds of fighters crossed the border and massacred Israel. After this attack by Hamas, Israel started continuous attacks on the Gaza Strip. It can be said that Gaza is now completely destroyed by these attacks. Millions of Palestinians have been left homeless. Thousands have been killed and many more injured. Israel has stopped providing basic amenities to Palestinians. Hospitals do not have electricity and water. Children and the elderly continue to die in Gaza’s hospitals due to lack of fuel. Meanwhile, in an important step, South Africa, Bangladesh, Bolivia, Comoros and Djibouti jointly submitted a referral to the International Criminal Court (ICC). It has requested an investigation into possible crimes in the Palestinian territories.