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Amnesty Interntional has welcomed today's publication of the findings of the United Nations Independent Commission of Inquiry’s report into last year’s 50-day conflict in Gaza.
The international community must urgently change its approach to Gaza and deliver on promises of reconstruction, 46 agencies said today in a new report.
A new medical report confirms indiscriminate use of large quantities of powerful explosives by Israeli forces during last summer’s assault.
New government figures collated by CAAT show that the UK approved £7 million worth of military licences to Israel during the six months prior to the recent bombing of Gaza.
Quakers in Britain have welcomed the House of Commons’ emphatic support for Palestinian statehood.
The UN Secretary-General has urged all parties to the war in Gaza to address the root causes of the conflict to break the “cycle of building and destroying”.
Christian Aid partner in Gaza, the Agricultural Development Association, estimates that the recent conflict has cost the agricultural and fisheries sectors more than US$100 million.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed the announcement of an open-ended ceasefire for Gaza and expressed hopes for a political process towards a durable peace.
As hostilities in Gaza and Israel resumed after the collapse of the ceasefire earlier this week, Amnesty International has renewed its call on the UK government to suspend all arms export licences for Israel.
The UK Government is being threatened with legal action unless it stops sending arms to Israel and conducts a review of its current arms export licences.