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UN Adds ‘Israel’ To List of Shame for Murdering Gaza Children

UN Adds ‘Israel’ To List of Shame for Murdering Gaza Children
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By Staff, Agencies

The United Nations added the “Israeli” military to the world body’s annual “list of shame” that features the offenders committing deadly violations against children.

Gilad Erdan, the “Israeli” entity’s UN envoy, was officially notified of the decision that has been made by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, on Friday.

The list is attached to a report on children and armed conflicts that the UN chief submits to the UN Security Council each year.

The report covers such atrocities as killing and maiming children, subjecting them to sexual abuse, abducting or recruiting children, denial of aid access, and targeting schools and hospitals.

Erdan reacted to Guterres’ decision by claiming that the “Israeli” army is “the most moral army in the world.”

The developments came amid the cotinuous “Israeli” genocidal war against the Gaza Strip since October 7 last year.

The “Israeli” occupation army has so far martyred at least 36731 Palestinians, mostly women and children.

On entity, the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas had called on the UN to blacklist the “Israeli” regime over the latter’s continuous mass killing of innocent Palestinian children.

“This fascist entity has committed the most heinous crimes and horrific massacres against the Palestinian people, especially innocent children who have been and continue to be direct targets of this Nazi entity's terrorism and criminality,” it had noted in a statement.

The UN report, which is compiled by Virginia Gamba, Guterres' special representative for children and armed conflict, will be sent to the Security Council on June 14.

On Friday, the government in Gaza reported that, since the onset of the onslaught, the “Israeli” army had martyred more than 15,517 children.

It added that more than 17,000 Gazan children had so far also lost either one or both parents.

Around 3,500 Gaza children were, meanwhile, struggling with widespread malnutrition that has been caused by the war, it concluded.

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