If Israel proceeds with Rafah genocide, U.K. could restrict arms sales to Jewish state
02/23/2024 // Ethan Huff // Views

The United Kingdom could stop selling arms to Israel if the Jewish state proceeds with its planned genocide in the southern Gaza city of Rafah, which is now home to at least 1.3 million Palestinians, many of whom are refugees from other areas of Gaza that were forcibly driven out of their homes by Israel.

Any further escalation of the Israeli bloodbath against Gaza "without more effort to protect civilians could put it in breach of international humanitarian law," reports explain about the U.K. warning.

Speaking on the condition of anonymity, U.K. officials involved with the matter are concerned that Israel is doing little or nothing to protect innocent civilians in Gaza as the tanks roll in and the bombs drop. The result is an escalating death toll of men, women and children who have nothing to do with the Hamas false flag attack that occurred on October 7.

London's High Court is increasingly being petitioned by legal advocacy groups to stop the sending of British arms to Israel, which are being used to commit war crimes. Thus far, the High Court has rejected all such petitions, though U.K. Foreign Secretary David Cameron wrote a letter to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's office calling on the Jewish state to "stop and think seriously about the repercussions of a military offensive" in Rafah.

(Related: The Israeli government wants all Palestinians out of Gaza so it can steal the land and turn it into lucrative real estate.)

Israel to start bombing Rafah by Ramadan on March 10

For the first time since Rafah came on the world's radar as Israel's next target, officials in the Jewish state have stated that the plan is to launch the offensive by Ramadan, which officially begins on March 10 this year.

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If Hamas releases all remaining Israeli hostages, the military campaign can be avoided, Israel claims.

The United Nations (UN) Security Council held a vote on a resolution calling for an immediate humanitarian ceasefire, to which the U.K. abstained from voting. The resolution ultimately failed anyway due to a veto from the United States.

"We do not underestimate the devastating humanitarian impacts that a full ground offensive, if enacted, would have in these circumstances," Cameron wrote in his letter.

While Israel has promised to allow all Palestinian civilians to leave Rafah before the offensive, the reality is that these people have nowhere to go. Egypt, which abuts Gaza and Israel to the south with a large fence separating the territories, is refusing to take them.

Egypt did build a large, walled-in refugee camp in anticipation of Palestinian refugees probably trying to flee into the Sinai desert, but that camp is small and can only handle around 100,000 people.

"We continue to urge Israel to ensure that it limits its operations to military targets and takes all possible steps to avoid harming civilians and destroying homes," Cameron's letter continues, adding that in the event of a military assault on Rafah, "it is difficult to see how this could be achieved."

Another country that is being urged to stop sending arms to Israel is the United States, Israel's "best friend."

The following countries have already imposed either a ban or restrictions on arms sales to Israel:

• The Netherlands

• Belgium

• Japan

• Italy

• Spain

"On the individual level, don't buy anything from Israel," suggested one reader about how everyday folks can make their voices heard on the conflict.

"Barcodes '729' and '871' are often associated with products made in Israel," wrote another.

"You can't be a Christian and a Zionist, friends," wrote another about the duplicity of claiming you "support Israel" while also being a follower of Jesus Christ.

No, the covenant promises made to Abraham and his offspring do not apply to the deep state government calling itself "Israel." Find out more at IsraelCollapse.com.

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