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Home arrow Canada and the Middle East arrow Open letter to the NDP: It's time to condemn Israel's massacres
Open letter to the NDP: It's time to condemn Israel's massacres PDF Print E-mail
Jul 16, 2014 at 07:44 PM

by Independent Jewish Voices
Rabble.ca | July 15, 2014

Israel targets civilian homes in Gaza

Dear New Democratic Party of Canada,

As fellow Canadians who are concerned with human rights, we call on you to condemn Israel's murderous bombing campaign on the defenceless population of Gaza....

We are chagrined that the NDP has yet to speak out against Israel's bombing of civilians in Gaza. These are war crimes, since it is clear that Israel has used its precision-guided missiles to target families' homes, hospitals, schools, ambulances, and even a centre for disabled children. The horrific images coming out of Gaza should elicit strong and immediate condemnation from any individual or organization that is concerned about human rights.

Why then, we are wondering, has the NDP failed to condemn these atrocities?

Read full article: http://rabble.ca/blogs/bloggers/ijv/2014/07/open-letter-to-ndp-its-time-to-condemn-israels-massacres

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