Francesca Albanese Reaffirms Commitment to Documenting Israeli ‘Genocide’ Against Palestinians in Gaza Despite Threats and Inaction from Western States

UN Special Rapporteur for Palestine Faces Threats Over Report of “Genocide” in Gaza

Francesca Albanese, the UN special rapporteur for the Occupied Palestinian Territories, acknowledged receiving threats for her report on the signs of “genocide” committed by Israel against the Palestinian population during the military offensive in Gaza. Despite the threats, Albanese stated that she remains committed to her work and believes the evidence is significant.

Albanese expressed surprise at the lack of response to her report from many Western states, indicating that it speaks volumes about their stance on the issue. She affirmed that her role is to ensure that member states comply with international law and believes that her report may expose what she calls “humanitarian camouflage” regarding Israel’s actions.

In her report presented on Monday, Albanese has provided evidence to support the claim that Israel is committing genocide against the Palestinian population. The criteria for this assertion include the murder of group members, infliction of serious harm, and deliberate actions causing physical destruction.

Albanese’s dedication to her work despite the threats and criticism highlights the importance of upholding human rights and international law in conflict zones like the Occupied Palestinian Territories. While attacks against her have been ongoing since the beginning of her mandate, emphasizing that human rights work is about amplifying

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