The prime minister of Britain, Rishi Sunak has voiced unequivocal support for Israel he vowed that the UK will stand with Israel not just today or tomorrow but always
He showed concern over the killing of 1,300 Israeli civilians and soldiers and took more than 150 people hostages. Moreover, he condemned the shameful rise of antisemitism online and on the streets to make the situation worse but he says no to it he says such things will not happen in Britain, not in our country, not in this century
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UK will support Israel in restoring the security it deserves.
He showed his concern over the sufferings of the Jewish people in this terrorist attack, he spoke about the safety issues and human rights violations that are happening against them, He condemned Hamas’s evil attack on Israel and spoke about the difficulties that the Jewish people would be facing in the coming days he says that he has no word to describe the horror and brutality taking place against the Jews community.
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Britain stands with the British Jewish community and with Israel, the UK supports them in the face of evil, will make every possible effort to protect them, and will try to remove every difficulty that comes in the way of securing the safety of Jews.
He supports Israel’s right to defend itself and says that the UK will support Israel in restoring the security it deserves.
Is Sunak Avoiding Palestinians?
Sunak’s approach avoids references to Palestinians in Gaza where women and children were killed yesterday as they were trying to flee, he makes no mention of the plight of innocent Palestinians now trapped in Gaza there is growing political tension in the UK over how to respond to Israeli bombing of Gaza
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In contrast to Sunak the label leaders urged that all the parties should act in line with international laws and should allow supply of food, electricity, water, and medicines to the Gaza territory and ensure safe humanitarian corridors to Gaza people who fled violence
The crisis in the Middle East has created difficulties and challenges for Keir Starmer, who took Pride in having adopted a zero-tolerance approach to anti-Semitism.
He has been in pain to express strong support for Israel’s right to defend itself but in doing so, he angered some of his party members
Last week, He appeared in a radio interview where he defended the Israeli right to withhold power and water from Palestinian civilians though he mentioned that everything should be done within international laws, 7 Muslim labour councilors in Leicester have now issued a statement demanding that Starmer to apologize for his remark otherwise he will be permanently disappointed from labour Council.