Video: CNN investigation exposes Israeli concentration camps and torture

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Published by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 14/05/2024 - 8:36am in

US broadcaster daren’t use the term, but it’s clear what they’re showing

An investigation by US news channel CNN has exposed Israel’s use of concentration camps, where Palestinian prisoners, mostly civilians, are routinely beaten, tortured, have bones and teeth smashed and are so inhumanely bound and forced into untenable physical positions that many have to have limbs amputated.

CNN calls these ‘detention camps’, but a viewing of the video makes the reality of what they are inescapable:

The discovery, aided by a whistleblowing soldier, adds to the seemingly endless tally of Israel’s war crimes. Meanwhile, the US and no doubt the UK are desperately pressuring the International Criminal Court (ICC) not to issue arrest warrants for Benjamin Netanyahu and his fellow war criminals.

The video also reveals that Israeli hospitals – against all norms and medical oaths – are refusing to treat wounded Palestinians. The victims of Israel’s mass murder in Gaza are, to a level of around 92 percent, civilians – more than two thirds of them women and children. Those held in these concentration camps are overwhelmingly likely to be civilians too – a fact confirmed by the eventual release of some after they have been brutalised, broken and maimed.

The ICC must not listen and must not delay – and warrants should also be issued for every politician in the UK and elsewhere who colludes in or covers for Israel’s genocide and innumerable other war crimes.

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