The Russian newspaper Pravda said in a report that Israel’s brutal response to the attacks agitation It shocked the Islamic world and public opinion around the world, as thousands of civilian casualties and the targeting of residential buildings prompted people to ask the question: Is such destruction possible in this time?
The report added that the number of victims of Israeli attacks has so far exceeded 8,000 people as a result of the Israeli army’s strikes on GazaHalf of them are children, highlighting that the indifference shown by the Israeli side toward the fate of ordinary civilians has inflamed public opinion within Islamic countries in Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and in Germany, France, and Britain.
This is evident in the organization of marches and demonstrations in which thousands participated, even in Russia.
The report asked: Do the Israeli authorities realize that, through their indiscriminate attacks on residential areas in Gaza, they create a negative image of Israel and turn a large part of the global community against it?
He stated that Tel Aviv is working to recreate the old ideological foundation on which the ideology of hatred of Jews was formed for centuries. While anti-Semitism in ancient times was formed on the basis of tales and legends, today it captures clear images from the scene of events.
The report explains that from ancient times until the end of the 19th century, any suspicious death of a Christian child near the Jewish community became grounds for prosecution or even Jewish pogroms.
He added that against the backdrop of the massive human losses of Gaza children due to the Israeli bombing, the idea of “child killers” is gaining great momentum. In light of this situation, the instigators do not need to invent new stories to oppose Israel.
A vivid example of this is the events that took place at Makhachkala Airport, when an angry crowd boarded a plane from Israel, raising slogans: “Child killers have no place in Dagestan,” knowing that most of these people do not care about ancient myths and tales and are familiar with the horrific images of children’s corpses. Their number is approximately thousands.
Pravda concluded its report by saying that there is no need today to invent frightening stories about the torture of a Christian child on the cross for ritual purposes, because the image of exploding high-rise residential buildings in Gaza dispenses with that and reflects a disaster of biblical proportions. According to the newspaper, Israel commits these massacres on its own initiative, which serves its opponents.