The American newspaper “The Wall Street Journal” published an article by two members of the Israeli parliament:The Knesset“In which they call on Western countries to welcome any population who wishes to immigrate and resettle GazaThey claimed that their call was for humanitarian reasons.
The writers, Danny Danon, a prominent member of the Likud Party in the Knesset, who served as Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations from 2015-2020, and Ben Barak, a member of the Knesset from the Yesh Atid party (Yair Lapid’s party) in the Knesset, who served as deputy director, said. MossadFrom 2009 to 2011, Europe and the United States previously accepted the resettlement of millions who fled previous wars in the world.
Emptying Palestine of Palestinians
It is noteworthy that Israel has a higher strategy that aims to empty Gaza and the West Bank of their Palestinian residents, and in this regard the extremists and those described as moderates are no different. It seems that the invitation of Representatives Danon and Ben Barak is part of this strategy.
The two representatives justified their call by saying that the attack by the Islamic Resistance Movement (agitationOn October 7, he put more than two million people living in the Gaza Strip at risk.
They said that General Assembly of Nations Last month, the United Nations adopted a resolution calling on all parties to allow “continuous, adequate and unimpeded” provision of basic supplies and services to the Gaza Strip. However, as the war continues, UN resolutions do nothing tangible to help the people of Gaza, and it is necessary for the world to explore possible solutions to help the besieged civilians. .
An invitation to all countries of the world
They added that they propose that countries around the world accept “limited numbers of Gazan families who have expressed their desire to move elsewhere.”
They went on to say that, given the long history of Europe, America and others in helping refugees fleeing conflicts, countries around the world must provide refuge for Gazans seeking resettlement.
They explained that there was a need for a handful of countries in the world to share the responsibility of hosting the people of Gaza. Even if countries receive at least 10,000 people each, this will help alleviate the crisis.
They concluded by saying that the international community is faced with a moral duty and an opportunity to show compassion and help the people of Gaza move towards a more prosperous future and work together to achieve greater peace and stability in the Middle East.