United Kingdom Foreign Secretary David Cameron has said that Israel’s war on Gaza may have included breaches of international law.

Iran PressEurope: The UK foreign secretary, during a tense exchange with MPs on the conflict in the Middle East, siad that the Israeli regime "might have taken action" in breach of international law in Gaza.

“Am I worried that Israel has taken action that might be in breach of international law in Gaza, because this particular premises has been bombed, or whatever? Yes, of course,” Cameron, a former prime minister, said on Tuesday.

He added that legal advice received so far points to Israeli compliance with international law but that “lots of occasions” are under question.

Asked during a question-and-answer session with lawmakers if Israel could be vulnerable to a challenge at the International Criminal Court (ICC) in the Hague over whether their actions were proportionate, Cameron said the stance was “close to that.”

On Saturday, October 7, 2023, the Palestinian resistance forces launched a surprise operation called "Al-Aqsa Flood" against the positions of Tel Aviv, and the Zionist regime, in order to retaliate its defeat and stop the resistance operations, bombed all the crossings, especially the mosques and medical centers of the Gaza Strip.

At least 22,722 people killed and 58,166 wounded in Israeli attacks on Gaza since October 7. 

On average, the number of children being killed every day in the enclave ‘is well over 100’, a Doctors Without Borders doctor warns.

315 Palestinians have also been killed in the West Bank since October 7, according to a UN report. Among the fatalities were 81 children.


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