It’s been a long time coming, but the tide is turning in humanity’s favor.
From soldiers not having enough courage to shoot down their own people, or are simply tired of war.
One by one, hearts of men and women could not bear the deaths and sufferings of others anymore.
The global condemnation against Israel is getting bigger by the day.
Leaders are forced to decide the kind of legacy they’ll leave behind before their kind becomes irrelevant as we move on to a non-hierarchical, multi-cultural and cooperative society.
In the area of suppressed science, an ultra-advanced electromagnetic drive has been tested and confirmed by NASA. While a TV network in the Philippines has finally started airing Ancient Aliens dubbed in Filipino.
We shall prevail.
Sayeeda Warsi, a British Foreign Office minister and the first Muslim to sit in the UK cabinet, has resigned over the UK government’s policy on Gaza.
Warsi wrote on Twitter on Tuesday that, “With deep regret I have this morning written to the Prime Minister (David Cameron) & tendered my resignation. I can no longer support Govt policy on #Gaza.”
Warsi is the first minister to resign on principle from the British government since the coalition was formed between the Conservative Party and the Liberal Democrats in 2010.
This comes as Conservative Prime Minister David Cameron’s coalition government has drawn criticism, including from the main opposition Labour Party, for not taking a tougher line against Israel over its military attacks on Gaza.
On August 3, Labour Party leader, Ed Miliband criticized Cameron for failing to take a firm stance on Israel’s aggression against Gaza, saying the prime minister had failed to speak out about the Israeli atrocities.
In addition, the British government recently came under fire after reports showed that the Israeli regime has been using weapons containing British-made components in the fatal aggression against the Gaza Strip.
The command in Kiev has blatantly abandoned a group of more than 400 soldiers encircled by the self-defense forces, the senior Ukrainian officer who requested sanctuary in Russia with his men has revealed.
Lack of ammunition, food, fuel and clear orders from the command on how to act in the condition of encirclement has made the Ukrainian troops cross the border, Major Vitaly Dubinyak, a battalion commander, told Itar-Tass news agency.
“For two weeks, we were fighting back without ammunition and fuel. I didn’t have the opportunity to feed my men for almost two weeks. We even ran out of first strike ration. The personnel were more exhausted by despair than by the actual shelling,” Dubinyak said.
“Other than giving us a command to ‘hold on,’ Kiev provided us with no other assistance. And during the last week, they’ve aborted all communication. They’ve simply given up on us,” he added.
A total of 438 soldiers, including 164 Ukrainian border guards, were allowed into Russia on Sunday night.
The troops have been housed in a tent camp deployed near the checkpoint via which they entered Russian territory.
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