Israel Should Be Held Accountable

Israelis killed over 11,000 people in Gaza, the overwhelming majority of civilians, including 40% of whom are children. In the last week, the Palestinian Health Ministry and hospitals have been unable to give an accurate count because Israel cut communication and has focused on bombing hospitals and refugee camps. Their justification is that Hamas attacked them and killed 1400 people in Israel. Given Palestinians have lived in Israeli-created open-air prisons, it was only a matter of time.

There is no justification for Israel’s response. They cut food, water, fuel, electricity, and now communication to Gaza while forcibly occupying the West Bank. Gazans have no voice. They live in darkness and fear of Israeli terrorism.

Israel, with its money and might, is like Goliath fighting David. Israel won the right to commit genocide in Gaza, but what happens after? Does Israel occupy Gaza as it is doing in the West Bank and rewrite history to justify its lack of morality and crimes against humanity?

Their lack of concern for world peace to pursue their selfish acts of revenge and land-grabbing through genocide will lead to more wars later. And when it does, no one will remember that Israel started it because they will rewrite history in their favor.

Will Israel be held Accountable? They have the money and power to control the narrative. Palestinians like David will one day strike down Goliath.

Evil begets evil!

We need to demand a ceasefire now!


Author: Angela Grant

Angela Grant is a medical doctor. For 22 years, she practiced emergency medicine and internal medicine. She studied for one year at Harvard T. H Chan School Of Public Health. She writes about culture, race, and health.

3 thoughts on “Israel Should Be Held Accountable

    1. They do! If Jesus was in Gaza they wouldn’t stop instead they would justify why they killed him. In the end they are the victors and they get to rewrite history.

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