Brazil Recalls Ambassador from Israel over Gaza Assault

BRICS, 28 Jul 2014

The Daily Star – TRANSCEND Media Service

Beirut 24 Jul 2014 – Brazil has recalled its ambassador from Tel Aviv over Israel’s “disproportionate use of force” in its ongoing ground offensive in the Gaza Strip.

“The Brazilian government considers unacceptable [the] escalation of violence between Israel and Palestine,” the Brazilian Foreign Ministry said in a statement Wednesday [23 Jul 2014] on its website. “We strongly condemn the disproportionate use of force by Israel in the Gaza Strip, from which large numbers of civilian casualties, including women and children resulted.”

The move comes on the 17th day of an Israeli assault on the Gaza Strip, which has killed more than 700 Palestinians. Human rights groups and the Gaza Health Ministry say that more than 80 percent of the fatalities have been civilian.

“The Brazilian Government reiterates his call for an immediate ceasefire between the parties,” the statement said. “In addition, the ambassador of Brazil in Tel Aviv was called to Brasilia for consultations.”

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