Shocking revelations about the war on Gaza - Local Arab Press editorialDec 19, 2009 - 11:25 - WAM Abu Dhabi, Dec 19th, 2009 (WAM) -- Genocide and ethnic cleansing were not the only objective of the Israeli war on Gaza, it had more heinous goals that included the annihilation of the future Palestinian generations, stressed a local Arabic daily newspaper in its editorial today.
Based on new revelations about the Israeli aggression on the Mediterranean strip, 'Al-Khaleej' daily said that the main objective of the warfare was to target fertility and embryos of Palestinians by way of planting carcinogens in the weapons to wipe out the new generation as Israel had failed in the face of Palestinian resistance.
The effects of those cancer causing weapons will retard the population growth of the Palestinians, who fight for their homeland, said the paper.
Al Khaleej went on to express its belief that all international resolutions on Arab rights were not for implementation, but for procrastination and delay, after which they are buried in the archives of the United Nations for use as reasoning and citation whenever necessary.
The editorial entitled 'Prison for Goldstone Report' said that the report on war crimes committed by Israel in the Gaza Strip was released before a month and a half. At that time UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon promised to refer the report to the Security Council in "as soon as possible" after the General Assembly decided to submit it to the Council.
But the expression "as soon as possible," seems to have a meaning different from what is commonly understood, especially when it comes to the Zionist entity which is not subject to the laws and principles. Accordingly, whenever such resolutions and international reports pertaining to it are released, time stops at the borders of that entity, without regard to international justice, international legitimacy and international law, said the paper.
The paper added that the international resolutions issued against the Zionist entity since its inception until now on the occupation, aggression and racism, have been shelved and any one of them did not find its way into implementation.
At the same time, any resolution abiding by international law was issued; it was implemented with immediate effect if the party in question were the Arabs.
The worse is that the Arabs themselves were pioneers in the implementation of these resolutions and commitments even if they were implemented against sister Arab countries. They expressed this keenness in order to assert their respect for resolutions of international legitimacy; some thing which applies to them only, said Al Khaleej.
But "the ironic fact is that there is no a single Arab state who has asked the Secretary-General of the United Nations any thing about the fate of the Goldstone Report and when the time of the "as soon as possible" will come.
The paper concluded its editorial opining that the report, which awaits its 'as soon as possible time', will finally land its abode to serve a life term imprisonment.