Why India not supporting Israel during Israel – Palestine war ? | Sociology IQ
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to Twitter to thank the 25 countries who support Israel during Israel – Palestine war but India was not among them. Now people has one question in their mind that why India is not supporting Israel openly?
There are two main reason behind that –
- India always took stand for Human Rights , India has an image of Non – Violence supporter in international community. During this war many civilians are injured who doesn’t have any connection with this war.
- Because of its internal issues, as Pakistan occupied some part of Kashmir and China occupied Aksai chin , if India support Israel in his capturing region strategy then India will never take his country part from Pakistan and China. That’s why India not supporting Israel during this war.
Following recharged threats among Israel and Palestine and probably the deadliest air strikes on the Gaza Strip since the 2014 conflict, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu took to Twitter to thank the 25 countries that have shown up to openly endorse Israel’s “entitlement to self preservation against psychological oppressor assaults”.
In any case, in his tweet including 25 countries that showed up to openly endorse, Netanyahu didn’t join the Indian banner, prompting a few remarks requesting that he do as such.
For a few days since Israel’s raging of the Al-Aqsa mosque following fights over its constrained expulsions of Palestinians in the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheik Jarrah, Indian Twitter had seen the hashtag #IndiaStandsWithIsrael show up on moving.
Notwithstanding, India’s true position has been more impartial. India was the principal non-Arab nation to perceive the Palestine Liberation Organization’s position as the sole real delegate for the Palestinian public. Executive Narendra Modi in 2018 turned into the principal Indian Prime Minister to visit Palestine.
India’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations, Ambassador, T.S. Tirumurti had before tweeted saying he told the UNSC meeting on Tuesday that India was “Profoundly worried at conflicts and brutality in Haram Al Sharif/Temple Mount” and “similarly worried about removals in Sheik Jarrah and Silwan areas”
He approached the two sides to try not to change teh business as usual on the ground, and noticed that the Old City likewise houses an Indian Hospice, Al Zawiyya Al Hindiyya. He proceeded to censure rocket fire from Gaza and asked limitation of all gatherings approaching them to hold fast to UNSC Resolution 2334 (which, decided in favor of 14-0 out of 2016, noticed that Israel’s settlement exercises in Palestinian domains were a “egregious infringement” of worldwide law).
India stays focused on the two-state arrangement, Ambassador Tirumurti said.