Israel 'angry' over America's actions in UN! Netanyahu took this step


Voting took place in the United Nations Security Council (UNSC) on Monday regarding the ceasefire in Gaza. The proposal passed 14-0. Israel's friendly country America did not participate in the voting. He decided not to use his veto power. America had earlier voted on three proposals related to a ceasefire. He has been in favor of a ceasefire in Gaza. After the voting in the UN on Monday, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has canceled his US tour.

This UN resolution calls for a ceasefire during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. The resolution also demanded the release of all the hostages captured during the October 7 attack. International aid officials say the entire population of the Gaza Strip is 2.3 million. They suffer from food insecurity.

According to Gaza's health ministry, more than 30,000 people have been killed and more than 74,000 injured in the territory. Two-thirds of the dead are women and children. On October 7, Hamas attacked Israel, in which about 1200 people died. The war started only after this attack. Hamas is still believed to be holding about 100 Israelis hostage, as well as the remains of 30 others.

The White House has reacted to Netanyahu's decision. She said it was very disappointing. White House spokesman John Kirby said this is disappointing. We are very disappointed that he is not coming to Washington. Kirby said senior US officials would meet separately with Israeli Defense Minister Yoav Galant on issues including hostages, humanitarian aid, and the protection of civilians in the southern Gaza city of Rafah.

Let us tell you that Gallant is currently in Washington. Kirby emphasized that despite the UN Security Council's decision to abstain from voting, there has been no change in US policy.