Suella Braverman, the Home Secretary of Britain, has been dismissed by the country’s Prime Minister following her controversial statements regarding the pro-Palestinian march in London.
Ms Braverman, who had referred to the pro-Palestinian march in London as a “hate parade,” was dismissed on Monday by Rishi Sunak, the Prime Minister of Indian descent in this country.
Ms Braverman had claimed in an article in The Times a week ago that the London police had dealt with the pro-Palestinian marchers in a “soft” manner.
It’s worth noting that this dismissed minister is known for her strict policies towards immigrants. She had likened the arrival of immigrants to Britain to a “storm.”
Amidst the rising human casualties in Gaza, a collaborative gathering of Arab and Islamic nations convened to address the pressing issue.
During this meeting, the participants collectively advocated for the imposition of sanctions on arms exports to Israel while also urging the International Criminal Court to initiate an investigation into the alleged crimes committed by Israel against the Palestinian population.
The meeting, held in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, occurred on a Saturday. It culminated in the issuance of a resolute statement that unequivocally rejects and condemns Israel’s actions, which it categorizes as being conducted under the guise of “self-defence.”
During this meeting, the participants unanimously called for the severance of diplomatic relations with Israel and the implementation of an arms embargo on the nation. Furthermore, they appealed to the international community to take decisive actions aimed at pursuing and safeguarding the fundamental rights of the Palestinian people.