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Francesca Albanese, the UN special rapporteur for the Occupied Palestinian Territories, has faced criticism and threats due to her recent report on the signs of “genocide” by Israel against the Palestinian population during the military offensive in Gaza Strip. Despite these challenges, Albanese remains committed to her work and believes that the evidence she has gathered is significant.

Albanese’s report, presented on Monday, highlights the criteria for genocide, including the murder of group members, infliction of physical or mental harm, and deliberate destruction of living conditions. She believes that her analysis will shed light on the situation and push for accountability for Israel’s actions.

Despite facing pressure and attacks from some countries, Albanese expressed her disappointment at the lack of response from Western States to her report. She called it surprising and questioned their position on the matter. She emphasized that her role is to ensure that member states comply with international law and that her report reveals humanitarian camouflage used by Israel to portray their actions as isolated incidents rather than systematic violations of human rights.

Despite these challenges, Albanese remains undeterred and continues to amplify the voices of those affected by the conflict in Gaza Strip. She is determined to pursue justice and uphold international law in the face of criticism and threats.

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