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Islamic Human Rights Commission based in London launches a massive ‘Boycott Genocide Supporters’ campaign

Islamic Human Rights Commission has launched a massive campaign seeking a boycott of those governments and companies that support the ongoing Israeli genocide of Palestinians in the besieged Gaza Strip.

In a statement released on Tuesday, the non-profit organization based in London said that Israel has now been committing genocide openly in front of the world.

It further said that the UK and other Western governments were complicit in the ongoing genocide by the Israeli regime in the besieged Palestinian territory.

“Our governments are refusing to support a ceasefire to end the genocide, instead they are cheerleading the slaughter, providing arms and political cover so that Israel can continue exterminating Palestinians with impunity.”

“We must act now, to do whatever we can to oppose this genocide. One of the easiest things to do is to boycott those that support genocide.”

“There are many companies that support Israel and deserve to be boycotted, but this list of companies we have researched below is particularly despicable in that they have ramped up their support for Israel, often specifically for the military, whilst it commits genocide in front of their eyes.”

In recent days, thousands of people have taken to the streets in the British capital London to call for an immediate end to Israel’s atrocities in the Gaza Strip.

Among the general Western public, opinion polls show most Americans and Europeans back an end to Israel’s war in Gaza.

But senior officials in Washington and other Western capitals have said they wouldn’t be drawing any red lines for Israel, which has massacred thousands of Palestinian civilians during a yet-ongoing war against the Gaza Strip.

The developments come as the Gaza-based Palestinian Hamas and Islamic Jihad resistance movements in separate statements recently denounced a decision by the United Kingdom to conduct surveillance flights over the Gaza Strip, calling the move a military involvement in the “genocidal war” on the besieged territory.

The statements came after the British Defense Ministry announced the decision on Saturday, to help locate captives held by Hamas in the Gaza Strip.