In a letter, 300 professors from the world’s universities asked the secretary-general of the United Nations to stop Israeli war crimes, including the bombing of civilian targets, the use of prohibited bombs, and the siege of Gaza.
Three hundred university professors from all over the world, in a letter addressed to the Secretary General of the United Nations, Antonio Guterres, demanded to prevent the genocide of the people of Gaza by the Zionists.
The letter reads in part: “Unless Israel is stopped and held accountable for the crimes it is currently committing in Gaza and the West Bank it will continue to kill and maim with impunity and to make a mockery of international law”.
It is also emphasized in this letter: “According to the UN's own workers and officials there are no safe places in Gaza. Gaza is under total siege and constant bombardment. The humanitarian situation for civilians is desperate with hospitals overflowing, medical equipment in short supply, electricity and water cut off by Israel and food supplies dwindling owing to the siege”.
To view the full text of this letter, which is written in English, along with the names of the professors who signed it, please click here.