Let’s Talk About Genocide: The UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide Standard and Israel

Mourners fill the mosque during the funeral for 26 members of the Abu Jame’ family, who were killed the previous day during an Israeli attack over the Bani Suhaila neighborhood of Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, July 21, 2014. Reports indicate that 15 of the 24 killed were children of Abu Jame’ family.

Mourners fill the mosque during the funeral for 26 members of the Abu Jame’ family, who were killed the previous day during an Israeli attack over the Bani Suhaila neighborhood of Khan Younis, Gaza Strip, July 21, 2014. Reports indicate that 15 of the 24 killed were children of Abu Jame’ family. (Taken from 972 Magazine)

I’ll be examining only the first seven main pages of the UN Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide’s official website, under the assumption that each and every word there is carefully chosen to represent the Adviser’s standard criteria of what Genocide is. As I do this, I will juxtapose Israel with these criteria. I will also be looking into the performance of the Special Adviser on the Prevention of Genocide, as it seems to be in need of internal inquiry.

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