The UN ‘s top human rights chief has condemned Israeli actions in Gaza, saying war crimes may have been committed.
Navi Pillay made the comments at an emergency debate on the conflict in Geneva.
Israel says it will continue its air, sea and land assault on Gaza until Hamas rocket launch sites and fortified tunnels are destroyed.
Ordinary people continue to bear the brunt of the violence.
One Jabalya resident says the Palestinians are defenceless:
“Most of the wounded are children. There is no resistance here. The occupiers have lost their minds. They are just attacking civilians, they don’t know what they are doing.”
Thousands of Gazan homes have been destroyed along with, schools, hospitals and mosques.
Meanwhile, UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, has lashed out out at Hamas after rockets were discovered hidden in a school for the second time in the conflict.
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