Brazil Wants Immediate Cease Fire in Gaza and Accuses Israel of Using Excessive Force

November 2012
Brazzil Mag;Nov2012, p1
The article focuses on the efforts being made by the government of Brazil to call for ceasefire in Gaza. Speaking on the behalf of the organization Mercosur, the Brazilian government is asking Israel and Palestine to end the war that is causing the death of large number of civilians at the Gaza Strip. Also presented are the view of Ben Rhodes, security adviser for the U.S., holding the Islamist organization Hamas responsible for the violence taking place in Gaza.


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