Anglo women should cancel travel says global Women rights CSO

The world is about to hear legal consequences arising from Israel’s and America’s Policies/Practices in Palestine. Tensions will rise higher.

The dangers inherent in this Gaza Genocide and the current 60 wars/conflicts raging around the world, are the reason women in Canada and the USA must not travel outside their countries. Already there is widespread contempt for the West but particularly Canada and the United States for their participation in the Gaza Genocide and the failure of leaders of the two countries to do everything possible to prevent the genocide in accordance with their own statutes and international law.

Instead they are supplying moral support, weapons, munitions, and combat arms personnel to aid in the commission of genocide, say the women of The RINJ Foundation.

“This weekend the RINJ Foundation women convened a summit of regional experts from around the world to discuss our case against the perpetrators of genocide in Gaza and to examine the impact of our actions on our members as well as on all women around the world.”

An angry world is looking for someone to punish for this

Civilian bodies are piling up in Rafah at the south of the Gaza Strip on the border with Egypt—which nation’s leadership is furious—as an untold number of civilians, mostly women and children in the hundreds are killed or injured by Israel and US bombing and tank rounds. “An angry world is looking for someone to punish for this,” warn  humanitarian workers in Gaza and in Israel. Photo submitted by Behar Abbasi. Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

Rafah in the past 24 hours is being destroyed despite a million displaced persons gathered there, civilians who were ordered to evacuate their previous shelters and go to Rafah on the border with Egypt. Now they are being bombed and shelled.

Video by Citizen Journo Mariam Dagga

URGENT NOTICE TO WOMEN. New reasons why Anglo women must not travel abroad in 2024

“Women and children are increasingly in the past two decades accepted as fair game for killing as a method of angering the men who run your country as we have seen in the cases of women and children in the Yezidi Genocide, the women and children in the ongoing Rohingya Genocide and in the case of the women and children in the ongoing Gaza Genocide,” announced RINJ Women.

Women and children are seen by aggressive states and aggressive non-state actors as easy targets, unarmed, and can’t fight back.

RINJ Foundation’s Legal Actions Against the Genocide Parties may endanger organization’s members due to retributions say the RINJ Women in Israel.

“Since over 55 entities are involved in serious discussions with the International Court of Justice starting next Monday, it is highly unlikely that RINJ Women will ever be noticed for its legal actions against the perpetrators of genocide, because first of all, we are women and are normally ignored in serious conversations as women, and secondly, because we are among 55 complainant entities all of which have much greater stature as nations and as three huge men’s non-profit organizations,” said Katie Alsop, the global executive director of the CSO.

“This is a serious warning spearheaded by American and Canadian women humanitarian workers and their humanitarian-worker sisters who have been traveling and helping and vouching for other women who were running into difficulties.”

“Usually the accusation is ‘spying’ or ‘immorality’ if the woman or girl is traveling alone. It doesn’t matter if the allegation is incredulous. There will be no discussion. When traveling with a family, family member or business associate, the parties are separated and decisions are made behind the scenes by corrupt men who decide what to do with each person. Often ejection is the result, and the cost of new travel must be paid, plus onerous fines for each of the travelers. Some of the parties may be detained further. That is true of many places but if you are going to Syria, Iran, Yemen, Lebanon, Iraq, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, according to ours and other known experiences, say goodbye to your life—just in case—because death, detention, disappearance, or slavery could lie ahead,” explains Melissa Hemingway from Tel Aviv, Israel.

The southern Gaza city of Rafah where over one million Palestinians have been herded by Israel is now the most densely populated area in the world and is reprehensibly under Israeli/American bombardment with Israel flying the bombers and driving the tanks and America providing the weapons and the munitions plus remotely American-piloted drones, American satellite tracking and monitoring, and American guidance systems.  Photo submitted by Behar Abbasi. Art, cropping, enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine.

While the International Court of Justice was slamming Israel on 26 January on the matter of a charge of Genocide made by the state of South Africa, a U.S. federal judge who was shown images from the Gaza Genocide like the above, announced that “Israel is plausibly engaging in genocide in Gaza” and urged the Biden administration to reconsider its “unflagging support” for the genocide on Palestinians. This was part of  a ruling in response to the lawsuit filed by the Center for Constitutional Rights (Israels-Unfolding-Crime) representing two Palestinian human rights organizations in Gaza against the U.S. administration.

Mr. (“GenocideJoe“) Biden is accused as are senior administration officials of complicity in and failure to prevent “Israel’s” genocidal acts, as required by both international and U.S. law.

The world is about to hear about Legal Consequences arising from Israel’s and America’s Policies and Practices in the Occupied Palestinian Territories including Gaza, East Jerusalem, and the West Bank. This will only raise tensions. Anglo women are advised not to travel.

Meanwhile the International Court of Justice (ICJ) at the Peace Palace in the Hague will conduct public hearings from Monday, 19 February through Monday, 26 February 2024 regarding the request for an advisory opinion in respect of the Legal Consequences arising from Israel’s Policies and Practices in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.