The President of the European Commission, Ursula von Der Leyen; the President of the European Parliament, Roberta Metsola; EU Member States Heads of State and Government
WHY IS THIS IMPORTANT?
Since October 7th, at least 1,400 Israelis and over 3,800 Palestinians have been killed. 
Civilians on both sides are paying the price of an unprecedented escalation in hostilities between Israel and Gaza. Key EU leaders are not calling for an end to this violence. President of the European Commission von der Leyen and other officials expressed unreserved solidarity with Israel but said nothing in response to the international crimes taking place in Gaza.  This gives Israel green light from the EU to break international law.
The EU was founded on the commitment to peace and EU leaders have a duty to pressure all countries to follow international law and protect civilians. It’s clear our leaders need reminding of this and we must urge them to denounce indiscriminate bombing of civilians and residential areas in Gaza.
Around the world, people see Europe as silent on the fate of civilians in Gaza. But there is political will among EU diplomats and EU countries like Ireland to change this course. 
Europe cannot apply double standards and must condemn war crimes regardless of where they take place and who the perpetrator is. It seems that our leaders cannot hear the voices of the Palestinians – so let’s add the voice of Europeans and our large community.
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