Following the vetoing of an amendment to a UN resolution for ceasefire, the United States has now abstained from voting on the resolution which called for aid access and a temporary humanitarian pause of the Israeli Regime’s relentless bombing in the Gaza Strip.
The US had initially delayed the resolution vote for 5 days then chose to abstain from voting on it.
However, despite the lack of support from the US, the resolution which falls short of calling for a ceasefire has passed.
More than 20,000 people have been killed by the US-backed Israeli war on Gaza in a span of two months with 40% of the ones killed being children.
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