Google should condemn Israeli attacks on Palestine; Google’s Jewish employees send a letter to Sundar Pichai
Washington: Jewish workers urge Google to support Palestine. More than 200 Google employees have called on Google to register a protest against the Israeli attack on Gaza.
Members of an organization known as the Jewish Diaspora in Tech have called on Google to help Palestine. The Jewish group demanded that Google be prepared to provide assistance to the relief efforts in Palestine, which is suffering from military aggression.
They added that aid work in Palestine should be similar to what Google is doing in Israel. They made the request in a letter to Google chief executive Sundar Pichai and the company’s executive board.
“Google should issue a statement condemning the attacks in Palestine and Israel. The statement added that the statement added that the Israeli army and other militant groups were attacking Palestinians.
The current attacks have killed Israeli and Palestinian civilians and injured many more. But they added that it was not possible to pretend that they did not see the horrific attacks on the Palestinians.
They said in the letter that Israel and the Jews should not be seen as one and that being anti-Zionist does not mean anti-Semitic.
Meanwhile, Israeli aggression in Gaza continues. So far, 219 Palestinians have been killed in Israeli airstrikes since May 10. Of these, 63 are children. About 1,500 people have been injured. Twelve Israelis were killed in an attack by Hamas. More than 300 people were reported injured.
For more than a month, Palestinians have been protesting in the region against Israeli moves to evict Arabs and Muslims from Sheikh Zarah in East Jerusalem.
Israel launched airstrikes on Gaza on May 7, just after Israeli forces attacked the Masjid al-Aqsa and Hamas came out against it.
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