Servers say they are concerned about actions taken without considering previous experiences with acts of terror, such as 9/11. “The ongoing military operation will be detrimental not only to Israel’s own security, but also to regional stability,” they say.
Ideological and political positions stood out in relation to the experience of employees, some with decades of experience. The signatories also call on governments to “stop asserting to the public that there is a strategic and defensible logic” behind the Israeli operation.
The war in Ukraine and human rights monitoring in countries including Russia, China and Iran have been left behind, officials say. “Our governments’ current policies weaken their moral standing and undermine their ability to defend freedom, justice and human rights around the world,” they claim.
Officers are members of foreign ministries and other bodies, such as NATO. The legitimacy of the letter was confirmed with sources by outlets such as The New York Times and BBC, who spoke anonymously with some signatories.
List has at least 12 countries. Coordination was carried out by officials from the USA, the Netherlands and European Union bodies. There are also officers from Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Italy, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom.