Brazil Removes Ambassador from Israel Amid Israeli War Crimes

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Brazilian President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva has officially withdrawn the country’s ambassador to Israel. This action comes after a prolonged period of tension between the two nations, primarily due to disagreements over the ongoing conflict in Gaza. 

  The Brazilian government’s decision was formally announced in the nation’s official gazette on Wednesday, marking a notable escalation in diplomatic relations. The withdrawal of Ambassador Frederico Meyer is seen as a response to what Brazil perceives as the mistreatment of its diplomat by Israeli authorities. 

  President Lula has been openly critical of Israel’s military operations in Gaza, drawing controversial parallels to the Holocaust earlier this year. 

 

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