AMID all the carnage and the "blame game" from both sides on Gaza, one question is rarely asked: is anyone ever going to be held responsible for war crimes?
Evidence is emerging daily - both of Palestinian armed groups quite unacceptably launching rockets into civilian areas of southern Israel, and of the Israeli military's inexcusable behaviour during its massive assault in Gaza.
For example, Amnesty International has eyewitness accounts of how Israeli soldiers have burst into Palestinian homes, forcing families to stay in a ground-floor room while using the house as a sniper position.
In other words, Palestinian men, women and children have been used as human shields in violation of the Geneva Convention, precisely what Israel accuses Hamas of doing.
We're urging readers to write to their local MP calling for them to ask the UK government to push for a complete arms embargo and an independent investigation that could help to bring perpetrators to justice for crimes committed in Gaza.
This isn't about taking sides - it's about calling for justice, for both Palestinian and Israeli civilians.
Members of Amnesty International Westminster and Bayswater Group, c/o 87 Warwick Way,