“All of the Palestinians must be killed; men, women, infants, and even their beasts” ~ Rabbi Yisrael Rosen, Rabbi Yisrael Rosen, a true man of the Zionist God.
“Annihilate the Amalekites from the beginning to the end. Kill them and wrest them from their possessions. Show them no mercy. Kill continuously, one after the other. Leave no child, plant, or tree. Kill their beasts, from camels to donkeys.”
are targeted frequently. And they die in great numbers.
ISRAEL DOES NOT TARGET THE PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS
However, the results of a 2004 study on the correlation between the readiness to tolerate politically motivated violence, the presence or lack of explicit images, and the feeling of personal relatedness I conducted with national and international students at Lund and Copenhagen university clearly shows that these ethical standards are counter productive with regard to bringing justice to victims of politically motivated violence.
I am therefore publishing the article on nsnbc, unedited and including all images, and advise reader discretion. I sincerely hope that this article elicits the systematic state terrorism committed by Israel and that it helps establishing a sense of proportion with regard to the threat of so-called Palestinian terrorism against Israel.
“Everything caught fire. My husband and four of my children burned alive in front of my eyes; my baby girl, Shahed, my only girl, melted in my arms.”
THE CHILDREN OF PALESTINE:
Israel would like the world to believe that the pictures of these children serve as further indictment and evidence of Hamas terrorism.What a clever propaganda ploy:blame the deaths of women and children on the enemy.
But Both Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch claim there is no evidence whatever that Hamas has ever done this, but they have presented considerable documented evidence that Jewish soldiers do in fact use Palestinians, primarily children, as human shields.
“Children have been shot in other conflicts I have covered ~ death squads gunned them down in El Salvador and Guatemala, mothers with infants were lined up and massacred in Algeria, and Serb snipers put children in their sights . . in Sarajevo.But I have never before watched soldiers entice children like mice into a trap and murder them for sport,” Hedges wrote. His account, coolly factual yet full of passionate intensity, was written not for his own paper but for Harper’s Magazine, which sent Hedges to Gaza on his vacation.” The Nation, March 11, 2002
Oct. 17, 2004;
by Gideon Levy
The plain fact, which must be stated clearly, is that the blood of hundreds of Palestinian children is on our hands.
One Israeli cannon shell hit the shack of the Hijo family in the refugee camp, instantly killing 4-month-old Iman Hijo, with shrapnel tearing a hole into the infant’s back.
Do you think these parents were terrorists before these killings of their children? Do you think they are now?
As his father attempts to shield him, Jewish soldiers shoot at 12 year old Mohammed Al Doura. He was killed shortly after this photo was taken.The Islamic equivalent of the American Red Cross, the Palestinian Red Crescent Society (PRCS) offers emergency medical services in occupied Palestine.Emergency medical technician (EMT) Bassam Balbeisi was shot and killed as he tried to rescue the boy, Mohammed Al Doura, and the boy’s father, shown under fire in the picture above. (The Jewish soldiers killed the boy on Sept. 30, 2000. The father was shot and wounded).
Little Ahmed Ghanem bids a final farewell to the remains of his big brother, Mahmoud, 13, in the village of Sara in the West Bank. Mahmoud was shot in the head March 10, 2002 by Israeli troops, west of Nablus.
. . in the Jenin refugee camp and killed a doctor, 57 year old Khalil Suleiman. Three medics and a nine year old girl were wounded in the Israeli army attack.Commenting on the preceding Israeli army “raids” of March 4, Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon stated: “Anyone wishing to conduct negotiations with Palestinians must first hit them hard…We must inflict heavy losses on their side.” Source: Los Angeles Times, March 5, 2002
Mohammed Houmeduk, 12, shot and killed in cold blood Dec. 18, 2001 in the Khan Younis refugee camp in the Gaza Strip, by Israeli soldiers.
Hebron, Dec. 10, 2001. Editor’s note: We have no post-mortem photo of the two year old victim, Burhan Sidir. The Israelis blew him apart. His head was found in the street. His legs were in different places. Two brothers, aged 8 and 10 were also seriously injured in the Dec. 10 Israeli attack.
Zahra Sidir said her son Burhan’s third birthday was to be March 27. “Can you think of a crime uglier than this?” she asked. “A targeted person? My two year old son?”
On Nov. 22, 2001, five Palestinian school boys ages 7 to 14 were on their way to classes in the Gaza strip when they were killed by a booby-trapped bomb planted on the path to their school by the Jewish military.Israel “….places explosive charges where children are likely to pass and then claims that only the other side practices terrorism?” ~ Gideon Levy,”On The Way To School,” Ha’aretz, Nov. 26, 2001. Also cf. NY Times, Dec. 11, 2001, p. A12These are not terrorist acts? The settlers who attack anyone they can get near, burn down olive groves, attack Palestinian kids on the way to school, throw fire on Palestinian houses. Israeli Air force dropping one tone bombs in Gaza residential neighborhoods.
The sister of 13-year-old Mohammed Abu Libda, who was shot to death by Israeli troops, cries during his funeral as her brother’s body is brought home in southern Gaza, September 9, 2001
The remains of Mohammed Zurub. Jewish soldiers shot dead the 11-year old Palestinian boy in the Gaza ghetto on August, 23, 2001. Haaretz newspaper reported: “Witnesses said that Mohammed Zurub was shot in the heart after throwing stones at IDF (Israeli) troops.”
The body of Mohammed Abu Arrar, 14, is caressed by a relative prior to burial. The boy was shot to death in the Gaza ghetto by Israeli soldiers, August 19, 2001.
Israeli soldiers shot this eight-year-old Palestinian girl, Sabreen Abu Sneineh, in the head, in Hebron, Aug. 12, 2001
Two Palestinian brothers, Bilal Abu Khader, 8, and Ashraf Abu Khader, 5, were killed in the West Bank town of Nablus, July 31, 2001 by Israeli helicopter gunships, which rocketed the center of a Palestinian population center in the middle of the day. Six other Palestinians were killed during the Jewish-sponsored assassinations.
The body of murdered 3-month-old Palestinian infant Diya Tmaizi, center, is flanked by murdered Palestinian civilians Mohammed Hilmy Tmaizi, 20, right, and Mohammed Salameh Tmaizi, 22, left, in the West Bank village of Idna, near Hebron.
The Palestinian baby and the other civilians were shot and killed, and at least four other Palestinian civilians were injured late Thursday, July 19, 2001, near Idna. According to Israeli radio, a Jewish “settler” group took responsibility for the murders.
The body of Mohammad Abu Kweik, 8, is lifted from the carnage after the Mitsubishi pick-up truck he was traveling in was bombed by Israeli forces in the West Bank Palestinian ghetto of Ramallah, March 4, 2002.
Six Palestinian civilians, including the boy’s mother, Bushra Kweik, 38, and two sisters, Bara, 14, and Aziza, 16, were killed when Israeli troops bombed their truck after their mother had picked them up from school. The car behind them was also hit. The man the Israelis were attempting to assassinate was not in either vehicle. Two Palestinian children, ages 4 and 16, were killed in the second vehicle.
There are many reports, by individuals and by UN and other human-rights agencies, documenting the claims that the Jews in Israel refuse passage to ambulances after their devastating air raids in Gaza. Also, there are repeated documented claims that the Jews attack the ambulances and often kill the passengers – including the injured patients and the resident doctors.
The boy, Obei Darraj, age nine, was killed on Friday March 2, 2001 in his family’s home, in El Bireh. The little boy was watching his father paint the wall of a brother’s bedroom when gunfire crashed through its window, and hit the child in the chest.The Israeli army took credit for the killing, saying: ” The gunfire came in retaliation to Palestinian shots aimed at the Psagot settlement” (Ha’aretz, March 4, 2001).
On Sept. 30, Bassam, 45, attempted to get his clearly-marked ambulance to the boy and father, but was shot in the chest and killed by Israeli soldiers. Mr. Balbeisi is from Gaza city and leaves behind a wife and 13 children.
Jewish soldiers opened fire on Palestinian demonstrators at the funeral of a slain Palestinian. At least ten other Palestinians were injured. (Source: Ha’aretz, April 24, 2001)
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