ARE THEY HOPING THEIR CRITICS
WILL DIE LAUGHING?
DO THEY REALLY BELIEVE THIS PAP BECAUSE OF THEIR TALMUDIC VALUES OR DO THEY THINK WE WILL SWALLOW IT WHOLE BECAUSE WE ARE DUMB GOYIM?
MY $.02 WILL BE IN DARK GREEN PRINT ALONG WITH ANY PHOTOGRAPHIC PROOF OF THEIR FALSE STATEMENTS OF INNOCENCE. THE CLAIM THAT THERE WERE HAMAS AFFILIATED PEOPLE IN THE BUILDINGS CAN BE COMPLETELY DISCREDITED COMPLETELY. LET THAT EXCUSE COUNT FOR NOTHING AT ALL. EVEN THE ASSASSINATION OF A LEMON PICKER COULD BE JUSTIFIED BECAUSE A TERRORIST'S UNCLE'S WIFE BOUGHT HIS LEMONS!!!!
On Wednesday April 22,
The world has been following the development of this investigation with much concern with almost all remaining critical of the investigation, which failed to acknowledge a single one of the well-documented war crimes committed including: the indiscriminate use of weapons in densely populated areas; using civilians as human shields and putting them in other positions of harm; firing at medical staff and preventing medical teams and ambulances from reaching the injured and dead; firing rockets deliberately into civilian areas, targeting civilians holding white flags; and targeting civilian installations like police stations, government offices, and other non-legitimate military targets. Particular incidences like the bombardment of the UN school, during which at least civilians were killed and injured demand particular attention.
AS HUMAN SHIELDS FOR THE IDF.
The rest of the world does not have such faith in these people. This investigation was a farce since invading soldiers were the only ones who testified. According to the young men who spoke out last month from BREAKING THE SILENCE, atrocities were encouraged and committed. Their words rang around the world everywhere but for North America where much of their testimony was altered to hide reality from North Americans.
The Israeli army’s chief rabbinate gave soldiers preparing to enter the Gaza Strip a booklet implying that all Palestinians are their mortal enemies and advised them that cruelty is a “good attribute”. The booklet, based on writings by Rabbi Shlomo Aviner, a well-known fundamentalist Rabbi, is entitled Go Fight My Fight: A Daily Study Table for the Soldier and Commander in a Time of War. It was published especially for Operation Cast Lead.
Breaking the Silence is calling for the firing of the chief military rabbi, Brigadier-General Avi Ronzki, over the booklet. The Army refuses to discuss this matter. Barak's terminology could perhaps be interpreted as he had absolute faith they would kill as many "violent Philistines" as possible.
A soldier using the pseudonym 'Ram' is also quoted in Ha'aretz describing the ways in which the rabbinate tried to turn Gaza into a Holy War:
The rabbinate brought in a lot of booklets and articles and their message was very clear: We are the Jewish people, we came to this land by a miracle, God brought us back to this land and now we need to fight to expel the non-Jews who are interfering with our conquest of this holy land. This was the main message, and the whole sense many soldiers had in this operation was of a religious war.The inquiries were performed by five IDF colonels who were not involved in the fighting in Cast Lead, and examined reports of attacks on civilians and civilian infrastructure, medical personnel and facilities, United Nations facilities, and also the use of white phosphorous. The investigation, which was supervised by IDF Chief of Staff Gabi Ashkenazi, did find cases of civilians killed by mistaken fire on the part of IDF troops, but said the incidents were isolated.
Jihad Abu Jbarah pictured below
that the IDF fought the good fight.
Deputy IDF Chief of Staff General Dan Harel said that in the dozens of cases they examined, they found that throughout Cast Lead the IDF "adhered to international law and maintained a high level of professionalism and morality."
The above page will show you crimes against humanity that prove just how reliable the words of this Harel creature are. The destruction you will see is an Israeli policy known as the Dahiya Doctrine which advocates leaving behind total destruction combined with elements such as phosphorus or cluster bombs to render the area useless.
The most glaring case of mistaken fire found by the inquiry was the attack on the Al-Dahiyeh family home in the Gaza City neighborhood of Zeitoun, in which 21 members of the same family were killed.
The attack on the Ad-Dayiyeh family home in the Gaza City neighbourhood of Zeitoun, in which 21 members of the same family were killed, was found to be the result of a malfunction in the targeting system of the aircraft carrying out a mission targeting a suspected weapons storehouse dozens of meters away.
In the instance of Israeli artillery fire at UNRWA's Jabalia Elementary School (known locally as Al Fakhora School) in the Jabalia Refugee Camp in January 6, 3:30 pm, where hundreds of Gazans had sought refube, the IOF said its troops were responding to fire from militants near the school and that only 12 people died, five of whom were 'terror operatives."
The UN swears that they take the greatest care to NOT harbour fighters of any sort in their refuges. Al Mezan's investigations confirmed that the IOF fired four shells, believed to be GPS-guided artillery shells, in the vicinity of the school. Three of the shells landed and exploded in an open area opposite to the southwestern part of the schoolyard. The other shell landed approximately 50 metres to the west of the school, hitting two houses and killing 11 people inside including 5 children. The shelling killed a total of 36 civilians and injured 50 more including 12 children and 6 women.
Many atrocities took place in this rural district. Once a thriving land of small farms, olive and fruit groves, it has been decimated to piles of rubble, mud and inadequate tents.
Women of Zeitoun stand in the midst of the destruction that was once a neighbourhood of fine homes set in an area of lush farms and fruit groves. Now, they live in tents in the mud. Many family members and friends are gone now.
The mistaken fire reportedly came as a result of a malfunction in the targeting system of the aircraft carrying out the mission. The IDF has called the incident "regretful", but said it resulted from "an operational mistake that is bound to happen during intensive fighting."
Another incident reported in the probe's findings was the case of an IAF attack on a truck that military intelligence had reported was carrying Grad rockets. After the attack, which killed 8 Palestinians, including 4 Hamas gunmen, it was determined that the truck was transporting gas canisters.
Tibi: No reason to acknowledge IDF inquiry
MK Ahmed Tibi (United Arab List) on Wednesday criticized the findings of the probe, saying "there's no reason to acknowledge the IDF inquiry, which comes from a murderous, secretive, and moaning army known for being murderous and for complaints and cover-ups.
Ariel Sharon, terrorist, international criminal, frequently referred to as the Butcher of any one of many places where he created wars and left destruction and death behind. His attitude, expressed below, is the attitude of Israeli Talmudic/Zionist leaders. So don't expect much more than this farce of an investigation from these people regarding their genocidal assault on Gaza.
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Israel may have the right to put others on trial,
but certainly no one has the right to put
the Jewish people and
the State of Israel on trial.
~ Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon,
25 March 2001 quoted in BBC News Online
The Zionists are making bestial attacks on Arab villages in which they show not the slightest discrimination for women and children, whom they kill as opportunity offers. ~ British Major R.D. Wilson, December 20, 1947
Tibi added that he is "not surprised that the IDF has refused to cooperate with UN probes of mass killings in Gaza."
We Jews, we are the destroyers and will remain the destroyers. Nothing you can do will meet our demands and needs. We will forever destroy because we want a world of our own. ~ Jewish Author Maurice Samuels.
Barakeh also criticized the source of the inquiry, saying "military officials are not commissions of inquiry, there are a part of the system that perpetrated these crimes, and is carrying out a cover-up."
Barakeh added that eventually those responsible for the "war crimes" will be brought to trial "from those at the top of the pyramid, all the way down to rank-and-file soldiers."
Human rights group B'Tselem: IDF inquiry flawed
An Israeli human rights group, B'Tselem, called the military's investigation flawed. and said it "does not answer the need for an independent inquiry outside the army that would look at the whole range of violations the army is incapable of looking at."
On the 3rd of April 2009, Goldstone was named as the head of the United Nations fact-finding mission to the Gaza Strip, investigating possible violations of international law by Israel during the 2008–2009 Israel–Gaza conflict. He responded to the announcement that he was "shocked, as a Jew", to be invited to head the mission. However, with his experience in the international courts in many high profile situations, he is definitely the man for the job. His credentials and ethics come across as flawless.
"It shows how important it is that Israel cooperate with the fact-finding mission of [Richard] Goldstone that would look at violations," said spokeswoman Sarit Michaeli, speaking on behalf of a group of human rights groups that have made this demand in the past.
Goldstone, a former United Nations chief prosecutor for war crimes, was recently appointed to head a UN investigation into atrocities allegedly committed during Israel's three-week war against Gaza's Islamic Hamas rulers.
The investigation called by the UN's Human Rights Council was only supposed to look at Israeli conduct. But Goldstone did not accept the assignment until the mandate was changed to also examine Palestinian actions.
Israel has not said whether it would cooperate with the Goldstone investigation. But it has rejected council investigations in the past, calling them biased.
Among questions being raised is whether Israel used disproportionate force and failed to protect civilians.
In one case, Israeli artillery fire reportedly hit near a UN school where hundreds of Gazans had sought refuge, killing an estimated 42 people. Israeli said its troops were responding to fire from militants near the school, and both the incident and number of casualties have been disputed.
In another instance, Gazans allege Israeli soldiers ordered 110 civilians into a warehouse, then shelled it the next day, killing 30. Israel denies the army targeted the warehouse.
Israel also has been criticized for using white phosphorus weapons, which can be legitimately used in war to create smoke screens or provide illumination.
But rights activists have said its use over populated areas can indiscriminately burn civilians and constitute a war crime.
Israel says its army took great care to avoid harming civilians in Gaza, preceding some airstrikes with leaflets or phone calls warning civilians to flee ~ a contention confirmed by Gaza residents.
Israel is preparing for potential legal action, barring the media from publishing pictures of officers' faces and their names for fear of investigations. It has promised legal and financial support for any officers facing trial, despite the difficulty of prosecuting Israelis.