Archive | July, 2014

Blatant Slaughter


By Jim Kirwan



In the ongoing and continuous slaughter of the Palestinians, the Ukrainians, the Syrians, the Iraqi’s and any number of other nation states which US Inc and Israel are laying waste to at the moment: The People of the world must begin to analytically deconstruct the methodology beneath this entire global takeover.
Throughout all the BS, the Blatant Slaughter, one shining example of the depth of these criminal-activities stands alone.
Zionist-dominated mainstream media vividly portrays Israel as a tiny embattled nation seeking peace in a sea of Arab hostility. 1 Arabs, we are told, commit acts of terror while Israel only resorts to violence out of self-protection. The facts of history paint a very different picture.
Far from deploring terror, Israel has sanctioned terror to seize
and expand its territory since its beginnings. In 1944, Zionist leaders in Israel faced two alternatives. They could continue to allow the British and Arabs to occupy Palestine, who would continue to pressure Israel to concede a Palestinian state. Or they could drive both British and Arabs out. Israelis chose the latter.
Members of the Zionist ruling elite and their clandestine terrorist enforcers–the Jewish Agency, Hagana, Irgun and the Stern Gang–began to exert every possible terrorist means to dominate Palestine. Their strategy was simple: the more respectable Zionist establishment would take the “high road” and officially disavow terrorism. Meanwhile, Zionist terrorists would commit any crime needed to disrupt British occupation and to panic Arabs into flight. The Encyclopedia of the Palestine Problem, available in most university libraries, documents from British records more than five hundred violent or terrorist incidents against Palestinians and the British occupation between 1939 and 1948. These included bombings, booby traps and landmines, kidnappings and torture of prisoners, bank robberies, murders of Arabs, and assassinations of police and British officials. 2
Chief terrorists were David Ben-Gurion, Menachem Begin, Yitzhak Shamir and later, Ariel Sharon. Begin headed Irgun, and Shamir led the Stern Gang. They cooperated intimately with the highest political body of the Zionist establishment, the Jewish Agency, and the popular Zionist resistance army, Hagana. Ben-Gurion headed Hagana and later the Jewish Agency. 3
After 1944–when Ben-Gurion formally rejected the British plan for partition of Palestine into Jewish/Arab states–most Israelis, particularly the young, favored expulsion of British and Arabs.
Here is the short list of Zionist atrocities from 1944 to the present:”
There’s a list of the crimes that went into the creation of the sewer that is Israel today ­ it includes four more pages at the link
Israel Founded by and Living on Terror: Rev. Ted Pike
In the case of the Palestinians there are a few blatant facts that still seem to keep on being ignored.
First of all the Palestinians were forced to hold an election, by the duplicitous Americans—in order to be able to say that the Palestinians had fulfilled that part of their rights as a captured people.
The Election was held and over 85% of Palestine voted for Hamas, to represent them in all things political. Needless to say both Israel and the two-faced US Inc Amerikans were furious.
So they took a page, which they made up on the spot, from their “owner’s manual” for the captured-Palestinians and they disallowed the election of Hamas because “Palestinians could not be represented by “a terrorist group” (See the first three pages of this article). Consequently the American’s appointed Abbas to “lead a unity government” for the imprisoned people, even thought the so-called Palestinian Authority had been totally disgraced under it’s former leader Yasser Arafat (whom Israel murdered while under house arrest).
Today the Palestinians are still not allowed to have a leader of their own choosing. Shouldn’t that at least be a violation of some kind of international law: But hey ­ since it’s Amerika that did this in broad daylight – so no one has officially complained.
Except that now under the terms of today’s conditions in both Gaza and The West Bank, this awkward and illegal “misrepresentation” just might come up again?
If Hamas is a “terrorist organization” then Israel is both the mother and the father of all the Terrorist Organizations on the planet!
One thing that will most likely not be brought up is the pedigree of the criminal-leadership, that’s currently running the Outlaw State of Ukraine at the moment. That was another Amerikan creation, by USI in tandem with Israel and NATO, in order to finish crushing what remains of the so-called ‘free-world’.
Israel’s Continuing Wars:
What the world is finally becoming aware of, at last, is that the hijackers have already run out-of-time. Amid the ruins in Amerika, there is no longer private anything: everything is owned by either some faceless corporation or the massively criminal feral government. There are no jobs. There is no money. And what little employment opportunity remains, is dwindling fast. American’s have no justice, no laws that protect them from the government or the fake cops and we have no freedom of expression, or even the right to think for ourselves. We no longer have a right to our own water, we cannot grow our own food and we definitely cannot complain about anything which the trolls want to do to us—no matter what that might be! So – What’s left to take from us? For all intents and purposes we’re already dead: We just haven’t been buried yet!
When you look at what we did to Libya, Syria and Iraq, we can see what the future holds for us. And when you watch the video here, you can see how easily this could be happening in America and to everyone that lives here now: This is NOT Gaza, this is Ukraine!
The first Video has English sub-titles. These murders were carried out in the 
Genocide committed by the Ukrainian Army shelling of Luhansk. The extreme graphics are that way because the neighbors of the people murdered wanted the world to see the evidence ­ something which Utube apparently doesn’t allow ­ because they don’t want to upset anyone who doesn’t already know what dead bodies look like ­ despite the millions of dead bodies that everyone with a boob tube has seen millions of times throughout their lives
Be sure to thank U-tube’s Israeli censors
For that very considerate decision.

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Gaza: “Lie Down And Die Quietly”

Hanan Ashrawi: ‘Deliberate Massacre’ in Gaza 
Must Watch – Video Interview – By ABC

PLO Executive Committee Member Hanan Ashrawi on the impact of the Israeli ground offensive and airstrikes on Gaza.

Israel “is deliberately targeting Palestinian civilians”
Posted July 24, 2014


Celebrating Human Slaughter
Israeli soldiers and members of the Breslauer Hassidic sect dance and bless artillery shells


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The Blood of Palestine is on the Hands of the Bribe-Takers


The blood of the thousands of Palestinians who have been killed by the so-called Israel Defence Forces since the beginning of the siege of Gaza, stains the hands of each and every politician who has done nothing to censure Israel for this cruel and illegal act of virtual imprisonment, or who has taken any kind of bribe to bolster his or her election-campaign coffers, in return for turning their backs on the quite obvious fact that Apartheid Israel has never had any intention other than to genocide the Palestinian people.


bribe –bribery definition: Black’s Law Dictionary
Gideon Levy article:……

Although Levy often comes out strongly against Israel’s actions, so much so that he now has to have a bodyguard, he is dead wrong to try to blame HAMAS for anything. Israel started everything, by having themselves plonked down in Arab territory.

Goldstone Report…

Ayelet Shaked: Called for the killing of Palestinian women in a Facebook post, quoting these words: which were written by one of Benyamin Netanyahu’s speechwriters, the late Uri Elitzur.

She has since denied that her post was racist or offensive, by pointing out that she was quoting from an article by the late Uri Elitzur, which was written 12 years ago.

But her denial simply doesn’t hold water, because in her Facebook introduction to it she wrote: “It is as relevant today as it was at the time.”

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Holocaust in Gaza: Shujayea Nazi Massacre at Dawn

A powerful film with exclusive footage from the day of the Nazi assault on the densely populated Shujayea district.

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The International Community Must End Israel’s Collective Punishment of the Civilian Population in the Gaza Strip


As international and criminal law scholars, human rights defenders, legal experts and individuals who firmly believe in the rule of law and in the necessity for its respect in times of peace and more so in times of war, we feel the intellectual and moral duty to denounce the grave violations, mystification and disrespect of the most basic principles of the laws of armed conflict and of the fundamental human rights of the entire Palestinian population committed during the ongoing Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip. We also condemn the launch of rockets from the Gaza Strip, as every indiscriminate attack against civilians, regardless of the identity of the perpetrators, is not only illegal under international law but also morally intolerable. However, as also implicitly noted by the UN Human Rights Council in its Resolution of the 23th July 2014, the two parties to the conflict cannot be considered equal, and their actions – once again – appear to be of incomparable magnitude.

Once again it is the unarmed civilian population, the ‘protected persons’ under International humanitarian law (IHL), who is in the eye of the storm. Gaza civilian population has been victimized

in the name of a falsely construed right to self-defence, in the midst of an escalation of violence provoked in the face of the entire international community. The so-called Operation Protective Edge erupted during an ongoing armed conflict, in the context of a prolonged belligerent occupation that commenced in 1967. In the course of such ongoing conflict thousands of Palestinians have been killed and injured in the Gaza Strip during recurrent and ostensible ‘ceasefire’ periods since 2005, after Israel’s unilateral ‘disengagement’ from the Gaza Strip. The deaths caused by Israel’s provocative actions in the Gaza Strip prior to the latest escalation of hostilities must not be ignored as well.

According to UN sources, over the last two weeks, nearly 800 Palestinians in Gaza have been killed and more than 4,000 injured, of whom the vast majority were civilians. Several independent sources indicate that only 15 per cent of the casualties were combatants. Entire families have been murdered. Hospitals, clinics, as well as a rehabilitation centre for disabled persons have been targeted and severely damaged. During one single day, on Sunday 20th July, more than 100 Palestinian civilians were killed in Shuga’iya, a residential neighbourhood of Gaza City. This was one of the bloodiest and most aggressive operations ever conducted by Israel in the Gaza Strip, a form of urban violence constituting a total disrespect of civilian innocence. Sadly, this was followed only a couple of days later by an equally destructive attack on Khuza’a, East of Khan Younis.

Additionally, the offensive has already caused widespread destruction of buildings and infrastructure: according to the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, over 3,300 houses have been targeted resulting in their destruction or severe damage.

As denounced by the UN Fact-Finding Mission (FFM) on the Gaza conflict in the aftermath of Israel’s ‘Operation Cast Lead’ in 2008-2009: “While the Israeli Government has sought to portray its operations as essentially a response to rocket attacks in the exercise of its right to self defence, the Mission considers the plan to have been directed, at least in part, at a different target: The people of Gaza as a whole” (A/HRC/12/48, par. 1680). The same can be said for the current Israeli offensive.

The civilian population in the Gaza Strip is under direct attack and many are forced to leave their homes. What was already a refugee and humanitarian crisis has worsened with a new wave of mass displacement of civilians: the number of IDPs has reached nearly 150,000, many of whom have obtained shelter in overcrowded UNRWA schools, which unfortunately are no save areas as demonstrated by the repeated attacks on the UNRWA school in Beit Hanoun. Everyone in Gaza is traumatized and living in a state of constant terror. This result is intentional, as Israel is again relying on the ‘Dahiya doctrine, which deliberately has recourse to disproportionate force to inflict suffering on the civilian population in order to achieve political (to exert pressure on the Hamas Government) rather than military goals.

In so doing, Israel is repeatedly and flagrantly violating the law of armed conflict, which establishes that combatants and military objectives may be targeted, i.e. ‘those objects which by their nature, location, purpose or use make an effective contribution to military action and whose total or partial destruction, capture or neutralization, in the circumstances ruling at the time, offers a definite military advantage.’ Most of the recent heavy bombings in Gaza lack an acceptable military justification and, instead, appear to be designed to terrorize the civilian population. As the ICRC clarifies, deliberately causing terror is unequivocally illegal under customary international law.

In its Advisory Opinion in the Nuclear Weapons case, the ICJ stated that the principle of distinction, which requires belligerent States to distinguish between civilian and combatants, is one of the “cardinal principles” of international humanitarian law and one of the “intransgressible principles of international customary law”.

The principle of distinction is codified in Articles 48, 51(2) and 52(2) of the Additional Protocol I of 1977 to the 1949 Geneva Conventions, to which no reservations have been made. According to the Additional Protocol I, “attacks” refer to “acts of violence against the adversary, whether in offence or in defence” (Article 49). Under both customary international law and treaty law, the prohibition on directing attacks against the civilian population or civilian objects is absolute. There is no discretion available to invoke military necessity as a justification.

Contrary to Israel’s claims, mistakes resulting in civilian casualties cannot be justified: in case of doubt as to the nature of the target, the law clearly establishes that an object which is normally dedicated to civilian purposes (such as schools, houses, places of worship and medical facilities), are presumed as not being used for military purposes. During these past weeks, UN officials and representatives have repeatedly called on Israel to strictly abide by the principle of precaution in carrying out attacks in the Gaza Strip, where risks are greatly aggravated by the very high population density, and maximum restraint must be exercised to avoid civilian casualties. HRW has noted that these rules exist to minimize mistakes “when such mistakes are repeated, it raises the concern of whether the rules are being disregarded.


Moreover, even when targeting clear military objectives, Israel consistently violates the principle of proportionality: this is particularly evident with regard to the hundreds of civilian houses destroyed by the Israeli army during the current military operation in Gaza. With the declared intention to target a single member of Hamas, Israeli forces have bombed and destroyed houses although occupied as residencies by dozens of civilians, including women, children, and entire families.

It is inherently illegal under customary international law to intentionally target civilian objects, and the violation of such a fundamental tenet of law can amount to a war crime. Issuing a ‘warning’ – such as Israel’s so-called roof knocking technique, or sending an SMS five minutes before the attack – does not mitigate this: it remains illegal to wilfully attack a civilian home without a demonstration of military necessity as it amounts to a violation of the principle of proportionality. Moreover, not only are these ‘warnings’ generally ineffective, and can even result in further fatalities, they appear to be a pre-fabricated excuse by Israel to portray people who remain in their homes as ‘human shields’.

The indiscriminate and disproportionate attacks, the targeting of objectives providing no effective military advantage, and the intentional targeting of civilians and civilian houses have been persistent features of Israel’s long-standing policy of punishing the entire population of the Gaza Strip, which, for over seven years, has been virtually imprisoned by Israeli imposed closure. Such a regime amounts to a form of collective punishment, which violates the unconditional prohibition set forth in Article 33 of the Fourth Geneva Convention and has been internationally condemned for its illegality. However, far from being effectively opposed international actors, Israel’s illegal policy of absolute closure imposed on the Gaza Strip has relentlessly continued, under the complicit gaze of the international community of States.


The fundamental human rights of the entire Palestinian population have been systematically violated and suppressed with impunity for decades in the context of the prolonged Israeli occupation of Palestine. Far from being punished, and notwithstanding the broad condemnation of its unlawful and seemingly criminal actions, Israel has not been prevented from continuously suppressing the fundamental human rights of the entire Palestinian population.

As affirmed in 2009 by the FFM on the Gaza Conflict: “Justice and respect for the rule of law are the indispensable basis for peace. The prolonged situation has created a justice crisis in the Occupied Palestinian Territory that warrants action” (A/HRC/12/48, para. 1958) Indeed: “long-standing impunity has been a key factor in the perpetuation of violence in the region and in the reoccurrence of violations, as well as in the erosion of confidence among Palestinians and many Israelis concerning prospects for justice and a peaceful solution to the conflict”. (A/HRC/12/48, para. 1964)


  • ·         We welcome the Resolution adopted on the July 23th 2014 by the UN Human Rights Council, in which an independent, international commission of inquiry was established to investigate all violations of international humanitarian law and international human rights law in the Occupied Palestinian Territory.
  • ·         We call upon the United Nations, the Arab League, the European Union, individual States, in particular the United States of America, and the international community in its entirety and with its collective power to take action in the spirit of the utmost urgency to put an end to the escalation of violence against the civilian population of the Gaza Strip, and to activate procedures to hold accountable all those responsible for violations of international law, including political leaders and military commanders. In particular:

–          All regional and international actors should support the immediate conclusion of a durable, comprehensive, and mutually agreed ceasefire agreement, which must secure the rapid facilitation and access of humanitarian aid and the opening of borders to and from Gaza;

–          All High Contracting Parties to the Geneva Conventions must be urgently and unconditionally called upon to comply with their fundamental obligations, binding at all times, and to act under common Article 1, to take all measures necessary for the suppression of grave breaches, as clearly imposed by Article 146 and Article 147 of the Fourth Geneva Convention;

–          Moreover, we denounce the shameful political pressures exerted by several UN Member States and the UN on President Mahmoud Abbas, to discourage recourse to the International Criminal Court (ICC), and we urge the Governmental leaders of Palestine to invoke the jurisdiction of the ICC, by ratifying the ICC treaty and in theinterim by resubmitting the declaration under Article 12(3) of the Rome Statute, in order to investigate and prosecute the serious international crimes committed on the Palestinian territory by all parties to the conflict; and

–          The UN Security Council must finally exercise its responsibilities in relation to peace and justice by referring the situation in Palestine to the Prosecutor of the ICC.

Please note that institutional affiliations are for identification purposes only.

1.    John Dugard, Former UN Special Rapporteur on human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

2.    Richard Falk, Former UN Special Rapporteur on human rights situation in the Occupied Palestinian Territory

3.    Georges Abi-Saab, Emeritus Professor of Interntional Law, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Former Judge on the ICTY

4.    Roy Abbott, Consultant in International Humanitarian Law and International Human Rights Law, Australia

5.    Lama Abu-Odeh, Law Professor, Georgetown University Law Center, USA

6.    Maria Anagnostaki, PhD candidate, Law School University of Athens, Greece

7.    Taris Ahmad, LLM, Solicitor at Jones Day, London, UK

8.    Susan M. Akram, Clinical Professor and supervising attorney, International Human rights Program, Boston University School of Law, USA

9.    Valentina Azarov, Lecturer in Human Rights and International Law, Al Quds Bard College, Palestine

10.  Ammar Bajboj, Lecturer in Law, University of Damascus, Syria

11.  Asli Ü Bali, Professor of Law, UCLA School of Law, USA

12.  Samia Bano (PhD), SOAS School of Law, London, UK

13.  Jakub Michał Baranowski, Phd Candidate, Universita’ degli Studi Roma Tre, Italy

14.  Frank Barat, Russell Tribunal on Palestine

15.  Emma Bell, Coordinator of the European Group for the Study of Deviance and Social Control, Université de Savoie, France

16.  Barbara Giovanna Bello, Post-doc Fellow, University of Milan, Italy

17.  Brenna Bhandar, Senior lecturer in Law, SOAS School of Law, London, UK

18.  George Bisharat, Professor of Law, UC Hastings College of Law, USA

19.  Barbara Blok, LLM Candidate, University of Essex, UK

20.  Michelle Burgis-Kasthala, lecturer in international law, University of Edinburgh, UK

21.  Eddie Bruce-Jones, Lecturer in Law, University of London, Birkbeck College, UK

22.  Sandy Camlann, LLM Candidate, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, France

23.  Grazia Careccia, LLM, Human Rights Advocate, London, UK

24.  Antonio Cavaliere, Professor of Criminal Law, University Federico II, Naples, Italy

25.  Baris Cayli, Impact Fellow, University of Stirling

26.  Elizabeth Chadwick, Nottingham, UK

27.  Donna R. Cline, Attorney at Law, USA

28.  Karen Corteen, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, University of Chester, UK

29.  Teresa Dagenhardt, Reader in Criminology, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

30.  Luigi Daniele, PhD candidate, Italy

31.  Paul de Waart, Professor Emeritus of International Law, VU University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

32.  Max du Plessis, Professor of Law, University of Kwazulu-Natal, and Barrister, South Africa and London, UK

33.  Noura Erakat, Georgetown University, USA

34.  Mohammad Fadel, Associate Professor of Law, University of Toronto Faculty of Law, Canada

35.  Mireille Fanon-Mendés France, Independent Expert UNO, Frantz Fanon Foundation, France

36.  Michelle Farrell, lecturer in law, School of Law and Social Justice, University of Liverpool, UK

37.  Daniel Feierstein, President IAGS

38.  Eleonor Fernández Muñoz, Costa Rica

39.  J Tenny Fernando, Attorney at Law, Sri Lanka

40.  Amelia Festa, LLM Candidate, University of Naples Federico II, Italy

41.  Katherine Franke, Professor of Law, Columbia Law School, USA

42.  Jacques Gaillot, Bishop in partibus of Patenia

43.  Katherine Gallagher, Vice President FIDH, senior attorney, Centre for Constitutional Rights (CCR), New York, USA

44.  Avo Sevag Garabet, LLM, University of Groningen, the Netherlands

45.  Irene Gasparini, PhD candidate, Universitá Cattolica, Milan, Italy

46.  Stratos Georgoulas, Assistant Professor, University of the Aegean, Greece

47.  Haluk Gerger, Professor, Turkey

48.  Hedda Giersten, Professor, Universitet I Oslo, Norway

49.  Javier Giraldo, Director Banco de Datos CINEP, Colombia

50.  Carmen G. Gonzales, Professor of Law, Seattle University School of Law, USA

51.  Vera Gowlland-Debbas, Emeritus Professor of International Law, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva, Switzerland

52.  Miren Odriozola Gurrutxaga, PhD Candidate, University of the Basque Country, Donostia – San Sebastián, Spain

53.  Kety Hayward, Senior Lecturer in Sociology, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

54.  Christiane Hessel, Paris, France

55.  Paddy Hillyard, Professor Emeritus, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

56.  Ata Hindi, Institute of Law, Birzeit University, Palestine

57.  Andrew Henley, PhD candidate, Keele University, UK

58.  Francois Houtart, Professor, National Institute of Higher Studies, Quito, Ecuador

59.  Deena R. Hurwitz, Professor, General Faculty, Director International Human Rights Law Clinic, University of Virginia School of Law, USA

60.  Perfecto Andrés Ibánes, Magistrado Tribunal Supremo de Espagna, Spain

61.  Franco Ippolito, President of the Permanent People’s Tribunal, Italy

62.  Ruth Jamieson, Honorary Lecturer, School of Law, Queen’s University, Belfast, Northern Ireland

63.  Helen Jarvis, Cambodia

64.  Victor Kattan, post-doctoral fellow, National University of Singapore

65.  Michael Kearney, PhD, Lecturer in Law, University of Sussex, UK

66.  Yousuf Syed Khan, USA

67.  Tarik Kochi, Senior Lecturer in Law, School of Law, Politics and Sociology, University of Sussex, UK

68.  Karim Lahidji, President of the International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH) and lawyer

69.  Maria C. LaHood, Senior Staff Attorney, CCR, New York, USA

70.  Giulia Lanza, PhD Candidate, Università degli Studi di Verona, Italy

71.  Tayyab Mahmud, Professor of Law, Director of the Centre for Global Justice, Seattle University School of Law, USA

72.  Louise Mallinder, Reader in Human Rights and International Law, University of Ulster, UK

73.  Triestino Mariniello, Lecturer in International Criminal Law, Edge HillUniversity, UK

74.  Mazen Masri, Lecturer in Law, The City Law School, City University, London, UK

75.  Siobhan McAlister, School of Sociology, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

76.  Liam McCann, Principal Lecturer in Criminology, University of Lincoln, Enlgand

77.  Jude McCulloch, Professor of Criminology, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia

78.  Yvonne McDermott Rees, Lecturer in Law, University of Bangor, UK

79.  Cahal McLaughlin, Professor, School of Creative Arts, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

80.  Araks Melkonyan, LLM Candidate, University of Essex, UK

81.  Chantal Meloni, Adjunct Professor of International Criminal Law, University of Milan, Italy

82.  Antonio Menna, PhD Candidate, Second University of Naples, Caserta, Italy

83.  Naomi Mezey, Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Center, USA

84.  Michele Miravalle, PhD candidate, University of Torino, Italy

85.  Sergio Moccia, Professor of Criminal Law, University Federico II, Naples, Italy

86.  Kerry Moore, Cardiff University

87.  Usha Natarajan, Assistant Professor, Department of Law & Centre for Migration and Refugee Studies, The American University in Cairo, Egypt

88.  Georgios Papanicolaou, Reader in Criminology, Teesside University, UK

89.  Marco Pertile, PhD, Senior Lecturer in International Law
Faculty of Law, University of Trento, Italy

90.  Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos, Professor of Law and Theory, LLM, The Westminster Law and Theory Centre, UK

91.  Antoni Pigrau Solé, Universitat Rovira i Virgili de Tarragona

92.  Joseph Powderly, Assistant Professor of Public International Law, Leiden University, The Netherlands

93.  Tony Platt, Visiting Professor of Justice Studies, San Jose State University, USA

94.  Chris Powell, Professor of Criminology, University S.Maine, USA

95.  Bill Quigley, Professor, Loyola University, New Orleans College of Law, USA

96.  John Quigley, Professor of Law, Ohio State University

97.  Zouhair Racheha, PhD Candidate, University Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France

98.  Laura Raymond, International Human Rights Advocacy Program Manager, CCR, New York, USA

99.  Véronique Rocheleau-Brosseau, LLM candidate, Laval University, Canada

100.       Alessandro Rosanò, PhD Candidate, Università degli Studi di Padova, Italy

101.       Jamil Salem, Director Institute of Law, Birzeit University, Palestine

102.       Mahmood Salimi, LLM Candidate, Moofid University, Iran

103.       Nahed Samour, doctoral fellow, Humboldt University, Faculty of Law, Berlin, Germany

104.       Iain GM Scobbie, Professor of Public International Law, University of Manchester, UK

105.       David Scott, Senior Lecturer in Criminology, Liverpool John Moores University, UK

106.       Phil Scraton, Professor of Criminology, Belfast, Ireland

107.       Rachel Seoighe, PhD Candidate, Legal Consultant, King’s College London, UK

108.       Tanya Serisier, School of Sociology, Queen’s University Belfast, Northern Ireland

109.       Mohammad Shahabuddin, PdD, Visiting researcher, Graduate School of International Social Sciences, Yokohama National University, Japan

110.       Dean Spade, Seattle University School of Law, USA

111.       Per Stadig, lawyer, Sweden

112.       Chantal Thomas, Professor of Law, Cornell University, USA

113.       Kendall Thomas, Nash Professor of Law, Columbia University, USA

114.       Gianni Tognoni, Lelio Basso Foundation, Rome, Italy

115.       Steve Tombs, Professor of Criminology, The Open University, UK

116.       Paul Troop, Barrister, Garden Court Chambers, UK

117.       Francesca Vianello, University of Padova

118.       Aimilia Voulvouli, Assistant Professor of Sociology, Fatih University, Turkey

119.       Namita Wahi, Fellow, Centre for Policy research, Dharma Marg, Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, India

120.       David Whyte, Reader in Sociology, University of Liverpool, England

121.       Sharon Weill, PhD, Science Po, Paris/ CERAH, Geneva, Switzerland

122.       Peter Weiss, Vice President of Centre for Constitutional Rights (CCR), New York, USA

123.       Jeanne M. Woods, Henry F. B

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Watch: Nazi’s celebrate the slaughter of Palestinian children, call for murder of Arab legislators


The video above speaks for itself.

It shows Jewish Nazi fascists demonstrating in Rabin Square, Tel Aviv, on 26 July, chanting “There’s no school tomorrow, there are no children left in Gaza! Hurrah!”

Nazi fascists also called for the murder of two Israeli Arab legislators, Ahmad Tibi and Haneen Zoabi.

Tibi is leader of the Arab Movement for Change (Ta’al), an Arab party in I$raHell, and is Deputy Speaker of the I$raHell parliament, the Knesset.

Zoabi is the first Arab woman to be elected to the Zionist Knesset and has earned the wrath of Nazi Jewish fascists by speaking against Nazi crimes, racism and apartheid.

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Our commitment to accountability similarly applies to Palestinian citizens inside Israel. This month, a wave of demonstrations look place in Palestinian towns and villages in Israel, and in mixed cities, in protest of Israel’s military attacks in the occupied West Bank, the murder of 15-year old Muhammad Abu Khdeir, the racist incitement of Israeli officials, and Israel’s military aggression in Gaza.

Photo: ~ SP


Israeli police and security forces dispersed the protests through the massive arrests of more than 500 demonstrators, as well as physical attacks on protesters, and by using dogs and ‘skunk’ water cannons. One-third of those arrested were children, with the police violating all of the special rulesthat apply to their arrest and detention as minors.Adalah’s lawyers represented scores of demonstrators, and will request investigations into violations of the law by the police, including police brutality against the protestors, to demand that those responsible for violations be held to account. These actions are crucial to protect Palestinian citizens’ right to freedom of expression and their right to protest.



After more than three weeks of Israel’s military offensive against the Gaza Strip, Palestinian civilians, including women and children, continue to pay the deadliest price. Israel’s indiscriminate bombings have killed over 1,000 Palestinians, at least 75% of whom are civilians; injured over 6,200; destroyed hundreds of family homes, a facility for disabled people, the water network, andhospitals and medical centers; and displaced over 215,000 Palestinians.


Since the beginning of the atrocities, Adalah and partner NGOs have sent complaints to the Israeli authorities demanding independent investigations into international law violations that constituted suspected war crimes against Gaza. But as many observers know, Israel rarely, if ever, conducts proper investigations into these issues or prosecutes those responsible for these offenses.So why do Adalah and other NGOs continue to demand them? Why did the UN Human Rights Council last week order the establishment of an international commission of inquiry into these events? This work for accountability matters because:

  • A lack of accountability fosters a culture of impunity and lawlessness; a culture of justice must be promoted to counter this;
  • Accountability for violations serves as a deterrence against future violations; it pressures perpetrators to abide by international law;
  • Victims are entitled to remedies for violations of their rights; tackling the justice crisis in the OPT fights for these rights.
These values, including respect for the right to life and dignity, are what drive our work and lead us to continue to demand accountability.

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Gaza Nazi Bloodbath


Palestinian child pleads for help

Lasha Darkmoon says: Seldom have I seen a more sickening atrocity picture. Send it to all your friends with a simple message attached:


According to the Jew-controlled American mass media, it is the child-killing Israelis who deserve our deepest love and sympathy in the ongoing Gaza bloodbath.

As for the hundreds of dead Palestinian children, their heads blown off and lying in mangled heaps of blood-sodden bone on their mothers’ equally shattered bodies, we must rejoice in the death of these evil “terrorists”.

No, I do not exaggerate. If you think I am lying, listen to this sickening 11-minute video on Fox News.

This short video will show you that America has lost its moral compass: that America as a nation can sink no lower and deserves our utmost contempt: and that the American government, beyond redemption and evil to the bone, is now no more than a criminal syndicate of psychopaths.

If you want to see a psychotic bully, Sean Hannity, shout down a Palestinian guest on his TV program and display to the world his sick, twisted little soul, watch below.

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Is killing civilians part of I$raHell plan?


Jonathan Cook writes:

Another day, another UN school hit by Israeli shelling in Gaza. Israel’s attack on the morning of 30 July killed at least 16 civilians sheltering at the school and wounded dozens. The casualties figures are expected to rise.

Israel and even most of its critics tell us that the civilian casualties are accidental, caused by Israel’s need to wage its war against Hamas in heavily built-up areas of Gaza. Israel is accused of “disproportionality”, or of recklessness, or of inflicting unfortunate collateral damage.

But here’s another possibility: that the people of Gaza, not just Hamas, are the target. That Israel’s generals don’t see much difference between the two.

Israel’s army is “degrading” – or “mowing the lawn”, in even worse military parlance – Gaza’s ability’s to resist. Not Hamas’ abilities, but Gaza’s. Because the problem lies not with Hamas. Hamas is simply a symptom, of the people of Gaza’s determination to liberate themselves from Israel’s siege.

A Palestinian man comforts his son after they lost a relative in the attack on the UN school in the Gaza Strip.

A Palestinian man comforts his son after they lost a relative in the attack on the UN school in the Gaza Strip.

That is why the power plant was destroyed yesterday. That is why Israel has been starving Gaza for years through its siege, limiting the entry of basic foods and counting the minimum calories people need for bare survival – putting them on a diet, as one senior adviser jokingly termed it. That is why Gaza’s infrastructure is being trashed – the notorious Dahiya doctrine, devised by Israeli generals in 2006 as a way to force hostile populations back into the Stone Age, keeping them preoccupied with the essentials of life rather than demanding, or fighting, for their rights.

Israel knows it cannot destroy Hamas’s will to resist without destroying Gaza’s will to resist too. And that is what it looks like we are seeing played out here day-in, day-out. Civilians, it seems, must die to teach Gaza a lesson: you will submit.

[Editor’s note: Since Jonathan Cook wrote this blog post Israel has carried out another atrocity against the civilian population of Gaza. According to Al-Jazeera and other media:

At least 17 Palestinians have been killed and 200 wounded in the bombardment of a market area near Gaza City during a “humanitarian pause” unilaterally announced by Israel.

The attack came on the outskirts of Shujayea shortly after the Israeli army said it was observing a four-hour Wednesday [30 July] ceasefire from midday GMT…

Al-Jazeera understand that at least three air strikes or artillery rounds hit the area, which is a collection of warehouses, market area and stalls…]

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