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When Genocide is Permissible



Ed note–The Times yanked this piece off its website, but not (I believe) for the reasonsstated, that it ‘crossed the line’ as far as ‘journalistic’  standards went, but rather because it is too clear, too unambiguous as to what the TRUE nature of Judaism is. Like the reaction on the part off the pro-abort crowd when they come face to face with signs and placards  showing  dead unborn  children with their guts hanging out, likewise this piece makes clear to all reading it that the  Jewish  mindset is one that is completely comfortable with Gentile-cide, and this, not the  concern for ‘journalistic standards’, is the reason for it being taken down.

by Yochanan Gordon

Times of Israel, August 1, 2014

Judging by the numbers of casualties on both sides in this almost one-month old war one would be led to the conclusion that Israel has resorted to disproportionate means in fighting a far less- capable enemy. That is as far as what meets the eye. But, it’s now obvious that the US and the UN are completely out of touch with the nature of this foe and are therefore not qualified to dictate or enforce the rules of this war – because when it comes to terror there is much more than meets the eye.

I wasn’t aware of this, but it seems that the nature of warfare has undergone a major shift over the years. Where wars were usually waged to defeat the opposing side, today it seems – and judging by the number of foul calls it would indicate – that today’s wars are fought to a draw. I mean, whoever heard of a timeout in war? An NBA Basketball game allows six timeouts for each team during the course of a game, but last I checked this is a war! We are at war with an enemy whose charter calls for the annihilation of our people. Nothing, then, can be considered disproportionate when we are fighting for our very right to live.

The sad reality is that Israel gets it, but its hands are being tied by world leaders who over the past six years have insisted they are such good friends with the Jewish state, that they know more regarding its interests than even they do. But there’s going to have to come a time where Israel feels threatened enough where it has no other choice but to defy international warnings – because this is life or death.

Most of the reports coming from Gazan officials and leaders since the start of this operation have been either largely exaggerated or patently false. The truth is, it’s not their fault, falsehood and deceit is part of the very fabric of who they are and that will never change. Still however, despite their propensity to lie, when your enemy tells you that they are bent on your destruction you believe them. Similarly, when Khaled Meshal declares that no physical damage to Gaza will dampen their morale or weaken their resolve – they have to be believed. Our sage Gedalia the son of Achikam was given intelligence that Yishmael Ben Nesanyah was plotting to kill him. However, in his piety or rather naiveté Gedalia dismissed the report as a random act of gossip and paid no attention to it. To this day, the day following Rosh Hashana is commemorated as a fast day in the memory of Gedalia who was killed in cold blood on the second day of Rosh Hashana during the meal. They say the definition of insanity is repeating the same mistakes over and over. History is there to teach us lessons and the lesson here is that when your enemy swears to destroy you – you take him seriously.
Hamas has stated forthrightly that it idealizes death as much as Israel celebrates life.  What other way then is there to deal with an enemy of this nature other than obliterate them completely?

News anchors such as those from CNN, BBC and Al-Jazeera have not missed an opportunity to point out the majority of innocent civilians who have lost their lives as a result of this war. But anyone who lives with rocket launchers installed or terror tunnels burrowed in or around the vicinity of their home cannot be considered an innocent civilian. If you’ll counter, that Hamas has been seen abusing civilians who have attempted to leave their homes in response to Israeli warnings to leave – well then, your beginning to come to terms with the nature of this enemy which should automatically cause the rules of standard warfare to be suspended.

Everyone agrees that Israel has the right to defend itself as well as the right to exercise that right. Secretary General Ban Ki Moon has declared it, Obama and Kerry have clearly stated that no one could be expected to sit idle as thousands of rockets rain down on the heads of its citizens, placing them in clear and present danger. It seems then that the only point of contention is regarding the measure of punishment meted out in this situation.

I will conclude with a question for all the humanitarians out there. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu clearly stated at the outset of this incursion that his objective is to restore a sustainable quiet for the citizens of Israel. We have already established that it is the responsibility of every government to ensure the safety and security of its people. If political leaders and military experts determine that the only way to achieve its goal of sustaining quiet is through genocide is it then permissible to achieve those responsible goals?

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‘How Gaza perverts the Nazi army’s rules of engagement’



As Hamas and other terror groups blur the line between civilian and fighter, Nazi forces have to make tougher decisions than ever

Ed note–the only ‘perversion’ talking place here is that–due entirely to the fact that the eyes of the world are all on this bloodbath taking place–the number of those killed has only been a few thousand rather than a few hundred thousand. Make no mistake about it–If they had their way, both the IDF and their Jewish supporters around the world would see to it that EVERY SINGLE HUMAN BEING in Gaza was butchered in exactly the manner that their demonic, genocidal religion dictates.

Despite the fact that the following article is nothing but delusion from start to finish, nevertheless it provides a good model in understanding how the Jewish mind works in creating a reality that suits its purposes.

Times of Israel

A soldier’s most basic orders — the ones that govern his behavior, distinguishing him from a marauder — are the rules of engagement. In Hebrew the language of the law is less laundered: Directives on Opening Fire. When may a soldier use his weapon and in what way?

The orders are meant to be simple and clear. They cannot read like a UN resolution. They are repeated to soldiers before each operational action, sunk into the soldiers’ minds like an anchor.

In the West Bank, for example, the rules often sound something like this: If you see someone with a weapon and feel in immediate danger, shoot to kill. If you feel danger but have time, instruct the person to stop, then fire once in the air, then fire to wound, then fire to kill.

These rules change all of the time. They change if there are friendly forces operating nearby. They change in the day and in the night. They change if you’re operating in an environment largely cleared of civilians versus one in which many civilians remain.

But they are, in the air and, even more acutely, on the ground, nearly sapped of relevance, if not utterly perverted, by the reality of the ongoing Gaza war.

The army spokesperson’s unit said that the rules of engagement “are classified” and that, in any case, “they change all of the time.”

A senior Israel Air Force officer articulated the challenge from above. Pilots take to the sky with the instruction “to avoid to the greatest extent possible harming civilians,” said Brig. Gen. Yaron Rosen, the IAF Air Support and Helicopter Air Division Commander.

And yet, during the course of the current operation, he said, he saw, for example, “a fan” of 15 rockets scream skyward from Beit Hanoun, in northern Gaza. Immediately, he could see, from his command position, where they were headed: Ashdod, Kiryat Gat, Tel Aviv. As he zoomed in on the point of fire he saw that the rockets were launched from an underground launcher “on the fence” of a boys and girls school.

Returning fire, destroying the rocket launchers, he said, would probably damage the school. Perhaps there were children inside. “What do I do? What do I do now?” he asked.

The air force, he said, had held its fire and spared the lives “of hundreds of Hamas operatives” and assets in order to avoid hurting innocent people.

“When are civilians killed?” he asked. “When there’s no time. When there is fire directed at the citizens of Israel.”

“A state,” he added, “has to tend to its own citizens.”

Rosen seemed genuinely awestruck by the extent of the military infrastructure embedded in civilian and humanitarian complexes in Gaza. He used the words “unfathomable” and “insane” on several occasions. He described Al Wafa Hospital, which Israel bombed after it had been finally emptied, as the central command post from which Hamas directed the bloody battle in Shejaiya. “It was a hospital held hostage by Hamas,” he said.

The realities of Gaza, when looking at it from above, are clear, he said. The complexity, proximity, and density of population are all evident.

But the pilots operate amid largely impenetrable skies. Their lives are rarely at risk. On the ground, amid the density he described, and even with the close support of the air force, the risks for the infantry and armored corps are ever-present and, crucially, quite haunting.

A tunnel, within a civilian home, found by Golani soldiers in the northern Gaza Strip (photo credit: IDF Spokesperson's Unit/ Flash 90)

A tunnel, within a civilian home, found by Golani soldiers in the northern Gaza Strip (photo credit: IDF Spokesperson’s Unit/ Flash 90)

A soldier from the Golani Brigade, who fought in the battle for Shejaiya, said it is already being talked about like the heroic fight for Mount Hermon in 1973. He said he had fought an enemy, taken fire from all over, even lost close friends and his direct commander, yet “we didn’t see one person.”

After a week in Gaza, he said, he still had not seen the face of the enemy.

Instead the battle swirls around them. Militants emerge from tunnels and open fire from the rear; donkeys trot toward the troops carrying a wagon full of explosives; suicide bombers make desperate sprints out of alleys; and an old man, apparently asking for water, tries to toss five grenades at a squad of troops, the commander of the Gaza Division, Brig. Gen. Michael Edelstein, said Wednesday.

Brig. Gen. Michael Edelstein, Gaza Division commander, inside a terror tunnel that leads from the Gaza Strip to Israel, in November 2013 (photo credit: Times of Israel/Mitch Ginsburg/File)

Brig. Gen. Michael Edelstein, Gaza Division commander, inside a terror tunnel that leads from the Gaza Strip to Israel, in November 2013 (photo credit: Times of Israel/Mitch Ginsburg/File)

He described a street patrolled by soldiers earlier this week, in a small town called Khirbet Khaza’iya, in which 19 of the 28 houses on the central street were booby-trapped. Many have tripwires in the gardens and on the doors, many with double activation devices, meaning they can be detonated from afar with, say, a cellphone. Thousands of homes, he said, have been detonated by militants across the Gaza Strip.

Paul Martin, a reporter for the Globe and Mail, described seeing Hamas gunmen retreating from Shejaiya in women’s clothing, with one of them swaddling his rifle in a blanket like a baby.

“It’s terrifying,” said a combat soldier, who fought in Operation Cast Lead. “The [brigade] intelligence officers scare the crap out of you.”

In that reality, torqued further by the constant fear of abduction, the army, it would seem, has a hard time expressing cogent rules of engagement. “We were told, fire at whatever looks suspicious,” said the soldier who fought in Cast Lead. “I doubt the regulations have changed significantly since then.”

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In Jerusalem, nationalistic violence (judaic religious nutjobbery) claims more Arab victims


‘Even when the war in Gaza ends, our internal war will continue,’ says Jerusalem Palestinian. Meanwhile, dozens of Palestinians have been arrested for rioting, stone throwing, even shooting

Times of Israel

It’s not that Samer Mahfouz was unaware of the nationalistic tension plaguing Jerusalem since the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teenagers on June 12.

But when the 20-year-old water heater technician joined his friend Amir Shweiki at the northern neighborhood of Neve Yaakov on July 25 to search for Shweiki’s lost employee card, the last thing he expected was to be brutally assaulted just for being an Arab.

Seated on a wheelchair outside the neurosurgery department at Jerusalem’s Hadassah Hospital, a dark scab still visible on his forehead, Mahfouz told The Times of Israel what had transpired that Friday night.

They had despaired of finding the lost card, and were sitting on a bench not far from their neighborhood of Beit Hanina, sipping water after the long Ramadan fast.

“Around nine thirty a tall man with long hair approached us and asked Amir in Hebrew if he had a lighter and a cigarette. Amir said he didn’t. The man left, and came back about ten minutes later with eight or nine guys, Jews.”

“They didn’t speak to us at all, all we heard them say was Aravim, Aravim (Arabs, Arabs). They didn’t even give us a chance to speak, they just started beating us all at once.”

Mahfouz said he and Shweiki were attacked with baseball bats, metal bars and pepper spray.

“Amir fell down, and they continued hitting him while he was on the ground,” he continued. “I also fell, and they hit us for a long time. We couldn’t do anything. I think Amir must have imagined he is about to die, and so did I.”

Workers clean off the Graffiti at the Jewish-Arab bilingual school in Jerusalem stating 'death to Arabs' and 'Kahana was right,' Feb 7, 2012 (photo credit: Flash90)

Workers clean off graffiti at the Jewish-Arab bilingual school in Jerusalem reading ‘death to Arabs’ and ‘Kahana was right,’ February 7, 2012 (photo credit: Flash90)

Mahfouz began to scream, alerting an Arab neighbor who came outside in his shorts and slippers to see what was happening. “Windows started opening and neighbors were coming down,” he said. The assailants, realizing they were noticed, fled.

The police soon arrived and began investigating Shweiki and Mahfouz, who were lying bloody on the ground. Here narratives diverge; Mahfouz says he had asked for an ambulance which the policemen refused to call. Jerusalem police claim that an ambulance was summoned, but the youths’ families refused to wait and evacuated them independently to an East Jerusalem clinic, and then to Al-Maqased hospital. Having suffered severe blows to the head, they were subsequently moved to Hadassah Hospital.

On Wednesday, three suspects were arrested by police for involvement in the attack. A fourth was apprehended on Thursday. Their detention has been extended until Sunday.

Mahfouz’s story is extreme, but not surprising to those following tensions rise in Jerusalem over the past weeks and months.

Micky Rosenfeld, a spokesman for Israel police, told the Times of Israel that the suspects are being investigated to discover whether their motives in the attack were nationalistic or criminal. He noted, however, that violence between Jews and Arabs has spiked over the past weeks in Jerusalem. Most of the fights are “local”, he said, but reflect a rise in political tension across the city.

In parallel, since the murder of Palestinian teenager Mohammed Abu Khdeir on July 2 likely by Jewish extremists, sporadic disturbances from Arab residents have peaked in the Old City and outlying neighborhoods. Dozens of Palestinians have been arrested for rioting, stone throwing, and even shooting.

The apparently nationalistic murder of Abu Khdeir came on the heals of the funerals of three Israeli teenagers, Naftali Fraenkel, Gil-ad Shaar and Eyal Yifrach, kidnapped and executed by two Hamas terrorists from Hebron who are still at large, Israel has charged.

On July 26, Israeli border police arrested a 20-year-old Palestinian woman in Jerusalem’s Old City who tried to carry out a stabbing attack. “I wanted to stab a solider or policeman over the situation in Gaza,” she said. Another Palestinian youth was arrested on Jerusalem’s tram July 13 with a pocket knife.

Following recurrent cases of Palestinian stone throwing at the tram, the Jerusalem municipality attached a small flying robot to the tram; filming its vicinity and broadcasting the footage to a control center. Service was stopped to the Arab neighborhoods of Shuafat and Beit Hanina during rioting that followed Abu Khdeir’s murder which damaged train tracks and stops, but resumed two weeks later.

Right wing Jewish teenagers wearing stickers that say 'Kahana was right' and 'Revenge' seen giving the finger and yelling at Arab women sitting inside the tram in central Jerusalem during a large right wing protest against Arab terrorism, July 1, 2014, in response to the kidnap and murder of three Jewish teens (photo credit: Nati Shohat/Flash90)

Right wing Jewish Nazi teenagers wearing stickers that say ‘Kahana was right’ and ‘Revenge’ seen giving the finger and yelling at Arab women sitting inside the tram in central Jerusalem during a large right wing protest against Arab terrorism, July 1, 2014, in response to the kidnap and murder of three Jewish teens (photo credit: Nati Shohat/Flash90)

Palestinian residents of Jerusalem, for their part, spoke to The Times of Israel of a heightened sense of hostility in the city. Cab drivers told of Jews stepping out of the vehicle when learning they were Arab, or encouraging others not to travel with them. Other told of right-wing activists singling out Arabs downtown and verbally harassing them.

Fadi, a 30-year-old accountant from East Jerusalem who works in a mixed Arab-Jewish office in the western city, said members of his family have started avoiding shopping malls in Jewish areas for fear of unpleasant friction, opting to remain in Arab sections of Jerusalem. Following reports of verbal and even physical abuse against Arabs, he is considering purchasing tear gas for self defense.

“This decision followed reports of people being beaten up, people having stones thrown at them, women who had their hijabs (traditional head covering) pulled off their heads.”

“It’s not that I’m scared in Jerusalem, but I feel as though racism is on the rise,” he told The Times of Israel on condition of anonymity, for fear of police harassment. “Even when the war in Gaza ends, our internal war will continue.”

The Arab residents’ urge to purchase means of self defense stems from a deep sense of mistrust toward the police, which is viewed as ineffective and disinterested in tackling Jewish hate crime, Fadi said. Arab Jerusalemites — the majority of whom carry municipal residency cards but are not full Israeli citizens — are disliked by West Bank Palestinians, by Israeli Jews, and by Israeli Arabs, who are increasingly filling the ranks of Jerusalem’s police force, he noted somberly.

“If the trend I see isn’t stopped immediately with an iron fist, I think ten years from now we will have a domestic war worse than the one in Gaza,” he concluded.

Meanwhile, at the bedside of Amir Shweiki at Hadassah, his brother Kayed was disappointed. His face bruised and head bandaged, Shweiki was still only semi-conscious, having undergone surgery twice to drain blood from his skull. Yet no government called or paid a visit, though the mayor’s office inquired about his well-being.

“It hurts because we live here in the country,” Kayed Shweiki told The Times of Israel. “I’m not for hatred or racism. I’m sure the police will deal with this according to the law, after all we’re cousins.”

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the Jews, their lies and their violent



‘You belong to your father, the devil, and you want to carry out your father’s desires. He was a murderer from the beginning, not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him. When he lies, he speaks his native language,  for he is a  liar and the father of lies…You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell? Therefore I am sending you prophets and sages and teachers…Some of  them  you  will kill and crucify; others you will flog in your synagogues and pursue from town to town, and so upon you will come all the righteous blood that has been shed on earth, from the blood of righteous Abel to the blood of Zechariah son of Berekiah, whom you murdered between the temple and the altar…’

–Jesus’ condemnation of the Jews, their lies and their violent natures, just before they murdered Him on Good Friday

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I$raHell: A cornered Rat


. . . by Kevin Barrett

Henry Kissinger gave Israel ten more years. Israel’s days are clearly numbered. The sooner this terrorist state  is wiped from the page of history, the better.

Israel is strong, mighty, invincible. Israel has truckloads of nuclear weapons. Israel has cluster bombs, DIME weapons, white phosphorus, and other illegal or experimental munitions with which it can kill and maim as many Palestinian civilians as it likes.

Israel is especially proficient at mass-murdering children. Israel constantly reminds us that it can exercise the “Samson option” and drop nuclear weapons on the capitals of Europe and the Middle East. Israel has even colonized America, the world’s most powerful nation, exacting billions of dollars a year in tribute. What a stunningly prepotent entity! The world stands in awe of the great and terrible Israel.

That, at least, is what the Israelis would have us believe.

But it is just an illusion. Israel is not behaving like a confidently powerful nation. Instead, it is desperately lashing out like a cornered rat in the final throes of rabies.

Israel’s genocide against the people of Gaza is sparking a seismic shift in world public opinion. Former New York Times journalist Philip Weiss, a noted Jewish critic of Israel, recently wrote: “There are more signs today that what the Israeli assault on Gaza in 2008-2009 did for the left, the latest assault is doing for the mainstream: solidifying a perception that Israeli leadership has lost its moorings, opening the floodgates of criticism.”

Netanyahu’s decision to crucify Gaza has backfired. Israel has attained none of its announced strategic objectives: It cannot destroy Hamas, cannot stop the rocket fire, cannot stop Gazans from digging tunnels. In short, it cannot stop the Palestinian resistance from building on Hezbollah’s accomplishments in its 2006 victory over Israel.

Nor can Israel attain its unannounced strategic objective, which was to destroy all prospects for Palestinian unity. Netanyahu had apparently hoped that when Israel slaughtered Palestinian children, the Palestinians would blame Hamas. Instead, the Palestinians (and the world) blame Israel.

After all, it is Israeli soldiers who are murdering and maiming Palestinian  children. Not Hamas. Every last bit of Zionist-inflicted suffering elicits more strength and determination to resist Zionism by any means necessary, and to support whoever promises to fight the Zionists the hardest. And that goes for people all over the world, not just in Palestine.

University of Victoria professor John Dolan, writing under the pseudonym of “war nerd” Gary Brecher, recently republished views from a few years ago that are even more true today:

“Israel may win this battle, but it’s lost the war already…(In 2009) they killed 1400 Palestinians, and it didn’t do much but make everybody sick to their stomachs…In a situation like this, the real winner is likely to be the Gazans…Israel had lots of chances to deal with (the Palestinians) but they had a mandate—nothing worse than a mandate—and didn’t need to make a deal with anybody. Now it’s too late. There isn’t always a good solution at this point in the game. Maybe ten moves back you could’ve won, but not now.”

Most other strategists agree, though not all have the courage to say so in public. Former National Security Advisor Zbigniew Brezekinski says Netanyahu “is making a very serious mistake…he is isolating Israel. He’s endangering its longer-range future.”

What longer-range future? asks another legendary National Security Advisor, Henry Kissinger. In a 2012 interview with the New York Post, Kissinger made the following blanket statement:

“In 10 years, there will be no more Israel.”

Even Israel’s most rabid supporters admit that it is failing in Gaza.

Neocon Zionist Jeffrey Goldberg admits as much in his article “Why Is Israel Losing a War It’s Winning?” Goldberg’s attempts to answer his own question are preposterous; he lashes out like a cornered rat at Hamas, at the world’s Muslims, at anyone who is “anti-Semitic” enough to oppose Israel’s ongoing genocide.

And genocide it is. Even the Zionists admit it. Yochanan Gordon spoke for the vast majority of Israeli Jews, and their supporters around the world, when he published an opinion article in Friday’s edition of The Times of Israel openly advocating genocide. Gordon’s article, entitled “When Genocide Is Permissible,” is far more extreme and revolting than anything Adolf Hitler ever wrote.

As Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan said last week, “Those who condemn Hitler day and night have surpassed Hitler in barbarism.”

Some Zionist rats are lashing out at Obama and Kerry. They believe the American President and Secretary of State are sending the wrong signals by not supporting Israel’s assault on Gaza with sufficient fervor. That is one of the main reasons Israel is losing in Gaza, according to Jeffrey Goldberg. He accuses Kerry of “indulging” Hamas.

Other Zionist rats may not be just blaming Obama and Kerry, but actually conspiring against them. Last year American Zionist Andrew Adler, editor of the Jewish Times, published an editorial calling on the Israeli Mossad to kill President Obama. Many Zionists are probably entertaining the same notion today – despite the fact that Obama has exerted even less actual pressure on Israel than previous presidents did.

Once again, the cornered rats are lashing out at the wrong target.

Israel’s real political problem in America is not Obama himself, but the young people who voted for him. Israeli journalist Peter Beinart just published an article in Ha’aretzheadlined:

“On Gaza, Israel is losing the Obama coalition. As America grows less nationalistic, less hawkish, and less religious it will grow less sympathetic to an Israel defined by exactly those characteristics.”

Beinart notes that Israel’s American supporters are gradually dying off:

“According to Gallup, while Americans over the age of 65 support Israel’s actions by a margin of 24 points, Americans under 30 oppose them by a margin of 26 points.”

It seems inevitable that in the not-so-distant future, the US – Israel’s lone supporter on the world stage – will turn against the Zionist entity. When that happens, Kissinger’s prophecy that Israel will cease to exist will be fulfilled.

Israel’s leaders know that time, history, and demographics are working against them. They know that apartheid South Africa, a racist regime that was not nearly as vicious or genocidal as Israel, was erased from the pages of time by a changing current of global public opinion very similar to today’s rising tide of anti-Zionism.

The rats in Israel have their backs to the wall. They are cornered, and they know it. And as they blindly lash out in useless fury by mass-murdering ever-increasing numbers of helpless women and children, they are simply hastening their own inevitable demise.

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Gaza Holocaust: Initial Statistics of Attacks on Basic Service Facilities


Last Updated: 10:00 am, Saturday, 02 August 2014

Targeted Facilities


Complete Destruction

Extensive Damage

Partial Destruction










Clinics and health centers 








Medical personnel



Water and electricity services workers



Water wells

Water desalination plants



Major water tanks



Sewage treatment plants



UNRWA schools and shelters





Gaza Power Plant

Major fuel saving tanks

Electricity supplying lines from Israel

6 lines providing 72 megawatts


Forcible Displacement in the Gaza Strip

Last updated: 10:00 am, Saturday, 02 August 2014 




Displaced civilians in UNRWA schools


Displaced civilians in public schools


Total of displaced civilians


Shelters that have been attacked (UNRWA schools)


Total Displaced




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Gaza Holocaust: Mass murder continues, over 1600 Palestinian killed, mostly children and women, after 25 days of unremitting bombardments by Nazi criminals


Rafah city subjected to very heavy shelling despite the ceasefire agreement, dozens of deaths among the population

Gaza civilian death toll rises at alarming rate of 1500

Israeli occupation forces breached the ceasefire. A series of night raids into Rafah, south of the Gaza Strip, have devastated the houses of the area, causing dozens of deaths. The number ofPalestinian deaths exceeds 1600.

The night bombing of a densely populated area indicates the clear homicidal intention of the Zionist entity, to hit the population during sleep, in their homes, causing the maximum number of civilian casualties.

It comes to unforgivable crimes, which will be etched in the memory and history as a disgrace and eternal condemnation of Zionism and of all political, religious, financial factions that support it.

Just today, the U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved an emergency measure that could give $225 million in additional revenue to Israel for the country’s Iron Dome missile defense system, approving also an Israeli-made request for additional rounds of ammunition.

The number of Palestinians killed during Israel’s weeks-long offensive in Gaza hit more than 1,600 on Friday after at least 50 Palestinians were killed in the south of the enclave as the fighting resumed, with Israel violating unilaterally the 72-hour ceasefire, health officials said.

About 8,500 others have been wounded during the offensives.

The death toll now surpasses the about 1,400 Palestinians killed during the Gaza war of 2008-2009.

A 72-hour ceasefire between Israel and Hamas in the Gaza Strip collapsed Friday less than three hours after taking effect, with Israel accusing Hamas of abducting one of its soldiers after the start of the proposed truce.

The missing soldier was named as 23-year-old Lieutenant Hadar Goldin.

Israeli officials said Hamas fighters attacked Israeli troops during an operation to destroying a tunnel about 90 minutes after the start of the ceasefire at 8am (0500GMT).

Two soldiers were killed in the raid, according to a military spokesman.

The incident took place an hour before the ceasefire went into effect

A Hamas spokesman, Moussa Abu Marzouq, said the incident took place an hour before the ceasefire went into effect.

The agreement for the cessation of hostilities had been announced overnight by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and Kerry.



Israel had said it would continue to operate on Hamas’ tunnel network even during the ceasefire.

“The crisis in Gaza is fast spiralling out of control with water supplies critically low and a public health crisis imminent,” aid group Oxfam warned.

Andrew Gardiner, a senior official with the International Committee of the Red Cross, said that unless engineers were soon able to repair damaged water systems people could die of thirst or disease.

Gaza residents had ventured onto the streets during the first two hours of the ceasefire, in order to stock up on food, bury their dead, visit the wounded in hospital. Those displaced by bombardments tried to salvage belongings from the rubble of their destroyed homes.

But plans for engineers to fix damaged water supplies and electricity lines had to be canceled as the clashes resumed.

At least two shelters have been hit by shelling in the past week, killing and injuring dozens.

The UN is appealing for 369 million dollars in emergency aid for the densely-packed territory of 1.8 million people, half of which has been deemed unsafe for civilians.
The U.S. Senate instead, overwhelmingly approved an emergency measure that could give $225 million in additional revenue to Israel for the country’s Iron Dome missile defense system, approving also an Israeli-made request for additional rounds of ammunition.


90% of Gaza casualties, killed or injured in the ongoing Israeli offensive on the Gaza Strip, are civilians, European medics found out during a visit to Gaza hospitals.

The doctors said during a meeting held at Brussels Media Center on Thursday over the ongoing Israeli war crimes in Gaza: “Up to 90% of Gaza casualties are civilians, mostly women and children.”

“Hospitals, vehicles, mosques, and schools, among many other civilian shelters and refugee camps, have all been shelled in the ongoing Israeli offensive on Gaza,” the European medical delegation further reported.

“Tell me, for God’s sake, are these babies the real terrorists?” Norwegian doctor Mads Gilbert, volunteering at al-Shifa hospital in Gaza, wondered as he took photo shots of the mutilated bodies of hundreds of murdered babies.

“I’ve never, in my entire life, seen such rivers of blood,” he added.

“The total reported child casualties constitute 25% among Gaza death toll, which has topped 1400 so far,” Gilbert declared, holding the UN, Obama, and the European countries as responsible for such genocides as the Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu.


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The British public and the world see that I$raHell’s actions are ‘wrong and unjustified

Ad Note by Shoah'' I m a  supporter of Israel and I believe in Israel's right to self-defense - The esc-alation of violence engulfing Gaza- is losing Israel friends in the international commu-nity day by day''  

Zionist Miliband seems far more cancerned about Israel’s welfare than the slaughter of Gaza’s innocents

Edward Miliband
Edward Miliband

Another Brit speaking clearly about the immorality of the Israeli slaughter. Labour Leader Ed Miliband, quoted at the Telegraph:

Its actions in Gaza are unacceptable and unjustifiable… [Hamas actions] cannot excuse the scale of loss of life, of innocent Palestinian civilians, including children, that we are seeing. And [our] government needs to send a message to both sides, that its actions are wrong… [The PM should say] He believes that Israel’s actions in Gaza are wrong and unjustified…I believe that’s what the British public are thinking as they see these tragic events unfolding on their television screens. …

Miliband also said that Israel was creating a “new generation” of Palestinians “bent on revenge” and that the “appalling scale” of its assault “is losing Israel friends in the international community day by day.” Even more emphatic:

“The Prime Minister is wrong not to have opposed Israel’s incursion into Gaza. And his silence on the killing of hundreds of innocent Palestinian civilians will be inexplicable to people across British and internationally.”

Compare this to Samantha Power, our UN ambassador, who takes care to “condemn” the attack on the UN school without blaming Israel; and then “strongly” condemns Hamas for killing Israeli soldiers Friday morning.

Oh and notice in that Telegraph story that the British Justice Secretary said that Miliband had put himself in a weaker position to participate in the peace process by being so critical of Israel. This is like the Israeli legal scholar who argued at NYU that the Goldstone Report undermined the U.N.’s dedication to the two-state solution.

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Gaza Holocaust: Malak and Ahmed will remember this Eid forever


Malak and Ahmed, the day their father was killed

We were very excited for this year’s Eid that my little brother and sister bought El-Eid clothes since the first week in Ramadan when the mad war was not there yet.  They were waiting impatiently for Ramadan to end so they can wear their brand new clothes and celebrate the Eid. The war started the second week of Ramadan and since then their dreams of having a happy Eid started to fade away.

My little brother and sister did not stop asking questions.  When is this going to end? Are we going to celebrate? Are we going to wear our new clothes? They kept asking till the Eid came and their questions were answered, answered with bombs and news of death everywhere.

Mohammed abu Louz with his child Malak.

Mohammed abu Louz with his child Ahmed.

In the first day of Eid, I woke up to the news that my mother’s cousin was killed. My mother rushed to my grandfather’s home unconsciously when she learned about her cousin’s death. We followed her minutes later.  At the door, children related to Mohammed, the martyr, were sitting at the threshhold crying. The scene of those little children crying broke my heart. Those are supposed to be celebrating and enjoying the Eid by now, they are instead weeping over their beloved uncle. I went into the martyr’s home concurred with grief.  His wife and sisters were there, shocked and full of sorrow. Everyone in the home was unable to believe what has just happened. They were unable to believe that Mohammed, who was always smiling, is now gone, forever.

I sat there thinking of the hundreds killed since the war started.  What is happening now is happening, happened, and will happen in many places across Gaza.  My thoughts were then interrupted by a loud noise outside; I went out to see what was going on.  It was Mohammed, carried above the men’s shoulders. Everyone started chanting for the martyr “Rest in Peace, Mohammed. We will continue the struggle.” Everyone was chanting these words as we followed the martyr into his home.  Mohammed laid there wrapped with a flag. Everyone he loved came to say the final goodbye and give him the farewell kiss.

Mohammed is married; he has two children, Malak and Ahmed. Malak is four years old and Ahmed is 3. They were the only ones not crying, they were unable to understand what was going on. Malak believed that her father is only asleep and that the men are taking him to his work and that he will come back soon.  She didn’t know that he’s gone forever; she didn’t know that she will grow fatherless.

The Eid was unlike any other Eid we ever had. Grief was all around.  Even when children tried to celebrate and forget about the airstrikes, Israel came after them and killed them while playing.  Ten children were killed while playing on a mini Ferris wheel in the beach camp in the first day of Eid.

It seems that “self-defense” legalizes all the crimes Israel is committing in Gaza. It’s in the name of self-defense that Israel killed children playing on the beach, children playing on the roof of their house, children playing on a mini Ferris wheel.

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Nazi Deadly Attacks on Gaza Schools Constitute War Crimes: Human Rights Watch


“Israel has offered no convincing explanation for these attacks on schools where people had gone for protection and the resulting carnage.”

Israel’s military attacks on United Nations schools in Gaza that were sheltering thousands of displaced people slaughtered dozens of civilians “in violation of the laws of war,” Human Rights Watch declared in a report released Thursday.

The humanitarian organization investigated three separate attacks on such schools that occurred in late July and early August, which together killed 45 people, 17 of them children. “Israel has offered no convincing explanation for these attacks on schools where people had gone for protection and the resulting carnage,” said Fred Abrahams, special adviser at Human Rights Watch.

On July 24, Israel shelled a UN elementary school in Beit Hanoun, killing 13 people, including six children, and wounding dozens, the report states. Fifty-eight-year-old witness Jamal Abu ‘Owda described to Human Rights Watch seeing, in the aftermath, “shredded bodies, a mix of everything, boys, men, girls, women, a mix of different faces and bodies.” Witnesses testify that at least four successive shells hit the school courtyard, in addition to more shelling just outside the compound, contradicting the Israeli military’s claim that “a single errant mortar” hit the “empty” courtyard, the report notes.

On July 30, another Israeli attack on a UN girls’ elementary school in Jabalya, which was sheltering over 3,200 people, killed 20 people, three of them children. “The Israeli military said that Palestinian fighters had fired mortars ‘from the vicinity’ of the school, but provided no information to support that claim,” notes the report. “In any event, the use of high-explosive, heavy-artillery shells so near a shelter filled with civilians constitutes an indiscriminate attack.”

On August 3, an Israeli missile struck immediately outside a UN boy’s school in Rafah, killing 12 people, 8 of them children, and wounding dozens. Offering no evidence, the Israeli military claimed the strike targeted Islamic Jihad members. But the report notes that Israeli military offered no explanation for “why it attacked the men in front of a school sheltering thousands of displaced people rather than before they arrived or after they drove away.”

While the Israeli military claims to have launched an investigation of itself to “examine exceptional incidents” during the bombardment of Gaza, the Human Rights Watch report notes, “Previous inquiries by the Israeli military of alleged war crimes committed by its forces have not met international standards for credible, impartial and independent investigations.” The report urges rigorous investigations of the assaults on UN schools and other Israeli attacks on civilians by the United Nations and the International Criminal Court.

In seven weeks of military bombardment on the besieged Gaza strip, commencing in early July, Israel killed at least 2,145 Palestinians, 578 of them children and 102 of them elderly, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry. Furthermore, Israel wounded at least 11, 100,  including 3,374 children. Officials of numerous international institutions and organizations, including the United Nations, have stated that Israel likely violated human rights law.

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