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The King is naked

The UN is naked

Two articles in one and a comment.

Israel court forbade publishing the names of children who died in Gaza. But you can peruse the names of families who were wiped out in Gaza with names of the members.

Palestinian Families bombed at home, Gaza, July-August 2014

Initial figures as the list keeps increasing by the days

Updated Aug. 11, 2014

During the fighting in Gaza, dozens of residences were bombed while residents were at home.

The following infographic lists members of families killed in their homes in 59 incidents of bombing or shelling. In these incidents, 458 people were killed, including 108 women under the age of 60, 214 minors, and 18 people over the age of 60.

Mouse over the houses for more details.

The figures are based on B’Tselem’s initial investigation. We will continue to investigate the incidents and update the figures accordingly.

Kaware’, 9 killed

  • Muhammad Ibrahim Kaware’, 50
  • Ibrahim Kaware’, 29
  • Hussein Kaware’, 13
  • Muhammad ‘Ali Kaware’, 13
  • Abdallah Kaware’, 12
  • Qassem Kaware’, 12
  • Bassem Kaware’, 10
  • Amar Judah, 20
  • Siraj ‘Abd al-‘Al, 8

Read more: Bombing family homes of activists in armed Palestinian groups violates international humanitarian law

Hamad, 6 killed

  • Fawzeyeh Hamad, 62
  • Mahdi Hamad, 46
  • Hafez Hamad, 30 (military branch operative)
  • Ibrahim Hamad, 26
  • Suha Hamad, 25
  • Dina Hamad, 16

Read more: Muhammad Hamad, 75, resident of Beit Hanun, relates how bombing killed his family members in their yard

Malakeh, 3 killed

  • Hanaa Malakeh, 28
  • Safaa Malakeh, 6
  • Muhammad Malakeh, 2

al-Masri family, 4 killed

  • Sahar al-Masri, 35
  • Amjad Hamdan, 24 (military branch operative)
  • Asil al-Masri, 15
  • Muhammad al-Masri, 14

Nawasrah, 4 killed

  • Salah Nawasrah, 24
  • Aishah Nawasrah, 22
  • Nidal Nawasrah, 4
  • Muhammad Nawasrah, 2

al-Haj, 8 killed

  • Mahmoud al-Haj, 55
  • Basmah al-Haj, 52
  • Najlaa al-Haj, 27
  • Asmaa al-Haj, 22
  • Omar al-Haj, 21
  • Tareq al-Haj, 18
  • Sa’ed al-Haj, 16
  • Fatmeh al-Haj, 14

Read more: Muhammad Shahin recounts bombing of al-Hajs’ home, Khan Yunis refugee camp; 8 members of al-Haj family killed

al-Ghanam family, 5 killed

  • Abd a-Razeq al-Ghanam, 58
  • Ghaliya al-Ghanam, 56
  • Kifah al-Ghanam, 33
  • Mahmoud al-Ghanam, 28 (military branch operative)
  • Wisam al-Ghanam, 20

al-Batsh family, 18 killed

  • Aziza al-Batsh, 59
  • Majed al-Batsh, 50
  • Amal Hassan al-Batsh, 49
  • Nahed al-Batsh, 41
  • Bahaa al-Batsh, 28
  • Jalal al-Batsh, 26
  • Marwa al-Batsh, 25
  • Mahmoud al-Batsh, 22
  • Yazid al-Batsh, 21
  • Samah al-Batsh, 20
  • Khaled al-Batsh, 20
  • Ibrahim al-Batsh, 18
  • Yihya al-Batsh, 18
  • Muhammad al-Batsh, 17
  • Manar al-Batsh, 13
  • Qusai al-Batsh, 12
  • Anas al-Batsh, 10
  • Amal Bahaa al-Batsh, 2

Read more: Sa’eed al-Hadad relates bombing of al-Batsh home in Gaza City with no prior warning, which killed 18 family members

Abu Mu’amar family, 3 killed

  • Musa Abu Mu’amar, 57
  • Hanadi Abu Mu’amar, 26
  • Saddam Abu Mu’amar, 24

Read more: Muhammad Abu Mu’ammar describes the bombing that killed his wife, father and brother in Khan Yunis, southern Gaza Strip, 13 July 2014

al-Astal, 4 killed

  • Kawthar al-Astal, 57
  • Hussein al-Astal, 23
  • Ousamah al-Astal, 8
  • Yasmin al-Astal, 5

Read more: Yasmin (5) and Usamah (8) al-Astal, sent to their aunt’s house because of shelling, were killed when her house was bombed, 16 July 2014

Antiz, 3 killed

  • Abed Antiz, 24
  • Muhammad Ibrahim Antiz, 13
  • Muhammad Salem Antiz, 3

Abu Musalam familiy, 3 killed

  • Muhammad Abu Musalam, 15
  • Walaa Abu Musalam, 14
  • Ahmad Abu Musalam, 11

Abu Jarad, 8 killed

  • Raja Abu Jarad, 32
  • Abed Abu Jarad, 23
  • Nai’m Abu Jarad, 18
  • Ahlam Abu Jarad, 16
  • Samar Abu Jarad, 15
  • Haniyah Abu Jarad, 3
  • Samih Abu Jarad, 1
  • Musa Abu Jarad, 8 months

Read more: Shadi Taleb tells of seeing Abu Jarad family home shelled, leaving 8 dead; recounts constantly fleeing with his family for fear of bombings

a-Zweidi family, 5 killed

  • Daliyah a-Zweidi, 36
  • Mahmoud a-Zweidi, 25
  • Muhammad a-Zweidi, 19
  • Ru’ya a-Zweidi, 5
  • Nagham Mahmoud a-Zweidi, 2

al-Hayah family, 5 killed

  • Ousamah al-Hayah, 30
  • Halah Abu Hin, 26
  • Umamah al-Hayah, 8
  • Khalil al-Hayah, 5
  • Hamzah al-Hayah, 4

a-Sheikh Khalil, 5 killed

  • Yusef Habib, 60
  • Abd a-Rahman a-Sheikh Khalil, 50
  • Ayidah a-Sheikh Khalil, 45
  • Muna a-Sheikh Khalil, 44
  • Hiba a-Sheikh Khalil, 14

a-Sha’er, 4 killed

  • Salah a-Sha’er, 55 (military branch operative)
  • Laila a-Sha’er, 30
  • Hiba a-Sha’er, 15
  • Muhammad a-Sha’er, 5

Ziyadah family, 6 killed

  • Muftiyah Ziyadah, 70
  • Jamil Ziyadah, 53
  • Yusef Ziyadah, 43
  • Bayan Ziyadah, 39
  • Omar Ziyadah, 32
  • Muhammad al-Maqadmeh, 30 (military branch operative)
  • Sha’ban Ziyadah, 12

al-Halak and ‘Amar families, 11 killed

  • Su’ad al-Halak, 60
  • Hani al-Halak, 50
  • Samar al-Halak, 30
  • Halah al-Halak, 26
  • Kinan al-Halak, 6
  • Saji al-Halak, 4
  • Muhammad al-Halak, 2
  • Ibrahim ‘Amar, 12
  • Iman ‘Amar, 9
  • Assem ‘Amar, 4
  • Rahaf Abu Jum’ah, 4

Abu Jame’ family, 26 killed

  • Fatmeh Abu Jame’, 60
  • Sabah Abu Jame’, 35
  • Ahmad Sahmoud, 34 (military branch operative)
  • Shahinaz Abu Jame’, 29
  • Yasser Abu Jame’, 27
  • Fatmeh Riad Abu Jame’, 26
  • Yasmin Abu Jame’, 25
  • Razan Abu Jame’, 14
  • Jawdat Abu Jame’, 13
  • Aya Abu Jame’, 12
  • Fatmeh Taysir Abu Jame’, 12
  • Ayub Abu Jame’, 10
  • Haifaa Abu Jame’, 9
  • Ahmad Abu Jame’, 8
  • Maysaa Abu Jame’, 7
  • Sajidah Abu Jame’, 7
  • Husam Abu Jame’, 7
  • Rayan Abu Jame’, 5
  • Tawfiq Abu Jame’, 4
  • Bitul Abu Jame’, 4
  • Siraj Abu Jame’, 4
  • Soheila Abu Jame’, 3
  • Rinat Abu Jame’, 2
  • Nur Abu Jame’, 2
  • Bisan Abu Jame’, 6 months
  • Nujud Abu Jame’, 4 months

al-Hilu, 10 killed

  • Jihad al-Hilu, 59
  • Siham al-Hilu, 57
  • Muhammad al-Hilu, 29
  • Ahmad al-Hilu, 27
  • Hidayah al-Hilu, 25
  • Tahrir al-Hilu, 20
  • Najiyah al-Hilu, 15
  • Maram al-Hilu, 2
  • Karim al-Hilu, 5 months
  • Karam al-Hilu, 5 months

Daher family, 7 killed

  • Majed Daher, 55
  • Hanan Daher, 48
  • Muhammad Daher, 27
  • Adham Daher, 23
  • Nariman Daher, 13
  • Shaymaa Daher, 10
  • Dana Daher, 1

Siyam family, 12 killed

  • Kamal Siyam, 31
  • Shirin Siyam, 30
  • Muhammad Mahrus Siyam, 27
  • Sumoud Siyam, 26
  • Amin Siyam, 17
  • Ahmad Siyam, 15
  • Mustafa Siyam, 9
  • Ghidaa Siyam, 7
  • Muhammad Ahmad Siyam, 7
  • Mu’in Siyam, 5
  • Bader Siyam, 4
  • Dalal Siyam, 9 months

al-Yazji, 4 killed

  • Wajdi al-Yazji, 55
  • Safinaz al-Yazji, 50
  • Yasmin al-Yajzi, 4
  • Hatem al-Yajzi, 3

al-Qasas, 10 killed

  • Faizah Siyam, 67
  • Sumayah al-Qasas, 33
  • Aliaa Siyam, 33
  • Islam al-Qasas, 15
  • Lamyaa al-Qasas, 11
  • Nasmah al-Qasas, 10
  • Israa al-Qasas, 7
  • Arwa al-Qasas, 4
  • Muhammad al-Qasas, 4
  • Samar al-Qasas, 3

al-Kilani and Dirbas families, 11 killed

  • Ibrahim al-Kilani , 53
  • Taghrid al-Kilani, 45
  • Rim al-Kilani, 12
  • Sawsan al-Kilani, 11
  • Yasin al-Kilani, 9
  • Yasser al-Kilani, 8
  • Elias al-Kilani, 4
  • Ayidah Dirbas , 47
  • Surah Dirbas, 41
  • Mahmoud Dirbas, 37
  • Inas Dirbas, 30

a-Ramahi, 3 killed

  • Yusef a-Ramahi, 21
  • Iman a-Ramahi, 14
  • Ibtehal a-Ramahi, 4

Ahel, 3 killed

  • Ahmad Ahel, 76
  • Muhammad Khalil Ahel, 66
  • Muhammad Khaled Ahel, 19

Abu ‘Aytah family, 5 killed

  • Ibrahim Abu ‘Aytah, 66
  • Jamilah Abu ‘Aytah, 55
  • Ahmad Abu ‘Aytah, 30
  • Muhammad Abu ‘Aytah, 30
  • Adham Abu ‘Aytah, 4

al-Astal, 3 killed

  • Sanaa al-Astal, 45
  • Ashraf al-Astal, 28
  • Nabil al-Astal, 13

al-Astal, 6 killed

  • Muhammad al-Astal, 33
  • Thaer al-Astal, 32
  • Milad al-Astal, 29
  • Malak al-Astal, 24
  • Nada al-Astal, 5
  • Amin al-Astal, 4

Abu Hasanein, 3 killed

  • Salah Abu Hasanein, 47 (military branch operative)
  • Abed Abu Hasanein, 14
  • Hadi Abu Hasanein, 12

a-Darazin family, 6 killed

  • Ghasan Abu Dabagh, 32
  • Yasser Abu Dabagh, 20
  • Muhammad Abu Dabagh, 12
  • Ahmad Abu Qadus, 13
  • Abd al-Karim a-Darazin, 5
  • Muhammad a-Darazin, 3

a-Najar, 20 killed

  • Khalil a-Najar, 60
  • Samir Hussein Muhammad a-Najar, 58
  • Ghaliah Muhammad a-Najar, 56
  • Sumayah a-Najar (Abu Yusef), 50
  • Samar a-Najar, 27
  • Riham a-Najar (Abu Jame’), 25
  • Kifah a-Najar, 24
  • Iman a-Najar (a-Raqab), 23
  • Majed a-Najar, 19
  • Rawan a-Najar, 17
  • Ahmad a-Najar, 14
  • Baraah a-Raqab, 11
  • Hani a-Najar, 7
  • Mu’taz a-Najar, 6
  • Ulfat a-Najar, 4
  • Islam a-Najar, 3
  • Amir a-Najar, 2
  • Samir Hussein Samir a-Najar, 1.5
  • Ghaliah Muhammad Samir a-Najar, 1.5
  • Amirah a-Najar, 8 months

Abu Zeid family, 7 killed

  • Ahmad Abu Zeid, 52
  • Maryam Abu Zeid, 30
  • Falastin Abu Zeid, 26
  • Sabrin Abu Zeid, 20
  • Shamma Abu Zeid, 16
  • Bisan Abu Zeid, 12
  • Abdallah Abu Zeid, 5

Dheir family, 19 killed

  • Turkiyyah Dheir, 65
  • Mahmoud Dheir, 46
  • Jamalat Dheir, 40
  • Omar Salameh Dheir, 37
  • Rim Dheir, 32
  • Wafaa Dheir, 29
  • Yasmin Dheir, 24
  • Izat Dheir, 23
  • Shuruq Dheir, 21
  • Ula Dheir, 19
  • Arwa Dheir, 16
  • Omar ‘Omar Dheir, 12
  • Salameh Dheir, 12
  • Mariyah Dheir, 12
  • Muamen Dheir, 9
  • Tasnim Dheir, 8
  • Muhammad Dheir, 7
  • Ghidaa Dheir, 7
  • Yamen Dheir, 6

al-Jamal family, 3 killed

  • Shaker al-Jamal, 48
  • Marah al-Jamal, 10
  • Ahmad al-Jamal, 9

al-Far family, 9 killed

  • Salem al-Far, 58
  • Fatmeh al-Far, 55
  • Zinat al-Far, 50
  • Amal al-Far, 28
  • Jihan al-Far, 25
  • Ramzi al-Far, 24
  • Riham al-Far, 24
  • Nivin al-Far, 18
  • Hanan al-Far, 15

al-Agha family, 14 killed

  • Ahmad al-Agha, 55
  • Marwa al-Agha, 50
  • Nader al-Agha, 47
  • Nariman al-Agha, 39
  • Mustafa al-Agha, 30
  • Abd al-Hamid al-Agha, 24
  • Ata al-Agha, 24
  • Ahmad al-Agha, 21
  • Muhammad al-Agha, 18
  • Nidal al-Agha, 18
  • Daliya al-Agha, 17
  • Iyad al-Agha, 16
  • Dina al-Agha, 14
  • Fadel al-Agha, 11

Abu Jaber family, 18 killed

  • Hamdan Abu Jaber, 78
  • Anwar Abu Jaber, 35
  • Ahmad Abu Jaber, 35
  • Sumayah Abu Jaber, 28
  • Jaber Abu Jaber, 27
  • Dina Abu Jaber, 26
  • Lina Abu Jaber, 25
  • Anwar Abu Jaber, 24
  • Aishah Abu Jaber, 23
  • Fadel Abu Jaber, 19
  • Hala Abu Jaber, 9
  • Muhammad Abu Jaber, 3
  • Lin Abu Jaber, 2.5
  • Salma Abu Jaber, 1.5
  • Sama Abu Jaber, 1.5
  • Ayman Abu ‘On, 26
  • Ahmad ‘Abd al-‘Al, 24
  • Tuqa Abu ‘Issa, 1

a-Najar, 3 killed

  • Siham a-Najar, 46
  • Ayidah a-Najar (‘Abd al-Ghafur), 21
  • Sarah ‘Abd al-Ghafur, 1

Abu Khusah family, 9 killed

  • Ibrahim Abu Khusah, 33
  • Sabrin Abu Khusah, 33
  • Fatmeh Abu Khusah, 3.5
  • Yazan Abu Khusah, 3
  • Fadi Abu Khusah, 2
  • Muhammad Abu Khusah, 1
  • Rital Abu Khusah, 1
  • Jana Abu Khusah, 1
  • Shahd Abu Khusah, 10 months

Abu Shamaleh family, 3 killed

  • Abd a-Rahman Abu Shamaleh, 74
  • Anis Abu Shamaleh, 52
  • Muhammad Abu Shamaleh, 10

a-Najar, 8 killed

  • Muhammad ‘Ata Mahmoud a-Najar, 50
  • Ata a-Najar, 33
  • Issam a-Najar, 24
  • Khaled a-Najar, 23
  • Ibtisam a-Najar, 21
  • Islam a-Najar, 15
  • Rafif a-Najar, 3
  • Muhammad ‘Ataa Muhammad a-Najar, 2

a-Najar, 7 killed

  • Fawziyeh a-Najar, 80
  • Muna Isma’il Khamis a-Najar, 43
  • Muhammad a-Najar, 30
  • Jihad a-Najar, 24
  • Hamad a-Najar, 23
  • Maysaa a-Najar, 18
  • Muna Jihad a-Najar, 1

Abu ‘Amer, Breikeh, a-Najar and Mu’ammar families, 35 killed

  • Jamil a-Najar, 48
  • Wael a-Najar, 25
  • Lamyaa a-Najar, 23
  • Aya a-Najar, 19
  • Du’aa a-Najar, 18
  • Muhammad a-Najar, 12
  • Liali a-Najar, 2
  • Aya a-Ramlawi, 9
  • Subhiya Breikeh, 59
  • Faiz Breikeh, 55
  • Ahmad Breikeh, 32
  • Ousamah Breikeh, 16
  • Jana Breikeh, 3
  • Lama Breikeh, 1
  • Ahmad Mu’ammar, 33
  • Hind Mu’ammar, 30
  • Yazan Mu’ammar, 3
  • Hala Mu’ammar, 1
  • Aya Abu Sitah, 23
  • ‘Arubah Abu ‘Amer, 41
  • Muna Abu ‘Amer, 41
  • Ahmad Suleiman Abu ‘Amer, 40
  • Wadah Abu ‘Amer, 39
  • Ahmad Hassan Abu ‘Amer, 36
  • Muhammad Hassan Abu ‘Amer, 20
  • Omar Abu ‘Amer, 12
  • Muhammad Ahmad Abu ‘Amer, 12
  • Abd al-Ghani Abu ‘Amer, 11
  • Imad Abu ‘Amer, 10
  • Marah Abu ‘Amer, 10
  • Yasser Abu ‘Amer, 9
  • Issa Abu ‘Amer, 8
  • Marwa Abu ‘Amer, 5
  • Iz a-Din Abu ‘Amer, 4
  • Suliman Abu ‘Amer, 2

Balata family, 10 killed

  • Na’im Balata, 45
  • Sahar Balata, 39
  • Maryam Balata, 24
  • Du’aa Balata, 22
  • Wafaa Balata, 21
  • Hanaa Balata, 19
  • Hadil Balata, 17
  • Walaa Balata, 14
  • Israa Balata, 13
  • Yihya Balata, 4

al-Khalili family, 7 killed

  • Ashraf al-Khalili, 37
  • Nidaa al-Khalili, 28
  • Ahmad al-Khalili, 27
  • Aya al-Khalili, 23
  • Lama al-Khalili, 5
  • Dima al-Khalili, 4
  • Ziad al-Khalili, 3

Abu Shuqa and al-Bayumi, 12 killed

  • Abir ‘Amer al-Bayumi, 27
  • Abir Nahed al-Bayumi, 27
  • Asil al-Bayumi, 16
  • Hadil al-Bayumi, 15
  • Hassan al-Bayumi, 12
  • Lama al-‘Assar, 6
  • Rinad al-‘Assar, 1
  • Hassan Zaqut, 21
  • Na’meh Abu Shuqa, 43
  • Labiba Abu Shuqa, 22
  • Ilham Abu Shuqa, 18
  • Malak Shaker Abu Shuqa, 2

al-Fara family, 9 killed

  • Abd al-Malek al-Fara, 60
  • Ousamah al-Fara, 34
  • Awatef ‘Abd a-Shafi (al-Fara), 31
  • Imad al-Fara, 28
  • Nadin al-Fara, 16
  • Muhammad al-Fara, 12
  • Abd a-Rahman al-Fara, 8
  • Yara al-Fara, 8
  • Lujayn al-Fara, 4

a-Nayrab family, 5 killed

  • Ahmad a-Nayrab, 67
  • Soheila a-Nayrab, 35
  • Muhammad a-Nayrab, 14
  • Mahmoud a-Nayrab, 10
  • Muamen a-Nayrab, 8

a-Nayrab and ‘Aytah families, 8 killed

  • Arwa a-Nayrab, 43
  • Duha a-Nayrab, 16
  • Ibtisam a-Nayrab, 10
  • Ula a-Nayrab, 6
  • Ibrahim al-Manirawi, 54
  • Ibrahim ‘Ayatah, 13
  • Muhammad ‘Aytah, 11
  • Ahmad ‘Aytah, 5

a-Rumi family, 4 killed

  • Ahmad a-Rumi, 52
  • Abd a-Rahman a-Rumi, 18
  • Amin a-Rumi, 15
  • Sumoud a-Rumi, 5

Abu Taha family, 4 killed

  • Sa’diyah Abu Taha, 45
  • Muhammad Abu Taha, 24
  • Yusef Abu Taha, 16
  • Rizeq Abu Taha, 1

Wahdan family, 3 killed

  • Hatem Wahdan, 52
  • Jamilah Wahdan, 28
  • Seniora Wahdan, 22

Abu Jazar family, 3 killed

  • Amani Abu Jazar, 23
  • Firas Abu Jazar, 3
  • Amirah Abu Jazar, 2

al-Ghul family, 8 killed

  • Isma’il al-Ghul, 63
  • Khadrah al-Ghul, 60
  • Muhammad al-Ghul, 42
  • Wael al-Ghul, 40
  • Hanadi al-Ghul, 25
  • Asmaa al-Ghul, 23
  • Malak al-Ghul, 6
  • Mustafa al-Ghul, 1 month

Jamil BERRY  posted on FB: GAZA

Du temps du siège du ghetto de Varsovie, les juifs assiégés creusaient la terre parfois de leurs mains pour créer un tunnel échappatoire afin de pouvoir sortir pour ramener des vivres, car des juifs y crevaient de faim .

Gare au tunnel que les Nazis découvraient .

Cette tragédie actuelle de Gaza, est en train de montrer au monde entier qu’Israel a été loin, très loin, dans la tuerie gratuite de masse.

Méfiance : se servir de la Shoa pour justifier des tueries est à proscrire . Il est devenu très contre productif .

Il n’y a nulle ” cause à effet ”
Le “rêve” israélien de ce peuple sans terre pour une terre sans peuple, a non seulement vécu et ne trompe plus personne, et est devenu cauchemar pour la paix mondiale .

Cet israel qui s’est proclamé Roi dans la région, ce David, a créé son propre Goliath.
Les Gazzaoui ´s sont en train de montrer au monde entier que le Roi est NU.

Quand aux “United Nations ” ils étaient déjà NU
Victimes à Varsovie. Bourreaux à Gaza .

Les choses sont en train de changer en profondeur, et ne seront plus jamais comme avant…
( Jamil BERRY )

Arlette Mekhaël commented on Berry:

je ne suis ni juive ni sioniste , je ne suis ni insensible, ni assassine, je ne suis ni guerriere ni combattante, je ne suis ni haineuse ni fanatique!

Je fais la part des choses. froidement et avec réalisme. je vois et je lis trop de manipulations mensongères, ou avec des demies vérités , c est pourquoi, je ne dirais pas mon opinion sur ce conflit.

Juste une chose: ceux qui se focalisent sur Gaza et certains Palestiniens, oublient totalement le reste de l humanité souffrante , et soumise à tout un ensemble de lois naturelles ou humaines, qui les font vivre dans un gouffre sans fin , aussi insupportable que celui que vivent les gazaouis.

Maintenant c est le temps de penser aux chrétiens et aux yezedis!

En serez vous capables ou non? pas en paroles! mais en actes!

 Enverrez vous des vivres et des médecins bénévoles? des combattants pour faire taire ces démons de l enfer?

 Enverrez vous vos armées pour sauver les innocents attendant d être égorger? défendriez vous la liberté de pensée et de religion? ou simplement marcherez vous dans nos rues, avec des pancartes contre tous les islamistes radicaux du monde?

Alors vous serez humains!

Israel moral defeat only? Couldn’t even venture 2 miles inside Gaza 

The Israeli ground forces refused to advance until the air force carpet bomb the land ahead of their incursions.

Remember in 1956, 1967 and 1982 when Israeli forces entered “Arab” Capitals? This is history: Resistance is in the hand of the fighting people and not the lax governments to preserve and safeguard the dignities of their citizens against invaders and occupiers.

Humanity is still fine and getting aware of the brutalities exercised by apartheid Israel.

Demonstration in support of Gaza resistance to preemptive genocide is spreading around the world, cities and capitals.

‎#فلسطين #غزه  شعوب الدنيي بألف خير ...‎

 

Israel’s moral defeat will haunt us for years

We have passed 1,200 dead Palestinians.

How many more?

 published this July 28, 2014 |
Palestinian rescue officers removing a body on Saturday from the rubble of a building where at least 20 members of the Al-Najjar extended family were killed in Khan Yunis. Photo by AP

If victory is measured in the number of dead, then Israel and its army are big winners.
From the time I wrote these words on Saturday, and by the time you read them on Sunday, the number will no longer be 1,200 (70-80 percent civilians) but even more.How many more? Ten bodies, 18? Three more pregnant women? Five dead children, their eyes half-open, their mouths gaping, their baby teeth poking out, their shirts covered with blood and they are being carried on a single stretcher?If victory means causing the enemy to pile up a number of slaughtered children on one stretcher, since there are not enough stretchers, then you have won, Chief of Staff Benny Gantz and Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon – you and the nation that admires you.

And the trophy also goes to the Startup Nation, this time to the startup renowned for knowing and reporting as little as possible with as many international media and available websites as possible. “Good morning, it was a quiet night,” the Army Radio host announced cheerfully on Thursday morning.

In the day preceding the happy announcement, the Israel Defense Forces killed 80 Palestinians, 64 of whom were civilians, including 15 children and 5 women. At least 30 of them were killed during the same quiet night, from overwhelming shelling, bombing and firing from Israeli artillery, and this is without counting the number of injured or the number of houses blown up.)

If victory is measured in the number of families wiped out within two weeks – parents and children, one parent and a few children, a grandmother and daughters in law and grandchildren and son, brothers and their children, in all the variations you might choose – then we also have the upper hand.

Here, names from memory: Al-Najjar, Karaw’a, Abu-Jam’e, Ghannem, Qannan, Hamad, A-Salim, Al Astal, Al Hallaq, Sheikh Khalil, Al Kilani. In these families, the few members who survived the Israeli bombings in the past two weeks are now jealous of their dead.

And let’s not forget the laurel wreaths for our legal experts, those without whom the IDF does not make a move. Due to them, blowing up an entire house – whether empty or filled with residents – is easily justified if Israel characterizes one of the family members as an appropriate target (be he senior or junior Hamas member, military or political, brother or family guest).

“If it is legal according to international law,” a Western diplomat told me, shocked by his own state’s position in support of Israel, “it is a sign that something stinks in international law.”

And another bouquet of flowers for our advisers, the graduates of the exclusive law schools in Israel and the United States, and maybe also in England: They are certainly the ones advising the IDF why it is permissible to fire at Palestinian rescue teams and prevent them from getting to the wounded.

Seven members of medical teams on their way to rescue the injured were shot to death by the IDF during two weeks, the last two only last Friday. Another 16 have been wounded. This doesn’t include the cases is which IDF firing prevented crews from driving to the disaster scene.

You will surely recite what the army says: “Terrorists are hiding in the ambulances” – since Palestinians do not really want to save their wounded, they don’t really want to prevent them from bleeding to death under the ruins, isn’t this what you are thinking?

Does our acclaimed intelligence, which did not discover during all these years the network of tunnels, know in real time that in every ambulance that was hit directly with IDF fire, or whose trip to save an injured person was blocked, there are really armed Palestinians inside?

And why is it permissible to save a wounded soldier at the cost of shelling an entire neighborhood, but it is not allowed to save an elderly Palestinian buried under the rubble?

Why is it forbidden to save an armed man, or more correctly a Palestinian fighter, who was wounded while repulsing a foreign army that invaded his neighborhood?

If victory is measured by the success at causing lifelong trauma to 1.8 million people (and not for the first time) waiting to be executed any moment – then the victory is yours.

These victories add up to our moral implosion, the ethical defeat of a society that now engages in no self-inspection, that wallows in self pity over postponed airline flights and burnishes itself with the pride of the enlightened.

This is a society that mourns, naturally, its more than 40 soldiers who were killed, but at the same time hardens its heart and mind in the face of all the suffering and moral courage and heroism of the people we are attacking.

A society that does not understand the extent to which the balance of forces is against it.

“In all the suffering and death,” wrote a friend from Gaza, “there are so many expressions of tenderness and kindness. People are taking care of one another, comforting one another. Especially children who are searching for the best way to support their parents. I saw many children no older than 10 years old who are hugging, comforting their younger siblings, trying to distract them from the horror. So young and already the caretakers of someone else.

I did not meet a single child who did not lose someone – a parent, grandmother, friend, aunt or neighbor. And I thought: If Hamas grew out of the generation of the first intifada, when the young people who threw stones were met with bullets, who will grow out of the generation that experienced the repeated massacres of the last seven years?”

Our moral defeat will haunt us for many years to come.

Israel AGAIN kills children playing in a park! ONCE MORE! An empty park! No Hamas or resistance rockets being fired! Just kids enjoying their first day of EID! TEN CHILDREN KILLED! Then bombing the most densely populated hospital in Gaza, al-shifa! The Israeli pilot knew for a fact he will be murdering hundreds. But did not give a damn! Because that’s who they are. They are terrorist, blood and war loving creatures. Wake up people. Everyone should be speaking up against these illegal war crimes.

Israel AGAIN kills children playing in a park! ONCE MORE! An empty park!

No Hamas or resistance rockets being fired! Just kids enjoying their first day of EID!

TEN CHILDREN KILLED! Then bombing the most densely populated hospital in Gaza, al-shifa! The Israeli pilot knew for a fact he will be murdering hundreds. But did not give a damn! Because that’s who they are.

Israeli pilots are terrorist, blood and war loving creatures. Wake up people. Everyone should be speaking up against these illegal war crimes.

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