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Speech of Lebanon Foreign Affair to the Islamic Conference in Istanbul

After the Nakba Palestinian monster “March for Return to Homeland”  in May 14 and 15, 2018, during which Ivanka and Kushner visited Jerusalem to “consecrate” to move of the US embassy from Tel Aviv, Israeli snipers and soldiers assassinated 114 Palestinians with live bullets and injured 2,100 by dropped poisonous tear gas canisters from drones, the world community got into action.

Many States recalled the US and Israeli ambassadors. The “Arab League” met with their foreign affairs in Cairo and issued a puny statement. The Islamic conference didn’t fair well in any material consequences.

Note: After Trump pronouncement on Jerusalem in April, Palestinians marched every Friday to denounce US totally biased position toward Israel. Over 250 were assassinated with live bullets and 10,000 injured. Many Palestinians are in critical conditions and lack adequate hospitals. Finally, Egypt of Sisi opened its borders for the Ramadan period of fasting.

كلمة وزير الخارجية والمغتربين جبران باسيل في القمة الاستثنائية لمنظمة التعاون الاسلامي التي تُعقد في اسطنبول

السيد الرئيس،
أصحاب الجلالة والفخامة والسيادة،
سيداتي سادتي،

العزاء لأهل فلسطين،
والتحية الكبيرة لتركيا ورئيسها على موقفه من القدس ولدعوتنا، ولكن بعد أشهر على إجتماعنا هنا في ديسمبر 2017، ماذا فعلنا؟ أين أصبحنا؟
القدس أصبحت أكثر بعداً، والظلم أضحى أكثر فتكاً، الأميركي نفذ وعده بعد أكثر من مئة عامٍ على تنفيذ الإنكليزي لوعده، والإسرائيلي في الحالتين نفّذ بطشه.
لماذا؟ لأننا لم نفعل سوى البيانات الورقية والخطابات الخشبية، ولم نفهم أن المقاومة هي السبيل الوحيد لتحرير ارضنا وإستعادة حقوقنا وكرامتنا، كما فعل لبنان الصغير وحيداَ بين أشقائه الكبار.

لم نفهم لدرجة أن إسرائيل إستهزأت بنا جميعاً وبالشرعية الدولية وإختارت الذكرى السبعين للنكبة لإفتتاح سفارة الولايات المتحدة في القدس، وتعمّدت أن تنكبنا مرة أخرى برقصة موت وقهقهة إجرامٍ، فتقتل عمداً، أمام مرأى مجتمعٍ دولي متآمر، وبدم بارد، وبرصاصٍ متفجر، مواطنين فلسطينيين عزل في ظهورهم، وعلى حدود أرضهم في غزة.

ليس صدفة أن تختار إسرائيل هكذا زمان ومكان لترتكب عن قصد مجزرة موصوفة وجريمة حرب ترتقي الى جريمة ضد الإنسانية بقتل جماعي متعمد لمدنيين مسالمين،

لماذا؟
لأنها فعلتها مراراً، وفي سنة 2014 بادر لبنان الى تقديم شكوى إلى المحكمة الجنائية الدولية، رغم كونه ليس عضواً فيها، ولم يجد دولة واحدة تسانده فيها؛ فلم تتحرك العدالة بل تحركت آلة القتل الإسرائيلية مجدداً.

ولبنان، البارحة، بادر حيث لا يجرؤ أحد غيره، وتقدم (بإسم فلسطين والعرب والمسلمين والمسيحيين والعالم الحر) بشكوى بمثابة إخبار الى المحكمة الجنائية الدولية بعدما أصبحت فلسطين عضواً فيها بواسطة المدعية العامة لديها، “فاتو بنسودا”، بما يسمحه نظامها بملاحقة مجرمي الحرب ومرتكبي الجرائم ضد الإنسانية.

فهل سيجرؤ أحد هذه المرة على مساندة فلسطين بإجراء فعلي غير كلامي، أو سنستمر بإعطاء براءة الذمة لاسرائيل بقتل شعبنا وسلب مقدساتنا؟
والسؤال الأصح هل سيجرؤ المؤتمر الإسلامي على تبني شكوانا أو تقديم شكوى دولية، وأشكالها كثيرة، لإحقاق العدالة الدولية؟

سؤال يطرحه عليكم هذا المسيحي المشرقي الآتي من وطن الأرز ممثلاً لفخامة الرئيس العماد ميشال عون، الرئيس المسيحي المشرقي الوحيد في الأمة العربية والمؤتمر الإسلامي؛ نطرحه كوننا أبناء أرض مقّدسة، وقد حسمنا إنتماءنا وهويتنا ودفعنا الأثمان من أجل حريتنا وتحرير أرضنا وندافع اليوم عن قدس “أقداسنا”، ما يعطينا الحق لقول كلمة الحق في قضية فلسطين.

سيداتي سادتي،
القدس هذه المدينة المقدسة، التي مشى على ترابها الأنبياء وتعايشت فيها الأديان السماوية، لا يمكن أن تصبغ بلون واحد وأن تخطف بلحظة ضعف عربية، فالهوية لا يمكن سرقتها والتاريخ لا يمكن محوه والجغرافيا ثابتة لا تتحرك، والقدس يمكن إنقاذها وإنقاذ أنفسنا معاً، إذا قمنا معاً بإنتفاضةٍ سياسية، اقله، إذا إستعظم البعض الإنتفاضة الشعبية، تؤدي إلى وقف سياسة القضم التي تنتهجها إسرائيل بالحجر، كنيسة بعد كنيسة، ومسجداً بعد مسجد، وشجرة زيتون بعد شجرة زيتون، وقطعة أرضٍ بعد أخرى، وبالبشر كهلاً بعد كهل أو شاباً بعد شاب، وطفلاً بعد طفل، فالبارحة إغتصبت فلسطين، واليوم القدس، وغداً إحدى مدنكم، فإما نقف معاً الآن، وإلا الخسارة تكبر كل يوم.

ووقفتنا معاً ما هي إلا سياسية وقانونية، مستندة إلى قرارات الجمعية العامة للأمم المتحدة سنة 47 حول أن أي قرار لدولة إسرائيل ” بفرض قوانينها وولايتها وإدارتها على مدينة القدس الشريف قراراً غير قانوني ومن ثم لاغياً وباطلاً وليست له أي شرعية على الإطلاق”.
وإلى قرارات مجلس الأمن (298/1971 و478/1980) حول ” أن الإجراءات الإدارية والتشريعية كافة التي قامت بها إسرائيل في القدس…. هي غير شرعية”، ولنعمد إلى الإنتقال من وضع القدس المعلق أو المدول والمعترف به من البعض عاصمة لدولة إسرائيل إلى إعتبارها عاصمة لدولة فلسطين.
لتكتمل المشهدية القانونية في وضع القدس، من خلال صدور القرارات التالية عن إجتماعنا:

1- إقامة دولة فلسطين على أرض فلسطين وعاصمتها القدس، وإقامة سفارات لدولنا في فلسطين على هذا الأساس.
2- مطالبة الجمعية العامة للأمم المتحدة بإعتبار دولة فلسطين مستقلة ومعترف بها دولياً بحدود ال67 وإعلان القدس عاصمتها، إضافة الى قرار بوقف بناء جدار الفصل والعزل العنصري من قبل إسرائيل ( في ضوء الرأي الإستشاري لمحكمة العدل الدولية سنة 2004.)
3- التقدم بشكوى لدى محكمة العدل الدولية ضد الولايات المتحدة الأميريكية وهي عضوٌ فيها، لإعترافها بالقدس عاصمة لإسرائيل وإعلان بطلان هذا القرار الأحادي لمخالفته القانون الدولي.

كل ذلك مع التأكيد على مبادرة السلام العربية في قمة بيروت لجهة القدس عاصمة لفلسطين وحق العودة كجزء لا يتجزأ منها.

سيداتي سادتي،
وتبقى مسألة المقدسات، فالقدس ينبوع الحياة للمسيحيين، وبحسب المطران خضر،
“هي إن ذهبت فهذا قتل آخر ليسوع الناصري، فدمه إنسكب على هذه الأرض من خشبة الصليب” والقدس فيها كنيسة القيامة وقبر المسيح وطريق الجلجلة، كُنه عقيدتنا الأيمانية، وفيها المسجد الأقصى، ثالث الحرمين الشريفين، بالنسبة لكل مسلمي العالم وليس لأهل فلسطين فقط، وهي مهد الديانات السماوية الثلاث، وليست مسرح هدم ديانتين بتهويد الأرض للثالثة.

من هنا فإن لبنان الرسالة، مؤتمن على القدس بتنّوعها، بحكم نموذجه الإنساني التعددي، وهو علمّته تجربة الدماء والأحزان، ان إسرائيل لا تفهم إلا بمنطقها، فإن نأخذ تدابير رادعة يحسب لها ألف حساب وتجبر إسرائيل على التراجع، وإما نحن في تراجع دائم نحو أمة مفككة بصراعات إسلامية-إسلامية، لا تليق بالدين الحنيف وتقضي علينا.

إذا ذهبت القدس، نذهب جميعاً معها!!! ونحن إخترنا أن نبقى معها منشدين مع فيروز: “لأجل من تشردوا، لأجل أطفال بلا منازل، لأجل من دافع وأستشهد في المداخل، واستشهد السلام في وطن السلام، وسقط الحق على المداخل حين هوت مدينة القدس”.
“لأجلك يا مدينة الصلاة أصلي”.

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Turning a new leaf at 16: The boy was too quick?

Do you think it is feasible to turn a new leaf in your life, unless your deficient body forces upon you an alternative world view?

Is it possible to turn a new leaf without much effort and a change in a life style?

Do we turn a new leaf before we come to grip that life is not forever?

Maggie Mae posted this poem:

“Oh young, on the day she turns over a new leaf, sun-damaged veins, shriveled death

six-feet to go, to sleep, to walk in to her dreams, flat-lined sex, drawn out of virgin delirium

strawberry fields in fast decay, on the day she turns, sixteen nights after the drunken man is fast asleep

on the edge, on metal terror pumping through her veins

this is the one, the hidden light, night fury flies past her eyes

everything is tight blood crushes blood, through life-less young eye lids she cries, he’s too fast,

a shrivelled raisin on black top oh young, that night, and what it means, the night takes, the air rips

open, stealing her lungs on the day she turns.

About Maggie Mae

“I write because I must”.  I am a poet of dark imagery.

I write what I feel and how I see the world at given moments. I love connecting with other writers and seeing life through their eyes, (in words).

If you like what you find here, please check out my chapbook, Some Things Ache In The Dark.

It is available @ http://writingknightspress.blogspot.com/2013/05/some-things-ache-in-dark-by-maggie-mae.html.

Vintage Photos Celebrate Mothers Around the World

For Mother’s Day, see how moms have cared for their children for the last 100 years.

Balancing an infant on her hip. Cradling one child while holding the hand of another. Caring for a baby while finishing her work.

The mothers in these vintage images strike familiar poses that span the globe and cross cultural and geographic barriers. Their clothing and hairstyles may differ, but their actions are similar, showing that a mother’s love is universal.

Mother’s Day itself is over 100 years old and has a somewhat dark history, originally founded by Anna Jarvis to honor mourning women, remember fallen soldiers, and work for peace.

“For Jarvis it was a day where you’d go home to spend time with your mother and thank her for all that she did,” historian Katharine Antolini of West Virginia Wesleyan College told National Geographic in 2014. “It wasn’t to celebrate all mothers. It was to celebrate the best mother you’ve ever known—your mother—as a son or a daughter.”

These photos show the ways different mothers around the world have supported children—their own, their neighbors’, and even those of strangers—through the ages.

Sidonie a plus d’un amant

Triolets fantaisistes/ Charles Cros (Sidonie)
Sidonie a plus d’un amant, C’est une chose bien connue… Qu’elle avoue, elle, fièrement.
Sidonie a plus d’un amant Parce que, pour elle, être nue Est son plus charmant vêtement.
C’est une chose bien connue, Sidonie a plus d’un amant.
Elle en prend à ses cheveux blonds Comme, à sa toile, l’araignée Prend les mouches et les frelons. Elle en prend à ses cheveux blonds.
Vers sa prunelle ensoleillée, Ils volent, pauvres papillons, Comme, à sa toile l’araignée, Elle en prend à ses cheveux blonds.
Elle en attrape avec les dents Quand le rire entrouvre sa bouche Et dévore les imprudents.
Elle en attrape avec les dents. Sa bouche, quand elle se couche, Reste rose et ses dents dedans.
Quand le rire entrouvre sa bouche Elle en attrape avec les dents.
Elle les mène par le nez Comme fait, dit-on, le crotale Des oiseaux qu’elle a fascinés.
Elle les mène par le nez. Quand dans une moue elle étale Sa langue à leurs yeux étonnés,
Comme fait, dit-on, le crotale Elle les mène par le nez
Sidonie a plus d’un amant, Qu’on le lui reproche ou l’en loue Elle s’en moque également.
Sidonie a plus d’un amant. Aussi, jusqu’à ce qu’on la cloue Au sapin de l’enterrement Qu’on le lui reproche ou l’en loue, Sidonie aura plus d’un amant.
Fanciful triplets / Charles Cros (Sidonie)
Sidonie has more than a lover It is a well known thing That it, she says, proudly. Sidonie has more than a lover Because, for her, be naked Is his most charming clothing. It is a well known thing, Sidonie has more than one lover.
She takes her blonde hair As, to its Web, the spider Takes the flies and the Hornets. She takes her blonde hair. To his pupil in a sunny, They fly, poor butterfly, As, to its Web the spider, She takes her blonde hair.
She grabs with teeth When the laughter opens her mouth And devours the unwary. She grabs with teeth. Her mouth, when she lies down, Remains pink and his teeth inside. When the laughter opens her mouth She grabs with teeth.
She leads them by the nose As, say, the rattlesnake Birds that it has fascinated. She leads them by the nose. When in a pout it spread His language to their astonished eyes, As, say, the rattlesnake She leads them by the nose
Sidonie has more than a lover What is the reproach of him or rented it It is fun also. Sidonie has more than one lover. Also, until on the nails The FIR of the funeral What is the reproach of him or rented it, Sidonie will be more than a lover. (Translated by Bing)

Tidbits and notes posted on FB and Twitter. Part 199

Note: I take notes of books I read and comment on events and edit sentences that fit my style. I pa attention to researched documentaries and serious links I receive. The page is long and growing like crazy, and the sections I post contains a month-old events that are worth refreshing your memory.

White supremacist Richard Spencer finds his model in the state of Israel: “You could say I am a white Zionist, the Jewish state  of Israel is the most important and perhaps most revolutionary ethno-state that I turn to for guidance.”

What ethno-democracy means? Israel prime minister described the Arab citizens of Israel (Palestinians) as a “demographic threat”; the education minister who settled a cabinet debate by saying “I’ve killed lots of Arabs in my life and there’s no problem with that”; or the justice minister who called Palestinian childrenlittle snakes.” It doesn’t matter what the nations of the world say.” And the public security minister said at the beginning of 2018. “The time has come to express our biblical right to the land.”

Before the two-state idea (Palestine/Israel), the early leaders of Israel’s left-of-center Labor Party did things like reward Jewish “heroine mothers” who had more than ten children and drafted “Absentee Property Laws” to make sure expelled Palestinians could never return to their homes.

The sinister solution is the term “peaceful ethnic separation” — an idea that has its roots in population “exchanges,” such as between Greece and Turkey in 1923, Muslims in India into the newly created State of Pakistan in 1948, the one-sided “transfers” like the expulsion of Germans from Central and Eastern Europe after the Second World War, the expulsion of the Muslim Rohingas from Burma and the vast transfer of Palestinians from their villages since 1948 and after each of the many pre-emptive wars. since then

Popular support for the most extreme form of “transfer” — outright expulsion — is widespread in Israel, often polling over 50 % among Jewish Israelis. particularly among settlers.

Is it just a Psychological Barrier between the Palestinians and Colonialist Israelis? The Israeli author and activist Amos Oz had organized the “Peace Now” movement 2 decades ago and the movement is currently not  doing well in Israel.  Amos published “Help us to divorce”; “how to heal a fanatic”; “A story of love and darkness”; and his latest “Scenes of village life”.

Amos Oz resumed his talk: “Israel cannot be but a deception since it is a State built on a dream.” A fictitious mythical dream. Particularly the dream of US Evangelical Zionists who believe firmly that Second Coming will happens when Jerusalem is Jewish

Israel’s Newest Allies: The US and UK White Nationalist Right, famous anti-Semitic movements have come to admire modern Israel’s “ethno-nationalism, ethnic cleansing activities.” Harry Blain

 

Shattering the myths of Lebanese elections

The results of this supposed democratic election go beyond confirming Hezbollah’s hegemony over the Lebanese state.
Sunday 13/05/2018

Following a 9-year electoral hiatus, (the deputies extended their tenure 5 more years) many Lebanese should have been extremely keen to cast votes in the May 6 parliamentary elections — it just seemed so. (At best 40% turnout)

Much of the fuss over this supposedly routine activity was because of a new proportional election law, which, theoretically, offered voters a chance to either dislodge Lebanon’s political elite or challenge their hegemony.

The anticipated excitement never made it as far as Election Day.

Voter turnout was about 45% nationwide (officially), including a measly 34% in Beirut. The results, given revisions to the law and the gerrymandering that went into it, were hardly unexpected.

Most of the traditional political parties retained their share of seats, (particularly the main civil war militia/mafia leaders) although some factions gained seats in districts the previous majoritarian electoral law had barred them from representing.

The main casualty of the election was Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri, who saw his Future Movement bloc reduced from 33 to 21 seats, as the distinctly underwhelming Sunni turnout allowed Hezbollah and its pro-Syrian Sunni allies to win five seats in Beirut, a traditional Hariri stronghold. (Actually, without major fraud in district of Beirut#2, the Al Moustakbal would have witnessed less seats)

More important, Hezbollah, with its Shia ally the Amal Movement, secured most of the Shia seats in parliament and helped its allies challenge the hegemony of the Future Movement in the Sunni community.

Hariri’s electoral debacle served as a painful reminder of the bargain he struck with Lebanese President Michel Aoun and the consequent abandonment of his father’s legacy he demonstrated by turning his back on traditional allies Samir Geagea and Walid Jumblatt.

(Apparently, many Lebanese authors have Alzheimer syndrome: Samir Geagea was in prison and was Not released by Parliamentary vote until Rafic Hariri assassination. In any case, Rafic never alienated the Syrian regime that brought him to power)

Above all, Hariri and his Future Movement failed to address key grievances of their constituency, which had sent alarming messages in the latest municipal elections by essentially boycotting the vote.

(It seems this is a wide-spread propaganda that “intellectuals” or Talking Heads love to repeat. They want to forget that at least 400,000 Lebanese immigrants in the Gulf failed to show up for voting: sort no one cared to pay for their flying ticket))

In addition to Hezbollah, the other two victorious parties were the Free Patriotic Movement led by Aoun’s son-in-law and Lebanese Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil and the Lebanese Forces.

(Jubran Bassil, head of the Al Tayyar Al Watani secured a block of 29 deputies (as large as Hezbollah and Nabih Berry combined). The Lebanese Forces surpassed expectations with 15 seats, one of which is deep in the heart of Hezbollah-controlled area in eastern Lebanon.

Yet the results of this supposed democratic election go beyond confirming Hezbollah’s hegemony over the Lebanese state. They lay to rest some myths and misconceptions about reforming the archaic Lebanese political system.

Contrary to the expectations of the political factions, which approved this diabolical electoral law, the proportional electoral system was not well received by most of the Lebanese. (Well received after its application?)

For evidence, there is the appalling turnout. Realistically, Lebanese feel uneasy voting for a locked list with one preferential voting option, something that would entail them publicly endorsing one faction over the other. (Sort they prefer to select themselves their candidates and allow more headaches for voters and distribution of alternative lists that are Not official as in “Majority takes All seats”?)

Interestingly, there is something very non-Lebanese about this “proportional new Law”, at least from the perspective of the voters. Most Lebanese who are not affiliated to political factions, either by choice or by tradition, prefer to divide their votes between opposing candidates, allowing them to petition either side for favours as circumstances dictate. Such locked lists require that the parties running present a clear and realistic political and economic platform, something that none of those running May 6 managed to do. (Except Hezbollah who was very clear on the objectives of this campaign: fail the USA/Saudi Kingdom schemes and fighting corruption and spoilage of public fund)

Even if such a political programme existed, it is highly unlikely the Lebanese would even consider it, as they would rather continue voting for their traditional sectarian and tribal leadership, something that the election results confirmed.

Despite the government’s campaign instructing voters how the system worked, 38,909 void ballots — a large number for an election in Lebanon — were cast, suggesting the system was too complex for ordinary electors.

(It was far less complex for voting than the laws since independence, though the selection of winners is, and it is none of the concern for the voters)

Perhaps one of the most important myths that the election shattered was one campaigned on by many independent political activists: that electoral reform was key for political reform.

In reality, the Lebanese electorate chose not to endorse the so-called civil society candidates, who assumed that their active social media profiles were sufficient to get them to parliament, and voted for the status quo instead. (Wrong. The many reforms that the law required was thrown out by the militia leaders in power)

Perhaps it is permissible to spend hours analyzing and looking for reasons to justify the election results. However, what cannot be disputed is that, while they are entitled to celebrate their democratic achievement, the Lebanese have a long way to go before they can call themselves a democracy.

Note: I personally side with the opinion that this law is far advanced than the traditional law and we can built on it.

Gaza killings: Names and faces of those killed by Israeli forces this week

#Occupation

Note 1: Not 62, but 114 killed Palestinians in the 2 days of the Nakba marches, and many are in critical conditions with no hospital facilities. Actually, since Trump pronouncement on Jerusalem in April, every Friday witnessed mass marches on the borders with Israel. More than 250 killed by live bullets and over 10,000 injured.
Note 2: You’ll notice that those harvested by Israeli snipers are mostly youths
Note 3: Jared Kushner joined the chanting of the Israelis in Jerusalem: Burn them, shoot them, kill them’: Israelis cheer in Jerusalem as Palestinians shot in Gaza #Occupation
Note 4: Do you think Ivanka Trump Kushner was shielded from the news of the massacres a few miles away?

Eight-month-old Laila is youngest Palestinian killed in Gaza on Monday, the deadliest day since 2014 war

From left: Ahmed Alrantisi, Laila Anwar Al-Ghandoor, Ahmed Altetr, Alaa Alkhatib Ezz el-din Alsamaak, Motassem Abu Louley (screengrab)
MEE staff's picture
Last update: Wednesday 16 May 2018 22:43 UTC

Sixty-two people were either killed or died of wounds inflicted by Israeli forces in the Gaza Strip on Monday and Tuesday as thousands of Palestinians demonstrated across the occupied territory to mark the 70th anniversary of the Nakba.

As of Tuesday afternoon, the Gaza Ministry of Health released the names of 59 Palestinians killed:

1. Laila Anwar Al-Ghandoor, 8 months old

2. Ezz el-din Musa Mohamed Alsamaak, 14 years old

3. Wisaal Fadl Ezzat Alsheikh Khalil, 15 years old

4. Ahmed Adel Musa Alshaer, 16 years old

5. Saeed Mohamed Abu Alkheir, 16 years old

6. Ibrahim Ahmed Alzarqa, 18 years old

7. Eman Ali Sadiq Alsheikh, 19 years old

8. Zayid Mohamed Hasan Omar, 19 years old

9. Motassem Fawzy Abu Louley, 20 years old

10. Anas Hamdan Salim Qadeeh, 21 years old

11. Mohamed Abd Alsalam Harz, 21 years old

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From left: Fadi Abu Salah, Motaz Al-Nunu, Jihad Mohammed Othman Mousa, Mousa Jabr Abdulsalam Abu Hasnayn, Ezz Eldeen Nahid Aloyutey, Anas Hamdan Salim Qadeeh

12. Yehia Ismail Rajab Aldaqoor, 22 years old

13. Mustafa Mohamed Samir Mahmoud Almasry, 22 years old

14. Ezz Eldeen Nahid Aloyutey, 23 years old

15. Mahmoud Mustafa Ahmed Assaf, 23 years old

16. Ahmed Fayez Harb Shahadah, 23 years old

17. Ahmed Awad Allah, 24 years old

18. Khalil Ismail Khalil Mansor, 25 years old

19. Mohamed Ashraf Abu Sitta, 26 years old

20. Bilal Ahmed Abu Diqah, 26 years old

21. Ahmed Majed Qaasim Ata Allah, 27 years old

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From left: Mahmoud Wael Mahmoud Jundeyah, Ibrahim Ahmed Alzarqa, Musab Yousef Abu Leilah, Jihad Mufid Al-Farra, Saeed Mohamed Abu Alkheir, Mohamed Hasan Mustafa Alabadilah (screengrab)

22. Mahmoud Rabah Abu Maamar, 28 years old

23.Musab Yousef Abu Leilah, 28 years old

24. Ahmed Fawzy Altetr, 28 years old

25. Mohamed Abdelrahman Meqdad, 28 years old

26. Obaidah Salim Farhan, 30 years old

27. Jihad Mufid Al-Farra, 30 years old

28. Fadi Hassan Abu Salah, 30 years old

29. Motaz Bassam Kamil Al-Nunu, 31 years old

30. Mohammed Riyad Abdulrahman Alamudi, 31 years old

31. Jihad Mohammed Othman Mousa, 31 years old

32. Shahir Mahmoud Mohammed Almadhoon, 32 years old

33. Mousa Jabr Abdulsalam Abu Hasnayn, 35 years old

From left: Shahir Mahmoud Mohammed Almadhoon, Khalil Ismail Khalil Mansor, Mahmoud Saber Hamad Abu Taeemah, Mohamed Ashraf Abu Sitta, Mustafa Mohamed Samir Mahmoud Almasry, Obaidah Salim Farhan (screengrab)

34. Mohammed Mahmoud Abdulmoti Abdal’al, 39 years old

35. Ahmed Mohammed Ibrahim Hamdan, 27 years old

36. Ismail Khalil Ramadhan Aldaahuk, 30 years old

37. Ahmed Mahmoud Mohammed Alrantisi, 27 years old

38. Alaa Alnoor Ahmed Alkhatib, 28 years old

39. Mahmoud Yahya Abdawahab Hussain, 24 years old

40. Ahmed Abdullah Aladini, 30 years old

41. Saadi Said Fahmi Abu Salah, 16 years old

42. Ahmed Zahir Hamid Alshawa, 24 years old

43. Mohammed Hani Hosni Alnajjar, 33 years old

44. Fadl Mohamed Ata Habshy, 34 years old

45. Mokhtar Kaamil Salim Abu Khamash, 23 years old

46. Mahmoud Wael Mahmoud Jundeyah, 21 years old

47. Abdulrahman Sami Abu Mattar, 18 years old

48. Ahmed Salim Alyaan Aljarf, 26 years old

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From left: Mohammed Hani Hosni Alnajjar, Yehia Ismail Rajab Aldaqoor, Mohammed Riyad Abdulrahman Alamudi, Ahmed Adel Musa Alshaer, Fadl Mohamed Ata Habshy, Ismail Khalil Ramadhan Aldaahuk (screengrab)

49. Mahmoud Sulayman Ibrahim Aql, 32 years old

50. Mohamed Hasan Mustafa Alabadilah, 25 years old

51. Kamil Jihad Kamil Mihna, 19 years old

52. Mahmoud Saber Hamad Abu Taeemah, 23 years old

53. Ali Mohamed Ahmed Khafajah, 21 years old

54. Abdelsalam Yousef Abdelwahab, 39 years old

55. Mohamed Samir Duwedar, 27 years old

56. Talal Adel Ibrahim Mattar, 16 years old

57. Omar Jomaa Abu Ful, 30 years old

58. Nasser Ahmed Mahmoud Ghrab, 51 years old

59. Bilal Badeer Hussein Al-Ashram, 18 years old

60 – 62: Unidentified

Note: You can see the real stats on deaths at ifamericansknew. I read a few of the Hasbara (Zionist paid commentators on articles that are Not in favor of Israel policies) comments on this post such as: “But wait, Palestinians kill Jews”


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