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NEWS DIGEST: Israeli Extermination in Gaza!

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Maisoon  ميسون
 
 
OVER  1900  HOLOCAUSTED Gazans and counting- remember there are still bodies that have not been recovered from the destruction of buildings/homes, many unaccounted for.
Over 400 children., that is 1/3rd of dead victims
 Over 61 Entire Families murdered
OVER 9390 Injured, MAIMED, Loss of Limbs
6150 homes destroyed
schools destroyed, 50 mosques destroyed, Hospitals attacked, Courthouses, Universities, Clinics bombed
Various Refugee Camps bombed
Many killed today Monday 4th
 
 
http://www.palestine-info.co.uk             
 
 
 
http://uprootedpalestinians.blogspot.com                    
 
 
 
 

No mention of attacks on mosques on the Zionist mainstream media, or from UN Ban Ki  Moon or all their Zionist Political Scum. More importantly not a bloody word from any  Muslim or Arab Leaders about this or about the nearly 2000 dead Palestinians and still counting, or the  9500 injured/maimed Palestinians.
 
They were more concerned for  the buildings/shelters  owned by UNRWA,  but not  the actual lives  killed in them   especially after the UN official told them numerous times that civilians were seeking refuge there and Israel immediately targeted them after all, one bomb kills many. THAT is the mindset  the Evil that is Israel. The West does not give a damn about the Human Life lost to Israel’s military indiscriminate Barbarism and so neither do they care that religious places, Hospitals, clinics and Non UNRWA schools have also been targeted and destroyed. If Hamas had indeed targeted ‘Sinagogues’, there would have been untold outrage right across the Western world with condemnations galore and accusations of Anti Semiticism or racism against the shitty Talmudic religion.
 
I think it was unwise to use this title for this article because some ignorant people who would not bother to actually read the contents of the article would presume that Hamas indeed did bomb Synagogues.
 
Hams should target Military Camps, Government Buildings and disrupt airports  I would also like to see them target those Bastards sitting at the top of the hill watching their Israeli IOF Holoacusting Gaza with their American/British/German supplied Weapons of Mass Destruction
 

BREAKING NEWS: HAMAS BOMBS 50 ISRAELI SYNAGOGUES

 
 
GAZA CITY (Ma’an) — Israel has destroyed or severely damaged over 50 mosques since its assault on Gaza began, a Hamas official said Tuesday.
 
Undersecretary of the Ministry of Endowments in Gaza, Hassan al-Saifi, said over 50 mosques have been targeted.Israel does not distinguish between targeting militants, civilians, hospitals, mosques, and cemeteries, al-Saifi told Ma’an, adding that he is afraid that schools may be targeted in the coming days.
 
“People are buried in mass graves or in used family graves,” he said, adding that hospital morgues can no longer accommodate the growing number of casualties.
 
Cemeteries are nearly impossible to reach due to heightened insecurity, he said.
 
·         ‘Iran ready to fully support Palestine’
 
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Moshe Feiglin calls for concentration camps in Gaza and 'conquest of Gaza Strip'

 
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2715466/Israeli-official-calls-concentration-camps-Gaza-conquest-entire-Gaza-Strip-annihilation-fighting-forces-supporters.html An Israeli official has called for concentration camps in Gaza and ‘the conquest of the entire Gaza Strip, and annihilation of all fighting forces and their supporters’.
Moshe Feiglin, Deputy Speaker of the Israeli Knesset and member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s ruling Likud Party, posted the inflammatory message on his Facebook page at the weekend.  
 
He lays out a detailed plan for the destruction of Gaza -  which includes shipping its residents across the world - in a letter he addressed to the Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
 
The message, which received more than 2,000 likes on his page, lists four action points which he wants to be enforced as soon as possible.
Feiglin details the first one as 'defining the enemy' and states: 'The strategic enemy is extremist Arab Islam in all its varieties, from Iran to Gaza, which seeks to annihilate Israel in its entirety. The immediate enemy is Hamas. (Not the tunnels, not the rockets, but Hamas.)'
He says another important part of his plan is the 'conquest of the entire Gaza Strip, and annihilation of all fighting forces and their supporters.' 
The Gaza war, now in its fourth week, has left more than 1,800 Palestinians dead. 
Feiglin details how he wants the Israeli PM 'to turn Gaza into Jaffa, a flourishing Israeli city with a minimum number of hostile civilians.' 
 
In 1948 Jaffa was a Palestinian town but there was an exodus of most of its Arab population when it fell to the fledgling Israeli army and right-wing Jewish militias. 
 In the letter he expresses his desire for the IDF to find areas on the Sinai border to establish 'tent encampments...until relevant emigration destinations are determined.'
He says that the supply of electricity and water to the Gaza would be disconnected before being 'shelled with maximum fire power.'
 
Feiglin explains how the IDF would then 'exterminate nests of resistance, in the event that any should remain.'
 
 Establish 'tent encampments...until relevant emigration destinations are determined'
Part of his plan includes shipping the people living in Gaza across the world. 
 
He says to encourage the movement those who willingly agree to emigrate will be given 'a generous economic support package.'
 
But those who resist leaving their home will be required to publicly sign a declaration of loyalty to Israel, and receive a blue ID card similar to that of the Arabs of East Jerusalem.
Then Israeli law will be extended to cover the entire Gaza Strip and 'the city of Gaza and its suburbs will be rebuilt as true Israeli touristic and commercial cities.' 
 
A second Gaza ceasefire collapsed in just six minutes this morning after an Israeli F16 jet destroyed a house in a beach-side refugee camp, killing an eight-year-old girl and wounding dozens.
Israel announced the temporary ceasefire to facilitate the entry of humanitarian aid and allow some of the hundreds of thousands of Palestinians displaced by an almost four-week-old war to go home.
 
Hamas said it would not be observing the truce, and warned people to exercise extreme caution when venturing out onto the streets after earlier temporary ceasefire arrangements collapsed into a frenzy of bloodshed.
Feiglin’s Facebook page is verifiable as it is linked from his official page on the Knesset website.
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In our Bizarro World, “Judeo-Nazism” is for real
The Israelis and their international amen corner are increasingly open about this: arecent articlein the Times of Israel – since taken down – was quite explicit in averring that Israel’s “right of self-defense” includes the option of wiping out the entire population of Gaza.
 
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,” paved the way for an even more massive slaughter. The invasion and conquest of Iraq – which was supposed to augur what George W. Bush hailed as a “global democratic revolution” – instead ushered in a new era of chaos, bloodshed, and tyranny in the region.
 
And in the year 2014, the state of Israel, founded in large part as a reaction to the Holocaust, has embarked on a policy of genocide in Gaza.
 
 
 
 
History is full of ironies: World War I, marketed to Americans as a “ war to end all wars (Preview)
 
Play
 
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World War I: The War to End All Wars (Britannica.com)
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****CLICK HERE for RELATED CONTENT**** World War I - http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9110198/World-War-I?source=youtube_68611 Paris Peace Conference -
 
http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9058491/Paris-Peace-Conference?source=youtube_68611 Treaty of Versailles -
 
http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9075152/Treaty-of-Versailles?source=youtube_68611 Woodrow Wilson -
 
http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9077135/Woodrow-Wilson?source=youtube_68611) League of Nations -
 
http://www.britannica.com/eb/article-9055027/League-of-Nations?source=youtube_68611 FREE TRIAL -
 
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,” paved the way for an even more massive slaughter. The invasion and conquest of Iraq – which was supposed to augur what George W. Bush hailed as a “global democratic revolution” – instead ushered in a new era of chaos, bloodshed, and tyranny in the region.
And in the year 2014, the state of Israel, founded in large part as a reaction to the Holocaust, has embarked on a policy of genocide in Gaza.
 
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August 4, 2014
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By Ali Jarbawi 
Birzeit University • Palestine 
 
"There is now an extremist, racist ideological current in Israel that not only justifies the recent onslaught on the Gaza Strip, but actually encourages the use of enormous and disproportionate violence against civilians, which has led to the extermination of entire families."
 
A Palestinian father mourns his son who was killed Aug. 3 in the Israeli bombing of a United Nation shelter for civilians in Rafah.
 
A Palestinian father comforts his son after their relative was killed in the Israeli bombing of a United Nations shelter for Palestinians in Rafah, Aug. 3.
 
RAMALLAH, WEST BANK — Centuries of European colonialism have provided the world with certain basic lessons about subjugating colonized peoples: The longer any colonial occupation endures, the greater the settlers’ racism and extremism tends to grow. This is especially true if the occupiers encounter resistance; at that point, the occupied population becomes an obstacle that must either be forced to submit or removed through expulsion or murder.

In the eyes of an occupying power, the humanity of those under its thumb depends on the degree of their submission to, or collaboration with, the occupation. If the occupied population chooses to stand in the way of the occupier’s goals, then they are demonized, which allows the occupier the supposed moral excuse of confronting them with all possible means, no matter how harsh. The Israeli occupation of Palestine is one of the only remaining settler-colonial occupations in the world today.

And it is not limited to East Jerusalem and the West Bank: Although Israel withdrew its settlers and army from Gaza in 2005, it is still recognized by the United Nations as an occupying power, due to its complete control of Gaza’s airspace, sea access and of almost all of its land borders.

Over the years, Israel has used all forms of pressure to prevent the Palestinians from achieving their national rights and gaining independence. It hasn’t been enough for Israelis to believe their own claims about Palestinians; they have sought incessantly to impose this narrative on the world and to have it adopted by their Western allies.

Unsurprisingly, all of this has led to complete shamelessness in mainstream Israeli rhetoric about Palestinians. After all, if one is not held accountable, then one has the freedom to think — and do — what one wants. With no internal or external checks, one can act with impunity.

The Israeli left is a relic, all but extinct, and the extremist right is entrenched in the Israeli political establishment. Attacking the Palestinians has become officially sanctioned policy, embedded in Israeli public consciousness and politely ignored in Western political circles.

There is now an extremist, racist ideological current in Israel that not only justifies the recent onslaught on the Gaza Strip, but actually encourages the use of enormous and disproportionate violence against civilians, which has led to the extermination of entire families.

Moshe Feiglin, deputy speaker of the Knesset, recently called on the Israeli army to attack and occupy Gaza, paying no heed to anything but the safety of Israeli soldiers. He then demanded that Gaza be annexed to Israel, and asked the army to use all means at its disposal to “conquer” Gaza, by which he meant that obedient Palestinians would be allowed to stay, while the rest — the majority — should be exiled to the Sinai Peninsula. This cannot be understood as anything less than a call for ethnic cleansing.

Ayelet Shaked, a Knesset member for the Jewish Home Party, a member of the governing coalition, called on the Israeli army to destroy the homes of terrorist “snakes,” and to murder their mothers as well, so that they would not be able to bring “little snakes” into the world.

And Mordechai Kedar, a professor at Bar Ilan University, publicly suggested that raping the mothers and sisters of “terrorists” might deter further terrorism. The university did not take any measures against him.

Such statements are no longer isolated incidents, but reflective of the general sentiment within a country where chants of “Kill the Arabs” are increasingly common. It is no longer an aberration to hear these opinions expressed in public, or by politicians and academics. What is unexpected — and unacceptable — is that such statements are not met with any sort of condemnation in official Western circles that claim to oppose racism and extremism.

The rise in Israeli racism and extremism against Palestinians would not have happened without the unconditional support that Israel receives from its allies, most significantly the United States.

Israel cannot continue to be the exception to the rule of international law and human rights. The international community must hold it accountable for its rhetoric and its actions, and begin to treat it like all other countries. It should not be allowed to continue to enjoy its state of exceptionalism and to use this to wreak destruction on the Palestinian people.

After 47 years of occupation, two decades of stalled peace talks and almost eight years of a strangulating siege of the Gaza Strip, the international community must demand that Israel clearly state what it intends to do with its occupation of the Palestinian people. Since the Palestinians are not the occupiers, but rather those living under occupation, this question cannot be asked of them.

If Israel wants to continue its occupation and hinder Palestinians’ path to freedom and independence, then it should be aware that the Palestinian people will continue to resist with all the means at their disposal. If Israel intends to end the occupation, then it will find that the Palestinians are more than ready for an agreement.

What the Palestinians are enduring today in Gaza should be a clarion call for the entire world to end the bloodshed. But it will take more than a cease-fire. It will take peace. And peace cannot happen without an end to the occupation.

This article was translated from the Arabic by Ghenwa Hayek. Emphasis and links supplied.
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