RT – Initial reports on the attack came on Friday, with AFP citing local officials and medics as saying that 15 women were killed and 50 more injured.
Konashenkov noted that such incidents bear the mark of war crimes. “These deadly attacks on civilian areas, which have all the marks of war crimes, are becoming almost a daily routine for the international coalition.”
The spokesman also noted that civilians and civilian infrastructure are increasingly finding themselves in the crosshairs of the coalition bombardment. “Too often weddings, funerals, hospitals, police stations, and humanitarian convoys are being hit by the coalition warplanes,”Konashenkov said. Russian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Maria Zakharova also weighed in, slamming the coalition’s action. CONTINUE READING
GULF NEWS – There is no doubt that Israel is stoking the fire of the ‘habbah’, by escalating punitive measures, drawing from a premise that blood breeds blood, while insisting on a security solution. This is a notion also supported by Israeli political analyst Eitan Haber who conceded that since former Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon and Rafael Eitan, a former Israeli general, came out with a military solution, Israel has fought big and small wars that have left thousands dead and wounded, Palestinians arrested, hundreds of homes demolished, a blockade and isolation imposed, and yet no military solution was found. He said there were periods of lull that lasted years, but the volcano would again erupt. CONTINUE READING
Sabba – The article quotes a police officer complaining having to do things which have nothing to do with police work like “guarding theaters and synagogues and churches”.
Fearing the judeophobic accusation, that police officer had to include churches in the list despite it being a lie, except for places such as Notre Dame de Paris which are more valued as a touristic attractions than places of worship.
I have it from very good sources that while the Police have been ordered not to care in the least about Churches, they have been acting as security guards to synagogues, jewish companies, jewish museums, jewish schools all over the territory for years, long long before the state of emergency had been put in place. CONTINUE READING