Posts Tagged Israeli aggression

100-year-old Bedouin Woman Left Homeless as Israel Continues Negev Demolitions

191255“Meanwhile, the Bedouin village of al-Araqib was demolished for the 109th time on Wednesday.”

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A Trip Down Memory Road: Were These Hamas Terrorist Chickens Firing Rockets?

SAM_0177This morning, when I was working on my post on Palestine, I stumbled across this old piece I posted in 2009 right after Operation Cast Lead. I remember how fresh my anger was at the time, my helpless fury over the hell of Gaza. The wickedness of Israeli war tactics were still relatively unknown to me at the time. The situation in Palestine was still relatively uncharted territory for me.

Soon after this original posting, Ken O’Keefe brought international attention to the situation of the al-Samouni family; if you recall, Israel killed 49 members of the Samouni family, after soldiers ordered them to gather into a single home, which was shelled several hours later. Wikipedia refers to the massacre of this family as part of  “the Zeitoun incident” ~ as if this slaughter of innocents were just happenstance.

In this photo essay, the terrorist chickens and the families who cared for them lived just down the road from the al-Samouni family ~ so close that it is no stretch of the imagination to believe that the wives of the farmers drank coffee together, their children playing together in that once beautiful, fertile countryside. (The Jews claim they made the Palestinian desert bloom! As IF!)

If you are in the mood to “reminisce”, please head to: Were These Hamas Terrorist Chickens Firing Rockets?

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‘Gaza in Context’ Film Takes Aim At Media Coverage of 2014 Gaza Attacks

Water-damages-11ED Noor: Above: Water collection then and now. A man collects water from a small container; behind him the former (newly built) water system for his area lies in ruins.  Gaza stat: In Gaza there are 1.8 M Palestinians of which 1.4 are homeless.

The extension of Israel’s broader policy towards all Palestinians.

This policy is guided by two principles:

  1. To obtain the maximum amount of Palestinian land with the minimum number of Palestinian people; and

  1. To concentrate a maximum number of Palestinians onto a minimum amount of land.

To view this excellent film and continue reading, head over HERE.

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