Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Murder in Gaza


The War Crime committed against has gone virtually unremarked amongs our political class and its hireling lickspittle media. Yet on my Twitter alone more than 1m people in not 36 hours have engaged with it. The MSM is a doomed hollowed out shell. This is the future
This was Palestinian Medic Razan al-Najjar moments before being murdered by an Israeli sniper

The Israeli army can release a thousand lies and right wing orgs in the US can smear anyone who dares to speak up, but this is truth millions see: Razan, before she was executed by Israeli sniper fire, with her hands up, clearly dressed as a nurse, simply trying to do her job


This is how US media describes a murder



A Source of Positivity All the Time”: Remembering Palestinian Medic Razan al-Najjar, Killed by IDF



Witnesses say Israeli soldiers shot dead 21-year-old Palestinian medic Razan al-Najjar as she ran toward the border fence to provide medical aid to a wounded protester.

Since nonviolent protests began at the end of March, Israeli soldiers have killed at least 119 people, including 14 children. More than 13,000 have been wounded.

It was clear to everybody that she was a paramedic, that that was murder. I mean, that was a crime committed before cameras,” said Dr. Medhat Abbas, director of Al-Shifa Hospital, the largest medical facility in the Gaza Strip.

We also speak with Najjar’s cousin, Dalia al-Najjar, who says the response of the international community to the Gaza crisis has been “really disappointing,” and notes the U.S. vetoed a draft U.N. resolution urging the protection of Palestinians on Friday, the same day Najjar was killed.

It’s a shameful side that the United States decided to take.”



Analyzing the Gaza Protest With Dr Marcus Papadopoulos



Before you prejudge this interview be sure to listen to the entirety. Dr Marcus Papadopoulos is a Historian with a deep understanding of the sufferings of the Jewish People in the Holocaust but he takes this passion and apples it to modern times examining the sufferrings of the Palestinians.

Dr. Papadopoulos also knows and is against Hamas noting that this group is clearly a terrorist organization that backed the fight against President Assad of Syria.

Here is Max Blumenthal with Chris Hedges

Max Blumenthal, Director and Writer of “Killing Gaza,” and Dan Cohen, Cinematographer and Editor of “Killing Gaza,” discuss their documentary “Killing Gaza” that details the Israeli War crimes committed against the people in Gaza.


Meanwhile, these are the suggestions from the zionist think-tank DEBKA, for deterrring their own creation




Give up tit-for-tat operations and switch to surprise attacks. Palestinian terror chiefs routinely head for bunkers before launching rockets and mortars.
  1. The IDF has no cause to boast about its “restraint” in the face of Palestinian attacks. Hamas sees it as a sign of weakness and a license to carry on within certain limits, i.e., only terrorizing the communities adjoining the Gaza Strip, not such towns as Ashkelon, Ashdod or Gedera.

  2. Enact a policy that distinguishes between the threat from Gaza and its distressed population. IDF officers maintain that the territory’s humanitarian crisis must be addressed as a precondition for solving the security issue. This recipe is muddled and will achieve neither objective. Each security issue should be addressed separately under the charge of an officer and team, in the same way that the IDF dealt with the terror tunnels.

  3. Israel can’t afford to be scared off from doing what is necessary for its citizens’ security by hostile criticism, whether from foreign sources, domestic media or local politicians claiming to speak for the Israeli Arab community. Hamas and the Palestinians at large have managed paradoxically to build up an image of both heroic aggressors and victims. Israel does not have that luxury.

  4. Hamas’ “March of Return” – the cover slogan for its escalating violence from the Gaza Strip – can be addressed. An Israel force could cross over in a single night and dismantle Hamas’ symbolic tent city, block the roads leading to it, plow up the ground, and head back. Israeli soldiers have no business to stay any longer in the Palestinian enclave.

  5. Because the Israeli air force goes into action only after Palestinian rocket, mortar or other form of aggression, the aircraft strike empty buildings. This tactic is futile except perhaps as training exercises for IAF pilots. Instead, the air strikes should systematically and without prior notice bomb the military infrastructure of Hamas, Islamic Jihad and other terrorist groups in the same way that Israel engages Iranian facilities in Syria. Every couple of days, the IDF – and not just the air force – should smash a base, a convoy, an arms and ordinance depot, a command post, a training camp, or a foundry for producing rockets and other weapons. Only when Hamas understands that its command and operational backbone is being progressively demolished, will it grasp that Israel is seriously intent on obliterating it as a terrorist organization. Blowing up the terror tunnels achieved only half the job when Hamas’ other tools of aggression were left intact.

  6. The incendiary kites ravaging Israeli farm crops and woodland for the past month must be stopped forthwith. They have already turned thousands of dunams of crops and green vegetation into grey wasteland. Gady Yarkoni, head of the Eshkol District Council, one of the worst hit, urged the IDF on Sunday to start shooting at the individuals releasing the kites and destroy facilities producing them. The kite assault, often more damaging than rockets, should be treated as terror in every sense of the word, he said.

  7. The agents of Egyptian General Intelligence with responsibility for the Gaza Strip cannot be relied on for help in cracking down on Palestinian terror. Not just indifferent, they are not averse to seeing the IDF’s helplessness for dealing with Gazan violence. Instead of restraining the Palestinian rocket teams, when they happen, the Egyptians pack their bags and decamp to a safe distance, keeping an eye on events from Cairo or El-Arish.

  8. Some Israeli sources attached the blame for the latest round of rocket fire on Saturday night, June 2, to “rogue organizations” in Gaza. This is pure fantasy. Hamas is itself a rogue organization.

  9. As for the widespread call by many Israelis, including IDF officers, to relieve the hardships of the Gazan population, this would be more effectively addressed from a different perspective rather than tied in with the security challenge. It may be recalled that all Israeli efforts in the past to establish organized industry and farming sectors in Gaza were gutted by Hamas as “Zionist creations.” Since withdrawing from the territory in 2007, Israel is not responsible for its well-being which belongs to the Palestinian Authority based in Ramallah. If Israel nonetheless chooses to take part in the effort to improve the living conditions for two million distressed Gazans, the most effective way would be to establish an international mechanism with representatives from Europe and friendly Arab governments such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt, the UAE, as a conduit for assistance.

    It would not be the first time. An Israeli-Qatari entity of this kind worked for a while before it broke down. In recent years, every time Israel has transferred essential products to Gaza for the general population, the fuel, building materials, fresh foodstuffs and medicines were impounded by Hamas officials and transferred to its armed wing, the Ezz-a-Din al-Qassam. Some were funneled to shops and sold for hard cash.


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