Unspeakable grief and horror
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But you see it wasn't the Israelis that killed the children.
Oh!  They did it.   They will have to accept the responsibility for the murders.
But the US taxpayer killed the children.
And the people who made the missiles and weapons.
They are the ones who really did the killings.
Kewe
The Story of Palestinians Childhoods
Najwa Sheikh in Gaza
March 18, 2008
As if the Israelis well practiced the devices and techniques to kill the hope inside us the Palestinians, the last operation in Gaza, proves that the killing machine of the Israelis is now created to put more pain and bitterness on the people of Gaza by targeting their small tiny buds, the innocent children, from infants up to toddlers, to even teenagers, and the only reason is that they are Palestinians.
Four boys killed while playing football
I still can not erase the images that stuck on my mind of the killed children of Dardouna family who were playing football in their house yard in Jabalia.
Like an addicted I was searching for the story details, as if the images with all its sorrow, grieve, and bloody color was not enough for me.
“I was playing with my cousins” said Yehya, “Suddenly we were targeted.   Ahmed’s head was far away from his body.   I did not feel my legs.   I was screaming as well as the other kids.   We were not kids anymore”
“I saw parts of my cousins bodies flies around me” the boy continued.
Unlike other fathers who mourn the death of their children, Ali’s father can not show his grief nor can he cries the death of his 8 years child.
The father is deaf and dumb.
All what left to him is a piece of his son cloth covered with blood that he holds tightly.
Anas Attalah
Anas Attalah, was in the dessert for a one year marriage.
His house received a missile from an F16.
The boy lost his father.
Two aunts, both grandparents and the mother was injured.
He was thrown away meters from his house, a three weeks old baby.
I still remember how tiny, peaceful, dreamful they are in this age.
“Nothing kept for Anas to remember his father.   Every thing was burned” the mother said
“I just want to ask what did my three weeks baby did the Israelis.   He is just a helpless baby”.
Anas is still in the hospital and doctors can not determine the size of damage that will affect Anas and his body for all of his life!
Mohamed Al Buri
Mohamed Al Buri five months old, was the light that added to his parents lives after five years of their attempts to have a child.
Their small house was full of toys even that needs years so the boy can play with.
All were left covered with dust and questions.
“Why my son was killed.   He was peacefully sleeping in his cradle.   I only have the chance to hold him for five months.   I was counting the days when he can say mother,” the grieved mother said.
Amira Aser
“The Israelis don’t think that I have suffered enough during the pregnancy and delivery time.”
“They wanted to put more sufferings and pain on me,” said Amira’s mother.
The 19 days old baby killed by shrapnel that hits her head in Khanyounis.
“I was holding her in my arms when the Israeli soldiers started to shoot at me.   A bullet hit into my shoulder.   They left me bleeding for three hours.   I though my baby was sleeping in my arms.”
“I only knew a day after when I wake up at the hospital and asked to see her.”
Unforgotten moments that were longer that the nine months of pregnancy, longer than the delivery pain, and longer than the 19 days of my daughter age!
These images are the last but not least, the circle of targeting what brought us happiness, hope and joy will continue, form Mohamed El Durra, to huda Ghalyia, to many other stories about children who are not children any more, and who are sentenced to death even before they are given the chance to grow up and to be what they are meant to be.
 
But you see it wasn't the Israelis that killed the children.
Oh!  They did it.   They will have to accept the responsibility for the murders.
But the US taxpayer killed the children.
And the people who made the missiles and weapons
They are the ones who really did the killings.
 
 
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Coverage of Palestine:   Complaint to BBC.
Felicity Arbuthnot     (Amended by TheWE.cc)
March 12, 2008    Date you read this
BBC Complaints,
PO Box 1922,
Glasgow G2 3WT
Dear BBC,
Re: Coverage of Palestine.
Greetings.
I am aware that in the minefield of Middle East politics, that if the BBC voices Arab views it is accused of being anti-Israel and if Israel's views are presented, the corporation is accused of being anti-Arab.
That said, the wall to wall coverage of the tragedy of the deaths of eight people at the Mercav Harev Yeshiva, did seem disproportionate, compared to the coverage of the onslaught on Gaza by Israeli forces, where figures differ, but it seems at least 116 were killed in under a week, reportedly one third children, including a twenty day old baby shot in the head, a twenty one month old, a five month old and children playing football blown to bits.
Homes and businesses demolished in an orgy of collective punishment, illegal under international law.
Yours sincerely,
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Coverage of Palestine:   Complaint to BBC.
Felicity Arbuthnot     (Amended by TheWE.cc)
March 12, 2008    Date you read this
BBC Complaints,
PO Box 1922,
Glasgow G2 3WT
Dear BBC,
Re: Coverage of Palestine.
Greetings.
I am aware that in the minefield of Middle East politics, that if the BBC voices Arab views it is accused of being anti-Israel and if Israel's views are presented, the corporation is accused of being anti-Arab.
That said, the wall to wall coverage of the tragedy of the deaths of eight people at the Mercav Harev Yeshiva, did seem disproportionate, compared to the coverage of the onslaught on Gaza by Israeli forces, where figures differ, but it seems at least 116 were killed in under a week, reportedly one third children, including a twenty day old baby shot in the head, a twenty one month old, a five month old and children playing football blown to bits.
Homes and businesses demolished in an orgy of collective punishment, illegal under international law.
Yours sincerely,
Place your name here.
Ask for a written reply.
Mail it off (If in the UK - post it)
Doesn't matter what date you read this, 1948, 2008, 200....
The BBC will get the message
Let's keep sending this message to the BBC, or whoever comes after, long after the Palestinian people have received their land back
Let the BBC never forget
Let us never forget
Mail your message today
 
 
 
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         As the Arabs see the Jews           
The American Magazine November, 1947:
His Majesty King Abdullah
"As the Arabs see the Jews"
I am especially delighted to address an American audience, for the tragic problem of Palestine will never be solved without American understanding, American sympathy, American support.
So many billions of words have been written about Palestine perhaps more than on any other subject in history that I hesitate to add to them.
Yet I am compelled to do so, for I am reluctantly convinced that the world in general, and America in particular, knows almost nothing of the true case for the Arabs.
We Arabs follow, perhaps far more than you think, the press of America.
We are frankly disturbed to find that for every word printed on the Arab side, a thousand are printed on the Zionist side.
There are many reasons for this.
You have many millions of Jewish citizens interested in this question.
Highly vocal in the ways of publicity
They are highly vocal and wise in the ways of publicity.
There are few Arab citizens in America, and we are as yet unskilled in the technique of modern propaganda.
The results have been alarming for us.
In your press we see a horrible caricature and are told it is our true portrait.
Israel army destroy huts
Hathaleen area south of Hebron,
West Bank
Houses near Jewish settlement
75 Palestinians displaced
In all justice, we cannot let this pass by default.
Our case is quite simple:  For nearly 2,000 years Palestine has been almost 100 per cent Arab.
It is still preponderantly Arab today, in spite of enormous Jewish immigration.
But if this immigration continues we shall soon be outnumbered minority in our home.
Palestine is a small and very poor country, about the size of your state of Vermont.
Its Arab population is only about 1,200,000.
Already we have had forced on us, against our will, some 600,000 Zionist Jews.
We are threatened with many hundreds of thousands more.
Exactly the same position you in America take
Our position is so simple and natural that we are amazed it should even be questioned.
It is exactly the same position you in America take in regard to the unhappy European Jews.
You are sorry for them, but you do not want them in your country.
We do not want them in ours, either.
Not because they are Jews, but because they are foreigners.
We would not want hundreds of thousands of foreigners in our country, be they Englishmen or Norwegians or Brazilians or whatever.
Think for a moment:  In the last 25 years we have had one third of our entire population forced upon us.
In America that would be the equivalent of 45,000,000 complete strangers admitted to your country, over your violent protest, since 1921.
How would you have reacted to that?
Israel army destroy Bedouin homes
Hathaleen area south of Hebron, West Bank
Homes near Jewish settlement
75 Palestinians displaced
Blind nationalists and heartless anti-Semites
Because of our perfectly natural dislike of being overwhelmed in our own homeland, we are called blind nationalists and heartless anti- Semites.
This charge would be ludicrous were it not so dangerous.
No people on earth have been less "anti-Semitic" than the Arabs.
The persecution of the Jews has been confined almost entirely to the Christian nations of the West.
Jews, themselves, will admit that never since the Great Dispersion did Jews develop so freely and reach such importance as in Spain when it was an Arab possession.
Lived in complete peace and friendliness with their Arab neighbours
With very minor exceptions, Jews have lived for many centuries in the Middle East, in complete peace and friendliness with their Arab neighbours.
Damascus, Baghdad, Beirut and other Arab centres have always contained large and prosperous Jewish colonies.
Until the Zionist invasion of Palestine began, these Jews received the most generous treatment, far better than in Christian Europe.
Now, unhappily, for the first time in history, these Jews are beginning to feel the effects of Arab resistance to the Zionist assault.
Most of them are as anxious as Arabs to stop it.
Most of these Jews who have found happy homes among us present, as we do, the coming of these strangers.
"Always been a Jewish land."
I was puzzled for a long time about the odd belief which apparently persists in America that Palestine has somehow "always been a Jewish land."
Recently an American I talked to cleared up this mystery.
He pointed out that the only things most Americans know about Palestine are what they read in the Bible.
It was a Jewish land in those days, they reason, and they assume it has always remained so.
Nothing could be farther from the truth.
It is absurd to reach so far back into the mists of history to argue about who should have Palestine today, and I apologise for it.
Yet the Jews do this, and I must reply to their "historic claim."
Druze, village of Magdel Shams
Golan Heights
Demonstration against
US / Israel occupation
Seek return to Syrian rule
Strange sight of people claiming land because ancestors lived there 2,000 years ago!
I wonder if the world has ever seen a stranger sight than a group of people seriously pretending to claim a land because their ancestors lived there some 2,000 years ago!
If you suggest that I am biased, I invite you to read any sound history of the period and verify the facts.
Such fragmentary records as we have indicate that the Jews were wandering nomads from Iraq who moved to southern Turkey, came south to Palestine, stayed there a short time, and then passed to Egypt, where they remained about 400 years.
About 1300 BC (according to your calendar) they left Egypt and gradually conquered most "but not all" of the inhabitants of Palestine.
Philistines "not the Jews" gave their name to the country:  "Palestine"
"Palestine" is merely the Greek form of "Philistia."
It is significant that the Philistines "not the Jews" gave their name to the country:  "Palestine" is merely the Greek form of "Philistia."
Only once, during the empire of David and Solomon, did the Jews ever control nearly "but not all "the land which is today Palestine.
This empire lasted only 70 years, ending in 926 BC.
Only 250 years later the Kingdom of Judah had shrunk to a small province around Jerusalem, barely a quarter of modern Palestine.
In 63 BC the Jews were conquered by Roman Pompey, and never again had even the vestige of independence.
The Roman Emperor Hadrian finally wiped them out about 135 AD.
Israel army kills young boy playing football
Funeral February 29, 2008
Death caused by US taxpayers
Israel army killing expenses paid for by US taxpayers
He utterly destroyed Jerusalem, rebuilt under another name, and for hundreds of years no Jew was permitted to enter it.
A handful of Jews remained in Palestine but the vast majority were killed or scattered to other countries, in the Diaspora, or the Great Dispersion.
From that time Palestine ceased to be a Jewish country, in any conceivable sense.
This was 1,815 years ago, and yet the Jews solemnly pretend they still own Palestine!
How the map of the world would dance about
If such fantasy were allowed, how the map of the world would dance about!
Italians might claim England, which the Romans held so long.
England might claim France, "homeland" of the conquering Normans.
And the French Normans might claim Norway, where their ancestors originated.
And incidentally, we Arabs might claim Spain, which we held for 700 years.
Many Mexicans might claim Spain, "homeland" of their forefathers.
They might even claim Texas, which was Mexican until 100 years ago.
And suppose the American Indians claimed the "homeland" of which they were the sole, native, and ancient occupants until only some 450 years ago!
I am not being facetious.
All these claims are just as "or just as fantastic" as the Jewish "historic connection" with Palestine.
Most are more valid.
Great Moslem expansion
In any event, the great Moslem expansion about 650 AD finally settled things.
It dominated Palestine completely.
From that day on, Palestine was solidly Arabic in population, language, and religion.
When British armies entered the country during the last war, they found 500,000 Arabs and only 65,000 Jews.
If solid, uninterrupted Arab occupation for nearly 1,300 years does not make a country "Arab", what does?
The Jews say, and rightly, that Palestine is the home of their religion.
It is likewise the birthplace of Christianity, but would any Christian nation claim it on that account?
Wife grieves over husband killed
US Israel gaza attack
Death caused by US taxpayers
Israel army killing expenses paid for by US taxpayers
In passing, let me say that the Christian Arabs "and there are many hundreds of thousands of them in the Arab World "are in absolute agreement with all other Arabs in opposing the Zionist invasion of Palestine.
May I also point out that Jerusalem is, after Mecca and Medina, the holiest place in Islam.
Moslems prayed toward Jerusalem instead of Mecca
In fact, in the early days of our religion, Moslems prayed toward Jerusalem instead of Mecca.
The Jewish "religious claim" to Palestine is as absurd as the "historic claim."
The Holy Places, sacred to three great religions, must be open to all, the monopoly of none.
Let us not confuse religion and politics.
Inhumane and heartless
We are told that we are inhumane and heartless because do not accept with open arms the perhaps 200,000 Jews in Europe who suffered so frightfully under Nazi cruelty, and who even now "almost three years after wars end" still languish in cold, depressing camps.
Let me underline several facts.
Unimaginable persecution by a Christian nation in the West
The unimaginable persecution of the Jews was not done by the Arabs:  it was done by a Christian nation in the West.
The war which ruined Europe and made it almost impossible for these Jews to rehabilitate themselves was fought by the Christian nations of the West.
The rich and empty portions of the earth belong, not to the Arabs, but to the Christian nations of the West.
And yet, to ease their consciences, these Christian nations of the West are asking Palestine "a poor and tiny Moslem country of the East" to accept the entire burden.
"We have hurt these people terribly," cries the West to the East.  "Will you please take care of them for us?"
We are a generous people
We find neither logic nor justice in this. Are we therefore "cruel and heartless nationalists"?
We are a generous people:  we are proud that "Arab hospitality" is a phrase famous throughout the world.
We are a humane people:  no one was shocked more than we by the Hitlerite terror.
No one pities the present plight of the desperate European Jews more than we.
But we say that Palestine has already sheltered 600,000 refugees.
We believe that is enough to expect of us "even too much.
We believe it is now the turn of the rest of the world to accept some of them.
I will be entirely frank with you.
There is one thing the Arab world simply cannot understand.
America is most insistent that something be done for these suffering Jews of Europe
Of all the nations of the earth, America is most insistent that something be done for these suffering Jews of Europe.
US Israel attacks killing and maiming the people of Gaza continues
Death and injuries caused by US taxpayers
Expenses paid for by US taxpayers
This feeling does credit to the humanity for which America is famous, and to that glorious inscription on your Statue of Liberty.
And yet this same America "the richest, greatest, most powerful nation the world has ever known "refuses to accept more than a token handful of these same Jews herself!
I hope you will not think I am being bitter about this.
Mysterious paradox
I have tried hard to understand that mysterious paradox, and I confess I cannot.
Nor can any other Arab.
Perhaps you have been informed that "the Jews in Europe want to go to no other place except Palestine."
This myth is one of the greatest propaganda triumphs of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, the organisation which promotes with fanatic zeal the emigration to Palestine.
It is a subtle half-truth, thus doubly dangerous.
The astounding truth is that nobody on earth really knows where these unfortunate Jews really want to go!
You would think that in so grave a problem, the American, British, and other authorities responsible for the European Jews would have made a very careful survey, probably by vote, to find out where each Jew actually wants to go.
Amazingly enough this has never been done!
The Jewish Agency has prevented it.
Some time ago the American Military Governor in Germany was asked at a press conference how he was so certain that all Jews there wanted to go to Palestine.
His answer was simple: "My Jewish advisors tell me so."
He admitted no poll had ever been made.
Preparations were indeed begun for one, but the Jewish Agency stepped in to stop it.
Zionist pressure campaign
The truth is that the Jews in German camps are now subjected to a Zionist pressure campaign which learned much from the Nazi terror.
It is dangerous for a Jew to say that he would rather go to some other country, not Palestine.
Such dissenters have been severely beaten, and worse.
Not long ago, in Palestine, nearly 1,000 Austrian Jews informed the international refugee organisation that they would like to go back to Austria, and plans were made to repatriate them.
The Jewish Agency heard of this, and exerted enough political pressure to stop it.
It would be bad propaganda for Zionism if Jews began leaving Palestine.
12 years old
Shoukri Nasr Khoudair
Injured by US
Israel army attack
US Israel army wounding and killings paid for by US taxpayers
The nearly 1,000 Austrian are still there, against their will.
European Jews are Western in culture and outlook
The fact is that most of the European Jews are Western in culture and outlook, entirely urban in experience and habits.
They cannot really have their hearts set on becoming pioneers in the barren, arid, cramped land which is Palestine.
One thing, however, is undoubtedly true.
As matters stand now, most refugee Jews in Europe would, indeed, vote for Palestine, simply because they know no other country will have them.
If you or I were given a choice between a near-prison camp for the rest of our lives "or Palestine" we would both choose Palestine, too.
But open up any other alternative to them "give them any other choice, and see what happens!
No poll, however, will be worth anything unless the nations of the earth are willing to open their doors "just a little" to the Jews.
In other words, if in such a poll a Jew says he wants to go to Sweden, Sweden must be willing to accept him.
If he votes for America, you must let him come in.
Any other kind of poll would be a farce.
For the desperate Jew, this is no idle testing of opinion: this is a grave matter of life or death.
Unless he is absolutely sure that his vote means something, he will always vote for Palestine, so as not to risk his bird in the hand for one in the bush.
In any event, Palestine can accept no more.
The 65,000 Jews in Palestine in 1918 have jumped to 600,000 today.
We Arabs have increased, too, but not by immigration.
The Jews were then a mere 11 per cent of our population.
Today they are one third of it.
The rate of increase has been terrifying.
In a few more years "unless stopped now" it will overwhelm us, and we shall be an important minority in our own home.
Surely the rest of the wide world is rich enough and generous enough to find a place or 200,000 Jews "about one third the number that tiny, poor Palestine has already sheltered.
For the rest of the world, it is hardly a drop in the bucket.
For us it means national suicide.
Told Arab standard of living has improved
We are sometimes told that since the Jews came to Palestine, the Arab standard of living has improved.
US Israel attacks killing and maiming the people of Gaza continues
Death and injuries caused by US taxpayers
Expenses paid for by US taxpayers
US Israel empty bullet cartridges
This is a most complicated question.
But let us even assume, for the argument, that it is true.
We would rather be a bit poorer, and masters of our own home.
Is this unnatural?
The sorry story of the so-called "Balfour Declaration," which started Zionist immigration into Palestine, is too complicated to repeat here in detail.
It is grounded in broken promises to the Arabs "promises made in cold print which admit no denying.
We utterly deny its validity.
Great Britain to give away Arab land
We utterly deny the right of Great Britain to give away Arab land for a "national home" for an entirely foreign people.
Even the League of Nations sanction does not alter this.
At the time, not a single Arab state was a member of the League.
We were not allowed to say a word in our own defense.
I must point out, again in friendly frankness, that America was nearly as responsible as Britain for this Balfour Declaration.
Wilson approved, American Congress adopted it word for word
President Wilson approved it before it was issued, and the American Congress adopted it word for word in a joint resolution on 30th June, 1922.
In the 1920s, Arabs were annoyed and insulted by Zionist immigration, but not alarmed by it.
It was steady, but fairly small, as even the Zionist founders thought it would remain.
Indeed for some years, more Jews left Palestine than entered it, in 1927 almost twice as many.
But two new factors, entirely unforeseen by Britain or the League or America or the most fervent Zionist, arose in the early thirties to raise the immigration to undreamed heights.
One was the World Depression; the second the rise of Hitler.
In 1932, the year before Hitler came to power, only 9,500 Jews came to Palestine.
We did not welcome them, but we were not afraid that, at that rate, our solid Arab majority would ever be in danger.
But the next year "the year of Hitler" it jumped to 30,000!
In 1934 it was 42,000!
In 1935 it reached 61,000!
It was no longer the orderly arrival of idealist Zionists.
Rather, all Europe was pouring its frightened Jews upon us.
Then, at last, we, too, became frightened.
We knew that unless this enormous influx stopped, we were, as Arabs, doomed in our Palestine homeland.
And we have not changed our minds.
America responsible for the whole Zionist move and specifically for the present terrorism
I have the impression that many Americans believe the trouble in Palestine is very remote from them, that America had little to do with it, and that your only interest now is that of a humane bystander.
I believe that you do not realise how directly you are, as a nation, responsible in general for the whole Zionist move and specifically for the present terrorism.
I call this to your attention because I am certain that if you realise your responsibility you will act fairly to admit it and assume it.
Quite aside from official American support for the "National Home" of the Balfour Declaration, the Zionist settlements in Palestine would have been almost impossible, on anything like the current scale, without American money.
This was contributed by American Jewry in an idealistic effort to help their fellows.
The motive was worthy:  the result were disastrous.
Contributions were by private individuals, but they were almost entirely from Americans
The contributions were by private individuals, but they were almost entirely Americans, and, as a nation, only America can answer for it.
The present catastrophe may be laid almost entirely at your door.
Your government, almost alone in the world, is insisting on the immediate admission of 100,000 more Jews into Palestine "to be followed by countless additional ones.
This will have the most frightful consequences in bloody chaos beyond anything ever hinted at in Palestine before.
It is your press and political leadership, almost alone in the world, who press this demand.
It is almost entirely American money which hires or buys the "refugee ships" that steam illegally toward Palestine:  American money which pays their crews.
The illegal immigration from Europe is arranged by the Jewish Agency, supported almost entirely by American funds.
It is American dollars which support the terrorists, which buy the bullets and pistols that kill British soldiers "your allies" and Arab citizens "your friends".
Open advertisements in newspapers asking for money to finance these terrorists
We in the Arab world were stunned to hear that you permit open advertisements in newspapers asking for money to finance these terrorists, to arm them openly and deliberately for murder.
We could not believe this could really happen in the modern world.
Now we must believe it:  we have seen the advertisements with our own eyes.
I point out these things because nothing less than complete frankness will be of use.
The crisis is too stark for mere polite vagueness which means nothing.
We ask only that you know the full truth, not half of it
I have the most complete confidence in the fair- mindedness and generosity of the American public.
We Arabs ask no favours.
We ask only that you know the full truth, not half of it.
We ask only that when you judge the Palestine question, you put yourselves in our place.
What would your answer be if some outside agency told you that you must accept in America many millions of utter strangers in your midst "enough to dominate your country "merely because they insisted on going to America, and because their forefathers had once lived there some 2,000 years ago?
Our answer is the same.
And what would be your action if, in spite of your refusal, this outside agency began forcing them on you?
Ours will be the same.
 
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About the Nakba
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Sixty years ago, more than 700,000 Palestinians lost their homes and belongings, their farms and businesses, their towns and cities.

Jewish militias seeking to create a state with a Jewish majority in Palestine, and later, the Israel army, drove them out.

Israel rapidly moved Jews into the newly-emptied Palestinian homes.

Nakba means 'catastrophe' in Arabic, and Palestinians refer to the destruction of their society and the takeover of their homeland as an-Nakba, \The Catastrophe.'

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"We thought it would be a matter of weeks, only until the fighting died down.   Of course, we were never allowed to go home."
   Nina Saah, Washington, DC
"My family's farm of oranges, grapefruits and lemons, centuries old, was gone."
   Darwish Addassi, Walnut Creek, California
"Those of us who left unwillingly in 1948 are plagued with painful nostalgia.   My house in West Jerusalem is an Israeli nursery school now."
   Inea Bushnaq, New York
"The people of New Orleans woke up one morning to complete devastation and had to flee.   The Nakba was our Hurricane Katrina."
   Abe Fawal, Birmingham, Alabama
Sixty years ago, more than 700,000 Palestinians lost their homes and belongings, their farms and businesses, their towns and cities.
Jewish militias seeking to create a state with a Jewish majority in Palestine, and later, the Israeli army, drove them out.
Israel rapidly moved Jews into the newly-emptied Palestinian homes.
Nakba means Catastrophe in Arabic, and Palestinians refer to the destruction of their society and the takeover of their homeland as an-Nakba:  The Catastrophe.
As of 2003
The land taken is much greater today
West Bank: Israeli settlements

Since 1967, Israel has pursued a policy of building settlements on the West Bank.

These areas of the West Bank are linked by US Israel controlled roads not accessible to Palestine people.

These roads and settlements separate towns and villages from each other causing great hardship for Palestinians trying to reach relatives and even to shop.

There are also large tracts of US Israel reserved land with military areas or 'nature reserves' labels applied by the occupying forces.

The Israel military, including weapons: tanks, missiles, warplanes, artillery, shells, are all funded by the US taxpayer.

More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers to Israel each day for their military use.

Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.

Map: BBC
West Bank: Israeli settlements
Since 1967, Israel has pursued a policy of building settlements on the West Bank.
These areas of the West Bank are linked by US Israel controlled roads not accessible to Palestine people.
There are also large tracts of US Israel reserved land with military areas or 'nature reserves' labels applied by the occupying forces.
As of 2009
More than 600 checkpoints in West Bank
West Bank: US Israel checkpoints

Occupation military force checkpoints on West Bank roads allow US Israel to monitor and control travel in much of the West Bank allowing Israel settlers only to travel on specialy built high-speed roads.

US Israel troops routinely encircle and stage attacks on Palestine population centers, the occupation forces severely restricting the movement of Palestine people.

US Israel is increasingly isolating Palestine villages and towns by snaking an Apartheid wall barrier around Israel-restricted Jewish settlements through the West Bank.

The Israel military, including weapons: tanks, missiles, warplanes, artillery, shells, are all funded by the US taxpayer.

More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers to Israel each day for their military use.

Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.
West Bank: US Israel checkpoints
Occupation military force checkpoints on West Bank roads allow US Israel to monitor and control travel in much of the West Bank allowing Israel settlers only to travel on specialy built high-speed roads.
US Israel troops routinely encircle and stage attacks on Palestine population centers, the occupation forces severely restricting the movement of Palestine people.
US Israel is increasingly isolating Palestine villages and towns by snaking an Apartheid wall barrier around Israel-restricted Jewish settlements through the West Bank.
 
 
 
An Israeli soldier's bullet
Paid for by US taxpayer
In the article below, substitute UK for Israel, US for Israel.
You will find this is 'journalism' in the West today.
The UK and now almost total TV, radio and print publications in the US, censorship is both as journalist self-censorship, and censorship at any point of editors up the communication chain.
The chain of censorship that culminates with Murdoch and similar cronies, the few elite who control what you read, hear and see today in mainstream media.
No wonder everything out of the mouths of your fellow citizens is a repeat of what these elite circulate in both your and your fellow citizen's brain.
Nothing of truth!
As the West abysmally sinks further into the sewage of destruction it has set for itself.
Not destruction by these poor people you see here.
Destruction by selfishness, greed, and hypocrisy — a sewage of destruction the West has set for itself.
 
Where shall I stop I ask myself
I have a thousand photos of death caused by the West this week
I have already posted what you will see below, but I have to stop now
Tomorrow I will create a page, another page....
But I have to stop now, for tonight
Tomorrow you will see...
There will be more death....
 
I would argue as forcefully as I can that since the Palestinians are facing Nazi-like State [Israel] terrorism, the holocaust narrative and its meaning belongs to them at least as much as it belongs to the Jews or anyone else.
I would argue as forcefully as I can that if the Palestinians are indeed the last victims of Hitler, then the holocaust and its meaning do belong to them more than anyone else.
 
How to Become an Israeli Journalist
The London Review of Books
3 March 2008
A year ago I applied for the job of Occupied Territories correspondent at Ma’ariv, an Israeli newspaper.   I speak Arabic and have taught in Palestinian schools and taken part in many joint Jewish-Palestinian projects.   At my interview the boss asked how I could possibly be objective.   I had spent too much time with Palestinians; I was bound to be biased in their favour.
I didn’t get the job.   My next interview was with Walla, Israel’s most popular website.   This time I did get the job and I became Walla’s Middle East correspondent.   I soon understood what Tamar Liebes, the director of the Smart Institute of Communication at the Hebrew University, meant when she said: ‘Journalists and publishers see themselves as actors within the Zionist movement, not as critical outsiders.’
Another child shot dead by Israeli bullet
US attack
Died February 29, 2008
More killing by US taxpayer
This is not to say that Israeli journalism is not professional.   Corruption, social decay and dishonesty are pursued with commendable determination by newspapers, TV and radio.
That Israelis heard exactly what former President Katsav did or didn’t do with his secretaries proves that the media are performing their watchdog role, even at the risk of causing national and international embarrassment.
Ehud Olmert’s shady apartment deal, the business of Ariel Sharon’s mysterious Greek island, Binyamin Netanyahu’s secret love affair, Yitzhak Rabin’s secret American bank account: all of these are freely discussed by the Israeli media.
When it comes to ‘security’ there is no such freedom.
It’s ‘us’ and ‘them’, the IDF and the ‘enemy’; military discourse, which is the only discourse allowed, trumps any other possible narrative.
It’s not that Israeli journalists are following orders, or a written code: just that they’d rather think well of their security forces.
In most of the articles on the conflict two sides battle it out: the Israel Defence Forces, on the one hand, and the Palestinians, on the other.
When a violent incident is reported, the IDF confirms or the army says but the Palestinians claim: ‘The Palestinians claimed that a baby was severely injured in IDF shootings.’   Is this a fib?
‘The Palestinians claim that Israeli settlers threatened them’: but who are the Palestinians?   Did the entire Palestinian people, citizens of Israel, inhabitants of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, people living in refugee camps in neighbouring Arab states and those living in the diaspora make the claim?
Why is it that a serious article is reporting a claim made by the Palestinians?   Why is there so rarely a name, a desk, an organisation or a source of this information?   Could it be because that would make it seem more reliable?
When the Palestinians aren’t making claims, their viewpoint is simply not heard.   Keshev, the Centre for the Protection of Democracy in Israel, studied the way Israel’s leading television channels and newspapers covered Palestinian casualties in a given month — December 2005.   They found 48 items covering the deaths of 22 Palestinians.
However, in only eight of those accounts was the IDF version followed by a Palestinian reaction; in the other 40 instances the event was reported only from the point of view of the Israeli military.
Another child killed by Israel forces
Mohammed al-Borai
Died Feb. 28, 2008
More death by US taxpayer
Another example: in June 2006, four days after the Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit was kidnapped from the Israeli side of the Gazan security fence, Israel, according to the Israeli media, arrested some sixty members of Hamas, of whom 30 were elected members of parliament and eight ministers in the Palestinian government.
In a well-planned operation Israel captured and jailed the Palestinian minister for Jerusalem, the ministers of finance, education, religious affairs, strategic affairs, domestic affairs, housing and prisons, as well as the mayors of Bethlehem, Jenin and Qalqilya, the head of the Palestinian parliament and one quarter of its members.
That these officials were taken from their beds late at night and transferred to Israeli territory probably to serve (like Gilad Shalit) as future bargaining-chips did not make this operation a kidnapping.   Israel never kidnaps: it arrests.
The Israeli army never intentionally kills anyone, let alone murders them — a state of affairs any other armed organisation would be envious of.
Even when a one-ton bomb is dropped onto a dense residential area in Gaza, killing one gunman and 14 innocent civilians, including nine children, it’s still not an intentional killing or murder: it is a targeted assassination.
An Israeli journalist can say that IDF soldiers hit Palestinians, or killed them, or killed them by mistake, and that Palestinians were hit, or were killed or even found their death (as if they were looking for it), but murder is out of the question.
The consequence, whatever words are used, has been the death at the hands of the Israeli security forces since the outbreak of the second intifada of 2087 Palestinians who had nothing to do with armed struggle.
The IDF, as depicted by the Israeli media, has another strange ability: it never initiates, decides to attack or launches an operation.   The IDF simply responds.
It responds to the Qassam rockets, responds to terror attacks, responds to Palestinian violence.
This makes everything so much more sensible and civilised: the IDF is forced to fight, to destroy houses, to shoot Palestinians and to kill 4485 of them in seven years, but none of these events is the responsibility of the soldiers.
They are facing a nasty enemy, and they respond dutifully.
The fact that their actions — curfews, arrests, naval sieges, shootings and killings — are the main cause of the Palestinian reaction does not seem to interest the media.
Because Palestinians cannot respond, Israeli journalists choose another verb from the lexicon that includes revenge, provoke, attack, incite, throw stones or fire Qassams.
Interviewing Abu-Qusay, the spokesman of Al-Aqsa Brigades in Gaza, in June 2007, I asked him about the rationale for firing Qassam missiles at the Israeli town of Sderot.
‘The army might respond,’ I said, not realising that I was already biased.   ‘But we are responding here,’ Abu-Qusay said. ‘We are not terrorists, we do not want to kill . . . we are resisting Israel’s continual incursions into the West Bank, its attacks, its siege on our waters and its closure on our lands.’
Abu-Qusay’s words were translated into Hebrew, but Israel continued to enter the West Bank every night and Israelis did not find any harm in it.   After all it was only a response.
At a time when there were many Israeli raids on Gaza I asked my colleagues the following question: ‘If an armed Palestinian crosses the border, enters Israel, drives to Tel Aviv and shoots people in the streets, he will be the terrorist and we will be the victims, right?
However, if the IDF crosses the border, drives miles into Gaza, and starts shooting their gunmen, who is the terrorist and who is the defender?   How come the Palestinians living in the Occupied Territories can never be engaged in self-defence, while the Israeli army is always the defender?’
My friend Shay from the graphics department clarified matters for me: ‘If you go to the Gaza Strip and shoot people, you will be a terrorist.   But when the army does it that is an operation to make Israel safer.   It’s the implementation of a government decision!’
Boy mourns for family shot dead by Israeli bullet
Motasem Abdrabo
Died February 29, 2008
More killing by US taxpayer
Another interesting distinction between us and them came up when Hamas demanded the release of 450 of its prisoners in exchange for Gilad Shalit.  
Israel announced that it would release prisoners but not those with blood on their hands.
It is always the Palestinians — never the Israelis — who have blood on their hands.
This is not to say that Jews cannot kill Arabs but they will not have blood on their hands, and if they are arrested they will be released after a few years, not to mention those with blood on their hands who’ve gone on to become prime minister.
And we are not only more innocent when we kill but also more susceptible when we are hurt.
A regular description of a Qassam missile that hits Sderot will generally look like this: ‘A Qassam fell next to a residential house, three Israelis had slight injuries, and ten others suffered from shock.’
One should not make light of these injuries: a missile hitting a house in the middle of the night could indeed cause great shock.
However, one should also remember that shock is for Jews only.
Palestinians are apparently a very tough people.
The IDF, again the envy of all other armies, kills only the most important people.   ‘A high-ranking member of Hamas was killed’ is almost a chorus in the Israel media.   Low-ranking members of Hamas have either never been found or never been killed.
Shlomi Eldar, a TV correspondent in the Gaza Strip, bravely wrote about this phenomenon in his book Eyeless in Gaza (2005).   When Riyad Abu Zaid was assassinated in 2003, the Israeli press echoed the IDF announcement that the man was the head of the military wing of Hamas in Gaza.
Eldar, one of Israel’s few investigative journalists, discovered that the man was merely a secretary in the movement’s prisoner club.   ‘It was one of many occasions in which Israel “upgraded” a Palestinian activist,’ Eldar wrote.   ‘After every assassination any minor activist is “promoted” to a major one.’
This phenomenon, in which IDF statements are directly translated into media reports — there are no checkpoints between the army and the media — is the result both of a lack of access to information and of the unwillingness of journalists to prove the army wrong or to portray soldiers as criminals.  
‘The IDF is acting in Gaza’ (or in Jenin, or in Tulkarm, or in Hebron) is the expression given out by the army and embraced by the media.   Why make the listeners’ lives harder?
Why tell them what the soldiers do, describing the fear they create, the fact that they come with heavy vehicles and weapons and crush a city’s life, creating a greater hatred, sorrow and a desire for revenge?
Four boys killed by US Israel
Killed while playing football
Died Feb. 29, 2008
More death by US taxpayer
Last month, as a measure against Qassam militants, Israel decided to stop Gaza’s electricity for a few hours a day. means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
Despite the fact that this means, for instance, that electricity will fail to reach hospitals, it was said that ‘the Israeli government decided to approve this step, as another non-lethal weapon.’
Another thing the soldiers do is clearing — khisuf means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
In regular Hebrew, khisuf means to expose something that is hidden, but as used by the IDF it means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
During the last intifada, Israeli D9 bulldozers destroyed thousands of Palestinian houses, uprooted thousands of trees and left behind thousands of smashed greenhouses. means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
It is better to know that the army cleared the place than to face the reality that the army destroys Palestinians’ possessions, pride and hope.
Another useful word is crowning (keter), a euphemism for a siege in which anyone who leaves his house risks being shot at. means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
War zones are places where Palestinians can be killed even if they are children who don’t know they’ve entered a war zone.
Palestinian children, by the way, tend to be upgraded to Palestinian teenagers, especially when they are accidentally killed. means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
More examples: isolated Israeli outposts in the West Bank are called illegal outposts, perhaps in contrast to Israeli settlements that are apparently legal.
Administrative detention means jailing people who haven’t been put on trial or even formally charged (in April 2003 there were 1119 Palestinians in this situation).
The PLO (Ashaf) is always referred to by its acronym and never by its full name: Palestine is a word that is almost never used — there is a Palestinian president but no president of Palestine.
‘A society in crisis forges a new vocabulary for itself,’ David Grossman wrote in The Yellow Wind, ‘and gradually, a new language emerges whose words . . . no longer describe reality, but attempt, instead, to conceal it.’
This ‘new language’ was adopted voluntarily by the media, but if one needs an official set of guidelines it can be found in the Nakdi Report, a paper drafted by the Israeli Broadcasting Authority.
First set down in 1972 and since updated three times, the report aimed to ‘clarify some of the professional rules that govern the work of a newsperson’. means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
The prohibition of the term East Jerusalem was one of them.
The restrictions aren’t confined to geography. means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
On 20 May 2006, Israel’s most popular television channel, Channel 2, reported ‘another targeted assassination in Gaza, an assassination that might ease the firing of Qassams’ (up to 376 people have died in targeted assassinations, 150 of them civilians who were not the target of assassinations).
Body carried into the family house during funeral
More killing by US taxpayer
Ehud Ya’ari, a well-known Israeli correspondent on Arab affairs, sat in the studio and said: ‘The man who was killed is Muhammad Dahdouh, from Islamic Jihad . . . this is part of the other war, a war to shrink the volume of Qassam activists.’
Neither Ya’ari nor the IDF spokesman bothered to report that four innocent Palestinian civilians were also killed in the operation, and three more severely injured, one a five-year-old girl called Maria, who will remain paralysed from the neck down.
This ‘oversight’, revealed by the Israeli journalist Orly Vilnai, only exposed how much we do not know about what we think we know.
Interestingly, since Hamas took over the Gaza Strip one of the new ‘boo’ words in the Israeli media is Hamastan, a word that appears in the ‘hard’ news section, the allegedly sacred part of newspapers that is supposed to give the facts, free from editorialising.
The same applies to movements such as Hamas or Hizbullah, which are described in Hebrew as organisations and not as political movements or parties.   means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
Intifada is never given its Arabic meaning of ‘revolt’; and Al-Quds, which when used by Palestinian politicians refers only to ‘the holy places in East Jerusalem’ or ‘East Jerusalem’, is always taken by Israeli correspondents to mean Jerusalem, which is effectively to imply a Palestinian determination to take over the entire capital city.
It was curious to watch the newspapers’ responses to the assassination of Imad Moughniyeh in Syria two weeks ago. means to clear an area of potential hiding places for Palestinian gunmen.
Everyone tried to outdo everyone else over what to call him: arch-terrorist, master terrorist or the greatest terrorist on earth.
It took the Israeli press a few days to stop celebrating Moughniyeh’s assassins and start doing what it should have done in the first place: ask questions about the consequences of the killing.
The journalist Gideon Levy thinks it is an Israeli trend: ‘The chain of “terrorist chieftains” liquidated by Israel, from Ali Salameh and Abu Jihad through Abbas Musawi and Yihyeh Ayash to Sheikh Ahmed Yassin and Abdel Aziz Rantisi (all “operations” that we celebrated with great pomp and circumstance for one sweet and intoxicating moment), have thus far brought only harsh and painful revenge attacks against Israel and Jews throughout the world.’
Israeli correspondents on Arab affairs must of course speak Arabic — many of them indeed studied it in the security establishment’s schools — and they need to know the history and politics of the Middle East.
Brother killed
Died March 1, 2008
More death by US taxpayer
And they have to be Jews.
Strikingly, the Israeli-Jewish media prefer to hire journalists with average Arabic rather than native speakers, since they would be Palestinian citizens of Israel.
Apparently, Jewish journalists are better equipped than Arab Israelis to explain ‘what Arabs think’, ‘Arab aims’ or ‘what Arabs say’.
Maybe this is because the editors know what their audience wants to hear.   Or, even more important, what the Israeli audience would rather not hear.
If the words occupation, apartheid and racism (not to mention Palestinian citizens of Israel, bantustans, ethnic cleansing and Nakba) are absent from Israeli discourse, Israeli citizens can spend their whole lives without knowing what they have been living with.
Take racism (Giz’anut in Hebrew).
If the Israeli parliament legislates that 13 per cent of the country’s lands can be sold only to Jews, then it is a racist parliament.
If in 60 years the country has had only one Arab minister, then Israel has had racist governments.
If in 60 years of demonstrations rubber bullets and live ammunition have been used only on Arab demonstrators, then Israel has a racist police.
If 75 per cent of Israelis admit that they would refuse to have an Arab neighbour, then it is a racist society.
By not acknowledging that Israel is a place where racism shapes relations between Jews and Arabs, Israeli Jews render themselves unable to deal with the problem or even with the reality of their own lives.
The same denial of reality is reflected in the avoidance of the term apartheid.
Because of its association with white South Africa, Israelis find it very hard to use the word.
This is not to say that the exact same kind of regime prevails in the Occupied Territories today, but a country needn’t have benches ‘for whites only’ in order to be an apartheid state.
Apartheid, after all, means ‘separation’, and if in the Occupied Territories the settlers have one road and Palestinians need to use alternative roads or tunnels, then it is an apartheid road system.
If the separation wall built on thousands of dunams of confiscated West Bank land separates people (including Palestinians on opposite sides of the wall), then it is an apartheid wall.
If in the Occupied Territories there are two judicial systems, one for Jewish settlers and the other for Palestinians, then it is an apartheid justice.
And then there are the Occupied Territories themselves.
Remarkably, there are no Occupied Territories in Israel.   The term is occasionally used by a leftist politician or columnist, but in the hard news section it doesn’t exist.
In the past they were called the Administered Territories in order to conceal the actual fact of occupation; they were then called Judea and Samaria; but in Israel’s mass media today they’re called the Territories (Ha-Shtachim).
The term helps preserve the notion that the Jews are the victims, the people who act only in self-defence, the moral half of the equation, and the Palestinians are the attackers, the bad guys, the people who fight for no reason.
The simplest example explains it: ‘a citizen of the Territories was caught smuggling illegal weapons.’   It might make sense for citizens of an occupied territory to try to resist the occupier, but it doesn’t make sense if they are just from the Territories.
Israeli journalists are not embedded with the security establishment; and they haven’t been asked to make their audience feel good about Israel’s military policy.
The restrictions they observe are observed voluntarily, almost unconsciously — which makes their practice all the more dangerous.   Yet a majority of Israelis feel that their media are too left-wing, insufficiently patriotric, not on Israel’s side.
And the foreign media are worse.   During the last intifada, Avraham Hirschson, then the minister of finance, demanded that CNN’s broadcasts from Israel be closed down on the grounds of ‘biased broadcasting and tendentious programmes that are nothing but a campaign of incitement against Israel’.
Israeli demonstrators called for an end to ‘CNN’s unreliable and terror-provoking coverage’ in favour of Fox News.   Israeli men up to the age of 50 are obliged to do one month’s reserve service every year.
‘The civilian,’ Yigael Yadin, an early Israeli chief of staff, said, ‘is a soldier on 11 months’ annual leave.’   For the Israeli media there is no leave.
The London Review of Books
http://www.lrb.co.uk/v30/n05/mend01_.html
Yonatan Mendel was a correspondent for the Israeli news agency Walla. He is currently at Queens’ College, Cambridge working on a PhD that studies the connection between the Arabic language and security in Israel.
The judges of the International Court of Justice take their places in The Hague.

The Court ruled:

1) Israel's right to self-defense does not justify the infringement on Palestinian rights caused by its building of the wall barrier in the West Bank.

2) Construction of the Israeli wall was
The judges of the International Court of Justice take their places in The Hague.
The Court ruled:
1) Israel's right to self-defense does not justify the infringement on Palestinian rights caused by its building of the wall barrier in the West Bank.
2) Construction of the Israeli wall was "tantamount to annexation" and impeded the Palestinian right to self-determination.
3) Israel should compensate owners of land seized to construct the barrier and those harmed by the barrier.
4) All states are under obligation not to recognise the situation and ensure Israel's compliance with international law.
Politicians of disgust
Senator Charles Schumer, D-N.Y Senator Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y

Photo: Photo/Osamu Honda
Bloomberg News   July 9, 2004
“This fence is a legitimate response by a sovereign nation, a democratic nation, to protect its citizens.   It is clear to me that this fence saves lives,” U.S. Senator Hillary Clinton, Democrat of New York, said in a speech near the UN today.
The court ruling is: “not to be accepted by people who understand the legitimate needs of democratic nations to defend themselves.”
Kewe comment:
These are the people — including Bush and the Republicans — but especially these people, because they fawn and abase themselves in obsequious behaviour for the support of the pro-Zionist Israeli lobby within their constituency, taking the substantial reward of monies for the use of their political careers.
It is US Taxpayer money that props up the present Zionist Israli government, US taxpayer money used to supply the Zionist Israeli military with its supposed needs.
It is these people, these politicians of disgust — and if there is a hell there has to be a special place reserved for such — that have not only allowed but furthered and nurtured over these many years the attitude from the people of Israel, most not born to the land, that they have a legitimate right to exclude the people of Palestine from the farms and olive reserves who's fathers and mothers and grandfathers and grandmothers going back generation upon generation have maintained.
The US taxpayer has and is supplying the money for US made bulldozers to tear down the olive trees.
US taxpayer money has and is supplying the highest technical armaments that are perpetuating this human misery.  US taxpayer money is allowing one grouping of people to overlord in a most vicious way another grouping, a grouping who do have right to the land that they are now excluded from.
 
 
US Israel Missile strike
Paid for by US taxpayer
In the article above, substitute UK for Israel, US for Israel.
You will find this is 'journalism' in the West today.
The UK and now almost total TV, radio and print publications in the US, censorship is both as journalist self-censorship, and censorship at any point of editors up the communication chain.
The chain of censorship that culminates with Murdoch and similar cronies, the few elite who control what you read, hear and see today in mainstream media.
No wonder everything out of the mouths of your fellow citizens is a repeat of what these elite circulate in both your and your fellow citizen's brain.
Nothing of truth!
As the West abysmally sinks further into the sewage of destruction it has set for itself.
 
I would argue as forcefully as I can that since the Palestinians are facing Nazi-like State [Israel] terrorism, the holocaust narrative and its meaning belongs to them at least as much as it belongs to the Jews or anyone else.
I would argue as forcefully as I can that if the Palestinians are indeed the last victims of Hitler, then the holocaust and its meaning do belong to them more than anyone else.
Former SAS soldier Ben Griffin blows apart Miliband denial of UK torture involvement.
Written by Stewart office
Monday, 25 February 2008
...The use of British Territory and airspace pales into insignificance in light of the fact that it has been British soldiers detaining the victims of Extraordinary Rendition in the first place.
Since the invasion of Afghanistan in the autumn of 2001 UKSF has operated within a joint US/UK Task Force.
Former SAS soldier Ben Griffin blows apart Miliband denial of UK torture involvement.

Picture: www.stopwar.org.uk
This Task Force has been responsible for the detention of hundreds if not thousands of individuals in Afghanistan and Iraq.
Individuals detained by British soldiers within this Task force have ended up in Guantanamo Bay Detention Camp, Bagram Theatre Internment Facility, Balad Special Forces Base, Camp Nama BIAP and Abu Ghraib Prison.
...These secretive prisons are part of a global network in which individuals face torture and are held indefinately without charge.
All of this is in direct contravention of the Geneva Conventions, International Law and the UN Convention Against Torture.
...Camp Nama at Baghdad International Airport during 2004... this facility was used to interrogate individuals captured by the joint US/UK Task Force.
In it are the details of numerous breaches of the Geneva Convention and accounts of torture.
These breaches were not the actions of rogue elements.
The abuse was systematic and sanctioned through the chain of command.
...Throughout my time in Iraq I was in no doubt that individuals detained by UKSF and handed over to our American colleagues would be tortured.
Complete Article
At another time, Jeff saw a British SAS officer beat a detainee:
[It] was a beating in a kind of a bunker behind the main facility. . . .
this British guy actually who wasn’t supposed to be interrogating anybody — a British soldier.
SAS.   That’s all I know about him.   I don’t know his name or anything.
But we went back there and he gave the guy a pretty good pounding.
Nothing really in the face.
A lot of stomach shots, and I would say two or three groin shots, very harsh.
A knee to the abdomen.
Thrown against the wall and so forth.
Human Rights Watch — Soldiers’ Accounts
I would argue as forcefully as I can that since the Palestinians are facing Nazi-like State [Israel] terrorism, the holocaust narrative and its meaning belongs to them at least as much as it belongs to the Jews or anyone else.
I would argue as forcefully as I can that if the Palestinians are indeed the last victims of Hitler, then the holocaust and its meaning do belong to them more than anyone else.
Jewish men pray during a mass prayer
calling for end to rockets fired by
Palestine resistance forces
Orthodox Jewish men pray during a mass prayer calling for an end to rockets fired by Palestine resistance forces on southern Israel from Gaza, at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City, Thursday, March 6, 2008.

Palestinian resistance forces fire rockets nearly daily at Israel border towns near Gaza.

Recently rockets have reached Ashkelon, a city of 120,000 people about 17 kilometers (11 miles) north of Gaza.

More killing by US Taxpayers.

Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.

Palestinians were forced from their homes 60 years ago from what is now called Israel into refugee camps in Gaza and the West Bank, Jordan and Lebanon. 

The people who stole the land from the Palestinians have been aided by American Taxpayer funding for more than fifty years.

More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers each day for this military use, which presently involves the imprisonment of the remaining segregated ' Bantustan - Apartheid ' parcels of land occupied by millions of Palestinian.

Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.

Picture: AP/Ed Ou
US paid for jeep
hit by a road-side bomb
planted by
Palestine resistance forces
A crane lifts a damaged Israel military jeep after it was hit by a road-side bomb on the Israel-Gaza border, Thursday, March 6, 2008.

Palestine resistance forces on Thursday ambushed an Israel army jeep patrolling the border with the Gaza Strip, then attacked a rescue crew that rushed to the scene, killing one soldier and wounding three others in a brazen cross-border attack, according to military and witness accounts.

More killing by US Taxpayers.

Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.

Palestinians were forced from their homes 60 years ago from what is now called Israel into refugee camps in Gaza and the West Bank, Jordan and Lebanon. 

The people who stole the land from the Palestinians have been aided by American Taxpayer funding for more than fifty years.

More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers each day for this military use, which presently involves the imprisonment of the remaining segregated ' Bantustan - Apartheid ' parcels of land occupied by millions of Palestinian.

Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.

Picture: AP/Sebastian Scheiner


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Orthodox Jewish men pray during a mass prayer calling for an end to rockets fired by Palestine resistance forces on southern Israel from Gaza, at the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City, Thursday, March 6, 2008.
Palestinian resistance forces fire rockets nearly daily at Israel border towns near Gaza.
Recently rockets have reached Ashkelon, a city of 120,000 people about 17 kilometers (11 miles) north of Gaza.
More killing by US Taxpayers.
Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.
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A crane lifts a damaged Israel military jeep after it was hit by a road-side bomb on the Israel-Gaza border, Thursday, March 6, 2008.
Palestine resistance forces on Thursday ambushed an Israel army jeep patrolling the border with the Gaza Strip, then attacked a rescue crew that rushed to the scene, killing one soldier and wounding three others in a brazen cross-border attack, according to military and witness accounts.
More killing by US Taxpayers.
Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.
Palestinians were forced from their homes 60 years ago from what is now called Israel into refugee camps in Gaza and the West Bank, Jordan and Lebanon.
The people who stole the land from the Palestinians have been aided by American Taxpayer funding for more than fifty years.
More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers each day for this military use, which presently involves the imprisonment of the remaining segregated ' Bantustan - Apartheid ' parcels of land occupied by millions of Palestinian.
Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.
Photos: AP/Ed Ou, AP/Sebastian Scheiner
 
 
Jebaliya refugee camp
Northern Gaza Strip
Palestinian mourn next to the bodies of five Palestinians killed during a US paid Israel airstrike in Jebaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, Sunday, March 2, 2008.

Israel aircraft sent missiles into the office of the prime minister of Hamas-ruled Gaza before dawn on Sunday, an attack on Gaza that has killed more than 70 Palestinians in two days of fighting.

More killing by US Taxpayers.

Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.

Palestinians were forced from their homes 60 years ago from what is now called Israel into refugee camps in Gaza and the West Bank, Jordan and Lebanon. 

The people who stole the land from the Palestinians have been aided by American Taxpayer funding for more than fifty years.

More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers each day for this military use, which presently involves the imprisonment of the remaining segregated ' Bantustan - Apartheid ' parcels of land occupied by millions of Palestinian.

Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.

Picture: AP/Eyad Baba
Newborn baby killed by US
Paid for by US taxpayer
The body of a newborn Palestinian baby killed by US Israel forces gunfire, in the central Gaza Strip March 4, 2008.

The baby was killed and eight other people wounded by the US Israel attack.

More killing by US Taxpayers.

Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.

Palestinians were forced from their homes 60 years ago from what is now called Israel into refugee camps in Gaza and the West Bank, Jordan and Lebanon. 

The people who stole the land from the Palestinians have been aided by American Taxpayer funding for more than fifty years.

More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers each day for this military use, which presently involves the imprisonment of the remaining segregated ' Bantustan - Apartheid ' parcels of land occupied by millions of Palestinian.

Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.

Photo: REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa

(left)
Palestinian mourn next to the bodies of five Palestinians killed during a US paid Israel airstrike in Jebaliya refugee camp, northern Gaza Strip, Sunday, March 2, 2008.
Israel aircraft sent missiles into the office of the prime minister of Hamas-ruled Gaza before dawn on Sunday, an attack on Gaza that has killed more than 70 Palestinians in two days of fighting.
More killing by US Taxpayers.
Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.
(right)
The body of a newborn Palestinian baby killed by US Israel forces gunfire, in the central Gaza Strip March 4, 2008.
The baby was killed and eight other people wounded by the US Israel attack.
More killing by US Taxpayers.
Children injured and killed in Gaza by Israel using US made and paid for missiles.
Palestinians were forced from their homes 60 years ago from what is now called Israel into refugee camps in Gaza and the West Bank, Jordan and Lebanon.
The people who stole the land from the Palestinians have been aided by American Taxpayer funding for more than fifty years.
More than Fifteen million US dollars is given by US taxpayers each day for this military use, which presently involves the imprisonment of the remaining segregated ' Bantustan - Apartheid ' parcels of land occupied by millions of Palestinian.
Funding by the US Taxpayer for the enslavement of the Palestinian people continues to increase, estimated now considerably more than the previous 4 billion US dollars per year.
Photos: AP/Eyad Baba, REUTERS/Ibraheem Abu Mustafa
 
 
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Humankind as we know it at the 'End Point'

Don't forget:

Behind it all is the desire for depopulation — by those rich enough to have their islands for temporary residence while depopulation takes place.

Doesn't matter if it is killing in the fight for food when the trucks no longer arrive at your local supermarket.

Doesn't matter if it is tribe against tribe.

Or thermobaric bombs — environmentally friendly compared to nuclear.   Bombs that send ultra-sonic shock waves and searing fireballs to destroy everything in their dropping wake.

Or those special bombs that do not destroy the infrastructure — kill only you and those you love.

You are in the way, folks!

There are too many of you!

This is the plan.

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Humankind as we know it at the 'End Point'
Don't forget:
Behind it all is the desire for depopulation — by those rich enough to have their islands for temporary residence while depopulation takes place.
Doesn't matter if it is killing in the fight for food when the trucks no longer arrive at your local supermarket.
Doesn't matter if it is tribe against tribe.
Or thermobaric bombs — environmentally friendly compared to nuclear.   Bombs that send ultra-sonic shock waves and searing fireballs to destroy everything in their dropping wake.
Or those special bombs that do not destroy the infrastructure — kill only you and those you love.
You are in the way, folks!
There are too many of you!
This is the plan.
Kewe
Unspeakable grief and horror
                        ...and the circus of deception continues...
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Circus of Torture   2003 — now
He says, "You are quite mad, Kewe"
And of course I am.
Why, I don't believe any of it — not the bloody body, not the bloody mind, not even the bloody Universe, or is it bloody multiverse.
"It's all illusion," I say.   "Don't you know, my lad, my lassie.   The game!   The game, me girl, me boy!   Takes on interest, don't you know.   T'is me sport, till doest find a better!"
Pssssst — but all this stuff is happening down here
Let's change it!
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