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Hewan pengerat Zionis membantai 19 orang, termasuk 7 bocah

Postby Lulldapull » Thu Nov 09, 2006 1:24 pm

GAZA CITY (CNN) -- Hamas' exiled political leader has vowed to retaliate after Israeli troops killed 19 Palestinian civilians, many of them women and children, during a military operation in northern Gaza, according to Palestinian medical sources.

"I call upon all resistance factions to activate their resistance programs," Khaled Mashaal said at a news conference in Syria, according to a translation from The Associated Press.

"The cowardly act of Zionists (Israelis) requires a legitimate Palestinian action. "We have big trust in our military wings, which will reply on this aggression and resist occupation and retaliate for those victims."

The bloodshed occurred early Wednesday with Israeli tanks poised just outside the northern Gaza town of Beit Hanoun. The tanks fired 10 artillery rounds into the town's center and killed 19 people, the medical sources said.

Among the dead was a 13-member family which included seven children, the sources said. The other six killed were also civilians, they said.

Hamas' militant wing, the Izzedine al-Qassam Brigade, issued a statement blaming the United States for the killings, and called on all Muslim nations "to teach the American enemy a harsh lesson."

"America provides the political material and logistical cover for the crimes of the Zionist occupation (Israel) and it is responsible, before the occupation (Israel), for the massacre of Beit Hanoun," the statement said.

Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, of the moderate Fatah party, called Wednesday's action "villainous massacres, savage massacres which Israel commits against the Palestinian people," according to an AP translation.

"Our people can't be any more patient, we have to raise our voice in front of the world," Abbas said, calling on the United Nations, the European Union, Russia and the United States to condemn the actions.

Israel criticized
Officials from the U.N., Britain and the EU quickly criticized Israel's action.

U.N. Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process Alvaro de Soto urged the "Palestinian side" to stop attacking Israelis.

In his statement, de Soto said he was "deeply shocked and appalled" by the Israeli military action earlier in the day that killed "a score of civilians including many women and children."

The statement comes a week after U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan expressed his "deep concern" regarding the rising death toll caused by military operations in northern Gaza.

EU's external relations chief Benita Ferrero-Waldner described the attack on Wednesday morning as a "profoundly shocking event."

EU Foreign Policy chief Javier Solana offered his condolences to the families of the Palestinian civilians killed and to Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.

"It is high time to break the cycle of violence that I condemn in the strongest terms," Solana said in a written statement.

He called on the resumption of dialogue between the ruling Hamas party and Abbas' moderate Fatah party.

British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett said she was "gravely disturbed" by the reported deaths, and urged Israel to "respect its obligation to avoid harming civilians."

"It is hard to see what this action was meant to achieve and how it can be justified," she added in her statement.

She also said rocket attacks by Palestinian militants "are also unacceptable" and called on both sides to abide by international humanitarian law "and to do their utmost to avoid harming civilians, especially children."

Talks on hold
Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert and Defense Minister Amir Peretz later in the day expressed their regret over the civilian deaths, a government spokesman said.

Olmert ordered an "urgent investigation" into the matter and halted artillery fire in Gaza until the investigation was complete, the spokesman added.

IDF confirmed it had "fired preventative artillery" at rocket launch sites in Beit Hanoun to "disrupt and thwart the launching of Qassam rockets." More than 10 Qassam rockets were launched from the area into Israel in the past day, according to the IDF.

Two of those rockets landed in the Israeli town of Sderot, wounding one civilian.

The IDF said initial reports indicated the artillery fire was fired "at a location distant from the one reportedly hit," but added that the military was investigating the incident.

Israel also said an anti-tank missile was fired at an Israeli force east of Jabalya refugee camp, just south of Beit Hanoun.

The Israeli offensive in northern Gaza resumed mere hours after the Israel Defense Forces announced its withdrawal from Beit Hanoun Tuesday, ending a week-long offensive aimed at rooting out militants who have been firing rockets into southern Israel.

More than 50 Palestinians, most of them militants, have been killed in the operation, according to AP.

It is the largest military operation since Israeli troops stormed into Gaza following the June 25 abduction of Israeli Cpl. Gilad Shalit by Palestinian militants in Gaza. Negotiations to secure his release had been ongoing before Wednesday's killings.

Palestinian Foreign Minister Mahmoud Zahar recently said Shalit's life could be in danger if Israel continued its operation in Gaza.

Talks between Hamas and Fatah regarding a Palestinian Authority unity government were put on hold in the wake of the Beit Hanoun killings, Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh said.

Haniyeh called for an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council to address "continuous aggression" against the Palestinian people.

CNN's Ben Wedeman contributed to this report.

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Postby Valelu » Fri Nov 10, 2006 6:52 am

Kalau ikuti logikanya curious:
Salah sendiri kenapa tinggal disitu...:shock:...coba kalau mereka ada di tempat lain, mungkin gak jadi korban...:shock: :-k
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Postby Perjanjian_Berukkk » Wed Nov 22, 2006 7:09 pm

Valelu wrote:Kalau ikuti logikanya curious:
Salah sendiri kenapa tinggal disitu...:shock:...coba kalau mereka ada di tempat lain, mungkin gak jadi korban...:shock: :-k

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Postby Lulldapull » Sat Nov 25, 2006 11:11 am

Bahkan orang Eropa pun muak dengan kelakuan hewan pengerat Zionis ini...yang tanpa malu-malu bangga pernah "membunuh" Yesus. Leech5196 perlu keluar berdemo bersama kaum pembela Palestina daripada menonton FUX News atau tabloid The Sun...

Swedish human rights worker viciously attacked by Jewish extremists in Hebron
November 18th, 2006 | Posted in Reports, Hebron Region, Photos
by ISM Hebron, November 18


A 19-year old Swedish human rights worker had her cheekbone broken by a Jewish extremist in Hebron today. Earlier the same day at least five Palestinians, including a 3-year-old child, were injured by the settler-supporting extremists, who rampaged through Tel Rumeida hurling stones and bottles at local residents. Palestinian schoolchildren on their way home were also attacked. The Israeli army, which was intensively deployed in the area, did not intervene to stop the attacks.

Tove Johansson from Stockholm walked through the Tel Rumeida checkpoint with a small group of human rights workers (HRWs) to accompany Palestinian schoolchildren to their homes. They were confronted by about 100 Jewish extremists in small groups. They started chanting in Hebrew “We killed Jesus, we’ll kill you too!” — a refrain the settlers had been repeating to internationals in Tel Rumeida all day.

After about thirty seconds of waiting, a small group of very aggressive male Jewish extremists surrounded the international volunteers and began spitting at them, so much so that the internationals described it as “like rain.” Then men from the back of the crowd began jumping up and spitting, while others from the back and side of the crowd kicked the volunteers.

The soldiers, who were standing at the checkpoint just a few feet behind the HRWs, looked on as they were being attacked.

One settler then hit Tove on the left side of her face with an empty bottle, breaking it on her face and leaving her with a broken cheekbone. She immediately fell to the ground and the group of Jewish extremists who were watching began to clap, cheer, and chant. The soldiers, who had only watched until this point, then came forward and motioned at the settlers, in a manner which the internationals described as “ok… that’s enough guys.”

The extremists, however, were allowed to stay in the area and continued watching and clapping as the HRWs tried to stop the flow of blood from the young woman’s face. Some, who were coming down the hill even tried to take photos of themselves next to her bleeding face, giving the camera a “thumbs-up” sign.

At this point, a HRW was taken into a police van and asked to identify who had attacked the group. The HRW did this, pointing out three Jewish extremists who the police took into their police vehicles. However, the extremists were all driven to different areas of the neighborhood and released nearly immediately. When one of the three was released on Shuhada Street, the crowd that was still celebrating the woman’s injuries applauded and cheered.

A settler medic came to the scene about 15 minutes after the attack and immediately began interrogating the internationals who had been attacked about why they were in Hebron. He refused to help the bleeding woman lying on the street in any way.

Five minutes after the settler medic arrived, the army medic arrived and began treating the injured woman. When she was later put on a stretcher, the crowd again clapped and cheered.

Police officers at the scene then began threatening to arrest the remaining HRWs if they did not immediately leave the area, even though they had just been attacked.

The injured woman was taken to Kiryat Arba settlement and then to Hadassah Ein Keren hospital in Jerusalem.

HRWs were later told by the police that they had not even taken the names of those who were identified as having attacked the HRWs and that one of the main assailants had simply told the police that he was due at the airport in two hours to fly back to France.

The incident was the latest attack by extremist Jews in Hebron. The small group of Khannist settlers in Tel Rumeida regularly attack and harass Palestinians in the area. The violence sometimes spills over to the international human rights workers who accompany Palestinians in an attempt to protect them from settler attack.

The settlers in Tel Rumeida encourage Jewish tourists to come to support them, as a way of making up for their small numbers. Today, hundreds had come from tours in Israel for a special event — many from overseas: France, England and the United States.

For more details and photos contact:
Tove - 054 747 9225
ISM media office 02 2971824 or 059 943 157

For a more personal account of the same events, see this journal entry.
http://www.palsolidarity.org/main/2006/ ... on-day-06/
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Postby Lulldapull » Sat Nov 25, 2006 11:17 am

Tidak hanya sukarelawati AS, Corrie Rachel yang tewas dilindas traktor cacing Zionis tersebut, relawan Inggris, Belgia serta Kanada juga menemui ajal yang sama, namun kebanyakan idiot Islamofobia disini tak mau tahu kenyataan brutal disana.

Bangsa Eropa, khususnya Skandinavia masih memiliki rasa peduli yang baik. Bahkan orang Inggris pun tercengang melihat kebrutalan hewan piaraan mereka terdahulu. BUT NEVER AN ISLAMOPHOBIC AMERIKKKAN.
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