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Like Shooting Fish in a BarrelJafar M Ramini Salem-News.com
There is no rationalization for blatant killing of innocents.
(LONDON) - NOTE from Editor: This article was delayed by several days therefore some of the date references are not correct. Our apologies.
This is the favoured game of the Neo-Fascist Neo-Nazi occupiers of our land. Squeeze as many Palestinians in one place as you can. Leave no escape, nowhere to hide and then bomb them. Over and over and over again.
Why do the Neo-Nazis favour Gaza with this largesse? For no other reason than the Palestinians did as they were told, took the path to so-called democracy and elected Hamas as their legitimate government in 2006.
Hamas is an Islamic resistance movement and as such is not to be tolerated. Any resistance to their Neo –Nazi regime in Tel Aviv is not acceptable.
So, the people in the know in Israel and their colony in Washington put their heads together and came up with the idea that Hamas should be labeled as a terrorist organization, a label much favoured by the Neo –Cons in the USA since the advent of 9/11. Hamas equals terrorism. Done. Nobody can oppose the desires of the Neo-Nazis in Tel Aviv and their cheerleaders, AIPAC in Washington DC.
Right or wrong does not come into it.
Justice and fair play is forgotten.
International law is dismissed. It does not suit. Even the United Nations when criticizing Israel is simply ignored and called Anti-Semitic.
Now, here is a question for you fair-minded people around the world: If someone comes with brute force, kicking in the door of your home and forcibly pushing you out are you not entitled to resist? Are you not entitled to shout ‘foul’?
Apparently not if you’re a Palestinian and certainly not if the aggressor is the Neo-Nazi Zionists.
They created an illusion that they are the victims of oppression and dehumanization. They created an industry out of the Holocaust. Yet, what would you call what is being done by the Neo-Nazis in Tel-Aviv to the Palestinians in Gaza at this very moment? Would ‘The Palestinian Holocaust’ be appropriate? How could it be an exaggeration- when you consider it has been going on for more than 66 years?
Never mind the statistics that show us a child has been killed every three days in Palestine for the past 13 years. Don’t let’s look at the thousands upon thousands of ordinary civilians whose deaths were overlooked because they were in single figures. Instead, look at the numbers of the civilian casualties in Gaza over just the last five days. One Hundred and Sixty Five dead so far and counting. The UN Human Rights commission has declared that 75% of the dead in Gaza were civilians.
Not numbers. People.
7-year-old Ghalia Thieb Ghannam,
Some were watching the football, some were telling their children not to be afraid, that they would be protected, some were working in the hospital or trying to prepare food for their families. They are now numbers on itemized lists. Statistics, to be seen as the inevitable collateral damage of a brutal military assault.
Now they are out of harms way. No one can make them suffer any more. But the 1.7 million inhabitants of Gaza have more loss, more terror, more pain, more suffering, more loss of limb, more loss of life to come their way yet.
Why? Because the Neo-Nazis in Tel Aviv and their bloodthirsty leaders have not satisfied their lust for our blood yet. Netanyahu vowed to wipe Hamas off the face of the earth. His Minister of Defence and his Minister of Foreign Affairs are vying with each to invade and obliterate Gaza to smithereens.
Various members of the Neo-Nazi government in Tel Aviv have come out publicly calling for death to all Arabs. The social media is over-flowing with venomous comments and posts by Neo-Nazi Zionist soldiers and civilians: Kill the Arabs. Kill the Arabs. Kill the Arabs.
Less surprising when you discover that religious leaders in Tel Aviv are leading the call for Arab extinction.
This is nothing new. Twenty years ago, at the funeral of the mass murderer, Barouch Goldstein, who massacred 29 worshipers at Al-Ibrahemi Mosque in Hebron in 1994, Rabbi Yaacov Perrin speaking the eulogy said; “One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail.”
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef, whose funeral in October last year was the biggest ever seen in Israel called Arabs in general and Palestinians in particular cock-roaches to be crushed underfoot.
But, take care, we Arabs are not the only children of a lesser God. All humanity, apart from the Jews are inferior and not worth considering.
Rabbi Ovadia Yosef also said, “Goyim (non-Jewish) were born only to serve us. Without that, they have no place in the world – only to serve the People of Israel.”
Such views are extreme but not as rare or unusual as one might hope. Menachem Begin, leader of the Jewish terrorist Stern Gang and from 1977 - 1983 was the Prime Minister of Israel said, and I turn to former American President, Jimmy Carter for this information:
"Our race is the Master Race. We are divine gods on this planet. We are as different from the inferior races as they are from insects. In fact, compared to our race, other races are beasts and animals, cattle at best. Other races are considered as human excrement. Our destiny is to rule over the inferior races. Our earthly kingdom will be ruled by our leader with a rod of iron. The masses will lick our feet and serve us as our slaves."
This evil, this inhumanity, this brutal ethnic cleansing and obliteration of an entire people will continue and will flourish unless and until the international community, especially in the USA finds its moral compass and stops looking the other way.
For those readers who wish to pay respect to the Gaza dead over the past 5 days please see their names and ages here: http://www.imemc.org/article/68429
JAFAR M RAMINI JULY 13 2014
Jafar M Ramini is a Palestinian writer, commentator and analyst on Middle Eastern affairs living in London.
He was born in Jenin, northern Palestine, was educated in England and spent the early years of his working life in the Arabian Gulf and Saudi Arabia. He has traveled far and wide, searching for the answer to a question that still eludes him.
Why does the United States of America support the Zionist line in such a blind folded way while ignoring the legitimate rights of the indigenous Palestinian people? Particularly as the Palestinian people harbour no ill feelings towards America and its people nor has ever caused them any harm. It is, Jafar says, a conundrum.
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