Friday March 22, 2019
SNc Channels:



May-10-2011 01:56printcomments

'Breaking the Silence' - Testimonies of Israeli Soldiers Breaking International Law

New blog places harrowing true stories before readers.

Many Israeli soldiers are remorseful today for war crimes they committed against Palestinian people.
Many Israeli soldiers are remorseful today for war crimes they committed against Palestinian people.

(TEL AVIV) - Breaking The Silence is the devastating testimonies by Israeli Soldiers of their actions in the Occupied Territories as related to the ex-soldiers who set up the Breaking The Silence commission.

The soldier's knowledge of the continual breaking of international law and the Geneva Conventions is of great public interest, yet seems to have passed the world's media by.

I have been given permission to edit the documents for public performance and dissemination and I have devised a formula which encompasses many of the soldier's testimonies.

The Testimonies will be released at intervals over the coming months with other material collected by me over the years, including reflections on the Language of Propaganda used by the Israeli Press and the IDF.

Can be read at:

The First selection will start on Monday MAY 9 2011

I urge you to read the Testimonies and to alert and engage your fellow correspondents in the exercise.

This is not propaganda as used by Mark Regev, AIPAC, the Israeli press and others but the irrefutable evidence of horrendous behaviour by the Israeli Defence Forces as told by individual soldiers.

Auto up dates at

Comments Leave a comment on this story.

All comments and messages are approved by people and self promotional links or unacceptable comments are denied.

[Return to Top]
©2019 All opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of

Articles for May 9, 2011 | Articles for May 10, 2011 | Articles for May 11, 2011
Call 503-362-6858 to Order Ahead  or for Party Reservations!

Your customers are looking: Advertise on!

Donate to and help us keep the news flowing! Thank you.

Sean Flynn was a photojournalist in Vietnam, taken captive in 1970 in Cambodia and never seen again.