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Israel DoesnâEUR(TM)t Abuse Children, It Only Murders Them

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According to eyewitnesses, the scene at the bombed-out neighborhood very much looked as if borrowed from the German city of Dresden in 1945.


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fly bird (26)
Saturday June 13, 2015, 2:05 am
Throughout its unglamorous history, the UN issued many scandalous reports and adopted many scandalous resolutions reflecting lack of justice and absence of moral honesty. This ever-existing symptom also reflected western hegemony over the international organization. However, none of these reports and resolutions seems more scandalous than this week’s report which kept Israel off the List of Shame, which includes states and entities that abuse children. This particular report is manifestly scandalous precisely because Israel is probably one of the most obscene abusers of children under the sun.

Indeed, there are a few countries in this world that can be compared to Israel in this respect.

At the top of the list of shame sits the Nazi-like Syrian regime of Bashar el-Assad which habitually and routinely murders children (and other civilians) in large numbers, either by dropping crude barrel bombs on residential neighborhoods and crowded streets or using deadly chemical agents against heavily populated areas.

To be sure, Israel uses neither crude barrel bombs nor chemical weapons to annihilate Palestinian children. Instead, the Jewish state achieves the same results by using huge laser guided bombs and missiles to destroy residential multi-story buildings, packed with civilians, including children.

Needless to say, the ultimate result of such barbarity is a little Auschwitz.

Exterminating from high altitudes is, of course, Israel’s preferred way of murdering Palestinian children and casting shock and awe in their hearts.

But it is by no means the only way. In its last year’s blitzkrieg in Gaza, Israel obliterated entire neighborhoods, such as Shujaiyya, utterly annihilating everything, including human, building and plant.

According to eyewitnesses, the scene at the bombed-out neighborhood very much looked as if borrowed from the German city of Dresden in 1945.

In earlier rounds of aggression, Israel had murdered and maimed hundreds of children. It has a long history of premeditatedly murdering Palestinian children. In light, one would exaggerate little by saying that Israel boasts the highest per capita rate of child-killers in the world.

Israel readily acknowledges that it kills Palestinian children knowingly.

A few years ago, this writer spoke with an Israeli Foreign Ministry spokeswoman who said that “Yes, we do know that Palestinian children are being killed as a result of our military activities, but we don’t do it deliberately.”

But this is a sheer lie, because in the final analysis killing knowingly is killing deliberately.

Indeed, mistakes in wars do occur and innocent civilians get killed. However, mistakes happen a few times not hundreds of times because in this case killing civilians becomes de facto policy.

This has always been and continues to be Israel’s policy. They kill the innocent civilians first and then, only then, the Israeli foreign ministry and other mouthpieces of Israeli hasbara (propaganda) get busy justifying the Nazi-like atrocities, mainly by concocting every conceivable lie and inventing fabulous narratives that have absolutely no iota of truth.

This reminds me of routine communiqués issued by the Israeli security forces during the first Palestinian intifada which started in December of 1987. Then the Israeli army spokesman would issue statements like this following the murder of Palestinian boys in the streets of the West Bank.

“IDF soldiers fired into the air to disperse Palestinian rioters. Palestinian sources reported five youths killed.” The wording of the Israeli army statements made many foreign observers, utterly affronted by the brutal ugliness of Israeli dishonesty, wonders if Palestinian boys had wings and could fly.

Moral bankruptcy

The clarion failure of the UN to condemn brazen Israeli criminality and brash violation of international law underscores the moral bankruptcy of the world body.

Consequently, more states and peoples will lose confidence in the ability and willingness of the UN to foster peace and justice throughout the world. Unfortunately, this is becoming more evident as time passes.

Eventually, this could transform our world into a real jungle, an unmistakable portent signaling ultimate self-destruction.

Justin Vale (13)
Saturday June 13, 2015, 2:50 am
why do you always leave out that it's because palestinians hide behind the children. and most times while shooting. and you can't hide it now cause isis has told the whole world. the UN has told the whole world. give your post credibility. state it. your heros hide behind their own kids and get them killed. even isis ran away because of that, and isis was killing them by the hundreds. say it. it isn't hard lady without a profile. it isn't hard. say israel kills kids, and i agree. but make the sentence longer. say israel kills kids because the kid's parents use them as human shields. and i'll not only agree. i'll do much more.

fly bird (26)
Saturday June 13, 2015, 10:40 am
the state of Israel kills and maims, abuses and tortures Palestinian children - and their families, the entire Palestinian community - to provoke, and create excuses to further the Israeli's violations against Palestinians in their own lands.

It is called 'MOWING THE LAWN'!!!

Justin Vale (13)
Saturday June 13, 2015, 8:39 pm
justine was back in 2007 or 2008. it's justin now. and no nyack, it's not a simple fact. you can look at the simple way if you feel like. but i'm not gonna. using tear gas is a direct attack upon children. that's not human. israel is not hamas. when children are killed by bullets the bullets are not meant for them. their parents put them in the way of the bullets. to ask a jew to gas a child is a sick thoughtless request.

Justin Vale (13)
Saturday June 13, 2015, 8:41 pm
and what are you ranting about jess? chill out and go bring me and nyack something to drink. cause we gonna smoke a blunt and talk about the justine days.

Past Member (0)
Sunday June 14, 2015, 5:10 pm

"Moving the lawn" everything that was alive is not longer. You have to thank Allah every day that you are fighting Israelis, and not China or Russia, I won't even say ISIS.

You seem to forgot how Jordan dealt with you when you p***ed them too much.

Evelyn B (63)
Monday June 15, 2015, 4:31 am
Jess - it's not that they target children "knowingly" - they just consider all Palestinians as potential terrorists irrespective of age - and therefore as valid targets for killing ...... They just do not see them as children, in the way that children are viewed in any other context. They've already expressed clearly that they'll apply the same perception for children in Lebanon if/when they return there ...... Enemy children aren't children, they are just potential targets .... It is sick thinking - but they aren't going out "to shoot children", just to "shoot Palestinians" (or Lebanese)

As for "human shields" - check the photos of where children and adolescents are being used as human shields - in the sense of being pushed in front of adults & armed fighters ...... and you'll find that it is almost exclusively IDF behind the children where children are serving as a shield. Not parents ....

The "human shields" excuse is used about Hamas in the sense of fighters being in areas where there are civilians ....

So, Justin - rethink your statements about parents putting their children in the way of bullets & teargas. You are confusing two different meanings of "human shields".
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