Maybe such as the Jews’ puppet Barack Obama you will say that Israel killing women and children in Gaza because for 8 years Hamas keep firing rockets to Israel. It is understandable.
Well, the last Israel attack killed more than 1,300 Gaza people. Mostly women and children. Based on the civilian victims, Israel is a Terrorist state.
On the other hand, Hamas the freedom fighter (according to Israel and its puppets is terrorist) only kill 13 Israelis where 10 (most of them) were soldiers. So, Hamas with more primitive weapons was better than Israel in selecting victim.
In the 8 years of “Rocket Attack” by Hamas, Israel slaughtered many Palestinians in Shabra and Shatila, Nablus, Hebron, Jenin, etc. So, why Israel now is acting like a “Holocaust” victim? Knowing many massacre by Israel, could you see the reason why Hamas is rocketing Israel?
Israel is blockading Gaza. The people in Gaza could not have enough food or clean water to drink. Through heavy blockade with Egypt Government, Hosni Mobarak, Israel is killing the people of Gaza with Starvation and Thirsty.
If Israelis do that to you, will you fight back instead of dying from starvation and thirsty?
The Jews are not the Chosen People. The Chosen people will not do evil thing like that. The Jews are the cursed people by God (Quran, Al Fatihah).
The Criminal Wars trial should not punish only little men in Israel, but also should punish Israel leaders such as Shimon Peres, Tzipi Livni, and others responsible. They have used depleted uranium weapons, chemical weapons (white phosphoric bombs), clustered bombs, in civilian area and kill many women and children. The Israel leaders should be punished just like the NAZI leaders.
Israel denies Gaza access to clean water
Fri, 30 Jan 2009 17:52:45 GMT
Israel has refused to allow a French-made water purification system into Gaza amid a drinking water crisis in the Palestinian strip.
The French Foreign Ministry said Friday that Tel Aviv had blocked the entry of a much-needed water purification station into Gaza and had forced its repatriation.
Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesman Eric Chevallier said the move has sparked an outcry in the Elysée, prompting it to summon the Israeli ambassador to Paris to explain why the system was denied access.
“There were a very great number of steps taken at all levels to try to get the water purification station into Gaza,” he said, adding that Israel’s explanation was not satisfactory.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs recently warned that Israel’s 23-day onslaught on Gaza has pushed its sewage system on the brink of collapse and thus increased risks of groundwater contamination in the Palestinian territory.
“The most dangerous thing is the contamination of drinking water with sewage. We need an international organization like the World Health Organization to investigate the matter,” said Monther Shoblak, head of the Coastal Municipalities Water Utility (CMWU).
According to the UN, Israel’s three week-long saturation bombing of the Palestinian territory has seriously damaged pipes and has left drinking water in very short supply.
Warning of the serious public health risks, the World Bank has urged the Israeli government to allow enough fuel into Gaza to operate some 170 water and sewage pumps there.
The bank called on Israel to allow maintenance crews to shore up a sewage lake in northern Gaza before it overflows at the expense of the 1.5 million Palestinians living in the area.
Gaza needs clean water, sanitation, shelter, says UN – Summary
Gaza City – The number of casualties from Israel’s three- week-long offensive against militants in the Gaza Strip was “extremely shocking,” the United Nations humanitarian chief John Holmes said Thursday as he began a five-day fact-finding mission in the battered salient. Holmes said the most immediate concerns were to provide clean water, electricity, sanitation and shelter for those who lost their homes in the Israeli air strikes or in the intensive fighting once Israeli ground troops entered the salient.
He said Gaza’s border crossings would have to be opened to allow humanitarian aid to reach the enclave.
Israel‘s crossings to the Strip had been closed intermittently before the operation, with Jerusalem carrying out a blockade on the salient after Hamas, which does not recognise the Jewish state, seized control there.
Hamas has demanded the crossings remain open permanently.
Israel cuts electricity and food supplies to Gaza
Fuel trucks line up at a Gaza Strip power plant in August 2007
21 January 2008
Israel has cut off the supply of electricity, fuel and humanitarian assistance to the population of Gaza, a move Amnesty International has condemned as collective punishment.
With the blockade likely to lead to a public health emergency, Amnesty International called for an immediate lifting of the blockade on fuel, humanitarian aid and basic necessities, as well as other restrictions that have effectively prevented entry or exit of people and goods from the Gaza Strip since Hamas seized control in the territory in June 2007.
“More than 40 seriously ill patients have died since the Israeli authorities closed Gaza’s borders last June, denying them access to hospital treatment abroad,” said Malcolm Smart, Amnesty International’s Middle East and North Africa programme director. “Now the entire Gaza population is being out at risk as electricity, fuel and other supplies run out.”
Amnesty International acknowledged Israel’s right to take measures to protect its population from rocket and other attacks by Palestinian armed groups in Gaza, but condemned the Israeli authorities’ decision to cut off essential supplies to Gaza’s 1.5 million inhabitants.
“This action appears calculated to make an already dire humanitarian situation worse, one in which the most vulnerable — the sick, the elderly, women and children — will bear the brunt, not those responsible for the attacks against Israel,” said Malcolm Smart.
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