The Jewish Holocaust Against Palestine
Israel's government and military follwed the Dahiya doctrine that emerged from their invasion of Lebanon, involving the application of disproportionate force and the causing of great damage and destruction to civilian property and infrastructure, and suffering to civilian populations. Their actions cumulatively indicate the intention to inflict collective punishment on the people of Gaza.
The Jewish government clearly had a deliberate and systematic military policy to target industrial sites, educational institutions, religious institutions, all food processing, farmland and livestock, water installations.|
Jewish forces perpetrated deliberate targeting and destruction of industrial infrastructure, food production, water installations, sewage treatment and housing. The nature of the strikes, in particular the precise targeting of crucial machinery, suggests that the intention was to disable the factory in terms of its productive capacity.
Chicken farms that supplied over 10 per cent of the Gaza egg market were overrun by armoured bulldozers of the Jewish military. They systematically flattened the coops, killing all 31,000 chickens inside, and destroyed the plant and material necessary for the business. The Mission concludes that this was a deliberate act of wanton destruction not justified by any military necessity.
In Operation Cast Lead, Jewish forces first attacked all Gaza police stations, four of them during the first three minutes, killing more than 250 policemen plus many station staff - 20% of Gaza's police in a few minutes.|
The Jewish military also attempted to eradicate the UN facilities in Gaza, first targeting the UNRWA field office compound in Gaza City with high explosive and white phosphorous munitions. The compound was sheltering almost 700 civilians, and contained a huge fuel depot. The depot has an underground storage facility, which at the time had about 120,000 litres of fuel. Fuel tankers parked above ground had around 49,000 litres of fuel.
The Jewish military targeted 7 Gaza mosques with missiles, when they would be full of civilians during the early evening prayer.|
The UN Mission also concluded that in the destruction by Israeli armed forces of private residential houses, the Jews intended to inflict severe collective damage. In practice, the Jews first targeted and destroyed the largest and most valuable homes, that would cause the greatest economic loss and kill the most civilians.
The Jewish government attempted to disable the Palestinian Legislative Council and destroy all semblance of government in Palestine, by arresting many of its legislative members, as well as most who had been involved in municipal or PLC elections. The Israeli army arrested some 65 members of the PLC, Mayors and Ministers. All were held at least two years, without charges or trial, generally in inadequate conditions.
Palestinians are denied free access to approximately 1,500 km of roads within the West Bank.47 Travel on these roads by Palestinians is completely forbidden.|
Approximately 700,000 Palestinian men, women and children have been detained by Israel. At the time of this report, there were approximately 8,100 Palestinian ‘political prisoners’ in detention in Israel, including 60 women and 390 children.
Civilians, including women and children, were detained in degrading conditions, deprived of food, water and access to sanitary facilities, and exposed to the elements in January without any shelter. The men were handcuffed, blindfolded and repeatedly made to strip naked.
From 2004 until November 2006, the Israeli armed forces fired approximately 15,000 artillery shells and conducted more than 550 air strikes into the Gaza Strip.
In Operation "Cast Lead", 1,500 Palestinians were killed, with only four Israeli casualties. In addition, nine Israeli soldiers were killed during the fighting inside the Gaza Strip, four of whom died from friendly fire.
The Government of Israel in a July 2009 report on the military operations clarified that Gaza policemen were deliberately targeted and killed on the grounds that the police as an institution are part of the Palestinian military forces.|
The Government of Israel, however, refused to cooperate with the Mission at three levels:
(a) it refused to meet the Mission and to provide access to Government officials, including military, and documentation
(b) it precluded the Mission from travelling to Israel in order to meet with Israeli victims, witnesses, members of civil society and NGOs; and
(c) it prevented the Mission from travelling to the West Bank to investigate alleged violations there.
After an international outcry, the Israeli Military Advocate General ordered some criminal investigations, but closed them two weeks later, concluding that all allegations “were based on hearsay”.
Subsequent to these UN public hearings in Geneva, the Jewish military began to arrest anyone, Jew or Palestinian, who gave testimony or supplied evidence of the atrocities committed by the Jewish military.
Some Jewish soldiers formed a group named "Breaking the Silence", testifying to the conduct of Jewish military forces in Gaza in December 2008 and January 2009.
“Part of the silence of Israeli society is to believe these are isolated and exceptional incidents. But these are the most routine, day-to-day, banal stories,” said Yehuda Shaul of Breaking the Silence.
Since "Breaking the Silence" was launched in 2004, it has met with a hostile response from Israel’s political and military establishment. There have been attempts to discredit supporters, and its leaders have been subject to interrogation and censure. Conviction and imprisonment will follow.
Dozens of these have been fired and, according to all reports, few have ever caused any damage few Jewish deaths or injuries have resulted.|
But in retaliation, the Israeli military bombs to rubble hundreds of Arab homes each time. That's meant to be punishment to the Arabs, but it is rather more diabolical than mere punishment.
Gaza is under an Israeli military blockade, which means that nothing enters or leaves without inspection and approval by the Jews. Israel claims it is preventing the import of weapons - and this is certainly something it would want to do - but the blockade is not about weapons at all.
The first category of items banned by this blockade is construction materials. And that means that no Arab homes can be rebuilt after the Israeli military destroys them. And after any dispute, real or imagined, the Israeli military bombs more Arab homes to rubble, homes which cannot be rebuilt due to lack of materials, forcing the Palestinians into a progressively more primitive, inhumane and inhuman existence.
The Jews have consistently targeted anything that will help to eviscerate the fabric of Palestine civilisation.
Palestinians are free to leave Gaza if they intend to migrate to another Arab country - which was the plan from the begining. In fact, the initial thoughts were that the Palestinian people were so scattered, weak and without leadership that they would just disappear into the night, leaving all of the land to the Jews. All of the violence in that area has occurred because the Arabs didn't act according to Jewish expectations. They didn't leave; they stayed, regardless of the pain and violence.
Every year, there are constant and numerous reports of olive trees in the Palestinian West Bank being burned, uprooted, chopped down or stripped of their fruit by Jewish settlers, under the protection of the Israeli military. Rabbis for Human Rights claimed that the olives from about 600 trees near the settlement of Havat Gilad were stolen before their Palestinian owners could harvest them. The attacks and damage go unpunished.|
Typically, a group of Right-Wing extremist Jews will decide on a location for a new settlement and, with the protection of the Israeli military, will move in and begin construction. If the Palestinian residents cannot be driven off their land by fear, the Jews will typically douse with gasoline and set fire to all the olive trees on which the Arabs depend for their living. Either that, or simply chop them all down. Now, you have no reason to stay. Events like these are never reported in North America, but they are daily life in Palestine.
Netanyahu called Israel’s sovereignty over the entire city “indisputable”. Israelis and Palestinians view Jerusalem as their capital and east Jerusalem holds several sites holy to Jews, Christians and Muslims.|
The US and Britain have asked Israel to stop the building project but aides close to Mr Netanyahu said the issue was not up for discussion.
They entered all the municipal buildings, some schools, hospitals and other places, and seized all the records - including all the hard drives from all the computers. These were the locations that contained all the land records of the Palestinian people and, after these records were seized they were presumably destroyed.|
So now the Palestinian people can have their 'right of return'. If they want to resettle lands that are rightfully theirs, all they need do is prove prior ownership. But without records, there is no proof of ownership of anything, so we can kiss this hope goodbye. No Palestinian will ever return to any of his prior homes or land.
There have been countless 'peace talks', all of which have been sabotaged at the last minute by the Jews themselves. At the crisis point of yet another hopeful round of talks, the Israeli military will conduct yet another unprovoked campaign, will permit and encourage yet more new settlements in the West Bank, will renege on the right of return or some other critical issue, and the talks collapse. The fact is that Israel, and the Jews in it, do not want 'Peace'; they want victory. And to them, victory is the cleansing of the entire country of Palestine - cleansing of Palestinians - so that all the land will become part of the State of Israel.
With each round of peace talks, for example during late 2010, Israel has again approved more illegal settlements, has demanded oaths of allegiance to the Jewish state from all Palestinians, and the talks are dead one more time.
There will never be peace in that part of the world until all the Palestinians are gone or dead. Or until thinking people around the world recover their lost consciences.
From my own memory, the evolution of what we might properly call (and condemn as) terrorism began in the Middle East with plane hijackings, as a way to draw the world's attention to the plight of the people in Palestine. And deteriorated after that. How and why would such a development occur?|
By the late 1960s, the Palestinians had already watched themselves be driven off their lands for perhaps 40 years, suffering violence and death in the process. They had been, at least in their eyes, betrayed by most of the world, and there was no sign of anyone coming to their aid. I can still recall the first acts that we now refer to as terrorism, the hijacking of a plane somewhere in the Middle East, as one of these acts motivated by resentment and desperation, designed to attract international attention.
It seems to me that it is quite easy for us to demonise the Palestinians if we close our eyes to their almost-century-long progressive misfortune. After generations of attacks and massacres, of being progressively driven from their homes and land, after decades of injustice and betrayal, I believe almost all people would begin to fight back in any way possible.
The world media and world leaders tell us emphatically that this in no way justifies the attacking and killing of innocent civilians, but they conveniently avoid the fact that enormous "terrorist" acts were persistently perpetrated by Jews on the Palestinians for decades - to virtual total silence by these same media and leaders.
The Palestinian people had no organised military, nor any arms of consequence, and it was therefore entirely civilians who perished under the persistent onslaught by the Jews. The Palestinians responded by throwing stones - the only weapons they had - which resulted in many killings.
I do not know the total death toll of the Palestinians, but it is at least in the hundreds of thousands if not more, and virtually all of those have been civilian deaths.|
And those deaths were not the result of lost military battles but of ordinary people resisting while being driven out of their land. These are mass civilian murders by the Jewish state, most of which go unannounced, and all of which go unpunished.
Israel does a great job of publicising the occasional (and brutal) acts by the Palestinians, but we read virtually nothing about the savage brutality of the Jews. It isn't the Arabs that were dropping phosphorus bombs on Jewish children hiding in their schools, but the other way around. The UN has repeatedly condemned Israel for hundreds of such brutal acts, but the Western press is almost always silent.
In 2010, it was Israel that attacked and boarded a relief vessel headed for Gaza and killed 9 members of the crew. Israel claimed 'self-defense', but 9 crewmen were shot 5 and 6 times in the back of the head. The world was angry for a few weeks, Israel defiantly refused any international investigation and, with the protection of the US, the matter died. It's always been the same.
What are the Palestinians to do, as they watch what is left of their country become further absorbed by the Jews? At what point do patriotism and hopelessness become 'terrorism'? For how many decades would any of us endure such treatment as the Palestinians have endured in their country, before we began to fight back? With no military there would be no army or air force to battle Israel. Not that it would help much against such a superior force.|
So what would be done? The only remaining actions are the more desperate ones of defiance, perhaps some with international implications, actions to perhaps get the attention of the world and put an end to the grave injustices being done.
And that is very much what has happened in Palestine. The Arabs there have endured more than 80 years of increasing and genuine 'terrorism' at the hands of the Jews, watched their homeland gradually disappear under the military might of the Israeli military, with no help from anywhere.
Who among us, experiencing this first-hand, living the experience, would not eventually be filled with resentment and even hatred for the occupying forces, and want to punish and retaliate in whatever way was possible?
"We don't want no stone-throwing Palestinians scratching the paint on our nuclear missiles."
It has often been said that if you repeat a lie five times, most people will believe it. I accept this statement, and for sure it has succeeded in the context of claims about Israel's need for "security". Israel's stated goal is to be the fourth-largest military power in the world, and it is well on its way. Israel invests a hugely disproportionate part of its GDP into arms and weapons - research, manufacturing, trading - and has perhaps the largest and best-trained (and most ruthless) military in the Middle East.
There have been many of these incidents, using counterfeit passports from Australia, Canada, the UK and other countries.|
Also in late 2010, Israeli agents on motorcyles planted bombs on the passenger cars of two nuclear scientists in Teheran, killing both and escaping. How do you avoid categorising the country of Israel as a terrorist state?
Israel has one of the most extensive spy networks in the world, the Mossad, which is responsible for all these killings and more. These agents spy on friends and enemies alike, as with the case of Jonathon Pollard who was convicted for spying on the US. There have been so many reports of Israeli telecom equipment eavesdropping throughout the US and other countries where their equipment has been installed. Even Bill Clinton was recorded as stating his conviction that the White House phones were tapped - and not by the Secret Service.
All claims about Israel defending its security are pure rubbish, and it is astonishing that so many people and so much of the Western media regurgitate this garbage.
Hardly. Israel today is about as democratic as Apartheid South Africa was, and has about the same level or dispersion of 'human rights and freedoms'. Israel is fascist and racist, by design, and the Zionists have no intention of changing these policies. A distasteful part of the campaign for Israel's 'security' is the oath that all citizens must now take, pledging allegiance to the "Jewish" state.
Many are so terrified that they refuse to seek medical treatment. Jewish organisations, the International Red Cross, Human Rights Watch and many more, have all confirmed hundreds if not thousands of cases.|
Palestinians cannot plant so much as a tomato vine, to say nothing of a fruit or olive tree, without written permission from their Jewish overlords. They cannot build any structure without a permit - which is virtually impossible for them to obtain. The list is endless. More than one member of Israel's government has boasted that the Palestinians have lost everything and been turned into 'hewers of wood and drawers of water' for their masters.
Israel as a democracy, as a bastion of freedom and human rights, is an obscene travesty. It is unbelieveable that the World will not gather the moral courage to sanction this country of violent Right-Wing religious extremists and put an end to this festering boil on the face of the earth.
The Jewish Holocaust Against Palestine
This is a set of 5 articles, dealing with the tragedy in Palestine today. It is an attempt, hopefully not in vain, to bring these events to the attention of more of the world. The inhumanity of the Jews' brutality and savage treatement of the Palestinians must be brought to consciousness in all countries, until the groundswell of public opinion cannot be ignored.|
It is not enough to put pressure on the Jews to cease their insane pogrom. Those who have perpetrated these atrocities must be brought to justice.
The first article is an introduction to the situation and some photo and other documentation of the Jewish atrocities being committed. The second is a photo-essay based on a United Nations Human Rights Report on the Jewish Operation Cast Lead, and a catalog of the atrocities committed by the Jews.
The final three articles are a photo-essay based on the a report by Amnesty International on the Jewish Operation Cast Lead, and a long listing of the atrocities committed by the Jews. Corresponding photos are introduced from a variety of sources to help document the savagery outlined in the text.
Israel's Genocide in Gaza - A Photoessay: Introduction: The Jewish Holocaust Against Palestine: Click Here
Israel's Genocide in Gaza - A Photoessay - Part 1: Exerpts from the UN Special Report on Jewish Human Rights Violations in Palestine: Click Here
Israel's Genocide in Gaza - A Photoessay - Part 2: A Report by Amnesty International on Operation "Cast Lead": Click Here
Israel's Genocide in Gaza - A Photoessay - Part 3: A Report by Amnesty International on Operation "Cast Lead": Click Here
Israel's Genocide in Gaza - A Photoessay - Part 4: A Report by Amnesty International on Operation "Cast Lead": Click Here
As a companion piece to this Multi-Part article, you may care to read the 3-Part series titled: "Israel's War on Children".|
The documentation and disturbingly graphic photos of children shot in the head - deliberately - by Jewish soldiers, of small children burned to a crisp by white phosphorus munitions, are enough to sicken anyone with an ounce of humanity.
Part 1: Israel's War on Children - Murdering Children for Sport:.
Part 2: Israel's War on Children -Brutal Interrogation of Young Palestinians:.
Part 3: Israel's War on Children -In Gaza, the Schools are Dying Too:.
||"Separate and Unequal: Israel’s Discriminatory Treatment of Palestinians in the Occupied Palestinian Territories".|
||"UN Report on the Middle East Peace Process"|
||"Operation "Jewish Violations of International Law on Gaza Ship Attack".|
||"Palestine's Harvest Horror":|
||"Without Water, There is No Life":|