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Israeli violence against Palestinians will never end as a result of UN & US hypocrisy

The US is fine with "rebels" like Al-Qaeda "protesting" in Syria, but when genuinely unarmed Palestinians protest the occupiers who violently expelled them from their homes and land, they are "inciting violence."
 
 

Israel officially admits striking ‘Syrian nuclear reactor’ in 2007

Israel Defense Forces have shared details of an airstrike that destroyed an alleged nuclear reactor under construction in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor back in 2007, for the first time officially acknowledging carrying out the secret raid. 
 
 

Israel arrests 900 Palestinian children in 2012

By Naif Zaydani | Al Arabiya | 28 Dec 2012

The Palestinian Authority is currently looking into the possibility of filing a complaint to the International Criminal Court (ICC) against Israel for arresting 900 Palestinian children in 2012.

In taking such an action, Palestine will be using its newly-acquired rights as an observer state at the United Nations, said Eissa Karakea, Palestinian Minister of Detainees’ Affairs.

 

Israeli Oppression, Palestinian Unity: the Rise of the Third Intifada?

By Jacob Chamberlain | Agencies | 20 Dec 2012

After a ceasefire was brokered to end Israel's eight day siege on Gaza earlier this month, Israel has continued to attack Palestinians in a number of ways: showing an unwillingness to give up its pursuit of Jewish settlements in the West Bank, withholding tax revenues indefinitely from the Palestinian Authority, and continuing to fire indiscriminately at Palestinians along the border. The latter resulted in the death of a 17-year-old boy last week—an event that sparked two days of tense protests in Hebron and what some are now saying will be the beginning of the third Intifada.

 

Gaza’s children suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder

By Reuters | 29 Nov 2012

The repeated exposure to violence has left many of Gaza’s children suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.

Children, who account for more than half of the 1.7 million people in Gaza, have been back to school, but there is still a long way for them to be back to normal.

These children, who have lived through two wars with Israel, are still coming to terms with what happened during Israel’s week-long bombardment of Gaza.

Saad Hasanat, 13, who lost six of his cousins, said the memory of seeing their bodies still haunts him.

 

Prophet Muhammad's Rules of War

By Qasim Rashid | 27 Nov 2012

As the volatility between Israel and Gaza continues to transform, one constant remains: rising "collateral damage." Unrest in Israel traces back six decades but the concept of collateral damage stretches back several millennia. And while in modern times we are allegedly "more civilized," 11-month-old Omar Masharawi's funeral, three dead Israelis, and a horrifying 120 killed Palestinians, tell a different story.

 

Indications and repercussions of Gaza attack

By Tarek Fahmi | Al Arabiya Institute for Studies | 17 Nov 2012

Israel did it and launched the Operation “Pillar of Defence,” targeting the head of Hamas military wing Ahmad al-Jaabari, the leader in the takeover of the Gaza Strip by Hamas, who played a role in the capture of IDF soldier Gilad Shalit.

This operation has many indications at different levels:

 

Israel Ranked World’s Most Militarized Nation

By Jim Lobe | IPS | 15 Nov 2012

Israel tops the list of the world’s most militarised nations, according to the latest Global Militarisation Index released Tuesday by the Bonn International Centre for Conversion (BICC).

 
 

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