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a Video Of Israeli Warplanes Bombing Ghaza
The genocide of Palestinians continues...
Sadly humanity suffers. But rockets landing on Israel doesn't, help the cause.
Two wrongs don't make a right.
Indiscriminate killing and bombing of densely populated cities should not be tollerated.
Then Palestinians should stop launching rocket from populated areas. If they want to avoid retaliation to their firing positions.
Hamas is responsible for all these ...
how you want from the victim to begin stoping ?
you know that israel usually begins the war .
Then install iron dome equivalent/ rival system in Palestine as those rockets fired by Palestine rather than doing any damage to Israel is attracting more fire from Israel.
Do you know what a person/ organization is called who can't think on the go?
Not really, looking at the history of islam and middle east
Why dont you start charity at your home with stopping killing Balooch, Shia first?
Paki hypocrisy continues.
I cant understand why a Egyptian feels sorry for Palestinians, Israel is no longer attacking Sinai.
Let us be clear all of Palestine belong to Jews.
No one can be compared to Palestinians when it comes to misery, landtheft and genocide.
There is no Palestine ,Check map gaza ppl most probably Egyptians,West bank jordanians and WB make peace with Isr so only UMMAH Brothers aka Egyptians fighting with jews.......
Now u will ask why fake palestine created&crying umma umma from past 70 yrs........ simple to control trade route (pass through egypt) now Isr securing trade route with US aid.
Islam is based on the values â€‹â€‹of justice and right, and the word Islam comes from the meaning of peace
The True Story About Gaza That The Israeli Are Hiding.
By Tuesday afternoon, the exchange rate of death in two days was 40-0 in favour of Israel. But now for the Gaza story you wonâ€™t be hearing from anyone else.
Itâ€™s about land. The Israelis of Sederot are coming under rocket fire from the Palestinians of Gaza and now the Palestinians are getting their comeuppance. Sure. But wait, how come all those Palestinians â€” all 1.5 million â€” are crammed into Gaza in the first place?
Well, their families once lived, didnâ€™t they, in what is now called Israel? And got chucked out â€” or fled for their lives â€” when the Israeli state was created.
And â€” a drawing in of breath is now perhaps required â€” the people who lived in Sederot in early 1948 were not Israelis, but Palestinian Arabs. Their village was called Huj. Nor were they enemies of Israel. Two years earlier, these same Arabs had actually hidden Jewish Haganah fighters from the British Army. But when the Israeli army turned up at Huj on May 31, 1948, they expelled all the Arab villagers â€” to the Gaza Strip!
Refugees, they became. David Ben Gurion (Israelâ€™s first prime minister) called it an â€œunjust and unjustified actionâ€.
Too bad. The Palestinians of Huj were never allowed back.
And today, well over 6,000 descendants of the Palestinians from Huj â€” now Sederot â€” live in the squalor of Gaza, among the â€œterroristsâ€ Israel is claiming to destroy and who are shooting at what was Huj. Interesting story.
And same again for Israelâ€™s right to self-defence. We heard it again this week. What if the people of London were being rocketed like the people of Israel? Wouldnâ€™t they strike back? Well yes, but we Brits donâ€™t have more than a million former inhabitants of the UK cooped up in refugee camps over a few square miles around Hastings.
The last time this specious argument was used was in 2008, when Israel invaded Gaza and killed 1,100 Palestinians (exchange rate: 1,100 to 13). What if Dublin was under rocket attack, the Israeli ambassador asked then? But the UK town of Crossmaglen, in Northern Ireland, was under rocket attack from the Irish Republic in the 1970s - yet the RAF didnâ€™t bomb Dublin in retaliation, killing Irish women and children.
In Canada in 2008, Israelâ€™s supporters were making the same fraudulent point. What if the people of Vancouver or Toronto or Montreal were being rocket-attacked from the suburbs of their own cities?
How would they feel? But the Canadians havenâ€™t pushed the original inhabitants of Canadian territory into refugee camps.
And now letâ€™s cross to the West Bank. First of all, Benjamin Netanyahu said he couldnâ€™t talk to Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas because he didnâ€™t also represent Hamas. Then when Abbas formed a unity government, Netanyahu said he couldnâ€™t talk to Abbas because he had unified himself with the â€œterroristâ€ Hamas. Now he says he can only talk to him if he breaks with Hamas â€” even though he wonâ€™t then represent Hamas.
OBSESSION WITH ISIS: Meanwhile, that great leftist Israeli philosopher Uri Avnery â€” 90 years old and still, thankfully, going strong â€” has picked up on his countryâ€™s latest obsession: the danger that Isis will storm west from its Iraqi/Syrian â€œcaliphateâ€ and arrive on the east bank of the Jordan river.
â€œAnd Netanyahu said,â€ according to Avnery, â€œif they are not stopped by the permanent Israeli garrison there (on the Jordan river), they will appear at the gates of Tel Aviv.â€ The truth, of course, is that the Israeli air force would have crushed Isis the moment it dared to cross the Jordanian border from Iraq or Syria.
The importance of this, however, is that if Israel keeps its army on the Jordan (to protect Israel from Isis), a future â€œPalestineâ€ state will have no borders and will be an enclave within Israel, surrounded on all sides by Israeli-held territory.
â€œMuch like the South African Bantustans,â€ says Avnery. In other words, no â€œviableâ€ state of Palestine will ever exist. After all, arenâ€™t Isis just the same as Hamas? Of course not.
But thatâ€™s not what we heard from Mark Regev, Netanyahuâ€™s spokesman. No, what he told Al Jazeera was that Hamas was â€œan extremist terrorist organisation not very different from Isis in Iraq, Hezbollah in Lebanon, Boko Haram ...â€
Tosh. Hezbollah is a Shia militia now fighting to the death inside Syria against theSunnis of Isis. And Boko Haram - thousands of kilometres from Israel - is not a threat to Tel Aviv.
But you get the point. The Palestinians of Gaza - and please forget, forever, the 6,000 Palestinians whose families come from the land of Sederot - are allied to the tens of thousands of Islamists threatening Maliki of Baghdad, Assad of Damascus or President Goodluck Jonathan in Abuja.
Even more to the point, if Isis is heading towards the edge of the West Bank, why is the Israeli government still building colonies there - illegally, and on Arab land - for Israeli civilians?
This is not just about the foul murder of three Israelis in occupied West Bank or the foul murder of a Palestinian in occupied East Jerusalem. Nor about the arrest of many Hamas militants and politicians in the West Bank. Nor about rockets. As usual, itâ€™s about land.
By arrangement with The Independent
Why not be in the side of the oppressed and to say the right word?
Does this mean I am Egyptian, I do not care what is happening around me .
and finally Israel wants to grab all the Palestinian territories, and this is not its right
You got.me wrong mate, I meant that Palestinians are the victims here of theft, landgrabbing and genocide.
I know the history of Israel and how Palestinian territory was grabbed from them and given to the jews to make up forthe socalled Holocaust.
People will come out in full force to condemn Israel but will never say a word against genocide of the Kurds and ahmadiyya.
The topic is Palestine and Israel, why would I be discussing Ahmediyas??
You stated there is no comparison, I was just proving otherwise.
Would you compare it to the genocide in IoK aswell?
Separate names with a comma.