rocket hit in Israel” (which is also occupied Palestine aka stolen homes)
and below is the picture of missile hit in Palestine.
see the difference?
Tel aviviwood at work - Watch Israeli propaganda in action. They posted a pic in their media of a so-called ‘Israeli woman hiding in a bomb shelter from Palestinian rockets’ - but in truth it was a photoshopped picture of a woman in the Philippines protecting her child presumably from the floods.
C’mon israel be original..all your crimes are!
Gazan father mourns the death of his 9 year old son, Ibraheem, who was killed at the hands of Israeli soldiers.
Ibraheem was shot in the head through a wall and, as he died in front of him, his father was threatened.
This man… His grief breaks my heart…
Don’t bring your FUCKING CHILD to a war zone. Problem solved. Idiotic.
Why did you feel the need to say something, not only heartless, but ignorant?
You do realise that there are people who live in Gaza who weren’t “brought” anywhere, right?
You do realise that any kind of transfer — entry or exit — is virtually impossible in Gaza, right?
You do realise you’re lambasting a grieving father, right?
Please think before you speak because your words could be devastating for anyone who’s been in a war zone, Gaza or elsewhere, and lost family in the most horrific of ways.
But didn’t you know? It’s always the Palestinians fault.
It’s their fault they’re oppressed, it’s their fault they’re under occupation, it’s their fault they’re getting slaughtered and imprisoned by zionist pigs who invade their homes and make their lives hell.
Palestinian family grieving over the loss of a husband and father who was murdered by Israeli soldiers | Tears of Gaza
Reblogging with an UPDATED link to the documentary, seeing as somebody reported the last one for ‘copyright’ so it’s no longer available.
Palestinian shepherd Saed al-Zawahri stands at his home near Jerusalem, as the illegal Israeli settlement known to Israelis as Har Homa and to Palestinians as Jabal Abu Ghneim is seen in the background, on April 25, 2012. Al-Zawahri lost a third of his land as Israel continued expanding the settlement over the past decade, despite its mere existence violating international law. (Reuters)
From The Independent:
Under international law, any Jewish settlements built on occupied territory are illegal. These include all the settlements in the West Bank, and thousands of Jewish homes in East Jerusalem, the Arab-dominated sector of the city annexed by Israel after the 1967 Six Day War. The international community still regards East Jerusalem as occupied territory. Despite firm commitments from successive Israeli governments to dismantle illegal outposts built after 2001 and to cease expansion of the settlements, Israel has provided millions of dollars worth of incentives to encourage poorer families to move into the West Bank. Some 300,000 settlers live in the West Bank.
Activist prevents Israeli officer from arresting Palestinian child
During Sunday’s Jerusalem Day events, a Palestinian boy, perhaps 10 years old, was chased down an East Jerusalem street by a very angry officer of the Border Police. The boy tripped and fell, then picked himself up just as the Border Police officer reached him and tried to grab him. But a 22 year-old female Israeli activist prevented the boy’s arrest by throwing herself between the two, allowing the Palestinian boy to flee.
Jerusalem Day is meant to be a celebration of the city’s ‘reunification’ following Israel’s victory in the 1967 war. In practice, it is a day for Israeli nationalists, draped in flags, dancing in circles, singing and chanting (including the popular Israeli nationalist chant, ‘death to Arabs’) as they march through the streets of East Jerusalem and the Old City. Many of the Jewish demonstrators are bused in from right-wing yeshivas in Israel and the West Bank
This year, an Orthodox Jewish man grabbed the Palestinian flag from the hands of a 10 year-old boy and refused to return it. The boy, enraged, tried to prise it out of the Jewish man’s hands. A Border Police officer, seeing the struggle between a 10 year-old Palestinian boy and a fully grown Jewish man, chased the Palestinian boy rather than ordering the Jewish man to return the flag. Someone made a montage of the incident and posted it on Facebook, with commentary. Note the expression of rage in the Border Police officer’s eyes, as seen in the second photo.
In the end the boy got away, due to the intervention of a 22 year-old Israeli activist from Jerusalem named Sahar Vardi, who threw herself in front of the Border Police officer just as he was about to grab the child. Photojournalist Haim Schwarczenberg caught the incident.
The incident was also filmed and the clip posted on Youtube.