Palestinian Holocaust: Children Victims of Cast Lead
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But Jesus said, Suffer little children, and forbid them not, to come unto me: for of such is the kingdom of heaven. Matthew 19:14
Horrors are the only certainty during a war. One of the most difficult horrors to comprehend they can never be accepted is the assassination of children. On December 8, 1983, Yosef Harnoi, a settler from Eilon Moreh, assassinated an eight-year-old girl called Aisha Adnan Al-Bahsh. On July 3, 2009, a 17-year-old girl named Hyam Ayash from the Deir al-Balah Refugee Camp in Gaza was assassinated by the IDF. Iman al-Hams was a 13-year old refugee schoolgirl who was wounded and then executed by an Israeli platoon commander in Rafah, in 2004. According to testimonies given by soldiers in the same company to the Yedioth Ahronoth, a soldier in the watchtower identified Iman and cautioned his commander shouting, "Don't shoot. It's a little girl." The company commander, the soldiers testified that he "approached her, shot two bullets into her [head], walked back towards the force, turned back to her, switched his weapon to automatic and emptied his entire magazine into her." These are the true Jewish values, unobscured by double-talk.
While Israel cries crocodile tears about a well kept war prisoner - he even get birthday cakes! (Dagan, what about mine?) the IDF assassinated at least 321 babies and children during the Cast Lead Massacre. Subsequently, the State of Israel was defined as a Terror Organization.
I decided to compile a list of Palestinian children assassinated by the IDF and the State of Israel. I invite the mourning families to send me all available details. In the future, the goal is to create a Palestinian Yad Vashem, commemorating all the Palestinian Holocaust victims assassinated by Israel and the IDF. The resulting page is large and thus was separated from this introduction; it can be accessed by clicking here.
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