Photo credit: Aljazeera.net
The population of Gaza was about 1.5 million as of yesterday morning… there are 13 less this morning. Last night Israel murdered 13 Palestinians, mostly civilians, including the gorgeous baby in the photograph above. The child had a name, it was Muhammed Al-Bura’i. He was six months old. Israel felt the need to kill him as he might have been responsible for a Qassam rocket that was fired into Sderot killing an Israeli civilian.
Moments after the Qassam attack Israel filed a complaint with the United Nations … a report of that can be read HERE.
Whether that complaint was filed before or after Israel’s attack is not known.
Thirteen Palestinians massacred, mostly civilians… on this, the eve of the Nakba…a catastrophe of 60 years ago… a catastrophe that continues to this day.
The thirteen can be added to the following count of this month’s dead… taken from THIS Legal Report.
GAZA, (PIC)– The IOF troops killed 51 Palestinians including seven children and two women mostly in the Gaza Strip since the beginning of February, according to a report issued by the Nafha society for the defense of human and prisoners’ rights.
The report said that 46 victims were only killed in Gaza most of them during Israeli air strikes.
In another context, the IOF troops acknowledged that three Israeli settlers at least were injured during rocket attacks at noon Monday carried out by the Palestinian resistance on the Israeli Sderot settlement in the Palestinian lands occupied in 1948.
For its part, the Salahuddin Brigades, the armed wing of the popular resistance committees, announced its responsibility for firing two homemade rockets on Sderot, adding that this operation came in retaliation to the ongoing Israeli crimes committed against the Palestinian people in Gaza and the West Bank.
Israel is complaining.
Israel is protesting to the UNited Nations.
ISRAEL IS MURDERING PALESTINIAN CIVILIANS NON STOP AND NO ONE IS COMPLAINING ABOUT IT….
THE SILENCE OF THE WORLD IS DEAFENING!!
Thursday, February 28, 2008
By DesertPeace ∙ February 28, 2008