“Today, Israel is a formidable settler-colonialist state, unwilling to transform or compromise, and eager to crush by whatever means necessary any resistance to its control and rule in historical Palestine. Beginning with the ethnic cleansing of 80 percent of Palestine in 1948, and Israel’s occupation of the remaining 20 percent of the land in 1967, Palestinians in Israel are now enclaved in mega-prisons, bantustans, and besieged cantons, and singled out through discriminatory policies. Meanwhile, millions of Palestinian refugees around the world have no way to return home, and time has only weakened, if not annihilated, all internal challenges to this ideological infrastructure. Even as I write, the Israeli settler state continues to further colonize and uproot the indigenous people of Palestine”, - Israeli, Jewish Historian Ilan Pappe from his book ‘The Ethnic Cleansing of Palestine’.

Once upon a time there was a place called Palestine, a land of milk & honey written about in a book called The Bible. This ended in 1948 when Ben-Gurion declared the creation of the State of Israel. Palestine was then flooded with Jews from Europe, later USA and other countries. These immigrants kicked the Palestinians out of their homes, off their farms and out of Palestine. Now the Palestinians are imprisoned in The Gaza Strip, a foul strip of desert between Israel & Egypt, or have been forced out to the west of The River Jordan. However even that is not enough for the Israelis, they keep expanding into the West Bank territory and creating settlements there and every couple of years the Israelis have a turkey shoot, except it's not turkeys they're shooting its defenceless women and children mostly.

Let’s look at the map below and see how 1.5 million Palestinians have been squeezed into a small bit of land.  Now Adolf Hitler did far less than this in trying to recover land from Poland which had been stolen from Germany after World War 1.  World War 2 was started because of this.  Yet no one has come to the aid of the Palestinians were Genocide has been carried out against them by Israel.  Since 1948 750,000 Palestinians have been forced from their lands and homes by Israel were they had lived for centuries and many of them slaughtered and raped along the way.  The western leaders in America, Britain and France etc. don’t even condemn this because they are the puppets of Rothschild and the Israeli Zionists.  If any other country in the world did this to a neighbouring country it would not be allowed but Israel is allowed to get away with it, Why?  Saddam Hussein went into Kuwait in 1990 and immediately America sent in its troops to remove him, is Israel going into Palestine any different, no it is not.

Prime Minister David Ben Gurion earlier said after Israel brutally expelled the Palestinians from their homes and land in the 1948 war establishing the state of Israel: "We have come and we have stolen their country....We must do everything to insure they (the Palestinians) never do return”.

Before anyone starts saying well ‘the Jews lived there 2,000 years ago they are just reclaiming their homeland’. That is nonsense.  Does that mean Germany can go in and reclaim Prussia from Poland and Russia because it was theirs 70 years ago or can Argentine go and reclaim the Falklands because it was theirs 200 years ago?  No that is nonsense.  People really need to do some research because 80% of the Jews in this world do not have their roots in the Middle East.  80% of the Jews in this world are descended from the Khazarian Empire and are known as Ashkenazi Jews. In the 7th century King Bulan of Khazar converted the empire from a form of Pagan worship to Judaism.  The Khazarian Empire encompassed Poland, Bulgaria, Romania and Hungary now known as The Pale of Settlement.

Eran Elhaik (Jewish) has a doctorate in molecular evolution from the University of Houston and he produced a research article titled “The Missing Link of Jewish European Ancestry: Contrasting the Rhineland and the Khazarian Hypotheses,” in the online journal Genome Biology and Evolution.

Elhaik says he has proved that Ashkenazi Jews’ roots lie in the Caucasus — a region at the border of Europe and Asia that lies between the Black and Caspian seas — not in the Middle East. They are descendants, he argues, of the Khazars, a Turkic people who lived in one of the largest medieval states in Eurasia and then migrated to Eastern Europe in the 12th and 13th centuries.

Prof. Shlomo Sand of Tel Aviv University published “The Invention of the Jewish People” in 2008 in which he says “The Jews living elsewhere are mainly the descendants of converted peoples. Ashkenazi Jews (Jews in Eastern Europe) are mainly descendants of Khazars”

There are hundreds of books {most of which are Jewish Encyclopedias and history books} available for study, which prove that over 90% of the Jews of the world are not a Semitic people, but few people other than historians ever bother to read them.

Here is an excerpt from two of them:

Encyclopedia Americana (1985): "Ashkenazim, the Ashkenazim are the Jews whose ancestors lived in German was among Ashkenazi Jews that the idea of political Zionism emerged, leading ultimately to the establishment of the state of Israel...In the late 1960s, Ashkenazi Jews numbered some 11 million, about 84 percent of the world Jewish population."

The American People's Encyclopedia for 1954 at 15-292 records the following in reference to the Khazars: "In the year 740 A.D. the Khazars were officially converted to Judaism. A century later they were crushed by the incoming Slavic-speaking people and were scattered over central Europe where they were known as Jews. It is from this grouping that most German, Polish and Hungarian Jews are descended, and they likewise make up a considerable part of that population now found in America. The term Aschenazim is applied to this round-headed, dark-complexioned division.

Watch the video below were Jake Morphonios of the Black Intelligence Network shows you how over the last 3000 years, Jews have only had Jerusalem as their capital for only 200 of those years.

Watch the video below of David Icke's research into were the Jews realy originated from.

Let us look at some UN statistics

94% — Percentage of Palestine inhabited by Palestinians in 1946.

15% — Percentage of Palestine inhabited by Palestinians today.

5 million — Number of Palestinians currently living in foreign refugee camps.

8,701 — Number of Palestinians killed by Israelis since 2000.

1,138 — Number of Israelis killed by Palestinians since 2000.

8:1 — Ratio of Palestinian-Israeli deaths since 2000

1,772 — Number of Palestinian children killed by Israelis since 2000.

93 — Number of Israeli children killed by Palestinians since 2000.

19:1 — Ratio of Palestinian-Israeli child deaths since 2000

$3 billion — Average annual US aid to Israel over the past 20 years.

25% — Percentage of the entire annual US foreign aid budget that goes to Israel

5th Century: Jews constituted 10-15 percent of the population of Palestine.

1850: Jews constituted 4 percent of the population of Palestine.

1917: At the end of World War One, Palestine was among several former Ottoman Arab territories occupied by Britain. Jews constituted 11 percent of the population of Palestine with almost all of the Jewish population arriving during the previous 40 years as part of the European Zionist movement that sought to establish a Jewish state. British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour issued a declaration stating, “His Majesty’s government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object.”

1922: Palestine was officially placed under the administration of Britain according to a mandate issued by the League of Nations. Under the British Mandate, the Jewish population in Palestine increased from 11 percent to 32 percent in 1948.

1939-1947: Armed Jewish groups carried out a violent insurgency against the British in an effort to pressure the ruling authority to fulfil the Balfour Declaration and establish a Jewish state.

The start of the atrocities against the Palestinians started on April 9, 1948 when commandos of the Irgun (headed by Menachem Begin, future prime minister) and the Stern Gang attacked Deir Yassin, a village with about 750 Palestinian residents. How come a murderer ends up being Prime Minister?  In all over 100 men, women, and children were systematically murdered. Fifty-three orphaned children were literally dumped near the Old City, where they were found by Miss Hind Husseini and she brought them to her home, which was to become the Dar El-Tifl El-Arabi orphanage.  

Here is another example to show that Israel are the real terrorists.

In 1994, on the day of the Jewish hate-festival of Purim, an orthodox Jew named
Baruch Goldstein walked into a crowded mosque in Hebron, West Bank, with an automatic

assault rifle, locked the door behind him and opened fire. As they were kneeling in prayer,

Goldstein shot his victims in the back with his army assault rifle until he was finally subdued and

killed by survivors. When the murderous rampage was finished, 29 Palestinian Muslims had

succumbed to Goldstein’s bullets; 125 others were seriously wounded. Israeli soldiers —

possibly possessing foreknowledge of the attack — quickly amassed outside the mosque and

shot dead a number of Palestinians fleeing Goldstein’s onslaught. Rioting ensued shortly

thereafter, and another 19 Palestinians were murdered by Israeli soldiers within 48 hours.

Astonishingly, the mass murderer Baruch Goldstein is hailed as a hero by many Jews in Israel and abroad to this very day.

In 1987, Israel leader Netanyahu published a book titled “Terrorism: How the West Can Win” containing a number of essays and transcribed speeches from like-minded Jewish-Zionist gangsters which outlined a political blueprint for a global campaign — led by the “Western democracies” — of relentless preemptive warfare against anyone that the Jewish supremacists label as “terrorists.” A “terrorist” is Zionist code-speak for non-Jews who resist Jewish terrorism, Zionist supremacy and the “Greater Israel” project. If you resist the Jewish theft of your land, you’re a “terrorist.” If you resist the Jewish takeover of your country, you’re a “terrorist.” If you resist the Jewish slaughter of your people, you’re a “terrorist.” If you resist the Jewish control of your media, government and banking system, you’re a “terrorist.” If you resist total Jewish supremacy, you’re a “terrorist.” This is what occurs when we let Jewish supremacists define terms for us. The sadistic Jewish policy of physically exterminating their enemies in the Middle East, under the flaccid veneer of “fighting terrorism,” became the USA’s official foreign policy after 9/11, as the attack was intended to accomplish.

In Britain, on Guy Fawkes Night, (Nov. 5th), there were more casualties from fireworks than there has been all year in Israel from Hamas rockets. In 2008 not one Israeli was killed by these Hamas rockets before the Israelis started killing the Palestinians. (If any Zionist wishes to correct that please send me a list of the deaths of Israelis due to these rockets.) This destruction and killing is nothing to do with Hamas fireworks, it is an attempt to destroy the civil infrastructure of Gaza. Look at the buildings destroyed, the interior ministry, police headquarters, mosques and a university. Several years ago they did the same with Fatah and in doing so created public support for Hamas which brought about the democratically elected Hamas government. 

Gaza is the world’s biggest prison camp. Israel controls the borders and all that is allowed in and out of this foul, barren desert strip. Recently they have been restricting food, medicine and fuel such that there is extensive hardship and malnutrition in Gaza. Now The Israelis seem to have decided it is simpler to kill the Palestinians with bombs & missiles provided for that purpose by USA. For the Israelis it is like shooting fish in a barrel. Perhaps Gaza should be re-named Auschwitz.  The Jews complain so much about how badly they were supposedly treated by Germany in the concentration camps during WW2 and yet look how they treat the Palestinians.

“Nothing here in America compares to the horrors of Palestine….Women are raped by Israeli military officials….Palestinian children are doused with gasoline and set on fire for the amusement of the IDF.” — Jonathan Azaziah, Mizrahi American Jew

In 2014 Israel launched Operation Protective Edge. One of Israel’s reasons for this attack against the Palestinians was the kidnapping and killing of three Israeli teenagers, which it blamed on Hamas.  However one week before two Palestinian youths were killed by the Israeli military.  The killing of the three Israeli teenagers received huge publicity in the media (well it would wouldn’t it, the western media is owned by the Jews) but the deaths of the Palestinian youths who died received no media coverage.  This is how the people of the western world are brainwashed by the Jews just as they were during World War 2. During this attack against the Palestinians some 2,205 Palestinians, including over 500 children, and 70 Israelis (64 of whom were soldiers) were killed. Thousands of Palestinians were wounded; over 18,000 of their homes were destroyed; some 470,000 were displaced; and large areas of Gaza were essentially razed to the ground.

The terrible murder of three Israeli youths has given the Israelis an excuse to continue their slaughter of Palestinians. They have neither produced nor cited evidence that Hamas was involved. (Israel now admits they weren't killed by Hamas.)

Following this, Israelis seized a Palestinian youth and killed him by burning him alive.  A court determined that Ben David and the two minors snatched Mohammed Abu Khdeir off an east Jerusalem sidewalk in July 2014 and burned him alive in a forest west of the city.

In the aftermath of Protective Edge, a commission appointed by the UN Human Rights Council examined the available facts (Israel refused to cooperate) and found in many cases that war crimes may have been committed.

Let’s listen to one of the brave Israeli leaders speak hiding behind his desk.  Deputy Prime Minister Eli Yishai said, “We must blow Gaza back to the Middle Ages, destroying all the infrastructure including roads and water”.

July 2014 - The same old story, Israeli atrocities against Palestinians 

The terrible murder of three Israeli youths has given the Israelis an excuse to continue their slaughter of Palestinians. They have neither produced nor cited evidence that Hamas was involved. (Now, 1st Aug., the Israelis admit they weren't killed by Hamas.) Following this, Israelis seized a Palestinian youth and killed him by burning him alive.

Although Israel, US and a few other countries readily say Hamas is a terrorist organisation, it must be remembered that Hamas was the democratically elected government of Gaza, after Israel destabilised the government of Yasser Arafat.

Below 5 sisters killed by an American\Israeli bomb dropping on their house

Below a mother and her 2 children killed by Israeli bombs

In 22 days over New Year 2009 Israeli snipers and tanks killed 400 Palestinian children, (and 900 adults). What sort of people are these Israelis, snipers deliberately kill children and tank commanders fire shells into family apartments when they see people living there?

Information for people in Britain.
If I were to tell you that top British politicians were members of an Israeli lobbying group, you would probably not believe me. Check it out for yourself on Wikipedia,
Conservative Friends Israel
Labour Friends of Israel,
and you will see that David Cameron, William Hague, Tony Blair & Gordon Brown all are/were "Friends of Israel". Britain's foreign policy is determined by Israel.

In 2008, up to 27th Dec., the home-made rockets that Hamas fired into Israel killed no-one. In return the Israelis killed 400 children and 900 adults in Gaza. After the Israeli attacks, Hamas rockets killed 3 Israeli civilians. The Israelis shelled clearly designated UN schools sheltering civilians and used white phosphorus against civilians, both of these actions are war crimes. USA supplied, free, the aircraft, helicopter gunships, missiles, bombs and bullets for these attacks and block any international condemnation of Israel in UN.

People who are really evil are few and far between, and so it is with nations. By being evil I mean people or states who choose to indiscriminately kill, imprison, torture and inflict severe physical and mental pressures on others. An Example is Pol Pot and the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia in the 1970's. There are states and organisations in Africa and one or two other places that are evil, they slaughter anyone that comes in their way as they try to gain their desires. 

And so it is with Israel and U.S.A. In order to gain land for themselves the Israelis have driven the Palestinians from Palestine, from their farms, from their homes and they kill the Palestinians who object. What sort of people are these Israelis, who, when seeing a child's face look out of a window, instead of raising their hand and giving it a friendly wave they raised their gun and blew the child's brains out. Or, if there was a family in the room a tank commander would swing around the tank's gun and blast the whole family, father, mother and children, into tattered body parts. This is not exaggeration, 400 children in Gaza were killed by the Israelis in a two week campaign. 

The U.S.A., whose presidents depend upon the votes and influence of Jews in New York who support Israel, have always been ready to give the Israelis the weapons to enable them pursue this evil. In effect US foreign policy is determined by Israel. To support the Israelis the US blocks any attempt in U.N. by other nations to stop or condemn this evil. 

The U.S.A. is evil in its own right. Its invasion of Iraq, which brought about the death of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis was nothing more than an attempt to gain control of Iraqi oil. The US government distorted its laws and ignored international laws to allow it to imprison and torture any Iraqi, anyone, they wished. It was the same in Vietnam, only then over 2 million Vietnamese died. 

Quite simply Israel and U.S.A. are evil just as Stalin and the Khmer Rouge were before them.

What started this? The Israelis, who have over 5,000 Palestinians & Lebanese held in prison camps, feel that it OK for them to devastate Gaza and Lebanon because Hamas has one Israeli prisoner and Hezbollah has two. I wondered if this was to be a smokescreen allowing the Israelis to bomb Iran, so far it hasn't been. I'm not much into countries having nuclear bombs but with such a belligerent Israel and USA who can blame Iran for wanting nuclear weapons to protect it's people. 

America is flying in more laser guided bombs, missiles and other weaponry as fast as Israel can use them. Sadly the USA/Israel Axis of Evil has been supported by the British Government which has allowed the aircraft carrying these shipments of bombs and missiles to refuel in UK. Even Bush's poodle Tony Blair has become a supporter of America's far right neo-cons. I see that Blair and now Cameron don't want a cease-fire, he wants the Israelis to have a more time to kill more Palestinians & Lebanese and to destroy more of the infrastructure before there is a cease-fire. I can not understand how British Members of Parliament who had humanitarian political attitudes in the 1980's have been so ready to support Bush's destruction and killings in the Middle East. I am ashamed of the British Government.

The criminalization of political speech and activism against Israel has become one of the gravest threats to free speech in the Western world. In France, activists have been arrested and prosecuted for wearing T-shirts advocating a boycott of Israel. The U.K. has enacted a series of measures designed to outlaw such activism. In the U.S., governors compete with one another over who can implement the most extreme regulations to bar businesses from participating in any boycotts aimed even at Israeli settlements, which the world regards as illegal. On U.S. campuses, punishment of pro-Palestinian students for expressing criticisms of Israel is so commonplace. 

But now, a group of 43 senators — 29 Republicans and 14 Democrats — wants to implement a law that would make it a felony for Americans to support the international boycott against Israel, which was launched in protest of that country’s decades-old occupation of Palestine. One of the primary sponsors of the bill is Democrat Ben Cardin (Jewish) of Maryland.  Perhaps the most shocking aspect is the punishment: Anyone guilty of violating the prohibitions will face a minimum civil penalty of $250,000 and a maximum criminal penalty of $1 million and 20 years in prison.

So in theory if Israel attacks Palestinians and kills 2000 as they did in 2014 and you wanted to Boycott Israel or Israeli goods in protest then you could go to prison for 20 years, this is madness and just shows how the Jews control America.

The proposed measure, called the Israel Anti-Boycott Act (S. 720), was introduced by the Jew Cardin on March 23. The Jewish Telegraphic Agency reports that the bill “was drafted with the assistance of the American Israel Public Affairs Committee.” Indeed, AIPAC, in its 2017 lobbying agenda, identified passage of this bill as one of its top lobbying priorities for the year.

As you can see the Jews and their lobbies totally control America.  I am sure that if Israel murdered half the population of the world they would enact laws to stop people criticizing them.  The sad thing is the politicians would go along with it.

A History of Israel Terror against the Palestinians

This is some of the history of Israel’s blood-stained six-decade reign of terror against Palestinians. The list is long, way-incomplete, very disturbing, and shows what Palestinians have endured for over 60 years. Their ordeal continues in the West Bank and Gaza under siege, still attacked, and, as always, betrayed by the dominant media.

– Ayn al-Zaytun and nearby villages, May 1 – 4, 1948 – 27 Palestinians killed;

– Acre, May 18, 1948 – Israeli troops killed over 100 Palestinians;

– al-Tantura, May 22 – 23, 1948 – Israeli troops killed over 200 villagers, mostly unarmed young men shot in cold blood;

– on May 26, 1948, David Ben-Gurion formed the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) from the Haganah;

– Lydda, July 11 – 12, 1948 – the IDF killed several hundred civilians, including 80 machine-gunned inside the Dahmash mosque;

– Hula, Lebanon, October 24 – 29, 1948 – the IDF machine-gunned 50 villagers;

– al-Dawayima, October 29, 1948 – the IDF killed up to 200 villagers;

– Qibya, Jordan, October 14, 1953 – Ariel Sharon’s infamous Unit 101 killed 70 villagers;

– Gaza City, April 5, 1956 – IDF shelling killed 56 and wounded 193;

– Kafr Kassem, October 29, 1956 – the IDF killed about 50 men, women and children;

– the Suez War, October 29 – November 7, 1956 – the IDF executed about 273 Egyptian soldiers and civilians in cold blood;

– Rafah Refugee Camp, November 12, 1956 – the IDF slaughtered over 100 Palestinians;

– Nuqeibi, Syria, March 16 – 17, 1962 – IDF artillery and aircraft killed at least 30 unarmed villagers;

– Samu, Jordan, November 13, 1966 – the IDF destroyed 125 houses, a school, clinic and 15 houses in a nearby village killing 18 and wounded 54 in cold blood;

– the Six-Day War, June 5 – 11, 1967 – IDF forces preemptively and without cause attacked Egypt, Syria and Jordan; they massacred as many as 2000 helpless or captured Egyptian soldiers; killed about 340 Syrian villagers in the Golan Heights and displaced more than 300,000 Palestinians who fled to the Jordan River’s east bank along with others to Lebanon, Egypt and Syria;

– the USS Liberty incident, June 8, 1967 – Israeli forces attacked and killed 34 Americans and wounded 171 in international waters; a Department of Defense inquiry whitewashed it as a case of “mistaken identity” despite clear knowledge it was a willful attack on a US naval intelligence vessel;

– Rafah Refugee Camp, June 1967 – the IDF killed 23 Palestinians and buried them in a mass grave;

– following the Six Day War, June 1967, 56 Palestinians were shot in cold blood trying to cross the Jordan River to the West Bank;

– February 21, 1973, the IDF shot down Libya Airlines Flight 114 killing 106 passengers, including one American;

– Hebron, February 25, 1994 – Baruch Goldstein massacred 29 praying Palestinians;

– the 1982 Lebanon invasion and occupation; 18,000 Lebanese and Palestinians were killed, including 3000 massacred in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps;

– Jenin, 2002 – the most infamous of numerous massacres during the Second Intifada; the IDF invaded the city and refugee camp; cut them off from outside help; destroyed hundreds of buildings; buried many alive in them under rubble; cut off power and water as well as food and other essential to life supplies; refused to allow in help, including medical aid; and killed and wounded dozens of Palestinian civilians; some accounts cite hundreds as Israeli forces swept up bodies and buried them to avoid an accurate count;

– the summer 2006 33-day (Second) Lebanon War – the IDF inflicted mass terror attacks and destruction throughout the country; around 1300 were killed; many more were wounded; one million (or one-fourth of the population) were displaced; and most vital infrastructure was destroyed to bring the country to a halt;

– the June 2006 Operation Summer Rain against Gaza; all border crossings were closed isolating the Territory and preventing essential to life supplies from getting in; air strikes and shellings were used; three main bridges were destroyed; the main water pipe for the Nusairat and al-Boreji refugee camps as well as the Strip’s only power plant supplying 80% of the Territory’s electricity; the IDF moved into Gaza and took control;

– the assault followed a series of bloody Israeli attacks: a weekend beach shelling killing eight Palestinians, including seven members of one family; 32 others were injured, including 13 children; a highway missile attack killing 11 and injuring 30; another missile attack killing three children and wounding 15;

– many thousands of Palestinians were killed, injured, imprisoned, and tortured; since 1967, over 700,000 have been incarcerated; the great majority are tortured; many are held uncharged in administrative detention; anywhere from 10 – 12,000 Palestinians or more remain in prison at all times;

Here is another example to show that Israel is the real terrorist organisation.

In 1994, on the day of the Jewish hate-festival of Purim, an orthodox Jew named Baruch Goldstein walked into a crowded mosque in Hebron, West Bank, with an automatic assault rifle, locked the door behind him and opened fire. As they were kneeling in prayer, Goldstein shot his victims in the back with his army assault rifle until he was finally subdued and killed by survivors. When the murderous rampage was finished, 29 Palestinian Muslims had succumbed to Goldstein’s bullets; 125 others were seriously wounded. Israeli soldiers, possibly possessing foreknowledge of the attack quickly amassed outside the mosque and shot dead a number of Palestinians fleeing Goldstein’s onslaught. Rioting ensued shortly thereafter, and another 19 Palestinians were murdered by Israeli soldiers within 48 hours.  Astonishingly, the mass murderer Baruch Goldstein is hailed as a hero by many Jews in Israel and abroad to this very day.

Palestinians have endured all of the above and far more for over 60 years, 41 under occupation:

Don’t forget the U.S.A gives Israel 3 Billion dollars each year to carry out these atrocities and Britiain, Canada, France and many other western nations allow this to happen.  If the English were doing this to the people in Scotland or Wales would it be allowed.  The answer is no it would not be allowed.

A report from the Guardian Newspaper (UK) 2009

Israel's assault on Gaza has exacted the bloodiest toll of civilian lives yet, when the bombing of UN schools being used as refugee centres and of housing killed more than 50 people, including an entire family of seven young children.

The UN protested at a "complete absence of accountability" for the escalating number of civilian deaths in Gaza, saying "the rule of the gun" had taken over. Doctors in Gaza said more than 40 people died, including children, in what appears to be the biggest single loss of life of the campaign when Israeli bombs hit al-Fakhora school, in Jabaliya refugee camp, while it was packed with hundreds of people who had fled the fighting.

Most of those killed were in the school playground and in the street, and the dead and injured lay in pools of blood. Pictures on Palestinian TV showed walls heavily marked by shrapnel and bloodstains, and shoes and shredded clothes scattered on the ground. Windows were blown out.

Hours before, three young men who were cousins died when the Israelis bombed Asma elementary school in Gaza City. They were among 400 people who had sought shelter there after fleeing their homes in Beit Lahiya, in northern Gaza.

Abed Sultan, 20, a student, and his cousins, Rawhi and Hussein Sultan, labourers aged 22, died. Abed Sultan's father, Samir, said the bodies were so mangled that he could not tell his son from the cousins. "We came to the school when the Israelis warned us to leave," he said. "We hoped it would be safe. We were 20 in one room. We had no electricity, no blankets, no food.

"Suddenly we heard a bomb that shook the school. Windows smashed. Children started to scream. A relative came and told me one of my sons was killed. I found my son's body with his two cousins. They were cut into pieces by the shell." 

The Israeli military may have committed war crimes in Gaza, the UN's most senior human rights official said tonight, as Israeli troops pressed on with their increasingly deadly offensive in defiance of a UN security council resolution demanding a ceasefire.

Navi Pillay, the UN high commissioner for human rights, singled out the killing this week of up to 30 Palestinians in Zeitoun, south-east of Gaza City, when Israelshelled a house where its troops had told about 110 civilians to take shelter.

Pillay, a former international criminal court judge from South Africa, told the BBC the incident "appears to have all the elements of war crimes". She called for "credible, independent and transparent" investigations into possible violations of humanitarian law.

More than 40 Palestinians were killed in another incident on Tuesday after missiles exploded outside a UN school that had been sheltering hundreds of people in the Jabaliya refugee camp, despite the UN saying the school was clearly marked with a UN flag and its position reported to Israeli military.

More than 750 Palestinians have died since the start of the Israeli military operation. More than half of Gaza's population are children, and the Palestinian ministry of health said about 42% of the casualties have been children.

Unicef said at least 100 children and minors were killed in the first 10 days of fighting. The Palestinian Centre for Human Rights, which posts staff at hospitals to track casualties, put this number at more than 160.


The Killing Fields of Gaza - 2018

Palestinian blood continued to pour along the border fence with Gaza on May 14, 2018

Israeli soldiers wounded more than 2,700 Palestinian protesters and killed dozens more with rifle fire on Monday. At least five children were killed, including an 8-month-old baby girl who died after inhaling tear gas fired by Israeli soldiers.

For more than a month, Israeli soldiers have been shooting and killing unarmed Palestinian protesters in Gaza, using high-powered sniper rifles and live ammunition.

Palestinians have been shot while kneeling for prayer. They have been shot in the back. Children have been targeted and killed. Journalists, clearly marked as such, have been shot, killed and maimed. Thousands have been injured, and some have had to amputate their limbs to survive their injuries.

No evidence has been presented showing that Palestinians have posed a threat to the Israeli snipers pulling the triggers. The Israeli soldiers are positioned hundreds of yards away, perched behind a hill, wearing full battle gear. They are comfortably shooting at the Palestinians through sniper scopes, from a safe distance from which they are in no danger.

Many point to the withdrawal as proof that Gaza is not occupied, yet Israel still controls the land, air and sea surrounding Gaza, as well as its electricity and water. It subjects Gaza to a suffocating blockade, leading to shortages of basic necessities. Nearly all of Gaza's inhabitants are prevented from leaving, caged within what dissident intellectual Noam Chomsky describes as "the world's largest open-air prison," and what former Israeli National Security Council head Giora Eiland called "a huge concentration camp."

Gaza is a "constant humanitarian emergency," according to the UN Secretary General. The UN has predicted that "Gaza will become unliveable by 2020." Ninety-seven percent of its water is contaminated and undrinkable. Only four hours of electricity are available per day. Unemployment runs rampant and its infrastructure is collapsing. The director of the Israeli human rights organization B'Tselem said in a recent statement that Gaza residents, most of whom have "never had a chance to leave the small patch of land" have "lived their lives without any political rights, devoid of any hope for a reasonable future, totally subject to the decisions and policies of the Israeli government."

This forced incarceration is what the Palestinians are currently protesting.

One unarmed 19-year-old was killed by sniper fire after being shot from behind. He was running away from the direction of the fence, with his back turned to the snipers.

Others were shot at distances of hundreds of yards from the fence.

One "instigator," as Israel calls its victims, was shot in the leg during prayer while kneeling on the ground.

Another was shot while throwing a rock. Multiple consecutive shots can be heard afterwards firing on those coming to his aid.

One man was shot while slowly walking to the border, unarmed and empty-handed. Another is shot while slowly walking forward with nothing other than a Palestinian flag in his hands.

Video evidence of the gathering shows groups of unarmed civilians protesting peacefully, congregating much like any other gathering -- only to be shot at, repeated and consecutive sniper fire ringing through the air, without any provocation beforehand.

B'Tselem has documented evidence showing a systematic policy whereby people coming within 300 meters of the fence are shot. Some are shot even while standing at this distance.

Journalists have also been targeted on what can only be described as a systematic scale.

One Palestinian journalist was shot and killed while wearing a jacket clearly marked "PRESS." Another died of his wounds weeks after the fact. Six other journalists were shot with live fire and wounded, others were injured by gas canisters and tear gas. All were clearly identifiable as journalists.

So far, 14 children have been killed. One 15-year-old was shot in the head. He was empty-handed at the time. He was not targeted by accident.

The rules on the use of force under international law have been repeated many times but appear to have been ignored again and again. It seems anyone is liable to be shot dead or injured: women, children, press personnel, first responders, bystanders, and at almost any point up to 700m from the fence.Lethal force may only be used as a measure of last – not first – resort, and only when there is an immediate threat to life or serious injury. An attempt to approach or crossing or damaging the fence do not amount to a threat to life or serious injury and are not sufficient grounds for the use of live ammunition. This is also the case with regards to stones and molotov cocktails being thrown from a distance at well-protected security forces located behind defensive positions.

The numbers alone speak for themselves.

Since March 30 2018, at least 112 Palestinians have been killed. A staggering 12,271 have been wounded, including 3,598 by live ammunition -- more injuries than during Israel's entire 51-day military campaign in Gaza in 2014. At least 24 had their limbs amputated. The Israeli casualties? Zero. "That's called a massacre," wrote Israeli journalist Gideon Levy, "There's no other word for it."

"The nature of these injuries shows that Israeli soldiers are using high-velocity military weapons designed to cause maximum harm to Palestinian protesters that do not pose imminent threat to them," Amnesty said. These are "deliberate attempts to kill and maim."

Of course the response from the Jewish\Israel controlled USA is normal.

"We do believe the Israelis have the right to defend themselves," new Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said of the protests. "And we're fully supportive of that."

First, the Israelis are not defending themselves. Second, the implication is that Palestinians do not have a right to defend themselves. Imagine the blank stares you would receive from shills like Pompeo in response to the question: "In what circumstances is it justified for a Palestinian to kill an Israeli in self-defense, or even put up a fight?"

After the first day of the protests, the US blocked a United Nations Security Council statement supporting the Palestinians' "right to peaceful protest" that called for an investigation into the killings. The very next week, the US doubled down and blocked it again, giving Israel the green light to continue killing Palestinians once more.

Under international law, it is indeed the right of an occupied people to engage in violent resistance against an occupying force. In contrast, there is nothing in international law that justifies an occupier using violence to suppress those struggling underneath them for their right of self-determination

However, the fact still remains that, as Human Rights Watch has documented, none of the Palestinians' efforts at self-defense "posed a grave threat to the well-protected soldiers," including the Molotov cocktails, as the UN observes. There still has been "no evidence of any protester using firearms."

The reality is that well-fortified and protected snipers are shooting from hundreds of yards away, and it is unarmed protesters posing them no threat who are being gunned-down systematically.

Imagine what the response would be if Hamas assembled snipers on the border with Israel and shot and killed unarmed Israeli protesters. Doing so would be portrayed as the ultimate proof that Hamas is a terrorist organization. The fact that the Israeli military's killing of Palestinian protesters isn't considered terrorism betrays the vicious double standard held by those shaping the policies and narratives in this situation: Israelis and Americans are seen as human beings. Palestinians are not.

The Killing Fields of Gaza By Steven Chovanec, an independent journalist and analyst based in Chicago, Illinois.

John Pilger first made the film 'Palestine Is Still The Issue' in 1977. It told how almost a million Palestinians had been forced off their land in 1948, and again in 1967. Twenty five years later, John Pilger returned to the West Bank of Jordan and Gaza, and to Israel, to ask why the Palestinians, whose right of return was affirmed by the United Nations more than half a century ago, are still caught in a terrible limbo - refugees in their own land, controlled by Israel in the longest military occupation in modern times.

"If we are to speak of the great injustice here, nothing has changed," says Pilger at the start of the film, "What has changed is that the Palestinians have fought back. Stateless and humiliated for so long, they have risen up against Israel's huge military regime, although they themselves have no army, no tanks, no American planes and gunships or missiles. Some have committed desperate acts of terror, like suicide bombing. But, for Palestinians, the overriding, routine terror, day after day, has been the ruthless control of almost every aspect of their lives, as if they live in an open prison. This film is about the Palestinians and a group of courageous Israelis united in the oldest human struggle, to be free."

Archive footage shows pledges by successive American presidents in support of Israel. Pilger describes the Israeli administration as "America's deputy sheriff" in the oil-rich Middle East, receiving billions of dollars and the latest weapons: F16 aircraft, bombs, missiles and Apache helicopters. He reveals that Britain also fuels the conflict even though it condemns Israel for its illegal occupation. "During the first fourteen months of the Palestinian uprising, the Blair government approved 230 export licences for weapons and military equipment to Israel... Tony Blair has said, and I quote him, "We are doing everything we can to bring peace and stability to the Middle East.'" As a result, Israel is now the fourth-largest military power in the world.

Pilger concludes. "The truth is that Israelis will never have peace until they recognise that Palestinians have the same right to the same peace and the same independence that they enjoy,' he said.

The occupation of Palestine should end now. Then, the solution is clear: two countries, Israel and Palestine

Below a video by David Icke describing accurately what has been happening to the Palestinians.

If you want to understand more about the Palestinian conflict then you really need to see the documentary that came out in 2017 titled ‘The Occupation of the American Mind: Israel’s Public Relation War in The United States’.

There is no doubt that the American people are bombarded with an unfair view of the Israeli\Palestinian conflict which favours Israel and that is simply because the Jews own the media in America and Congress is controlled by AIPAC.  They basically tell lies to the American public about the conflict.  A lie repeated again and again is accepted as truth, but it is still a lie.

Roger Waters is the narrator of The Occupation of the American Mind. He is an English rock musician, singer-songwriter, and composer. He is best known as the bass player, co-lead vocalist, lyricist, and principal songwriter in the rock band Pink Floyd. Over the last few years, he has emerged as a prominent advocate for Palestinian human rights.

Below is a link to the company that made the film with details about how to view it.

Below is just 3 reviews about the film ‘The Occupation of the American Mind’.

“One of the most brilliant and important documentaries I have ever seen. If a student wishes to understand how powerful interests manipulate the news and politics in a 'free' society, and have turned the Palestinians into a non-people who have no rights and deserve no justice, this powerful film is mandatory viewing. It will change the way you understand the world.”Robert W. McChesney, co-author, People Get Ready: The Fight Against a Jobless Economy and a Citizenless Democracy

“Amazing! Brilliantly exposes how American media is an active partner in the ugly and illegal occupation of Palestine. By promoting inaccurate narratives of self-defense and disguising the true stakes of the crisis, the State of Israel is able to garner sympathy and solidarity at a moment where it deserves outrage and critique. This is a must-watch documentary for anyone interested in understanding the truth of the Occupation and the failures of Western journalism.”Marc Lamont Hill, CNN political analyst and host of HuffPost Live

“One of the most compelling and important documentaries in recent years, because it helps us make sense of the lies, mayhem, and injustice in the heart of the Middle East: Palestine. Never has propaganda, or 'public relations', been such a lethal weapon as it is in the hands of Israel, its apologists, and manipulators. To reach behind the facade that is 'news', watch this film.” —John Pilger, author,journalist and filmmaker.

“We made this film for a very simple reason: because we believe government officials and mainstream media elites are denying the American people the basic information they need to make sense of one of the most consequential conflicts in the world. Regardless of where the American people stand on this conflict, we believe they deserve better. We believe American democracy deserves better. And we believe in the democratic imperative of holding our political leaders — and our news media — accountable. Given the huge stakes in the region, and the sheer amount of military, economic, and diplomatic support the United States gives Israel, we believe the American people have a right and a responsibility to make up their own minds about this conflict”, Loretta Alper and Jeremy Earp, Co-Directors Sut Jhally, Executive Producer.


We are repeatedly told that the Palestinians are terrorists while Israel is simply defending itself despite the reality that the overwhelming majority of those killed and displaced are Palestinians. Consequently, we never hear US and Canadian political leaders or the mainstream media accuse Israel of perpetrating state terrorism. It was not until after Israel illegally occupied the West Bank and Gaza in 1967 that the Palestinians, unable to engage in traditional combat with the powerful US-backed Israeli military, began to regularly utilize terrorist tactics in an attempt to liberate themselves from a brutal occupation. Furthermore, the decades-long occupation and military actions by Israel have only fuelled the rise of extremist groups such as Hamas at the expense of the more moderate Palestinian factions that dominated prior to the 1990s. And yet, despite the military and humanitarian reality of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, our political leaders and the mainstream media repeatedly portray Israelis as the victims. Which is exactly what happened in World War 2 were Germany was portrayed as the Villain and the Jews were the victims but Germany were the actual victims.  You will know this if you have read the World War 2 part on this website.