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عشرون كلب صهيوني ضد طفل فلسطيني واحد‎

Tous ces sionistes assassins contre un enfant Palestinian

All these Jewish invaders torturing this little Palestinian kid !!
Twenty thugs against One

And you want me to believe that such thugs have the right to exist? 

20 Jewish Thugs torturing a Palestinian kid!

 British report details Israeli abuse of Palestinian kids

Sunday, July 1, 2012

A new report funded and supported by the British government accuses Israel of violating international law with its treatment of Palestinian child detainees, Electronic Intifada said on June 28.

It was was launched in London by a high-profile group of human rights lawyers on June 26.

The report says Israel is in violation of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child on at least six counts and of the Fourth Geneva Convention on at least two, Electronic Intifada said.

The article said it laid “bare the system of legal apartheid Israel maintains in Palestine”, but noted there was “pessimism in some quarters that the report’s recommendations will be implemented. The document has been criticized as ‘toothless’ by a prominent Palestinian human rights activist.”

The report details the military law Israel applies to all Palestinians in the occupied West Bank, including children, and how it differs from the civilian law applied to Israeli settlers who live in the same territory.

Electronic Intifada said: “Israel currently applies two separate and unequal systems of laws in the West Bank. Palestinians are subject to a harsh military regime in which Israeli army officers and police, arrest, interrogate, judge and sentence, while Israeli settlers colonizing the West Bank are subject to Israeli civilian law.

“These systematic inequalities include: the minimum age for Palestinian children to receive a custodial sentence is 12, but for Israelis it is 14; Palestinian children have no right to have a parent present during interrogation, while Israeli children generally do …

“Palestinian children could have to wait up to eight days before being brought before a judge, while Israeli children have a right to see one within 24 hours; Palestinian children can be detained without charge for 188 days, while for Israelis the limit is 40 …

“As many as 94 percent of Palestinian children arrested in the West Bank are denied bail, according to nongovernmental organizations. Some 97-98 percent of such cases end with a plea bargain, meaning they go to jail without even reaching the trial stage …”

The article said that, speaking at the report’s launch, Sir Stephen Sedley, a former senior appeal judge, noted there had been a 40% rise in child detainees since the report’s authors visited the West Bank last September.

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This video must be seen by all those who still belong to the Human Race or or have a Conscience!

 

Which means most Israelis (NaZionists) are excluded.

 

This is the so-called “only democracy” of the Middle East!

 

The pigs of the Middle East, AKA Israelis – whether settlers or ITF: Israeli Terror Forces) promoted the death of a couple of settler children in a recent attack in which we were told that the perpetrator was a merciless Palestinian!
Judge for yourself who the merciless barbarian is. These merciless sons of the Devil himself: the Israeli Terror Forces, commit another brutal and barbaric attack  on Palestinian children in Gaza.

2008 victims of the "victims" of Europe!

 

WARNING

Extremely Graphic Video of a Massacred Palestinian Child
Surely, NATO will be bombing Israeli tanks and terror forces for committing such crimes against humanity!!!
The Middle East meant only Israel to many. Now the lives of millions of Arabs have been brought to Europe’s attention

Nick Cohen Nick Cohen The Observer, Sunday 27 February 2011

The Arab revolution is consigning skip-loads of articles, books and speeches about the Middle East to the dustbin of history. In a few months, readers will go through libraries or newspaper archives and wonder how so many who claimed expert knowledge could have turned their eyes from tyranny and its consequences.

The Map erroneously includes Turkey, Iran, Pakistan and Afghanistan as part of the Arab World.

To a generation of politically active if not morally consistent campaigners, the Middle East has meant Israel and only Israel. In theory, they should have been able to stick by universal principles and support a just settlement for the Palestinians while opposing the dictators who kept Arabs subjugated. Few, however, have been able to oppose oppression in all its forms consistently. The right has been no better than the liberal-left in its Jew obsessions. The briefest reading of Conservative newspapers shows that at all times their first concern about political changes in the Middle East is how they affect Israel. For both sides, the lives of hundreds of millions of Arabs, Berbers and Kurds who were not involved in the conflict could be forgotten.

If you doubt me, consider the stories that the Middle Eastern bureau chiefs missed until revolutions that had nothing to do with Palestine forced them to take notice.

• Gaddafi was so frightened of a coup that he kept the Libyan army small and ill-equipped and hired mercenaries and paramilitary “special forces” he could count on to slaughter the civilian population when required.

Leila Ben Ali, the wife of the Tunisian president, was a preposterously extravagant figure, who all but begged foreign correspondents to write about her rapacious pursuit of wealth. Only when Tunisians rose up did journalists stir themselves to tell their readers how she had pushed the populace to revolt by combining the least appealing traits of Imelda Marcos and Marie-Antoinette.

• Hearteningly, for those of us who retain a nostalgia for the best traditions of the old left, Tunisia and Egypt had independent trade unionists, who could play “a leading role”, as we used to say, in organising and executing uprisings.

Far from being a cause of the revolution, antagonism to Israel everywhere served the interests of oppressors. Europeans have no right to be surprised. Of all people, we ought to know from our experience of Nazism that antisemitism is a conspiracy theory about power, rather than a standard racist hatred of poor immigrants. Fascistic regimes reached for it when they sought to deny their own people liberty. The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, the forgery the far-right wing of the decaying tsarist regime issued in 1903 to convince Russians they should continue to obey the tsar’s every command, denounces human rights and democracy as facades behind which the secret Jewish rulers of the world manipulated gullible gentiles.

Syrian Ba’athists, Hamas, the Saudi monarchy and Gaddafi eagerly promoted the Protocols, for why wouldn’t vicious elites welcome a fantasy that dismissed democracy as a fraud and justified their domination? Just before the Libyan revolt, Gaddafi tried a desperate move his European predecessors would have understood. He tried to deflect Libyan anger by calling for a popular Palestinian revolution against Israel. That may or may not have been justified, but it assuredly would have done nothing to help the wretched Libyans.

In his Epitaph on a Tyrant, Auden wrote:

“When he laughed, respectable senators burst with laughter
And when he cried, the little children died in the streets.”

Europe’s amnesia about how tyranny operated in our continent explains why the Libyan revolution is embarrassing a rich collection of dupes and scoundrels who were willing to laugh along with Gaddafi. His contacts in Britain were once confined to the truly lunatic fringe. He supplied arms to the IRA, funded the Workers’ Revolutionary Party, Vanessa Redgrave’s nasty Trotskyist sect, and entertained Nick Griffin and other neo-Nazis. We should not forget them when the time comes to settle accounts. But when Tony Blair, who was so eloquent in denouncing the genocides of Saddam, staged a reconciliation with Gaddafi after 9/11, his friendship opened the way for the British establishment to embrace the dictatorship.

It was not only BP and other oil companies, but British academics who were happy to accept his largesse. The London School of Economics took £1.5m from Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, money which by definition had to have been stolen from the Libyan people, despite being warned to back away by Professor Fred Halliday, the LSE’s late and much-missed authority on the Middle East, who never flinched from looking dictators in the eye.

“I’ve come to know Saif as someone who looks to democracy, civil society and deep liberal values for the core of his inspiration,” purred the LSE’s David Held as he accepted the cheque.

Human Rights Watch, once a reliable opponent of tyranny, went further and described a foundation Saif ran in Libya as a force for freedom, willing to take on the interior ministry in the fight for civil liberties. Meanwhile, and to the surprise of no one, Peter Mandelson, New Labour’s butterfly, fluttered round Saif at the country house parties of the plutocracy.

Last week, Saif, the “liberal” promoter of human rights and dining companion of Mandelson, appeared on Libyan television to say that his father’s gunmen would fight to the last bullet to keep the Gaddafi crime family in business, a promise he is keeping. The thinking behind so many who flattered him was that the only issue in the Middle East worth taking a stand on was the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and that the oppression of Arabs by Arabs was a minor concern.

 

 

The longevity of the regimes presided over by the Gaddafi, Assad and Mubarak families and the House of Saud ought to be a reason for denouncing them more vigorously, but their apparent permanence added to the feeling that somehow Libyans, Syrians, Egyptians and Saudis want to live under dictatorships.

The European Union, which did so much to export democracy and the rule of law to former communist dictatorships of eastern Europe, has played a miserable role in the Middle East. It pours in aid but never demands democratisation or restrictions on police powers in return. That will have to change if the promise of the past month is to be realised. If it is to help with democracy-building, Europe will need to remind itself as much as the recipients of its money that you can never build free societies on the racist conspiracy theories of the Nazis and the tsars. They are and always have been the tunes that tyrants sing.

Next to be toppled.. soon

“He is basically your main go-to guy in Egypt,” former Deputy CIA Director John McLaughlin said. Suleiman has been “helpful in many arenas,” including the Israeli-Palestinian peace process. McLaughlin said.

 

 

A 2006 cable from the U.S. Embassy in Cairo, disclosed by the WikiLeaks website in January, called intelligence collaboration with Suleiman “probably the most successful element” of the U.S. relationship with Egypt. But that relationship is “a little like being in bed with the Mafia,” author Ron Suskind told CNN’s “Parker Spitzer.”

“If someone knocks on your door at night and you disappear, Omar Suleiman is probably behind it,” said Suskind, whose 2006 book “The One Percent Doctrine” detailed the Bush administration’s post-9/11 counterterrorism policies. “He is a feared man, and certainly not a man with any legitimacy when it comes to rule of law or any of the principles we prized in America.”

In 2002, al Qaeda captive Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi “was tortured rather dramatically” by Suleiman’s agents, Suskind said, yielding a “confession” that Iraq had trained the terrorist group in the use of chemical and biological weapons. His assertion was a key point in the Bush administration’s arguments for the 2003 invasion of Iraq, but he recanted it once back in U.S. hands.

That sort of history leaves an opening for critics to question U.S. support for democratic change in Egypt, Suskind said.

“The fact is, we are allied with the people they’re trying to overthrow, and right now the United States hasn’t done much to separate those bonds,” he said.

Suleiman had long been mentioned as a possible successor to Mubarak, along with the aging ruler’s son, Gamal. A 2007 U.S. cable called his loyalty to Mubarak “rock solid,” and some analysts viewed his vice presidential appointment as a way for Mubarak to make a graceful exit.

Suleiman is even credited with saving Mubarak’s life. On a state visit to Ethiopia in 1995, Mubarak was to have traveled in a normal vehicle but Suleiman insisted that the president’s armored Mercedes be flown in from Cairo.

Accounts of an assassination attempt on Mubarak vary but it’s believed that Suleiman was sitting next to Mubarak when a hail of bullets pinged off the car. The bond forged that day cemented their relationship.

But Suleiman’s attempts at dialogue with opposition parties were derided by protesters, and the Obama administration criticized the talks for including too few opposition groups. Vice President Joe Biden told Suleiman on Tuesday that Egypt needed “immediate, irreversible progress” toward meeting protesters’ demands, and leading opposition figure Mohamed ElBaradei said Suleiman and Mubarak “are twins.”

“This is an act of deception at a grand scale,” ElBaradei said.

Nathan Brown, a professor of Middle Eastern politics at George Washington University, said Mubarak’s Thursday speech did him little good. Not only was it too little, too late, he said, but his announcement that he was ceding power to Suleiman was buried in an “incredibly patronizing” speech.

“Had he done this a couple of weeks ago, it actually may have done something,” Brown said. But now, he said, “All the constitutional, legal tools are in their hands, and it doesn’t’ do them any good. So I don’t think they’re sure what to do.”

Source: CNN

 

 

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Image by messay.com via Flickr

These are the words of Egypt’s Foreign Minister.

Foreign minister, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, rejects calls for immediate repeal of emergency law and says US “imposing its will” on Cairo!

Imagine the audacity of such a statement. Did this thug forget that his corrupt government imposed its will on the Egyptian people for 30 years?  Those who refused to submit, were imprisoned, if not executed!

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Give me time – he says!

“Allow me to have control to stabilize the nation, to stabilize the state and then we would look into the issue.”

As Donald Trump would say:

“Aboul Gheit, You’re Fired!”

The sons of the Martyrs are dying while Mubarak possesses $70 billion.. We Demand an immediate trial (for Mubarak)

 

One of the best comments on Aljazeera Web Site:

The Prophet Mohammed said: “Those who preceded you were smitten [destroyed] because when their “nobels” stole, they would leave them alone, while when  their poor (weak) stole, they would severely punish them. By God: If Fatima, Mohammed’s daughter, were to steal, I would cut off her hand [in equal punishment.]”

And Mubarak steals $50 billion? Amazing that this amount seems minimal in your eyes… War hero??? A hero who stole his subjects? A hero who wrongs his people?  And a hero who lies in broad daylight!

Se·mit·ic  (s-mtk)

adj.

1. Of or relating to the Semites or their languages or cultures.
2. Of, relating to, or constituting a subgroup of the Afro-Asiatic language group that includes Arabic, Hebrew, Amharic, and Aramaic.
n.

2. Any one of the Semitic languages.
The Zionists have successfully manipulated the definitions above to exclude the other groups from this definition. This allowed them to extract the word and its usage exclusively for Jews! This is parallel to the satanic belief that Jews are God’s Chosen people! It’s as if God created Jews and the rest of us were created by… what?
The following pictures and drawings show how Jews and Israelis cry foul when a cartoon for example depicts them as evil: to them, this is anti-Semitic! But when they have signs and graffiti against Arabs and Palestinians, it’s freedom of speech! You wouldn’t dare label a Jew anti-Semitic because then YOU are immediately an anti-Semite! Go figure!!!