The cowardly armed assault by a Jewish soldier on a peaceful activist depicted in this video highlights YET AGAIN what Jews really think of non-Jews; but don't take anyone's word for it, believe Deuteronomy and YOUR own eyes! This is the gut-turning disgraceful, murdering, racist, scumbag nation the US unconditionally supports!
7:6 For thou art an holy people unto the LORD thy God: the LORD thy God hath chosen thee to be a special people unto himself, above all people that are upon the face of the earth.
7:16 And thou shalt consume all the people which the LORD thy God shall deliver thee; thine eye shall have no pity upon them: neither shalt thou serve their gods; for that will be a snare unto thee.
6:21 And they utterly destroyed all that was in the city, both man and woman, young and old, and ox, and sheep, and ass, with the edge of the sword.
6:19 But all the silver, and gold, and vessels of brass and iron, are consecrated unto the LORD: they shall come into the treasury of the LORD.
6:24 And they burnt the city with fire, and all that was therein: only the silver, and the gold, and the vessels of brass and of iron, they put into the treasury of the house of the LORD.
Want more proof, here:
COWARDLY senior IDF officer Shalom Eisner smashing Danish activist Andreas Las in the face with his rifle.
i always get peeved when Assange makes the bold claim that he is a journalist -- membership in the journo's union does not magically endow a person with journalistic skills, as is clearly evident by the awkward and wooden interview Assange conducted with the Hezbollah leader on his first show (video above).
Most RT journo's are competent and almost always offer informative and interesting shows. Assange could learn much from them.
On the bright side, Assange's tragic debut as a video journalist provides him with the opportunity to make huge improvements -- we are cognizant of the fact that it was his first show!
Perhaps writing a weekly story and submitting it for publication would also help awaken any dormant talent -- we shall see!
I am not surprised. We should thank our lucky Zionist stars that we have such a peaceful, racist democracy in the Middle East that doesn't allow Palestinians a vote. A 'democracy' created by the Zionist Rothschilds -- who still own 90% of Israel.
It is only natural that the civilian killing criminal US admin would do business and support its criminal partner, murdering Israel, in the Middle East. If there was a REAL democratic vote the stolen land would immediately be returned to its rightful owners, the Palestinians and Sephardic Jews.
The war of attrition will continue against Israel and the USA, they know they can't survive with the world slowly but surely waking up and turning against them. Vietnam and Afghanistan have proven beyond any doubt that 'superpowers' are a myth and are easily defeated.
People just don't like invaders, occupiers, thieves and killers of innocent men, women and children -- pure and simple! Why can't I understand that?
The 'geniuses' that run the world fail to see the obvious -- imperialism and military 'solutions' are a lost cause -- just ask Brzezinski, he knows it all too well. But the elite have nowhere to run and so must persist on their suicidal entropic course to oblivion; they're gonna take a lot with them though -- reward for NOT dealing with the MINORITY criminal scum when we had the chance.
Palestinians across the West Bank, Gaza, and those held in Israeli prisons hope to draw attention to abusive nature of solitary confinement, the practice of 'detention without charge,' and renew calls for the release of all political prisoners.
The action comes on the same day that Palestinian activist Khader Adnan is due to be released as part of an agreement struck earlier this year to end his 66-day hunger strike in protest of his prolonged detention without charge.
Throughout the morning, thousands of people held marches and rallies across the West Bank, with around 3,000 people gathering in Shuhada Square in central Nablus, waving Palestinian flags and holding up pictures of imprisoned relatives, according to Al-Jazeera.
"The Palestinian detainees who are on hunger strike are protesting Israel's treatment to prisoners inside the Israeli prisons," Amani Sarahna, a spokeswoman for The Palestinian Prisoner's Association Club, an inmate advocacy group, told CNN. "They are protesting Israel's policy of administrative detention and solitary confinement for prisoners for months at a time. They are protesting the arbitrary fines imposed on prisoners by the Israeli authority, the prevention of families especially of those from Gaza."
About 1,500 Palestinian prisoners held in Israeli detention began an open-ended hunger strike Tuesday as Palestinians across the West Bank and Gaza gathered in various events to observe the annual Prisoners' Day, marking solidarity for the thousands of Palestinians in Israeli prisons. [...]
Administrative detention is a controversial Israeli practice that allows authorities to detain people indefinitely. There is no requirement to charge detainees held under this practice. Of the roughly 4,700 Palestinian prisoners in Israeli prisons, approximately 300 are in administrative detention.
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The Independent/UK: Prisoners hope to draw attention to solitary confinement and detention without charge.
The protest – timed to coincide with the annual Prisoner's Day – comes as two inmates in Israeli jails enter their 48th day on hunger strike. In recent weeks, two other captives came close to death after weeks without food, prompting Israel to agree to individual deals for their release that averted the need for a fundamental shift in policy.
The hunger-strikers have a long list of demands, top of which is to protest against administrative detention, a draconian policy that Israel has used to jail indefinitely those it deems a security threat.
More than 300 of over 4,600 Palestinian prisoners are currently held without charge, in some cases for years without ever knowing why. Israel says that revealing evidence in public courts would endanger its informants and methods, but critics argue that it prevents defendants from challenging the charges. Eleven prisoners are already on hunger strike, including Bilal Diab, 27, and Tha'er Halahi, 34, who have shunned food now for 48 days. Mr Diab, who was arrested in August, has collapsed several times, according to Physicians for Human Rights (PHR), which has been monitoring the two men.
The detainees , of all political affiliations, stated that they they formulated their plan for the open-ended hunger strike in order to achieve their legitimate rights, and decided that April 17 is the most suitable date for the launching of this strike.
They said that hunger strike is the only means available to them to achieve their rights and to pressure the Israeli government into negotiating with their representative in order to end all sorts of violations against them.
“Our main demands are; ending all sorts of solitary confinement as numerous detainees spent dozens of years in solitary, in tiny cells that lack the basic living recruitments, we want an end to all physical and emotional abuse”, the detainees stated, “We want the families of Gaza Strip detainees to be able to visit their detained sons, they have been denied this right since six consecutive years”.
The detainees are also demanding Israel to improve their living conditions, and an end to all illegal “laws” against them, such as the “Shalit Law” that denied the detainees their legitimate rights, including the right to education, in addition to preventing them from receiving newspapers, certain TV channels, books, and the right to education.
They are also demanding Israel to stop the illegal strip search practiced against their families, the night raids against the detainees’ rooms, and all sorts of collective punishment.
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Ma'an News Agency in Gaza: Palestinians mark prisoners day in Gaza, West Bank
In Gaza City, Hana Shalabi -- released after 43 days on hunger strike -- lit a torch of freedom and applauded popular support for detainees challenging their imprisonment. Shalabi was sent from her native West Bank to Gaza under the release deal.
Another torch was lit in Arraba to honor Karim Younis, the longest-serving prisoner, and Lina Jarbouni, the longest-serving female prisoner, as well as Adnan, in the presence of prisoners' families.
Officials unveiled a mural painted by four Palestinian artists at the entrance to the village. The "Will and Freedom" mural -- by Muhammad Shalabi from Jenin refugee camp, Areij Urouq from Jenin city, Anas Abiyya from Salfit and Tamir Kamal from Zababda -- shows Palestinian women suffering from imprisonment of Palestinians in Israel.
Speaking at the event, Fatah leader Abbas Zaki said: "There will be no peace and no safety without releasing all prisoners from Israeli jails."
Ideologically there is no difference between the Nazi master race and the exclusivity of theocratic superiority -- both allow for the maltreatment, abuse and even slaughter of non-members.
Today we have the ultra-right, some would say fascist Zionists, whose behaviour cannot be distinguished from the Gestapo or SS.
Indeed, the Zionist Jews seem to have learned much from the Nazis that once persecuted them -- a clash of 'chosen' people no doubt. The Jews at that time coming out the worse for wear.
Today however, they treat Palestinians and non-Jews with utter contempt, as has been recorded numerous times. The brutality Jews display toward the Palestinians -- the legal owners of the land -- is horrendous -- they have transformed Gaza into a concentration camp, which is an indictment on the rest of the world for turning a blind eye and allowing it!
Jews practice their doctrinal RACISM openly, which is against the law in most nations, but Jewish racism is tolerated, why? Discovering why -- monetary control of governments and the global economy -- is a very enlightening experience, I suggest first researching the families and interests that own the Global Reserve Banking System -- you will be shocked and appalled to learn the identities of those behind all the wars that rage today!