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Former US president Jimmy Carter on Tuesday denounced the deprivations facing Palestinians in Gaza as unique in history, asserting that they are being treated "like animals."
"The starving of 1.5 million human beings of the necessities of life -- never before in history has a large community like this been savaged by bombs and missiles and then denied the means to repair itself,"
"I have to hold back tears when I see the deliberate destruction that has been wracked against your people," he
If peace is so important to you, then you should rant every-time the terrorist Hamas makes their daily attacks.
A group of 100 famous academics, authors, actors and public figures of the Jewish population in The United Kingdom signed a letter stating that they will be boycotting the Israeli independence celebrations marking the 60th anniversary, and stated that they “cannot celebrate the birth of a state which was founded on terrorism”,
The writers of the letters stated in their document that they “cannot celebrate the birthday of a state which was founded on terrorism, massacres and the disposition of other people from their land”.
The letter also says that Israel displaced 750.000 Palestinians when it was established in 1948 and totally wiped out 400 villages, and that “the ethnic cleansing did not stop at that point, as thousands of Palestinians were expelled from the Galilee in 1956, and many thousands were displaced when Israel occupied the West Bank and the Gaza Strip in 1967”.
Furthermore, Prof. Bresheeth added that “Israel is inflicting terrorism on the Palestinians since 40 years”.
"The real terror is the one Israel has inflicted on the Palestinians for 40 years now, the terrorism of a strong state against a relatively weak organization.
A pamphlet warning Britons to leave the Middle East or face death has come to light in a stash of illicit propaganda.
The document does not hail from Basra or Baghdad, nor was it penned by the Islamists of al-Qaeda or the al-Mahdi Army. It was found in Haifa, about 60 years ago, and it was issued by the underground group led by Menachem Begin – the future Prime Minister of Israel and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize.
The document, which surfaced at an auction house this week, is addressed to “the soldiers of the occupation army” and aimed at British soldiers serving in Palestine, then under the British Mandate, preceding the establishment of Israel in 1948. The print has faded and the paper has discoloured since it was unearthed from a grove of trees in Haifa in the summer of 1947. Yet the language and the concerns remain current.
Bombings and murders by underground groups, such as Begin’s Irgun, hastened the British withdrawal and the United Nations declaration that led to the founding of modern Israel.
The United States government has declared Hamas a terrorist group.
So does Canada, Austriala,Japan and the EU. Since the EU considers them terrorists, all 27 member nation do as well.
In the nineteenth century, the North American Indians were herded onto reservations and their main game disappears, bison being killed for their fur in incentives from the federal government. So even if the classification of genocide in processing these populations is discussed, since there was no government will be adopted to exterminate the Indians, they were hungry (premium for killing bison), stripped of their land by violence and trickery (non-compliance with signed agreements) and deprived of their freedom of worship and the right to speak their languages. This policy is often called ethnocide, a term referring to the extermination of a culture. Legally the term ethnocide does not exist, the destruction of an ethnic group is genocide, according to the "Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide" adopted unanimously by UN General Assembly in 1948. In 1830, the Indian Removal Act inaugurated the policy of displacement amérindiennes increasingly to the West: the then-president, Andrew Jackson, is pass a law deporting the Indians living east of the Mississippi to the West of that river, mainly in Oklahoma, to exploit gold on their lands in Ohio and install the migrants from Europe. This Act is declared unconstitutional by the Supreme Court and leads to wars with the Cherokees until 1838. Until 1850, 100 000 Americans are deported. The most famous episode is that the Trail of Tears in 1838-1839. This name comes from the tears of sympathy from Americans who saw through the Cherokee before them. This forced relocation was at least 4 000 people, because of cold and exhaustion.
The United States government has declared Hamas a terrorist group. So does Canada, Austriala,Japan and the EU. Since the EU considers them terrorists, all 27 member nation do as well.
Again, you go off topic on one of your anti jewish rants.
The topic is the palistinians and if they deserive to be treated as they are.
Simple answer, until they change, the answer is "YES".
When they decide to stop acting like animals, then, maybe they can be treated like that.