February 15, 2015
Here’s another independent media report from the Associated Press confirming that the evil Israeli Jews killed numerous women and children in their carpet bombing of the Gaza Strip this past summer. There is no doubt that the Jews have committed disgusting war crimes. The Jewish leadership who ordered these strikes should be put on trial and executed at the half time show of a major global sporting event.
The youngest to die was a 4-day-old girl, the oldest a 92-year-old man.
They were among at least 844 Palestinians killed as a result of airstrikes on Gaza homes during Israel’s summer war with the Islamic militant group, Hamas.
Under the rules of war, homes are protected civilian sites unless used for military purposes. Israel says it attacked only legitimate targets, alleging militants used the houses to hide weapons, fighters and command centers. Palestinians say Israel’s warplanes often struck without regard for civilians.
The Associated Press examined 247 airstrikes, interviewing witnesses, visiting attack sites and compiling a detailed casualty count.
The review found that 508 of the dead — just over 60 percent — were children, women and older men, all presumed to be civilians. Hamas says it did not use women as fighters in the war, and an Israel-based research group, the Meir Amit Intelligence and Terrorism Information Center, which tracks militants among the war dead, said it has no evidence women participated in combat.
Comically the Jews are saying they did not commit war crimes, even though they killed an untold number of women and children. This once again shows that Jews are incapable of introspection. In their minds they are never at fault for anything and are always victims no matter what the situation.
Israel says it tried to avoid harming civilians, even as Hamas embedded weapons and fighters in residential areas.
“Our position is very clear. Israel did not commit war crimes,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Emmanuel Nahshon.
Palestinians say Israel attacked with disproportionate force and callous disregard for civilians.
If most of those killed are civilians, “you cannot call them collateral damage,” said Hanan Ashrawi, a Palestinian spokeswoman.