Settlers go unpunished for such crimes
An Israeli Jewish settler ran over an elderly Palestinian man on Wednesday evening in the highway leading to Bethlehem in occupied West Bank.
The Palestinian Red Crescent (PRC) in Bethlehem said that the elderly Palestinian was hit by a speeding settler’s car and left him dead.
Palestinian sources identified the elderly Palestinian as Suleiman Hammad, 81, from the town of Al-Khader in the outskirts of Bethlehem.
Eyewitnesses said that the elderly Palestinian wanted to cross the road when the Israeli Jewish settler took the side of the road and hit him.
“It was clear that the Israeli Jewish settler intentionally ran over the elderly Palestinian as he had taken the side of the road where the man stood before crossing the road,” an eyewitness said.
Israeli settlers do not hesitate to run over Palestinians when they find any opportunity and they are encouraged to do so because none has ever been punished by the Israeli occupation authorities over such crimes.
ISRAEL = AN ORGAN HARVESTING MAFIA AND CRIMINAL ROTHSCHILDS ZIONIST MAFIA MURDERING NON-JEW HUMANITY FOR PROFIT!
“Is Israel a State or An Organ Harvesting Mafia?” by KAWTHER SALAM
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HILLARY’S BEST FRIENDS IN ISRAEL AND IN AMERICA ARE DOING THIS!
HILLARY’S BEST FRIENDS IN ISRAEL AND IN AMERICA ARE DOING THIS!
ISRAELIS + CLINTONS = ANTI-NON JEWS + ANTI-AMERICANS!
Hagee condems Planned Parenthood for selling baby parts, but loves Israel who does FAR WORSE with Palestinian CHILDREN’S body parts.
CAN THE JEWISH RABBIS STOOP ANY LOWER? PROBABLY ALREADY DO!
RABBIS SELLING KIDNAPPED BODY PARTS (KIDNEYS FOR EXAMPLE) FROM RABBIS IN ISRAEL (TAKE FROM SO-CALLED DONORS = PROBABLY KIDNAPPED PALESTINIAN CHILDREN) SOLD TO ISRAELI AMERICANS
THEN OTHER RABBIS-CRIMINALS ALSO LAUNDERED THE MONEY TO MAKE IT HARD TO TRACK BACK TO THE JEWISH SYNDICATE!
DIVORCE THIS JEWISH EVIL!
ISRAELI SYNAGOGUE OF SATAN THAT COMMITS SUCH HORRENDOUS CRIMES DESERVES NOTHING FROM AMERICANS!
THEY ARE ATTACKING AMERICANS WITH THEIR TALMUD EVIL!
Israel = Conceded to Crime of theft of human organs = Abu Kabir butchery = So-called ‘Autopsy Institute of Forensic Medicine” in Israel = Strategic base for harvesting human beings = Organ mafia serves as IDF officers in the West Bank to select and hunt Palestinian victims with the traits (and organs) corresponding to specific criteria = Skin and Eye Color = Explains many seemingly random murders by the IDF = Organs are worth millions
Israeli television Channel 2 reported that the organs of the dead Palestinians were stolen in hospitals for many corneas and bones – long bones – and the skin from the back, were extracted from the bodies of Palestinians, without the consent of their families. = Israeli television showed a 57 minute video filmed in the Institute by “Judea Hiss” (Yehuda Hiss), the director of Abu Kabir Institute showing how doctors were extracting the organs of the dead in the rooms of the Institute of Autopsy. The organs of Palestinians and other dead people were taken and implanted in the bodies of Jewish patients.
Video = Dr. Hiss told the doctors working with him to “Take from the dead very quickly! Take corneas and implant them into the patients in need”, and Hiss was also extracting organs from cadavers = “We were taking the corneas without taking out the eyes, and then we covered the place of the cornea and closed the eye. We did that as scientific research.” = These doctors broke Laws in Israel = “We gave these organs to…the Tel Hashomer Hospital in Tel Aviv….(and to) Hadassah Hospital in Jerusalem…”
Abu Kabir doctors did the organ harvesting without the knowledge of the families of the deceased = “we were extracting the long bones of the dead, and sometimes we took parts of their heart.” — the skin of the back was taken from the dead as well the cornea, to treat wounded Israel soldiers. = “These doctors were grabbing the skin from the dead for transplants into the bodies of wounded soldiers.”
Video = A squatter and medical doctor specializing in plastic surgery and was the chief medical officer of the IDF from 1997-2000, and who is a member of the Knesset for the National Union, said “We had orders not to take the consent of the families while taking the organs of the dead”. From 2000-2003, after leaving active military service, Eldad served as director of the plastic surgery unit at the Hadassah Ein-Kerem Hosptial in Jerusalem
Expert at the University of Brooklyn said: “I heard about the subject of stealing the organs, and when I checked I found that Israel removed organs from Palestinians, and implanted them into the bodies of Israeli soldiers”. She strongly condemned the theft of the Palestinians organs, and she wondered how somebody can grab the organs from the body of the enemy and implant them into the bodies of his own soldiers, without the knowledge of their families. This is immoral behaviour.”
Israeli hospitals said “this topic is an old one and there is no reason to talk about it now again.
CRIMINAL = Responsible for the theft project is former IDF officer Arieh Eldad = Today a member of the Israeli Knesset.
British professor Nancy Schaefer Dios met the director of Abu Kabir 10 years ago and recorded a talk with him about these facts, said: “It is true that corneas and skin were taken from the bodies of Palestinians and Israelis, but taking the skin from the Palestinian bodies to transfer it to the enemy soldiers, this is moral decline…You can take skin from the Israelis to Israelis, but with the consent of the family, but how is taking organs from Palestinians for the benefit of Israeli soldiers understandable?”
Israeli forces have shot dead a 72-year-old Palestinian woman amid clashes across Israel and the occupied Palestinian territories.
On Friday afternoon, Israeli troops fatally shot Thawarat Ashrawi as she drove her car into a petrol station in Halhul, a town in the Hebron-area of the West Bank.
Ashrawi’s family told Al Jazeera that she was simply at the petrol station to fill up her car.
The Israeli military, however, said the woman had driven her car directly at soldiers at the station, before she was shot.
Ashrawi was the second Palestinian to be killed by Israeli forces on Friday.
In Gaza, Israeli forces shot and killed 23-year-old Salameh Abu Jamaa, as dozens of Palestinians protested on the Israeli border in the Khan Younis area of the Strip’s south.
Clashes also took place in northern and central Gaza.
Israeli forces injured at least 38 protesters, including 29 with live ammunition, according to Ashraf Qidra, a spokesman for Gaza’s Ministry of Health.
Triggered by Israeli incursions into the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, protests against Israel’s ongoing occupation have spread throughout the occupied West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the besieged Gaza Strip.
Israeli soldiers have responded with force, using live ammunition, rubber-coated steel bullets, tear gas and stun grenades.
Since October 1, Israeli soldiers or settlers have killed at least 76 Palestinians, including bystanders, unarmed protesters, and alleged attackers. Ten Israelis have also been killed by Palestinians.
Speaking to Al Jazeera, Ezz Zanoun, a photographer at the clashes in central Gaza, said that “the ambulances didn’t get a chance to stop. They were picking up people, dropping them at the hospital and coming straight back to the protest”.
“The gas is raining down on us,” he said from the clashes by phone on Friday afternoon. “I can see people being shot right in front of me.”
Zanoun added that an Israeli soldier “yelled at us with a megaphone, threatening us. He said they would kill us if we didn’t go home”.
Source: Al Jazeera
Israeli police stated, Monday, that they had closed down three NGOs affiliated with the Islamic Movement in northern Israel, which is known for defending Al Aqsa Mosque against extremist Jewish settlers.
Israel’s Shin Bet domestic security agency said that it shut down the three organisations in the town of Nazareth that had been set up last year by the Movement, which has a following among Palestinians living in Israel.
Al Ray, via World Bulletin, cited Shin Bet’s allegation that the groups – Al Aqsa Champions, Muslim Women for Al Aqsa and Al Fajr Foundation for Culture and Literature – paid activists to use “verbal and even physical violence” against visitors to the Jerusalem shrine, with the goal of “agitating and stirring up emotions.”
Israeli police stated that the closure of the institutions was based on an order by Israeli public security, Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch, according to Israeli radio.
The Internal Security Agency, meanwhile, claimed that a security assessment showd that the two institutions had been suspected of funding activities of both the Islamic Movement in northern Israel and Gaza-based political party Hamas.
The agency added, in a statement, that the two NGOs had allocated some money to fund the activities of the two movements which, according to it, violated Israeli law.
It said that the two institutions paid salaries of people who go to the flashpoint of Al Aqsa Mosque, in East Jerusalem, every day.
Furthermore, Israeli Defense Minister, Moshe Yaalon, outlawed all three groups last month. The ministry has the authority to outlaw organizations it deems a threat to national security.
The Islamic Movement denied the accusations in a statement relating to two of the groups: Al Aqsa Champions is “a media organization (that is) professional and balanced and focuses only on events inside the mosque,” and Muslim Women for Al Aqsa “organises study for women inside the mosque.”
Police said that offices of the two NGOs had been raided by security forces, where computers and documents related to their accounts had been seized. According to the statement, some officials of the two institutions had also been detained.
Muslim Women for Al-Aqsa, one of the NGOs raided, stated that a large number of Israeli policemen had raided its office in Nazareth and confiscated equipment. Additionally, female workers had been detained by Israeli forces during the raid.
See also: 12/20/14 Thousands March Through Jerusalem’s Old City Following Prayers at Al Aqsa for more details on this ongoing crisis.
On Monday morning in al-Khalil (Hebron), Israeli forces destroyed the building the Jaabari family used to house their farm animals.
They appeared at 9:00 AM, armed with a bulldozer which tore up the ground and reduced the sturdy structure, used to house seventy sheep and thirty calves, to rubble. The Palestinian family, who rely on agriculture for their livelihood, had received no warning of the demolition, nor were they offered any explanation.
The Jaabari family had seen the bulldozer approaching, and had enough time to move the animals out of their shelter to a neighbour’s property. Their onion crop, however, planted in the earth between the road leading to the family’s house and the place where the animal pens once stood, was not so fortunate. Walking through the jagged ruts and mounds left behind by the bulldozer, a few glances revealed hundreds of crushed plants. The family, which includes four boys and three girls, derive their income from their small-scale farm; the Israeli military’s attack on their property is a significant economic blow.
One part of the building had already been demolished once, two years ago. In practice, once a demolition order has been issued for a site, Israeli forces do not require another order to destroy a rebuilt structure. However, an adjacent part of the animal shelter, which was not issued with any demolition order, was also destroyed. It had cost 190 thousand shekels to build, the farmer recalled. Now all that remains is broken concrete and twisted metal, a testament to the harsh, senseless reality of the Israeli occupation.
Living in Wadi al Ghrous, a neighbourhood to the east of al-Khalil sandwiched between the illegal Israeli settlements of Kiryat Arba and Givat Harsina, the Jaabari family and their neighbours experience regular incursions and violence from the zionist settlers and the Israeli military system charged with upholding the settlers’ presence and power. Though an overwhelming international consensus holds that that Israeli settlements in the West Bank are illegal under international law, it is the Palestinians living near settlements who are punished. From the ripped up ground in front of the Jaabari family’s house the settlement is clearly visible: large, sturdy grey houses with orange roofs. A colony insulated from the suffering it causes.
“The first demolition of 2015,” one Palestinian observer at the scene commented. The sad, though true, implication is that many more Palestinian families will wake up this year to see Israeli bulldozers come to destroy their livelihoods.