Gaza Under Siege

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The Gaza Strip is a Palestinian territory on the eastern coast of the Mediterranean Sea that borders Egypt on the southwest and Israel on the east and north. It is roughly 140 square miles and has a population of 1.7 million. Israel enforces restrictions on the movement out of this very crowded camp of Palestinians by using checkpoints, road blocks, barricades, and fences. Passage is rarely allowed.

Israel has also severely limited the fishing zone along the coast to a mere six nautical miles, despite food and water shortages, and lack of electricity.  The people inhabiting the land of Gaza were uprooted and placed there so that Israel could be an all Jewish state. The Palestinians are not allowed to return, and Jews are given financial assistance to immigrate.

Hamas, who governs the Gaza Strip, was created by Israel and funded by the United States to counter their predecessor, the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization). The encouragement from Israel and the United States to radicalize the Muslims, combined with the resentment formed by the occupation, Jewish settlements in Palestinian territories, blockades, and overall lack of human rights for Palestinians, have created blowback from those communities. The number of Palestinian deaths to Israeli deaths is clearly disproportionate, and although Hamas is accused of hiding behind children, a recent video and several eyewitness accounts from International journalists say otherwise. Four Palestinian boys were killed and three other children were wounded after they were targeted by Israel as they played football on a beach.

Immediately following the attack from Israel on the children of Gaza, NBC removed their reporter. CNN did the same. This is not surprising since the Palestinian side of the conflict is rarely covered, and Jews self admittedly control the media.

Israel has now launched a ground offensive into Gaza. Meanwhile, Israelis have gathered for front row viewing of the destruction in the Gaza Strip and are cheering at the bloodbath.

 

-Kim Shady

13 thoughts on “Gaza Under Siege

  1. check your facts. really.

    Israel never was, never wished to be, and does not seek being “all Jewish”.

    As for Hammas… you conveniently forgot they are defined by US government as a Terorist organization. and that the UN found two UN schools where rocket were hit.

    oh, its also very convenient to forget that Israel has been under attack of thousands of rockets, targeting civilians, by the Hammas saints.
    also, please remember that ever since ISRAEL LEFT GAZA, hammas used the millions of dollars to build what? economy? schools? mmm… nope. rockets, tunnels, etc. only weaponary to kill Israelis.

    oh, whatever. you are definitely not driven by facts.
    why don’t you move to a country of your liking’s?
    Syria is nice, Egypt as well. i am sure you will find life nice there.

    also, remember that statements like “the jews control the media” are so 1937… Germany old school stuff. you should advance a bit.

    a proud Israeli.

    • Oren, how many Israelis are dead? Don’t smokescreen me dude. Take some responsibility for this clear disproportionate use of force. It’s people like you that back every crazy thing Israel does that continues the enablement and The US government is clearly co-opted by the Jewish lobby. I know who you are so, you are hasberat. Kim, nice story but the rule of thumb is don’t believe anything in the mainstream or corporate media and alternative media for that matter. People have been dumbed down so much, they can say anything and pass it off as fact. Israel is the problem in the region or they wouldn’t have started the illegal settlements if they really wanted peace. understand, I am Talmud aware and I know what they really want ;). They want it all and we ain’t gonna let em take it!Oh, by the way, I am “Site” Intelligence aware. I know you all make videos of atrocities and blame it on others. It’s an MO!

      • Sigur your full of it. Disproportionate use of force only happens when you have achieved your goals and their is no reason to continue your operation and you do anyways. In this case until all the Hamas tunnels and rocket launchers and the like are destroyed and the capability of the enemy to resume their attacks has been destroyed or at least set back untold number of years then the battle isnt over.
        Your idea of disproportionate force is akin to someone being physically mugged who carries a firearm and then wont use it to stop the beatings because the muggers have only their fist or legs or a a bat or iron knuckles to beat you down with, and with a gun you can unfairly shoot them and thats not fair in warped minds like your own, or maybe you will wait till they get their own gun and then come back so it will proportionate.
        Thats what you do to the school bully. You fight back and just shove him and run wont stop him coming back tomorrow, but summon the strength to pummel him make him cry for his mother and he wont bother you or anyone else again.
        As for the legal settlements in liberated lands, they are totally legal. These are not settlements by the way, some of these places have populations higher then most Arab villages and have been around of over 30 years and have prospered without UN and EU moneys. They dont build undergound tunnels to Arab villages with their concrete they build home.
        As for you cite watching, FU, more bullshit. Reuters refuses altogether to use the term terrorist, so 911 wasnt terrorism according to them, neither was lockerbie nor pizza cafe bombings or Passover seder bombings, and this is the world as a rule will write that a Falestinian was killed by the Israeli army in the headlines, but wont they is that the guy tried to run the soldiers down with his truck, so lack of facts in the headlines is what make Israel always looking like they are killing people never adding what that person may have done.
        So spare us your Goyisms. Martin Luther trash talked Jews better then ever can.

  2. Great article, though just like the “hit pieces” from the other side, does not accurately identify the ROOT problem. In my opinion, the root problem is a lack of reason and a belief instead in patriotism, religion and state. Without these delusions, perhaps in a few generations peace could be found… I hope we might rid ourselves of delusion and choose instead peace.

  3. This is my first time to Adam vs the man. I watched the video of him verbally body slam police haha. Anyway I’m surprised he drinks this liberal kool-aide. I’m sorry but Oren has it right. Go America go the constitution.

  4. I have respect for palestinian people. People they live in Gaza they should get rid of hamas .hamas doesnt want piece .they want power they been calling for destruction of isreal .people they live in Gaza they should say thank you to isreal beacues isreal feeds them .the blockade isnt for food its for wapon world need to understand that we have to see both side

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