Thursday, August 03, 2006

You said International Laws ?

Tuesday, August 01, 2006

Kidnapped in Israel or Captured in Lebanon?

Official justification for Israel's invasion on thin ice

The original story, as most media tell it, goes something like this: Hezbollah attacked an Israeli border patrol station, killing six and taking two soldiers hostage. The incident happened on the Lebanese/Israel border in Israeli territory. The alternate version, as explained by several news outlets, tells a bit of a different tale: These sources contend that Israel sent a commando force into southern Lebanon and was subsequently attacked by Hezbollah near the village of Aitaa al-Chaab, well inside Lebanon's southern territory. It was at this point that an Israel tank was struck by Hezbollah fighters, which resulted in the capture of two Israeli soldiers and the death of six. continue...

Monday, July 31, 2006

Qana 2006... Qana 1996... Nothing changed...

Human Rights Watch: The Israeli government initially claimed that the military targeted the house because Hezbollah fighters had fired rockets from the area. Human Rights Watch researchers who visited Qana on July 31, the day after the attack, did not find any destroyed military equipment in or near the home. Similarly, none of the dozens of international journalists, rescue workers and international observers who visited Qana on July 30 and 31 reported seeing any evidence of Hezbollah military presence in or around the home. Rescue workers recovered no bodies of apparent Hezbollah fighters from inside or near the building. continue...

Amnesty International: “The concept of ‘free-fire’ zones is incompatible with international humanitarian law. The attack in Qana is sypmtomatic of the way in which this conflict has been fought to date and indicates either that Israel is failing to take necessary precautions to spare civilians or that it has intentionally launched a disproportionate attack on civilians,” said Irene Khan. continue...

Robert Fisk (The Independant): They wrote the names of the dead children on their plastic shrouds. "Mehdi Hashem, aged seven - Qana," was written in felt pen on the bag in which the little boy's body lay. "Hussein al-Mohamed, aged 12 - Qana',' "Abbas al-Shalhoub, aged one - Qana.''... continue...

Click here for photos from Qana Massacre (30 July 2006)
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What happened in Qana ?
  1. Robert Fisk Reports From Lebanon on the Israeli Bombing of Qana
  2. Qana Again (
  3. The world press reactions

Photos Section (your discretion is advised)

Sunday, July 30, 2006

What is really going on in Lebanon ?

  1. Day-by-day: Lebanon crisis
  2. Destruction... Destruction... and Destruction...
  3. Made in the UK, bringing devastation to Lebanon - the British parts in Israel's deadly attack helicopters
  4. Israel 'authorised' to continue attacks
  5. Israel says world backs offensive
  6. US rushes bombs to Israel and discourages cease-fire
  7. War on Lebanon Planned for at least a Year
  8. Cut-off Lebanese village struggles as food, medicine dry up
  9. Israeli Cluster Munitions Hit Civilians in Lebanon
  10. Lebanon's Children and Israeli Phosphorous Bombs
  11. Israel’s Indiscriminate Onslaughts
  12. Israel: Investigate Attack on Civilians in Lebanon
  13. Primetime Lies from the American Media
  14. Lebanon crisis an international conspiracy
  15. Israelis Are Dying: It Must Be an Escalation
  16. Wild dogs are devouring the victims of Israel’s Bombing Raids
  17. The End Is Near, but first, this commercial
  18. The dead are rotting in the rubble of smashed homes

Saturday, July 29, 2006

In the name of the "Civilized World", for the safety of the state of Israel !

No comment...

Ali Sha'ita, 12, is distraught as he tries to comfort his mother, who was wounded when an Israeli missile hit their vehicle, killing three and injuring 16. Photograph: Sean Smith.

Roof of Red Cross Ambulance bombed by Israeli Air Force, Qana, South Lebanon (July 24, 2006).

A picture of the 80 coffins that were buried in a mass grave yesterday in the southern city of Tyre/Sour in the vicinity of a Lebanese army post. The coffins were numbered and named so that they can be removed and buried in the victims' home towns later on.

From the Israeli children to the Lebanese children...

Monday, July 17, 2006: Kiryat shmona, North Israel
Israeli girls write messages on a shell at a heavy artillery position firing into civilians inside Lebanon (AP Photo/Sebastian Scheiner).

It seems that the lebanese children received the message... Thank you !

Israel pinpoint attacks : The Proof that Israel is targeting Hezbollah terrorists


Friday, July 28, 2006

Must-see documentaries and vidoes

Peace, Propaganda & the Promised Land provides a striking comparison of U.S. and international media coverage of the crisis in the Middle East, zeroing in on how structural distortions in U.S. coverage have reinforced false perceptions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. (Google Video)

TerrorStorm (Alex Jones) : Alex Jones' latest film covers in detail the proven history of government sponsored terrorism, and focuses on the 7/7 London bombings and 9/11. (Google Video)