Monday, August 24, 2009

More proof of Israeli War Crimes

Guardian Investigation - Videotaped Testimonies

The Guardian (UK) - The Guardian newspaper conducted an investigation of war crimes charges against Israel in Gaza. The videotaped testimony is now available via YouTube. If you have not yet seen these videos, please take a moment to watch them.

A family was blown to bits while drinking tea in their back yard:


Three Palestinian brothers described how they were abducted by the IDF and forced to serve as human shields for days while their parents were unaware of their fate:



The high rate of death of medical personnel in the Gaza War is investigated and Palestinian medics share their hair-raising experiences.


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1 comment:

  1. As Gaza is in Mo US
    Here is something far away from Bacon home, you know redeneck know information max 50 miles from thier hole.

    COLUMBIA Missouri POLICE EPARTMENT Crime 2008 Report
    Homicide 5
    Rape 19
    Robbery 138
    Assault 230
    Burglary 836
    Larceny 2,968

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