by Syarif Hidayat
Implementing the Satanic verses of Talmud based on a ruling issued by an Israeli rabbi that allows the killing of innocent civilians in Gaza, Palestine, the Zionist Jewish occupation regime soldiers have been and are committing genocide in the besieged enclave and destroying all infrastructures including public building and civilians houses.
An Israeli rabbi has issued a ruling that allows the killing of innocent civilians in the besieged Gaza Strip. Dov Lior, an Israeli rabbi from the illegal settlement of Kiryat Arba in the occupied West Bank, said in the ruling that it is “okay” to kill innocent civilians and destroy Gaza. The ruling also says that it is not necessary to check if the people targeted are civilians or non-civilians.
The rabbi’s ruling authorizes all means of targeting the people, such as “denying supplies or electricity.” He further says military forces are allowed “to bomb the whole area according to the discretion of the army…”
“In the case of Gaza,” the rabbi said, the Israeli military officials “will be allowed to instruct even the destruction of Gaza.”
He also said that, as the Israeli army is at war with the people in the blockaded enclave, “any kind of talk about humanism and consideration are moot.” The rabbi has been chosen by thousands of Israelis, who follow him.
The Zionist Jews are implementing their Talmudic satanic verses that are against humanity–the real satanic verses Ahmed Salman Rushdie doesn’t dare enough to write and the western human rights preachers have no stomach to criticize!
HERE ARE SOME TEACHINGS OF THE JEWISH TALMUD – WHERE A JEW SHOULD DO EVIL
Moed Kattan 17a: If a Jew is tempted to do evil he should go to a city where he is not known and do the evil there.
Jews May Rob and Kill Non-Jews
Sanhedrin 57a . When a Jew murders a gentile (“Cuthean”), there will be no death penalty. What a Jew steals from a gentile he may keep.
Baba Kamma 37b. The gentiles are outside the protection of the law and God has “exposed their money to Israel.”
Penalty for Disobeying Rabbis
Erubin 21b. Whosoever disobeys the rabbis deserves death and will be punished by being boiled in hot excrement in hell.
Hitting a Jew is the same as hitting God
Sanhedrin 58b. If a heathen (gentile) hits a Jew, the gentile must be killed.
O.K. to Cheat Non-Jews
Sanhedrin 57a . A Jew need not pay a gentile (“Cuthean”) the wages owed him for work.
Jews Have Superior Legal Status
Baba Kamma 37b. “If an ox of an Israelite gores an ox of a Canaanite there is no liability; but if an ox of a Canaanite gores an ox of an Israelite…the payment is to be in full.”
Jews May Steal from Non-Jews
Baba Mezia 24a . If a Jew finds an object lost by a gentile (“heathen”) it does not have to be returned. (Affirmed also in Baba Kamma 113b). Sanhedrin 76a. God will not spare a Jew who “marries his daughter to an old man or takes a wife for his infant son or returns a lost article to a Cuthean…”
Jews May Lie to Non-Jews
Baba Kamma 113a. Jews may use lies (“subterfuges”) to circumvent a Gentile.
Non-Jewish Children are Sub-Human
Yebamoth 98a. All gentile children are animals.
Abodah Zarah 36b. Gentile girls are in a state of niddah (filth) from birth.
Abodah Zarah 22a-22b . Gentiles prefer sex with cows.
Abodah Zara 26b: “Even the best of the Gentiles should be killed.”
Nidrasch Talpioth, p. 225-L: “Jehovah created the non-Jew in human form so that the Jew would not have to be served by beasts. The non-Jew is consequently an animal in human form, and condemned to serve the Jew day and night. (Talmud)
Aboda Sarah 37a: “A Gentile girl who is three years old can be violated.”
Schulchan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszpat 388: “It is permitted to kill a Jewish denunciator everywhere. It is permitted to kill him even before he denounces.”
Schulchan Aruch, Choszen Hamiszpat 348: “All property of other nations belongs to the Jewish nation, which, consequently, is entitled to seize upon it without any scruples.”
Baba Mezia, 114b “The Jews are called human beings, but the non-Jews are not humans. They are beasts.”
Midrasch Talpioth (fol. 225d): “God created them [Jews] in the form of men for the glory of Israel . But Akum were created for the sole end of ministering unto them [the Jews] day and night. Nor can they ever be relieved from this service. It is becoming to the son of a king [an Israelite] that animals in their natural form, and animals in the form of human beings should minister unto him.” (Talmud)
Babha Kama: “The name of God is not profaned when, for example, a Jew lies to a Goi by saying: ‘I gave something to your father, but he is dead; you must return it to me,’ as long as the Goi does not know that you are lying.” (Talmud)
GENOCIDE ADVOCATED BY THE TALMUD
Minor Tractates. Soferim 15, Rule 10. This is the saying of Rabbi Simon ben Yohai: Tob shebe goyyim harog (“Even the best of the gentiles should all be killed”).
This passage is from the original Hebrew of the Babylonian Talmud as quoted by the 1907 Jewish Encyclopedia, published by Funk and Wagnalls and compiled by Isidore Singer, under the entry, “Gentile,” (p. 617).
This original Talmud passage has been concealed in translation. The Jewish Encyclopedia states that, “…in the various versions the reading has been altered, ‘The best among the Egyptians’ being generally substituted.” In the Soncino version: “the best of the heathens” (Minor Tractates, Soferim 41a-b].
Israelis annually take part in a national pilgrimage to the grave of Simon ben Yohai, to honor this rabbi who advocated the extermination of non-Jews. (Jewish Press, June 9, 1989, p. 56B).
On Purim, Feb. 25, 1994, Israeli army officer Baruch Goldstein, an orthodox Jew from Brooklyn, massacred 40 Palestinian civilians, including children, while they knelt in prayer in a mosque. Goldstein was a disciple of the late Brooklyn Rabbi Meir Kahane, who told CBS News that his teaching that Arabs are “dogs” is derived “from the Talmud.” (CBS 60 Minutes, “Kahane”).
University of Jerusalem Prof. Ehud Sprinzak described Kahane and Goldstein’s philosophy: “They believe it’s God’s will that they commit violence against goyim, a Hebrew term for non-Jews.” (NY Daily News, Feb. 26, 1994, p. 5).
Rabbi Yitzhak Ginsburg declared, “We have to recognize that Jewish blood and the blood of a goy are not the same thing.” (NY Times, June 6, 1989, p.5).
Rabbi Yaacov Perrin said, “One million Arabs are not worth a Jewish fingernail.” (NY Daily News, Feb. 28, 1994, p.6).
Israeli war kills one child every hour in Gaza: UN
The United Nations says at least one Palestinian child has been killed every hour during the ongoing Israeli war on the besieged Gaza Strip. The UN said in a new report on Wednesday that the ongoing Israeli aerial and ground attacks have claimed the life of at least one Palestinian child every hour over the past couple of days.
“One child has been killed every hour in Gaza over the past two days,” the UN report said. According to the new report, 74 percent of the victims are civilians, and one-third of the civilians killed so far are also children.
International bodies and human rights groups say civilians account for the majority of the victims of the ongoing Israeli war. Women and children make the bulk of the civilian casualties there.
Meanwhile, the UN rights chief says Israeli military’s actions in the impoverished region could amount to war crimes. Navi Pillay was speaking at an emergency session on Israel’s Gaza offensive at the UN Human Rights Council. The development come as Israel has been relentlessly pounding the Gaza Strip since July 8, 2014.
On Wednesday alone, more than 30 people were killed as Israel conducted fresh attacks on the blockaded Palestinian territory. Israel has also attacked two hospitals in Gaza in the past days. Tel Aviv forces have also ordered Palestinians in Shifa hospital to evacuate the building. According to figures provided by emergency services, the total number of people killed since the Israeli offensive on July 8 stands at nearly 665. More than 4,200 people have been injured in the attacks.
The Shuja’iyya massacre and Israeli criminality
Ben White in his article titled “Premeditated murder: the Shuja’iyya massacre and Israeli criminality” published in Middle East Monitor (MEMO), Tuesday, 22 July 2014, wrote 65-year-old Ahmed Suleiman Akram al-‘Atawai and his 10-year-old grandchild Tala were running from Israel’s onslaught on Shuja’iyya. As they fled, they were hit by Israeli artillery shells, and died. (Ben White is a British journalist and activist who primarily writes about the Israel-Palestine conflict. He is the author of two books about the Israel-Palestine conflict: Israeli Apartheid: A Beginner’s Guide and Palestinians in Israel: Segregation, Discrimination and Democracy).
They were among the dozens of victims Sunday, when Israeli forces pulverised the Gaza City district. Some, like Ahmed and Tala, were cut down in the streets; others were killed when shells hit their homes. A paramedic, killed as he attempted to rescue the wounded. The ‘Ayad family, hit by a missile from an Israeli warplane, killing ten, including three children.
Palestinians and reporters who visited the scene reported scenes of total devastation. An estimated 72 were killed Sunday in Shuja’iyya, including “at least 17 children”. Amnesty International described the impact of “intense Israeli bombardment”, with “more than 200” wounded as “civilians were forced to flee under fire”. A man who went back to look for his family was shot dead by Israeli forces in front of human rights observers.
Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) doctors working in Al Shifa hospital in Gaza City reported that “women and children comprised most of the wounded” arriving Sunday morning. Audrey Landmann, MSF medical coordinator in Gaza, said Israel’s ground offensive has meant “indiscriminate” bombing, and noted that “those who die are civilians”.
The shocking fact is that these dozens, hundreds, of personal horror stories are the result of deliberate decisions taken by the Israeli army. On the day of the attack, IDF officers boasted that they were “taking off the gloves”. Even as the ground offensive got underway late Thursday, Israeli tanks had “received an order to open fire at anything that moved”. The targeting of Shuja’iyya, according to veteran military analyst Ron Ben-Yishai, was about the Israeli army “cementing itself in the enemy’s psyche as a beast one should not provoke”. It is this “objective”, he wrote, that “is the essence of the deterrence” sought by Israel.
As images emerged of the massacre, an Israeli army officer “expressed concern that the level of casualties in Shuja’iyya could erode [international support]…and create diplomatic pressure to end the operation sooner than expected”. A similar sentiment was expressed by Israel Hayom’s military correspondent, who admitted that the “high civilian death toll” in Shuja’iyya could have a detrimental effect on the Israeli operation’s “international legitimacy”.
Even as Haaretz military correspondent Amos Harel tried to dismiss claims of a “massacre”, he acknowledged that “the intensity of [Israeli] fire increased only after the force had sustained many casualties”. This echoes a report by right-wing Israeli news service Arutz Sheva, that “heavy casualties” dealt to Israeli soldiers contributed to “a furious response by the IDF”. In other words, the killing of civilians in the name of revenge and deterrence.
Israeli “commanders in the field” predicted that “if fighting continues”, the “level of destruction” in Shuja’iyyeh “may reach that seen in the Dahiyeh neighborhood in Beirut in 2006”. There, Israeli forces deliberately targeted civilian infrastructure in what became known as the ‘Dahiyeh doctrine’. Note that the day before, Harel had called Shuja’iyya “not particularly significant from a military perspective”.
The Israeli media blithely dismissed any concerns about the massacre “from a legal standpoint”, on the basis that the army had warned Shuja’iyya’s residents in advance. This is not just grossly inadequate – it is itself evidence of war crimes. As Amnesty International stated yesterday, “issuing warnings to evacuate entire areas does not absolve Israeli forces of their obligations to protect civilians under international humanitarian law”.
This point was also made by Israeli NGOs in a joint statement which emphasised how “sending alerts or providing warnings to residents does not transform them, or their homes, into legitimate military targets, and does not exempt the army from its duty to avoid executing indiscriminate attacks in the area”. Israel’s “cynical use of legal terms” to justify “death and destruction” received further specific condemnation by Israeli human rights organisation B’Tselem.
In fact, those groups had warned ahead of time, even as the IDF was dropping leaflets and issuing evacuation orders, that such a step could very likely presage an attack that would “cause extensive, mortal harm to civilians and much property damage”. The military, they wrote, “must not assume that all residents have indeed left their homes”, as they said was done during Operation Cast Lead.
There is also a similarly disturbing precedent from Israel’s attack on Lebanon in 2006, when Israel justified an attack in Qana on the basis that Hezbollah used the area for missile launches, and, that the IDF had warned residents in advance to leave. Human Rights Watch, among others, slammed this argument, saying that notice of an impending bombardment “does not give [the IDF] carte blanche to blindly attack”.
Thus whether it is the targeting of family homes, or the indiscriminate shelling of neighbourhoods like Shuja’iyya, Israel’s attacks on Gaza – including the justifications for them – are taking the shape of repeated war crimes and urgently need to be treated as such.
Israeli massacres in Gaza
Motasem A Dalloul in his article titled “The nightmare of Israeli massacres in Gaza” published in Middle East Monitor (MEMO), Sunday, 20 July 2014, wrote Saturday night (19 July 2014) in Gaza was nightmarish. Israel’s ferocious assault on the civilians of the Gaza Strip increased in intensity to an unprecedented degree, so much so that people are comparing it to the massacres in Sabra and Shatila and Qana.
I am staying with friends, away from my family, in the west of Gaza, but every Israeli shell shakes the house and increases my worries about their safety. Ever since Israel attacked Gaza I have been trying to find a safe place for my family to stay. I have seven brothers and with our wives and children there were more than 60 of us living in four buildings.
On the third day of the war, one of the buildings was attacked by an Israeli F16 and destroyed. The bpmb damaged the other buildings, making them unsafe to live in. I took my wife and some of my children to their grandmother’s house. I do not know where my brothers and their families are, or even if they are still alive.
When the Israeli occupation forces started their ground operation, they started to shell Gaza indiscriminately from tanks in the east and warships in the west. The shelling has been concentrated in the eastern parts of the city, but dozens of shells have landed elsewhere, causing much damage to homes and many casualties.
On Friday, my wife phoned me and told me that she wanted to leave her mother’s house and go anywhere to be safer. She went to her uncle’s house. On Saturday, she phoned me and asked me to go somewhere else because her new refuge was also unsafe. I took her to my sister’s house in the centre of Gaza City.
After last night’s continuous Israeli strikes from ground, air and sea forces, which killed 40 people and wounded more than 400 more, my wife phoned me in the morning telling me that my sister, whose husband is a journalist and has not been at home since the beginning of the war, suffered a panic attack as her neighbours fled from their homes and headed to public areas and schools.
As I write, I do not have or know of any safe place to take my family; I am afraid to drive my car and go to collect them. Neither my friends nor I can sleep because the heavy shelling makes us feel unsafe as the bombs shake the house to its foundations. This happens more than 40 times every minute of every hour. Palls of smoke hang over eastern and central Gaza City.
The Israeli airstrikes are relentless and they are targeting civilians, who are fleeing from their homes; the death toll is rising, as is the number of those wounded. Everyone in Gaza feels unsafe and we are heading, men, women and children together, into the unknown.
Israeli army rained down 120 one-tonne bombs onto Shujaya
The Israeli army attacked Shujaya with 120 bombs weighing one tonne each, a military spokesperson in Tel Aviv said. Avichay Adraee, a spokesman for the Israeli army to the Arab media, said on Twitter: “Ground forces were able to seize the new sites in the area east of Gaza #Shujaya where we used 120 bombs weighing one tonne.” Adraee did not say when the bombs were used on the neighborhood. Palestinians accuse Israel of committed a massacre in the area. He also did not elaborate on the areas seized by the army in the region.
The spokesman also said on Twitter: “Over the last 24 hours, the Israeli army has killed 30 saboteurs in the #Gaza Strip, bringing the total number of terrorists killed since the start of the ground operation to 210.” He added: “Our troops discovered 28 tunnels and destroyed six of them. Two hundred other terrorist targets were also hit since yesterday.”
Seventy-five Palestinians were killed on Sunday, July 20, 2014 during the Israeli shelling of houses in the densely populated neighbourhood of Shujaya, according to the Palestinian Ministry of Health.
The Shujaya neighbourhood, one of the oldest and largest neighborhoods of Gaza City, is located to the east of the city, and is divided into two parts: Shujaya North (new) and Shujaya old (Turkmen). It covers an area of approximately 15 square kilometres and is inhabited by around 150,000 people. The first week of July, 2014, Israel began an offensive on Gaza which it calls “Operation Protective Edge”, which was expanded to include a ground assault accompanied by attacks by air and sea.
10 more Israeli soldiers killed east of Shujaiyya
On Monday July 28, 2014, at least 10 more Israeli soldiers have been killed in a fighting with Palestinian resistance fighters as the Israeli onslaught on the besieged Gaza Strip lingers on. Al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas, said in a statement which was issued on Monday that Palestinian resistance fighters killed the Israeli soldiers east of Shujaiyya. The military wing of Hamas further noted that its fighters infiltrated “behind enemy lines” and killed the soldiers.
The Israeli army also issued a statement following the incident, saying Hamas fighters infiltrated into Israel through a tunnel and opened fire on Israeli soldiers. Elsewhere, in the city of Eshkol, at least four Israelis were killed and nearly a dozen others injured after Palestinian rockets hit the city. The Israeli army has confirmed the casualties, which brings to over 50, the total number of Israelis killed since the beginning of the war on Gaza. Over 140 other soldiers were also wounded. Palestinian fighters, however, say they have killed over a hundred Israeli troopers alone.
Meanwhile, Palestinian rockets targeted several other Israeli cities including Be’er Sheva, Ofakim, Haifa and Ashkelon. Resistance brigades also fired over 200 rockets on the Nahal Oz region in the Negev desert.
Since July 8, Israeli warplanes have been pounding numerous sites in the Gaza Strip, demolishing houses and burying families in the rubble. Israeli tanks also began a ground offensive against the impoverished Palestinian land on July 17.
Palestinian medics say more than 1,080 Palestinians have been killed so far in the Israeli attacks and nearly 6,500 others injured. Top Hamas leader in Gaza Ismail Haniyeh has said the besieged Gaza Strip will become “a graveyard for Israeli soldiers” who are committing crimes against the Palestinians. (HSH)