David Banda

Video: Hamas Terrorist Tactics

This video explains the background to Operation Cast Lead, specifically the terrorist tactics that Hamas employs. It shows how Hamas smuggles in weaponry in order to arm itself and how it employs the civilian population and infastructure in order to carry out terrorist attacks against Israel. Hamas’ use of human shields during Operation Cast Lead caused many civilian casualties.

 

Meet Naim the Medic

Naim the MedicMeet “Naim the Medic“, he was killed while helping wounded as the evil fascist Israelis invaded Gaza.

This poor innocent medic was caught up in the war and was one of the many innocents killed by the evil fascist regime controlling rightful Palesttinian lands.

Of course this is all bullshit along with many other of the Hamas stories to emerge from the Gaza war.

This photo of “Naim the Medic” is from a Hamas website.Ye, that’s him with the AK in his hands. Funny sort of first aid dispensing device those hamas folk carry.

The IDF has been identifying the dead in an effort to counter the assertions of the international media and hamas that of teh 1200 killed more than 895 were civilians. In fact in identifying the killed it seems like the civilian death toll is less than a third of that number.

The simple fact is Hamas are liars.

Hamas Childrens Programme: I declare war on the Zionists

Hamas indoctrinates young “Palestinian” children through its childrens tv shows. They have a new character. He is a a bear named Nassour, and appeared Friday on Hamas TV promising to be a Jihad fighter, declaring war on the Zionists.

 

 

Hamas called out by Amnesty International

Hamas must have really over-stepped the mark because radical Israeli-haters Amnesty International, the organisation lefties love to quote has come out condemning Hamas.

No really, it has;

(CNN) — Amnesty International has accused Hamas militants in Gaza of kidnapping, killing and torturing fellow Palestinians they accuse of spying for Israel, the organization announced Tuesday.
Hamas supporters stand on the rubble of a building hit by an Israeli strike that killed Hamas’ interior minister.

According to Amnesty International, at least 24 Palestinian men — most of them civilians — were shot and killed by Hamas gunmen during the recent Israeli offensive aimed at crippling the Hamas leadership in Gaza.

“Scores of others have been shot in the legs, kneecapped or inflicted with other injuries intended to cause permanent disability,” the human rights organization said in a news release.

Hamas leaders have publicly accused followers of its rival Palestinian political faction, Fatah, of spying for the Israelis during the conflict, and they have said many have been arrested for collaborating with the Jewish state. But they deny ordering any reprisal attacks against suspected spies, instead blaming rogue elements.

 

Hamas emails Israelis

Hamas’ military wing al-Qassam has sent out thousands of emails to israelis threatening Jihad.

 “More than 1330 of Islamist fighters had entered Palestine,” said a threatening email received by many Israelis on Thursday night. The message warned that several prominent people would be abducted and killed. “This is jihad, victory or martyrdom,” it concluded.

The message was sent in English, Arabic and Hebrew from an email account registered on Google’s Gmail service, which enables any person to open an account for free without requiring identification.

 The exact number of people who received the message is unclear at the moment. It is also unknown whether the email was only sent to Israelis or to a wider variety of people.

Many of those who received the message said it had been sent to their private email addresses which are unknown to external sources.

Surfers reported of additional message which arrived in their mailboxes on Friday morning, expanding the text included in the original message and offering them to join the organization as spies. Some of the emails included shocking images and links to YouTube videos.

The additional emails were titled “The End of Israel“, and were sent by a person calling himself “Youth of Islam” from the address i.am.hitler2099.

“The interesting thing is that I’m indeed an Israeli, but I live in New York. The email was sent to my hotmail account registered in California,” said Ron from New York.

Might I suggest that it will be matyrdom they will receive. So Israel txts people in Gaza to warn them of impending strikes so they can save lives and Hamas emails Israelis warning them of death and jihad. Yet another contrast for the leftist to try to explain.

 

UN retracts claim that Gaza school bombed

The United Nations has retracted a claim that an Israeli strike which killed more than 40 people in northern Gaza city of Jabaliya last month hit a school run by a UN agency.

Whoopsy, big porkies.

“The humanitarian coordinator would like to clarify that the shelling, and all of the fatalities, took place outside rather than inside the school,” the UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in its latest weekly update on the situation in Gaza.

I wonder if all these photos of blood spattered walls inside the school are in fact real? Will they be retracted?

Hamas seizes UN food aid and blankets

Those nice, cuddly Arabs also known as Hamas aren’t so nice or cuddly.

The UN Relief and Works Agency said that armed police who answer to Gaza’s Islamist rulers stormed into the building on Tuesday night and removed 3,500 blankets and over 400 food parcels destined for distribution to 500 families.

“They were armed, they seized this, they took it by force,” said Christopher Gunness, the agency’s spokesman, adding that the confiscation of humanitarian aid was “absolutely unacceptable”.

He said that the police had seized the aid after UNRWA officials refused to voluntarily hand it over to the Hamas-run ministry of social affairs.

I bet Christopher Gunness now regrets being a patsy for Hamas during Operation Cast Lead by accusing Israel of all sorts of atrocities they didn’t commit.

Hamas continues to break the ceasefire

Why is it that only Israel has to accept a ceasefire?

The IDF reports today that more than 30 Qassam rockets, mortar shells, and Grad missiles have been fired at Israel since the ceasefire began. they say that Israel will rataliate if it continues.

Where is the outrage from Bomber and other jihad-enablers over this constant breaching of the ceasefire?

IDF txts Palestinians to evacuate immediately

After a day of breaches of the ceasefire by Hama where more than 15 rockets were launched at Israel it appears that Israel is set to strike again at the slow learners of Hamas.

The helpfully also sent text messages to warn residents of impending strikes against Hamas tunnels and operations.

Haaretz says they were voice messages.

Palestinians in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah on Sunday reported receiving recorded phone messages warning those who live near weapons tunnels or storage facilities to evacuate their homes at once.

“Everybody who is near any place used for terror or weapon storage facility or tunnels, should evacuate the area immediately,” the voice message warned, according to witnesses. Similar warnings have preceded Israeli attacks, but not in all cases.

It seems that Hamas are slow learners. Tzipi Livni is threatening that if Hamas hasn’t had enough, Israel will attack again. Clearly with the constant breaches of the ceasefire by Hamas they want more, bring it on I say.

The school that Israel didn't bomb

Remember the fuss the media and jihad-enabler like Bomber made about Israel shelling a UN school. Slight problem. They didn’t nor did they kill anyone at the school. The stories were all lies as you will see below.

From Andrew Bolt.  There is too much detail to edit this story. it is also too important not to tell it.

Every Israeli operation to defend itself has one. And the “bombed school” was the ”Jenin massacre” or the ”bombed ambulance” hoax of Israel’s operation this past month in Gaza.

In early January Israel was once again accused of a horrific war crime – an allegation that ran and ran. Some examples:

From Britain’s The Independent:

Massacre of innocents as UN school is shelled

From The Australian:

THE deaths of 42 people in an Israeli attack at a UN-run school in Gaza overnight has finally forced Barack Obama to break his silence over the conflict…

From The Age:

43 Palestinians in a UN school were killed by Israeli shelling

From Iran:

The UN High Commissioner for Rights has also called for independent investigations into possible war crimes after Israel’s shelling of a UN school compound which killed 42 people

From India:

Israeli tank shells killed more than 40 Palestinians on Tuesday at a UN school where civilians had taken shelter, in carnage likely to boost international pressure on Israel to halt a Gaza offensive.

The key ingredients in this latest “proof’’ of Israeli depravity: 43 dead, school attacked, sheltering civilians massacred. Oh, and with no good cause:

The United Nations on Wednesday denied Israeli army allegations that militants were inside a school in Gaza that was hit the previous day by an Israeli strike, killing at least 42 people.

Now for the facts of that January 6 mortar shelling of the Ibn Rushd Preparatory School for Boys, run by the United Nations Relief and Works Agency.

Yes, the 43 people are dead, and that is a tragedy, given many were undoubtedly innocent. But the rest of the allegations? False, false and false. Yet again the media has bought anti-Israeli propaganda, as a Toronto Globe and Mail investigation has found:


Physical evidence and interviews with several eyewitnesses, including a teacher who was in the schoolyard at the time of the shelling, make it clear: While a few people were injured from shrapnel landing inside the white-and-blue-walled UNRWA compound, no one in the compound was killed. The 43 people who died in the incident were all outside, on the street, where all three mortar shells landed….

While the killing of 43 civilians on the street may itself be grounds for investigation, it falls short of the act of shooting into a schoolyard crowded with refuge-seekers….
The teacher, who refused to give his name because he said UNRWA had told the staff not to talk to the news media, was adamant: “Inside [the compound] there were 12 injured, but there were no dead.”…

Hazem Balousha, who runs an auto-body shop across the road from the UNRWA school, was down the street, just out of range of the shrapnel, when the three shells hit. He showed a reporter where they landed: one to the right of his shop, one to the left, and one right in front.

UNRWA itself now openly concedes its school was not actually shelled:

John Ging, UNRWA’s operations director in Gaza, acknowledged in an interview this week that all three Israeli mortar shells landed outside the school and that “no one was killed in the school.” … The Israelis are the ones, he said, who got everyone thinking the deaths occurred inside the school.

“Look at my statements,” he said. “I never said anyone was killed in the school. Our officials never made any such allegation.”

But the Globe and Mail recalls an earlier Ging quote:

Speaking from Shifa Hospital in Gaza City as the bodies were being brought in that night, an emotional Mr. Ging did say: “Those in the school were all families seeking refuge. … There’s nowhere safe in Gaza.”

And a World Health Organization report:

On 6 January, 42 people were killed following an attack on a UNRWA school …

And a UN Office for the Co-ordination of Humanitarian Affairs weekly report:

Israeli shelling directly hit two UNRWA schools [including this one]…

So why did Israel lob those three mortar shells into the street outside the school? As Associated Press reported at the time:


In a statement, the Israeli army said an initial investigation found that “mortar shells were fired from within the school at IDF soldiers. The force responded with mortars at the source of fire. The Hamas cynically uses civilians as human shields.” The army said two Hamas militants — Imad Abu Askar and Hasan Abu Askar — were among the dead.

Two neighborhood residents confirmed the Israeli account, saying a group of militants fired mortars from a street near the school, then fled into a crowd of people in the streets. Israel then opened fire. The residents, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they feared for their safety, said the Abu Askar brothers were known low-level Hamas militants.

“Within” is not right, of course. But it seems the real story is that 43 people, including at least two Hamas militants, were killed when Israel returned fire from Hamas mortars launched from among a crowd in the street.

You might still not like what occured. But it is very, very different to what was so widely alleged, and far more forgivable.

And after the earlier evidence of the media repeating pro-Hamas propaganda and gross exaggerations of the death toll in Gaza, especially among civilians, we need to ask again: how much can we trust the coverage of journalists and welfare groups reporting from territory run by terrorists?