Israeli Minister Calls Palestinians “Nazis” and Justifies The Gaza Massacre.

Several years ago I came across a saying that declared, “a Jew will poke you in the eye and then cry out in pain”. This article confirms that adage. (r. a. note)

Middle East Monitor             Wed., May 16, 2018

An Israeli government minister has justified the killings in Gaza by Israeli occupation forces by calling Palestinians “Nazis”.

Israel’s Minister of Strategic Affairs,  Gilad Erdan, (pic above) reacted to the rising death toll in Gaza by saying that the number of deaths “did not indicate anything” because Palestinian protestors were “terrorists” following the orders of a “Nazi” like organisation.

Erdan referred to Palestinians as “Nazis” during his Twitter outburst defending Israel’s brutal killing of Palestinians. At the time of writing, 61 Palestinians have been killed and nearly 3,000 have been injured. Erdan, however, was unmoved. Defending the Israeli massacre, the Likud minister said:

“Despite the number of dead, we need to remember and remind: We’re not speaking about demonstrations. We’re talking about terrorists of a terrorist organisation who endanger Israeli residents. All responsibility for the bloodshed lies with the leaders of Hamas, who, with Nazi anger, endlessly shed blood to erase from people’s memories their own failures in the management of the Gaza Strip. Here it is, the truth”

“Israel does not wish to escalate and doesn’t want the death of residents of the Gaza Strip,” Erdan continued. “Those who want this are solely the leadership of the Hamas terrorist organisation, which uses a cynical and malicious use of bloodshed. The number of killed doesn’t indicate anything – just as the number of Nazis who died in the world war doesn’t make Nazism something you can explain or understand.”

Erdan’s comments appear to echo remarks made yesterday by the Labour Friends of Israel. The pro-Israel lobby group came under sharp criticism for blaming Palestinians for their own death.


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Watch & Weep! US Ambassador To UN Blames Hamas And Iran For Israeli Slaughter Of 60 People In Gaza

Information Clearing House       Tues., May 15, 2018 

U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said Tuesday that Israel had acted with “restraint” in its deadly confrontation with Palestinians at the Gaza fence.

“Who among us would accept this type of activity on your border? No one would,” she said. “No country in this chamber would act with more restraint than Israel has.”

Lies, Hypocrisy and Outright Propaganda.

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US Media Whitewashes Gaza Massacre!

Source: Joe Lauria – Consortium News      Tues., May 15, 2018

As Israel killed more than 50 Palestinians in cold blood protesting the American embassy move on Monday, U.S. corporate media failed to accurately report what happened in Gaza, once again meekly protecting the government line, argues Joe Lauria.

Typical of the mindset of corporate media reporting on what happened in Gaza on Monday as Israeli soldiers killed more than 50 protesting Palestinians, is this tweet from CNN. It says: “Death toll rises to at least 52 people during clashes along the border fence between Israel and Gaza, Palestinian officials say. More than 2,400 people have been injured.” CNN’s new slogan is “#FactsFirst.”

Adam Johnson, who writes for the media watchdog Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting, responded to CNN with a tweet of his own:

“This one’s got it all:

‘death toll rises’ — no one was killed and no one specific party did the killing, the death toll just mysteriously ‘rises’
‘clashes’ — launders all power asymmetry (distorted and unbalanced)
‘2,400 people have been injured’ — all 2,400 are Palestinian but lets go with ‘people’.”

Craig Murray, a former British ambassador to Uzbekistan, said on his blog that he did a Google News search for the word “massacre” and found not one reference to Gaza.

A New York Times headline on Monday said: “Dozens of Palestinians have died in protests as the U.S. prepares to open its Jerusalem Embassy.” Journalist Glenn Greenwald responded: “Most western media outlets have become quite skilled – through years of practice – at writing headlines and describing Israeli massacres using the passive tense so as to hide the culprit. But the all-time champion has long been, and remains, the New York Times.#HaveDied.”

[Perhaps because of pressure from Greenwald and others, the Times on Monday night changed its headline to “Israel Kills Dozens at Gaza Border as U.S. Embassy Opens in Jerusalem.”]

Yet another CNN headline simply read: “Dozens die in Gaza.” Journalist Max Blumenthal responded: “Maybe they were old. Perhaps they were very sick. They just up and died! Who will solve the mystery behind these deaths?”

Blumenthal later offered a possible solution to the mystery: “According to the White House, Khhamas launched 41 protesters into unsuspecting Israeli bullets.”


Deflecting blame from Israel is one thing. But projecting it onto the victim is quite another. Israel’s UN Ambassador Danny Danon on Monday called for the U.N. Security Council to, “Condemn Hamas for their war crimes,” because “every casualty on the border is a direct victim of Hamas.”

That’s one way to wash the Israeli government’s (blood-soaked) hands of the matter. Especially if you fear Israel will be accused of war crimes itself for its actions on Monday. Danon mentioned “breaching the border.” But it is virtually impossible to get in or out of Gaza without Israeli permission. Burning kites lofted over the barrier that pens in nearly two million Gazans subject to an internationally unrecognized economic blockade, supposedly constitutes “breaching,” in Danon’s mind.

…the United States declared Jerusalem/Al Quds as the capital of Israel by moving its embassy there, rather than leaving its status to negotiation, people still trapped in Gaza protested at the gate fencing them in while Israeli military snipers picked off more than 50 of them and wounded thousands more for protesting their entrapment.

Danon’s position was callously promoted by the White House on Monday.

Unsurprisingly, Congress also lined up behind the Jewish State, mostly ignoring what went on in Gaza.

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US and Israeli Officials Smiling, Clapping Amid Gaza Bloodbath

Left: US and Israeli officials applaud during the opening of the new US embassy in Israel in Jerusalem, May 14, 2018. © Ronen Zvulun. Right: Palestinian demonstrators run for cover from Israeli fire and tear gas in the southern Gaza Strip, May 14, 2018. © Ibraheem Abu Mustafa / Reuters

RT        Mon., May 14, 2018

As American officials smiled and clapped at the opening of the new US embassy in Jerusalem, Palestinian protesters were gunned down by Israeli bullets at the Gaza border.
Twitter users were quick to point out the competing visuals and bad optics on a day when US officials were touting the opening of the new embassy as a “magnificent tribute to peace.”

Many users pointed out the images of White House Senior Advisor Jared Kushner and wife Ivanka Trump smiling and laughing at the opening of the embassy with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu while protesters, among them children, were shot dead in Gaza.

Others pointed out the hypocrisy of top US and Israeli officials rubbing shoulders and talking about peace as bullets rained down on protesters a mere 50 miles away.

Jamie Merrill
✔ @Jamie_Merrill
The split screen of Ivanka, Kushner and Netanyahu smiling as the Israeli army shoots scores of unarmed Palestinian protesters less than 50 miles away  10:02 AM – May 14, 2018

Eugene Gu, MD
✔ @eugenegu   Jared and Ivanka partying it up in Jerusalem while Israeli forces massacre Palestinians in Gaza is a level of depravity you can only find in the Trump and Netanyahu administrations.

Rana Ayyub
✔ @RanaAyyub    Watching Netanyahu’s speech being telecast globally, calling it a glorious and historical day while Gaza witnesses perhaps the worst bloodbath in years. Tyranny has a face.

✔ @Mark_Coughlan  There’s Jared Kushner, working hard to bring peace to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict presumably… at the opening of the US Embassy in the divided city of Jerusalem. 37 Palestinians dead today so far from Israeli sniper fire at protests against the embassy and #Gaza blockade.



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South Africa Withdraws Its Ambassador To Israel “effective immediately”.

Middle East Monitor        Mon., May 14, 2018

The South African government today condemned in the strongest terms possible the latest act of violent aggression carried out by the Israeli armed forces along the Gaza border, which has led to the deaths of 52 peaceful protesters against the provocative inauguration of the US embassy in Jerusalem.

A statement issued by the Department of International Relations and Cooperation said, “This latest attack has resulted in scores of other Palestinian citizens reported injured, and the wanton destruction of property.”

It added, “Given the indiscriminate and gravity of the latest Israeli attack, the South African government has taken a decision to recall Ambassador Sisa Ngombane (pic above) with immediate effect until further notice.

As we have stated previous, South Africa reiterates its view that the Israeli Defence Force must withdraw from the Gaza Strip and bring to an end the violent and destructive incursions into Palestinian territories. South Africa maintains further that the violence in the Gaza Strip will stand in the way of rebuilding Palestinian institutions and infrastructure.”

The government of South Africa further noted that routine actions of the Israeli armed forces present an obstacle to a permanent resolution to the conflict.

The statement concluded with a call from Pretoria “for an independent inquiry into the killings, with a view to holding to account those who are responsible.”


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‘Terrible Massacre’: Israel Kills 52, Injures 2,410 Gaza Protesters As US embassy Opens In Jerusalem

RT          Mon., May 14, 2018

Fifty-two Palestinian protesters have been killed by Israeli fire during demonstrations on the day of the US embassy’s inauguration in Jerusalem, the Palestinian health ministry said Monday.
More than 2,400 protesters have been injured in Gaza on what has been the most violent day of the six week long Great March of Return. Those wounded on Monday include 203 children and 78 women, according to the ministry.

The Palestinian government denounced Monday’s violence as a “terrible massacre” perpetrated “by the forces of the Israeli occupation”, and called for an immediate international intervention to prevent further deaths. A day of national mourning has been declared by the government in Ramallah, to be held Tuesday.

Around 35,000 protesters gathered at the border fence and thousands more within half a mile of the vicinity, according to Israeli Defence Forces.

Clashes have also reportedly broken out between protesters and the Israeli Defense Forces in Bethlehem.

The first of Monday’s deaths was 21-year-old Anas Hamdan Qudeih, killed east of Khan Yunis, a spokesperson for the ministry said. A 29-year-old man, Mosaab Yousef Ibrahim Abu Laila, was later killed east of Jabalya. Some of the dead have yet to be identified. Six children under the age of 18, including one girl, are among the fatalities.

Amnesty International has called the Israeli violence in Gaza “an abhorrent violation of international law & human rights.”

Around half of all injuries were caused by live bullets while hundreds more were targeted with teargas, according to the ministry. The Palestinian Health Ministry claims that Israeli forces are directly targeting emergency services and journalists and are calling on citizens to urgently donate blood to help save the lives of those wounded.

Six journalists have reportedly been injured while covering Monday’s demonstrations, according to the Journalist Support Committee.

The latest deaths bring the number killed since the Great March of Return protests began six weeks ago to 97.

Dr. Mkhaimer Abuseda, professor of political sciences at Alazhar University in Gaza, told RT that the relocation of the US embassy from Tel-Aviv to Jerusalem is “a very sad day for the Palestinians, reminding them of their first Nakba some 70 years ago.”

“It seems to me that the Palestinians have decided that the US is no longer an honest broker in the MidEast peace process between the Palestinians and Israelis,” he said, adding that it will likely lead to further Palestinian rage and resistance.

Scuffles have reportedly broken out outside the new US embassy in Jerusalem as the inauguration ceremony took place inside.

Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Bekir Bozdag has condemned Monday’s violence, claiming the US, as well as Israel, is responsible for the “massacre” because of their “unjust decision” to move the embassy.

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“Stop The Killing”! Anti-Israeli Rally In London         Sun., May 13, 2018

Protesters, wearing masks of May and US President Donald Trump, were chanting “Stand up for Gaza” and “Stop the Killing,” in front of Israel’s embassy on Friday.

Hundreds of people have gathered in front of Israel’s embassy in London to protest 70 years of the occupation of Palestinian territories by the Israeli regime, calling on the government of Prime Minister Theresa May to stand up for the Palestinians.

Holding Palestinian flags and banners, they were also chanting “Free Palestine,” “Freedom Now,” and “End Occupation.”

Lindsey German, an activist from Stop the War campaign told reporters that “all of us here in Britain have a duty to stand up for the Palestinians, particularly in light of the role of our government.”

Hugh Lanning, chair of the Palestine Solidarity Campaign, said the government of May needs to “stop making platitudes and to start taking sanctions against the Israeli government.”

Protesters were met by a small group of people carrying Israeli flags near the embassy in South Kensington High Street.

The rally was held ahead of the 70th anniversary of the Nakba Day (Day of the Catastrophe), which is officially marked every year on May 15, one day after the Israeli regime came into existence in 1948 and caused the displacement of some 750,000 Palestinians.

More than 7 million Palestinian refugees are currently living in exile, the countries; Jordan, Lebanon, Syria with many others being settled in refugee camps in the occupied West Bank and Gaza Strip.



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“Hell House”: Catholic Nuns Arrested For Torturing 60 Children In Columbia     By Niamh Harris       Sun., May 13, 2018

Two Catholic nuns have been arrested for torturing at least 60 children under their care at a home in Colombia.

It has been alleged all that the nuns burnt the children’s skin and shoved their faces in toilets at the home which has been nicknamed the hell house by neighbors and local media.

Newsweek reports: Sor Ines Perez and Rosa Elivra Trochez Joagui ran the Santa Clara Rebirth Home in the southwest Colombian city of Popayan. According to authorities, children in their care were repeatedly burned on their hands and had their heads shoved in toilets as a form of punishment.

Authorities began an investigation after neighbors heard the children screaming and called police, according to El Tiempo.

Both nuns have denied the charges of aggravated torture, with the alleged crimes dating between 2014 and 2017. The scores of children who lived at the home have all been relocated to other welfare sites, according to the country’s Office of Attorney General.

According to El Tiempo, the nuns’ organization had already been closed once before, but had been allowed to reopen.

In a statement to the paper, Perez said conditions at the home were exacerbated by the inadequate resources provided by the Colombian Institute of Family Well-Being (ICBF), a public youth welfare agency. The ICBF did not immediately return Newsweek’s request for comment.


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911: Only US and Israel Had The Means To Pull Off The Attack (2 min vid)

PRESS TV       Sun., May 13, 2018

Only the United States and Israel had the means to pull off an attack like the one that hit New York City on September 11, 2001, says an American scholar.

James Fetzer, a leading 9/11 researcher, told Press TV on Saturday that the growing cases of post-traumatic disorders reported among 9/11 survivors and first-responders give away the underlying secret.

On Thursday, the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund released new data that showed the organization has awarded $3.6 billion to date to Americans who have filed claims since the 9/11 attacks.

Those exposed to toxins and debris in Lower Manhattan are reporting “increasing numbers and types of illnesses,” the special master for the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund said.

Since its inception, the compensation fund has received 35,477 eligibility claims and awarded nearly $4 billion to some 14,000 responders and 5,000 more claims are under investigation. The fund will stop accepting submissions by December 2020.

“The latest report confirms research conducted by experts associated with scholars… that 9/11 carried out using a sophisticated arrangement of mini or micro nukes,” Fetzer suggested.

Citing his own research among the findings of other similar works on 9/11, Fetzer said “the medical anomalies are characteristics of those associated with exposure to ionizing radiation, including leukemia, multiple myeloma” and other diseases.

Talking about the possible perpetrators of the attack, the scholar said only the US and Israel had the ability to pull off an operation of this magnitude.

“Israel has a vast stockpile of undeclared weapons of mass destruction and where they have appeared to have refined hundreds of Davey Crockett tactical nuclear warheads in Israel and brought them back to the United States” to use on the Twin Towers, Fetzer argued.

The attacks killed nearly 3,000 people and caused about $10 billion worth of property and infrastructure damage.


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Sabbath Day Word: The Beast System Of Revelation – The 3 City States That Rule The World – (9min vid)

Sabbath Day (Ex.20: 8 -11)     by r. a.          Sat., May 12, 2017

The following scripts are from the book of Revelation in which three beasts are revealed – one from the sea and the other from the earth. The 3rd entity is an image of the first beast is revealed in (Rev.13: 14 -5). Many, including myself, believe this is the coming New World Order – a one world government which is presently being incrementally established.

Here are the bible texts from the Book of Revelation Chpt 13

And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy. (Rev.13: 1)

11 And I beheld another beast coming up out of the earth; and he had two horns like a lamb, and he spoke as a dragon.

12 And he exercises all the power of the first beast before him, and causes the earth and them which dwell therein to worship the first beast, whose deadly wound was healed. (Rev.13: 11 -12)

14…saying to them that dwell on the earth, that they should make an image to the beast, which had the wound by a sword, and did live.

15 And he had power to give life unto the image of the beast, that the image of the beast should both speak, and cause that as many as would not worship the image of the beast should be killed. (Rev.13: 14 -15)

The following 9 min vid is by Sagacious News Network. The 3 cities states are revealed and they are united in their power and authority. The vid is not very clear and sharp in definition, nonetheless, the info contained within will blow your mind, that is,  if you didn’t have prior knowledge of same.

All glory, honor and praise to the Creator-God, the great I AM, in Messiah’s name.
Peace, blessings and protection to all who love the truth and hate the lies and deceptions.


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