Israel Bombs Refugee Camp, Streets Near Hospitals, Mosque

Israel should change its national motto to “We’re Going to Bomb Your Hospital.”

This has just gotten to be too much.

It is funny though, isn’t it? Jews are just so cartoonishly evil.

There is a “damn bro” level of awe at the fact that they are continuing to kill innocent people on purpose in front of the whole world.

The Guardian:

The blockaded Gaza Strip has been hit by one of the deadliest nights of Israeli bombing so far in the new war against the Palestinian militant group Hamas.

At least 400 Palestinians were killed in Gaza in the last 24 hours, according to the Hamas-run health ministry, and 70 were killed overnight on Sunday in bombardments of the densely populated Jabalia refugee camp and streets close to two hospitals in Gaza City.

New high score???

(It’s actually not, lol.)

Gaza’s health authority has said at least 5,087 people have been killed in Israel’s two-week bombardment – many of them women and children. The conflict broke out after Hamas militants attacked southern Israeli communities on 7 October, killing 1,400 people and taking 222 into Gaza as hostages.

How many of them were “Hamas fighters”?

The actual number is “zero.” Hamas fighters are in the tunnels.

Jews have been slaughtering helpless civilians for more than two weeks – right in front of the whole world.

Early on Monday, the Israeli military said it had hit more than 320 “military targets” in the last 24 hours, and that ground forces had conducted “limited raids” to kill gunmen and search for hostages.

I don’t believe that happened.

Hamas said the day before that it destroyed an Israeli tank and two armoured bulldozers inside the territory, which it has ruled since 2007.

Mahmoud Basal, a spokesperson for the strip’s civil defence unit, told the independent Palestinian media organisation Wattan that rescue operations were becoming more difficult because of the scale of destruction and impeded access. “Our crews are recovering victims in the form of body parts, and the chances of recovering survivors are diminishing,” he said.


Lots of body parts in that rubble!

Democracy at work, folks.

Israel is the only democracy in Palestine, after all.

The intensified airstrikes come amid reports that on Sunday the US had pressed Israel to delay its expected ground assault on Gaza to allow time for the release of more hostages believed to be held in the exclave, and the delivery of more aid to Palestinians.

A second aid convoy, of 14 trucks, entered Gaza through the Rafah crossing with Egypt late on Sunday – a welcome development for the 2.3 million people who are trapped and running out of food and clean water – with a third arriving on Monday.

This is not even enough to cover one half of one percent of the needs for 1 day.

The UN has said the volume of aid that has entered Gaza so far is just 4% of the daily average before the hostilities, and a fraction of what is needed, as medicines and fuel run out and the healthcare system verges on collapse.

Yeah, and before that, they had clean water and their own food.

It’s a joke.

Though it could be the beginning of more supplies.

The fact that the Jews are allowing anything at all, shows they are giving up.

The EU foreign policy chief, Josep Borrell, on Monday urged faster aid deliveries to Gaza, and said the bloc was debating calling for a “humanitarian pause” in the conflict.

In a statement released on Sunday, the leaders of the US, Canada, France, Germany, Italy and Britain urged Israel to adhere to international humanitarian law and protect civilians, while underscoring their support for Israel and its right to defend itself – calls that come amid growing fears that the war could balloon into a wider Middle East conflict.

The US secretary of state, Antony Blinken, and the defence secretary, Lloyd Austin, said the US expected the conflict to escalate through the involvement of proxies of Iran. Washington has dispatched a significant amount of naval power to the Middle East, including two aircraft carriers, support ships and about 2,000 marines, to help deter attacks by Iran-affiliated forces.

It will escalate – though I think there will be some lag.

I still think that most likely, they are going to cool it off, and do the hostage exchange.

The Palestinian Hamas leader, Ismail Haniyeh, and the Iranian foreign minister, Hossein Amirabdollahian, talked by phone on Sunday about how to stop Israel’s “brutal crimes” in Gaza, Hamas said in a statement.

Israeli aircraft struck two cells of the Iran-backed Hezbollah group in Lebanon early on Monday, the Israel Defence Forces said. With violence around its heavily guarded borders increasing, Israel on Sunday added 14 communities close to Lebanon and Syria to its evacuation contingency plan in the north of the country.

It’s probably not really smart to be promoting Hezbollah.

All my love to Hamas, but Hezbollah makes Hamas look like kids’ stuff.

These are very serious people.