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Christian Science Monitor asks, ‘Why do Israeli settlements expand during peace talks?’

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Why do Israeli settlements expand during peace talks? is an impressive 10 page series of info-graphics published by The Christian Science Monitor. While they never actually answer the question why Israel settlements expand more during peace talks, the series walks the viewer, step by step, through Israel’s settlement expansion during Oslo, Camp David, Sharm el Sheikh, Annapolis, right up to present day…and then some. We’ve compiled just a few from the series here and recommend checking out the rest. Impressive and disturbing.

See the entire series here.

(Hat tip Karen Platt)

Update: Original post featured CSM graphics that the newspaper regards as proprietary. Please go to the link to see them.

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  1. Citizen
    Citizen
    October 20, 2013, 3:37 pm

    Because the US allows them to expand and de facto funds them, all the while declaring an official policy they are a major impediment to peace negotiations, if not illegal, which they actually are under international law, and under former US official policy.

    • October 23, 2013, 1:56 pm

      it’s their sociopathic way of shovin it in our face! it’s their arrogant way of saying nobody can tell them what to do!
      jewish israel has simply gotten too big for their britches, they’ve had so much remarkable success ordering US what to do they think they’re unstoppable.
      as the old saying goes”power corrupts…”
      in case someone has just flown in from mars or jupiter, i think it’s pretty clear that their psychotic arrogance absolutely refuses to let them rationally negotiate over anything which will lead to military confrontation and world catastrophe.
      i’m not a religious man but i think it’s amazing how close Revelations in the Bible seems to be actually playing out in real time!

  2. HarryLaw
    HarryLaw
    October 20, 2013, 3:46 pm

    22 years ago Yitzhak Shamir wanted barren negotiations to continue for 10 years, to the frustration of James Baker, nothing has changed, the Israeli Government are taking the Palestinians for a ride, their philosophy is [and it never seems to fail with Abbas and Erekat] never give a sucker an even break, the latest news according to Maariv newspaper is that the two sides fundamentally disagree over borders. The Israelis are offering to lease the Jordan Valley to the Palestinian Authority over a period of decades, and the Palestinians are rejecting the indeterminate proposal. I always thought only the owners of property had the option to lease it out, but there you have it the Israelis are offering to lease the land back to its true owners, unbelievable.

  3. just
    just
    October 20, 2013, 4:09 pm

    Nice to see that they got around to asking the question.

    Gideon Levy goes one better in a column today in response to the screed of Minister of Strategic and Intelligence Affairs Yuval Steinitz, published in the NYT:

    “Paper can suffer anything, even that used for printing the New York Times. For all that, you must agree that this marks another record in Israeli chutzpah: A representative of the “culture of peace” excoriating Palestinian incitement. That has always served as the last refuge of Israeli refusal.

    Well, Israeli incitement is far worse than that of the Palestinians. It’s not only the late rabbi or other rabbis who incite; not only Beitar Jerusalem supporters, price tag perpetrators and daubers of “Death to the Arabs” graffiti on every signpost. The real Israeli incitement is that which slips off the tongue easily, camouflaged, covert and brainwashed.

    When Steinitz compares the Geneva talks of 2013 with the Munich talks of 1938, he is effectively comparing Rohani with Hitler. That’s not incitement? When he talks about sanctifying terrorists, is he talking about Palestine or Israel? Which one sanctifies its past and present terrorists more? Where are there more memorials to the fallen? Which one educates more toward hatred, arrogance and racism?

    You want an example of camouflaged incitement, the type that slips off the tongue every evening? Television presenter Danny Kushmaro went to the Jordan Valley to follow the murder of Seraiah Ofer on the “Friday Studio” newscast, and what did we get? In the Jordan Valley there are only “inhabitants” whose lives the Palestinian thieves make a misery, those wretched victims. One of them said that “90 percent of the hatred in the world is by the Muslims.”

    That is not incitement by any means. In Kushmaro’s Jordan Valley there are not lots of Palestinians, whose land was confiscated and freedom trampled. He simply did not see them, therefore they do not exist. That’s not incitement?

    The real incitement is denial of the Nakba; the real incitement is demonization and dehumanization of the Palestinians; the real incitement is the militarism, victimization and arrogance of the “Chosen People,” including Holocaust studies for six-year-olds that is designed to give the impression that the whole world is against us.

    The real incitement is that which will never acknowledge the context and motive behind Palestinian hatred. They don’t need lessons in school in order to hate Israelis – it’s enough for them to wake up terrified in the middle of the night to see soldiers brutally intrude their homes, bully their parents and degrade them in front of their eyes. Those are their real inciters. ”

    http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/.premium-1.553332

  4. seafoid
    seafoid
    October 20, 2013, 4:22 pm

    Why do Israeli settlements expand during peace talks?’

    Why does a dog lick its bollocks? Because it feels “chosen by God”™ ? Or because it can?

  5. James Canning
    James Canning
    October 20, 2013, 5:23 pm

    Bravo, Christian Science Monitor. To what extent do Aipac stooges in the US Congress encourage Israel to grow the illegal colonies in the West Bank, at times of “peace talks”?

  6. Cliff
    Cliff
    October 20, 2013, 5:28 pm

    Colonies keep expanding because the Israelis are full of crap and simply want the land.

    Israel killed more people in 2.5 weeks than ALL SUICIDE ATTACKS did in 30 years.

    Israel and it’s legions of hasbarats are delusional liars. They are only concerned about what non-Jewish Americans think. They are only concerned with controlling people’s minds re: this issue.

    They know Zionism is bullshit and requires an industry of LIES to sustain and without the US, Israel would disintegrate.

  7. Kathleen
    Kathleen
    October 20, 2013, 7:11 pm

    Power packed. Going to look at everything.
    Annie wondering if you, Phil would be willing to do a post on the BDS of Colorado’s counter conference to the Jewish National Fund’s conference. We will be protesting outside of Governor Hickenlooper’s home on Friday. Rabbi Weiss will be speaking at a Mosque in Denver on Thursday evening. Here is the schedule

    Special alert to folks in the Denver region concerned about this issue
    http://www.coloradobdscampaign.org/

  8. Denis
    Denis
    October 20, 2013, 7:32 pm

    It is good to see the attempt to put this tragedy in pictures, even if the data are a bit twisted. Some thoughts.

    1. Line graph of slide 2 shows an amazingly constant rate of increase in WB settlers over 20 years of 12,000/yr. But note it stops at about 340,000 and the total for E.J’salem and WB is given in slide 1 as 550,000. That means 210,000 settlers in E.J’salem. Wow. Wonder what that graph looks like.

    2. How could anyone look at that first graphic and disagree with the Iranian “anti-Semites” who refer to Israel as a cancer?

    3. I’m not sure Intifada II was b/c Camp David broke down. I thought it was more Sharon storming the Temple Mount w/ a bunch of IDF hoons.

    4. Slide 9. Huh? Bibi froze settlements for 10 months in 2010 and yet 2010 saw a 4.9% increase. Does that mean settlements increased 4.9% in two months? And they call this Hillary’s “settlement freeze.” And then another 4.5% in 2011. Yeah, Hil. That was a tremendous job. Obviously another “Who cares?” situation.

    5. The bar graphs are a bit screwed. 2006 is in two graphs. 1997 and 2002 are not shown at all. 2008 is represented both as a red year and a blue one. Obviously, it can’t be both. If we put 2008 in the red category and ignore 1997 and 2002, then the average annual WB settlement increase for “peace years” is 6.6% and for “not peace” years 4.8%. Sounds like a sound argument for Intifada III to me.

    6. Interestingly, if you average just the US presidential election years, you get a higher figure than even “peace years” – 6.8% – which has to tell ya’ somethin’.

    7. As far as averages for individual administrations go, here is a nose-count of new settlers per administration. (Multiply these figures by 2 to get the annual increase in the number of vicious i-Jew-boots on the ground making life miserable for Palestinians, minus of course the odd amputee.) :

    Obama 50,000 over 4 yrs = 12,500/yr
    Bush 110,000 over 8 yrs = 13,750/yr
    Clinton 80,000 over 8 yrs = 10,000/yr

    Now who woulda’ guessed that the settler rate would be highest for the greatest neocon president since Harry Truman? The Palestinians can thank Scalia & Co. for that. Would be interesting to know if these figures correlate with AIPAC contributions to each campaign, as in how many AIPAC dollars per settler increase.

    • Ludwig
      Ludwig
      October 20, 2013, 11:21 pm

      Denis, your comparison with Israel and “cancer” is completely out of line in any sensible discourse. I eschew that comment.

      • talknic
        talknic
        October 21, 2013, 3:15 am

        @ Ludwig ” your comparison with Israel and “cancer” is completely out of line in any sensible discourse.”

        Look at a map http://talknic.files.wordpress.com/2009/09/by1949.gif

      • Ecru
        Ecru
        October 21, 2013, 11:07 am

        @ Ludwig

        Denis, your comparison with Israel and “cancer” is completely out of line in any sensible discourse.

        Why? It certainly seems to have grown like a tumour.

      • Denis
        Denis
        October 21, 2013, 7:20 pm

        @Ludwig: “cancer” is completely out of line in any sensible discourse.

        How could I? Lost control, I guess.

        Looking at that CSM map again and they way all those settlement bits are spread out all through the body of the West Bank, I see what you mean. Completely out of line.

        “Metastatic cancer” pretty well nails it, ‘tho. And the thing with metastatic cancer: the prognosis is never good — for the patient or the cancer. In the end they both die.

      • talknic
        talknic
        October 21, 2013, 9:42 pm
      • Ludwig
        Ludwig
        October 23, 2013, 4:31 pm

        So Arab building can also look like cancer if you draw it that way. So can the entire human race. But no, it’s only Jewish settlement which is the cancer to you. It’s wrong and dehumanizing and I won’t have it! How dare you.

  9. Ludwig
    Ludwig
    October 20, 2013, 8:18 pm

    This seems to me the only tangible and positive benefit Israel has from so called “peace talks”

    • just
      just
      October 20, 2013, 8:39 pm

      huh?

    • Woody Tanaka
      Woody Tanaka
      October 20, 2013, 9:05 pm

      You’re disgusting, Earwig. Your statement is no different than a rapist bragging about his crime.

      • just
        just
        October 20, 2013, 10:06 pm

        All the while, the “rapist” is planning more crimes.

      • Ludwig
        Ludwig
        October 20, 2013, 10:24 pm

        I suppose you say “rapist” in some allegorical sense? I have not heard any reports of IDF solier’s raping Arabs. Have you? If not, please explain your “rapist” comment.

      • talknic
        talknic
        October 21, 2013, 3:18 am

        @ Ludwig “please explain your “rapist” comment.”

        Intelligent help must be hard to come by at Hasbara central

      • Taxi
        Taxi
        October 21, 2013, 7:52 am

        Ludwig,

        Deary, there IS such a thing as israeli soldiers raping Palestinian women.

        “TABOO: MARTIAL RAPE IN ISRAEL AND THE OCCUPIED TERRITORIES”:
        http://repository.library.georgetown.edu/bitstream/handle/10822/553603/warrenMeghan.pdf?sequence=1

      • Woody Tanaka
        Woody Tanaka
        October 21, 2013, 8:40 am

        As it happens, Earwig, the i”d”f terror forces have gotten religious permission to rape.
        http://972mag.com/idf-colonel-rabbi-implies-rape-is-permitted-in-war/

        But, as anyone with a smattering of wits could tell, the rapes I was referencing where rhetorical.

      • amigo
        amigo
        October 21, 2013, 10:25 am

        “I suppose you say “rapist” in some allegorical sense? I have not heard any reports of IDF solier’s raping Arabs. Have you? ”

        Not that I believe they never did, but thats no thanks to one of your Rabbis.

        “As in war the prohibition against risking your life is broken for the benefit of others, so are the prohibitions against immorality and of kashrut. Wine touched by gentiles, consumption of which is prohibited in peacetime, is allowed at war, to maintain the good spirit of the warriors. Consumption of prohibited foods is permitted at war (and some say, even when kosher food is available), to maintain the fitness of the warriors, even though they are prohibited during peacetime. Just so, war removes some of the prohibitions on sexual relations (gilui arayot in the original – YZG), and even though fraternizing with a gentile woman is a very serious matter, it was permitted during wartime (under the specific terms) out of understanding for the hardship endured by the warriors. And since the success of the whole at war is our goal, the Torah permitted the individual to satisfy the evil urge (yetzer ha’ra in the original -YZG), under the conditions mentioned, for the purpose of the success of the whole.”

        Follow the link for more.

        http://972mag.com/idf-colonel-rabbi-implies-rape-is-permitted-in-war/

        Nice guys you look up to, eh ludwig.

      • eljay
        eljay
        October 21, 2013, 10:33 am

        >> This seems to me the only tangible and positive benefit Israel has from so called “peace talks”

        Nothing says “Supremacist Jews care about peace” like keeping everything they’ve stolen and colonized while they continue to steal and colonize more.

        And then they’ll moan and wail about how everyone – including the Palestinians they’ve oppressed terrorized, robbed, ethnically cleansed, tortured and/or killed – irrationally and anti-Semitically hates them. :-(

      • Ludwig
        Ludwig
        October 21, 2013, 12:52 pm

        Taxi,

        That link you sent was about how the IDF does NOT rape women. I think you are confused.

      • Ludwig
        Ludwig
        October 21, 2013, 1:00 pm

        Amigo,

        I really don’t see anything wrong with the paragraph you quoted. So soldiers get some special dispensation in a hypothetical biblical war. That’s fine by me.

      • talknic
        talknic
        October 21, 2013, 1:25 pm

        @Ludwig “That link you sent was about how the IDF does NOT rape women. “

        The paper reads like a Hasbara whitewash and; it is only a thesis in partial fulfillment of the requirements for a degree

        From the link – “Historian Benny Morris found records for at least a dozen rapes of Palestinian women by Israeli forces in 1948, and he suggested that many more unreported cases might have occurred”

      • Taxi
        Taxi
        October 21, 2013, 1:36 pm

        What a pompous, deluded git you are, Ludwig.

        Clearly, you didn’t read or like the 66 pages in the first link – especially the part where the author puts forth the hypothesis that the low numbers of israeli soldiers raping Palestinian women is due to israeli latent racism. Never mind! Here’s a quick quote by your uncle Benny (Morris) being interviewed by Ari Shavit:

        Ari Shavit: “According to your new findings, how many cases of Israeli rape
        were there in 1948”?

        Benny: “About a dozen. In Acre four soldiers raped a girl and murdered her and her father. In Jaffa, soldiers of the Kiryati Brigade raped one girl and tried to rape several more. At Hunin, which is in the Galilee, two girls were raped and then murdered. There were one or two cases of rape at Tantura, south of Haifa. There was one case of rape at Qula, in the center of the country. At the village of Abu Shusha, near Kibbutz Gezer [in the Ramla area] there were four female prisoners, one of whom was raped a number of times. And there were other cases. Usually more than one soldier was involved. Usually there were one or two Palestinian girls. In a large proportion of the
        cases the event ended with murder. Because neither the victims nor the rapists liked to report these events, we have to assume that the dozen cases of rape that were reported, which I found,are not the whole story. They are just the tip of the iceberg.”

      • Taxi
        Taxi
        October 21, 2013, 2:12 pm

        Here’s the link to the Benny Morris interview and quote:
        http://www.palestine-studies.org/files/correct_BM.pdf

      • talknic
        talknic
        October 22, 2013, 6:35 am

        @ Ludwig “So soldiers get some special dispensation in a hypothetical biblical war.”

        Problem….. The same dispensation is afforded in real war http://mondoweiss.net/2012/03/wrong-planet.html

      • Ludwig
        Ludwig
        October 22, 2013, 1:26 pm

        Taxi,

        Do you really dare to suggest that the IDF are racist for NOT raping Arab women? That is a new low. Shame on you.

      • Taxi
        Taxi
        October 23, 2013, 6:19 am

        Ludwig,

        I don’t buy your indignant bimbo act. You know damn well that if you’d read the link, you’d find the author is commenting on it, not me – I merely brought it to your attention. Frankly, for me to think about the idf is disgusting enough, let alone thinking about their johnnies and how much their “latent racism” colors their sexual preferences. So stfu on that front – take it to the author!

        Nothing is lower that your utter support of Cast Lead, where some 352 children (R.I.P.) were brutally slaughtered inside of 3 weeks, some with israeli-fired white phosphorous. Here’s a list of their names, for your pleasure, of course:

        April 14, 2010
        Operation Cast Lead: 352 children killed

        DCI-Palestine confirms the deaths of 352 children (names below) as a direct result of Israel’s military offensive “Operation Cast Lead” in the Gaza Strip between 27 December 2008 and 18 January 2009.

        Furthermore, DCI-Palestine confirms the deaths of five children caused indirectly by Operation Cast Lead: one baby born prematurely during a raid and unable to survive for long; three children killed by unexploded ordnance on 23 January; and one child who had undergone heart surgery a week before the offensive, was of weak constitution, and died in June unable to overcome health complications resulting from inhalation of white phosphorous fumes during Operation Cast Lead.

        Jawaher Anwar Khalil Ba’lousha (4), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Dena Anwar Khalil Ba’lousha (7), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Samar Anwar Khalil Ba’lousha (12), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ekram Anwar Khalil Ba’lousha (13), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Tahreer Anwar Khalil Ba’lousha (17), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Sedqi Zeyad Mahmoud al-‘Absi (4), Yebna Camp, RAFAH
        Mohammad Zeyad Mahmoud al-‘Absi (13) Yebna Camp, RAFAH
        Ahmad Zeyad Mahmoud al-‘Absi (12), Yebna Camp, RAFAH
        Ebtihal Abdallah Tawfiq Keshko (7), Gaza City, GAZA
        Yasmin Wa’el Dhaban (16), Gaza City, GAZA
        Hanin Wa’el Dhaban (15), Gaza City, GAZA
        Mustafa Khader Saber Abu Ghanima (16), Gaza city, GAZA
        Mohammad Basel Mahmoud Madi (17), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Lama Talal Shehda Hamdan (4), Beit Hanoun city, NORTH GAZA
        Ismail Talal Shehda Hamdan (9), Beit Hanoun city, NORTH GAZA
        Haia Talal Shehda Hamdan (12), Beit Hanoun city, NORTH GAZA
        Abed Rabbo Iyad Abed Rabbo al-Astal (8), al-Qarara, KHAN YUNIS
        Mohammad Iyad Abed Rabbo al-Astal (11), al-Qarara, KHAN YUNIS
        Abed as-Sattar Waleed Abed al-Raheem al-Astal (11), al-Qarara, KHAN YUNIS
        Yousif Abed Hasan Barbakh (14), al-Shawkeh village, Rafah, RAFAH
        Musa Yousif Hasan Barbakh (16), al-Shawkeh village, Rafah, RAFAH
        Marwan Hasan Abed al-Ma’thoun Qdaih (4), al-Qdaihat, ‘Abasan, KHAN YUNIS
        Mohammad Hussam Elaian (17), as-Sawarhi neighbourhood, CENTRAL GAZA
        Azza Salah al-Samouni (2), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Helmi Talal al-Samouni (5 months), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Al-Mo’tasem Bellah Mohammad Ibrahim al-Samouni (1), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Akram Abu-Daqa (14), Abassan al-Kabira, KHAN YUNIS
        Ibrahim Akram Abu-Daqa (15), Abassan al-Kabira, KHAN YUNIS
        Tawfeeq Khaled Ismail al-Kahlout (11), Sheikh Zayed City, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Habeeb Khaled Ismail al-Kahlout (13), Sheikh Zayed City, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Khaled Ismail al-Kahlout (14), Sheikh Zayed, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Shaban Adel Hamed Hanif (16), Gaza City, GAZA
        Ismail abu-Snima (14), al-Shawkeh village, Rafah, RAFAH
        Hani Mohammad Mousa al-Silawi (6), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Hasan Naseem Amer Hejjo (15), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Mousa Ismail al-Silawi (11), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Lina Abed al-Meni’m Nafez Hasan (9),al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Basem Ahmad Shaqoura (8), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Bilal Hamza Ali Obaid (17), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Nour Mo’in Shafeeq Deeb (3), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Aseel Mo’in Shafeeq Deeb (9), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Esam Sameer Shafeeq Deeb (13), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mustafa Mo’in Shafeeq Deeb (13), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Mo’in Shafeeq Deeb (16), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Abdullah Mohammad Shafiq Abdullah (10), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mahmoud Khaled ‘Elaian al-Mashharawi (14), al-Remal, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ahmad Khader Diab Sbaih (17), al-Remal, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ismail Adnan Hasan Hawila (16), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Bayan Khaled Ibrahim Khleif (12), Mashrou Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Bara Iyad Sameeh Shalha (6), Mashrou Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Osama Said Mohammad Lubbad (17), Mashrou Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Ibrahim Suliman Mohammad Baraka (11), Bani Suhaila, KHAN YUNIS
        Bashar Samir Mousa Naji (13), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ahmad al-Samouni (4), Gaza City, GAZA
        Maryam Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (9), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Aya Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (11), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Zainab Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (8), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Reem Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (4), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Aysha Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (2), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ghassan Nizar Abed al-QaderRayyan (16), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Abed al-Qader Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (11), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Abed al-Rahman Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (5), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Osama iben Zaid Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (2), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Aya Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (1), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Halima Nizar Abed al-Qader Rayyan (4), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ahmad Asad Deeb Tbail (15), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Moaz Yaser Abed Abu Tair (6), ‘Abasan, KHAN YUNIS
        Rajeh Nahed Rajeh Zeyadeh (17), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Tareq Yaser Mohammad Afani (16), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA Rafeeq Abed al-Baset Saleh al-Khudari (16), al-Remal, Gaza City, GAZAAmjad Majdi Ahmad al-Bayed (15), al-Remal, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abed al-Rahman Jaballah (13), Sekka St, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mahmoud Mohammad Mahmoud Jaballah (13), Sekka St, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Nabeel Mahmoud Mohammad Abu T’aimeh (16), Abasan, KHAN YUNIS
        Qasem Tal’at Jameel Abed an-Nabi (6), al-Falouja, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Basem Tal’at Jameel Abed an-Nabi (11), al-Falouja, Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Osama Khaled Hussein Abu Rjaileh (16), Rumeida, Bani Shaila, KHAN YUNIS
        Mahmoud Mohammad Khamees Abu Qamar (14), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Jameel Abdullah Qdaih (14), Khuza’a village, KHAN YUNIS
        Mamdouh Msa’ed Mohammad Qdaih (17), Khuza’a village, KHAN YUNIS
        Mohammad Atta Hassan Azzam (13), al-Meghraqa town, GAZA
        Hasan Atta Hassan Azzam (1), al-Meghraqa town, GAZA
        Ezz al-Dein Adel Khaled al-Fara (13), Al Qarara, KHAN YUNIS
        Mohammad Maher Sayah Abu Sweireh (16), as-Sawarhi, CENTRAL GAZA
        Tamer Hassan Ali al-Akhras (5), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abed al-Karim Zeiad al-Nemer (13), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Suhair Zeiad al-Nemer (17), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Shahad Mohammad Hejji (3), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Fatima Ra’d Zaki Jadallah (10), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Samir Hejji (14), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abdullah Nasser Abdullah al- Sdouri (6), an-Nusairat camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Ahmad Osama Mohammad Qurtom (6), al-Ghafri, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ismail Mohamad Ibrahim al-Samouni (15), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ishaq Mohamad Ibrahim al-Samouni (13), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Zakaria Hamed Khamis al-Samouni (7), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Huda Na’el Fares al-Samouni (16), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Walid Rashad Helmi al-Samouni (16), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Rezqa Wa’el Fares al-Samouni (14), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Fares Wa’el Fares al-Samouni (12), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abdullah Jehad Hosain Judeh (15), Sheikh Radwan neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mustafa Rashad Fadel al- Khaldi (17), Sheikh Radwan neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mahmoud Zaki Issa Hmaid (17) , Sheikh Radwan neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ali Musa Sameer al-Qatnani (15), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Ibrahim Ahmad Hassan Ma’rouf (14), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Abed al-Rahman Mohammad Ghaben (14), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Haitham Yaser Yousif Ma’rouf (10), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Maha Yaser Yousif Ma’rouf (15), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Fatima Mohammad Rushdi Ma’rouf (14), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Khawla Ahmad Ramadan Ghaben (14), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Sahar Ahmad Ramadan Ghaben (16), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Farid al-Ma’sawabi (15), Sheikh Radwan neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Noor Ezz al-din Mohammad Musa (15), as-Sabra neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Oyoun Jihad Yousif an-Nasleh (15), an-Nada towers, Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Almoe’z Ledeenillah Jihad Yousif an-Nasleh (2), an-Nada towers, NORTH GAZA
        Iyad Nabeel Abed al-Rahman Saleh (16), al-‘Awda, Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Hamzi Zuhair Rizq Tanteesh (11), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mahmoud Zaher Rizq Tanteesh (17), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Thaer Shaker Qarmout (16), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ahed Eyad Quddas (13), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Husam Rae’d Sobuh (11), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Rola Fayez Nour Salha (1), Mashrou Beit Lahiya, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Baha’ al-Deen Fayez Nour Salha (4), Mashrou Beit Lahiya, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Rana Fayez Nour Salha (11), Mashrou Beit Lahiya, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Deia’ al-Deen Fayez Nour Salha (13), Mashrou Beit Lahiya, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Areej ‘Ata Hasan Ermailat (2 months), Sheikh Zayed city, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
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        Sabreen ‘Ata Hasan Ermailat (15), Sheikh Zayed city, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Ahmad Salameh Abu Aitah (15), al-Hawa, Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Anwar Salman Abu Aitah (6), al-Hawa, Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Malak Salameh Abu Aitah (2), al-Hawa, Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ayat Kamal al-Bana (11), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        ‘Arafat Mohammad ‘Arafat Abed ad-Dayem (12), Izbet Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Islam Jaber ‘Arafat Abed ad-Dayem (16), Izbet Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Khaled Sami al-Astal (11), as-Satr al-Gharbi neighbourhood, KHAN YUNIS
        Ali Kamal al-Nader (10), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Amer Kamal al-Nader (15), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Aicha Ibrahim an-Najjar (3), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Hamada Ibrahim Ali Mesbeh (15), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Adam Ma’moun al-Kurdi (3), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Emad Mohammad Abu Askar (13), al-Fakhoura, Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Imad Nabil Abu Khater (14), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Wesam Akram Eid (13), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Rajab al-Awadi (16), Gaza City, GAZA
        Mos’ab Subhi Modad (16), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ismat Fathi al-Qarm (15), Gaza City, GAZA
        Ala Fathi al-Qarm (13), Gaza City, GAZA
        Nabeel Kamal Mohammad Mekhraq (17), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Feras Fayez Kamel Abu Samra (17), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abed al-Jalil al-Halis (8), ash-Shate’a camp, Gaza City, GAZA
        Raneen Abdallah Saleh (11), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Abdullah Mohammad Abed al-Juju (16), Tel al-Hawa, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abed al-Hakem Khader al-Sultan (14), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Faraj Hassouneh (15), at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ezz al-Deen Isa Abed al-Hadi al-Batran (3), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Belal Isa Abed al-Hadi al-Batran (6), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Ehsan Isa Abed al-Hadi al-Batran (10), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Iman Isa Abed al-Hadi al-Batran (10), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Islam Isa Abed al-Hadi al-Batran (14), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Mohammad Atef Abu al-Hasna (12), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Aya Ezz al-Din Abu al-Aish (13), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Mayar Ezz al-Din Abu al-Aish (14), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Nour Shehab al-Din Abu al-Aish (16), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA Luai Yahia Salman Abu Halima (17), as-Seefa, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Deia’ al-Din Aref Abu Khabiza (14), an-Nusairat Camp, CENTRAL GAZA Mohammad Abdallah Abu E’taiwi (17), an-Nusairat camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Bilal Mohammad al-Ashkar (5), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Shihda al-Ashkar (3), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Kamelia Ra’fat al-Bardini (13), Deir Al Balah, CENTRAL GAZA
        Ezz ad-Deen Ali al-Bars (16), an-Nusairat Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Farah Ammar al- Hilou (1), az-Zeitoun neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Naji Nedal al-Hamlawi (15), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Ayat Yousef al-Defda’ (12), at-Tuffah neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Zakaria Yahia al-Taweel (4), an-Nusairat Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Rakan Mohammad al-Err (4), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Feda’ Mohammad al-Err (17), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZ
        Ibrahim Mohammad al-Err(11), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Rawan an-Najjar (6), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Ala’ Ahmad Jaber (11), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Majed Ali Hussein (16), an-Nasr, Gaza City, GAZA
        Thaer Suhail Ali Hussein (17), an-Nasr, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ghanima Sultan Fawzi Halawi (10), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Mosa’ab Abed al-Mohsen Ali Khader (13), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Ahmad Shaher Khdair (12), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Sahar Hatem Dawoud (16), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Adham Na’im Mohammad Abed al-Malek (16), at-Twam, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mahmoud Nabil Ghabayen (13), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Nada Radwan Mardi (5), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Suad Khaled Abed Rabbu (9), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Amal Khaled Abed Rabbu (2) , Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Khalil Mohammad Halas (15), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Asma’ Ibrahim Afani (12), az-Zeitun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Odai Rajab Mansi (6), Deir Al Balah, CENTRAL GAZA
        Mohammad Jaber Hweij (17), at-Tuffah , Gaza City, GAZA
        Sharif Abed al-Mo’ti Ermailat (15), al-Shawkeh village, Rafah, RAFAH
        Mahmoud Sami Asaliya (2), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Wadee’a Omar (2), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Weam Jamal al-Kafarneh (3), Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Jaber Mohammad ‘Elaian (15), Aslan, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Omniya Nafez al-Helou (13), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Ahmad Reiad as-Senwar (3), az-Zahra, Gaza City, GAZA
        Amer Ibrahim Khalil Ba’lousha (9), Zahra’, CENTRAL GAZA
        Shahd S’adallah Matar Abu Halima (1), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Hamza S’adallah Matar Abu Halima (7), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Zaid S’adallah Matar Abu Halima (13), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Abd al-Rahim S’adallah Matar Abu Halima (13), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Matar S’ad Matar Abu Halima (17), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Hikmat Abu Halima (16), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Hammam Mohammad al-Khudri (16), Gaza City, GAZA
        Sameer Mohammad Kamel Mqat (17), at-Tuffah , Gaza City, GAZA
        Shaima’ Adel al-Jadba (8), az-Zarqa neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Nassar Mohammad Ibrahim al-Samouni (5), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Hosam Mohammad Esleem (7), al-Ghafri, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ahmad Mohammad Esleem (13), al-Ghafri, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mahmoud Salah al-Ghoul (17), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Majed Ka’bar (16), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA Mahmoud Jamal Hasan Mohammadain (16), ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ali Kamal Badawi Khader (13) at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZA
        Khalil Mohammad Musa Bhar (12), ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Jihad Sameer Fayez Erhayem (8), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Hanady Basem Kamel Khalifa (12), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mo’men Mahmoud Talal E’law (10), at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ahmad Sameeh Ahmad al-Kafarneh (17), Beit Hanoun City, NORTH GAZA
        Angham Ra’fat al-Masri (10), Beit Hanoun City, NORTH GAZA
        Aseel Muneer Matar al-Kafarneh (1), al-Amal, Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Nareman Ahmad Abed al-Kareem Abu Odeh (15), al-Amal, Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Samed Mahfouz Abed Rabbo (16), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Ahmad Fawaz Ahmad Saleh (4), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Fawzeya Fawaz Ahmad Saleh (3), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Yasmin Adel al-Jadba (14), az-Zarqa neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abed al-Hameed Jamal Khaled as-Sawi (14), at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZA
        Islam Odeh Abu Amsha (11), ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ahmad Jaber Hweij (6), at-Tuffah , Gaza City, GAZA
        Yousif Mohammad Fuad Ahmad Farahti (16), ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Majdi Nahed Harb Esleem Lebsous (14), ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Medhat Harb Esleem Lebsous (10), ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Jehan Sami Sa’di al-Helou (16), al-Remal, Gaza City, GAZA
        Aya Osama Nayef al-Sersawi (5), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Nadia Mesbah Salem Sa’d (12), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ahmad Abed Ali Bannar (17), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Samer Mohammad Abu Asser (17), ash-Shujaeya neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ismail Haidar ‘Elaiwah (6), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Lana Haidar Ismail ‘Elaiwah (9), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Moamen Haidar Ismail ‘Elaiwah (12), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Moatasem Haidar Ismail ‘Elaiwah (13), Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Radwan Mohammad Ashour (11), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abed al-Rahman Mohammad Ashour (10), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Yahia Ibrahim Farouq al-Hayek (11), Tel al-Hawa, Gaza City, GAZA
        Fadlallah Emad al-Najjar (1), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ghaida’ Amer Rizq Abu Aisha (7), an-Nasr, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Amer Rizq Abu Aisha (9), an-Nasr, Gaza City, GAZA
        Sayed Amer Rizq Abu Aisha (11), an-Nasr, Gaza City, GAZA
        Yousif Saed al-Kahlout (17), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Shadi Yousef Ghaben (13), al-Amal, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Yahia Said al-Baba (11), al-Manshiya, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Nash’at Raed al-Feeri (11), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Basma Yaser al-Jalawi (5), Beit Hanoun, NORTH GAZA
        Anwar Marwan Fayeq Shehadah (13), Leghbari, Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Eyad Taher Shehadah (16), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Shahad Hussein Nazmi Sultan (6), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ahmad Ibrahim Abu Qlaiq (17), Um an-Nasr, Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Ibrahim Mostafa Fraih Sa’id (17), Gaza City, GAZA
        Salsabil Ramez Fayez ad-Dayah (4 months), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Iyad Fayez ad-Dayah (7 months), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Bara Ramez Fayez ad-Dayah (1), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Rab’a Iyad Fayez ad-Dayah (2), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Yousif Mohammad Fayez ad-Dayah (2), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Areej Mohammad Fayez ad-Dayah (3), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Sharaf ad-Din Iyad Fayez ad-Dayah (4), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Qamar Mohammad Fayez ad-Dayah (5), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ala Iyad Fayez ad-Dayah (6), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Amani Mohammad Fayez ad-Dayah (6), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Khetam Iyad Fayez ad-Dayah (8), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ali Iyad Fayez ad-Dayah (10), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Tamer Omar Ismail al-Louh (17), Gaza City, GAZA
        Jihad Rashad Sha’ban Daloul (15), Gaza City, GAZA
        Ruba Mohammad Fadel Abu Ras (13), Gaza City, GAZA
        Shatha al-Abed Mohammad al-Habbash (10), at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZA
        Isra’ Qusai Mohammad al-Habbash (12), at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZA
        Atteiah Rushdi Khalil al-Khouli (15), Gaza City, GAZA
        Fares Tala’at Asa’ad Hamouda (2), Tal al-Hawa, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Nader Khalil Abu Sha’ban (16), Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Tala’at Asa’ad Hamouda (15), Tal al-Hawa, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mahmoud Ahmad Fares Juha (16), Gaza City, GAZA
        Mustafa Mohammad Naser al-Ashi (17), as-Sudaniya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Hala Essam Ahmad al-Munai’e (8 months), Tal al-Hawa, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Salam Awad Terfawi (4), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Hathem al-Kahlout (17), Jabalia camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ibrahim Kamal Subhi Awaja (8), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Amaal Najib Mohammad ‘Aloush (12) Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Ala’ Khaled Khalil an-Najjar (15), Khuza’a village, KHAN YUNIS
        Nader Bassam Ibrahim Qadourah (16), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Ibrahim Abed al-Rahim Rajab Suliman (17), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA Mamdouh Walid Asad Shhaiber (17), Gaza City, GAZA
        Moneer Sami Ameen Shhaibar (15), as-Sabra, Gaza City, GAZA
        Tasnim Yaser Jaber al-Rafati (1), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Hadeel Jabr Diab al-Rafati (8), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Wesam Ibrahim Mosbah Nabhan (16), Jabalia City, NORTH GAZA
        Belal Jamal Ismail Abu ‘Awwad (17) Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Issa Mohammad Jaber Abu Eidah (15), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Ibrahim Mo’in al-Abed Joha (14), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad as-Sayed Mohammad Akela (7), an-Nasr, Gaza City, GAZA
        Jihad Kamal Hasan Ahmad (17), al-Baidar, Gaza City, GAZA
        Sondos Sa’id Hasan Abu Sultan (3), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Yousef Awni Abed al-Rahim al-Jaru (1), as-Sabra, Gaza City, GAZA
        Hashem Awni Abed al-Fattah Jadou’ (17), as-Sabra, Gaza City, GAZA
        Hanin Fadel Mohammad al-Batran (8), Jabalia, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Maher Ahmad az-Zainati (16), al-Karama neighbourhood, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad ‘Ala al-Din Falah al-Sawaferi (14), Gaza City, GAZA
        Mahmoud Majed Mahmoud Abu Nahla (16), Rafah City, RAFAH
        Ahmad Rasmi Mohammad Abu Jazar (16), Rafah City, RAFAH
        Sabreen Mohammad Azara Abu Samah (17), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        ’Aaed Emad Jamal Khera (14) ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ramadan Ali Mohammad Felfel (15), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Hasan Ratib Mohammad Sam’an (17)
        Abdullah Mohammad Hamdan Abu Rok (16), Khuza’a village, KHAN YUNIS
        Zeyad Mohammad Abu-Snima (9), an-Nasr, RAFAH
        Ibrahim Mohammad Shorab (17), Khan Yunis, SOUTH GAZA
        Alsayed Jawad Mohammad as-Seksek (15) at-Twam, NORTH GAZA
        Abdullah Mu’ataz al-Dahnoun (7), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Ibrahim Rawhi Mohammad Aqel (16), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA
        Anas Aref Aref Barakeh (7), Abu al-Ajeen, Deir al-Balah, CENTRAL GAZA Mohannad Amer Khalil al-Jadili (7), al-Bureij Camp, CENTRAL GAZA Mahmoud Khader Mohammad Abu-Kamil (13), al-Meghraqa, Central Gaza
        Kareem Misbah Mohammad Abu-Sido (15), at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZ
        Ismail Hussein Yaseen (17), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ahmad Fawzi Hassan Labad (17), Gaza City, GAZA
        Sahar Ali Esleem (15), al-Ghafri, Gaza City, GAZA
        Abdallah Nabil Sh’aban Esleem (16), al-Ghafri, Gaza City, GAZA
        Deema Said Ahmad al-Rehel (5), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Akram Mohammad Meqdad (17), ash-Shatea Camp, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mohammad Maher Nemer Badawi (17), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Sojoud Hamdi Juma’a ad-Dardasawi (13), ash-Shujaeya, Gaza City, GAZA
        Suhaib Mohammad Ibrahim al-Qaran (15), Az Zawayda, CENTRAL GAZA
        Widad Mohammad Ibrahim al-Qaran (16), Az Zawayda, CENTRAL GAZA
        Baha’ Muayyad Kamal Abu Wadi (7), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Ala’ ‘Odai Salameh al-Haddad (13),Tal al-Hawa neighbourhood, Gaza city, GAZA
        Emad Maher Saleh Farwaneh (17), Gaza city, GAZA
        Mohammad Khader Abed Rajab (16), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA
        Tamer Riyad Ibrahim Faza’ (17), Gaza City, GAZA
        Issa Mohammad Eyada Ermailat (11), Rafah, SOUTH GAZA
        Abed al-Rahman Ahmad Abedallah Haboush (4), at-Tuffah, Gaza city, GAZA
        Omar Mahmoud Ahmad Elbaradei (11) ad-Dahdouh, GAZA CITY
        Omar Mahmoud Ramadan al-Marnakh (17), At-Twam neighbourhood, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Younis Naseer Abu Jame’a (17), az-Zaneh, Bani Shaila, KHAN YUNIS
        Mohammad Ismail Abed Abu Daqqa (17), Bani Shaila, KHAN YUNIS
        Abed al-Rahman Ahmad Abed Rubo al- Atawneh (15), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Omar Khader Mohammad Jumaa (17), Beit Lahiya, NORTH GAZA
        Mohammad Taysir Mohammad Zamlat (10), Jabalia Camp, NORTH GAZA
        Fathiya Ayman Saleem ad-Dabari (3 months), ash-Shuhada’ village, Rafah City, RAFAH
        Sa’eb Nafez Sha’ban al- Bahteeti (17), at-Tuffah, Gaza City, GAZA
        Mustafa Nehad Taleb Abu Sido (11 months), at-Tuffah, GAZA
        Nancy Said Mohammad Waked (5 months), az-Zeitoun, Gaza City, GAZA

        http://www.dci-pal.org/english/display.cfm?CategoryId=1&DocId=917

        * * * * *

        There, Ludwig.

        Hey did you mange to count the babies on this list whose age is measured in months, not years? Go on, do it – something to ‘occupy’ yourself with while you reconsider your earlier statement of Cast Lead being a “successful operation” for the idf.

        What Cast Lead actually did was slaughter some 1,387 Palestinians, 773 of them were unarmed civilians.
        http://www.ynetnews.com/articles/0,7340,L-3774217,00.html

        Doing the maths here: out of 773 civilian death, 352 were children – that’s almost half. To me this accurate count tells me that the idf have a specific policy to target Palestinian children with lethal weaponry. If this isn’t covert genocide, I don’t know what is. Or should we call it ‘soft’ genocide? So as not to upset the squeamish zio liberals out there (you know how ‘sensitive’ they are).

        What Cast Lead actually ended up achieving is the official and globally recognized Goldstone Report, plus copious anger and hate towards israel from around the world. But zionists being righteous sadists, they probably enjoy this hate coming at them. It supports their self-induced fear and paranoia, after all – their besieged ghetto mentality that they cling to for dear life.

        Ludwig, I really don’t enjoy anything about you, but truth be told, I’m very fond of your middle eastern name.

      • Ludwig
        Ludwig
        October 23, 2013, 4:35 pm

        Hamas is fully responsible for any underage deaths and collateral damage that occurred because of the war they started by firing rockets on civilians. Then again I didn’t see you complain when pregnant Tali Hatuel and her four daughters were brutally murdered. How about when you guys denied “palestinian” responsibility for the murder of the Fogel family? You said it was probably an asian worker. But you were wrong. So wrong. Double standards with such a thing as the death of a child is beyond reprehensible.

      • Taxi
        Taxi
        October 24, 2013, 10:41 am

        So Hamas is responsible for Israel killing Palestinian children with missiles and White Phosphorous? Yeaaaah rrrrright uhuh, of course, they are. But aren’t you so angry, Ludwig, so raging at the Palestinians for MAKING YOU KILL PALESTINIAN CHILDREN? Uhuh, poor, poor victim you.

        I wager that your favorite fascist ogre must be Golda Meir eh: “”We will never forgive you for making us kill your sons” – Golda Meir to Palestinian victims of the Nakba.

        What despicable sick effs you both are!

  10. Bandolero
    Bandolero
    October 21, 2013, 5:01 am

    I count the minutes until ADL is releasing a statement denouncing the stark “anti-semitism” by CSM shown here, effectively denying “The Jewish People” it’s “legitimate and undeniable righ”t on the land of “Eretz Israel” and falsely portraying “the jews” as greedy land-grabbers.

    And then, when ADL made it clear to everyone, that even in America there is a huge new wave of “anti-semitism” on the way, I wait for Netanyahu to release a statement that only Israel can protect “the jews” from this existial threat and he, Netanyahu, therefore – in anticipation for the jews coming to seek refugee in Israel due to the new wave of anti-semitism in the world – gave out an order to speed up contruction of homes for jews “returning home” in Judea and Samaria.

    An even quicker reaction denouncing the “anti-semitism” of CSM and the gross “injustice” done to “the Jewish people” by CSM with this ugly propaganda piece I expect to see from under cover hasbara agents in social networks paid by Israel.

  11. alan
    alan
    October 21, 2013, 6:16 am

    I’ve emailed the CSM congratulating them on this infographic but quibbling with the text on frame 8, ‘Annapolis’, which propagates the hasbara line on the reason for Israel’s attack on the Gaza Strip at the end of 2008.

    • Ludwig
      Ludwig
      October 21, 2013, 1:49 pm

      alan,

      as much as you would like to whitewash terrorist rocket fire on civilians, that was the one and only cause of Cast Lead, which was a successful operation.

      • Bandolero
        Bandolero
        October 21, 2013, 5:14 pm

        I would say it this way: Cast Lead was Zionist terrorist rocket fire on civilians in Gaza which caused about 1400 people their lifes.

        This “operation” was tragic, but the support it had in “Israel” was successful in revealing that “Israel” is run by state terrorists.

      • just
        just
        October 21, 2013, 7:37 pm

        It’s very revealing to find that you found Cast Lead to have been a “successful operation”.

        Revealing and disgusting.

      • Cliff
        Cliff
        October 21, 2013, 8:25 pm

        Cast Lead was the real terrorism, Ludwig. You monsters killed hundreds of innocent civilians.

      • talknic
        talknic
        October 21, 2013, 9:22 pm

        Ludwig “as much as you would like to whitewash terrorist rocket fire on civilians”

        As much as you’d like to promote every incident as being purposefully aimed at citizens, the IDF Memorial site tells a different story. Furthermore there is collateral on both sides of a war.

        “that was the one and only cause of Cast Lead”

        Strange the IDF seemed quite capable of hitting suspected launch sites and/or militants and/or suspected militants without a full scale invasion before and after Cast Lead.

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