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The massacre of protesters in Gaza

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Remember us, we are not statistics, we are people – members of families who have been sacrificed to Zionist ambition for daring to protest. Here are our names:

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Remember us, we are not statistics, we are people – members of families who have been sacrificed to Zionist ambition for daring to protest. Here are our names:

1. Azzeddin Musa Mohammed Al-Sammak, (aged 14 years)
2. Wesaal Fadel Izzat Sheikh Khalil (aged 15 year)
3. Ahmad Adel Mousa Al-Sha er (aged 16 years)
4. Said Mohammed Abu al-Khair (aged 16 years)
5. Ibrahim Ahmed Zarqa (aged 18 years old)
6. Emad Ali Sadeq Al-Sheikh (aged 19 years)
7. Ziad Mohammed Hassan Omar, (aged 19 years)
8. Mu tasim Fawzi Abu Luli (aged 20 years)
9. Anas Hamdan Salem Qudeih (aged 21 years)
10. Mohammed Abdel-Salam Haraz (aged 21)
11. Yehia Ismail Ragab Al-Dakour aged 22 years)
12. Mustafa Mohamed Samir Mahmoud El Masry (aged 22)
13. Azzedine Nahed Al-Aweiti (aged 23 years)
14. Mahmoud Mustafa Ahmed Assaf (aged 23 years)
15. Ahmed Fayez Harb Shehada (aged 23 years)
16. Ahmad Awadallah (aged 24 years)
17. Khalil Ismail Khalil Mansour (aged 25 years)
18. Mohammed Ashraf Abu Stah (aged 26 years)
19. Bilal Ahmed Abu Daqqa, (aged 26 years)
20. Ahmed Majid Qassem Attallah (aged 27 years)
21. Mahmoud Rabah Abu Muammar (aged 28 years)

22. Mus ab Yousef Abu Lailiya (aged 28 years)
23. Ahmad Fawzi al-Tatar (aged 28 years)
24. Mohammed Abdulrahman Mekdad (aged 28 years)
25. Obayda Salem Farhan (aged 30 years)
26. Jihad Mufeed Al-Farra (aged 30 years)
27. Fadi Hassan Abu Salmi (aged 30 years)
28- MotaazBassam Kamel al-Nuno ( aged 31 years)
29. Mohammed Riyad Abdel Rahman Al-Amoudi (aged 31 years)
30.Jihad Mohammed Osman Musa (aged 31 years)
31. Shaher Mahmoud Mohammed Al-Madhoun, (aged 32 years)
32. Musa Jaber Abdel Salam Abu Hassanein (aged 35 years)
33. Mohammed Mahmoud Abdel-Moati Abdel-Al al (aged 39 years)
34. Ahmed Mohammed Ibrahim Hamdan (aged 27 years)
35. Ismail Khalil Ramadan Al Dahouk (aged 30 years)
36. Ahmed Mahmoud Mohammed Rantisi (aged 27 years)
37. Anwar Ahmed Al-Khatib, (aged 28 years)
38. Mahmoud Yahya Abdel Wahab Hussein (aged 24 years)
39. Ahmed Abdullah Al-Adini (aged 30 years)
40. Saadi Saeed Fahmi Abu Salah (aged 16 years)
41. Ahmed Zuhair Hamed Al Shawa (aged 24 years)
42. Mohammed Hani Hani Al-Najjar (aged 33 years)
43. Fadel Mohamed Atta Habashi (aged 34 years)
43. Fadel Mohamed Atta Habashi (aged 34 years)
44. Layal Anwar (8-month-old infant).
45. Talal Adel Ibrahim Matar (aged 16 years)
46.Mohammed Samir Dweidar (aged 27 years.
47.Mokhtar Kamel Salem Abu Khamash (aged 23 years)
48. Abdel-Salam Yusef Abdel-Wahab (aged 39 years)
49. Ali Mohammad Ahmad Khafaj’a (aged 21 years)
50. Mahmoud Saber Hamad Abu Ta’miya (aged 23 years)
51. Kamal Jihad Kamal Imhana (aged 19 years)
52. Mohammad Hussein Mustafa Al-Abdelat (aged 25 years)
53. Mahmoud Suliman Ibrahim Aqel (aged 32 years)
54.Ahmad Salem Aliyan Al-Jarf (aged 26 years)
55. Sa’di Saeed Fihmi Abu Salah (aged 16 years)
56. Abdel-Rahman Sami Abu Matar (aged 18 years)
57. Alaa Anwar Ahmad Al-Khatib (aged 28 years)
58. Mahmoud Wael Mahmoud Jindiya (aged 21 years)
59. Musa Jaber Abu Hassanien (aged 35 years)
60. Omar Jum’a Abu Al-Ful (aged 30 years)
61. An unidentified resident.

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Leslie Bravery

Leslie Bravery is a Londoner with vivid World War Two memories of the Nazi blitz on his home town. In 1947/1948 His father explained to him what was happening to the Palestinians thus: “Any ideology or political movement that creates refugees in the process of realising its ambitions must be inhuman and should be opposed and condemned as unacceptable.” What followed confirmed this assessment of the Zionist entity a hundredfold. Now a retired flamenco guitarist, with a lifelong interest in the tragedy of what happened to the Palestinian people, he tries to publicise their plight. Because the daily injustices they suffer barely get a mention in the mainstream news media, Leslie edits/compiles a daily newsletter, In Occupied Palestine, for the Palestine Human Rights Campaign. These days, to preserve his sanity, he enjoys taking part in a drama group whenever possible!


  1. Marc says:

    The Zionist’s view of the ‘Gaza situation’, believe it or not:

    “Israel should be paying Arab families $100,000 each to leave the Gaza Strip and move to a different country, Moshe Feiglin proposed Monday in a controversial post on his personal Facebook page.

    Feiglin suggested the idea as his own opinion and not that of his Likud party or the government that it leads. He has presented such ideas in the past and they have not been adopted by other politicians.

    He renewed the call Monday following Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s vow in Sunday’s cabinet meeting to compensate Jewish families from the communities surrounding the Gaza Strip who have left their homes.

    “The cost of a bomb to destroy a building in Gaza costs Israel $80,000,” Feiglin wrote. “If Israel would give that money to the Gazan family living in the building in order to help them to emigrate, they would do so willingly.”

    Feiglin called for destroying the Hamas, conquering Gaza, and turning it into a flourishing Jewish region. He noted that Gaza was a Jewish city during Biblical times.

    “The Arabs living in Gaza will have two choices,” he wrote. “They could continue to perpetuate their refugee status in Gaza, as is the situation today, or take $100,000 to emigrate to a different country.””

    That may be the view by one outspoken Likud member, but many others may hesitate to say it, but think the same.

    The Grand Plan is to create Greater Israel, look it up on Wikipedia or so, and that means, the full seizure of all of Gaza, the West Bank, and if possible even parts of Jordan, Lebanon and the Sinai.

    For the stone throwers in the recent unrests, they accuse them of being manipulated by Hamas, used as ‘terrorists’, some in wheel chairs, I suppose.

  2. God, so many so young…

    This will be a stain on Israel’s history for a long time.

    • Alan says:

      History is written by the victors. The backers of the current Israeli regime have this as a stated goal. The real issue is water. Much of the land occupied has access to water. That is why the ‘protection barrier’ often carves out Palestinian agricultural land. The stolen land can be irrigated with the stolen water. A two state solution is no longer viable. That collective suicide is considered a viable alternative shows the desperation of the Palestinian people. This is a stain on the entire world.

  3. Heather says:

    Turns out the poor baby was not killed by Israel. Will you correct the list? And will you state that most of these people are Hamas or Islamic Jihad members?

    • ” And will you state that most of these people are Hamas or Islamic Jihad members?”

      Nope. Not until you provide firm evidence that they are Islamic Jihad members. (Hamas was democratically elected. Sucks to be Israeli aggressors when oppressing democratically elected government. Or a Zionist sychophant that supports brutality.)

      Until you show a modicum of empathy to the Palestinians in Gaza; state your opposition to the colonisation of the West Bank by Israel; and demand that Israel give up it’s weapons of mass destruction – your moral highground is as ‘solid’ as the Red Zone in Christchurch.

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