Wednesday, April 14, 2010


This is Khalil al-Mughrabi, an 11 year old Palestinian boy, who was killed in 2001, by shots fired by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF).

Khalil had been playing football with his friends.

He was shot in the head.

Ibrahim Kamel Abu Susin, 10, and Suleiman Turki Abu Rijal, 12, were also shot at the same time.

Anat Kamm, Israeli journalist.

In December 2009, Anat Kamm was secretly put under house arrest by Israel's Shin Bet secret service.

Allegedly she had blown the whistle on secret documents from the Israeli military (IDF).

Reportedly the documents showed that the Israeli military had defied a court ruling against assassinating people in the Palestinian territories.

The Paris-based Reporters Without Borders issued a statement saying that "censorship must not be used to prevent the Israel Defence Forces from being held responsible if they broke the law."

In Korea, US troops frequently shot innocent civilians. (BBC - History - World Wars: Kill 'em All'.) In 1950, up to 400 South Korean civilians gathered by a bridge were killed by US forces from the 7th Cavalry Regiment. Picasso represented this massacre in his painting above.

On 14 April 2010, at middle-east-online/, there is an article on the case of Anat Kamm which exposes the dark underbelly of Israel's security state

The Israeli state apparently wants Anat Kamm to serve a life sentence for passing secret documents to an Israeli reporter, Uri Blau, of the liberal Haaretz daily.

Blau himself is in hiding in London.

Anat Kamm's case was kept secret in Israel until foreign bloggers blew the whistle.

Kamm is said to have copied documents that showed law-breaking by the Israeli high command.

Blau published a series of scoops based on her leaked documents.

The documents revealed that:

1. The Israeli military had approved the targeting, during operations, of innocent Palestinian bystanders.

2. In violation of a commitment to the high court, the army had issued orders to execute 'wanted' Palestinians even if they could be safely apprehended.

3. The Israeli defence ministry had a compiled a secret report showing that the great majority of settlements in the West Bank were illegal even under Israeli law

(All are illegal in international law).

All the leaked documents were presented to, and approved by, the military censor for publication.

In the UK in 1972, the British military murdered thirteen UK civilians - an event now known as Bloody Sunday. (

In Israel, there is almost no public sympathy for Kamm or Blau. (case of Anat Kamm which exposes the dark underbelly of Israel's security state )

The pair are already being described, both by officials and in chat forums and talkback columns, as traitors who should be jailed, disappeared or executed for the crime of endangering the state.

Mordechai Vanunu exposed Israel's secret nuclear arsenal. Inside Israel, he is universally reviled to this day.

Azmi Bishara, formerly head of a leading Arab party in Israel, is today living in exile after the Shin Bet decided to put him on trial.

He wants Israel to be a 'state of all its citizens' rather than a Jewish state.

In 2001, an 11-year-old Palestinian boy, Khalil al-Mughrabi, who had been playing football, was murdered by the Israeli army. (case of Anat Kamm which exposes the dark underbelly of Israel's security state )

In 2003, Einat Ron, the chief military prosecutor, secretly proposed various fabrications to the army so that it could cover up the killing of Khalil al-Mughrabi.

Her role only came to light because a secret report into the boy’s death was mistakenly attached to the army’s letter to an Israeli human rights group.

Einat Ron has been promoted and has become a judge.

Another typical Israeli judge is Ze’ev Hammer, who has worked for both the Shin Bet and Mossad.

Things are little different in the USA and UK, where judges allegedly do the work of the spooks.

(JUDGES; TOTAL CONTEMPT / aangirfan: Lockerbie - who were the key players in the trial?)

Civilians shot dead by the military at Kent State university in the USA.


Sabretache said...


nobody said...

I wonder if any of these kids were taken away and then returned with their organs missing? Would anyone here be surprised if they weren't shot to order?

It's the standard technique of the masters of lies that sins are only ever confessed to in order to cover up far greater ones. Of course the lesser sins will be discussed as if they are very great. And to be really convincing a cover up of the lesser sins will be pursued with extreme diligence. This is not because they're a big deal but rather because far greater sins will become exposed in the process.

I reckon the sins of 'targeting civilians' and 'executing wanted Palestinians who could be apprehended' as condemnable as they are, sound like exactly such lesser sins.

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