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Israel renewed violence on Palestinians – 63 anniversary of occupation

Israel renewed violence on Palestinians – 63 anniversary of occupation

Ramallah – PNN – Nakba protests commemoration is expected to take place all over the West Bank, Jerusalem, Gaza and worldwide countries.

In the West Bank at 12 midday sirens will be herd and people will stand one minute of silence, then protest will march from late Palestinian President Araft memorial to al-Manara square in Ramallah city center. 

Calls for people to gather at the Qalindyia checkpoint, separating Ramallah from Jerusalem was issued. Also protests are organized in East Jerusalem.

On Friday Israeli troops attacked a number of protests organized in several parts of east Jerusalem commemorating the 63 anniversary of the Nakba, the day Israel was created after killing hundreds of Palestinians and expelling 700,000 people from their homes.
Milad Ayiash, 16, was injured during Friday clashes, according to doctors at Makased hospital in Jerusalem the boy was shot in his abdomen and died on Saturday morning when two operations by doctors failed to save his life.

In Gaza two protests will be organized one central Gaza strip and the other in the south close to the Egyptian borders sources reported.

Israeli announced implemented a total siege on the West Bank and looked down Jerusalem. Sources talked about protests being organized by Palestinians inside Israel.

Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

A Palestinian holds up a symbolic key for refugees during clashes with Israeli soldiers, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians clash with Israeli soldiers on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Palestinians throw stones at Israeli soldiers, not seen, during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

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Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at stone throwing Palestinians during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers fire tear gas at stone throwing Palestinians during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers fire tear gas during clashes stone throwing Palestinians, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill | License Photo | Permalink

Israeli soldiers prepare for clashes with Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers prepare for clashes with Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers take position beside the Israeli separation wall at the Qalandiya Checkpoint, West Bank, as Palestinians protesters, not seen, march on “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill |

Palestinians commemorate the 63th anniversary of Catastrophe Day in Gaza
Palestinians commemorate the 63th anniversary of Catastrophe Day in Gaza

A Palestinian boy looks at past a mural depicting “Nakba” in Rafah in the southern Gaza Strip May 14, 2011. Palestinians will mark “Nakba” (Catastrophe) on May 15 to commemorate the expulsion or fleeing of some 700, 000 Palestinians from their homes in the war that led to the founding of Israel in 1948. UPI/Ismael Mohamad. 

An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank
An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinian protesters on Nakba Day in Qalandiya, West Bank

An Israeli soldier approaches Palestinians protesters, not seen, during demonstrations on “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Palestinians protest on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Palestinians march during clashes with Israeli soldiers, not seen, on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

An Israeli soldier points his gun at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
An Israeli soldier points his gun at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

An Israeli soldier takes aim at Palestinian protesters during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters on the 63rd anniversary of "Nakba" in Qalandiya, West Bank
Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba” in Qalandiya, West Bank

Israeli soldiers look at Palestinian protesters, not seen, during clashes on the 63rd anniversary of “Nakba”, Arabic for “Catastrophe”, the term used to mark events leading to the founding of Israel, May 15, 2011. Nakba Day is the annual day of protests by Palestinians marking the creation of the State of Israel in 1948. UPI/Debbie Hill 

Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day
Palestinian youth carry photographer Mohammed Othman, wounded when Israeli troops opened fire during on a march heading towards the Erez border crossing in the northern Gaza Strip, Sunday, May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad. 
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day

Palestinian carry a wounded man after Israeli troops opened fire during on a massive march heading towards the Erez border crossing in Beit Hanoun northern Gaza , on May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad.

Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians  Mark  "Nakba" Day
Clashes Between Israelis and Palestinians Mark “Nakba” Day

Palestinian youth carry a wounded man after Israeli troops opened fire during on a massive march heading towards the Erez border crossing in Beit Hanoun northern Gaza , on May 15, 2011, Palestinian medics say one person was killed and 70 others were wounded in the demonstration in the Gaza Strip, commemorating the mass displacement of Palestinians during the war surrounding Israel’s establishment in 1948. as a result of which more than 760,000 Palestinians , estimated today to number 4.7 million with their descendants , were pushed into exile or driven out of their homes. UPI/Ismael Mohamad

US Army ‘kill team’ in Afghanistan posed for photos of murdered civilians

US Army ‘kill team’ in Afghanistan posed for photos of murdered civilians

Abu Ghraib prison The Afghanistan ‘kill team’ photos of murdered civilians could be more damaging than those from Abu Ghraib, say Nato commanders. Photograph: AP

Commanders in Afghanistan are bracing themselves for possible riots and public fury triggered by the publication of “trophy” photographs of US soldiers posing with the dead bodies of defenceless Afghan civilians they killed.

Senior officials at Nato‘s International Security Assistance Force in Kabul have compared the pictures published by the German news weekly Der Spiegel to the images of US soldiers abusing prisoners in Abu Ghraib in Iraq which sparked waves of anti-US protests around the world.

They fear that the pictures could be even more damaging as they show the aftermath of the deliberate murders of Afghan civilians by a rogue US Stryker tank unit that operated in the southern province of Kandahar last year.

Some of the activities of the self-styled “kill team” are already public, with 12 men currently on trial in Seattle for their role in the killing of three civilians.

Five of the soldiers are on trial for pre-meditated murder, after they staged killings to make it look like they were defending themselves from Taliban attacks.

Other charges include the mutilation of corpses, the possession of images of human casualties and drug abuse.

All of the soldiers have denied the charges. They face the death penalty or life in prison if convicted.

The case has already created shock around the world, particularly with the revelations that the men cut “trophies” from the bodies of the people they killed.

An investigation by Der Spiegel has unearthed approximately 4,000 photos and videos taken by the men.

The magazine, which is planning to publish only three images, said that in addition to the crimes the men were on trial for there are “also entire collections of pictures of other victims that some of the defendants were keeping”.

The US military has strived to keep the pictures out of the public domain fearing it could inflame feelings at a time when anti-Americanism in Afghanistan is already running high.

In a statement, the army said it apologised for the distress caused by photographs “depicting actions repugnant to us as human beings and contrary to the standards and values of the United States“.

The lengthy Spiegel article that accompanies the photographs contains new details about the sadistic behaviour of the men.

In one incident in May last year, the article says, during a patrol, the team apprehended a mullah who was standing by the road and took him into a ditch where they made him kneel down.

The group’s leader, Staff Sergeant Calvin Gibbs, then allegedly threw a grenade at the man while an order was given for him to be shot.

Afterwards, Gibbs is described cutting off one of the man’s little fingers and removing a tooth.

The patrol team later claimed to their superiors that the mullah had tried to threaten them with a grenade and that they had no choice but to shoot.

On Sunday night many organisations employing foreign staff, including the United Nations, ordered their staff into a “lockdown”, banning all movements around Kabul and requiring people to remain in their compounds.

In addition to the threat from the publication of the photographs, security has been heightened amid fears the Taliban may try to attack Persian new year celebrations.

There could also be attacks because Hamid Karzai, the Afghan president, is due to make a speech declaring which areas of the country should be transferred from international to Afghan control in the coming months.

One security manager for the US company DynCorp sent an email to clients warning that publication of the photos was likely “to incite the local population” as the “severity of the incidents to be revealed are graphic and extreme”.

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http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/mar/21/us-army-kill-team-afghanistan-posed-pictures-murdered-civilians

Think not that I am come to send peace on earth

 

Often Islam haters show that Muhammad s.a.w was violent,killer,murder but Jesus came to bring Love and Peace !

What Jesus says ?

I Came Not To Send Peace

“Think not that I am come to send peace on earth: I came not to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man’s foes shall be they of his own household.” (Matthew 10:34-37)