All The News Anti-Palestinian Posters Will Not Read Or Discuss

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After decimating Gaza and pushing one million Palestinians to Rafah, Israel declares imminent attack of the area. Will the world really let Israel carry out its final solution on the Palestinian people with a massacre of historic proportions? -Abby Martin

Math isn't your strong suit.
 
In 1999 the CIA manufactured a claim that Serbia was engaged in genocide against 1.6 million Albanians in Kosovo.

The U.S. and NATO went to war to stop this.

In 2024 Israel announces that it will begin a genocidal campaign targeting 1.6 million Palestinians in Rafah.

NATO and the EU are silent.

The U.S. says get it done by March 10.

It’s time for the Arab world to step up and stop this madness.

It’s time for the modern day practitioners of genocide in Israel to go the way of their fascist mentors in Nazi Germany. -Scott Ridder

Hamas dindu nuffin'?
They were framed by the CIA?

Scott Ridder[sic]?
Doesn't he have some underage girls to molest?
 
She’s talking to YOU.

Four months. If you're still supporting Israel after four months of atrocities, then you're just a shitty human being. After four months you've lost any possible claim to have overreacted to October 7 in the emotional heat of the moment, and this is just who you are as a person. -Caitlin Johnstone.

Who is that? Some ignorant libtwat? Is that you?
 

Media: 11 Israeli soldiers killed in 'very large ambush' in Khan Yunis​

Ammon News -Israeli media sources reported that the occupation army was subjected to a very large ambush, carried out by the Palestinian resistance in Khan Yunis, south of the Gaza Strip, which claimed the lives of more than 11 soldiers.

The Israeli Broadcasting Authority said that the occupation army "is suffering from a difficult situation in Khan Yunis after being exposed to a very large ambush" there, at a time when clashes continued between the Palestinian resistance and the occupation forces in the Gaza Strip.
 

IOF confirm two additional soldiers killed in Khan Younis battles​

According to the military, the two soldiers were killed after being targeted by an anti-tank rocket in Khan Younis.

The Israeli occupation military confirmed that two of its soldiers were killed during battles in southern Gaza, raising the number of its killed troops since October 7 to 566.

The occupation military identified the killed soldiers as Sgt. First Class Adi Eldor of the Maglan unit, and Sgt. First Class (res.) Alon Kleinman.

In a related context, the Israeli newspaper Yedioth Ahronoth reported last week that the Israeli occupation military has treated about 13,000 injured troops since October 7.
 
A report by Bloomberg on Sunday detailed challenges the Israeli regime is facing with regard to funding its genocide in the Gaza Strip.

According to the report, citing multiple finance ministry sources, "Israel" may have to sell a near-record amount of bonds this year to keep its war finances afloat.

The matter went further out of hand when Moody's Investors Service downgraded "Israel’s" credit rating from level A1 to level A2 on Friday.
 

Nicaragua taking Germany, Canada, UK, Netherlands to ICJ for genocide​


Nicaragua issued a memorandum urging Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Canada to stop backing the Israeli occupation and supplying it with arms.

The Nicaraguan government started Monday proceedings to take Germany, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, and Canada to the International Court of Justice (ICJ) for their complicity in the genocide against the Palestinian people in Gaza by providing the Israeli occupation with the weapons and means to carry out the horrendous act.

The executive authority in Nicaragua published an official statement in which it revealed that it warned the governments of said Western powers that they might be jointly complicit in the "flagrant and systemic violations" of the Convention on Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide and international humanitarian law in the Gaza Strip.
 

Saudi Arabia's MBS Warns Israel Of 'humanitarian Catastrophe' If Israel Decides To Attack Rafah.​


 

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