Israeli Spokesperson, Mark Regev: “No Hamas rockets were fired during ceasefire.”

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The Gaza war has turned into an Israeli invasion and it is not related to defending Israel but to expanding it’s territory and boundaries illegally by force and with the use of terrorism. One-third of the dead are children. That alone is proof that the Israeli aggression is not concerned with just attacking Hamas, but attacking all inhabitants of the Gaza strip.

8 Replies to “Israeli Spokesperson, Mark Regev: “No Hamas rockets were fired during ceasefire.””

  1. Salaam

    swear down dat Mark Regev is a liar every time i see him on BBC or Al jazeera he alwayz states dat Hamas broke the cease-fire. these zionists have been plannin dis invasion 4 years n hav got a lie & excuse 4 evrytin. this really gets me angry

    the only way we can stop getting oppresed by the west and stop this massacre, is through muslim brothership. but then again look at Saudi Arabia, UAE, Malaysia and these other muslims countries, i only see a lust for money and sadly see no brothership. Our ummah is weak and broken, and the only way we can fix it is through dawa and unification.

  2. “Jewish Citizens for Justice

    We the undersigned are all of Jewish origin. When we see the dead and bloodied bodies of young children, the cutting off of water, electricity and food, we are reminded of the siege of the Warsaw Ghetto. When Dov Weisglass, an adviser to the Israeli prime minister, Ehud Olmert, talked of putting Gazans “on a diet” and the deputy defence minister, Matan Vilnai, talked about the Palestinians experiencing “a bigger shoah” (holocaust), this reminds us of Governor General Hans Frank in Nazi-occupied Poland, who spoke of “death by hunger”.

    The real reason for the attack on Gaza is that Israel is only willing to deal with Palestinian quislings. The main crime of Hamas is not terrorism but its refusal to accept becoming a pawn in the hands of the Israeli occupation regime in Palestine.

    The decision last month by the EU council to upgrade relations with Israel, without any specific conditions on human rights, has encouraged further Israeli aggression. The time for appeasing Israel is long past. As a first step, Britain must withdraw the British ambassador to Israel and, as with apartheid South Africa, embark on a programme of boycott, divestment and sanctions.
    Ben Birnberg, Prof Haim Bresheeth, Deborah Fink, Bella Freud, Tony Greenstein, Abe Hayeem, Prof Adah Kay, Yehudit Keshet, Dr Les Levidow, Prof Yosefa Loshitzky, Prof Moshe Machover, Miriam Margolyes, Prof Jonathan Rosenhead and 65 others”

    From : http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2009/jan/10/letters-gaza-uk

  3. Israel left Gaza in 2005, giving Palestinians the chance to run their own lives. Despite this, more than 6300 rockets and mortars have been fired into Israel since then.
    During the past year alone, more than 3000 rockets and mortars have been launched into Israel.
    No other country in the world would have exercised the amount of restraint that Israel has shown for the past several years without responding.

  4. Israel has never left Gaza, they have illegal settlements scattered all over Palestine they intend to protect. They have held their occupation for close to 40 years now, on top of that they decide where the Palestinians are allowed to go once they make it to one of Israels hundreds of checkpoints.
    Where did you hear Israel left Palestine? They’re quietly trying to take over Palestine, why would they leave now when they believe they’re are so close to wiping out the remaining population. Forget your restraint, they’ve never had the right to occupy their land and tell them how to run their lives.

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