The "up and coming" well-known and much admired Israeli politician and parliament member Ayelet Shaked of the ultra-nationalist Jewish Home has again branded Palestinians as terrorists, declaring as the 4th Zionist invasion of Gaza in the past ten years was being unleashed: "Mothers of all Palestinians should also be killed" she told the Daily Sabah,
as she called for the slaughter of Palestinian mothers who give birth to "little snakes."
In a call for Genocide, she added, "They have to die and their houses should be demolished so that they cannot bear any more terrorists," Shaked said, adding, "They are all our enemies and their blood should be on our hands. This also applies to the mothers of every dead terrorist we eliminate."
On 7/7/14 Shaked wrote on her Facebook page:
"Behind every terrorist stand dozens of men and women, without whom he could not engage in terrorism. They are all enemy combatants, and their blood shall be on all their heads. Now this also includes the mothers of the martyrs, who send them to hell with flowers and kisses. They should follow their sons, nothing would be more just. They should go, as should the physical homes in which they raised the snakes. Otherwise, more little snakes will be raised there."
development comes as many officials from various countries have
slammed Israel's airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. Many have condemned the offensive diatribe,
accusing Israel of massacring the Palestinians and have lashed out at Israel,
saying it is committing state terrorism against the Palestinians in the
region. Reacting to Shaked's remarks,
the Turkish premier said Israel's policy in Gaza is no different than
Hitler's mentality. "An Israeli woman said Palestinian mothers should be
killed, too. And she's a member of the Israeli parliament. What is the
difference between this morality and Hitler's, he said peaking in parliament,
as he also questioned the world's silence toward Tel Aviv's ongoing
As the Zionist regime busies itself "Mowing the lawn, " the obscene phrase used in Israeli military circles to describe how, every couple of years or so, Gaza is subjected to massive international crimes against humanity is a massive display of firepower to "trim back Hamas's military capabilities and ambitions" in the words of its allies in the US Congress. Its US funding armed forces are yet again attacking and invading Gaza in violation of international and U.S. law. As former US Congressman Dennis Kucinich reminds us, its construction of settlements violates the Oslo agreement. Its Central Bank dries up the Gaza economy and blocks payments to Gazan civil servants. Its total control brings the Palestinians to utter subjection and total despair. Israel can kill, injure, and humiliate Palestinians at will, with impunity, which is exactly what gave rise to Hamas and strengthens Hamas' hold in Gaza.
As journalist Rami Khoury reminds us, military assaults against Gaza cause Israel to lose ground in three vital respects inasmuch as they enhance Palestinian military resistance, intensify global condemnation and pressure due to Israel's disproportionate military savagery, and "deepen the nationalist identity and will to struggle for justice among all Palestinians, especially those children in Gaza who will grow up with a single aim in life: to vanquish colonial Zionism".
7/22/14 on of Americas largest airlines, Delta, has announced it is canceling
all flight to Israel citing reports that a rocket landed near Tel Aviv's
airport. This against the backdrop of a growing BDS campaign increasingly
similar to the one that destroyed the pro-Zionist Apartheid regime in South
Africa. The development come as the UN agency for Palestinian refugees has
recently said women and children make up a sizeable number of Palestinian
fatalities caused by Israeli attacks on the besieged region.
Undeterred, the US Senate, while claiming to be overworked, did find time to passed (100-0) an AIPAC-drafted resolution supporting the Gaza invasion. There is not one word of compassion for Palestinians killed or injured, not a word calling for peace, not a word indicating that the Senate would perhaps prefer to see the invasion end. On the other hand, it calls for dissolution of the Palestinian unity government which has been Netanyahu's goal since it was established.