Sunday, April 21, 2024

I GUESS......


You can bet you cotton candy to a country fair  ,,,,it was not their kids ........of course these  soldiers  do not care  are  burned/killed/annihilated/burned alive/dismembered ..... everyday  with American  tomahawk missiles ......approx quarter million dollars  ......dropped  every  twenty minutes.....  approx  you the  taxpayers voted approved .......but the  people making  .......... do not  care is  a paycheck .....they have a  wife and  kids   to support .....but  not their  kids ......not my kids  as long as i do not see it  it does not matter   right!!!!!! ......major general goes to work......leaves wife and   kids   not his kids  they are  protected's sad    but  the mass of  close   minded  voters  ....... who vote for........  war and  death ,,,,,,,and  give  carte  blanche to the powerful .......if we stood  together  !!!!....we  could achieve more  .........but the  scared......  will divide.......  and  be  conquered .......the  great  Julius  Caesar.......called it .......  the  greatest war  general that  ever  lived ......"divide and  conquer " ......used by every govt....... and  war  general since .inception .........don't believe  it .......  then you  need  to start reading shit  ........well thanks' Israel........ for slaughtering  a  future  musician .....or  great  leader  ....nice........  you can fucking sleep at night ......or you can look at the  glass  half empty.........they could be a new vicious person who knows  .......anyways  just saying ...what i think .....does not matter  !!!!!! ...the  collateral is  done ........must be nice  to go home to dinner   after  murdering   22  kids  and  look at yours  and   feel nothing .........

Israeli strikes on southern Gaza city of Rafah kill 22, mostly children, as US advances aid package

RAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) — Israeli strikes on the southern Gaza city of Rafah overnight killed 22 people, including 18 children, health officials said Sunday, as the United States was on track to approve billions of dollars of additional military aid to Israel, its close ally.

Israel has carried out near-daily air raids on Rafah, where more than half of Gaza's population of 2.3 million has sought refuge from fighting elsewhere. It has also vowed to expand its ground offensive to the city on the border with Egypt despite international calls for restraint, including from the U.S.

The House of Representatives approved a $26 billion aid package on Saturday that includes around $9 billion in humanitarian assistance for Gaza, which experts say is on the brink of famine. The Senate could pass the package as soon as Tuesday, and President Joe Biden has promised to sign it immediately.

The first Israeli strike in Rafah killed a man, his wife and their 3-year-old child, according to the nearby Kuwaiti Hospital, which received the bodies. The woman was pregnant and the doctors managed to save the baby, the hospital said.

The second strike killed 17 children and two women, all from an extended family, according to hospital records. Mohammed al-Beheiri said his daughter, Rasha, and her six children, the youngest 18 months old, were among those killed. Her husband's second wife and their three children were still under the rubble, al-Beheiri said.

Israel's war against the Hamas militant group has killed over 34,000 Palestinians, according to local health officials, devastated Gaza's two largest cities and left a swath of destruction. Around 80% of the territory's population have fled to other parts of the besieged coastal enclave.

The conflict, now in its seventh month, has sparked regional unrest pitting Israel and the U.S. against Iran and allied militant groups across the Middle East. Israel and Iran traded fire directly this month, raising fears of all-out war between the longtime foes.

Tensions have also spiked in the Israeli-occupied West Bank. Israeli troops killed two Palestinians who the military says attacked a checkpoint with a knife and a gun near the southern West Bank town of Hebron early Sunday. The Palestinian Health Ministry said the two killed were 18 and 19, from the same family. No Israeli forces were wounded, the army said.

The Palestinian Red Crescent rescue service meanwhile said it had recovered 14 bodies from an Israeli raid in the Nur Shams urban refugee camp in the West Bank that began late Thursday. Those killed include three militants from the Islamic Jihad group and a 15-year-old boy. The military said it killed 10 militants in the camp and arrested eight suspects. Nine Israeli soldiers and officers were wounded.

In a separate incident in the West Bank, an Israeli man was wounded in an explosion Sunday, the Magen David Adom rescue service said. A video circulating online shows a man approaching a Palestinian flag planted in a field. When he kicks it, it appears to trigger an explosive device.

At least 469 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli soldiers and settlers in the West Bank since the start of the war in Gaza, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry. Most have been killed during Israeli military arrest raids, which often trigger gunbattles, or in violent protests.

The war in Gaza was sparked by an unprecedented Oct. 7 raid into southern Israel in which Hamas and other militants killed around 1,200 people, mostly civilians, and abducted around 250 hostages. Israel says militants are still holding around 100 hostages and the remains of more than 30 others.

Thousands of Israelis have taken to the streets to call for new elections to replace Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and a deal with Hamas to release the hostages. Netanyahu has vowed to continue the war until Hamas is destroyed and all the hostages are returned.

The war has killed at least 34,097 Palestinians and wounded another 76,980, according to the Gaza Health Ministry. The ministry does not differentiate between combatants and civilians in its count but says at least two-thirds have been children and women. It also says the real toll is likely higher as many bodies are stuck beneath the rubble or in areas that medics cannot reach.

Israel blames Hamas for civilian casualties because the militants fight in dense, residential neighborhoods. The military rarely comments on individual strikes, which often kill women and children. The military says it has killed over 13,000 Hamas fighters, without providing evidence.


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