Saturday, March 28, 2009

Israel Aided By The US Attacked Convoy in Sudan & Israeli War Crimes Targeted 59 Hospitals In Gaza

UPDATE: 11:00 AM March 28, 2009

Israel with US Cooperation attacked a convoy in Sudan
More on Israeli War Crimes from The Guardian ,UK
Israeli forces in Gaza targeted hospitals and Medics
Canadian ban on Galloway unjustified while War Criminal Bush was welcomed in Calgary last week-
When Hamas tortures it is evil when the US and Britain torture it is OK ???

'Closed Zone' Shows Gaza's Grimness
by Gishaorg March 11, 2009

The new animated film created by Yoni Goodman, Director of Animation for the Academy Award-nominated film "Waltz with Bashir", together with the human rights group Gisha. "Closed Zone" shows the closure of the Gaza Strip and its effects on the ability of 1.5 million human beings living there to fulfill their daily needs, as well as their dreams and aspirations. More details and videos at

Israel Warplanes Attacked Sudan Convoy- March 26, 2009

The United States government signed an agreement with Israel prior to Obama's inauguration which provides for US assistance to Israel to stop any weapons from being shipped to any organization or group which is perceived as a threat to Israel ie Hamas, Hezbullah .The agreement was signed in the last days of the Bush Regime by Condoleeza Rice and it appears that Obama is going to honor that agreement . So Israel has been further emboldened by the Bush Regime and now Obama's administration so that Israel can attack any country it wants to is it perceives any sort of threat to its National Security. So Israel and the US are going to expand the war on Israel's behalf one country at a time.

Did US Assist Israeli Attack In Sudan? By Irish4Palestine March 27, 2009

-- Oh what a slippery slope Obama is now on. This Sudanese attack has US cooperation and Intelligence assistance written all over it IMHO. It would appear that Israel is now going to be attacking and invading any country where it deems anything suspicious, and with the approval (or assistance) of the US government.

On January 19th 2009 an MOU (memorandum of understanding) was signed between the US government and Israel to “work together” in keeping anyone from replenishing arms to Hamas. (Like every time Israel invades, Hamas doesn’t have the right to defend itself, its people and it’s country from an invader? Only Israel gets to defend itself as we have seen and continue to see) But, there you go. At any rate, the Israeli fighter jets would have had to fly a great distance and possibly through other countries air space, additionally needing a mid air re-fuelling to complete the mission.

It seems like Obama is going to not only keep, but honour, the agreements Bush made with Israel, so much for “change” and “hope” This means the US will support Israeli attacks into other countries, and possibly assist in those attacks. As if the US does not have enough problems already. Israel is pushing America towards war with Iran and has been for 3 years now. The slippery slope begins.

Gaza war crimes investigation: attacks on medics- The Guardian March 24, 2009

The Israelis targeted 59 hospitals in Gaza
Clancy Chassay asks why 16 medical workers were killed and more than half of Gaza's hospitals hit during Israel's invasion of Gaza

Mark Regev responds to IDF Soldiers Confessions of War Crimes in Gaza- March 26, 2009

"Do any of your Investigations EVER lead to a PROSECUTION" Regev is asked.
Mark Regev the AUSSIE guy who now speaks for the Israeli Government, is BUSTED yet again as he has to defend the indefensible, all the time insisting their will be "another " investigation.

This Video includes the report concerning the accusations from the Testimony of IDF Soldiers who KNOW what they did was wrong and are now speaking out about their experiences AND Human Rights Watch

The exclusion order of the Canadian government which has prevented MP Galloway from entering Canada is being applied and interpreted in a rather wide or open ended manner. It would seem that the Canadian Government under Prime Minister claims that anyone giving humanitarian aid to the people of Gaza could be considered a threat to Canada's national security. The logic is rather dubious and twisted. Would this make the United Nations or Red Cross also guilty of aiding terrorists by providing humanitarian aid , medical supplies , clothing food etc. to Gaza.Because people want to help out the the people of Gaza who have undergone a 20 month Siege by Israel plus the Invasion by Israel in December and January does not mean they support the tactics and methods of fighting used by Hamas. But it should be noted Hamas was democratically elected to form the government of Gaza.

" Canada defends ban on British anti-war MP " By Keith Jones World Socialist Web Site 26 March 26, 2009

The exclusion order, claimed the Conservative minister, "has nothing to do with freedom of speech and everything to do with maintaining the integrity of our immigration act, which says individuals that provide materials and financial support to an illegal terrorist organization are inadmissible for entry into Canada."

The letter sent to Galloway by the Canadian High Commission in London last Friday says the British MP is "inadmissible" to Canada "on security grounds" under clauses C and F of Section 34 of Canada's Immigration and Refugee Protection Act. These clauses say that foreign nationals can be barred from Canada for "engaging in terrorism" or for "being a member of an organization that there are reasonable grounds to believe engages, has engaged or will engage" in terrorism or in subverting "or instigating the subversion by force of any government."

"Specifically," says the Canadian government letter, "we have information that indicates you organized a convoy worth over one million British pounds in aid and vehicles, and personally donated vehicles and financing to Hamas Prime Minister Ismail Haniya."

The government's claim that organizing relief for the impoverished and besieged people of Gaza, as Israel continues a punishing economic blockade, constitutes support for terrorism is both preposterous and chilling. It underscores the sweeping and arbitrary powers Canada's government, with the support of all parties in Canada's parliament, has arrogated to itself in the name of combating terrorism.

In a cogently argued letter to the High Commission official who authored last Friday's letter to Galloway, his Canadian lawyers expose the "perverse" character of the government's attempt to tar him as a terrorist and correctly label it a politically-motivated "abuse of power."

An abuse of power because the "national security" provisions of the Immigration and Refugee Act were not meant to provide the government with the means to censor and silence those whose political views it dislikes; because excluding Galloway from Canada robs Canadians of their constitutional right to hear his views and because, through Galloway's exclusion, the state is trying to impose novel and far-reaching reinterpretations of what constitutes a national security threat, support for and engagement in terrorism.

It is worth quoting the letter authored by lawyers Barbara Jackman and Hadayt Nazami extensively:

"We are surprised (and frankly shocked)," they write, "that it is the view of the Government of Canada that Mr. Galloway is considered to be a member of a terrorist organization and to have engaged in terrorism. While Canadian courts have applied a broad definition to the concept of ‘member' to include ‘fellow travelers' and other associates, the provision has never, to [our] knowledge, been so broadly interpreted as to include an elected member of Parliament, from a democratic country, because he engaged in symbolic support for a severely oppressed people, the Palestinians of Gaza. Nor has engagement in terrorism been so broadly interpreted. These interpretations are novel and far reaching in their effect.

and so it goes,

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