Sunday, November 18, 2012

Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE


 Lord Stirling's News Blog EUROPE
Holy Shroud of Turin
Gaza Crisis: Death toll mounts from Israeli strikes ~ link ~ Four years ago, Israel waged brutal war against the 1.7 million trapped civilians of the Gaza Strip, using illegal weapons and the mass murder of civilians including young children and the world did NOTHING.  This time they intend to do far worse.  When good people allow such evil to exist in the world, it does not just go grows and becomes far far worse.  This time it will end up killing most of us in the Third World War/Armageddon!!!  Stirling    
An Israeli strike on a home in Gaza has killed at least 10 people, officials say, as Sunday became the deadliest day since Israel launched an operation against Hamas militants last week.

BBC correspondents say the strike targeted a Hamas official and that a number of children were killed.

PM Benjamin Netanyahu says Israel is ready to expand its operation.

Apocalypse Now: Israel bombards Gaza for fifth straight day with nearly 1,000 airstrikes paving the wary for imminent invasion ~ link ~ This is all interconnected with what is happening inside of Syria and the efforts against Iran.  Soon the whole world will be at war.   Stirling     

Israel faces 44 million attacks on websites in response to Gaza offensive ~ link ~ It appears that people throughout the world are doing what little they can to oppose the evil Israelis.   Stirling   

The Israeli government has become a victim of cyber-warfare attacks since Operation Pillar of Defense began four days ago. On Saturday, hacktivist group Anonymous launched a massive attack on over 700 Israeli websites.

The country’s finance minister has acknowledged the recent wave of attacks, saying the government is now waging a war on a “second front.”

Over the past four days, Israel has “deflected 44 million cyber-attacks on government websites,” Israeli Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz told AP. 

As IDF strike kills entire family in Gaza, Israel is starting to get in trouble ~ link ~ While Hamas leaders hide in underground tunnels, the civilian population is exposed to IDF strikes; the horrifying pictures from al Dalou family liable to be Palestinian version of Lebanon village of Kafr Qana.

The horrifying pictures that emerged Sunday evening from the home of the al Dalou family in central Gaza are liable to be the Palestinian version of the Lebanese village of Kafr Qana. Just as the pictures showing the results of the Israeli bombing of Kafr Qana in July 2006 changed the face of the Second Lebanon War and turned world public opinion against the Israeli operation, in the same way the bombardment of the house in Gaza and the killing of all 12 of its residents is liable to elicit Arab, European and, above all, American pressure on Israel to stop the aerial attacks immediately.

Among those killed in the house were five women, four children and three men. Al Jazeera television repeatedly broadcast the pictures of the bodies of the four children, who were 2 to 5 years old, lying next to each other in the hospital in Gaza on Sunday.

Death toll hits 74 in Israel's onslaught on Gaza ~ link ~ Two more Palestinians have been killed in the latest Israeli airstrike on the besieged Gaza Strip, raising the death toll of Israeli attacks on the coastal enclave to 74 since Wednesday.  

Hunted by drones, doging rockets and tank shells: An ordinary family's nightmare trapped inside Gaza's dead zone ~ link ~ But Gaza is such a small place, and so overpopulated, that there is nowhere to hide.

The streets are almost deserted. People rush out to buy food and other essentials, but mostly families stay hunkered down in their homes as Israeli bombs and missiles rain down, shaking the buildings and making our children cry.

We are surrounded on three sides and from the air. Our only escape, across the Egyptian border in the south, is closed off to most people.

Haaretz: Live Blog: Day 5 of Israel's Gaza Offensive ~ link 
Over 180 aerial and sea strikes against Gaza carried out by Israel on Sunday ~ link 

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