“In the name of humanity, what is Israel doing?”

[H/T The Heathlander]

Britain’s Channel 4 does the kind of reporting that the U.S. media refuse to do.

In this report, the ICRC describes how the IDF would not allow ICRC ambulances to evacuate four starving children in Gaza who were clinging to their dead mothers. At the end of the report, Israeli government spokesman Mark Regev is taken to task for the actions of his government.


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3 Responses to “In the name of humanity, what is Israel doing?”

  1. J.J. Surbeck says:

    The Channel 4 reporter’s arrogance is beyond belief! How dare he demand that Israel apologizes to the Red Cross? Where was he when Hamas was slaughtering Fatah member and Palestinian civilians last year, and neither the Red Cross nor the Channel 4 pricks of his sort had any access to Gaza? Why doesn’t he show his skills in Afghanistant, demanding apologies to the Taliban for their inexcusable behavior costing thousands of lives every year, or to the Sudanese government costing hundreds of thousands of lives in Darfur? Why? Because he is a coward. It is so much easier to berate an open Israeli government willing to admit possible mistakes than really murderous regimes, starting with Hamas. And the ICRC is no better.

  2. Mash says:

    Yes, it was very arrogant of him to demand accountability.

    Btw, you know your argument is weak when you have to go after the Red Cross.

    The issue still remains what Israel is doing in Gaza. Over 250 children dead out of about 850 total dead. The IDF claims about 300 are Hamas. Using IDF’s own numbers they are killing more civilians than Hamas, and they are killing almost as many children as Hamas. Either the IDF has pretty horrible aim or their rules of engagement are barbaric.

    You might want to redirect some of your outrage at the killings currently going on in Gaza.

  3. Ingrid says:

    Bravo Mash. good response. btw.. it is all about another ‘resource grab’, in this case the off shore gas fields off-shore of Gaza. Heaven forbid Gaza would come into money AND even worse, would have some leverage.
    Sorry to refer you to my blog but I did my usual excerpt with a link to global research. You can just google global research as well..

    We ought to start developing maps (if there aren’t any) of the extensive current and intended future oil pipe lines in the whole Middle East, Central Asia area..


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