Bloodlust in Israel: son of Sharon :’Flatten Gaza, send it back to Middle Ages, they need to die!’

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Israeli Interior Minister Eli Yishai.(AFP Photo / Menahem Kahana)

RT

A new wave of hatred towards Palestine is sweeping through Israel from public figures to the man on the street. This hostility is in sharp contrast to efforts in Cairo, where Arab leaders and Western diplomats are trying to hammer out a peace plan.

While Palestinian Liberation Organisation (PLO) official Nabil Sheath expressed hope Sunday night that negotiations would continue, very different noises were coming out of Israel.

Interior Minister Eli Yishai said Operation Pillar of Defense would continue and likely be expanded, a reference to the possibility that a ground offensive has already been given the go-ahead.

The war in Gaza “must be so painful and difficult that the terror groups will not think twice but a hundred times before they fire missiles against Israel again,” it was reported in The Israel National News.

“Destroy and damage infrastructure, public buildings and government buildings. We must make sure that Hamas will be spending many years rebuilding Gaza, and not attacking Israel,” he continued.

A few days ago he said, “The goal of the operation is to send Gaza back to the Middle Ages, only then will Israel be calm for the next 40 years.”

His words were relatively mild compared to some of the comments that have been coming out of Israel in recent days.

Journalist, Gilad Sharon, the son of former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, in an editorial in the Jerusalem Post on Sunday called for Gaza to be flattened like the US flattened the Japanese city of Hiroshima in 1945 with an atomic bomb.

“We need to flatten all of Gaza. The American’s didn’t stop with Hiroshima – the Japanese weren’t surrendering fast enough – so they hit Nagasaki too. There should be no electricity in Gaza, no gasoline or moving vehicles, nothing. Then they’d really call for a ceasefire,”ranted Sharon.

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Gilad Sharon, son of the former Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.(AFP Photo / Brian Hendler)

As the former Prime Minister’s son publicly urged the military to wipe Gaza off the map, a member of the Knesset and the National Unity Party, Michael Ben-Ari, called for Israeli soldiers to kill Gazans without thought or mercy.

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What’s behind the U.S. based “Syrian Support Group” ?

Logo of the US Department funded “Syrian Support Group”

By MKERone (Co-Founder of CounterPsyOps)

In a recent Russia Today video, we learn that the “Syrian Support Group” received a waiver from the US treasury department authorizing it to provide financial and logistical help to the so called Free Syrian Army.

Let’s have a closer look at this mysterious group…

1. The SSG has “received a license from the U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control (“OFAC”) that permits the organization to raise funds and provide certain services to the Free Syrian Army (the “FSA”)“.

That basically means that this Group has the right to take its own decisions and doesn’t need to go through Congress nor any official institution prior taking action. A very important question arises: what does “Certain services” mean? The general public is clearly not being told to what extent & how its tax money is being used for. Is the SSG talking about communication equipment? Heavy Artillery? Targeted assassinations? No one knows. Not even those paying for it: the US tax payers through the U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Asset Control.

2. In the FAQ section, we can also read “SGG is a U.S.-based nonprofit organization formed to support the establishment of a free, independent and democratic Syria. Towards that end, it seeks to facilitate, through all legal means, the protection of Syrian civilians during their historic struggle for freedom against the Assad regime”

“Legal means” ? The SSG is blatantly admitting that it funds and provides “certain services” to the so called Free Syrian Army. Which is a clear violation of the UN Charter and UN resolution A/RES/56/154 which states: “6. Calls upon all States to refrain from financing political parties or other organizations in any other State in a way that is contrary to the principles of the Charter and that undermines the legitimacy of its electoral processes”

I strongly recommend you to go to the SSG website and look through it by yourself. Though, the previous examples should be enough for the people to understand what the SSG is. It is a so called “Nonprofit organization” totally and hiddenly controlled by the government enabling it to do whatever it wants with no risk of being held accountable. On top of that, the SSG enables people to make donations. Hence, if anything leaks, who would be to blame? Not the government. Because the SSG actions are based on people and corporations donations.

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