This is commander. Anything that’s mobile, that moves in the zone, even if it’s a three-year-old, needs to be killed. Over.
Captain R, an Israeli army officer who repeatedly shot a 13-year-old Palestinian girl in Gaza in 2004.
The Guardian reported:
"[Captain R] dismissed a warning from another soldier that she was a child by saying he would have killed her even if she was three years old. The officer… was charged… with illegal use of his weapon, conduct unbecoming an officer and other relatively minor infractions after emptying all 10 bullets from his gun’s magazine into Iman al-Hams [the child killed] when she walked into a “security area” on the edge of Rafah refugee camp…
The case came to light after soldiers under the command of Captain R went to an Israeli newspaper to accuse the army of covering up the circumstances of the killing. A subsequent investigation by the officer responsible for the Gaza strip, Major General Dan Harel, concluded that the captain had “not acted unethically”.
However, the military police launched an investigation, which resulted in charges against the unit commander. Iman’s parents have accused the army of whitewashing the affair by filing minor charges against Captain R. They want him prosecuted for murder.”
The Zionist narrative of “self-defense” breaks down pretty quickly when you know stories like this.
Anonymous asked: Why are there so many terrorist groups in the middle east; the Taliban, al Qaeda, ISIS, ISIL, and that is just to name a few.
I didn’t know America was in the Middle East?
The Taliban does not function in the Middle East. ISIS and ISIL are the same thing. “so many” yet lists only two. ~ applause ~
What have books done to you anon, for you to avoid them so much that you deprive yourself of knowledge? Some basic understanding of foreign invasions and infiltrations in Middle Eastern countries could give you some background on this. And some general info on colonialism and neocolonialism wouldn’t hurt either.