By Omar KN
For what possible reason was this little boy’s permit denied? Is-r-ael knows the suffering caused by repeated refusal to enable urgent medical care, the medical care it denies Palestinians in Gaza. It’s about far more than lack of flexibility, it is explicit, intended cruelty.
Jocelyn Hurndall @jocelynhurndall twitter.com/jocelynhurndall
ø Regarding the cruelty of denying medical, they are too many.
ø Regarding the cruelty of killing someone who wants to save the wounded person on the ground, they are also many!
Ask yourself, why you dont hear it on main-stream news outlets!
Farouq Mohammed Abu Naja, a 6yo child from #Gaza, died after being denied access to a hospital in Jerusalem by Is-r-aelic authorities.
Farouq is the 3rd child to die in 2022 after their medical permits were denied or delayed by Is-r-ael's apartheid regime. End Is-r-aelicc Apartheid!
Al Mezan – الميزان @AlMezanCenter, 20220828
Farouq suffered from developmental regression. He couldn't travel to Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem because Is-r-aelic authorities denied him the requisite exit permit. This delay led to a serious deterioration of his health & eventually to his death.
Hanan Ashrawi @DrHananAshrawi:
This thread is heartbreaking, too painful to follow, but must be read. Imprisoning two million Palestinians & denying them access to essential healthcare is a deliberate death sentence.
Ramy Abdu| رامي عبده @RamAbdu
On #WorldCancerDay, we commemorate the wasted lives of Palestinian cancer patients prevented from receiving healthcare. Is-r-ael prevents annually about 50% of Gaza’s patients from traveling for treatment, as Gaza’s healthcare system is falling apart.
A thread of 14 examples of individuals who were hindered from getting help.
Names, stories, lives: twitter.com/RamAbdu
32yr-old Mohammed al-Ledawi from Gaza dies after the is-r-ael regime denied him travel permits for cancer treatment 8 times.
@OnlinePalEng Sep 7, 2022
19-year-old Taher Mohammad Zakarneh was murdered by apartheid Is-r-ael's occupation forces who shot him in the head during a military raid in Qabatiya town in the occupied West Bank.
Apartheid Is-r-ael has murdered at least 140 Palestinians so far THIS YEAR. #MilitaryEmbargo Sep 7, 2022
This is how Is-r-aelic troops upturn a Palestinian home after breaking in & raiding it in Bir al-Basha: it's not just burglary, it's detestable. @PalinfoAr Sep 10, 2022
Broken arms, dislocations, smashed faces: this is what Is-r-aelics did to Palestinian farmers Mahmoud Alwan & Mouruh Haq in Sinjl @palinfoen
Is-r-aelic occupation authorities forced Palestinian mother of four, Nisreen Abu Tayeh, to self-demolish her own home in the occupied Jerusalem town of Silwan under the pretext of building without a permit, leaving 4 orphaned children homeless.
This is a crime against humanity
Is-r-ael forces Palestinian mother of four kids to demolish own house Is-r-aelic authorities left Nasreen Abu Tayeh with no choice but to totally knock down the house in Batn al-Hawa, a residential neighborhood inside the village of Silwan, located south of the al-Aqsa Mosque. presstv.co.uk Sep 12, 2022
Related - because it's their policy:
Is-r-aelic forces demolish a two-story Palestinian house in the Arab city of Tira in the West Bank.
Is-r-aelic occupation settlers have cut down at least 25 olive trees on a Palestinian farm in the village of Qaryout, south of Nablus, just days before the olive harvest season starts.
Palestinian Return Centre @prclondon Sep 11, 2022
This has been done all those years of occupation. Is-r-ael wants to rid the Palestinian farmers of their livelihood. What cruel beings! May Allah punish them soon!
The Is-r-aelic leadership has shut down a US demand to review its policies on soldiers opening fire.
[https://www.al-monitor.com/originals/2022/09/israel-us-odds-over-rules-engagement] by @RinaBassist (al-monitor.com)
Hebron in the occupied West Bank on May 29, 2022. - MOSAB SHAWER/AFP via Getty Images
The Is-r-aelic leadership reacted harshly Sept. 7 to American calls for Is-r-ael to reexamine its military’s rules of engagement. The American call came on the backdrop of an internal IDF report that said it was likely American-Palestinian journalist Shireen Abu Akleh was shot dead by an Is-r-aelic soldier by mistake.
According to army sources cited in the Is-r-aelic press, it was “highly probable” an Is-r-aelic soldier under fire erroneously targeted Abu Akleh, mistaking her for a Palestinian militant. No criminal investigation into any soldier is expected.
September 9, 2022; - expired link (before 2023-02-02) → al-monitor.com
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Why do we write Is-r-ael instead of the common Israel?
The Name Israel is a misappropriation of the original meaning just as the idea to found a country by dispossessing the original inhabitants is gross injustice and a misappropriation (theft!).
The Etymology: from Hebrew yisra'el "he that striveth with God" (Genesis xxxii.28), symbolic proper name conferred on Jacob and extended to his descendants, from sara "he fought, contended" + El "God."
[when he struggled with an angel sent by God(!) So because of this struggle he was named Israel, which is a dubious story to say the least, but it is old Judaism.
However if we take for Israel: 'El (God) persists/rules' then this is according to the truth.]
The Etymology: The name 'Israel' (Hebrew: Yisraʾel, Isrāʾīl; Septuagint Greek: Ἰσραήλ, Israēl, 'El (God) persists/rules', though after Hosea 12:4 often interpreted as 'struggle with God') in these phrases refers to the patriarch Jacob who, according to the Hebrew Bible, was given the name after he successfully wrestled with the angel of the Lord. - and therefore in the worldview of the time he 'wrestled with God'. This is one reason why Islam was necessary, to avoid this kind of ambivalent language, prone to grave misunderstandings.
□ comment: Using the name 'Israel' for a new fangled entity 'for the Jews' in 1947, until today, there is no evidence that either Zionists, 'Israelis', or pro-Zionist Jews would even follow their own Law of how to live with other human beings as neighbours: No compassion, but hatred of the other, and no mercy. This is one reason why Islam was necessary.
Many Jews - not all of them - but especially those who have been brainwashed by Zionism discarded what their greatest rabbis have tried to teach them (Hillel for example, and what the later religions, Christianity and especially Islam have repaired regarding the timeless teaching of tradition.)
Look at the totality of the earlier and the later Zionists, they couldn't care less about the Law of Moses, they even looked down upon the Torah Jews, those who kept the law.
"Hillel was a man of saintly and noble character and disposition. It is told in the Babylonian Talmud (Shabbat 31a) of a non-Jew who asked Hillel to teach him the entire Torah in the time he could stand on one foot. Unperturbed, Hillel answered, 'What is hateful/ despicable to you, do not do unto your neighbour/ fellow. This is the whole Torah and the rest is commentary; go and study it further/ go and learn it!'"
(jewishvirtuallibrary.org) On the "Golden Rule", Hillel
- expired link (before 2023-02-25) biography.yourdictionary.com/hillel → About Hillel
Why do we write Is-r-aelic instead of the common form Israeli?
It is about the "i" at the end of the word "Israeli". It evokes the idea of the thing of Israel to be something positive, benevolent, even generous, when in reality after 70+ years of occupation and crimes against the Law of God and against humanity it is exactly the opposite. (Which is also the reason why an increasing number of Jews oppose this monstrous, murderous state. Then the state of Is-r-ael calls them haters of Semites!)
This is also the case for "Saudi" where we should use "Saudic" instead. Same reason as above.
BTW the name "Saudi Arabia" - as if the Arab peninsula could belong to a family by the name Saud as their personal property - was an invention by a British spy and diplomat in the 1930ies, which the Saud ruler gladly accepted, one reason was to restrict his rule to this area and to counter-balance the strong pan-Islamic movement from India, which was still a colony of the British Empire.