Israeli Criminals and Judges
Fanatic Fascism of Israel (Part-2)
Time Run-out for Fascist Israel in Mideast (Part -112)
- DR. ABDUL RUFF
No accountability for the Israeli military’s actions during 2008-2009 terror attack on Gaza known as the Operation Cast Lead. Israel believes their law is supreme and above the international or America or British law.
Israel is an illegally established fascist regime imposed by top terrocracies like USA and UK in Mideast, occupying and expanding the Palestine territories by killing the Palestinians. Israel is now threatening the region with its illegally gotten nukes and other lethal arms gifted by USA and Europe. Around 500,000 Jewish settlers live in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, land that has been occupied by Israel since 1967.
Settlements are illegal under international law although Israel ignores that saying they have exclusive rights to take Palestinian lives and lands. Supported by the Isralei regime, many settlers now boldly say they have a religious right to the Palestinian land ad Palestine people should keep “talking” to them for fun without any credible expectations.
Israeli attacks on Gaza Strip in 2008-09 was launched by Olmert regime to enhance his Kadima party’s poll prospects but the genocides of Palestinians in thousands did not help the criminal government and opposition Likud led by former terror premier Netanyahu managed to take power.
On 4 January 2009, Israeli terrorist soldiers gathered about 100 members of the extended a-Samuni family in the house of Wael a-Samuni, in the a-Zeitun neighborhood of Gaza City. The next morning when a few members of the family tried to leave the house, the military fired a missile or shell at them, killing one person and wounding two other persons. A few seconds later, the military fired two more shells or missiles that hit the house directly. The house collapsed on its occupants, killing 21 persons, including 9 children and many women, and injuring dozens of other family members. It was only possible to remove them from under the debris after the army withdrew, about two weeks later.
Three years after the end of the operation, the dozens of MPIU investigations opened into cases of harm to civilians have yet to yield results. The Military Advocate General Corps has created a haze around them, preventing any possibility of examining their effectiveness. At present, three years after the operation, there is hardly a chance that investigations will lead to further indictments.
The Corps' responses to B'Tselem, combined with media reports, indicate that three indictments have been filed against “soldiers” who took part in the operation: for theft of a credit card from a Palestinian civilian, for use of a nine-year-old Palestinian child as a human shield, and for “manslaughter of an anonymous person.” In three other cases, disciplinary action alone was taken. Two officers were disciplined for firing explosive shells that struck an UNRWA facility; three officers were disciplined for shelling the al-Maqadmeh Mosque, in which 15 Palestinians were killed, nine of them civilians; and one officer was disciplined for the use of Palestinian civilian as a human shield.
The Gaza massacres have created huge condemnations form across the world, even USA and UK were not officially happy. After the Turkish attempt to free Gazans, the Israeli military announced e inquiry as a mere formality to fool the Arabs. Now they have come out with a “judgment” that nothing as wrong with the massacres in Palestine.
Israeli crimes against humanity are being focused by the human rights agency the B'TSELEM which literally means "in the image of" and is also used as a synonym for human dignity. It is the Information Center for Human Rights in the Occupied Territories established in 1989 by a group of prominent academics, attorneys, journalists, and Knesset members. It endeavors to document and educate the Israeli public and policymakers about human rights violations in the Occupied Territories, combat the phenomenon of denial prevalent among the Israeli public, and help create a human rights culture in Israel.
Despite repeated requests by the Red Cross, B'Tselem, and other human rights organization, the army prevented removal of the injured people for two days, until 7 January. After the wounded persons were evacuated, the army demolished the house with the dead bodies inside. The meager inquiry "results" are not surprising, considering the Fascist instincts of Zionism. Most of B'Tselem’s demands for investigation were not met. There has never been a serious investigation into the suspicions raised by B'Tselem and additional Israeli, Palestinian and international organizations regarding breaches of international humanitarian law by the military during the operation. But the investigations that were not opened, to B'Tselem's knowledge, address the responsibility of high-ranking commanders, but rather focused on the conduct of individual soldiers.
Israel shuts its owlish eyes on its own crimes against humanity. USA-UK terror twins, engaged in criminal operations in occupied Muslim nations, also pretend not to watch any of Zionist crimes.
The Israeli planned attack on the Palestinian civilians by Jewish criminals who did take part in the terror attack fighting, was done knowingly and directly, or out of haste and negligence in a manner that would indicate criminal responsibility.
The Jewish inquiry guys always shield all state crimes. They might try to mislead the world but the truth lies as testimony of the Zionist crime. A military statement says it was making changes to "ensure that such events will not happen again". B'Tselem's head of research Yael Stein said "It is unacceptable that no one is found responsible for an action of the army that led to the killing of 21 uninvolved civilians, inside the building they entered under soldiers' orders, even if this was not done deliberately.
On 01 May 2012, the MAG (Military Advocate's General) Corps informed B'Tselem that it has closed the Military Police investigation file in the complaint submitted by B'Tselem into the killing of 21 members of the a-Samuni family in the Gaza Strip. The file was closed without taking any measures against those responsible.
In a letter sent to B'Tselem and the Palestinian Center for Human Rights in Gaza (PCHR) that filed a complaint into the matter as well, major Dorit Tuval, from the MAG Corps for operational matters wrote that the investigation completely disproved any claim about deliberate harm to civilians, as well as haste and recklessness regarding possible harm to civilians, or criminal negligence. The military's response does not detail the findings of the investigation, nor does it provide the reasons behind the decision to close the file or any new information about the circumstances.
B'Tselem said only three indictments had so far filed, rather, been allowed to file, against Israeli “soldiers” - the state paid terrorists - who took part in the Gaza offensive - for theft of a credit card from a civilian, for use of a nine-year-old child as a human shield, and for "manslaughter of an anonymous person". Salah Samouni, a survivor whose two-year-old daughter was among those killed, told the Associated Press: "We are talking about a crime against civilians. ”We know that God above will punish the killers. If they escaped trial, they can't escape God's punishment"
Do these criminal Jews really believe in God they claim?
The way the army has exempted itself of responsibility for this event, even if only to acknowledge its severity and clarify its circumstances, is intolerable. Shirking the responsibility for the deaths of hundreds of other civilians and the immense damage caused by Operation Cast Lead demonstrates yet again the need for an Israeli investigation mechanism that is external to the army.
[As an Israeli human rights organization, B'Tselem, opposed by the regime in Tel Aviv, acts primarily to change Israeli policy in the Occupied Territories and ensure that its government, which rules the Occupied Territories, protects the human rights of residents there and complies with its obligations under international law. B'Tselem is independent and is funded by contributions from foundations in Europe and North America that support human rights activity worldwide, and by private individuals in Israel and abroad.]