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Netanyahu wages wars to cover up troubles: Analyst

The Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has launched the new wave of strikes on the Gaza Strip to cover up his own failures, an analyst tells Press TV.

Over 20 Palestinians have been killed and more than 160 others injured in the new wave of deadly airstrikes by the Israeli military on the besieged Gaza Strip since November 14. 

Press TV has conducted an interview with Randy Short, with the Dignity and Human Rights and Peace Organization from Washington DC to shed more light on the issue at hand. Short is joined by four additional guests on Press TV’s News Analysis program: Caleb Maupin with the International Action Center from New York City, Kaveh Afrasiabi, author and political scientist from Boston, Adie Mormech, human rights activist from the Gaza Strip, and James Jatras, a former US Senate Foreign Policy analyst from Washington. What follows is an approximate transcription of the interview. 

Press TV: We are seeing this second day of the Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip, causing civilian causalities and of course the most recent being that in retaliation there is a rocket fire coming from the Gaza Strip, hitting Tel Aviv. 

What did [the Zionist] Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu hope to achieve with what was obviously his escalation by killing and assassinating the top Hamas military official [Ahmed] al-Jabari?

Short: Well, of course it is an electoral season in Israel, he is very unpopular and I guess that one way he can get people to like him is to murder innocent Palestinians because there is a high level of hatred of Palestinians in Israel. 

It is comparable to how elections are run in the United States where politicians appeal to racism of the larger majority of Whites as a means to get votes but Netanyahu is a ‘failurous’ a prime minister in Israel but the one thing that he and the other persons can do when you have a politician in trouble is to start a war. 

Press TV: Let us look at some of the opposition coming from, in particular, some of the left-wing politicians there in Israel and it is quite telling; this particular politician by the name of Zahava Gal-on said that the Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Ehud Barak are pyromaniacs to embark on the operation for the purpose of reelection-as you stated-and they further added that the assassinations are not the answer, which is a sentiment that is held by many Israelis [illegal Zionist settlers]. 

I mean is this the extent that the prime minister would take Israel to of what we are seeing right now that the rocket fire has reached the heart of Israel in terms of it reaching Tel Aviv? 

Short: Well, you now, for me it is [lamentable] that we are concerned just about when rocket fire hits Tel Aviv. The Palestinians have been bombed since time immemorial, Lebanese have been bombed, people are being bombed all over by the bellicose Israeli military industrial complex that does not want peace but wants a greater Israel at the expense of peace with its neighbors. 

So how many Palestinians or Lebanese or others have to be murdered by the state of Israel before one day that people in turn meet violence by violence? It is unfortunate. I do not want anyone fighting but how much longer will people suffer from being bombed with white phosphorous and tanks and children being sniped at and harassments at the checkpoints before someone decides to fight back? 

Press TV: Last time around, in 2008, the Operation Cast Lead really devastated the Gaza Strip. They are still suffering from it to this day and one of the biggest, we can say, weaknesses that showed its face was Arab countries who were not proactive. 

Can we see anything happening given the new landscape? In particular many eyes are focused right now on Egypt and its President Mohammed Morsi? 

Short: Well, they should focus their eyes on Jordan as well. I think that we have Arab countries but we do not always have leadership that has the interest of the masses of people at high. 

The king of Jordan does not speak Arabic. It reminds me of certain people who used to rule Egypt that did not speak Arabic until you had Nasser. 

I think that what is happening in Egypt is promising. I also think that the rage about what is happening in Syria and the potential of a regional war, because you have these proxy crooked sheikhdoms and others serving the interest of NATO, the United States and the globalist; people are tired of them. 

So I think that this is one time that it is not going to be favorable to be a despot in the Middle East as the people wake up, there are movements all over sweeping the Middle East especially in the Shiite belt where people are not going to be denied their rights anymore and I simply want to say that also there is a disarray now with the CIA and the United States out of whack as they scramble to get a new leadership, so this is an interesting time that you have got, an uneven transition and the agency that more or less tries to police the rest of the world and this attack on Gaza and the people fighting back.

And also I want to say the cowardice that the people have to attack Hezbollah. It is interesting that Netanyahu knows that they cannot go back into Lebanon without losing something. 

They are facing a situation where it is no longer asymmetrical warfare but if you aggressive against the people of Lebanon it may come at a life for a life versus the 67 war where a few hundred Israelis died and thousands of Egyptians were slaughtered. 

Press TV: The question of the timing again is pretty significant. It is hard to imagine, based on some accounts, that Israel had not planned this for a while. 

We could look at different scenarios but what is your take on why Israel has decided to do this at this time? Given the different things that are going on; you mentioned of course the US, the reelection of Barack Obama, which I mentioned before, and also given the fact of what is going on in Syria. 

I mean is that possible that Israel has another goal aside from their elections coming up, behind what they are doing here? Their assault on the Gaza Strip? 

Short: Yes. I want to say this, do you remember Monica Lewinsky? The woman that had the Cigar, you know where! with Bill Clinton? Who was introduced to Bill Clinton by Rahm Emanuel, the current mayor of Chicago. 

I am not picking if I say that Monica Lewinsky is Jewish and what happened was that disrupted what Clinton had planned to do with the Middle East when this happened. 

Then if I mention, I believe this woman who is involved with Petraeus, her father’s last name is Kranz and I am wondering if this is another set up where you had Mossad or some group interject a woman into the life of an important person to either spy or get information to send it back to Israel because Petraeus had written a 64-page document denouncing America’s relationship with Israel, that it was not the most important ally. 

Now with this man gone it is a way to threaten people who are American firsters in the Pentagon, in the CIA or wherever; that if Israel wants to go to war they have undermined those people who might resist them, who cannot be called anti-Semites because they are American soldiers, now they are moving the layers of restraint and I believe that the timing now is to force Obama to comply with his promise that he would support Israel, no matter what. 

So if Israel starts a war Bibi [Netanyahu] is using this possibly as a way to force Obama to get more involved in Syria more rapidly as well as of course go after Iran. 

This is what Netanyahu wants and he has gotten rid of through this trick that they have run on Petraeus and this extends all the way to the White House and in particular there is another thing that threatens Obama; this woman who was having this affair with Petraeus is mentioning that the CIA is torturing and killing black Libyans and other Black Africans in Benghazi, which will certainly help hurt Obama’s image with the African-Americans who voted for him 93 percent; I am glad I was not one of them. 

So there is a point where …, there is a triangulation of forces to make Obama support Netanyahu, who he does not like, by getting rid of those persons who had helped Obama resist going to war even though he has imposed one vicious illegal genocidal sanction after the other against the Islamic Republic of Iran as well as trying to destroy the righteous nation of Syria. 

Press TV: Looking at Hamas we cannot forget one fine detail that Hamas, its parent company, so to speak, is the Muslim Brotherhood of which of course Mohammed Morsi came out from there becoming the president of Egypt. 

So I would think that this strong support by Morsi for Hamas is going to be…, the question is to what extent? 

Short:

Well, he [Morsi] needs to open the border at Rafah, let us cut the talk and put up and rescue the people who are being victimized, who are facing slow genocide. I mean if he is serious, do it now! Open the border at Rafah now and all I want to say is they had a plan to destroy Hamas before they got elected, this is something that was engineered by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Mahmoud Abbas back in September 2008.

If we know this, why won’t they do everything they can to support the people of Gaza? They need freedom, they need food, they need self-determination, they need their seat at the UN and we need to deal with countries like Turkey that are Israel’s best friend; they do symbolic things but they need to put up or shut up. 

Whose side are they on? Are they on the side of the people in Gaza and Ramallah or are they on the side of Netanyahu? I am not clear. 

MY/HMV

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Video: Massive explosion as Israeli bomb hits Gaza City residential area

This video posted on YouTube by user Ahmed Erheem shows a massive explosion said to be from a bomb or missile dropped by a US-supplied Israeli F-16 jet in the residential al-Zaytoun quarter of Gaza City today, according to the video’s description.

Separately, news agencies have reported Israeli attacks on that neighborhood today injuring 7 civilians including a pregnant woman.

Ma’an News Agency said in its live blog earlier this afternoon that “Muhammad Yasin dies of wounds sustained Saturday in Gaza City’s Zaytoun neighborhood, raising the death toll to 40 since Wednesday.”

This screenshot shows the missile streaking toward the residential buildings in the fraction of a second before the massive explosion.

Screenshot shows missile streaking toward Gaza residential buildings

Homes, schools, sporting facilities, public buildings and hospital damaged

It is unclear if this video relates to those specific attacks, but in its most recent update on the toll of the Israeli assault, the Palestinian Centre for Human Rights stated that intense Israeli attacks have caused serious damage to civilian infrastructure including homes, schools, sports facilities and a hospital in many parts of Gaza City:

Israeli forces have launched dozens of airstrikes on Gaza City, targeting governmental and civilian facilities and other objects mostly located in densely-populated areas. The targets have included the building of the Council of Ministers in the west of the City, which was completely destroyed and a number of nearby houses damaged; the building of the police command in the center of the City, which was completely destroyed and a number of nearby houses damaged; the building of the Civil Department of the Ministry of Interior in the south of the City, which was attacked for the second time, causing damage to al-Quds Hospital and a number of public and UNRWA school; and Palestine Stadium in al-Remal neighborhood in the center of the City, which was extensively damaged.

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Gaza Under Attack :: 17 Nov Killing Photos

3rd Day Bombing Pictures and Videos….International Media is not supporting Palestine,so we ask you reblog. and share with others.

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Medical Crisis In Gaza

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Some Confirmed MARTYRS Names on  NOV 17, 2012

* Shaheed Osama Abdejjawad
Shaheed Ashraf Darwish
Shaheed Ali Al-Mana’ma
* Shaheed Mukhlis Edwan
Shaheed Mohammed Al-Loulhy
Shaheed Ahmad Al-Atrush
* Shaheed Awad Al-Nahhal
Shaheed Abderrahman Al-Masri
Shaheed Hassan Saeed, 25 years old
* Shaheed Mohammed Sabry Al’weedat.
Shaheed Ali Hassan Ben Saeed, 24 years old
* Shaheed Ahmad Ben Saeed
Shaheed Hani Bre’m

Photos(Peoples died on 17 Nov in Gaza)

And than there is Noah Pollak…

Noah Pollak tweeted the ‘results’ of his self fulling ‘poll’ (“To genocide or not to genocide, what is the question?”)

 

 
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Gaza Under Attack 15-Nov-2012 Killings


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Nov 15, 2012 - Gaza under attack israel - Photo by Safa

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Photos Late night Nov 14 2012 Gaza Under Attack by Israel caused many wounded:  Photo by Paltoday

Photos Late night Nov 14 2012 Gaza Under Attack by Israel caused many wounded: Photo by Paltoday

Photos Late night Nov 14 2012 Gaza Under Attack by Israel caused many wounded:  Photo by Paltoday

Photos Late night Nov 14 2012 Gaza Under Attack by Israel caused many wounded: Photo by Paltoday

Nov 15 2012 Gaza Under Attack Israel Operation Pillar Cloud – Photo by WAFA

Israeli soldiers watch as an Iron Dome launcher fires an interceptor rocket near the southern city of Beersheba November 15, 2012. Hamas fired dozens of rockets into southern Israel on Thursday, killing three people, and Israel launched numerous air strikes across the Gaza Strip, threatening a wider offensive to halt repeated Palestinian salvoes. REUTERS/Baz Ratner

The Funeral of Ahmad al-Ja’bari in Gaza – Nov 15, 2012 Photo by Safa.ps

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Hanin Tafish: a 10 month old baby girl wounded in a strike, Nov 15, 2012 died. Assassinated by Israel So far 4 small children have been assassinated in the latest assaults.

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This child is dying. Only watch this video if you have a strong stomach. This, This is what Israel does to Palestine’s children, and this is what this world not condemns, not acts about:

Nov 15, 2012 A 15 second video, immediately available by Israeli zionist forces, of the extrajuducial execution of Ahmed Jabri

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Skype Interview Interrupted by Gaza Bomb Blast [VIDEO]

A Skype interview between CNN’s Isha Sesay, Israeli citizen and Ashkelon resident Nissim Nahoom, and Mohammed Sulaiman, a Palestinian resident of Gaza, was suddenly interrupted by repeated bomb blasts.

The two interviewees live on the two sides of the Israeli, Gaza strip border, separated only by a 15 minute drive, the CNN anchor notes. After the first few blasts, Sulaiman tried to keep talking and ignoring them, until a louder one gets him offline and interrupts the call.

“You can hear everything,” says Sulaiman after the blasts go off. “What was that noise we just heard?” asks the anchor.

The simultaneous Skype interviews were set up by CNN as a way to underscore the dangers or regular people who live on the front lines of the conflict that renewed Wednesday with the assassination of Ahmed Said Khalil al-Jabari, the head of Hamas’ military wing. The airstrike has been followed by Hamas militants launching missiles towards Israeli cities as well as subsequent bombings by the Israeli Defense Forces (IDF) in Gaza.

The IDF has used social media to basically live-tweet the conflict as well as post videos of its airstrike on YouTube. At the same time the Israeli authorities have asked their citizens not to tweet where Hamas’ missiles hit to avoid giving the group information they could use for their next targets.

Watch the scary footage in the video embedded below. The blasts start right after the 2:50 mark.

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Is Hamas responsible for Gaza rocket fire? Not exactly.

Israel’s air offensive on the Gaza Strip today is a response to rocket fire from the coastal Palestinian enclave. Hamas, which governs the strip, has borne the brunt of the assault. The action began with a missile that targeted Hamas military leader Ahmed Jabari as he drove through Gaza City today (the IDF quickly shared a video of that attack) and was followed by dozens more.

Here’s how Israeli Ambassador to the US Michael Oren explained the Gaza strikes this afternoon:

“The scope of the IDF’s defensive operation depends on Hamas and whether it takes the decision to cease firing missiles on our homes.”

But Hamas has not been the principal one firing the rockets at Israel, at least not lately. Other, smaller militant groups in Gaza like Islamic Jihad and the popular resistance committees in the strip do much of the shooting, though the Al Qassam Brigade that Mr. Jabari headed until his death has taken credit for some attacks in recent weeks.

This may be a distinction without a difference to Israeli officials. They frequently argue that Hamas is the governing authority in Gaza, and therefore is de facto responsible for all rocket fire.

But Hamas has in fact been trying to keep rocket fire under control in the years since Israel’s Operation Cast Lead in the territory in late 2008/early 2009. One of their most important men in keeping militancy under wraps? Mr. Jabari, who was powerful enough and respected enough to prevent a major outbreak of violence from Gaza that could have invited powerful reprisals.

Here’s how veteran Israeli columnist Aluf Benn put it today:

Ahmed Jabari was a subcontractor, in charge of maintaining Israel’s security in Gaza. This title will no doubt sound absurd to anyone who in the past several hours has heard Jabari described as “an arch-terrorist,” “the terror chief of staff” or “our Bin Laden.” But that was the reality for the past five and a half years. Israel demanded of Hamas that it observe the truce in the south and enforce it on the multiplicity of armed organizations in the Gaza Strip. The man responsible for carrying out this policy was Ahmed Jabari.

Now Israel is saying that its subcontractor did not do his part and did not maintain the promised quiet on the southern border. The repeated complaint against him was that Hamas did not succeed in controlling the other organizations, even though it is not interested in escalation. After Jabari was warned openly (Amos Harel and Avi Issacharoff reported here at the beginning of this week that the assassination of top Hamas people would be renewed), he was executed on Wednesday in a public assassination action, for which Israel hastened to take responsibility. The message was simple and clear: You failed – you’re dead.

Hamas control of the strip was never ironclad, and it could well get worse from here on out. Under the best of conditions, Hamas has had a politically understandable reluctance to target Palestinian militants who seek to strike out at Israel. A majority of the strip’s population are descendants of refugees who were forced out of their homes in 1948, and the rocket-fire now falls in the areas where their ancestors formerly lived.

Hamas’s rise to power there was thanks in equal measure to the widespread corruption of Fatah and to Hamas’s image as a more serious and committed resister of Israel than its secular rival. So there are political costs to shutting down the militant groups that fire rockets at Israel, not to mention that such efforts could escalate into a civil war. Though Israel publicly seems to assert that Hamas can simply turn of the rocket attacks if it chooses too, the reality in Gaza is a bit more complex.

Now, Hamas will be mulling whether it should retaliate with some of the longer-range rockets from their arsenal. The argument against that would be Israel’s overwhelming military advantage, which would be brought down hard on Hamas leaders, the rank and file, and average Gaza residents alike. The Hamas deal with Israel in recent years – restraining rocket attacks – has been to its own advantage. While taking a tough stance against Israel is generally popular, provoking the powerful neighbor with tactically useless rocket-fire, is not, particularly since Israel’s response cause so much misery among Gaza’s population.

That logic still holds, as furious as the group must be about the attacks today. So far, the message from Hamas has been fairly restrained.

Spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri said in a statement: “I warn those who violate all laws and accords of grave consequences if they persist in this unprovoked aggression. The resistance has the full right to respond, to provide security and protection for the Palestinian people in the face of these repeated murderous raids.” Declaring a right to respond is something different than promising a response.

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