Tuesday, January 19, 2010

The Zionist Strangulation Of Gaza: Can't Bomb Them To Death, So Lets Try Flooding Them To Death!

Just yesterday, the Israeli government opened up a dam in southern Israel on the valley that runs through southern Gaza. The result was millions of cubic meters of water flooding southern Gaza itself, and the destruction of hundreds of Palestinian homes.

Why would these monsters do such a thing? Their excuse has been that due to the massive amounts of rainfall that has occurred over the last week, the pressure on the dam was enormous and the water had to be released through its floodgates! NO pre-warning had been sent to Gaza itself, and hundreds of homes are now destroyed by flood water.

Here is an article from www.uruknet.info that explains this recent Zionist activity against the people of Gaza. My comments to follow:

Israeli opening of dam's floodgates floods Gaza villages

Palestinian Information Center


January 19, 2010

GAZA, (PIC)-- Israel opened Monday the floodgates of one of its dams in Gaza valley in the eastern part of the Gaza Strip in the aftermath of torrential rains in the region which seriously flooded Palestinian houses and caused severe material damage.

Eyewitnesses told the Palestinian information center (PIC) that the Israel occupation forces stationed there intentionally opened the floodgates without any prior warning or coordination with local authorities in Gaza which led to the influx of large amounts of rainwater into the valley.

Because Gaza is located in a low-lying area and the elevation decreases on the way to the Mediterranean sea, water gushed down into the area, flooding two Palestinian villages and displacing about a hundred Gazan families.

A number of people are still trapped inside or on their rooftops, while many have also gone missing, according to eyewitnesses.

Surging waters from the dam flooded houses in Johr Al-Deek village, southeast of Gaza city, Nusseirat village in the eastern part of the Strip, where Al-Nusseirat refugee camp is also located, and Al-Mughraqa town located within Gaza city.

The flooding has made life more difficult for citizens, especially for those still living in tents because their homes were destroyed in the last Israeli war on Gaza.

For his part, Yousuf Abu Hoaishal, the head of the municipal council of Mughraqa town, told the PIC on Monday evening that 50 homes at least were flooded after water levels dramatically rose in Gaza valley.

Abu Hoaishal added that the municipal and civil defense crews were working industriously on rescuing and evacuating citizens from the flooded areas.

The council head held Israel responsible for causing this flood with the intention to inflict mass destruction in Gaza areas.
He pointed out that the disaster could have been bigger if this flood had happened at night while citizens were asleep, affirming that the rapid intervention of rescue teams prevented casualties.

For his part, spokesman for the military medical services Adham Abu Salima said yesterday that 100 families whose homes were flooded were transferred to safe areas until providing them with emergency shelters.

Later, different Palestinian officials in Gaza have stated that the flood disaster was successfully managed and controlled, and all homeless citizens were provided with shelters.

In the same context, Dr. Ahmed Bahar, the first deputy speaker of the Palestinian legislative council, strongly denounced Israel for deliberately causing a flood in Gaza valley which rendered many citizens homeless.

Dr. Bahar condemned this behavior as a new war crime, calling on the international community to assume its responsibilities and hold Israel accountable for what happened.

Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri accused Israel of intentionally opening the dam’s floodgates in order to inflict damage on citizens and their property.

Spokesman Abu Zuhri appealed, in a press statement to the PIC, to international relief organizations to provide instant help to the citizens who suffered considerable damage in their homes.

Minister of agriculture Dr. Mohamed Al-Agha visited yesterday evening the affected areas in the vicinity of Gaza valley and affirmed that Israel did not give any warning about its intention to open the dam’s floodgates.

Dr. Agha warned that the continuing flow of water from the dam into the valley means that the lives of many citizens are still in danger, noting that the flood swept many homes, agricultural lands and livestock pens.

He said that Israel always look for any opportunity to double the suffering of the Palestinian people in Gaza.

:: Article nr. 62326 sent on 19-jan-2010 16:08 ECT

NTS Notes: Lets see... First they tried to bomb them out by their Operation Cast Lead in early 2009. Secondly, they try to starve them to death by the recent cutoff of supplies and building more walls to seal in the area into a large concentration camp. But it seems that these actions were not good enough, so they are now trying to flood them out!

These monsters have absolutely no souls and consciences... They are able to get away with this latest attack against the people of Gaza due to the media awash with the Haiti earthquake and catastrophe. This is typical for these criminals to attack while the world is focused elsewhere.

Here we have most of Israel going through a massive drought and lack of fresh water in most of their reservoirs, and yet they find the means of releasing, as a flood, precious fresh water onto an unsuspecting people in Gaza?

What kind of crime will they pull against the people of Gaza next? There are sickening rumors that they may do another "Operation Cast Lead" deadly attack against these innocent people soon.

More to come



Noor al Haqiqa said...

At this point I had to take a break. I have spoken with you about how at times it is hard to fall into the hatred trap. This JUST about did it. You know, I never knew you could say you hate someone and keep your emotions at an even level, but I am mastering the art.

You know. It is wonderful the world is helping Haiti... despite the oil and the surplus of body parts, etc etc. oh and the opportunity for Disaster Economics. But there are a few things that upset me about this. I feel like there is more behind this frantic rush to help from other countries. It is to serve as a balm for NOT helping Palestine.

It is politically correct to go in to Haiti to help.

A year ago, I was pouring through Gaza images of burned bodies, shattered bodies, blood and chewed up babies. I have to say, looking at the images from Haiti was not hard at all. The former was/is a man made hell of fire. The latter (on the surface so far) a natural disaster. No long lasting poisons to reshape DNA for millions of years.

Israel took full advantage of this diversion to unleash the waters into Palestine knowing that the world would be busy elsewhere. I know this is the truth of the matter because when the mess was happening in Tienanmen Square, the PM afterwards bemoaned that they had not taken advantage of the ability to get away unnoticed with more atrocities in Gaza.

I could dig up the quote but it is 4 am. So they have flooded the people. The people who proudly created new homes of mud, working with nature, their homes crumble. There is illness already and now it is worse.

I have not seen ONE mention of this flooding on tv or in the papers.

Inhales deeply. I will not hate. I will not hate. I will not hate. Ah to hell with it, let me indulge... I will thoroughly detest these djinn of hell.

Northerntruthseeker said...

I sometimes have to bite my tongue as well, Noor... But I can feel the trickle of blood out of the corner of my mouth by doing so.....

The compliant shills in the media still have not mentioned anything to this time point about this disaster (Jan 27th, 2010).... Which does not surprise me at all....

I have to keep asking myself why people who go after these criminals are labeled as haters and very falsely "antisemites", when the real haters and so called antisemites are the damn Zionist Israelis themselves!