Friday, February 6, 2009

Israel Says Gazan Girls are Fair Game

Watch first:

The following video was published by Al Jazeera English on Jan. 17.


Israel was caught red-handed, that's why they "admit" it.... with a "but," as is custpmary for the mass-murdering, genocidal, NaZionist Jew state.

"Israel says troops 'reasonable' to kill Gaza girls

Israel has admitted that one of its tanks killed three girls whose father's cries on live television shocked viewers in the final days of the Gaza offensive, but said the action was "reasonable"

An Israeli army (IDF) investigation found that two tank shells were fired at a building housing the apartment of Izz el-Deen Aboul Aish on January 16 - two days before the end of its assault on the Islamist-ruled Gaza Strip.

"Investigations were held on many levels ... the conclusions found that two shells were fired from an IDF tank resulting in the death of Dr Aboul Aish's daughters," a statement said....

In its statement, the army said soldiers fighting in a populated area near Dr Aish's house thought they had identified militants on the roof of the building.

"During the counter-fire by (Israeli) forces, suspicious figures were identified in the upper level of Dr Aboul Aish's house and were thought to be spotters who direct the Hamas sniper and mortar fire," the army statement said.

"The commander of the force gave the order to open fire ... It is from this fire that the three daughters of Dr Aboul Aish were killed. Following the opening of fire screams were heard ... and immediately the IDF force ceased all fire."

Dr Aish said he knew from the start that his daughters had been killed by Israeli fire.

"Thank God the truth has been revealed," said the Hebrew-speaking gynaecologist, whose anguished cry for help was heard live on the main evening news bulletin when he called a correspondent's cellphone, touching the hearts of many Israelis.

"I was always sure that my case was just," Dr Aish told Reuters by phone from an Israeli hospital where some of his family members are being treated for injuries.

Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert said he had wept on hearing the man's cries of pain over the loss of his girls.


The army, however, said it "stresses that in the days leading up to the incident, Dr Aboul Aish was contacted personally several times by officers urge (him) to evacuate his home". Thousands of warning leaflets were also dropped over the district, it added.

"The IDF is saddened by the harm caused to the Aboul Aish family, but at the same time states that considering the constraints of the battle scene ... the force's action and the decision to fire towards the building were reasonable."


That's an Israeli "apology!"