Another israeli war crimes

Israel used disproportionate military force during its summer operation in Gaza. Entire Palestinian families were killed when their homes were leveled by Israeli bombs falling with no warning and for little military gain. At least 89 entire families have been killed in Gaza since Israel started its military campaign, Palestinian health officials said

Amnesty International Wednesday accused Israel of committing war crimes during the war in the Gaza Strip this summer, saying it displayed “callous indifference” in attacks on family homes in the densely populated coastal area.

Husni Abu Dubaika and his brother were among the victims of Israeli war crimes in Gaza, July 7, 2014

Husni Abu Dubaika and his brother were among the victims of Israeli war crimes in Gaza, July 7, 2014

The Gaza war left more than 2,100 Palestinians dead, including many civilians according to Palestinian and U.N. officials. Israel says the number of militants killed was much higher and accuses Hamas of using civilians as human shields. On the Israeli side, 66 soldiers and six civilians were killed.

Amnesty said in a report that “Israeli forces killed scores of Palestinian civilians in attacks targeting houses full of families, which in some cases have amounted to war crimes.”

Israel’s Foreign Ministry rejected the report’s findings, saying the London-based rights group “ignores documented war crimes perpetrated by Hamas.”

“The report does not mention the word terror in relation to Hamas or other armed Palestinian groups, nor [does it] mention tunnels built by Hamas to infiltrate Israel and perpetrate terror attacks,” it said.

The summer war was the fiercest conflict between the foes in years.

“Israeli forces have brazenly flouted the laws of war by carrying out a series of attacks on civilian homes, displaying callous indifference to the carnage caused,” said Philip Luther, director of Amnesty’s Middle East and North Africa program.

Israeli forces carried out sustained aerial, artillery and infantry attacks in Gaza, many of which the Amnesty report found to be indiscriminate.

Terrorists according to the doctrine of the judeo-satanists

Terrorists according to the doctrine of the judeo-satanists

Israel says the military was as careful as possible to avoid civilian casualties, citing its system of providing warning to civilians when possible that strikes on their buildings were coming.

It blames Hamas for the heavy civilian death toll, accusing the group of launching rockets – and drawing retaliation – from school yards, residential areas and mosques.

“The report exposes a pattern of attacks on civilian homes by Israeli forces which have shown a shocking disregard for the lives of Palestinian civilians, who were given no warning and had no chance to flee,” Luther said.