Monday, 14 January 2013



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The Palestinian death toll in the Gaza Strip has risen to 854 and more than 3,650 injured as the Israeli offensive entered its third week.

The air and ground attacks continued on Sunday with Israeli aircraft bombarding different targets in the strip and ground forces advancing further into the outskirts of Gaza City.

Medics in the embattled Strip said three Palestinians were killed and dozens wounded by heavy Israeli tank fire and air strikes early on Sunday, some allegedly by banned white phosphorus shells that Israel denied using.

Earlier, eight members of one family were among the fatalities, killed by an Israeli tank shell in Jabaliya.
Mohammed, one of the survivors of the attack, said. "We fled towards another house and the tanks started firing. Several of us were hit."

Warning leaflets

Israel dropped leaflets on Gaza City warning residents that the military was about to "escalate" the offensive and to begin a "new phase in the war on terror".

Al Jazeera's Zeina Awad reporting from southern Israel said: "The leaflets are telling people not to associate themselves with Hamas. They're not an order to evacuate like previous ones. An Israeli army spokesperson told Al Jazeera that they were meant to tell Palestinians in Gaza that the offensive will intensify.

"When Israel says they will intensify their operations, they usually do and from the Israeli point of view, we can expect a radical move from the Israeli army, which would mean urban warfare and a higher casualty rate for both sides.

"Putting aside the large number of demonstrations that were held throughout Israel today, the majority of the Israeli public are very much behind their government's decision to intensify their offensive within the Gaza Strip."

Ayman Mohyeldin, Al Jazeera's correspondent in Gaza City, said there had been intense fighting during the day on Saturday.

"The most significant development was the advance of the Israeli military," he said.

"We understand now they are on the outskirts of Gaza City, still trying to avoid going in through major population centres, but navigating their way around those urban areas on the periphery."

Gazans 'locked in'

Mads Gilbert, a Norwegian doctor working at Shifa hospital in Gaza City, told Al Jazeera: "We have been to many war zones, but the special thing is that the 1.5 Gaza population are completely locked in.

"The civilian population has no way to hide. The population density is so high you can not do attacks like this without knowing that you are attacking the civilians.

Hamas: Gaza war ends peace process

Meshaal said that any international monitoring force in Gaza would be treated as an occupation force [AFP]

Sunday, January 11, 2009
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Hamas has said that the Gaza war has put an end to chances of negotiations with Israel, calling on Arabs to pressure Tel Aviv to cease its attacks on the Gaza Strip.

In a televised speech on Saturday, Khaled Meshaal, the exiled-Hamas political leader, said Israel’s offensive on Gaza, which has killed more than 850 Palestinians, had failed because Hamas was still firing rockets at Israel.

“You have finished off the last chance and breath for settlement and negotiations,” Meshaal said.

“In all modesty … I can say with full confidence that on the military level the enemy has totally failed, it has not achieved anything.

“Has it stopped the rockets?” he asked of Israel’s declared aim in launching the offensive.

‘New intifada’

Meshaal called on Arabs to pressure their leaders and the international community through protests.


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“We are living the hardest moments of the resistance now, we want another intifada [uprising] in Palestine and on the Arab street,” he said, calling on the Arabs to continue protesting.

Meshaal said that Israel was covering up the true nature of its losses by saying that troops had been killed by their own fire and in accidents.

“What did you achieve through this war… other than the killing of children, of innocents?” he asked the Israeli leadership.

“You have lost on the moral and humanitarian fronts … and you have created a resistance in every house,” Meshaal said.

He slammed Israel’s assault on Gaza as a “holocaust” in which the blood of Palestinian children was being shed to bolster prospects in next month’s Israeli elections.

“The enemy has failed by creating a real holocaust on the soil of Gaza.

“Palestinian blood has become a means to win elections,” he said, addressing the Israeli people whose leaders are to face off in general elections on February 10.

Egyptian plan

Meshaal’s comments come as a Hamas delegation is in Egypt, together with Mahmoud Abbas, the Palestinian president, to discuss an Egyptian ceasefire proposal and possible international monitoring force to enforce an agreement.

Meshaal said that any international monitoring force in the Gaza Strip would be treated as an “occupation” force.

“Before any negotiations could take place, Israel had to halt attacks, pull out of the Gaza Strip and lift the siege of Gaza,” Meshaal said.

He also insisted on Hamas’s inclusion, together with the Egyptians and the Europeans, in any monitoring system on the Rafah border.

A 2005 agreement to monitor the Rafah crossing did not include Hamas and the Egyptians have said they will stick to that agreement.

Israel kills more than 900 Palestinians during its 16-day aggression on Gaza

[ 12/01/2009 - 10:27 AM ]

GAZA, (PIC)– The death toll of the continued Israeli aggression on the Gaza Strip rose with the end of the 16th day on Sunday to more than 900 Palestinians most of them were children and women, while the number of injuries rose to 4,100 Palestinians.

According to Dr. Muawiya Hassanein, the director of emergency services in the health ministry, Israel killed 906 Palestinians so far including 277 children and 93 women.

On Sunday, the IOF troops continued the acts of ethnic cleansing killing more than 38 Palestinians in one day and wounding dozens others.

Palestinian medical sources reported yesterday that five Palestinians were killed during Israeli air strikes on the Gaza city and Jabaliya and another one was killed after bombing his motorcycle in Rafah.

According to the sources, more than 12 citizens were wounded and two others were killed by Israeli artillery fire in Khan Younis, while a Palestinian child was reportedly killed as a result of the continued Israeli shelling in Khuza’a amid reports of more casualties in the area.

The withdrawal of IOF troops from the area of Sheikh Ajlin, southwest of Gaza, unveiled an Israeli massacre, where 14 Palestinian were killed including a one-year-old child.

The IOF troops also killed dozens of Palestinians in other areas of Gaza including a citizen along with his wife and child who were killed by an air-to-ground missile fired by an Israeli drone north of Gaza city.

Human rights reports said that the IOF troops since the start of the ground offensive on Gaza had turned a number of homes into barracks and detained Palestinian inhabitants in their houses under inhuman conditions without providing them with any food or water.

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