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    First week of 2017: Israel demolishes homes of 151 Palestinians …

    First week of 2017: Israel demolishes homes of 151 Palestinians, almost four times last year’s average.

    The IDF’s Civil Administration is carrying out Netanyahu’s vow to demolish the homes of Arabs with a vengeance.
    By Amira Hass Jan. 7, 2017

    Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s promise to settlers from the unauthorized outpost of Amona to enforce the law “equally” by demolishing the homes of Arabs is being strictly fulfilled.

    The number of Palestinian buildings demolished in the first week of January 2017 is almost four times as high as the weekly average for 2016: 20 structures. In 2015, the average was 10 structures a week, according to the records of the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).

    In Area C, which is under full Israeli civil and security control, between Monday and Thursday the Israel Defense Forces’ Civil Administration demolished 65 structures in Palestinian communities, and seven rainwater cisterns. The Jerusalem Municipality demolished another two homes in East Jerusalem. Some 151 people, including 90 children, lived in the buildings that were demolished.

    On Monday, the day on which the Knesset Constitution, Law and Justice Committee discussed a proposal to annex the city of Ma’aleh Adumim (east of Jerusalem) to Israel, the Civil Administration and IDF forces demolished 12 tin and wood shacks – including eight used for living purposes – in two Bedouin communities from the Jahalin tribe south of the settlement; three shacks in Bir al-Maskub; and nine in Wadi Sneysel. In total, 84 people, 68 of whom are children, lost the roofs over their heads within just a few hours.

    read more: http://www.haaretz.com/misc/article-print-page//.premium-1.763331

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  • Silver Witch (4839 posts)
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    1. And how many homes did America destroy in our wars?

    No really how many children have we killed so far this year with our drones and bombs. How about last year?

    Crickets.

    #Let'sTalkRevolution
    • CNW (2492 posts)
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      3. Too many to count I'm afraid, we have sick people in charge.

      • Silver Witch (4839 posts)
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        5. Indeed.

        And before we cast stones at other countries we better do something about this glass house we live in.

        #Let'sTalkRevolution
  • larkrake (324 posts)
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    2. No Aparthied here, move along

    • CNW (2492 posts)
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      4. Like being pricked with a pin, after a period of time you get used to it.

      Then the MSM focuses your attention on a car accident that kills several people while our actions around the world . . . . . . .

  • MistaP (5331 posts)
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    6. must be because the victims don't want peace enoughTM–yeah, that's the ticket

    http://www.salon.com/2016/11/09/the-hillary-clinton-campaign-intentionally-created-donald-trump-with-its-pied-piper-strategy/ (Third Way = Bell Curve)