Tuesday, June 8, 2010

More proof of the terrorists act of the Israeli mafia

The Jerusalem Post (Israel's Best-Selling English Daily and Most Read English Website) had warned that it won't let the Iranian ship sail to Gaza to deliver humanitarian aid to the Palestinians.

“If we didn’t let an Irish ship reach Gaza, we are certainly not going to let Iranian ships pass,” one diplomatic official said.

“The Iranian regime has called for Israel to be wiped off the map and has a proven track record of supplying dangerous weapons to Hamas and Hizbullah,” the official said. “Obviously, any shipment from Iran to Gaza would be a major concern.”

“Iran is Hamas’s main supplier of weaponry,” one official said. “We cannot take a chance that there is weaponry on the ships.”

The Israelis had breeched the universal declaration of the Human Rights because the Israeli army had taken hostage of the volunteers in the international waters.

Perdana Global Peace Organisation (PGPO) chairman, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad, who is representing the six Malaysian passengers on board the Rachel Corrie, said "the ship was going to sail through Gaza waters and it had nothing to do with Israel.

"They are not going to Israeli waters. Why is it that these Israelis are going to block people going towards Gaza and not using Israeli's territorial waters at all? They have no right."

On the bloodied attack that resulted in 9 activists being massacred by the Israelis terrorist navy who said that they are terrorists and carrying weapons to be delivered to Gaza are the biggest bull.

Australian journalist Paul McGeough, who was on one of the smaller ships, reported:

The Israeli attack was timed for dawn prayers -– when a good number of the men aboard the Mavi Marmara were praying on the aft deck of the big Turkish passenger ferry, as it motored steadily through international waters in the eastern Mediterranean Sea.

Norazma Abdullah, a Malaysian national, told Reuters, "The Israelis just attacked us without warning after dawn prayer," adding, "They fired with some rubber bullets but after some time they used live ammunition. Five were dead on the spot and after that we surrendered." ("Israel attacked ships 'without warning,' freed activists say," Reuters, 2 June 2010).

Aljazeera correspondent Jamal Elshayyal who was on the Mavi Marmara wrote, "Just after 4 am local time, the Israeli military attacked the ship, in international waters. It was an unprovoked attack. Tear gas was used, sound grenades were launched, and rubber coated steel bullets were fired from almost every direction."

The Israeli account, as given by the office of the IDF Spokesperson was as follows:

Early this morning, IDF Naval Forces boarded six ships attempting to break the maritime closure of the Gaza Strip. This happened after numerous warnings from Israel and the Israeli Navy that were issued prior to the action. The Israel Navy requested the ships to redirect toward Ashdod where they would be able to unload their aid supplies which would then be transferred over land after undergoing security inspections.

The flotillas were travelling in international water. Israel had no right to do that whatsoever. To accuse the volunteers for being terrorists and carrying weapons to be transported to the Palestinians are a wild accusation.

Since they are a highly trained commandos, they could have inspected the ships rather than blindly raiding the flotillas as if they were terrorist when the flotillas are only carrying humanitarian aid.

We are all fully aware that the Jews controlled the world media, the United States and all the vehicles of Illuminati including the United Nations.

That is why they are allowed to do whatever they pleases to do even if they are the ones who are the REAL TERRORISTS of the world and acting like mafias.

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