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Thursday, January 15, 2009

The Blue Print

1) There were "...... 750,000 Palestinians that were forced from their homes in 1948, ....." http://www.ifamericansknew.org/history/refugees.html


2) Menachem Begin, head of one of the Jewish terrorist groups, called this a “splendid act of conquest,” and stated: “As in Deir Yassin, so everywhere, we will attack and smite the enemy. God, God, Thou has chosen us for conquest.” Zionist/Israeli forces committed 33 massacres altogether. http://www.ifamericansknew.org/history/ A Synopsis of the Israel/Palestine Conflict.

3) Today, after 60 years of killings, ethnic cleansing and babaric genocide by scores of Menachem Begins, Israel, the US and Britain end up with 1.5 million refugees in Gaza alone, never mind those in The West Bank and neighbouring countries.

4) Never mind what Menachem Begin thanked his god for, it seems that God has His own plan.

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Pictures (Of Death That) Speak A Thousand Words.

1)
http://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2009/01/06/phopto-gallery-of-gazas-martyred-children/

2)
http://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2009/01/11/actual-photographs-of-hamas-most-wanted-terrorists/

3)
http://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2008/12/31/dead-palestinian-children-have-names-too/


4) Update Jan 16 2009 6:15 pm -- watch slide at http://www.ikhwanweb.com/

5) Watch another slide at: http://palestinethinktank.com/2009/01/16/gaza-the-tip-of-an-iceberg/

6) Update Jan 24th 2009
http://desertpeace.wordpress.com/2009/01/24/photo-essay-never-to-forgive-never-to-forget-the-child-martyrs-of-gaza/

6 comments:

Damo said...

Robert Fisk: Why do they hate the West so much, we will ask


So once again, Israel has opened the gates of hell to the Palestinians. Forty civilian refugees dead in a United Nations school, three more in another. Not bad for a night's work in Gaza by the army that believes in "purity of arms". But why should we be surprised?

Have we forgotten the 17,500 dead – almost all civilians, most of them children and women – in Israel's 1982 invasion of Lebanon; the 1,700 Palestinian civilian dead in the Sabra-Chatila massacre; the 1996 Qana massacre of 106 Lebanese civilian refugees, more than half of them children, at a UN base; the massacre of the Marwahin refugees who were ordered from their homes by the Israelis in 2006 then slaughtered by an Israeli helicopter crew; the 1,000 dead of that same 2006 bombardment and Lebanese invasion, almost all of them civilians?

What is amazing is that so many Western leaders, so many presidents and prime ministers and, I fear, so many editors and journalists, bought the old lie; that Israelis take such great care to avoid civilian casualties. "Israel makes every possible effort to avoid civilian casualties," yet another Israeli ambassador said only hours before the Gaza massacre. And every president and prime minister who repeated this mendacity as an excuse to avoid a ceasefire has the blood of last night's butchery on their hands. Had George Bush had the courage to demand an immediate ceasefire 48 hours earlier, those 40 civilians, the old and the women and children, would be alive.

What happened was not just shameful. It was a disgrace. Would war crime be too strong a description? For that is what we would call this atrocity if it had been committed by Hamas. So a war crime, I'm afraid, it was. After covering so many mass murders by the armies of the Middle East – by Syrian troops, by Iraqi troops, by Iranian troops, by Israeli troops – I suppose cynicism should be my reaction. But Israel claims it is fighting our war against "international terror". The Israelis claim they are fighting in Gaza for us, for our Western ideals, for our security, for our safety, by our standards. And so we are also complicit in the savagery now being visited upon Gaza.

I've reported the excuses the Israeli army has served up in the past for these outrages. Since they may well be reheated in the coming hours, here are some of them: that the Palestinians killed their own refugees, that the Palestinians dug up bodies from cemeteries and planted them in the ruins, that ultimately the Palestinians are to blame because they supported an armed faction, or because armed Palestinians deliberately used the innocent refugees as cover.

The Sabra and Chatila massacre was committed by Israel's right-wing Lebanese Phalangist allies while Israeli troops, as Israel's own commission of inquiry revealed, watched for 48 hours and did nothing. When Israel was blamed, Menachem Begin's government accused the world of a blood libel. After Israeli artillery had fired shells into the UN base at Qana in 1996, the Israelis claimed that Hizbollah gunmen were also sheltering in the base. It was a lie. The more than 1,000 dead of 2006 – a war started when Hizbollah captured two Israeli soldiers on the border – were simply dismissed as the responsibility of the Hizbollah. Israel claimed the bodies of children killed in a second Qana massacre may have been taken from a graveyard. It was another lie. The Marwahin massacre was never excused. The people of the village were ordered to flee, obeyed Israeli orders and were then attacked by an Israeli gunship. The refugees took their children and stood them around the truck in which they were travelling so that Israeli pilots would see they were innocents. Then the Israeli helicopter mowed them down at close range. Only two survived, by playing dead. Israel didn't even apologise.

Twelve years earlier, another Israeli helicopter attacked an ambulance carrying civilians from a neighbouring village – again after they were ordered to leave by Israel – and killed three children and two women. The Israelis claimed that a Hizbollah fighter was in the ambulance. It was untrue. I covered all these atrocities, I investigated them all, talked to the survivors. So did a number of my colleagues. Our fate, of course, was that most slanderous of libels: we were accused of being anti-Semitic.
And I write the following without the slightest doubt: we'll hear all these scandalous fabrications again. We'll have the Hamas-to-blame lie – heaven knows, there is enough to blame them for without adding this crime – and we may well have the bodies-from-the-cemetery lie and we'll almost certainly have the Hamas-was-in-the-UN-school lie and we will very definitely have the anti-Semitism lie. And our leaders will huff and puff and remind the world that Hamas originally broke the ceasefire. It didn't. Israel broke it, first on 4 November when its bombardment killed six Palestinians in Gaza and again on 17 November when another bombardment killed four more Palestinians.

Yes, Israelis deserve security. Twenty Israelis dead in 10 years around Gaza is a grim figure indeed. But 600 Palestinians dead in just over a week, thousands over the years since 1948 – when the Israeli massacre at Deir Yassin helped to kick-start the flight of Palestinians from that part of Palestine that was to become Israel – is on a quite different scale. This recalls not a normal Middle East bloodletting but an atrocity on the level of the Balkan wars of the 1990s. And of course, when an Arab bestirs himself with unrestrained fury and takes out his incendiary, blind anger on the West, we will say it has nothing to do with us. Why do they hate us, we will ask? But let us not say we do not know the answer.


Source: http://www.independent.co.uk/opinion/commentators/fisk/robert-fisk-why-do-they-hate-the-west-so-much-we-will-ask-1230046.html

N.Bandy said...

Obama Nation Upholds US Terror

By Mickey Z.

January 16, 2009 "Information Clearinghouse" -- - Let’s start with two facts:

1. The United States of America is a rogue state built on and maintained by terror
2. Barack Obama will do absolutely nothing to change or challenge the realities behind fact #1

In the name of providing context, let’s look back to the “good war” (a phrase in which—as Studs Terkel said—the noun and adjective don’t match) for an example of time-honored US terror tactics: In World War II’s Pacific theater—cheered on by the likes of Time magazine, which explained that “properly kindled, Japanese cities will burn like autumn leaves”—US General Curtis LeMay’s Twenty-first Bomber Command, laid siege on the poorer areas of Japan’s large cities. On the night of March 9-10, 1945, the target was Tokyo, where tightly packed wooden buildings took the brunt of 1,665 tons of incendiaries. LeMay later recalled that a few explosives had been mixed in with the incendiaries to demoralize firefighters (96 fire engines burned to ashes and 88 firemen died). The attack area was 87.4 percent residential. By May 1945, 75 percent of the bombs being dropped on Japan were incendiaries and LeMay’s campaign took an estimated 672,000 lives.

In a confidential memo of June 1945, Brigadier General Bonner Fellers, an aide to General MacArthur, called the raids, “one of the most ruthless and barbaric killings on non-combatants in all history.” Secretary of War Henry Stimson declared it was “appalling that there had been no protest over the air strikes we were conducting against Japan which led to such extraordinarily heavy loss of life.” Stimson added that he “did not want to have the United States get the reputation for outdoing Hitler in atrocities.” After the “good war,” LeMay admitted: “I suppose if I had lost the war, I would have been tried as a war criminal. Fortunately, we were on the winning side.”

The men that devised and carried out this heinous attack are widely considered to be part of this country’s “greatest generation” yet, by any sane definition, what I just described is terrorism…far worse than anything allegedly perpetrated by official US enemies.

Rosa Luxemburg sez: “The first revolutionary act is to call things by their true names.” Well then, here goes: Whether we—or Lord Obama—choose to admit it or not, the vaunted “American way of life” was built on a nearly exterminated indigenous population, the African slave trade, and all those killed in places like Hiroshima, Nagasaki, Southeast Asia, Central America, the Middle East, etc. It was built on stolen land using stolen oil. Our way of life was built on terror and it is maintained by terror: e.g. cops, prisons, military, and the psychological oppression of propaganda.

The exalted Pope of Hope is merely shilling old Kool-Aid in shiny new recyclable bottles. Until we act, we remain accomplices to his global and domestic crimes.

Mickey Z. can be found on the Web at http://www.mickeyz.net .



Source: http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article21771.html


....... see? How compassionate the most powerful nation on earth is? Bush ... your words we doubt, your actions we believe. O yee compassionate terrorist nation ... all hail ... (or should we use "hell"?)

Dal said...

Read what the people of ‘the kingdom of heaven’ say about the Israelis.
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War does not Work (2) - Unmerciful Servant


The sad thing is that war will not work for Israel either. They will win this war, and more wars, but these wars are corrupting the Israeli soul. The problem for a nation founded by war is that a warring spirit somehow gets a hold on the people’s hearts. This seems to have happened in Israel. When the leaders of a nation time a war to help their election prospects, something is dreadfully wrong. Political leaders who claim to be morally superior while concentrating 1.5 million Palestinians behind barbed wire in Gaza and firing missiles into the prison when they cause trouble are on a slippery slope.

God's call on Israel has not been revoked. That gives privilege, but it also means that they cannot behave as other nations. If their government thumbs their nose at God's standards, they will all eventually reap the consequences. Unfortunately, they are not helped by confused Christians who think that supporting a secular-humanist, socialist, often corrupt, usually militaristic government is the same as blessing God's people.

I am reminded of the parable of the unmerciful servant.
Therefore, the kingdom of heaven is like a king who wanted to settle accounts with his servants. As he began the settlement, a man who owed him ten thousand talents was brought to him. Since he was not able to pay, the master ordered that he and his wife and his children and all that he had be sold to repay the debt. The servant fell on his knees before him. 'Be patient with me,' he begged, 'and I will pay back everything.' The servant's master took pity on him, canceled the debt and let him go.

But when that servant went out, he found one of his fellow servants who owed him a hundred Denarii. He grabbed him and began to choke him. 'Pay back what you owe me!' he demanded. His fellow servant fell to his knees and begged him, 'Be patient with me, and I will pay you back.' But he refused. Instead, he went off and had the man thrown into prison until he could pay the debt. When the other servants saw what had happened, they were greatly distressed and went and told their master everything that had happened.

Then the master called the servant in. 'You wicked servant,' he said, 'I canceled all that debt of yours because you begged me to. Shouldn't you have had mercy on your fellow servant just as I had on you?' In anger his master turned him over to the jailers to be tortured, until he should pay back all he owed (Matt 18:23-34).
The parable shows that people do not always learn from their own experience in their treatment of others.

Those who are bullied often go on to bully others. Mercy does not always lead to mercy.

The Jewish people received terrible treatment under the Nazi regime in Germany. They were imprisoned and powerless in lands where they were unwanted.

Now the boot is on the other foot and Israel is the strongest military power in of the Middle East. The people of Gaza are imprisoned by Israel in the land where they were born, but are now powerless and unwanted. Given that the Israelis know what it is like to be unwanted and imprisoned, I would expect the people of God to behave differently.

I can understand how this happened. When the Jewish people escaped from Europe, they resolved to never again be in a position where they could be bullied. Unfortunately, to get that place, they have had to become bullies. They have escaped from tyranny, but they are now behaving like tyrants. They have morphed from victim to bully in two generations.

The current Israeli regime will continue to live by the sword, but they will not obtain peace, and will eventually die by the sword. The irony is that they will be invaded, not by the neighbours they fear, but by one of their friends, which eventually gets exasperated with supporting and financing their militaristic shenanigans.

The violent men among your own people will rebel in fulfilment of the vision, but without success….

The invader will do as he pleases; no one will be able to stand against him. He will establish himself in the Beautiful Land and will have the power to destroy it (Dan 11:14, 16).

Modern Jews trust in a militaristic and socialistic state. They believed that they would only be safe in their own nation. This is not true.

The time will come when Israel will be a dangerous place to be. Life will become very insecure, as the militaristic, socialistic, secular state collapses. The only safety will be trust in God.


Source: Blessed Economist – War Does Not Work 2: http://getrad2.blogspot.com/2009/01/war-does-not-work-2-unmerciful-servant.html

Anonymous said...

This is a comment at http://www.haloscan.com/comments/tf2777/article21761_htm/ by freeheart | 01.15.09 - 1:57 am | #. Freeheart is commenting on Extracts of Witness in Palestine: A Jewish American Woman in the Occupied Territories, written by Anna Baltzer as posted at http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article21761.htm titled What You Need To Know About Israel's "Colonies"
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Some revealing quotes:

Quote:" [I]n Palestine we do not propose even to go through the form of consulting the wishes of the present inhabitants of the country ... The four powers are committed to Zionism and Zionism, be it right or wrong, good or bad, is rooted in age-long tradition, in present needs, in future hopes, of far profounder import than the desire and prejudices of the 700,000 Arabs who now inhabit that ancient land.

By: Arthur James Balfour
Date: 11 August 1919
Lord Balfour in a private memorandum to Lord Curzon, 11 August 1919.

Israeli leaders re NAKBA:

"Let us approach them [the Palestinian refugees in the occupied territories] and say that we have no solution, that you shall continue to live like dogs, and whoever wants to can leave -- and we will see where this process leads. In five years we may have 200,000 less people - and that is a matter of enormous importance."
Moshe Dayan

"Jewish villages were built in the place of Arab villages. You do not even know the names of these Arab villages, and I do not blame you because geography books no longer exist. Not only do the books not exist, the Arab villages are not there either. Nahlal arose in the place of Mahlul; Kibbutz Gvat in the place of Jibta; Kibbutz Sarid in the place of Huneifis; and Kefar Yehushua in the place of Tal Al-Shuman. There is not a single place built in this country that did not have a former Arab population."
Moshe Dayan
Date: 4 April 1969
This statement, made in an address by Dayan to students at the Technion in Haifa was reported in Haaretz on 4 April 1969.

"When we have settled the land, all the Arabs will be able to do about it will be to scurry around like drugged cockroaches in a bottle." Israeli General and Army Chief of Staff Rafael Eitan
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world...ast/ 4034765.stm

"The compulsory transfer of the [Palestinian] Arabs from the valleys of the proposed Jewish state could give us something which we never had, even when we stood on our own during the days of the first and second Temples…”
David Ben Gurion (Ben Gurion was the leader of the Zionist movement before 1948 and the first Israeli Prime Minister after 194

During the 1948 war, about two-thirds of the Palestinians who would become refugees were in fact expelled from their homes by the nascent Israeli army, and one-third became refugees while escaping the dangers of war. All these people, 0.75-1 million of them, were prevented from returning to Israel after the armistice agreement, while their homes and property were demolished or appropriated by the State of Israel.
Victoria Buch
The Real Estate War in Gaza
The History and "Morals" of Ethnic Cleansing
By Victoria Buch
http:// www.informationclearingho...rticle21660.htm
(File: GazaJan09VictoriaBuchReNakba)

"Everybody has to move, run and grab as many hilltops as they can to enlarge the settlements because everything we take now will stay ours... Everything we don’t grab will go to them."
Ariel (Arik) Sharon
Date: 17 November 1998
Agence France Presse reported Sharon as saying this when, as foreign minister, he addressed a meeting of militants from the extreme right-wing Tsomet Party.
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Zionist grandiose plans for Israel are that Palestine is merely a foot in the door to expand into greater Israel eretz. Which is to own and rule from the Euphrates to the Nile south to Baghdad and beyond with hegemony around the World.

The Israel of Theodore Herzl (1904) and Rabbi Fischmann (1947)

In his Complete Diaries, Vol.II, Page 711, Theodor Herzl, the founder of Zionism, says that the area of the Jewish state stretches: “From the Brook of Egypt to the Euphrates”.
Rabbi Fischmann, member of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, declared in his testimony to the U.N. Special Committee of Enquiry on July 9, 1947: The Promised Land extends from the River of Egypt to the Euphrates. It includes parts of Syria and Lebanon.
http://www.marxists.de/middleast...hoenman/ map.htm


Source: http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article21761.htm



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Naqs said...

“…..All of which is not to forget our own (British) national complicity, starting with the Balfour Declaration …”

“ …. But I believe Jews, above all, need to be shocked into a recognition of their own complicity in this crime against humanity ….”
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Gaza: The Tip of an Iceberg
By Guest Post • Jan 16th, 2009 at 10:18 • Category: Analysis, Counter-terrorism, No thanks!, Hasbara Deconstruction Site, Israel, Newswire, Opinions and Letters, Palestine, Religion, War, Zionism

WRITTEN BY Francis Clark-Lowes


What is happening in Gaza today is the tip of an iceberg. That iceberg is the genocide of the Palestinian people. It is a slow genocide, just slow enough for the world to look the other way most of the time. Occasionally, as at present, it speeds up and we see its tip.

Such genocides are a common accompaniment of exclusive colonial projects. The Spanish committed genocide against the Incas, the British committed genocide against the Aboriginal and Maori people, the Americans committed genocide against the Native Americans, the Belgians killed 10 million Congolese. Now the Jews are trying to wipe out the Palestinians.

You may say that I should moderate my language and say only that we are witness to an unfortunate war in which people are getting killed. But this is part of an intentional war on the part of Israel, and, moreover, it clearly coincides with the international legal definition of genocide. Let us not, therefore mince our words.

Perhaps you will also say that only some Jews are involved in this crime, that I should hold ‘Israel’ or ‘the Zionists’ responsible. But do you ask me to say that only some Spanish, or some British, or some Americans, or some Belgians committed genocides?

Perhaps you will now ask me to do this, but if I hadn’t said that ‘the Jews’ were trying to wipe out the Palestinians you would probably have been quite happy with my generalisations.

For we recognise that although not even a fraction of British people, for instance, were directly involved in the genocides of the nineteenth century, and clearly those who were born after those atrocities could not have been directly involved, yet we admit that this is a stain on our national consciousness which affects all of us, in so far as we identify as being British.

Do we not say that all Germans must accept responsibility for what was done by the Nazis? If not, then why does the international community continue to insist that Germany pay reparations to Jews – with German taxpayers’ money – for what happened in the time of their parents and grandparents.

You may protest that Jews are not a nation or state like the Spanish, or the British, or the Americans or the Belgians. But who says that we cannot hold a group, however it may have constituted itself, responsible for crimes? Marxists, for example, hold ‘the capitalist class’ responsible for crimes against the working class, yet ‘the capitalist class’ is not incorporated.

And of course people have no difficulty in holding Muslims responsible for ‘extremism’ although since the abolition of the caliphate there has been no world-wide Muslim organisation. I don’t agree with this particular representation, by the way, but I mention it to show how inconsistent our thinking is.

There is little evidence that Al-Qaeda really exists in a corporate sense. It is probably more the notion of resistance to Western imperialism in the Muslim world than an identifiable organisation. And yet it is constantly held responsible for ‘terrorist’ actions.

I am well aware that to say anything against Jews, as a group, is to cross a red line. I am doing so deliberately. The present conflict in Israel-Palestine may well lead us to Armageddon. I believe plain speaking could save us and our children, not the mention the Palestinians and the Jews.

If I thought it could be done otherwise, as many of my colleagues in the solidarity movement believe, then I would not take this course. There are, however, a number or actions by Jews which, if they were to take place on a sufficient scale, could make me change my mind:

• A recognition that Jewish identity has become inextricably linked with Zionism.
• An acceptance that Jews are collectively responsible for what is happening in Israel/Palestine, just as we, as a nation, accept our responsibility for the empire and slavery.
• A renunciation of the right of return and the right to Israeli nationality.
• An acceptance that ‘the Holocaust’ (in inverted commas and with a capital H) has become a kind of religion, an instrument of propaganda, an abusive mythology.
• A recognition that accusing people of hating Jews is usually a way of stopping them speaking.
• A recognition that the Zionist project is incompatible with respect for the human rights of Palestinians. Israel has got to go.
• A recognition that Jews, as a collective, exercise immense, and quite disproportionate, power in the world, and that this power is being abused.

I acknowledge that a small number of Jews have done some or all of the above. For example, Gerald Kaufman, MP, said in Parliament on 12th January 2009: “Olmert, Livni and Barak are mass murderers, war criminals and bring shame on the Jewish people whose Star of David they use as a badge in Gaza.” In doing so, however much he might disagree with other points above, he clearly acknowledged that this is a Jewish, not just an Israeli responsibility.

But until a majority turn against the supremacist culture which supports Israel’s actions I will continue to hold Jews collectively responsible for what is happening in the Middle East. This is a very uncomfortable position. I really do have many Jewish friends, and I know that what I have said today will shock some of them. I hope that our friendship is strong enough to withstand it. But I believe Jews, above all, need to be shocked into a recognition of their own complicity in this crime against humanity.

All of which is not to forget our own (British) national complicity, starting with the Balfour Declaration. In so far as we (Westerners) have been persuaded to accept the dangerous current mainstream Jewish view of the world, we also are responsible for what is happening in Gaza. And this makes us ‘the enemy’ in terms of those who identify with the Muslim victims of Jewish power.


Source: http://palestinethinktank.com/2009/01/16/gaza-the-tip-of-an-iceberg/

Nine 369 said...

Ayatollah Sayyed Ali Khameini's Letter To Hamas

The following is the Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei's letter to Hamas leader Ismail Haniya in which the Leader praises the bravery of resistance fighters in the Gaza Strip.

In the Name of God the Compassionate and the Merciful

To the Hamas leader Ismail Haniya

"Peace be unto you and so may the mercy of Allah and His blessings"

The 20-day perseverance of you, the courageous resistance fighters and the people of Gaza against one of the most atrocious war crimes in the history of the world has hoisted the flag of glory overhead the Islamic Ummah. You have proven that Muslim hearts filled with confidence in God and the Day of Judgment, which will not bow to oppression, can create such heroism that will bring the arrogant powers of the world and their well-equipped armies to their knees.

The army, which you have managed with your perseverance to keep outside Gaza City for the past 20 days, is the same army that took large portions of three Arab states in just six days.

You must be proud of your unshakable faith in God almighty and his promises, of your courage, patience and sacrifices, as today, the whole of the Muslim world is proud of it. Your resistance has brought shame on the US, the Zionist regime and their supporters in the United Nations and in certain Islamic countries.

Today, not only Muslim nations, but also many European and American nations have acknowledged your righteousness. In our eyes, you are victorious today and with the continuation of your resistance, you will further bring shame to the enemy.

You must remember that "Your Lord has not forsaken you, nor has He become displeased," and that "Soon your Lord will give you so that you shall be well pleased," God willing.

But even so the atrocities committed in Gaza and the death of innocent Palestinians, especially the children, has deeply saddened us. Our entire nation is in mourning because of the crimes committed by the occupiers of Palestine which are broadcast from our television channels everyday.

I pray to God for a speedy victory. As God almighty never goes back on his promises and has said "And surely Allah will help him who helps His cause; most surely Allah is Strong, Mighty" and "Those who strive, strive for their own good"….

Those among the Arab world who have committed treachery must know that a fate no better than that of the Jewish people involved in the battle of the clans will befall them, as God almighty has said "He also brought down their allies among the people of the scripture from their secure positions."

The nations of the world stand beside the people and resistance fighters of Gaza. Any government that goes against the will of its nation will further distance itself from its people and the fate of such government is obvious.

They must remember that the Commander of the Faithful Ali ibn Abi Talib has said "Living a life of defeat is death and a death with dignity is life."

I salute you and the resistance fighters of Gaza and the oppressed and resistant people of Gaza.

Aside from the Islamic Republic of Iran's efforts to aid you, which we have viewed it as our duty, I pray for you day and night. I wish you patience and victory from God almighty.

"Peace be unto you and unto every pious person so may the mercy of Allah and His blessings"

Seyyed Ali Khamenei


Source: South Lebanon at http://jnoubiyeh.blogspot.com/