Tuesday, November 20

Mazin Qumsiyeh: "Stay human". This simple message is most pertinent today

More than 105 Palestinians were murdered so far in Gaza (and a few in the West Bank), 30 of them children.  Israeli warplanes targeted residential neighborhoods in Gaza for the seventh straight day (>1400 bombings) and round the clock.  In one shelling of a building (which Israel says was a "technical glitch"), nine members of Al-Dalou family were killed with two neighbors.  Here are the names of the known martyrs of this one shelling alone:

Mohammed Jamal Al-Dalou, the father with his four children:
Yousef Mohammed Jamal Al-Dalou, 10 years old
Jamal Mohammed Jamal Al-Dalou, 7 year old
Ranin Mohammed Jamal Al-Dalou, 5 years old
Ibrahim Mohammed Jamal Al-Dalou, 1 year old
Jamal Al-Dalou, the grandfather
Sulafa Al Dalou, 46 years old
Samah Al-Dalou, 25 years old
Tahani Al-Dalou, 50 years old
Ameina Matar Al-Mzanner, 83 years old.
Abdallah Mohammed Al-Mzanner, 23 years old 

In the West Bank, an Israeli gas bomb shot into a Palestinain home near Qalandia checkpoint burned to death a 20-month-old baby by the name of Najib Ahmed Najib. Israeli occupation forces critically injured many Palestinians including in Bethlehem.  And in Nebi Saleh they used live ammunition against stone throwing Palestinian.  In the volley of live bullets, they murdered our friend Rushdi Tamimi (brother of Nariman Tamimi who is featured in many videos I sent earlier).  Here is a video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4L3oaYtyLs

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Video of Al-Dalou children http://youtu.be/1X67Bzm7OqI
Video of the aftermath from AlJazeerah http://blogs.aljazeera.com/topic/gaza/video-family-buries-ten-members-killed-israeli-airstrike

Some photos from different locations by Activestills
Names of Palestinian victims of the current assault on Gaza

In pain and agony but with renewed determination and hope

Our friend Vittorio used to end his messages with "Stay human".  This simple message is most pertinent today

Mazin Qumsiyeh, PhD

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