"Since 8 July - in just 51 days - Israel, a regional superpower, bombarded Gaza by F16, helicopter, drone, artillery, tank, ship and other weaponry. It dropped almost 20,000 tons of explosives on Gaza, roughly equivalent to the atomic bomb dropped on Nagasaki. It displaced over 485,000 people with 240,000 fleeing to already overcrowded UN shelters. It destroyed 16,000 homes. It damaged 21 hospitals, 167 schools, 108 mosques, 52 fishing boats, 18 charities, five universities, five high-rise buildings, and eight water and waste plants. Electricity supplies were also cut off after the bombing of Gaza’s only power plant. As a direct result of Israel’s destruction of basic and essential health services, the United Nations recently predicted an outbreak of serious diseases such as typhoid andcholera, not seen in Gaza for decades. “Oh yeah, and it killed more than 2,000 people, the vast majority civilians. The only thing about the recent Israeli assault on Gaza that this inhumanity is that the vast majority of Israelis supported it, and refused to take responsibility for it…!!
How must they feel? How do they start their lives again? How do we take care of their kids? Will the world now help after standing back and watching?"
— Robert Martin
Dear idiotic BBC, they are not militants, they are the resistance. Because it is their country and they are resisting Israel’s occupation. Simple..!!
— Ramzy Baroud
I hope this war on Gaza is truly over. The resistance have fought valiantly against one of the worlds military superpowers, showing courage and commitment against an army of child-killers. Israel have shown themselves to the world in their true colours, so many more people are awake to the lies and will never be fooled again. The people of Gaza have paid a terrible price and the rest of us have a duty to carry on the fight for the rights of the people of Gaza, it is the very least we can do…!