Sunday, July 29, 2018

Something to Think About . . .

Related Off-site Links:
U.N. General Assembly Condemns Israel’s Massacre of Gaza ProtestersDemocracy Now! (June 14, 2018).
After Warning of "Large and Painful Military Operation," Israel Begins Massive Bombing of Gaza – Jake Johnson (Common Dreams, July 20, 2018).
Israel Launches Major Assault Against Gaza – Maureen Clare Murphy (The Electronic Intifada, July 20, 2018).
The World Is Silent as Isarel Bombs PalestineFriends of Syria (July 15, 2018).
EU Calls on Israel to Stop Using "Excessive Force" Against CiviliansMiddle East Monitor (July 26, 2018).
Israeli “Self-defense” Against Palestinians Is Logically Impossible – Greg Shupak (The Electronic Intifada, July 26, 2018).
Death Toll in Gaza Rises to 61, After Israeli Military Massacres ProtestersDemocracy Now! (May 15, 2018).
U.S. Refuses to Criticize Israel’s Massacre of 60+ Palestinians During Nonviolent ProtestDemocracy Now! (May 16, 2018).
Israel Challenges the World: I Am an Apartheid State, What Are You Going to Do About It?Middle East Monitor (July 23, 2018).
Israel Wants to Break Gaza Once and For All – Maureen Clare Murphy (The Electronic Intifada, July 11, 2018).

Above: Israeli forces violently attacking Palestinians as they evict them from their homes in Khan Al-Ahmar village of Jerusalem on July 4, 2018. (Photo: Issam Rimawi/Anadolu Agency)

Above: A fireball exploding in Gaza City during Israeli bombardment on July 20, 2018. Israeli aircraft and tanks hit targets throughout the Gaza Strip. Gaza's health ministry is reporting that three Palestinians have been killed. (Photo: Bashar Taleb/AFP via Getty Images)

Above: The body of a Palestinian child who died of tear gas inhalation during protests, according to Gaza's health ministry, is carried through the streets of Gaza City, May 15, 2018, (Photographer unknown)

Above: A wounded Palestinian protestor is evacuated near the border fence with occupied lands, in Rafah in southern Gaza Strip on April 20, 2018. (Photo: AFP)

See also the previous Wild Reed posts:
Quote of the Day – May 15, 2018
For Some Jews, Israel's Treatment of Palestinians is Yet Another Jewish Tragedy
Israeli Policy, Not Anti-Semitism, at the Root of Disruption at Creating Change 2016 Conference
Remembering the Six-Day War and Its Ongoing Aftermath
Quote of the Day – August 12, 2014
Something to Think About – July 18, 2014
"We Will Come Together in Our Pain"
Thoughts on Prayer in a "Summer of Strife"

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