Jews Murder Palestinians
& Arabs - Part 7
November 9, 1969: A house in the village of Baqurah was the subject
of Israeli infiltration. One farmer was killed and two women injured in
November 24, 1969: An Israeli patrol attacked six Jordanian shepherds,
killed four and kidnapped a fifth.
December 3, 1969: Two farmers from the village of Waqqas were
wounded by Israeli snipers.
December 6, 1969: Two Israeli jet fighters attacked the area of
Al Rayhanat. As a result one girl, fourteen years old, was killed and two
civilians were wounded.
December 8, 1969: Israeli forces shelled the city of Irbid. As
a result of this attack, one woman and a man were killed and six civilians,
four of whom were women, were seriously injured.
December 21, 1969: Waves of Israeli fighter bombers raided the
villages of Kufr Asad, Sama and Izmal. As a result, six soldiers were killed
and nineteen others wounded and ten civilians were wounded and a girl,
four years old, was killed.
December 31, 1969: Eight Israeli planes attacked the villages
of Kufr Asad, Zahar, Dauqara and Sum. As a result 11 civilians were killed,
six of whom were children between two and seven years old and three of
whom were women. Twelve civilians were wounded, some seriously.
January 1-2, 1970: Israeli jets strafed the villages of Rayhanah,
Wadi Yabis and Waqqas. One child was killed and three civilians wounded,
one of them a woman.
January 3, 1970: Units of the Israeli regular armed kidnapped
11 Lebanese civilians. At the same time other units of the Israeli regular
armed kidnapped 10 Lebanese soldiers and destroyed a guard house.
January 14, 1970: Two Israeli helicopter strafed a heard of camel
in Fefah, south of the Dead Sea. The shepherd and eight of his camels were
January 16, 1970: Four Israeli jets attacked the villages of Deir
Alla and Wadi Yabis. Three civilians were killed and another five wounded.
January 18, 1970: Israeli forces opened up mortar fire on Jordanian
farmers in Tall-As-Sukkar. As a result, four farmers were killed and six
wounded, among them a woman.
January 20, 1970: An Israeli battalion with armored carriers and
tanks supported by Israeli military aircraft killing one civilian and wounding
another three, two of them women.
January 25, 1970: Israeli armed forces shelled the village of
Aita edh Chaab. As a result two Lebanese civilians were killed and one
civilian and one soldier were wounded.
February 12, 1970: Israeli Phantom jet planes against the National
Metal Products Factory at Abu Zaabal in the United Arab Republic, 80 persons
killed and a greater number of workers wounded.
February 27, 1970: An Israeli patrol kidnapped four Lebanese shepherds.
March 7, 1970: The Israeli armed forces attacked the village of
Edh Chaab. They killed a Lebanese army sergeant, kidnapped two civilians,
and wounded one.
March 12, 1970: Israeli forces invaded part of South Lebanon
known as "Fatah-Land" killing a number of Palestinian and Lebanese civilians.
March 17, 1970: Israeli forces shelled with mortars the villages
of Blida, Baiss-Al-Jabal and Aitaroun. One civilian was killed, six others
March 27, 1970: Four Israeli jets attacked areas northwest of
Karak. Two were killed and five sounded.
April 2, 1970: The Israeli air force and army initiated
an attack against Syria. 16 Syrian soldiers, including 4 officers, were
killed. Thirty-seven other Syrian soldiers were wounded.
April 8, 1970: Israeli Phantom jets attacked a primary school
(the Bahr Al Bakr School) in the village of Houssaneya in Sharkia Province,
murdering 31 school children and wounding another 36; the attack also resulted
in the killing and wounding of other civilians.
May 5, 1970: Four waves of Israeli jets attacked the road between
Kuraymah and Shunah Esh Shamaliyah. Four civilians were wounded.
May 15, 1970: Israeli occupying forces shelled the villages of
Deir Abu Said and Malka from the Syrian Heights. Two girls, 10 and 3 years
old, were wounded; a woman was killed and another civilian
May 18, 1970: Waves of Skyhawks attacked the villages of Um Qays
and Zamal. One woman and a man were killed and two, including a child,
May 22, 1970: Israeli artillery began a massive shelling of the
Lebanese villages of Yaround, Blida, Aitroun and Bennt Jbail. 20 persons
were killed and 40 others wounded. The victims included a large number
of women and children.
May 25, 1970: Israeli forces clashed on Lebanese territory with
a Lebanese patrol, killing one Lebanese officer and one soldier and wounding
six other soldiers.
June 3, 1970: Waves of Israeli fighter bombers attacked the villages
of Shuna Shamaliyyah and Kuraimah. As a result two children, a boy and
a girl, were killed. Nine other civilians were wounded, among them two
children. This Israeli attack aiming at civilians and civilian targets
happened two days after the killing of a child and the serious wounding
of five others between the ages of three months and twelve years. Six others,
among them two women, were also wounded.
June 6, 1970: Israeli helicopters attacked a Bedouin camp near
Aqaba. One civilian was killed and a 6 year old child was wounded.
June 30, 1970: Two Israeli jets attacked and strafed a civilian
bus. As a result of this attack, two of the passengers were killed and
thirteen others, including a woman and a six year old child, were wounded,
Jews Murder Palestinians &
Arabs - Part 8
July 7, 1970: Israeli jets heavily attacked the village of Kufr Awan
and the suburbs of Irbid; 8 were killed and 13 were seriously wounded.
July 10, 1970: Israeli jets attacked the village of Kufr Awa and
the suburbs of the town of Irbid. As a result of this Israeli attack against
centers of civilians, 7 were killed, and 27 wounded, some seriously.
July 12, 1970: Dr. Ahmad Ali Khalaf, a psychiatrist from Behtlehem,
was expelled after over a month of arbitrary imprisonment and brutal torture.
July 13, 1970: A mine exploded under a vehicle wounding two Jordanians
in the area of Al Makhnak.
July 15, 1970: Two Israeli jets attacked the village of Esh-Shunah
Ash-Shamilyah. 13 farmers were wounded, some seriously.
July 19, 1970: Israeli jets attacked the villages of Arjan in
the Ajloun area and Eun Jumla, Dubein, Jarrash Al Majdel and As Sukhnah.
One farmer was killed and two others were wounded.
July 28, 1970: An Israeli patrol crossed the river Jordan to the
East Bank near Tel Es Sukar, and laid mines in the main road. In the next
day the mines exploded under two civilian cars; twelve persons were wounded.
July 29, 1970: Israeli jets attacked the villages of Arjan in
the Ajloun area and Ein Jumla, Dubein, Jarrash Al Majdel and As Sukhnah;
one farmer was killed and two others wounded.
August 28, 1970: Israeli jets raided the areas of Deir Alla and
Khirbat Sbeera; two civilians were killed and six people were wounded,
including three soldiers.
October 19, 1970: The Israelis opened fire on shepherds living
east of El Kuneitra, killing one of them.
December 13, 1970: The Israelis completely bulldozed the two villages
of Ain Aisha and Jwezeh.
December 28, 1970: Israeli troops attacked the village killing
an old Lebanese man in his sixties and a girl thirteen years old. Two other
Lebanese civilians were wounded.
January 14, 1971: Before midnight, five Israeli helicopters landed
armed units in the Lebanese coastal village of Sarafand. As a result two
Lebanese civilians were wounded.
June 5, 1971: Israeli armed forces shelled the village of Ramya
with mortars, killing one civilian.
September 18, 1971: Israeli forces directed large calibre machine
gun fire at the village of Ramia, causing the death of two civilians, a
farmer and his wife.
January 11, 1972: Israeli artillery shelled the village of Rachayya
al Fakhar, killing one Lebanese woman, wounding her husband and destroying
April 17, 1972: Israeli troops fired on Egyptian prisoners of
war on Tuesday night killing one of them.
June 23, 1972: Two Israeli forces jet aircraft dropped five bombs
on Dir el Assyr, killing 10, 12 wounded and four houses destroyed. Also,
four Israeli Phantom jet aircraft attacked with bombs the Lebanese region
of Dir el Assyr causing the death of 20 Lebanese civilians, injuring 18
others and damaging 25 house.
September 6, 1972: Israeli armed forces. The preliminary reports
indicate that 61 Lebanese soldiers were either killed or wounded.
September 8, 1972: 24 Israeli military aircraft carried out a
raid against the communities of Rachayya el Wadi, al Rafid and Mukhayyan
Nahr el Bared. (a) Twelve Lebanese Palestinian civilians killed, including
10 children, one man and one woman. Seven brothers and sisters were among
the children; (b) thirty four Lebanese Palestinian civilians wounded, among
them 15 children. The age of the children ranged between 8 and 15 years;
(c) Two Lebanese civilians reported missing. One of the two is the father
of the seven brothers and sisters who were killed.
September 8, 1972: Without any apparent cause or reason, Israeli
Phantoms bombed Palestinian targets in Lebanon and Syria in a series of
raids killing hundreds of civilians.
October 15, 1972: Israeli aircraft bombed four places in Lebanon.
Three Lebanese civilians were seriously wounded. Several Palestinians were
killed and many were wounded.
October 30, 1972: Israeli air squadrons bombed four residential
areas. There were many casualties, including a number of women and children.
November 21, 1972: The Israeli air force carried out a number
of raids against the villages of Nawa, Hara and Kalaat-Bani-Maarouf. It
killed 10 civilians and wounded 13 more, including women and children.
December 27, 1972: Israeli aircraft carried out a raid in the
southern part of Syria, killing a number of civilians.
December 31, 1971: The Israeli air force attacked a civilian area
in the central region of Syria and inflicted a number of civilian casualties,
including women and children.
January 8, 1973: Israeli aircraft made attacks. and that well
over 80 civilians (men, women, and children) were killed. Over 20 houses
were completely destroyed. The Israelis attacked a village, including the
school, many times and that 30 civilians were killed and more than 50 were
wounded. Later Israeli aircraft attacked the village and rockets were dropped
and 6 civilians were killed and 10 wounded.
February 21, 1973: Israel attacked two Palestinian refugees camps,
dynamited several houses and buildings, killing 35 refugees and wounding
a similar number. On this same day ISRAELI AIRCRAFT SHOT DOWN A PEACEFUL
LIBYAN CIVIL BOEING 727 airliner, MURDERING 106 INNOCENT PASSENGERS.
March 9, 1973: The Israeli authorities killed three Palestinians
who happened to be in a house belonging to Mr. Rashed Musmar in the Gaza
April 10, 1973: Israeli commando units with the help of some Lebanese
collaborators stormed into a residential quarter in East Beirut and killed
three PLO leaders.
March 8, 1974: Artillery fire from Israeli territory fell in the
vicinity of El Majidiye, Rachaiya El Foukhar, El Hebbariye, El Fardis,
Kfar Chouba, and Ghandouriye, causing injury to a Lebanese woman.
March 19, 1974: Israeli artillery once more launched an attack,
shelling the village of Durbol. A number of innocent civilians were killed
or wounded. Several houses were destroyed. A United Nations observation
post was damaged and two UNTSO observers were wounded. In addition, a Syrian
Liaison officer was wounded.
March 26, 1974: Rounds of artillery and rocket fire exploded at
the northern outskirts and central area of the village of El Harra killing
seven men and two women, and damaged a house in the same area, killing
April 12-13, 1974: During the night Israeli forces commandos caused
an unknown number of deaths and kidnapped several persons and carried them
into Israel. Artillery fire fire on the Syrian village of Saassa causing
injuries to five civilians in the village. One round of artillery fire
had impacted on the center of the village square wounding five children.
April 18, 1974: Israeli forces artillery fire and destroying three
houses and wounding eight civilians. Israeli air forces launched a missile
attack on the village of Qalaat Jendal. Eight civilians were wounded and
three houses were destroyed in the shelling.
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Arabs - Part 9
April 25, 1974: Israeli forces artillery fire and aircraft rockets
impacted in the village of Qalaat wounding eight civilians.
April 27, 1974: Israeli military positions bombarded the region
of the village of Rime and the village of Durbol itself. One civilian was
April 30, 1974: Intermittent artillery fire from Israel territory
fell in the vicinity of Naqoura, causing injury to a Lebanese soldier and
also material damage.
May 2, 1974: Israeli forces aircraft; injuring four military personnel
and two civilians.
May 13, 1974: Israeli forces aircraft attacked the village with
bombs; and resulted in four persons were killed and six wounded.
May 15, 1974: Israeli artillery shelled the villages of Mabay,
severely wounding two children.
May 16, 1974: The Israeli Air Force strafed several populated
and defenseless locations, raining death and destruction. It has not been
possible to determine the final count of casualties and the extent of damage.
However, it is known that the number of persons killed is over 40 and that
of the wounded over 180.
May 19, 1974: Four Israeli warships fired on the Rachidiye camp;
killing 7 persons and wounding 35 others.
May 21, 1974: The village of Ain Qeniawere attacked by two Israeli
forces jet aircraft, causing death to three Lebanese children and injury
May 23, 1974: The village of Bqaaseem was shelled, resulting in
the wounding of villagers and damage to house.
May 28, 1974: The village of Kfar Haour was shelled by artillery,
resulting in injuries to five civilians in an underground shelter.
June 20, 1974: Israeli forces aircraft attacked with rockets and
bombs three camps. Several persons were reported killed or wounded.
October 5, 1974: Israeli forces artillery fire fell in the vicinity
of Blida, causing death to 3 Lebanese and injury to 12 others.
November 11, 1974: Bombs fell in a field where a Lebanese family
of 20 was working, killing three instantly and wounding a fourth who died
December 12, 1974: The town of Nabatiye had been shelled by artillery.
Six persons had been wounded by artillery fire.
1975-1980: Israeli's intelligence service, the Mossad, distinguished
itself by feats of terrorist actions that killed a number of Arab and Palestinian
diplomats, scientists and journalists.
January 1, 1975: An Israeli force caused the death to four Lebanese
citizens, injury to another.
January 11-17, 1975: Israel launched vicious attacks on the Lebanese
village of Kfar Shouba, 11 Lebanese villagers were wounded and six others
kidnapped by Israeli soldiers.
May 17, 1975: 81 mm mortar shells, fired by Israeli artillery
at the town of Aitaroun and caused the death of nine children at play,
whose ages ranged between four and twelve years. In addition, three other
children were seriously injured.
May 25, 1975: Israeli artillery fire and rockets and bombs from
Israeli jet aircraft wounding three soldiers and causing damage to material
June 15, 1975: A large formation of Israeli war planes raided
the village of Kfar Shouba. One person was killed, three wounded and two
were missing and many houses were destroyed.
July 6-7, 1975: During the night Israeli artillery shelled a number
of villages in southern Lebanon along a wide front. One woman was killed
at El-Aadaisseh, two persons were wounded.
July 23, 1975: Israeli forces crossed the southern Lebanese border
and twopersons were wounded and 29 houses were damaged. On the same day
Israeli soldiers wounded three passengers. Later on in the day the Israelis
fired two explosive shells, hitting the eastern entrance of the village
of Ain Ibl. Two deaths and seven wounded.
August 4, 1975: Israeli forces artillery fired on Tyre,
causing the death of four Lebanese army officers and the wounding of a
August 5, 1975: Israeli forces launched a land, sea and air attack
on the town of Tyre (Sour). Four Lebanese officers were killed and a fifth
was wounded. Two civilians were killed and a third wounded. On the same
day the Israeli air force bombarded and strafed the southern Lebanese village.
Five civilians were killed, 10 were wounded.
August 20, 1975: Israeli forces jet aircraft attacked the Lebanese
villages of Ham and Maaraboune. 4 Lebanese were killed and 19 wounded.
Four Israeli aircraft raided the Lebanese villages of Ham and Ma'raboun
in the district of Baalbek. Three innocent Lebanese were killed and 15
others wounded. Nine other homes were destroyed.
September 2, 1975: Israeli force jet aircraft attacked with bombs
and rockets, the village of Abour Qamah, causing the death of two person,
injury to eight others and material damage.
September 3, 1975: Israeli forces jet aircraft attacked with rockets
and bombs the Lebanese coastal towns of El Bourghliye and El Qasmiye, causing
casualties of two children, the wounding of eight citizens and material
September 11, 1975: Six Israeli jets bombed the region of Burghuliyeh,
two Lebanese children were killed and six others, including four children,
October 15, 1975: An Israeli APC opened MG fire across "A" line,
killing a woman and a man.
November 27, 1975: Israeli forces causing the death of one Lebanese,
December 2, 1975: Israeli jet aircraft attacked several targets
causing both Lebanese and Palestinian civilian casualties and material
April 17, 1976: Zionist demonstrators, carrying guns and mortars,
and with the protection of the Israeli army, initiated a march through
the occupied West Bank a number of Palestinians were brutally murdered
by Israeli troops and many more were wounded.
May 1, 1976: Zionist troops opened fire into a crowd of unarmed
Palestinian demonstrators One Palestinian was killed; several others were
May 3, 1977: The Israeli military forces of occupation opened
fire on Palestinian demonstrators in the town of Qabatya and killed a 15-year-old
boy and a 55-year-old woman.
November 8, 1977: Israeli gunners shelled the town of Tyre where
10 people were killed and 20 wounded, all of whom were Lebanese.
November 9, 1977: Israeli war planes raided several villages;
60 dead were uncovered and 120 others injured, all Lebanese civilians.
August 20, 1978: Israel sent its warplanes on a mission of death
and destruction against innocent Palestinian refugees of the town of Damour
and the Burj Al-Barajnah 4 were killed and 25 wounded.
December 20, 1978: Eight Israeli warplanes fired rockets on the
refugee camp of Bourjesh-Shimaly. Five persons suffered injuries as a result
of the raid. Zahr al Burj was raided. One innocent civilian was killed
and three others, including an infant, were wounded. The refugee camp al
Wasta Qasmiyah was raided, resulting in the death of a woman, serious injuries
to three others.
December 21, 1978: Israeli artillery shelled the Lebanese army
unit stationed at Kaoukaba. As a result of this shelling, 1 person was
killed and 4 were wounded.
March 12, 1979: A military checkpoint was set up on the Bir Zeit-Ramallah
road. The soldiers turned After the demonstrations ended the Israeli soldiers
opened fire on a number of people standing in one of the main streets of
Bir Zeit, hitting four of them in the back killing them.
April 10, 1979: The Israeli Air Force carried out raids on the
towns of Damour and Tyre, killing three children and a woman and wounding
three men in Damour, and killing one civilian and wounding four others
in Tyre. Several houses were destroyed.
April 22, 1979: Israeli naval and air forces raided the Palestinian
refugee camp of Nahr El-Bared in north Lebanon. Four residents were killed
and ten wounded.
May 6, 1979: Four Israeli warplanes raided the Palestinian refugee
camp at Nahr al Bared near Tripoli. One infant and five other civilians
were killed and 10 others were wounded.
May 23, 1979: The Israeli air force raided the towns of Haret
El-Naame, Damour, Aichiye and Rihan. 20 Civilians were killed and injured,
among them children and women, and material damages were extensive. Israeli
naval vessels launched an attack against the city of Tyre and the neighboring
area, resulting in the killing of at least two civilians and the wounding
of many others.
June 24, 1979: The Israeli air force carried out a series of attacks
on civilian targets which resulted in 20 casualties, most of them women
July 22, 1979: Israeli aircraft raided the towns of Al-Damour
and Na'ameh. Casualties, all civilian, according to preliminary reports
were 8 killed, including 3 women and 1 child, and 19 wounded.
1980: There were so many incidents of murder and mayhem in 1980
it is not possible to list in this short report.
June 1982: Israeli forced launched their savage invasion of Lebanon.
Killing nearly one thousand people and wounding many others.
1982: The Massacres of Sabra and Shatila Camps by the Israelis!
The massacres, the King David Hotel, the Semiramis Hotel, Deir Yassin,
Dawayma, Kibya, Kafr Kassem, the USS Liberty and the Libyan Boeing 727
Airliner; practically pale into insignificance compared the carnage perpetrated
at the Sabra and Shatila Palestinian Refugee Camps in Beirut, Lebanon,
during the Israeli invasion of Lebanon in 1982.
The mass murder of more than 2,750 men, women and children (according
to a body count taken in the camps by the International Committee of the
Red Cross on September 23, 1982) whose only "crime" was to be homeless
exiles from their native land; by the Phalangist puppets of the Israelis
has been studied exhaustively. The Israelis ordered the Phalangist Military
forces to conduct the genocide attack against helpless Palestinians.
July 17, 1982: U.S. supplied F-4 and F-5 jets swooped low over
Beirut 200 people were killed and 800 wounded. Forty percent of the victims
were small children, and one of the survivors was an unborn baby pulled
by doctors from the dead mother's womb.
September 1982: Israeli raids resulted in the destruction of much
of Beirut, killing and wounding thousands of Palestinians and Lebanese
civilians. It was during this invasion that the massacre of the Sabra and
Shatila refugee camps was committed. Where over 2,500 Palestinian women,
children and elderly people were slaughtered in cold blood. Even the Israeli
high court held a number of the Israeli military officers, including Sharon,
April 1988: Israeli commando units stormed into the house of Khalil
Al Wazir, in Tunis. Al Wazir who was the most senior PLO military commander
and believed to be in charge of the Intifada, was murdered while sleeping.
February and March 1989: Israeli F-16 planes pounded Palestinian
targets in Lebanon's Shouf Mountains, Damour and the Beka's killing a numbers
of civilians, including 15 school children in Damour.
April 14, 1989: Israeli border guards and settlers attacked the
peaceful and unarmed village of Nahalin near Bethlehem. Eight Palestinians
were massacred for no reason and over 50 were injured.