Jews Murder Palestinians & Arabs
Parts 1 through 6
By Willie Martin

Jew Watch

Jews Murder Palestinians & Arabs - Part 1

    There are those who say the Jews don't condone murder. Well history proves this to be a lie, they do condone murder and are the greatest mass murderers that have ever existed. The murder of over 60 million in Russia and Eastern Europe; as well as the more than 100 million Chinese murdered by the Jewish mass murderer Mao se-tung. Some will say he was no Jew but Life Magazine had a story about him in early 1950 or 1951 which stated that he was.

     Following is a "PARTIAL" list of atrocities and murders committed by the Jews against the Palestinians and Arabs. Some will always say don't brand all of a people for what a few do. Well it is not possible for a few Jews to do what they do without the complacement of the vast majority of the others agreeing to it. It is much like a group of people who go and rob a bank. When they are captured they are arrested and anyone who can be found that knew about the robbery, as they are just as guilty as those who did the actual deed. The same it is with the Jews, while all Jews may not participate in the deed, they all know what is happening and do nothing tostop it.

     Read the sordid story and decide for yourself what is true and what is not.

 "Whereas Edom (the Jews) saith, We are impoverished, but we will return and build the desolate places; thus saith the Lord of hosts, They shall build, but I will throw down; and they shall call them, The border of wickedness, and, The people against whom the Lord hath indignation forever." (Malachi 1:4)

 The Jews after: Having expelled 800,000 Palestinians from the 80% of Palestine they occupied in 1948, committed massacres against the Palestinians and plundered all Palestinian lands, homes and possessions, the Zionist leaders continued their campaign of war crime, crimes against humanity and genocide against the Palestinians and Christians. From 1948 to the present they committed these crimes according to a carefully designed and calculated policy. In her book, "Israel's Sacred Terrorism,"...The policy portrayed, in its most intimate particulars, is one of deliberate acts of Israeli provocation, intended to generate Arab hostility and thus to create pretexts for armed action and territorial expansion...It is becoming increasingly evident that the exceptional demographic and geographic alterations in Israeli society within the present generation have been brought about, not as the accidental results of the endeavor to guard 'Israel's security' against an 'Arab threat' but by a drive for lebensraum." (Livia Rokach, Israel's Sacred Terrorism (Belmont, Mass.: Association of Arab American University Graduates Press, 1986, Preface, p. xvii)

 The Haganah, the Irgun Z'vai Leumi and the Stern Gang cooperated together in committing these crimes against the Palestinian Arabs. The Jewish National Fund and the Custodian of Enemy Property were in charge of the plunder, looting and usurpation of Arab lands, homes and worldly possessions.

 Massacres Committed by the Jews in Palestine  A Partial List

 The worst of the massacres were the King David Hotel, the Semiramis Hotel, Deir Yassin, Dawayma, Kibya, Kafr Kassim, the attack against the USS Liberty and the Libyan Boeing 727 Airliner, and the massacres against Sabra and Shatila and other  refugee camps in Lebanon. Following are just a few of the many massacres committed by the Jewish/Zionists; specifically the Hagana, Irgun and Stern Gangs of Israel: The Massacre of

1. King David Hotel, July 22, 1946.
2. Sharafat, Feb. 7, 1951.
3. Deir Yassin, April 10, 1948.
4. Naseruddine, April 14, 1948.
5. Carmel, April 20, 1948.
6. Al-Qabu, May 1, 1948.
7. Beit Kiras, May 3, 1948.
8. Beitkhoury, May 5, 1948.
9. Az-Zaytoun, May 6, 1948.
10. Wadi Araba, May 13, 1950.
11. Falameh, April 2, 1951.
12. Quibya, Oct. 14, 1953.
13. Nahalin, March, 28, 1954.
14. Gaza, Feb. 28, 1955.
15. Khan Yunis, May 31, 1955.
16. Khan Yunis Again, Aug. 31, 1955.
17. Tiberia, Dec. 11, 1955.
18. As-Sabha, Nov. 2, 1955.
19. Gaza Again, April 5, 1956.
20. Houssan, Sept. 25, 1956.
21. Rafa, Aug. 16, 1956.
22. Qalqilyah, Oct. 10, 1956.
23. Ar-Rahwa, Sept. 12, 1956.
24. Kahr Kassem, Oct. 29, 1956.
25. Gharandal, Sept. 13, 1956.
26. Gaza Strip, Nov. 1956.
 July 2, 1946: The King David Hotel in Jerusalem was bombed. Killing 91 people. Menachem Begin, who was recently given the so-called Nobel Peace Prize (It seems this prize is given to the people who can kill the most Christians and get away with it!), and is the same Begin who planned the destruction of the King David Hotel and the massacre of Deir Yassin. Ex-prime minister, Shamir, was originally a member of the Jewish terrorist gang called Irgun, which was headed by none other than Menachem Begin. Shamir later moved over to the even more radical "Stern Gang," which committed many vicious atrocities. Shamir himself has defended the various assassinations committed by the Irgun and Stern gangs on the grounds that "it was the only way we could operate, because we were so small. So it was more efficient and more moral to go for selected targets."

 1946: Treaty. President Truman ordered the augmentation of U.S. Troops along the zonal occupation line and the reinforcement of air forces in Northern Italy after Yugoslav forces shot down an unarmed U.S. Army transport plane flying over Venezia Giulia. Earlier U.S. Naval units had been dispatched to the scene. The Irgun Gang murdered almost 100 British by bombing the King David Hotel. Terrorism also was (and still is) routinely practiced against Arabs to stampede them out of Palestine, thereby reducing their demographic strength even as uninvited Jews stream into the country.

 April 9, 1948: Deir Yassin Massacre. The first major massacre in the 1948 War was the massacre of Deir Yassin on April 9/10, 1948. It was designed to spread terror and panic among the Palestinian population in every city and village of Palestine in order to frighten them into fleeing, so that their homes and land could be confiscated for the use of Jewish colonialist settlers.

Jews Murder Palestinians & Arabs - Part 2

 1948: The following testimony of a soldier who participated in the occupation of the Palestinian village of Dawayma They killed between eighty to one hundred Arab men, women and children.

 1948: The Semiramis Hotel Massacre, in the Katamon section of Jerusalem. Thirty seven killed, 16 injured.

 May 1948: The U.S. appointed Count Folke Bernadotte of Sweden was murdered in Jerusalem.

 1950-1955: Israeli forces unleashed more than 40 acts of armed aggressions against Arab states, almost all causing a heavy loss of life.

 May 6, 1951: Intense mortar fire lasting fifteen minutes was opened on the Arab positions above Shamalne village, with several rounds falling on the village itself. Numerous casualties have been reported, the observer seeing three Arab dead and two wounded.

 May 7, 1951: The Israeli Army attacking with artillery, air force and infantry, the Arabs of Shamalne village who were expelled from the demilitarized zone, leaving behind six killed and forty-seven wounded.

 May 9, 1951: Israeli forces started shelling and machine-gunning the village of Shamalne. One woman was killed.

 October 19, 1951: A raid during the night of October 19 resulted in the destruction of the Gaza ice factory, the death of one Arab boy and the injury of eleven other persons.

 October 14, 1953: A battalion scale attack was launched by Israeli troops on the village of Qibya in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. The Israelis entered the village and systematically murdered all occupants of many houses. The dead four men and 38 women and children bore small arms or grenade wounds. Several more bodies were still under the wreckage.

 October 14, 1953: The Nazis organized a separate all-volunteer army, under Heinrich Himmler, the Waffen SS. The SS was responsible for the majority of the German war atrocities comparable to those committed by the Zionists. In 1953, Ben-Gurion established an SS equivalent in the Zahal, designated as Commando Unit 101. This all-volunteer unit was responsible for the Kibya massacre and was given exemption from the rules of war as if the Geneva Convention never existed. The first, and only, commander of Commando Unit 101 was Ariel Sharon, the single person most responsible years later for the notorious Sabra dn Shatila massacre in Beirut, Lebanon. The guilt of Commando Unit 101 was the in the most sinister fashion extended first to the Israeli Airborne forces, and subsequently to the entire career officer corps of the Israeli Army.

 October 14-15, 1953: Under the command of Ariel Sharon, Israeli squads attacked the unarmed Arab village of Qibya in the demilitarized one. Where they killed more than sixty residents who were trapped inside. The details were so gruesome that the U.S. joined in a U.N. condemnation of the Israeli action, and for the first and only time, suspended aid to Israel in reprisal.

 December 18, 1953: Captain Mansur Mouawad, a Lebanese physician in the service of the Army of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, was murdered.

 December 21, 1953: An armed group attacked a Bedouin camp near Tarqumyia wounding one man.

 December 21, 1953: An armed group, using explosives and automatic weapons, attacked a house near Hebron killing one pregnant woman and two men.

 February 17, 1954: An armed group, using explosives and automatic weapons, attacked a house at Kharass Village (south central area) killing one Jordanian and wounding his ten- year-old son.

 February 18, 1954: A patrol of two Egyptian soldiers in Egyptian territory was attacked by armed Israelis hiding in ambush. One of the Egyptian soldiers was kidnapped and killed inside Israel-controlled territory, close to the demarcation line.

 February 19, 1954: Armed Israelis opened automatic fire across the demarcation line at an Arab working in his field. The Arab was seriously injured.

 March 29, 1954: Nahhalin village, an Israel armed force, 9 persons - 8 men and 1 woman were killed, and 14 others were injured and taken to a hospital.

 June 12, 1954: Israeli terrorist activities against the Arab population of Baqqara and Ghannama are continuing.

 August 30, 1954: An Israeli military force of about three platoons crossed the demarcation line into Jordan territory and opened fire against Kh. Sikka and Deir Al'Asal villages. One arab legionary was killed and three members of the Arab national Guard were wounded.

Jews Murder Palestinians & Arabs - Part 3

 September 1-2, 1954: A large force of Israeli soldiers, As a result, two Arab legionaries were killed, one was injured and three were abducted.

 February 28, 1955: Israeli armed forces against Egyptian armed forces inside Egyptian controlled territory near Gaza, causing many casualties, including 39 dead and 32 wounded.

 March 9, 1955: Israel was condemned for an incident, when an Arab farmer was wounded in the Gaza strip by an Israeli patrol which fired across the demarcation line.

 April 2, 1955: Israeli soldiers fired at an Egyptian outpost with rifles, automatic weapons and 3-inch mortars, two Egyptian soldiers had been wounded, one of whom had died of his wounds.

 October 16, 1955: Israel forces opened fire on the village of Dureijat, near the Banat Ya'coub bridge in Syrian territory. Two people were seriously wounded.

 October 22, 1955: An Israeli army detachment consisting of about 250 commandos crossed the demarcation line and entered Syrian territory. The detachment was equipped with heavy arms. As a consequence of which a Syrian officer and two soldiers were killed.

 October 27, 1955: An Israeli patrol attacked the village of Banias, seriously wounding an unarmed civilian.

 April  5, 1956: Israeli armed forces 33 civilians killed; 92 civilians and 7 of the Egyptian armed forces including an officer injured.

 August 2, 1956: An armed group from Israel killing 2 national guardsmen.

 August 16-17, 1956: Two serious incidents resulting in the death of nine Egyptians took place in the Egyptian controlled Gaza area.

 August 21, 1956: An Israel patrol crossed the demarcation line in the Kh. Umm ar Rihan area. As a result of which three Jordanian national guardsmen were wounded and one Israel soldier killed.

 August 30, 1956: An Israeli patrol crossed the demarcation line in Deir el Balah area. Two Egyptian soldiers were killed, two wounded.

 1956: Squads of Israeli soldiers committed a hideous atrocity in the Palestinian village of Kafr Qasim, forty-seven innocent people were shot down in cold blood.

 In October 1956: Israel, backed by England and France, attacked Egypt to gain control of the Suez Canal.

 1956: The Massacre of Kafr Kassim. The aftermath of Kibya was a continued, and still continuing, Zionist policy of perpetrating massacres to serve the political purpose of the Zionist clique. They decided to instill total fear in the hearts of the helpless Palestinian Arab communities, and selected the peaceful village of Kafr Kassim to perpetrate a cold-blooded massacre. Fifty one men, women and children were murdered on October 29, 1953, by the Frontier Guard force.

 September 11, 1956: Approximately one Israel battalion crossed the demarcation line and blew up the Khir-bat ar Rahwah police post and an empty school building in the same area, killing 5 Jordan policemen and 10 Jordan soldiers.

 September 13, 1956:  Israeli forces  destroyed a police post and school at Gharandal. Nine Jordanian policemen and two Jordanian civilians were killed.

 September 25-26, 1956: Israeli forces attacked Sharafi police post near Husan village. Thirty-seven Jordanian soldiers, two of whom were not seen by the United Nations observers, and two Jordanian civilians were killed and eleven Jordanians wounded. Also in Husan twenty-five Jordanians were killed including a seventy-year-old civilian and a twelve-year-old girl; six others were wounded including a seven-year-old girl.

 October 1, 1956: The Israeli army launched a major unprovoked and premeditated military attack against the Jordanian front villages of Qalqiliya, Kh. Sufin, Dablah, and En Nabi Ilyas. Twenty-five Jordanian soldiers and national guards were killed and thirteen wounded.

 October 11, 1956: The village of Qulqiliya by Israeli forces attacked the post with small arms and automatic weapons, inflicting casualties among the defenders, some of whom managed to escape.

 February 4, 1959: An armed Israeli patrol composed of four soldiers crossed the international frontier between Palestine and Egypt south of Rafah attacked with their small arms fire a Bedouin camp. A woman, and her child, was killed another woman was seriously wounded.

 February 17, 1959: Four citizens of the United Arab Republic were ambushed by an armed Israeli patrol inside United Arab Republic territory and four Egyptians were fired upon with small-arms fire; consequently, two were killed and one was wounded.

 September 18, 1959: Israel troops killed some Bedouin, burned their tents and took their property.

 1960-1962: Israeli forces attacked Syrian villages on Lade Tiberias and brought death to hundreds of Arab civilians.

 March 17, 1965: An Israeli tank crossed the road located within Syrian territory. These elements opened automatic fire from their posts. One Syrian was killed an two others were seriously wounded.

 May 27, 1965: Israeli forces demolished an inhabited home in Jordan and as a result of this act a man, a boy and a small girl were killed. This raid, committed by the Israeli forces against Jordanian civilian inhabitants and their properties, resulted in the death of two men and three children, the youngest being only four years old; and the wounding of two adults and three children, the youngest victim a two-year-old baby.

 October 28-29, 1965: Israeli regular armed forces in uniform penetrated into Lebanese territory and carried out acts of sabotage in two different places, a woman being killed.

 April 29-30, 1966: Israeli armed forces crossed the Armistice Demarcation Line into Jordan and launched an unprovoked attack against the Jordanian village of Rafat resulted in 11 civilians killed, three civilians wounded.

 May 15, 1966: An Israeli military unit maneuvering close to the Jordanian village of Badrass causing injury to 3 children, nine to ten years of age, wounding 2 of them critically. A similar provocation and act of aggression took place on March 1 in the same area, causing injuries to a number of children who were in their school building.

 July 15, 1966: A number of Israeli jet fighters and bombers violated the Syrian air space, wounded nine civilians and killed one woman.

Jews Murder Palestinians & Arabs - Part 4

 1966: Squads of Israeli soldiers raided the Jordanian village of Sammu, they killed 18 civilians, wounded 100 others.

 1967: The U.S.S. Liberty was deliberately attacked in International Waters as it monitored communications during the Six-Day War. Israel used U.S.-donated equipment to jam the ship's S.O.S., hoping to sink it and murder all aboard before word could get out. 34 sailors were butchered and 170 wounded in this blatant Act of War. The Liberty was part of the Sixth Fleet, a powerful group of men and ships paid for by U.S. Taxpayers to protect the Israeli's. What do the Jews think of our American Service Men, the descendants of the men who pulled their chestnuts out of the fire in World War II? Read the following for Just a sample of the many murders of American military, the Jews have committed.

 During the June 1967 war of aggression unleashed by Israel against Egypt, Jordan and Syria, it was vitally important to the Israeli leaders that their plan for aggression against the Arab countries should not be monitored. They were exceedingly upset at the presence of an American intelligence ship, the USS Liberty, in the Eastern Mediterranean monitoring communications traffic in the area.

 June 5, 1967: Israeli committed its biggest, most treacherous and premeditated aggression against Egypt, Syria and Jordan. After destroying Arab aircraft on the ground in a lightening attack, Israeli forces invaded and occupied the rest of Palestine i.e., the West Bank, Gaza Strip, East Jerusalem, the Syrian Golan Heights and the Egyptian Sinai Peninsula. In the first days of its aggression and in plain disregard of the truth, Israel fabricated a charge of aggression against its victims and presented it in a dramatic manner to the U.N. Security Council. Western media spread this fabricated story and the whole world sympathized with the supposed victim. In 1967 the Israeli's made a third ruthless blitzkrieg attack upon the Arabs.

 On June 5, 1967: 23 houses were demolished during the shelling of the city of Rafah families occupying those units were killed.

 April 12, 1967: Israeli forces crossed the armistice demarcation line into Jordan, south of Hebron. As a result of this engagement, one armed Jordanian civilian was killed east of Kh. Tabban in Jordan. Another armed Jordanian was wounded and taken prisoner by the Israeli force in Israel, where he later died under unknown circumstances.

 June 5, 1967: In a strafing attack by Israeli aircraft on a convoy three Indian soldiers were killed and an unknown number were wounded.

 June 14, 1967: While pursuing its aggressive policy, Israel has as recently as today, June 14, 1967, at 03:00 hours (local time), started to shell north of Suez, Ismailia, El Kantara and El Firdan. Twenty Egyptians died and thirty-six were wounded in Ismailia. In addition to this, a physician with his family, composed of his mother and his four children were killed in his car on the El Kantara road.

 July 26, 1967: Israeli armed forces arrested eight Jordanian citizens near Auja villages. After being searched and their possession confiscated, they were forcibly taken to the Hayek Bridge on the Jordan River, where they were brutally beaten thrown in the river and seven of them were shot in cold blood.

 September 12, 1967: Two Israeli planes flew over El Kantara West. When (Egyptian) artillery intervened, the two planes changed their course. As a result of this attack two persons were killed and nine wounded, and seven houses were destroyed.

 September 20, 1967: The Israelis opened fire on the city of Suez; the firing lasted for half an hour. Five civilians were killed.

 September 21, 1967: The Israelis opened fire on El Kantara West for two hours. Two civilians were killed and twelve wounded.

 September 29, 1967: The Israeli occupation forces opened fire and killed an Arab youth who was crossing the Jordan River heading for the west bank.

 October 9, 1967: The Israeli occupying forces opened fire on Jordanian citizens trying to cross to the west bank at Umm Nakhleh, north of King Hussein Bridge. As a result, two young Arabs were killed a woman seriously wounded.

 October 10, 1967: A Jordanian was shot dead while trying to cross back to the east bank after having seen his family on the west bank.

 November 2, 1967: The Israeli occupying forces opened fire on two Jordanian citizens trying to cross to the west bank. One of them died of his wounds.

 November 5, 1967: The Israeli occupying forces, using tanks and 106 mm cannons, again opened fire on civilian homes one Jordanian soldier was wounded.

 January 8, 1968: The Israelis employed jet aircraft and bombarded the villages: Marhabah, Kufr Asad, Deir abu Sa'id and Kufr Rakib. As a result of this criminal and unprovoked wide scale Israeli attack, one soldier and seven civilians, including a woman, were seriously injured.

 January 25, 1968: The Israeli forces opened fire, using light and medium machine guns, on Jordanian positions situated south of King Hussein Bridge. One Jordanian soldier was wounded.

 January 30, 1968: The Israeli armed forces opened fire, using medium machine guns on the Jordanian village of Al Baqurah on the east bank of the Jordan. As a result of this wanton and lawless attack against the civilian inhabitants of this village, a child and a civilian were seriously injured. The latter died of his wounds.

 February 8, 1968: The Israeli armed forces started an intensive shelling seventeen persons were killed: five children, five women, six men and a thirteen-year-old girl. Sixty were wounded: thirteen children, twenty women and twenty-seven men; all of them were refugees. Some of them were seriously injured.

 March 7, 1968: Israeli armed forces opened seven civilians were killed, including five children.

 March 9, 1968: Israeli armed forces resumed fire from mortar guns and artillery on the same village (Khirbat Wadi El Yabis). As a result of this premedicated and unprovoked attack, four civilians were killed and three other civilians, including a woman, were seriously injured.

 April 8, 1968: In the area south of the Dead Sea, a car belonging to the Jordanian Manganese Company and carrying seven employees of this company was blown up by an anti-vehicle mine plated by the Israelis before their retreat. Four of the passengers were killed and two seriously wounded.

 April 11, 1968: A military ration car was blown up by an anti-vehicle Israeli mine. One officer was killed and the driver wounded.

Jews Murder Palestinians & Arabs - Part 5

May 12, 1968: At midnight, heavy fire erupted in the Manara settlement on the Israeli side of the Lebanon-Israeli armistice demarcation lines. They hit the village killing one woman and injuring another woman and child.

 June 4, 1968: In the city of Irbid and its environs alone, thirty-four Jordanians were killed and 135 injured.

 June 14, 1968: At midnight, a group of the Israeli armed forces crossed the borders of Lebanon near the village of Houle. As a result of shelling, four civilians were wounded and ten houses were destroyed; two of the civilians, a man and a woman, are in a very critical condition.

 July 8, 1968: The Israeli armed forces opened fire, aused heavy casualties among the civilian population, as well as severe damage to civilian properties. The result of this promiscuous and barbaric shelling, which did not spare women and children, amounted to forty-six killed and sixty-seven wounded.

 August 20, 1968: Israeli forces opened fire on Jordanian civilian centers in Wadi El Yabis, causing the death of three civilians and the injury of twenty, some of whom were seriously wounded.

 August 21, 1968: Israeli forces opened fire on Manshiya area. One Jordanian was killed and another wounded.

 August 24, 1968: Israeli forces opened fire on Manshiya area using medium machine guns and 81 mm mortar guns. One Jordanian soldier was killed and three were wounded.

 August 25, 1968: Israeli armed forces shelled the villages of As Sama, Marhaba, Harawiah, Tel al-Arba'in, Kufur Asaad, Um Quis, Al Makhaba Al Tihta, Al Baqoura, and Al Manshiya, three Jordanians were seriously injured.

 September 2, 1968: An Israeli armored personnel carrier opened machine gun fire two Syrian soldiers were killed and one wounded. Fire was not returned.

 September 7, 1968: Israeli forces ambushed Jordanians and opened fire on them, killing one.

 September 8, 1968: Israelis opened fire on Baqoruah village. One Jordanian farmer was wounded.

 September 13, 1968: Israeli forces opened fire  Manshya area using medium machine guns and mortar artillery. One Jordanian was killed.

 September 16, 1968: Israeli soldiers murdered in cold blood and with premeditation the unarmed Judge Shawqi A. El-Farra, of Khan Yunis, the Gaza Strip.

 September 17, 1968: Israeli forces shelled the area of Kureima. One Jordanian, his wife and their child were seriously wounded. The man later died.

 September 26, 1968: An anti-vehicle Israeli mine exploded under a tractor and an attached vehicle. The driver was killed. Twelve were injured, two of them seriously.

 October 27, 1968: Israeli armed forces shelled the Lebanese village of Almajydiah with about one hundred mortar shells from the village of Alabasyiah inside Syrian territories occupied by the Israeli armed forces. As a result of this shelling, two Lebanese soldiers were injured and three houses were damaged and a number of livestock were destroyed.

 December 1, 1968: Israeli armed forces embarked on a concerted attack using machine-guns, tanks, artillery and military aircraft against centers of civilian population in the northern part of the Jordan Valley. Six Saudi Arabian civilian trucks were destroyed, two Saudi Arabian civilians killed and three others injured. A fourth civilian, a Jordanian, was wounded. Immediately thereafter, Israeli armed units landed, in the same area, from helicopters covered by Israeli jet fighters. The city of Irbid in Jordan was subjected to heavy shelling for ten minutes. A child and a civilian were wounded and a house destroyed.

 December 3, 1968: Israeli armed forces shelled the Jordanian villages of Kum, Kufur Asad and Samma from the Israeli occupied Syrian heights. In this village alone fifteen civilians were killed and seventeen others seriously wounded, most of them elderly people, women and children. Forty houses were destroyed.

 December 12, 1968: Israeli armed forces opened fire on the area of Um Al-Shurat. One Jordanian was wounded. In the village of Shunah, two Jordanian citizens were killed (one was in his seventies); nine were injured, among them one woman and two children.

 December 15, 1968: Israeli forces heavily shelled centers of civilians in Ghor Al Safi. Shelling was at 23:25 hours. One woman was killed and two seriously wounded. A child and two other civilians were wounded. Israeli forces shelled civilian centers in the area of El-Safi. One Jordanian was killed and five seriously injured (a child, two women and two men).

 December 19, 1968: Israeli army units opened fire on Jordanian positions south of Damya Bridge. One Jordanian was killed.

 December 20, 1968: Four Israeli Skyhawk aircraft bombed and strafed the village of Addasiyah. Napalm bombs were used. Two houses were destroyed and another damaged.

 December 29, 1968: Israeli military forces shelled: Al Shunah Al-Janoubiyyah, Um Ash-Shurat and the King Hussein bridge. As a result of this lawless wanton attack, two civilians were killed and nine others were wounded, including a woman and a child.

 December 31, 1968: Israeli helicopters, covered by two jet fighters, strafed a security police car in the Gharandal area. As a result, three policemen were killed and two injured and the car was destroyed.

 January 1, 1969: Israeli helicopters, covered by a jet fighter strafed Jordanians in the Gharandal area. As a result, one soldier and two civilians were killed.

 January 6, 1969: Israeli forces shelled the village of El Safi. As a result of the Israeli attack, four persons were killed, among them a child, and six were sounded. All the casualties were civilians from the village.

Jews Murder Palestinians & Arabs - Part 6

 February 3, 1969: Israeli jet fighters bombed the area south of Manshiya. As a result, two woman were killed. A man and a child were seriously injured.

 February 11, 1969: Israeli armed forces shelled the villages of Safi and Fefah and Ghor Al-Safi. As a result, six Jordanian soldiers were killed and ten others wounded At 12:30 hours local time, eight Israeli jet fighters and two helicopters attacked Jordanian positions in Ghor el Safi and Fiefeh. As a result, six soldiers were killed, and ten others wounded.

 February 16, 1969: Israeli jets bombed and strafed various civilian centers. As a result, three civilians were killed and seven others wounded, one seriously.

 February 23, 1969: Israeli and Jordanian forces exchanged fire. As a result, two soldiers were wounded.

 February 29, 1969: Israeli bombers, launched air attacks on deliberately selected civilian targets. At least fifteen persons died, including a number of women and children and a nurse of Lebanese nationality.

 1969: Israeli war planes raided an Egyptian school "Bahr al Baker" in southern Egypt killing 75 children and wounding over 100.

 March 15, 1969: Israeli jet fighters bombed and strafed the villages of Shunah Al-Shamaliyah, Waqqas and Zamaliyah. As a result, two farmers were killed and nine others wounded.

 March 17, 1969: Israeli jet fighters bombed and strafed the Addasiyah area near the capital Amman. As a result, one civilian was seriously wounded, two cars were destroyed and crops badly damaged.

 March 26, 1969: Israeli jet fighters brutally attacked Jordanian villages and civilian centers in the area of Es Salt. 17 civilians were killed and 25 wounded, three of them seriously.

 April 4, 1969: Israeli forces opened fire with artillery and tanks against Suez, Port Tawfik and El-Shat. As a result several civilians have lost their lives.

 April 8, 1969: Israeli fighter bombers attacked the Jordanian port of Aqaga. As a result, eight civilians were killed and nine wounded.

 April 22, 1969: Israeli jets bombed the village of Al-Mazar. As a result of these Israeli attacks, 5 civilians were killed and ten wounded in the north, and 5 soldiers killed and 20 wounded in the south.

 April 29, 1969: Israeli Skyhawks bombarded and strafed the areas of TelSherbeil and Wadi Yabis. As a result, four civilians were killed and twelve houses were badly damaged.

 May 11, 1969: Israeli attacks along the Suez Canal sector. As a result, one civilian was killed and nine civilians were wounded.

 May 19, 1969: Israeli jet fighters bombed and strafed the Karameh and Kuraimeh areas. As a result, a civilian was killed and five others were injured.

 May 21, 1969: Two Israeli companies, attacked the villages of Safi and Feifa. As a result of this wanton Israeli attack, a 9 year old girl, was killed and five persons are missing.

 May 22, 1969: Israeli jet fighters bombed and strafed Dar alla. As a result, one civilian was killed and six wounded.

 May 28, 1969: Israeli jet fighters bombed and strafed Kuraimeh Village. As a result, four civilians were wounded, one of whom was a child.

 June 18, 1969: Two squadrons of Israeli jets bombed, strafed, fired rockets and dropped napalm over the ares of Damya Bridge, Maghtas (Baptismal Site), Karamah, Kuriemah, Prince Abdullah Bridge, Muthalath Al-Masri and the village of Ira. Nine soldiers were killed and twenty-three wounded.

 June 22, 1969: Waves of Israeli jets raided several areas in the East Bank of Jordan. As a result the death of one civilian and the injury of seventeen, six of whom are soldiers.

 June 25, 1969: The Israeli army opened fir on Jordanian positions in Adsiyya and Baqura. As a result of these Israeli attacks eleven Jordanian soldiers were killed and six others seriously wounded.

 June 26, 1969: Four Israeli jets bombed the areas of Maghtas and Shahadat in the south using rockets. As a result, four soldiers were killed and three injured.

 July 1, 1969: Five Israeli jets bombed and strafed the areas of Shuneh Aljanoubia and Wadi Shuaib. As a result, a solider was killed and a farmer injured. Also, six Israeli jet fighters bombed and strafed the village of Arjan. As a result, one civilian was killed and three others injured.

 July 15, 1969: Israeli forces opened fire on the Um-Qais area. As a result, two civilians, including a woman, were injured.

 August 6, 1969: Two civilians were killed and seven injured in the village of Malka and Ibdar.

 August 11, 1969: Units of the Israeli Air Force raided civilian villages in southern Lebanon. The attack resulted in seven casualties among the civilian Lebanese population, four of whom were killed and three seriously injured.

 August 25, 1969: Israeli jets attacked Ein Nimrah in the north. Four civilians were killed and seven others injured.

 September 3, 1969: Units of the Israeli Air Force raided the Arkoub area. Two Lebanese civilians were seriously wounded as a result of this attack.

 September 4, 1969: Two Israeli Super Frelon helicopters The attack resulted in one civilian Lebanese being killed and two wounded.

 October 3, 1969: A detachment of the Israeli armed forces attacked Aytaroun and fired indiscriminately at the innocent civilian population; three civilians were kidnapped and four others were wounded, among them, two women.

 October 12, 1969: Farmers in the Jordan valley were the subject of Israeli snipers. One farmer was fatally wounded in the area of Tall al Arba'in.

 October 26, 1969: Israeli fighter bombers attacked one of the suburbs of Amman. Eight civilians were injured, among them a woman.

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