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Israel's New War Ethic by Neve Gordonhttp://www.thenation.com/doc/20090112/gordonIsrael's New War Ethic by Neve Gordon by ademmm
Watching Israeli public television (Channel 1) these days can be an unsettling experience, and lately I've abstained from the practice. But after being stuck for seventy-two hours with our two young children inside a Beer-Sheva apartment, the spouse and I decided to visit my mother, who lives up north, so that our children could play outside far away from the rockets. My mother, like most Israelis, is a devout news consumer, and last night I decided to keep her company in front of the TV.
For the most part, the broadcast was more of the same. There were the usual images and voices of suffering Israeli Jews along with the promulgation of a hyper-nationalist ethos. One story, for example, followed a Jewish mother who had lost her son in Gaza about two years ago. The audience was told that the son has been a soldier in the Golani infantry brigade and together with his company had penetrated the Gaza Strip in an attempt to save the kidnapped sol
Israel hits, they runhttp://en.timeturk.com/Israel-hits,-they-run-13903-haberi.htmlIsrael hits, they run by ademmm
"All 'innocent people of Gaza, our war is not a war against you but against Hamas, if not stop launching rockets you find yourself in danger." And 'the transcript of a recording that you can listen to the telephone answering these hours in Gaza.
The Israeli army is spreading the illusion that the Palestinians do not have eyes and ears. Eyes to see that the bombs hit almost exclusively civilian targets, like mosques (15, the last one of Omar Bin Abd Al Azeez of Beit Hanoun), schools, universities, markets, hospitals. Ears not to hear the screams of pain and terror of children, innocent victims and yet predestined for each bombing. According to hospital sources, when I'm writing are 120 children remained under the bombs, 548 deaths in total, more than 2700 wounded, the dozens and dozens missing. Two days ago at the Red Crescent refugee camp Jabali , the night is not mine dropped. From the sky Apache helicopters launched bombs