Tony Greenstein | 19 November 2011 | Post Views:

The routine murder of Houda Hawajah Houda Hawajah was in the wrong place at the wrong time. Unlike Jewish terrorist settlers, the military didn’t knock on the door – they blew the door away and with it the life of Houda. You can see the terror on the daughter’s face but to the military trash who did this there are other concerns. One smiling Jewish soldier, opines on ‘I don’t know what we are doing here. Clarification maybe. It’s dirty. I don’t know why a good Hebrew boy should be here so far from his home.’ Another soldier with a Nazi mentality thought that the operation wasn’t so bad and approved of it. Presumably if its mother had been murdered in cold blood it would have a different opinion. Despite the pleas of a young girl, these thugs then smash down a wall to get into the next door house. But this tape wasn’t supposed to be broadcast at all. Foreign journalists are banned, unsurprisingly from such operations. Not that you would ever know, since the Zionist Chair of the BBC, Mark Thompson, wouldn’t dream of having such a thing mentioned for fear of upsetting Britain’s friends abroad. As we are told, all 3 networks in Israel agree that if the army doesn’t like the footage it isn’t broadcast. And the army didn’t like it but Channel 2 broke the embargo. Ranaan Gissin, the Israeli government spokesperson was blunt and angry: ‘I would have expected a little bit more, I would call it self-censorship.’ This from someone who would routinely condemn Palestinian censorship. The official army liar went into hasbara-speak. ‘Our action is so difficult to be done. It is at the extremes of acceptance (who by?). But even this smiling Nazi-style liar, when asked about refusing to take Houda to hospital can only say: ‘It’s a mistake’. But that too is a lie. It was no mistake but normal routine to deny injured Palestinians access to medical treatment. A mistake is something that happens by accident. This happened by design.

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