Permalink Israel Created 'Kill Zones' in Gaza. Anyone Who Crosses Into Them Is Shot

"In practice, a terrorist is anyone the IDF has killed in the areas in which its forces operate," says a reserve officer who has served in Gaza. | The Israeli army says 9,000 terrorists have been killed since the Gaza war began. Defense officials and soldiers, however, tell Haaretz that these are often civilians whose only crime was to cross an invisible line drawn by the IDF.  It was another routine announcement by the Israeli army. Following a rocket launch at Ashkelon, "a terrorist who had fired the rocket was identified, and an air force aircraft attacked and eliminated him." Ostensibly, this was another statistic in the roster of dead Hamas militants.  However, over a week ago, other documentation of the incident surfaced on Al-Jazeera. It showed four men, not one, walking together on a wide path, in civilian clothing. There is no one nearby, only the ruins of houses where people once lived. This apocalyptic silence in the Khan Yunis area was shattered by a loud explosion. Two of the men were killed instantly. Two others were wounded and tried to continue walking. Perhaps they thought they had been saved, but seconds later, a bomb was dropped on one of them. You can then see the other one falling to his knees and then, a boom, fire and smoke.

Israeli troops kill anyone entering 'extermination area' in Gaza (The Cradle)
Israeli Occupation Troops Kill Anyone Entering ‘Extermination Area’ in Gaza: Haaretz (Al Manar TV)
IDF deliberately targeted aid convoy – media (RT.com)
Israeli airstrike kills seven paramedics in South Lebanon (03/27/24)
Drone footage reveals Israel’s cold-blooded murder of Palestinians in Gaza (03/23/24)

Permalink How CIA and MI6 Created ISIS

Kit Klarenberg | Contrary to their mainstream portrayal, as inspired purely by religious fundamentalism, Daesh are primarily guns for hire. | Within just 24 hours of the horrific mass shooting in Moscow’s Crocus City Hall on March 22nd, which left at least 137 innocent people dead and 60 more critically wounded, US officials blamed the slaughter on ISIS-K, Daesh’s South-Central Asian branch. For many, the attribution’s celerity raised suspicions Washington was seeking to decisively shift Western public and Russian government focus away from the actual culprits - be that Ukraine, and/or Britain, Kyiv’s foremost proxy sponsor.  Full details of how the four shooters were recruited, directed, armed, and financed, and who by, are yet to emerge. The savage interrogation methods to which they have been, and no doubt continue to be subjected are concerned with prising this and other vital information from them. The killers may end up making false confessions as a result. In any event, they likely have no clue who or what truly sponsored their monstrous actions.

Permalink IOF suffer dozens of casualties, raising total to 3,757

The Israeli military admits to a new batch of injuries, 28 of whom fell in unspecified locations. | Israeli media outlets have circulated footage of several military helicopters transporting casualties from the Gaza Strip to hospitals in occupied Palestine, in what has been described as an "unusual" incident on Friday morning.  Concurrently, Israeli military reports have revealed that 62 Israeli occupation troops have been wounded in a period ranging from March 21 to March 28, pushing the total number of injuries among occupation forces to 3,160.  In the last updated form of Israeli troops killed since October 7, 2023, Israeli occupation forces (IOF) admitted to 597 deaths among its members. The total number of casualties (deaths and injuries) admitted by Israeli authorities has reached 3,757.

Al-Qassam brigades ambush Israeli troop carrier in Khan Yunis (Albawaba.com)
Iraqi Resistance group attacks Haifa Airport (Mehr News)

Permalink Estonian premier emerges as frontrunner to become new NATO chief: Report

Kaja Kallas secures backing of US, UK, France and Germany | Estonia’s prime minister has emerged as the frontrunner to become the next secretary general of NATO, local media reported Monday. Kaja Kallas has secured the backing of the US, the UK, France and Germany to succeed Jens Stoltenberg, said the Estonian World online magazine. It said Kallas was touted as a potential head of the alliance after her strong support for Ukraine and analytical statements on Russia made her stand out in the international media. Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who appeared to be the favorite candidate until recently, was disqualified because of the Netherlands’ dismal record on defense spending, it added.

Permalink Erdogan seeks reconciliation with Israel following electoral defeat

Israeli newspaper Maariv claimed Turkish diplomat stated Erdogan had criticized Israel to satisfy the Turkish public ahead of Sunday's local elections | Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants to improve diplomatic relations with Israel, despite his harsh public rhetoric condemning Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu for his war on Gaza, the Hebrew-language newspaper Maariv reported on 2 April.  Last week, Erdogan said that "Netanyahu and his administration, with their crimes against humanity in Gaza, are writing their names next to Hitler, Mussolini, and Stalin, like today's Nazis." Israeli Foreign Minister Israel Katz summoned the deputy ambassador for Turkiye in Israel in response to the remarks.

Permalink Crocus City Hall terror attack traced to Ukrainian special services — Patrushev

As Nikolay Patrushev pointed out, "the perpetrators of this mass shooting and also their accomplices were arrested upon their attempt to cross the Russian state border where the Ukrainian side prepared a window for their escape" | The terror attack at the Crocus City Hall music venue in the Moscow suburb can be traced to Ukrainian special services, and it is well known that the Kyiv regime is fully controlled by the United States, Russian Security Council Secretary Nikolay Patrushev said on Wednesday.

💬 "They are trying to impose it on us that the terrorist act was committed not by the Kyiv regime but by supporters of the radical Islamic ideology, possibly, by members of the Afghan branch of ISIL [the former name of the Islamic State terror group outlawed in Russia]," Patrushev told the 19th annual meeting of top security officials of SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organization) member states.  "However, it is far more important to promptly establish who is the mastermind and the sponsor of this horrific crime. Its traces lead to Ukrainian intelligence services. However, everyone is well aware that the Kyiv regime is not independent and is fully controlled by the United States. It has to be borne in mind that ISIL and Al-Qaeda [outlawed in Russia] and other terrorist groups were created by Washington," Patrushev stressed.

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