List of Zionist Massacres

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From Deir Yassin to Jubalia, Zionist History Is Ripe with Criminal Actions
By Ziad Al-Kadi
Translated by Shawki Dakkak
Edited by Mark Farrell
Al-Baath (newspaper), No. 12451
19 October 2004

The recent crimes of the occupation forces that are perpetrated daily against the Gaza District are only a small fraction of the long line of terrorist activities that have occurred since the birth of Zionism. These crimes have seemingly increased every day since the Zionist state has been established, eventually becoming a hateful method that adopted racial concepts and steps to exterminate another nation.

The crimes of the Zionist troops in Jubalia on 30 September 2004 caused 30 people to be murdered, and 150 to be injured, many of whom were seriously wounded. Massacres still continue all over the Gaza District from north to south. Such crimes perpetrated by the Zionists today confirm similar episodes in the past from 1946 until today. These crimes have been committed in a similar manner. Often, the Zionists murder all human beings without distinguishing between men, women, and children. They simply want to kill. They seem to love engaging in these wicked crimes. In the course of human history, no other races have engaged in crimes as barbaric as the Zionists. They have made killing a unique artistic procedure.

We have strong memories of the massacres that occurred in Deir Yassin, Kafir-Kasem, Sabra, and Shatilla.

The following is a list of some of the bloodiest massacres that were committed by the Zionist forces against the Arab-Palestinian people in the occupied areas during the past four years of Al-Intifada:

1.) Bytonia of Ramallah, 14 May 2001, 5 martyrs;
2.) Gaza City, 9 June 2001, 3 martyrs from the Malalha family;
3.) Beit Lehem (Bethlehem?), 17 July 2001, 4 martyrs from the Saadeh family;
4.) Ethna of Al-Khaleel, 19 July 2001, 3 martyrs and an infant;
5.) Nablus, 13 July 2001, 8 martyrs, including two leaders of Hamas, Jamal Mansour and Jamal Salem;
6.) Rafah, 19 August 2001, 3 martyrs from the Abu-Zaid family, a father and his two sons;
7.) Al-Khaleel, 5 October 2001, 5 martyrs;
8.) Beit Reema of Ramallah, 24 October 2001, 5 martyrs;
9.) Khon Younes of Gaza, 22 November 2001, 5 martyred children, the brothers of the Al-Astal family;
10.) Salfeet of Nablus, 14 December 2001, 6 citizens were martyred;
11.) Rafah, 21 February 2001, 5 martyrs
12.) Jubalia of Gaza, 11 March 2002, 42 martyrs;
13.) Al-Breig camp in Gaza, 15 March 2002, a mother and her four children were martyred;
14.) Al-Yasminah Quarter of Nablus, 9 April 2002, 35 martyrs;
15.) Jenin Camp of Jenin City, 10 April 2002, 50 martyrs, including Mahmoud Tawalbeh, a commander of the Al-Quds group;
16.) Arabah of Jenin, 11 April 2002, five of the Hamdan family became martyrs;
17.) Nablus City, 13 April 2002, the Al-Shaabeh family became 5 more martyrs;
18.) Al-Khaleel City, 29 April 2002, 8 martyrs, including 3 from the Shaheen family;
19.) Kabatyah of Jenin, 5 May 2002, a mother and her two sons from the Zakarneh family joined the list of martyrs;
20.) Al-Breig camp of Gaza, 25 May 2002, a mother and her son from the Said family became two more martyrs;
21.) Khan Younes of Gaza, 6 July 2002, a mother and her son of the Al-Hindi family became martyrs;
22.) Al-Daraj Quarter of Gaza (bombed by planes), 23 July 2002, 15 martyrs, including Salah Shehadeh, a commander of the Al-Kassam group, with his wife and daughter;
23.) Sheikh Eileen quarter of Gaza, 29 August 2002, 3 brothers of the Al-Hajeen family became martyrs;
24.) Tobas of Jenin, 31 August 2002, 5 martyrs from the Daragmeh family;
25.) Na’eem Quarter of Al-Khaleel, 5 martyrs, 3 of whom were members of the Halaykah family;
26.) Gaza City, 24 September 2002, 9 martyrs;
27.) Khan Younes of Gaza, 7 October 2002, 7 martyrs;
28.) Rafah of Gaza, 17 October 2002, 9 martyrs;
29.) Al-Breig camp of Gaza, 6 December 2002, 11 martyrs;
30.) Mintar blockade of Gaza, 12 December 2002, 5 martyrs (laborers);
31.) Jubalia camp of Gaza, 10 January 2003, 3 children martyrs;
32.) Zaitoon Quarter of Gaza, 26 January 2003, 13 martyrs;
33.) (same place), 28 January 2003, 3 martyrs, 2 of whom are brothers, Mohammad and Sabrin Salameh;
34.) Gaza City, 16 February 2003, 6 martyrs;
35.) Shoja’ieh Quarter of Gaza, 19 February 2003, 2 brothers, Alaa and Said Al-Helou, became martyrs;
36.) Breig camp of Gaza, 3 March 2003, 8 martyrs, 1 of whom was a pregnant woman;
37.) (same camp), 6 March 2003, 12 martyrs;
38.) Nuhseirat camp of Gaza, 17 March 2003, 6 martyrs;
39.) Rafah camp of Gaza, 19 April 2003, 5 martyrs;
40.) Shoja’ieh Quarter of Gaza, 14 May 2003, 13 martyrs;
41.) Beit Hanoon of Gaza, 15 May 2003, 5 martyrs;
42.) Jubalia camp of Gaza, 10 June 2003, 3 martyrs from the Abd-Rabbah family;
43.) Gaza City, 11 June 2003, 7 martyrs;
44.) Another massacre in the same city the next day, 3 martyrs from the Taha family;
45.) Rafah camp of Gaza, 10 October 2003, 7 martyrs;
46.) Nuhseirat camp of Gaza, 20 October 2003, 12 martyrs;
47.) Rafah camp of Gaza, 11 December 2003, 6 martyrs;
48.) (same camp), 23 December 2003, 9 martyrs;
49.) Zaitoon Quarter of Gaza, 28 January 2004, 8 martyrs;
50.) Shoja’ieh Quarter of Gaza, 11 February 2004, 15 martyrs;
51.) Nuhseirat and Breig camps, 7 March 2004, 14 martyrs;
52.) Absan of Gaza, 21 March 2004, 6 martyrs;
53.) Gaza City, 22 March 2004, 8 martyrs;
54.) Zaitoon Quarter of Gaza, 11 May 2004, 7 martyrs;
55.) (same quarter), 12 May 2004, 9 martyrs;
56.) Rafah of Gaza, 13 May 2004, 15 martyrs;
57.) (same place, five days later), 17 martyrs;
58.) (same city), 19 May 2004, 16 martyrs;
59.) (same city next day), 9 martyrs;
60.) Nablus City, 26 June 2004, 7 martyrs;
61.) Zaitoon Quarter of Gaza City, 8 July 2004, 7 martyrs;
62.) Toklarm City, 25 July 2004, 6 martyrs;
63.) Gaza City, 17 August 2004, 5 martyrs;
64.) Shoja’ieh Quarter of Gaza, 7 September 2004, 14 martyrs, all of whom were boy scouts;
65.) Jubalia camp of Gaza City, 20 September 2004, 30 martyrs (the camp was bombed by planes), most of whom were old men, old women, and children.

Between the 28th of September and the 14th of October 2004, there were more than 135 martyrs, including 30 boys, plus women.

In spite of the world’s silence, and the unlimited support of the USA for Israel, the Palestinian people will never forget, nor forgive, nor lose their way to gain freedom.

 

 

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