It seems that the only difference between the nazis and the zionists is the colour of the film used…
Nazi dogs attacking a Jewish man!
Israeli Army’s dog attacking a Palestinian woman!
Are Israelis learning from history….. or NOT
Israelis Unleash Dogs on Palestinians!
by Steve Amsel
Israeli forces have unleashed their dogs on the Palestinians decrying the oppressive policies Jerusalem implements on the occupied Palestinian territories.
The forces used the “savage” animals, sound bombs and tear gas to suppress the protest which erupted before the Israeli troops razed two residences in the Arab neighborhood of Issawiya to the ground, the Palestine News Network (PNN) reported Tuesday. One of the protesters sustained injury from a dog attack and four other Palestinians were tear-gassed by Israeli forces, AFP reported.
Israeli military also flattened one building elsewhere in East al-Quds (Jerusalem), PNN said, adding that home owners destroyed one residence in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood to avoid the demolition fee imposed by Israeli authorities.
Israel claimed its existence in 1948 during full-scale military operations against the Arab world, forcing 711,000 Palestinians to leave their homeland.
In 1967, Tel Aviv went on to occupy and later annex the West Bank and East al-Quds, the promised capital of the future Palestinian state, in defiance of the international community’s refusal to recognize the annexation. Estimates in 2008 put the number of the refugees at over 4.6 million.
The network cited an al-Quds-based think tank as saying that 3,655 Palestinians, including 807 women and 1699 children, would be forced out of East al-Quds in the next year as a result of the demolitions.
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