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Feb. 6, 2017
JENIN (Ma’an) — Israeli planes dispersed toxic products on lands in the northern occupied West Bank district of Jenin, locals told Ma’an.

Residents of the Palestinian villages of Fandaqumiya, Ajja, Zababida, Raba, and Jabaa said that products resembling candy had been dispersed in the area

Palestinian medical sources who tested the products said that the materials were poisonous and had negatively affected wild animals and livestock in the area.

They warned locals, especially children, against touching them.

Spokespersons for Israel’s Nature and Parks Authority and Land Authority were not immediately available for comment on Monday.

Pictures of the pellet-like products seemed to resemble rabies vaccine bait for wild animals, which the Israeli Nature and Parks Authority has reportedly dispersed aerially in the past.

Shocked by Donald Trump’s ‘travel ban’? Israel has had a similar policy for decades

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January 30 2017

An Israeli official admitted in 2010 that the Separation Wall was ‘built for political and demographic reasons’, while the man who designed it revealed how ‘the main thing the government told me in giving me the job was to include as many Israelis inside the fence and leave as many Palestinians outside’

In US President Donald Trump’s first week in office, three policy issues dominated the headlines: his plans to build a wall on the Mexican border, the President’s support for torture, and his executive order targeting refugees, residents and visitors from seven Muslim majority countries.

All three have prompted widespread outrage, in particular, the ban on refugees and blanket immigration restrictions being applied on the basis of national origin and religion.

British Prime Minister Theresa May, however, only issued a reluctant and mealy mouthed criticism of Trump’s scorched-earth approach to his first few days in the White House. May is one of only a handful of world leaders seemingly eager to position themselves at Trump’s right hand side.

One other leader, however, has gone even further than the British PM in seeking to praise Trump, both before and since his inauguration – and that’s Israeli premier Benjamin Netanyahu. There are a few reasons for this, including the tacit approval a Trump administration is expected to give to the settlement expansion bonanza already underway.

But there’s another element at play here, which goes deeper than Netanyahu’s political agenda. For what many do not realise, is that the policies – and their undergirding ideology – that Trump is unleashing on the US have been pursued by the state of Israel for decades.

First, let’s take the wall. Israel began the construction of its Separation Wall in the occupied Palestinian territory (OPT) almost fifteen years ago. Justified in the name of “security”, some 85 percent of the wall’s route is built inside the OPT, to incorporate illegal West Bank settlements.

It was on that basis that, in 2004, judges at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in The Hague deemed the wall illegal, and called for its immediate dismantling.

Israel’s Wall is not even the security miracle that its defenders claim. None other than Israel’s own security services attributed a sharp decrease in “terror attacks” in 2005 to the “truce” unilaterally adopted by Hamas. Tens of thousands of Palestinian workers without permits enter Israel every day, with some 200 miles of “gaps” in the Wall’s route remaining.

The real link to Trump’s ideas comes in the justification of Israel’s Wall on “demographic” grounds; in other words, keeping Palestinians out because they are Palestinians – and note that the idea of a wall aimed at “separation” actually pre-dates the Second Intifada.

An Israeli official admitted in 2010 that the Wall was “built for political and demographic reasons”, while the man who designed it revealed how “the main thing the government told me in giving me the job was to include as many Israelis inside the fence and leave as many Palestinians outside.”

Then there’s torture. Trump’s unabashed endorsement of torture has horrified politicians, human rights activists and former prisoners alike. In Israel, however, the torture of prisoners is routine – and rubber-stamped by not just the state, but also by Israel’s Supreme Court.

Just last week, Israeli interrogators confirmed in Haaretz some of the methods used on detainees – including physical and psychological abuse. The revelations came as no surprise to Palestinians, nor those Israelis who have documented practices such as sexual torture.

This grim reality is also well-known to international human rights groups – Amnesty’s most recent annual report described how “Israeli military and police forces, as well as Israel Security Agency (ISA) personnel, tortured and otherwise ill-treated Palestinian detainees, including children.”

“Methods included beating with batons, slapping, throttling, prolonged shackling, stress positions, sleep deprivation and threats”, Amnesty added, further noting how despite almost 1,000 complaints since 2001, the authorities have not opened a single criminal investigation.

And finally, what about immigration? As horrendous as Trump’s orders have been, thus far they pale in comparison in scale and duration to what Israel has been implementing for some seven decades.

Since 1948 Israel has enforced a “Palestinian Ban” (Muslims and Christians), designed to ensure that no refugees can return to the lands and homes from which they were expelled. In parallel, the state’s borders are open for any Jewish person, from anywhere in the world.

Not only that, but in more recent times, Israel has also passed legislation – backed again by the Supreme Court – that prevents Palestinians with Israeli citizenship from family reunification – purely “on the basis of the ethnicity or national belonging of their spouse.”

Former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon said of the law: “There is no need to hide behind security arguments. There is a need for the existence of a Jewish state.” Trump – and the likes of Steve Bannon – would approve. Just as they would, no doubt, of the fact that Israel approved just eight requests for asylum, out of 7,218 requests filed by Eritreans from 2009 to 2016.

Writing in +972 Magazine, Edo Konrad noted the double standards of those who condemn Trump, but who back institutionalised racism in Israel. Here in Britain too, Trump’s critics include those who justify, or ignore, Israel’s own toxic mix of walls, discriminatory immigration system and torture.

This dissonance is only likely to become more publicly uncomfortable for Israel’s friends in the West. For Netanyahu’s embrace of a Trump White House is not just political manoeuvrings – it is reflective of a disturbing reality with which the Palestinians are only too familiar


Marketing blitz fails to stop across-the-board slide in tourism to Israel

27 January 2017

Tourism to Israel fell again in 2016, continuing a negative trend that began with the 2014 assault on Gaza that left more than 2,200 Palestinians, including 550 children, dead.

Figures from Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics show that the expensive efforts to brand the country as a fun, carefree destination, especially for Europeans, are failing.

Overall, the number of visitors to Israel last year dropped by 1.2 percent. This comes after even sharper drops in previous years – 4.4 percent in 2015 and 8.2 percent in 2014.

Big budget

In December, the Tel Aviv newspaper Haaretz reported that Israel’s tourism ministry “was granted its biggest marketing budget ever in the past year as it tried to change Israel’s image as a travel destination and expand the range of tourism offerings.”

The flagship “Two Cities, One Break” campaign was directed at European tourists to attract them to Tel Aviv and Jerusalem.

It cost more than $23 million, but ministry sources told Haaretz that “the campaign fell flat.”

Israel has also brought D-list celebrities over on free junkets in the hope that their social media postings would draw visitors.

But the number of visitors from Israel’s biggest market, Europe, fell 6.5 percent last year compared with 2015.

The largest number of visitors to Israel comes from France – and those numbers fell from 300,000 in 2015 to 293,000 last year.

There were 18,000 fewer visitors from Germany – a drop of nine percent. The number of visitors from Russia plummeted from 414,000 to 285,000.

Israel did make up some of its losses in Asia: it hosted 86,000 tourists from China, compared with 52,000 in 2015. It also saw about 37,000 more visitors from North America, mostly the United States.

Israel’s woes are not unique: Turkey, which suffered a military coup attempt in July and has been beset by horrific bombing and shooting attacks, saw tourist visits plummet by 21 percent last year.

Egypt continues to see double digit declines in visitors.

But a general sense of danger due to violence in the region is not the whole story.

Jordan managed to buck the trend, recording an increase in tourist arrivals of 2.6 percent in 2016, according to its tourism ministry.

Jordan attracted 3.8 million visitors, compared with just over three million to Israel.

Mixed message, harsh reality

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Israel tries to market itself as distinct from the rest of the region – a gay-friendly outpost of “Western” civilization and fun in a tumultuous neighborhood.

But this branding is undermined by the fact that Israel is usually in the headlines because of its brutal occupation and aggressive colonization of Palestinian land, violence in the streets of the cities it is hoping tourists will visit, the racist declarations of its politicians and its underhanded efforts to sabotage the nonviolent boycott, divestment and sanctions (BDS) movement for Palestinian rights.

Indeed, Israeli leaders continue to insist that the country is beset by dangers that could “wipe out every Israeli.” While this line is aimed at gaining political sympathy, it hardly makes it an enticing place for people who want to have a good time.

Meanwhile, destinations in Southern Europe, especially Spain, are smashing tourism records.

Incidentally, there’s another notable trend in Spain: since the 2014 attack on Gaza, more than 50 Spanish cities have declared themselves “free of Israeli apartheid.”

These are the Palestinian children killed by Israel in 2016

Ahmad Zeidani (DCIP)


For Palestinian children in the occupied West Bank, 2016 was the deadliest year in the past decade.

Thirty-five Palestinian children were killed by Israeli soldiers, police and armed civilians during the year, all but four of the deadly incidents taking place in the West Bank. Children account for a third of the 105 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces in the West Bank and Gaza Strip during 2016.

Most, but certainly not all, of those children were killed during the course of what Israel alleges were attacks or attempted attacks, mainly on soldiers at checkpoints in the West Bank.

But in the vast majority of alleged attacks that left a Palestinian child dead, no Israeli civilians or soldiers were injured. In a handful of cases, Israeli soldiers were reported to have suffered only light injuries.

In several incidents, there may not have been any attempted attack when a Palestinian child was shot and killed. Amnesty International has called for one such slaying to be investigated as an extrajudicial execution.

Other children were killed on their way to class, or coming home from a pool party. Several were shot dead while protesting the occupation. A brother and sister were killed in their Gaza home when their neighborhood was hit in an Israeli airstrike.

As Defense for Children International – Palestine (DCIP) points out, “Accountability for shootings [of Palestinian children] by Israeli forces is extremely rare. Only one incident since 2014 has resulted in an indictment.”

The group’s accountability program director Ayed Abu Eqtaish stated: “Intentional lethal force now appears to be routinely used by Israeli forces, even in unjustified situations, with no accountability, putting more and more children at risk.”

DCIP has summarized other ways Israel violated Palestinian children’s rights during the year.

These are the Palestinian children killed by Israeli forces in 2016:

Ahmad Younis Ahmad al-Kawazba, 17

Ahmad, from the village of Sair in the southern occupied West Bank, was shot dead by Israeli forces after allegedly stabbing and lightly wounding a soldier in the area of the Gush Etzion intersection near the city of Hebron on 5 January.

Hebron’s district attorney said the “autopsy suggested the 17-year-old had been left to bleed to death and had received no medical treatment,” the Ma’an News Agency reported.

Ahmad was buried next to his friend and schoolmate Mahmoud al-Shalalda, who was shot and killed by Israeli forces in November 2015.

Alaa al-Din Abd Muhammad al-Kawazba, 17

Israeli forces shot and killed Alaa al-Din along with two of his adult cousins near the Gush Etzion bloc of Israeli settlements north of Hebron on 7 January. The army claimed the three were “armed with knives” and attempted to attack soldiers. No soldiers were reported injured during the attack. Alaa al-Din was from the Hebron-area village of Sair.

Khalil Muhammad Issa Wadi, 15

Khalil was shot dead by Israeli forces after he allegedly attempted to stab a soldier at the Beit Einoun junction near Hebron on 7 January. No Israelis were reported injured during the incident. The boy’s adult brother, Mahmoud, was shot and killed by Israeli forces in the same location in November 2015.

Like Ahmad al-Kawazba and Alaa al-Din Kawazba, Khalil was from the Hebron-area village of Sair. He was at least the 10th resident of the village to be slain by Israeli forces since October 2015, including the November 2015 execution in a Hebron hospital room of Abdallah Azzam al-Shalalda and the killing of a disabled father of a young baby in December 2015.

Adnan Ayid Hamid al-Mashni, 17

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Adnan Ayid Hamid al-Mashni

An investigation by the Tel Aviv newspaper Haaretz found that Adnan, from the village of Shuyukh, was shot dead by Israeli soldiers at the Beit Einoun junction near the West Bank city of Hebron while on his way to physics class on 12 January.

Adnan had traveled to the junction in a taxi van and crossed the road and entered into a second van when another young man in the vehicle jumped out and yelled “God is great” while brandishing a knife or hatchet, according to Haaretz.

The armed young man, Muhammad Kawazba from the village of Sair, was immediately shot and killed. The driver of the van from which Kawazba emerged “tried to drive away as fast as he could, for fear that he too would be shot,” Haaretz added. “The soldiers, seeing the vehicle pulling out, opened fire at it, though they had no idea who was inside it.”

The driver managed to escape on foot while Adnan, still inside the van, was struck in the upper right side of his body and died soon after in hospital.

Ruqayya Abu Eid, 13

Ruqayya was shot dead by a private security guard after she allegedly attempted to stab him in the Anatot settlement near Jerusalem on 23 January.

A Palestinian member of Israel’s parliament, the Knesset, condemned the girl’s slaying. “Even if she had a knife, it would have been possible to arrest a girl that age instead of killing her,” Esawi Frej of the Meretz party said.

Haaretz reported that Ruqayya died of a single bullet wound to the heart.

“I have no explanation for her decision,” the girl’s father told the paper. “There were two guards there, and they could have overcome her. A little girl. They are trained and armed, you know, so how is it they could not arrest a little girl of 13? Was a girl of 13 a threat to them? Whatever she planned to do, they could still have arrested her.”

Ruqayya was laid to rest in the village of al-Karmel east of the West Bank town of Yatta, near Hebron.

Hussein Abu Ghosh, 17

Hussein was shot dead by an Israeli security guard at a supermarket in Beit Horon settlement near the central West Bank city of Ramallah on 25 January.

The youth was killed along with Ibrahim Usama Allan, 23, after stabbing two Israeli women; one of the women, 24-year-old Shlomit Krigman, died from her injuries the following day. Israeli media reported that Allan and Hussein were shot as they ran, suggesting the two may have been extrajudicially executed.

Israeli forces destroyed Hussein’s family home in Qalandiya refugee camp near Ramallah in April.

Punitive home demolitions, along with other acts of collective punishment, are considered a war crime under the Fourth Geneva Convention.

Ahmad Hassan Abd al-Latif Tubah, 17

Ahmad, from the village of Kufr Jammal, was killed by Israeli forces after allegedly attempting to stab a soldier near a settlement in the Tulkarm, West Bank, area on 1 February. No soldiers were reported to have been injured.

“According to media reports, he crossed the [Israel’s wall in the West Bank] without an entry permit and was discovered by soldiers who tried to apprehend him. He then pulled a knife on them and was shot,” the Israeli human rights group B’Tselem reported.

Haitham Saada, 14

Haitham died after he was hit by two bullets fired by soldiers near the entrance to Halhoul village, near Hebron, on 5 February. The army said that the boy was preparing to throw a Molotov cocktail at soldiers when he was killed.

“Other than Haitham’s younger cousin, Wajdi, who was also in his class and was with him when he died, and the soldiers, of course, there are no eyewitnesses who can relate what happened and why Haitham was shot and killed,” the Tel Aviv newspaper Haaretz reported at the time. “Wajdi was arrested on the spot and is still incarcerated in Ofer Camp, near Ramallah. He has not been allowed visitors.”

Omar Yousif Ismail Madi, 15

Omar was slain by a bullet when Israeli soldiers fired on youths who were throwing stones at them in Arroub refugee camp near Hebron on 9 February. The city’s district attorney told the Ma’an News Agency that the boy “died after being hit by a single bullet that entered his body from the right side of his chest.” The bullet “penetrated the teen’s liver, kidneys, and spleen before exiting his body from the lower left side of his rib cage.”

Nihad Raed Muhammad Waked, 15, and Fuad Marwan Kamal Waked, 15

Nihad and Fuad were shot and killed by Israeli forces after they allegedly opened fire at soldiers on 14 February. No Israelis were injured during the incident near the village of al-Araqa, west of the northern West Bank town of Jenin. Palestinian emergency medics were reportedly prevented from providing treatment at the scene.

“Soldiers reported that one of the Palestinians was armed with a makeshift weapon and another was carrying a knife,” Haaretz reported. The boys’ families “vehemently denied the army’s claim they had fired at the soldiers and said the two were roaming farming lands owned by the family that are adjacent to [Israel’s] West Bank barrier,” the paper added.

“I know the families and the two youths, these are not families that deal with arms or have access to arms,” a teacher in al-Araqa who knew the teens told Haaretz. “These are just kids and to attribute an attempted shooting to them sounds highly unlikely or believable.”

Naim Ahmad Yousif Safi, 16

Naim was shot and killed after he allegedly attempted to stab an Israeli soldier at a checkpoint north of the West Bank city of Bethlehem on 14 February. Israeli police told media the teen approached soldiers while carrying a knife. No Israelis were reported injured during the incident. Naim was from the nearby village of al-Ubediya.

Qusay Abu al-Rub, 16

Qusay Abu al-Rub (via Ma’an News Agency)

Soldiers fired on Qusay after he allegedly attempted to stab one of them at the Beita checkpoint near Nablus in the northern West Bank on 21 February. No Israelis were injured during the incident. Palestinian medics were reportedly prevented from accessing the wounded boy. Qusay, from Qabatiya village in the northern West Bank, was the 10th youth from the town to be slain since October 2015.

Mahmoud Shaalan, 16

Mahmoud, a Palestinian American resident of the Ramallah-area village of Deir Dibwan, was shot dead by Israeli forces near a checkpoint in the central West Bank on 26 February. Israel claimed that the boy had tried to stab soldiers when he was killed.

Amnesty International has stated that his death – as well as that of more than a dozen other Palestinians killed by Israeli forces over the past year – should be investigated as a possible extrajudicial execution.

An eyewitness testified to the Israeli human rights group B’Tselem that Mahmoud had attempted to cross a checkpoint and was turned away by soldiers.

“As he was walking away from the soldiers, one soldier shot Mahmoud Muhammad Ali Shaalan from some distance away with around three bullets. He immediately fell to the ground, and the soldier then approached and shot him twice more, according to the witness,” Amnesty states.

An autopsy found that no bullets had been fired from close range, throwing into question Israel’s claim that Mahmoud was attempting to stab soldiers when he was killed.

Witnesses told Haaretz that soldiers prevented a Palestinian ambulance from evacuating the boy, and that his naked body lay on the road for more than two hours.

Fifteen rights and faith groups in the US have called on the Obama administration to investigate the killing. A top US diplomat told concerned groups that the US embassy in Tel Aviv asked Israel to investigate Mahmoud’s death.

Labib Khaldoun Anwar Abd al-Azzam, 17 and Muhammad Hashim Ali Zaghlawan, 17

Labib and Muhammad, both from Qaryut village near the West Bank city of Nablus, were shot dead by Israeli forces on 2 March after allegedly attacking and lightly injuring a settler as he was leaving his home in the Eli colony. The settler was wearing his army uniform, and was en route to the military reserve unit he serves in, Israeli media reported.

Abd al-Rahman Radad, 17

Abd al-Rahman, from al-Zawiya village near the West Bank town of Salfit, was shot and killed by police after he allegedly stabbed and wounded an Israeli man near Petah Tikva, a city in Israel, on 18 March. Graphic video shows Abd al-Rahman lying on the floor of a liquor store, gravely injured and apparently struggling to breathe, as Israelis curse him and call for him to die.

Ahmad Yousif Ismail Amer, 16

Ahmad was shot dead by Israeli forces at a military checkpoint outside of al-Zawiya village near the West Bank town of Salfit on 9 March. The village was blockaded by the military after one of its residents, Abd al-Rahman Radad, allegedly stabbed an Israeli before being shot dead by police.

An army spokesperson told media that an “assailant armed with a knife” approached the checkpoint and soldiers “thwarted” the attack by shooting him dead. No Israelis were injured during the incident.

Another Palestinian was shot during the incident, and a local official said that both wounded Palestinians were left bleeding while Palestinian emergency medics were prevented from reaching them.

Ahmad, from the nearby village of Masha, reportedly left a note bidding farewell to his parents, asking them for their forgiveness.

Yasin Abu Khusa, 9, and Isra Abu Khusa, 6

Yasin and Isra, brother and sister, were killed during an Israeli air strike on their neighborhood in northern Gaza on 12 March.

The Abu Khusa family home, located on the outskirts of Beit Hanoun, had been previously attacked twice by Israel in recent years. They had asked the authorities in Gaza that they be relocated somewhere safer, but their request went unanswered, the family told The Electronic Intifada. They said they did not receive any financial aid to repair damage caused during previous attacks.

Yusif Walid Mustafa al-Tarayra, 17

Yusif, from the village of Bani Naim, was shot dead by soldiers after he hit a military officer with his car in Kiryat Arba settlement near Hebron on 14 March. The officer was lightly injured, according to the Israeli human rights group B’Tselem.

Abdallah al-Ajluni, 16

Abdallah, from the West Bank city of Hebron, was shot dead by Israeli Border Police after he stabbed and lightly injured a soldier at at checkpoint near the Ibrahimi mosque in Hebron’s Old City on 19 March.

Ibrahim Salih Hassan Taha, 16

Ibrahim was killed along with his pregnant adult sister, Maram Salih Hassan Abu Ismail, a 23-year-old mother of two small children, at the Qalandiya military checkpoint between Ramallah and Jerusalem on 27 April.

Israeli police claimed the siblings were carrying knives and attempted to attack soldiers. No Israelis were injured during the incident.

Israel’s justice ministry declined to open an investigation after an initial probe found that the brother and sister were shot by civilian security guards and not by police.

Mahmoud Badran, 15

Mahmoud, from the central West Bank village of Beit Ur al-Tahta, was killed when Israeli forces opened fire on a car of young Palestinians returning from a late-night pool party celebrating Ramadan on 21 June. Five others were injured during the incident, including the driver of the car, who lost control of the vehicle and crashed into a wall.

The army admitted the Palestinians were “mistakenly hit” while soldiers were responding to reports of rock-throwing and firebombing on a highway used by settlers in the West Bank.

The Palestine Red Crescent Society said that soldiers prevented paramedics from providing first aid to the injured Palestinians for more than 90 minutes.

Four boys pose for camera while in a swimming pool

Mahmoud Badran, at right, during the pool party he attended shortly before he was killed. (B’Tselem)

Mahmoud Badran, at right, during the pool party he attended shortly before he was killed. (B’Tselem)

One of the survivors told B’Tselem that the shooting came from a civilian car.

“Everything was normal and there was nothing suspicious,” Hadi Badran testified. “Suddenly we were under fire. I looked at the direction the fire was coming from and saw a white civilian car. There were two people there, in civilian clothing, and they were the ones shooting at us.”

“Media reports indicate that the soldiers and officer who opened fire belonged to the Duchifat regiment of the Kfir brigade, and that they were passing by, on their way to take care of logistical matters,” B’Tselem stated, adding that “the soldiers arbitrarily fired at the car, having no indication that any of its passengers had been involved in stone or Molotov cocktail throwing.”

According to the rights group, “This shooting incident is a direct result of military policy which enables, despite the official prohibition in the [Israeli military’s] open-fire regulations, to use deadly fire even in cases where there is no threat to life and even when the soldiers have other, non-lethal, means at their disposal. This policy is backed by the most senior ranking military and government officials who do nothing do change it, despite the lethal results.”

Muhammad Nasir Mahmoud Khalil al-Tarayra, 16

Muhammad was shot dead after after stabbing a 13-year-old girl, Hallel Yaffa Ariel, in her home in the Kiryat Arba settlement near Hebron on 30 June.

The New York Times reported that Muhammad then locked himself in the girl’s house for some time while armed residents of the settlement, including the girl’s father, tried to track down who had breached the settlement’s fence.

When they forced their way into her home, Muhammad, from the nearby village of Bani Naim, stabbed one of the armed settlers before being shot dead.

Ariel was rushed to a hospital, where she died a short time later. The US State Department confirmed the girl held American citizenship. Ariel was the only Israeli child killed by Palestinians during 2016.

Israeli forces demolished the home belonging to Muhammad’s family in August.

Muhyee al-Din Muhammad Sudqi Sadiq Tibakhi, 10

Muhyee Sidqi al-Tibakhi

Muhyee died after he was shot in the chest and head during confrontations that broke out when Israeli forces raided al-Ram town near Jerusalem on 19 July.

Defense for Children International – Palestine stated that the “boy died from a sponge-tipped bullet to the chest fired by Israeli forces.”

Muhyee is the second Palestinian child to be killed by a sponge-tipped bullet, according to the group. Muhammad Sinokrot, 16, died of his injuries in 2014 after an Israeli Border Police combatant shot the right side of his head, causing a skull fracture and brain hemorrhage. An Israeli investigation of Muhammad’s case was closed without charging the Border Police officer responsible, Defense for Children said.

Abd al-Rahman Ahmad al-Dabbagh, 15

Abd al-Rahman Ahmad al-Dabbagh (DCIP)

Abd al-Rahman was killed instantly after he was directly hit by a flare bomb fired by an Israeli soldier during a protest near the boundary between Gaza and Israel on 9 September.

After the teen was hit, “Abd al-Rahman was then seen lying on the ground, with his head on fire,” a report on the incident by the human rights group Al-Haq stated.

“His shocked friends ran to help him, but the Israeli soldiers pointed their weapons at them, and stated, ‘whoever will dare and try to approach will suffer the same fate as him,’” Al-Haq added.

Defense for Children International – Palestine published a video still showing Abd al-Rahman lying on the ground, flames and smoke coming from his head.

“An X-ray image shared with DCIP … appears to show the flare punctured and lodged in Abd al-Rahman’s skull above his left eyebrow,” the group stated. The projectile that killed Abd al-Rahman is produced by Chemring Ordnance and AMTEC Corporation, both based in the US, DCIP added.

Firas al-Khadour, 17

A witness to the slaying of Firas denied Israel’s claim that the teen was attempting to attack soldiers with his car when he was killed on 16 September.

The witness, who was riding in the car with Firas when he was killed, said that the vehicle had faulty brakes which failed when it approached the Kiryat Arba settlement near the West Bank city of Hebron, causing it to crash into a bus stop.

After the car was stopped, soldiers opened fire on it from multiple directions, killing Firas and critically wounding the witness.

“Firas began slowing down, but the brakes were not responding at all. The car’s speed was increasing, and he tried to use the handbrakes to stop but that did not work out either,” Raghad, the witness, told Defense for Children International – Palestine. “I was very scared, and the scary part was that we were approaching the entrance of the settlement.”

Both Firas and the witness are from Bani Naim village.

Muhammad Thalji Kayid Thalji al-Rajabi, 15

Muhammad was shot dead after allegedly stabbing and lightly injuring an Israeli soldier near the Tel Rumeida area of the Old City of Hebron in the West Bank on 16 September. Israeli forces reportedly prevented an ambulance from reaching al-Rajabi after he was shot.

Amir Jamal al-Rajabi, 16

Amir was shot and fatally wounded along with Muhannad Jamal al-Rajabi, 21, while brandishing a knife at the Ibrahimi mosque checkpoint in the West Bank city of Hebron on 19 September. The Palestine Red Crescent Society told the Ma’an News Agency that one of their ambulances was “denied access” to the scene. An Israeli soldier was reportedly lightly injured in the hand during the incident.

Issa Salem Mahmoud al-Tarayra, 15

Issa as slain by soldiers who claimed that the boy was carrying a knife and intended to stab them at a checkpoint near the West Bank town of Bani Naim on 20 September. No Israelis were injured during the incident.

Faris Ziyad Ata al-Bayid, 15

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Faris al-Bayed (DCIP)

Faris died on 23 December after he was in a coma for 69 days as a result of being shot during confrontations with Israeli forces at the entrance of Jalazone refugee camp near the West Bank city of Ramallah.

Doctors told Defense for Children International – Palestine that a rubber-coated metal bullet pierced the front of Faris’ head and lodged in his brain, “causing severe damage and bleeding.”

Faris had attended a march commemorating the killing of Ahmad Sharaka, 14, also from Jalazone camp, shot by soldiers one year prior.

A military inquiry found that the soldiers were justified in opening fire at Faris. The Israeli rights group B’Tselem stated, however, that the shooting was “unlawful,” and that the boy did not pose a lethal danger to soldiers when he was shot.

Khalid Bahr Ahmad Bahr, 15

Aerial view shows smiling adolescent boy lying next to baby sister
Khalid Bahr Ahmad Bahr (DCIP)

Khalid was shot in the back from a distance of approximately 20 meters while running away from soldiers, who accused the teen of throwing stones at them, at the entrance to a grove near Beit Ommar, a village in the southern occupied West Bank, on 20 October.

A military inquiry into the incident determined that “the soldiers’ lives were not in danger, and that they could have acted differently in this case,” according to the Tel Aviv newspaper Haaretz. An Israeli army spokesperson said that the incident is being investigated by the Military Police Investigation Unit, and will then be referred to the Military Advocate General.

The Israeli rights group B’Tselem stated that Israeli forces “acted without any justification and did not face lethal danger” when they shot the boy.

Israel withheld Khalid’s body for several weeks, preventing his family from burying him.

Muhammad Nabil Jawdat Salam, 14

Young man wears T-shirt and baseball cap
Ahmad Zeidani (DCIP)

Muhammad was shot dead by a private security guard near the Shuafat checkpoint in the Jerusalem area on 25 November. Israeli police claimed that the youth had attempted to carry out a stabbing attack. No Israelis were injured during the incident.

Ahmad Zeidani, 17

Israeli forces shot Ahmad when he was running away from them on 18 December, security camera footage released by B’Tselem shows.

Ahmad was among a group of youths attempting to repel the forces from entering Beit Rima, a village near the West Bank city of Ramallah.

B’Tselem stated that the youths were “some 10 to 20 meters away from the soldiers and officers, and they were running away from them” when they were fired on. “There was no justification for shooting them and this action was unlawful.”

Names and ages reported here may vary from earlier reporting by The Electronic Intifada. All names, ages and dates of deadly incidents presented here have been verified with Defense for Children International – Palestine, which obtains the child’s government-issued ID card or birth certificate, or both in some cases, typically from the child’s immediate family, to verify name and age.

To 9/11 and Beyond: The Rothschild-Israeli Obsession with Nuclear Weapons

By James Perloff

It is increasingly clear that the Rothschilds have long been the world’s foremost “Power that Be,” and that Israel, the Rothschilds’ proxy state, has been the world’s leading generator of terrorism, despite mainstream media’s interminable parroting of Israel’s self-portrayal as “victim.”

If anyone would have had the power to assassinate the President of the United States, it was the Rothschild Zionist Establishment. Michael Collins Piper’s book Final Judgment, linking Israel to the Kennedy assassination, got a strong boost in 2004 when Israeli nuclear whistleblower Mordechai Vanunu stated that Kennedy was assassinated over his opposition to Israel’s nuclear weapons program.

Long before the Internet, one of the best resources in alternative media was Hilaire du Berrier’s intelligence newsletter, which he published out of Paris and Monaco from 1958 until his death in 2001. In his September 1963 newsletter du Berrier wrote:

Israel tested her first A-bomb in September, 1962, a product of the Beersheba plant in the Negev Desert. But the halting of this Beersheba plant was part of the package America agreed to deliver on the Test Ban Treaty’s signing. In late July American planes flew over the Israel reactor site at Dimona, as a reminder. The new government under Levi Eshkol did not push its protest.

For actually, though Cairo, London, Paris and Brussels knew the details behind Ben-Gurion’s recent resignation, the American and Israeli publics are still in the dark. HERE IS WHAT HAPPENED: On the eve of the Harriman, Gromyko, Hailsham talks in Moscow, President Kennedy wrote a letter to Premier Ben-Gurion telling him to halt his atomic research and dismantle his plants.

If he refused, a revision of America’s relations with Israel would be necessary. Literally, it was an ultimatum. Ben-Gurion looked over America’s financial aid and special laws favoring gifts and bequests to Israel and called it blackmail.1

It is noteworthy that this description of Ben-Gurion’s fury with Kennedy was not written in hindsight, but two months before the assassination.

The Zionist New World Order has long been obsessed with nuclear weapons. I learned much about this from reading David Dionisi’s book Atomic Bomb Secrets, which I have previously reviewed on this website. Dionisi’s focus is the 1945 atomic bombing of Nagaski, a criminally unnecessary act, since Japan had already asked to surrender on the very terms the United States subsequently accepted. Nagasaki was targeted because it was Japan’s Christian center, home to some 50,000 Christians. The “Fat Man” bomb that decimated Nagasaki was dropped directly over Urakami Cathedral, the largest Christian Cathedral in the Far East.

In ancient Canaan, child sacrifices were made to the satanic god Moloch:

Dionisi notes that satanists believe: when they conduct a human sacrifice, they draw power from the victim’s death. The bomb that killed over 70,000 at Nagasaki would be deemed empowering on a colossal scale. The same could be said of the fire-bombing of Dresden, which claimed hundreds of thousands of lives (the exact number has never been possible to determine); an atomic bomb would probably have been preferred, but was not yet ready.

The dead of Dresden

While alternative media correctly regards 9/11 as a false flag intended to generate the domestic police state and never-ending Middle East wars, Dionisi notes the event had an additional dimension usually overlooked: the Twin Towers’ destruction constituted a ritual sacrifice, a burnt offering on a mass scale.

The New World Order’s upper levels are Luciferian, as has been described by intelligence analysts such as William Guy Carr (Canadian Intelligence Service), Ted Gunderson (FBI), and John Coleman (MI6). It is very evident in the Bohemian Grove “cremation of Care” ceremony taped by Alex Jones, in which the global elite engage in a mock human sacrifice (some say it is not mock) before a 40-foot statue of Moloch:

Luciferianism is on parade in the photos that have surfaced of a 1972 Rothschild-hosted ball:

(More pictures here)

Before the 2016 Presidential election, Wikileaks revealed the satanic ties of Hillary Clinton’s campaign manager, John Podesta, to Marina Abramović, spirit cooking, and pedophilia.

Aside from its military public pretexts, the atomic bomb created the potential for human-sacrifice burnt offerings on an unprecedented scale. During World War II, the Zionist Establishment took great pains to transfer the new technology to the Soviet Union, which was the Rothschilds’ first proxy state; the nation of Israel did not yet exist.

In 1952, George Racey Jordan, a Lend-Lease expediter during the war, revealed the Roosevelt-Truman administration had shipped the Soviet Union both the blueprints and materials for making the atomic bomb. This high-level treason, done on express orders from Harry Hopkins (White House front man for Zionist bankster Bernard Baruch), was detailed in Jordan’s book From Major Jordan’s Diaries.


In his ignored 1994 book The Fifth Man, Roland Perry identified Victor Rothschild, one of Britain’s most powerful bankers, as the long-sought “Fifth Man” of the notorious Burgess-MacLean-Philby-Blunt spy ring. Former KGB officials confirmed Perry’s identification of Rothschild. As an inspector for MI5 (Britain’s equivalent of the FBI), Victor Rothschild had complete authority over state security during World War II. He passed Britain’s own atomic bomb secrets to the Soviet Union.

In 1948 the Israeli state was proclaimed, and by 1949 it had already initiated plans for developing atomic bombs.2 Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister, said: “What Einstein, Oppenheimer, and Teller, the three of them are Jews, made for the United States, could also be done by scientists in Israel, for their own people.”3 Today many analysts estimate that Israel has hundreds of nuclear weapons, but no one knows the true number, because Israel keeps its nuclear program an ironclad secret. The U.S. government doesn’t complain, which is ironic, since it demands that other Middle East nations maintain complete transparency about weapons, even starting the Iraq war in 2003 on the discredited pretext that Saddam Hussein was concealing WMDs.

Victor Rothschild was Jacob Rothschild’s father. Jacob and his cousin, Evelyn de Rothschild, are regarded by some as the two most influential men in the world today.

Popular Internet meme of Prince Charles with Evelyn de Rothschild    

Evelyn de Rothschild is so powerful that he and his wife, Lynn Forester de Rothschild, honeymooned at the White House when Bill Clinton was President.4 Rumors have persisted in alternative media (as in this clip) that the pair had a “front-row” penthouse view of the World Trade Center’s destruction on 9/11.

Which brings us to this post’s heart, a matter that has begun gaining wider acceptance in alternative media: that 9/11 was a nuclear event.

Nuclear 9/11

If anyone doesn’t understand that Israel, along with cooperative American Zionists, were 9/11’s architects, I recommend reading this article.

Two days after 9/11, NBC’s Tom Brokaw interviewed Benjamin Netanyahu, who remarked:

In 1995 I wrote a book called Fighting Terrorism, and I said that if we don’t arrest the tide of militant Islamic terrorism, then the next thing that will be is not a car bomb in the World Trade Center, but a nuclear bomb.

Netanyahu, perhaps realizing he’d disclosed too much, elaborated:

Now it wasn’t a nuclear bomb, it was a 350-ton conventional bomb.

Here is the clip. The remarks begin at the 1:21 mark:

Even though Netanyahu revised “nuclear” to “conventional,” one must ask how he knew the bomb’s specific yield. In fact, how did he know it was a bomb at all? Supposedly plane crashes had brought the Towers down.

The solution to the Towers’ destruction was pioneered in a 2006 book entitled Ground Zero: The Nuclear Demolition of the World Trade Centre by William Tahil. He demonstrated, for example, that WTC dust samples contained inexplicably high concentrations of elements produced by nuclear fission, such as strontium and barium. He also documented that seismology recordings displayed two enormous off-the-chart spikes consistent with explosion, not mere collapse.


(See Tahil, p. 77, for full graphic.)

Tahil’s conclusions are being corroborated, not only by the high cancer rates among 9/11 survivors, but through the fact that, by 2008, thyroid cancer was occurring at above-average frequency in first responders more than any other type of cancer (if clicking the link, see the SIR—Standardized Incidence Ratio—in Table 2). And by 2013, the number of first responders with thyroid cancer had nearly quadrupled from 26 to 97. Why is this significant? Because nuclear bombs emit iodine-131, which collects in the thyroid, often causing cancer. This is why some people keep potassium iodide tablets on hand—to protect their thyroid glands in case of a nuclear attack.

Many phenomena were consistent with nuclear explosion on 9/11. Tremendous explosive force was needed to hurl chunks of the World Trade Center, weighing multiple tons, hundreds of feet, such as this piece which impaled itself In the American Express building across the street:american-express-building
Multi-ton sections flew some 600 feet, demolishing the Winter Garden Atrium:

The collapsed Winter Garden Atrium

Then there was the virtually complete vaporization of the Towers’ inner contents: no furniture, filing cabinets (except one), computers, or toilets survived. All turned into dust. Even the buildings’ concrete became dust, instead of falling as chunks of debris. The vaporization, of course, included the humans inside (whole bodies that were found belonged to people who jumped before the Towers exploded):

Not only is a nuclear bomb the most powerful explosive known, its blast—unlike conventional explosives—endures for several seconds, enabling it to inflict considerably more damage.

A common objection to the nuclear hypothesis is: “Where are the post-9/11 Geiger counter readings showing lots of radiation in New York City?” The answer: not all nuclear bombs discharge large amounts of radiation. Most use a combination of nuclear fission and fusion; if the fission is high, fallout (radiation) will be high; but if fission is low compared to fusion, fallout will be low.

The Free Dictionary defines a “clean bomb” as “an atom bomb leaving little or no radioactive contamination.” During the Cold War, the United States began developing tactical nuclear weapons, also known as “battlefield nukes.” Obviously, in a battlefield situation, a low-radiation weapon is desired; otherwise it could harm one’s own army.

The Davy Crockett recoilless gun fired an M388 atomic round:

The nuclear warheads the Davy Crockett fired had a yield of only 10 to 20 tons,5 far less than the 350 tons mentioned by Netanyahu. A modern suitcase nuke is small enough to carry in a backpack.

What types of nuclear warheads would Israel stockpile? Although this is a state secret, it should be obvious that Israel would emphasize “battlefield” nukes. In war with its neighbors, it wouldn’t want radiation blowback to Tel Aviv.

It is interesting that the site of the Towers’ destruction was called “Ground Zero,” which my 1994 Webster’s New World Dictionary defines as “the land or water surface area directly below or above the point of detonation of a nuclear bomb.”

The Towers’ “collapses” were clearly explosions. Here is a shot of the South Tower showing a huge single upward burst of energy:

The North Tower explodes:

Tactical nuke exploding:

Here the same bomb creates an expanding ground-level cloud, similar to what New Yorkers fled from on 9/11:

For a full view of the explosion, watch from 2:36 to 3:02 of the following clip posted by ZiG ZAG (the entire video is of explosions of tactical nukes of various types and strength):

For comparison, here is a clip of the 9/11 dust cloud. Is this simply from “a building falling down”?

On 9/11, much of a nuclear blast, hitting mass above the “airplane strike” damage, would have begun dispersing through the Tower’s gashes. This is probably why it made no classic mushroom cloud that is a signature of atomic bombs. Nonetheless, as Tahil noted, the remaining plume was quite like that left by nuclear detonation:

If someone was going to place a nuclear bomb in the World Trade Center, where would they put it? In his 1995 book Fighting Terrorism, Netanyahu dropped a hint that he didn’t mention to Brokaw:

In the worst of such scenarios, the consequences could be not a car bomb but a nuclear bomb in the basement of the World Trade Center.6 [Italics in original text]

OK, the basement. But where in the basement?

If, as Netanyahu implied, there was one bomb per Tower, a logical place for suitcase nukes would have been the buildings’ deepest points: the service pits beneath Elevator 50, the only elevator that (1) ran the entire length of either Tower, and (2) went to the Towers’ lowest level, Sublevel B6. It was also close to each building’s center. Elevator 50 is colored blue in the schematic below; reference



(resource for last image:

This position would have created a virtual “launching pad” for a nuke; surrounding bedrock would have largely contained the blast’s sideways/downward force. The main force would have followed the path of least resistance­—upwards through the hole in the bedrock, its expanding energy surging fastest through the elevator shaft until hitting mass above the “airplane strike” zone.

This scenario might also resolve the mysterious damage to other World Trade Center buildings.

The Rest of the WTC: Nuclear Residual through Underground Pipes?

Building 5 was set ablaze (video clip here):

Here is Building 6 from overhead, with a huge crater that went to the lowest basement level:

Then there is the notorious Building 7, whose raging fires are seen in this clip:

When did these fires start? It could not have been before the Towers’ destruction. Otherwise, video of the burning Towers would have shown additional smoke plumes, cameras would have panned to the blazes, and news announcers would have said, “We seem to have yet another building on fire.” Some have suggested these fires resulted from bombs set off simultaneously as the Towers exploded. Yet given the terrorists’ success in bringing down the Towers, why would they fail to collapse the smaller WTC buildings (except for Building 7 at 5:20 PM, in an obvious controlled demolition)?

Nuclear blasts originating at the Twin Towers’ lowest levels may provide the answer. Underneath the World Trade Center, the buildings were interconnected by pipes, not only for sewage, but a storm water drainage system. Reading the World Trade Center Property Risk Report prepared for owner Larry Silverstein:

Storm Water
Roof drains and leaders convey the storm water by gravity to the various building drains, located on level B-1, which connect to the 36-inch storm watch drain that discharges into the Hudson River. The subsurface water and the machinery drips are drained into the various sump pits located in level B-6. The sump pumps discharge the clear water into two 36-inch storm water drains on level B-1.7

Any building’s place at greatest risk for flooding is its lowest point. For the Twin Towers, this would have been Elevator 50’s service pits, which, as we’ve seen, were carved into the bedrock beneath the lowest basement level, B-6. From here flood water would be pumped through pipes to the 36-inch storm drain. Thus atomic blasts here would not only follow the path of least resistance up through Elevator 50’s shaft, but up into the 36-inch storm water drain system. Starting at the following video’s 13-second mark, one can see overpressure bursting up in two geysers at the northern garage ramp, first as steam, then as smoke, before becoming engulfed in dust from the Tower:

For the record, here is a still with the two geysers highlighted:geysers

The WTC’s storm water apparently drained through two systems, one linked to each Tower. Quoting Eric Darton’s 1999 book Divided We Stand: A Biography of New York’s World Trade Center:

Port Authority engineers ended up designing a dual sewerage system for the trade center . . . . Storm sewage from the west side of the complex—the Vista Hotel, Tower One, and the Customs building [WTC 6]—drains into the Hudson, as does the trade center’s air conditioning runoff. A pipeline was eventually built that channels the remainder of the waste water to the Newton Creek plant, on the border of Brooklyn and Queens.8

Thus the secondary force of a nuclear blast from the first (South) Tower could have propagated through the underground pipes and shot up through buildings 5 and 7, igniting them, and from the North Tower to Building 6. Building 7’s fires were less devastating—it was more distant and taller. As Trade Center garages were also connected to the drainage system, they would have been burned too, accounting for the “toasted cars.”

Falling debris could not have caused the raging internal fires seen in the smaller buildings. Earlier in this post we saw edifices outside the World Trade Center (American Express Building, Winter Garden Atrium) that were heavily impacted by debris, but they did not catch fire. THEY WERE NOT CONNECTED TO THE WTC’S UNDERGROUND DRAINAGE SYSTEM.

Lucky Larry

As is well known in the 9/11 Truth community, less than two months before the attacks, the World Trade Center came under new management for the first time in its history. Larry Silverstein and his partners purchased a 99-year lease for $124 million. After the tragedy he received an insurance payout of nearly $5 billion. Lucky Larry also managed to avoid being at the World Trade Center on 9/11 due to a fortuitous doctor’s appointment.

Silverstein is also great friends with Benjamin Netanyahu who, as we have seen, had predicted a nuclear bomb would be placed in the World Trade Center. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz reported in November 2001:

The two have been on friendly terms since Netanyahu’s stint as Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations. For years they kept in close touch. Every Sunday afternoon, New York time, Netanyahu would call Silverstein. It made no difference what the subject was or where Netanyahu was, he would always call, Silverstein told an Israeli acquaintance. Their ties continued after Netanyahu became prime minister.9

As the World Trade Center’s brand-new owner, Silverstein could easily have given Israeli agents with suitcase nukes access to the Twin Tower basements.

Silverstein is famous for his “pull it” remark regarding Building 7, the “smoking gun” of 9/11. But might Larry have had an even bigger smoking gun had he not pulled it? According to Building 7 survivor Barry Jennings (an emergency coordinator for the New York Housing Authority), an enormous explosion in 7 destroyed the lower part of the stairs he and a colleague were descending in a stairwell. They retreated upstairs and were eventually rescued by the fire department. Jennings described intense heat, and stepping over dead bodies on the way out of the building’s blown-out lobby.10 Perhaps for Silverstein, pulling the building was better than having to explain all those mysterious office fires and corpses, which did not fit the official narrative.

Hollywood Hints

Much has been discussed about the entertainment industry’s innumerable pre-9/11 predictions.



No film reeks of 9/11 symbolism more than Back to the Future, from Marty’s DeLorean leaving a glowing “911,” to Biff watching a simulated Twin Towers collapse in Back to the Future 2. Director Robert Zemeckis later made a movie about the Twin Towers called The Walk, released in October 2015, the same year and month Marty traveled ahead to in the future. I won’t embed it here, but this 12-minute clip nicely summarizes Back to the Future’s 9/11 predictions.

However, a widely overlooked feature of its foreshadowing is the nuclear element. Here’s Doc explaining to Marty how he powers the flux capacitor:

Doc: Unfortunately no, it requires something with a little more kick, plutonium.

Marty: Uh, plutonium, wait a minute, are you telling me that this sucker’s nuclear?

Then there’s the bumper sticker on Doc’s car:

I acknowledge that this brief Hollywood digression in no way “proves” the Twin Towers were nuked. It’s supplemental, for whatever it may be worth.

Implications for the Truth Movement?

Might Tahil’s work on nuclear demolition have alarmed the 9/11 perpetrators, resulting in alternative theories of the WTC collapse, for the purpose of creating cognitive dissonance? I don’t know when in 2006 Tahil’s book was published, but in late 2006 Dr. Judy Wood proposed Directed Energy Weapons (DEWs) and Architects and Engineers for 9/11 Truth was established (proposing nano-thermite). (In making this remark, I intend no insult to followers of either camp, who include many sincere and intelligent individuals.)

This summer, during his book tour, I had the pleasure of meeting Chris Bollyn, one of 9/11’s best researchers. In this interview, starting at about the 42-minute mark, Chris states a Mossad agent approached him in Germany and tried to sell him on the “beam weapons” thesis, long before Judy Wood got on board with it. Dr. Woods’ DEWs, which she initially called “Star Wars Beam Weapons,” took Israelis off the hook for 9/11, since they wouldn’t have had a space-based weapon.

Kevin Ryan, who, along with Dr. Steven Jones, is a leading nano-thermite proponent, exonerates Israel as well, in his book Another Nineteen: Investigating Legitimate 9/11 Suspects. After 312 pages, he writes:

Israel has also been discussed in terms of the possibility that elements of its government were involved. Unfortunately, such claims are often made without supporting evidence and coherent reasoning. Although there is evidence that Israeli intelligence knew details about the attacks in advance—the story of the “Dancing Israelis” verified this foreknowledge—many governments had advance knowledge of the attacks as indicated by the warnings received.11

Looking at Ryan’s suspect list in his chapter headingsCheney, Rumsfeld, Freeh, Tenet, Clarke, Canavan, Sliney, Eberhart, Truscott, Jenkins, Walker, McDaniel, Giuliani, etc.—he somehow missed the innumerable Israeli/Zionist links to 9/11. There is virtually no overlap. His book never once mentions Dov “missing 2.3 trillion” Zakheim, comptroller of the Pentagon. Larry Silverstein is noted only in passing—no discussion of Lucky Larry’s $5 billion insurance payout or doctor’s appointment on 9/11.

The “plane strikes”

Although this post has primarily addressed the use of nukes of 9/11, its conclusions necessitate briefly discussing what actually struck the Twin Towers as “airplanes” that day.

Lack of physical evidence at the Pentagon and Shanksville has long left doubt that any planes hit them at all. Many people are beginning to realize that the Twin Towers weren’t struck by jetliners either. Whatever hit the South Tower was traveling at 590 miles per hour,12 speed impossible for a Boeing 767 to attain at ground level; even if it did, it would have been uncontrollable, as demonstrated by Pilots for 9/11 Truth in this 6-minute clip.

Then, of course, are the impossible physics displayed in news footage of Flight 175 vanishing into the South Tower, its fragile aluminum wings and tail slicing through the 14-inch steel columns “like a hot knife through butter.” For those new to 9/11 Truth, there are innumerable posts and videos about this; I’ll embed a quick clip here:

Many believe the images of aircraft hitting the Towers were CGI (computer-generated imagery) made after the fact. However, Richard Hall has produced a compelling video demonstrating that, in all South Tower strike footage, filmed from many angles, the object followed the precise same trajectory. This indicates a real object hit the Tower. Hall concludes it was a missile shrouded in a plane’s image. I won’t embed the 30-minute video, but click here if you wish to view.

The declassified 1987 Defense Department paper Critical Technology Assessment in Israel and NATO Nations noted that the Israeli firm El-Op was then already developing holographic technology with “stealth applications.”

Hologram tech is real. It can make deceased performers “come to life” on stage:

Military implications are obvious. When Chris Bollyn was on his 9/11 speaking tour this summer, I asked his opinion of the “no planes” theory. Chris said that on images of Flight 175’s underside, you can see a missile; its nose lights up when it meets the building. (This is much discussed in the 9/11 movement.) Chris asked: if it was only a hologram, why would they bother including a missile image? Chris’s conclusion was that missile-carrying drones hit the Towers.

However, I didn’t understand how a drone could fly through steel any more than a jetliner. Although I am not wedded to the idea, Hall’s conclusion may resolve the dilemma: perhaps the missile was real, but the “airplane” was not. Unlike jetliner noses, which are so soft they have been crumpled by bird collisions, a missile’s nose is hardened and designed for penetration. With advanced holographic technology, a missile could easily project a plane image around itself. The sound people heard may have been a cruise missile instead of a Boeing 767. I have no idea where the missiles would have been launched, but it’s interesting that Israel began commissioning her first Dolphin-class submarines in 1999.

9/11 may actually have been a comparatively simple operation: four cruise missiles cloaked as aircraft, one of which had to be ditched in Shanksville; and two suitcase nukes in the Twin Towers’ deepest shafts.

We haven’t discussed many other aspects of 9/11 here: fates of the original passengers and planes, which I probed in an earlier post; the basement explosions heard in the Twin Towers during “plane” impact; and evidence for pre-planted explosives and thermite at the impact levels. But we can only address so much in an article.

What about the Future?

The goal of the Rothschild “Powers that Be” has long been an all-powerful one-world government. It was for this purpose that the Council on Foreign Relations, Bilderbergers and Trilateral Commission were established. Regional consolidations such as the EU and NAFTA were designed as stepping stones to an ultimate world government.

Zionism has always been enmeshed with world government. This should surprise no one, since the Rothschilds have been the driving financial force behind both. Here is Israel’s first prime minister, Ben-Gurion, calling for a “New World Order” at the 1945 World Zionist Congress:

The world government’s center would be Jerusalem. Ben-Gurion predicted this in Look magazine in 1962 (below). A larger-font transcript can be read here.
Ben Gurion’s reference to a “Supreme Court of Mankind” in Jerusalem would startle no one familiar with “The Roots of Evil in Jersualem,” a description of the Luciferian architecture of the Rothschild-funded Israeli Supreme Court.

We should make no mistake—world government would be cruel, totalitarian, and ruled by a figure the Bible calls the “beast” or “Antichrist.” Revelation 13:7 says “he was given authority over every tribe, people, language and nation.” To govern the world, the Antichrist would need a world government. The Bible likewise warns he will rule from a (rebuilt) temple in Jerusalem; e.g.:

Don’t let anyone deceive you in any way, for that day will not come until the rebellion occurs and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the man doomed to destruction. He will oppose and exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshipped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God. (2 Thessalonians 2:3-4)

World Wars have been the primary catalysts of the Rothschild plan. World War I generated the first try at world government, the League of Nations, as well as the Balfour declaration, which the British government issued to Lord Walter Rothschild, pledging a “Jewish homeland” in Palestine. World War II produced a stronger framework for world government—the UN—and the Israeli state. But the plan’s culmination (total world government, seated in Jerusalem) would probably require a World War III.

How do you start wars? Usually through false flags. The events which brought America into World War I (Lusitania) and World War II (Pearl Harbor), were orchestrated through deception.

What sort of false flag might trigger World War III? It doesn’t take a rocket scientist to understand that another World War would inevitably involve nuclear weapons. And here Israel’s secrecy concerning the number and size of her nukes becomes extremely troubling. According to the declassified 1987 Defense Department report, the United States assisted Israel in developing hydrogen bombs. Why would Israel need H-bombs?

Israel’s very identity seems intertwined with nuclear weapons. Even Wikipedia says Ben-Gurion was “nearly obsessed” with them.13 What is the purpose of these weapons? 9/11 demonstrated offensive use. They obviously aren’t for defense because, after 9/11, the U.S. military squandered its resources eliminating Israel’s viable enemies in the region—Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, and now Syria. Only Iran remains.

If, in fact, missiles were cloaked as jetliners for the 9/11 false flag, it raises a disturbing possibility. To instigate World War III, perhaps Israel would launch a high-yield nuclear missile against America, this time cloaked as a Russian bomber. Or a nuclear missile against Russia, cloaked as a U.S. bomber. Either way, the Zionists might get their Third World War.

The question would then become: How far would this World War go? While I realize Hollywood has limited predictive value, I will reference it here, only because it has modeled the possibilities. In 1964, two major films depicted nuclear war between America and Russia: Fail Safe (drama) and Dr. Strangelove (dark comedy). Their endings were very different, but equally bizarre. Columbia pictures produced both films, which even shared screenwriter Peter George (died 1966).

In Fail Safe, a computer glitch causes a U.S. bomber squadron to nuke Moscow, despite all efforts by the President and Pentagon to recall it. To appease Russia and ensure no all-out war destroys humanity, the President orders the U.S. Air Force to nuke New York City; as Ground Zero they use the Empire State Building, the city’s tallest building before the Twin Towers, whose design plan was publicly revealed that same year, 1964. (Makes one think twice about the original A-bomb program being named “The Manhattan Project.”)

In Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb, a rogue American general launches a first strike on Russia, and here again, the Pentagon and President cannot stop it. In this film’s ending, the entire world is nuked; the audience watches a gallery of nuclear explosions while the song “We’ll Meet Again” plays. Dr. Strangelove has told us, however, that the world’s leaders and elite will escape the disaster by going underground, reminiscent of the DUMBs (deep underground military bases) discussed in alternative media.

Many believe that the German-accented character Dr. Strangelove was based on Henry Kissinger.

Dr. Strangelove was played by Peter Sellers, who had three roles in the film. Sellers had previously played three roles in another film about nuclear weapons—the Mouse that Roared (1959), in which a tiny country rules the world after stealing a powerful American weapon (the “Q bomb”) from . . . New York City. That film’s thesis seems like a parable for Israel. For just as the gun was called “the great equalizer,” the atomic bomb is an equalizer making small countries as formidable as the large.

Which are the Rothschild elite planning? The Strangelove option (nuke the planet) or Fail Safe option (limited nuclear war)? I believe it is probably the latter. If they intended all-out nuclear war, why bother with police-state surveillance, chemtrails, vaccines, false-flag shootings, and the host of other ills inflicted upon us? Why not just nuke the planet and be done with it? And how can you have a world government without a world?

While either scenario would produce a burnt offering to Satan on an unprecedented scale, a Fail Safe limited war could frighten humanity into accepting world government from fear of a Dr. Strangelove outcome.

When might this happen? Trying to predict the future is a great way to end up with egg on your face. However, I am concerned about 2017.

The Rothschild-owned magazine The Economist is notorious for its annual predictive cover. “The World in 2017” cover displays Tarot cards including a “death” card with a nuclear bomb exploding.

2017 has many anniversaries for the Rothschild elite to celebrate. Here’s a graphic I occasionally Tweet:

If I was Rothschild, and was sentimental, my ideal date in 2017 might be March 11, Purim, the holiday when Jews celebrate being delivered from their enemies—and celebrate slaughtering them.

What would be the best way to prevent an atomic holocaust? One thing Israel and its Rothschild patrons fear is military might. Neither American nor Russian generals want a nuclear nightmare. I believe Vladimir Putin would do well to warn Netanyahu that, in the event of an Israeli-schemed nuclear false flag, Tel Aviv would be first on the hit list.

Along with strategic hopes, we need to turn to God, and do a lot of praying. As a chaplain famously said at Pearl Harbor that Sunday morning, “Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition.”


  1. H. du B Reports, September, 1963, pp. 5-6.
  2. “Nuclear Weapons and Israel,” Wikipedia,
  3. Jeffrey Goldberg, “The Point of No Return,” The Atlantic, September, 2010,
  4. Nicole Goodkind, “Donald Trump Has Gamed the System His Whole Life: Lady Rothschild,” Yahoo! Finance, October 5, 2016,
  5. “Little Shots—The Cold War’s Smallest Nukes,” Military History Now, October 21, 2013,
  6. Benjamin Netanyahu, Fighting Terrorism: How Democracies Can Defeat Domestic and International Terrorists (New York: Farrar Straus Giroux, 1995), 125.
  7. World Trade Center Property Risk Report, Prepared for Silverstein Properties, Inc., (New York: Alternative Insurance Works, September 19, 2000), p. 11,
  8. Eric Darton, Divided We Stand: A Biography of New York’s World Trade Center (New York: Basic Books, 1999; 2011 edition), p. 158.
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Attacks on Occupation Soldiers is Terrorism?

‘Innocent’ European Zionists proclaim new state (on top of Palestine and Palestinians), unprovoked Arab terrorists attack! Twisted narrative.

Good Point:

There is no attempt anymore to try to introduce a working definition of terrorism which does not betray the political interests of terrorists and war criminals and occupiers.  When I first came to US, Zionist mainstream media (and all mainstream media are Zionists as are non-mainstream media in this weird country) grudgingly accepted that terrorism really refers to attacks on civilians.
This definition has been really discarded.  The working US government and media definition of terrorism is now basically a reference to violence against soldiers or people we like, and that violence against civilians and soldiers we don’t like is praiseworthy “struggle” or “revolution”–as in the case of Syria. So the attack in Jerusalem was directed against soldiers.
 How did the New York Times refer to the attack?  “Israel buried its latest terrorism victims on Monday“.  Now, notice how many times the Times referred to the armed terrorist soldiers as “children” and it gave their ages so that readers can sympathize with them.  In the last year the ratio of death between Israelis and Palestinians was close to 1-14, in favor of Israelis.
But those Palestinian unarmed victims are never regarded as victims of terrorism while armed Israeli terrorists are seen as victims of terrorism when they are targeted by the occupied.  What I like about Zionists is that they are not even trying anymore.
They are just plain propagandists in the US media. And whenever an Israeli is killed–no matter of the circumstances–the funeral pictures will appear the next day in the Times.  Rarely if ever for Palestinian victims.  How can anyone who has a sense of humanitarian concern and decency and who believes in human equality ever work for a paper like the New York Times.  It is the paper where failed and inconsistent liberals can find their lousy refuge.