Visions of a Freeman - Brain Age - 17, June of 2014
Netanyanju and the rape of justice.

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http://www.bbc.com/news/world-middle-east-27855994
15 June 2014 Last updated at 20:44 GMT

Israel accuses Hamas of abducting missing teenagers

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has accused the Palestinian Islamist movement Hamas of kidnapping three Israeli teenagers.

The students went missing on Thursday near an Israeli settlement in the West Bank on their way back from lessons.

Hamas has denied it was involved in their disappearance.

The disappearance is being seen as the biggest strain on relations between the two sides since a Palestinian unity government was announced in April.

As tensions mounted, Israeli troops surrounded a house in the West Bank city of Hebron late on Sunday and gunfire was heard.

Unconfirmed reports said two men were arrested. It is not clear if the incident was connected to the search for the missing teenagers.

"Those who carried out the kidnapping of our youngsters are Hamas people," Mr Netanyahu said.

Mr Netanyahu pointed to the fact that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas recently announced a unity government backed by Hamas.

Israel suspended crisis-hit peace talks with the Palestinians when the government was announced and insists it will not deal with a Palestinian government backed by Hamas.

Hamas spokesman Sami Abu Zuhri called Mr Netanyahu's statements "silly" and said the arrests of Hamas figures were "aimed at breaking the will of the Hamas movement in the West Bank".

The Israeli army says it has arrested about 80 Palestinians in the search for the teenagers.

Analysis: Quentin Sommerville, BBC News, Jerusalem

Israel is gripped by the fate of three teenagers, who were returning from lessons at a seminary when they disappeared.

The suspicion is that they were kidnapped. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is certain they were taken by Hamas. The Islamist militant group dismissed the accusation.

Hamas kidnapped Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit in 2006 and held him for five years. As prime minister then, Mr Netanyahu authorised the freeing of more than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners to secure his release.

The fear here is that if the teenagers aren't found, the situation could escalate significantly. Israel says its forces are standing by for "any possible scenario". Palestinians say that would amount to collective punishment.

Israel says an "intensive operation" is under way to find the two 16-year-olds - Naftali Frenkel, Gilad Shaar - and 19-year-old Eyal Yifrach.

They were last seen in the area of Gush Etzion, a bloc of Jewish settlements located between Jerusalem and the predominantly Palestinian city of Hebron.

Palestinian officials have said they are co-operating with the search.

Mr Netanyahu previously said he holds the Palestinian Authority responsible for the teenagers' wellbeing but Palestinian officials have pointed out that the three went missing in an area under full Israeli control.

Israel has said it suspects militants may try to trade the teenagers for Palestinian prisoners, as happened after the 2006 kidnapping of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.

Sgt Shalit was freed in 2011 after Israel and Hamas agreed a deal under which more than 1,000 Palestinians were released from Israeli detention.

Also on Sunday, the Israeli army said it had conducted aerial raids on the Gaza Strip overnight in retaliation for rockets fired from the Strip into Israel.

A spokesman for Gaza's health ministry told the Associated Press news agency that a girl had been slightly hurt. The ministry also said a seven-year-old boy had died from injuries sustained in an Israeli raid earlier this week.

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LIVE UPDATES: IDF commander says Hamas leaders getting the message

Security cabinet met to discuss ongoing West Bank operation; MK Haneen Zoabi: Kidnappers are not terrorists.
By Haaretz | Jun. 18, 2014 | 4:31 AM

As concerns grow, efforts to rescue the three Israeli teens kidnapped on Thursday from the West Bank have entered their fifth day: About 200 Palestinians have been arrested in the West Bank since the operation began, and the security establishment believes the chase after the kidnappers is progressing.

Israeli ministers decided on Tuesday to increase the military pressure on Hamas and to worsen the conditions of Hamas members held in Israeli prisons. In addition, the government is examining the option of expelling Hamas leaders from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the kidnapping and called on Israel and the Palestinians to avoid violence.

Latest updates:

1:07 A.M. Minister of Defense Moshe Ya'alon will meet with the families of the kidnapped youths on Wednesday in Tel Aviv.

10:27 P.M. A high-ranking officer in the Central Command says Hamas had an opportunity to save itself via the Palestinian reconciliation deal, but that it shot itself in the leg. "What Hamas is considering a brilliant operation will turn Pyrrhic," says the officer. The security establishment believes the kidnapping could lead to a rift between Hamas and the West Bank, since "the Palestinians understand terror and civilians are separate."

Central Command noted on Tuesday that IDF deployment of this magnitude has not been seen in the West Bank in years. The focus of activities is on the Hebron area, and they're mostly directed against Hamas, though other groups are also targeted. "This is no silver bullet. Part of our power is the ability to engage in a prolonged campaign and hit the infrastructure – financially and organizationally, alongside other components vital for Hamas' operations, like the Dawa (Hamas' socio-economic infrastructure)," the officer said. According to him, activities so far, which included confiscating computers and documents from charities, have been effective in exerting pressure on locals, especially in the Hebron area.

9:30 P.M. A Fatah delegation arrives in Egypt to discuss the opening of the Rafah Crossing between Egypt and the Gaza Strip, part of the reconciliation deal between Fatah and Hamas, a minister in the new Palestinian cabinet says. The delegation is led by a member of the Fatah leadership, Azzam al-Ahmed, and he is accompanied by PLO leadership members.

Palestinian Housing Minister Muhammad al-Hasania told the news agency Maan the cabinet discussed the salaries for the outgoing Hamas government's clerks on Tuesday, and added the cabinet intends to pay them before Ramadan starts in two weeks. The statement contradicts reports that negotiations between the factions ceased. Palestinian sources noted that no official decision was made on the issue. (Jack Khoury)

8:46 P.M. The fact that five days have gone by since the kidnapping without any sign of life and without any contact made by the kidnappers with the Israeli security system is raising concerns.

In previous abductions in the West Bank, there were almost no cases in which those kidnapped were kept alive. Palestinian cells assume the Shin Bet and the Palestinian security services' high-level of intelligence gathering in the West Bank prevents kidnappers from keeping the victims alive without getting caught themselves. However, there is no certain evidence as to the fate of the three. (Amos Harel)

7:50 P.M. Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon says the main effort is directed toward reaching the kidnapped and their kidnappers. "Hamas in the West Bank will pay a very heavy price for the kidnapping," Ya'alon says. (Gili Cohen)

7:29 P.M. Central Command Maj. Gen. Nitzan Alon says in a statement that "the campaign against Hamas is complicated and prolonged. It didn't start today and it will not end soon. We're hitting Hamas in every dimension.

"The heads of Hamas are feeling the hit and getting the message. Hamas will leave the fray and this prolonged campaign weakened both operationally and strategically. We'll continue and deepen the hit as long as necessary."

To the families of the kidnapped, Alon says: "I promise you we'll do everything in our power to bring your sons home safe." (Gili Cohen)

6:55 P.M. Leaders of the Palestinian factions in the Gaza Strip, including Hamas and Islamic Jihad, held a press conference in which they addressed the kidnapping in the West Bank, and threatened that "the resistance movements will not remain idle in the face of Israel's conduct."

"Israel has done everything to distance the West Bank from the struggle," they said. (Jack Khoury)

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6:48 P.M. Israel's Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor slams the Palestinian unity government in a press conference in the UN headquarters in New York. Prosor says it has been only 10 days since the new Fatah-Hamas government has been formed, and that everyone who congratulated this "marriage" should now look in the eyes of the kidnapped teens' parents.

The world bought this bad deal, and Israel must pay the price, Prosor says, and accuses the Palestinians of using terrorism. He notes that though the Palestinians recently signed the Convention on the Rights of the Child, they apparently haven't read through it. (Chemi Shalev)

5:49 P.M. A high-ranking officer in the IDF's Judea and Samaria Division says three battalion were deployed in the Nablus area overnight, mainly in the Balata refugee camp. According to the officer, soldiers confiscated a "considerable amount" of firearms, including three M-16 assault rifles, a case of grenades and additional ammunition. The soldiers also found two lathes for the production of firearms. "I think this is continued damage to Hamas, but it's only been going on for a few days," he said.

Regarding the puncturing of the tires of a military vehicle which was hauling equipment to the settlement of Yitzhar on Monday, the officer said it was "outrageously ungrateful."

"We'll finish dealing with this (the military operation) and we'll not ignore this incident," he said. (Gili Cohen)

5:39 P.M. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Mideast Quartet representative Tony Blair in Tel Aviv. At the beginning of the meeting, Netanyahu says that the kidnapping of the three teens "exposes the real face of Hamas. It is not only committed to murdering Israelis, it is committed to kidnapping children as well."

Blair says at the meeting that he is shocked at the kidnapping and offers his sympathies to the families of the teens. Hamas, he says, "faced one option: They cannot choose the political path on one hand and violence on the other, and he only way for this to work is if all violence stops – the terrorism, the kidnappings and murder."

Netanyahu urges the international community to condemn Hamas for its terrorist actions, "to support Israel's right to self-defense and also to call on President Abbas to end his alliance with Hamas." (Barak Ravid)

4:45 P.M. Police chief Yohanan Danino will establish Tuesday evening or Wednesday morning a committee to probe the failure of the Judea and Samaria police emergency line in dealing with a phone call from one the kidnapped teens, minutes after the three were abducted.

Until now, top police officers and the public security minister said an investigation of the failure will only start after the operation to recover the teens is over. But as the operation entered its fifth day, and facing public criticism, Danino decided to appoint the committee now. (Amir Oren)

4:15 P.M. A high-ranking military officer tells reporters the pressure on the West Bank will continue and will even intensify. According to him, protest was heard on the Palestinian side against the kidnapping, which occurred two weeks before the month of Ramadan. "I think Ramadan will be spoiled for them. Even now they're feeling the steps and are complaining about the road closures. They know that if today it takes 40 minutes to get from Nablus to Jenin, next week it might take seven hours," he said.

"This incident will have long-term repercussions. The Palestinians understand that this type of incident develops in a manner known in advance, and that the army goes all in in such cases," he said. Concerning actions against Hamas, the officer said the operation targets "everything green."

"They're cleansing the stables in all ranks in the Hamas," he said. According to him, the IDF will present the cabinet with the possibility of expelling Hamas top members.

According to him, at this stage there is no way to know whether the kidnapping was perpetrated by a local cell, or if it was directed by an outsider. Since the military operation began about 200 Palestinians were arrested, over 80% of which are Hamas members. According to the officer, the cooperation with the Palestinian security forces is very businesslike. He also stressed that the IDF's working premise is that the three teens are alive.

He also said that the security establishment is also looking south, in case an attempt will be made to escalate the situation along the Gaza border. (Jack Khoury)

2:50 P.M. At the end of the three-hour security cabinet meeting Tuesday, the Israeli ministers decided to increase the military pressure on Hamas and to worsen the conditions of Hamas members held in Israeli prisons. What these new sanctions on prisoners will entail, however, remains unclear.

A senior Israeli official told Haaretz that the mission of utmost importance right now was to return the abducted teens and increase the pressure on Hamas.

"The public security minister was authorized to worsen the conditions of Hamas members held in Israeli prisons," the senior official said. "An additional cabinet meeting will be held in coming days to discuss further steps against Hamas."

The senior official noted that alongside military pressure on Hamas – expressed, for instance, by stepping up the arrests of movement members and thereby hampering Hamas' civilian infrastructure – Israel will also make a diplomatic effort to delegitimize the alliance between Hamas and the Palestinian Authority.

According to the official, Israel will stress the need to put an end to incitement against Israel on official Palestinian media and in the Authority's education system, where support for the abduction of Israelis is voiced.

"We consider the Palestinian Authority as responsible for any terrorist attack originating in its territory," the senior official said. "We're preparing for a long-term operation and patience is required. The prime minister will continue to consult with the security establishment all day." (Barak Ravid)

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2:30 P.M. Deputy Religious Affairs Minister Eli Ben-Dahan called on Israel to increase the severity of actions taken against terrorists, and put a price tag on the actions of Hamas. Ben-Dahan added that the cabinet should approve actions that would make the lives of the terrorist's families miserable as a method to pressure the terrorists. (Jonathan Lis)

2:20 P.M. "I condemn the kidnapping of the three young Israelis Eyal Yifrah, Naftali Frenkel, and Gil-Ad Shaer," says French Ambassador to Israel Patrick Maisonnave, "and would like to express, on behalf of my government, my deepest sympathy and most profound solidarity with the young men and their families. France demands the immediate liberation and the arrest and trial of those responsible for this cowardly and unacceptable act." (Haaretz)

2:00 P.M. European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton issues a statement concerning the kidnapping: "We condemn in the strongest terms the abduction of three Israeli students in the West Bank and call for their immediate release and safe return to their families. Such acts can only undermine international efforts to encourage a resumption of peace negotiations. The EU encourages continued close cooperation between the Israeli and Palestinian security services to ensure the swift release of the abductees." (Barak Ravid)

1:20 P.M. The families of the kidnapped teenagers say, in a statement to the press, "We are praying that all the soldiers and our children return home unharmed and we are grateful for all those who are involved [in the search operation]. We feel the enormous hug from all the people of Israel and it constantly accompanies us. We ask that people continue praying and doing all the good works that they have been doing for the past few days. We just want to hug our children." (Ilan Lior)

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12:00 P.M. Culture and Sports Minister Limor Livnat says she intends to contact the attorney general and ask him to look into whether MK Zoabi's comments constitute a violation of Israeli law against hate speech and incitement to violence. Also, to see if her parliamentary immunity can be revoked so as to bring her up on charges. (Jonathan Lis)

11:30 A.M. Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman responds to MK Zoabi's remarks, saying, "Not only are the kidnappers terrorists, Zoabi herself is a terrorist, too." The foreign minister adds: "The destiny of the terrorist and that of the inciter of kidnappings, Zoabi, should be identical." (Jonathan Lis)

11:00 A.M. MK Haneen Zoabi (Balad) tells Tel Aviv Radio she doesn't believe the kidnappers of the Israeli teens are terrorists. "They aren't terrorists. Even if I don't agree with them, they are people that cannot see any way to change their reality, and they are forced to use these means until Israeli society wises up a bit and sees and feels the suffering of the other." (Haaretz)

10:30 A.M. Israeli cabinet commences meeting on kidnapping, military operation. (Barak Ravid)

10:20 A.M. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tells families of abducted teens Israel is doing all it can to rescue them. (Barak Ravid)

2:15 A.M. The Israeli Air Force attacked what it described as a "terrorism center" and an arms depot in the southern Gaza Strip early Tuesday morning, the IDF spokesman announces. Also hit were a weapons depot in the center of Gaza and an arms manufacturing facility in the north of the strip, the spokesman says. The strike was in retaliation for the firing of a rocket into Israel on Monday night. The rocket landed in an open field and no injuries were reported. (Haaretz)

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Let's see some of the points I marked in red.

worsen the conditions of Hamas members held in Israeli prisons

A prisoner is under full control of a Judicial system under the premises of the laws and the respect of the International laws. A prisoner is also a person protected by the jail system. Someone is a prisoner only once justice is served and a condemnation is made.

There is no provision in law and to that matter in International law to take revenge against prisoners that are already in custody and that because of that condition they could have not participated in any way in actions outside prison, if that is the case then a new judicial process would be needed before doing any action.

In that sense, Israel is violating the law and the international law by imposing revenge on prisoners under it's care and custody without a trail and not under the scope of any legal procedure since revenge is clearly not part of the judicial process and that is exactly what Israel is doing.

What Hamas is considering a brilliant operation will turn Pyrrhic

Hamas has denied it kidnapped anyone and was certainly not subjected to any kind of justice other than an insatiable quest for revenge. No actions can be taken against Hamas without a court order and no action can be accepted internationally if it does not comply with the international law.

So far no evidence at no court has sentenced Hamas, so all actions against Hamas are simply illegal under international law, just as well as revenge is illegal as well, under international law. Not that Netanyanju knows anything about that or that he even cares about it.

alongside other components vital for Hamas' operations, like the Dawa (Hamas' socio-economic infrastructure)," the officer said. According to him, activities so far, which included confiscating computers and documents from charities, have been effective in exerting pressure on locals, especially in the Hebron area.

First, attacking charities that are recognized as such by the International Law System and confiscating their computers is a violation of Human Rights, a very serious violation of human rights. It amounts to confiscating Red Cross documents, and is also a breach in war laws world wide. Charity organizations that are recognized are under the protection of the International Law and cannot be confiscated without due legal process.

The locals are civilians... exerting pressure against civilians is a war crime, specially if the case made was to solve a kidnapping, which does not require pressuring civilians. There we have another war crime. Confessed in a public way.

The Hamas socio-economic infrastructure happens to be the management of all the food that gets to civilians... Thus it seriously disrupts food and health care, which could cost lives and thus generate a crisis that kills many innocent people.

Hamas in the West Bank will pay a very heavy price for the kidnapping

There is no court order or sentence recognized publically by any court that states that Hamas was subjected to any kind of legal trial. Thus paying a very heavy price for something that does not even have a legal condemnation is in itself a war crime based on revenge alone, and not on due legal process.

In law there is no paying a very heavy price, those are words of revenge. In law there is only the respect for the laws as they are stated and the sentences are according to law, not on their weight.

accuses the Palestinians of using terrorism

Any form of retaliation not subjected to the fair trial of the law is an act that can cause terror and thus it is using terrorism. Justice is not based on revenge, on heavy prices, on torturing prisoners and on giving out judicial condemnations without a court, without a court order, without any legality whatsoever in the name of a person that does not have any legal attributions in front of the courts of justice: Netanyanju.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu meets with Mideast Quartet representative Tony Blair in Tel Aviv.

Of course, I mean it could not be in any other way. That is the same man that deceived the world with the LIE OF MASS DESTRUCTION that caused immense damage to the United States and even Britain and monetary losses that reach a trillion dollars in the name of a War on Terror which only proved to increase terror in Iraq exponentially, and that we can still see today as the war in Iraq continues on.

Tony Blair told the world they were going to attack Iraq because Sadam Husein had weapons of mass destruction, he lied. Tony Blair promised that after invading the world was going to be a safer place without terrorism. He lied again. Tony Blair never cared for the evidences, he never cared for justice, in fact he did not even care about what the world and international law thought about it, and attacked Iraq unilaterally with the United States of America.

Then the whole world was to suffer from the delirious, criminal insanity of Tony Blair in his sick fantasy world, while the War on Terror turned literally into the War for Terror. War is Terror by the way.

That is why I am not surprised at all that Tony Blair once again tramples over justice, over international law and over actions that bring harsh consequences on humanity. He did not care before, he does not care now as he allows Netanyaju to place the blame on Hamas, just as he allowed George Bush to place the blame on Sadam Husein, for weapons of mass destruction that never existed.

Netanyahu says that the kidnapping of the three teens "exposes the real face of Hamas.

It just exposes the deep disrespect that Netanyaju has to the laws and the judicial system. Netanyanju is not a judge, nor does he have any attributions to judge. His actions are based solely on revenge in an act of desperate hatred and violence.

It's not three Israelis that are kidnapped, it's thousands of Palestinians that are kidnapped and Netanyanju works to try to distract that proven fact.

Blair says at the meeting that he is shocked at the kidnapping and offers his sympathies to the families of the teens.

Just like he had sympathies to the people in Fallujah, Iraq? People who were massacred in a very unfair way, from the air in air conditioned jet cockpits because Sadam had Weapons of mass destruction... And as Blair say that, he had no sympathy for all the innocent killed, in one of the mass murders most carefully hidden in modern history. Only to sink Iraq in much more pain & despair.

A man that asked to kill HUNDREDS and even THOUSANDS of people over the premise of a lie does not have any sympathies for humanity. Tony Blair belongs in jail, if not human, then a Cosmos jail.

Hamas, he says, "faced one option: They cannot choose the political path on one hand and violence on the other, and he only way for this to work is if all violence stops – the terrorism, the kidnappings and murder."

That is said by Tony Blair. He blames Hamas, but he has no evidence, just like he blamed Sadam Hussein, and he did not have any evidence, simply because he does not care for evidences, he does not care at all for justice and that is why he is an outlawed international criminal that belongs in jail for the mass murder of thousands of innocent Iraqi people. But then again, it's the British, they can murder as they like, or so they show, without any consequence.

Netanyahu urges the international community to condemn Hamas for its terrorist actions

Nobody is condemning anything until due legal process and fair trial is served. For that matter the International Law was created precisely to avoid lawless revenge actions like those of Netanyaju who has a total disregard for International Law and even his own local laws, since Hebrew law is based on Righteousness about sacrifice, not that Netanyanju even cares, he is not a Hebrew, he is not a Jewish, he is just a criminal that thinks he is the law and needs no evidence for his actions.

A high-ranking military officer tells reporters the pressure on the West Bank will continue and will even intensify.

As you can see it is a pressure on the entire civilian population. That constitutes a war crime. You cannot punish thousands for the kidnapping of three kids. Nor can you ignore that all of Gaza is kidnapped by Israel, and that includes hundreds of children who do not even have access to their basic human rights.

Concerning actions against Hamas, the officer said the operation targets "everything green."

Yet another strong evidence that huge war crimes are happening in Israel. Understand that Hamas members are not marked with a tattoo or branded like cattle. There is no way to tell an ordinary person from a Hamas member other than written evidence. It is not Hamas members that are being arrested, it is everyone and anyone that Netanyanju does not like, which bring back sad memories of the Holocaust, which was also the action of a racist, insane ideological system that did not believe in Academic Accountability, in Human Rights and in Justice.

So that "everything green" really just means: "Everyone they don't like". Unhindered and illegal detentions in a massive scale.

to worsen the conditions of Hamas members held in Israeli prisons

I once again remind people that taking revenge against prisoners of war who are already in custody is against the law and constitutes an International crime since it violates basic Human Right premises. Those people are under custody, the only actions that can be taken against them must be legal, since they are inside a legal system. Legality and the Judiciary does not contemplate revenge, specially not on people under custody.

The public security minister was authorized to worsen the conditions of Hamas members held in Israeli prisons

That is a serious breach in International Laws and a very serious breach against Human Rights. People in Judicial custody cannot be subjected to any revenge without judicial orders, doing so puts Israel as a Rogue state in the margins of International Law and thus a subject of economic and political sanctions.

stepping up the arrests of movement members and thereby hampering Hamas' civilian infrastructure

That civilian structure happens to be all the civilian structures in Gaza, thus it is targeting all civilians and their welfare, which of course contemplate all their basic human rights. It clearly says it is not just an action against Hamas, but an action against all Palestinian civilians. A collective punishment without a trail and with no justice and that is what Tony Blair stands for.

Israel will stress the need to put an end to incitement against Israel on official Palestinian media

Israel, or rather Netanyanju will stress the need to put an end to any and all critics of himself on all the media. Netanyanju can't hide his dangerous proximity in ways and style to that of Hitler in the Nazi Germany. It asks to burn alive anyone that dares question Israel in Palestinian lands. I can't think of a sicker, more evil, despotic and tyrannical action than that. And when the silence comes and nobody can complain... Then the dead just disappear while they deny it, effectively repeating the Holocaust and maybe even with Germany's consent, once again.

Israel will stress the need to put an end to all critics of Israel on official Palestinian media it says... Which is most likely the only kind of media it is allowed to have, which now must praise the slavery Israel and Netanyaju has imposed on them simply because Netanyaju believes that God gave him the right to have slaves and end Human Rights to all that do not think like him.

The Hitler in Netanyanju fights to free itself, and it is doing a very good job at it too. No justice, no respect for human rights, no mercy for Palestinians and now no questioning as well... All that he needs is to disappear all the "green" with no media to denounce it... To be just like Hitler was.

Ben-Dahan added that the cabinet should approve actions that would make the lives of the terrorist's families miserable as a method to pressure the terrorists.

Making the families of people subjected to law miserable is another gross violations of Human Rights and it just shows even further the revengeful nature of Netanyanju. Targeting innocent civilians is a war crime, and having a criminal family member is no excuse or even a valid legal condemnation.

I do not opt for revenge, I opt for Justice and justice education. For everyone has the right to know their laws, their rights and what constitutes a crime under cosmos, divine, local and international laws.

That which Netanyanju is doing is a total disregard for justice and justice education, thus he helps fill the entire world with confusion and ignorance of the laws that fills all the planet with more crime, thus affecting the security of all humanity and specially the police members. That is why I write to educate, not to take revenge, but to educate.

Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman responds to MK Zoabi's remarks, saying, "Not only are the kidnappers terrorists, Zoabi herself is a terrorist, too." The foreign minister adds: "The destiny of the terrorist and that of the inciter of kidnappings, Zoabi, should be identical.

As you can see, Lieberman has the same problem, he thinks of himself as a Court, a Jury and a Judge. Disregard for basic judicial principles is rampant in Israel as you can see and thus the crimes against humanity are also rampant.

The Israeli Air Force attacked what it described as a "terrorism center" and an arms depot in the southern Gaza Strip early Tuesday morning, the IDF spokesman announces. Also hit were a weapons depot in the center of Gaza and an arms manufacturing facility in the north of the strip, the spokesman says.

They attack and accuse civilians without producing any evidence. They act without even judging, they omit the fact that Hamas said it did not kidnap the kids on purpose to further enhance the hatred, they say they arrest anyone that even looks "green" and now after all those human right abuses, they want us to believe all buildings they attack are weapon facilities... They can't abuse all the time and expect to have credibility, specially when they are censoring or trying to censor the media.

Hitler said all Jewish were terrorists, he hunted them down based on a color and race parameter (the green), he made illegal any questioning and he said that all attacks on Jewish installations were military or insurrectional targets. If there is no justice to even say that Hamas claimed it did not kidnap the kids, then obviously there is also no justice to determine what was really inside of those buildings.

Lets continue with the Great Abomination of Human Rights, in awe of Netanyanju's deep insanity and disregard to justice.

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LIVE UPDATES: Israel searches for teens kidnapped in West Bank, day 4

Netanyahu: Operation to find abducted teens is complex, may take time; Abbas calls Netanyahu, two leaders speak for first time in over a year ● Palestinian president condemns kidnapping ●.
By Haaretz | Jun. 16, 2014 | 11:33 PM

The search for the three kidnapped yeshiva students entered its fourth day on Monday. The Israeli military on Sunday called up a limited number of reserves and is now focusing most of its efforts to find Eyal Yifrah, 19, from Elad, Gil-Ad Shaer, 16, from Talmon, and Naftali Frenkel, 16, from Nof Ayalon in the Hebron area.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed on Sunday that Hamas is behind the abduction. Netanyahu asserted that he holds the Palestinian Authority responsible for the teens' fate. The Ma'an Palestinian news agency quoted Yoav Mordechai, the Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories, as saying that Israel "has a lot of information on the kidnapping case. The investigation is conducted in absolute secrecy."

On Sunday it was cleared for publication that one of the abducted teens managed to call the police emergency line immediately after he was taken, at 10:25 P.M. on Thursday and said: "We've been kidnapped."

The security cabinet convened Monday to further discuss efforts to locate the three teenagers. One of the ideas being considered is to expel senior Hamas members from the West Bank to Gaza, as a way of pressuring the organization. The Justice Ministry convened on Sunday to explore whether such steps are in keeping with international law.

The U.S. on Sunday condemned the kidnapping, and called for the immediate release of the three teens. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that the U.S. is still looking for information as to who is behind the incident, but adds that "many indications point to Hamas’ involvement." The military's working assumption is that the three are still in the West Bank.

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23:28 The IDF reports that one Palestinian was shot and seriously wounded while attempting to breach the security barrier in the area of Kochav Yaacov. The army said it was unaware of reports of additional wounded.In disruptions in Beit Omer, the IDF shot rubber bullets and stun and gas grenades at several dozen Palestinians throwing rocks at the security forces. No injuries were reported. (Gili Cohen)

23:20 Rocket explodes in an open field adjacent to Ashkelon. No siren was sounded and no injuries have been reported. (Shirley Seidler)

23:19 Two fire-bombs thrown at Beit Orot Yeshiva in East Jerusalem. No injuries reported. (Nir Hasson)

23:15 Two Israelis, one an 18-month-old baby, have been lightly injured in rock-throwing near Kfar Azoun in the Shomron. (Chaim Levinson)

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18:40 Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu delivers an official televised statement:

"We are in the middle of a complex operation. We need to be prepared for the fact that it may take more time," he said. "It is a serious incident and will have grave consequences."

He also urged members of the international community to speak out against the abduction: "I call on those in the international community that condemn us for building in Jerusalem to clearly condemn this kidnapping," he said."

With regard to the rockets fired from the Gaza Strip over the last few days, during the operation to find the missing teens, Netanyahu said: "We will retaliate forcefully against any rocket fire from Gaza. Anybody who attempts to attack Israeli citizens will be targeted."

Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon addressed the media following Netanyahu's statement, declaring: "This abduction will not pass without Hamas paying a big price."

14:25 Israel's security cabinet has convened to discuss the West Bank kidnapping. The ministers are to be briefed on the investigation and to discuss possible measures against Hamas. The options being considered include expelling top Hamas operatives from the West Bank to Gaza, demolishing operatives' homes and imposing sanctions on Hamas inmates in Israeli prisons. (Barak Ravid)

13:20 Israeli security forces shoot rubber bullets at Palestinians who threw rocks at Israeli soldiers at a Hebron checkpoint. (Gili Cohen)

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12:32 P.M. The IDF Spokesperson's Unit has called on the Israeli public to refrain from "spreading unfounded rumors" via social media. (Gili Cohen)

12:40 P.M. Germany has called for the release of three Israeli teenagers believed to have been abducted in the West Bank.

"We are concerned about the whereabouts of three youngsters who disappeared... There are some indications that the three have been kidnapped. If this is the case, we condemned this action and urge those responsible to release them, free of harm, immediately," a German foreign ministry spokesman said. "This has come at a time of considerable tension in the Palestinian territories, it is therefore in the interests of everyone to prevent any further escalation," he added. (Reuters)

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11:58 A.M. In first conversation in over a year, Abbas called Netanyahu on Monday and Netanyahu told him he expected him to help return the abducted teens and catch their abductors."The abductors from Hamas came from an area under Palestinian Authority control and returned to PA-controlled territory," Netanyahu said. "It's important to understand the consequences of the unity with Hamas – it's bad for Israel, bad for the Palestinians, and bad for the area.

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"This incident reveals the character of the terror that we are fighting," he said. "Terrorists abduct innocent Israeli children while we give medical care in our hospitals to sick Palestinian children. That is the difference between our humane policy and the murderous terror that is attacking us."

Following the conversation, Abbas issued the statement condemning the kidnapping. (Barak Ravid)

11:38 A.M. The office of Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas issues a first statement condemning the kidnapping of the three Israeli teenagers in the West Bank, the Palestinian news agency WAFA reported. "Both sides should refrain from violence," the statement said.

Abbas condemned the kidnapping and the sequence of events that followed, including the death of a Palestinian youth in a clash with Israeli soldiers. He called on both sides to refrain from violence, and lauded the Palestinian security forces for their efforts to "stop the PA from being dragged into disorder and prevent the factions from taking advantage of the situation for non-nationalistic purposes." He expressed intention to continue the struggle to free Palestinian prisoners from Israeli jails.

10:57 A.M. The IDF says three soldiers were lightly wounded by rocks thrown at them during the clashes in the al-Jilazoun refugee camp. Military officials add that a gun and two cartridges were found at a nearby home; the resident has been taken in for questioning.

10:55 A.M. Knesset Member Shaul Mofaz warns of "earth-shattering" consequences if the three missing teens are hurt.

10:34 A.M. Public Security Minister Yitzhak Aharonovitch says thousands of soldiers and police have been deployed in search of the three missing teens.

"We're doing everything to bring the abductees home," he said, reiterating that Hamas is behind the kidnapping and that Israel is holding the Palestinian Authority and its president, Mahmoud Abbas, responsible.

9:40 A.M.: The IDF confirms that a Palestinian man, Ahmad Asabarin, 23, was shot to death overnight by Israeli forces in the Jilazoun refugee camp in the West Bank. The IDF says the youth was shot after he threw a large brick toward the soldiers.Two other youths were moderately hurt in the clashes. (Gili Cohen)

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9:30 A.M. IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz said during a briefing on Sunday night that the military's foremost goals are to "find the three boys and bring them home, and to hurt Hamas as much as possible." (Gili Cohen)

7:41 A.M. According to reports in Gaza, four sustain light and moderate wounds in an IAF strike on a Hamas base. (Gili Cohen and Jack Khoury)

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6:54 A.M. The IDF arrests 40 Palestinians in the West Bank overnight, including Palestinian parliament speaker Aziz Duwaik. So far 150 Palestinians have been arrested as part of the search for the missing teens.

Top military officials convene for a briefing and decide against expanding the scope of the military operation. Arrests of Hamas operatives in the West Bank are expected to continue.

A senior IDF official says the military is not aware of a Palestinian who was killed during the clashes in the al-Jilazoun refugee camp. The death was reported earlier by Palestinian medical staff and witnesses. According to the official, the report is being investigated, as are reports of Palestinians wounded in IAF strikes in Gaza.

The IDF believes that the Islamic Jihad was behind Sunday night's rocket fire from Gaza. Hamas was not responsible for the attack, a military official says. (Gili Cohen)

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5:45 A.M. Three Palestinians were reportedly wounded in an Israeli air strike on Gaza, including 3-year-old child. The IDF earlier on Monday issued a statement that said it conducted an aerial strike in the Gaza Strip as a response to rocket fire from Gaza on Sunday. (DPA)

5:25 A.M. A 20-year-old Palestinian was killed and another was wounded during clashes with Israeli forces near Ramallah, according to Palestinian hospital officials.

Witnesses say Palestinians threw rocks at soldiers conducting house-to-house searches in al-Jilazoun refugee camp, outside Ramallah, before dawn. (Reuters)

3:15 A.M. Israel Air Force strikes five targets in the Gaza Strip, the IDF Spokesperson's Unit says in a statement. One of the targets was described as a "center for terrorist activity" and three others are said to be weapons-manufacturing and storage sites – all in the northern Gaza Strip – and another location of terrorist activity in the Strip's south. The IDF says direct hits were identified.

The stament says that the strike was a response to the rocket fire from Gaza toward southern Israel on Sunday. (Gili Cohen)

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12:22 A.M. The government is weighing whether to expel senior Hamas men from the West Bank to Gaza as a way of pressuring the organization to help resolve the kidnapping of the three teens. A senior Israeli official says the Justice Ministry had held a discussion Sunday on whether this was legally feasible.

The assessments and discussions in the Prime Minister’s Office over the past few days have included talk of ways of punishing Hamas aimed at pressuring the organization’s senior officials. The senior Israeli source says among the options discussed are expelling senior Hamas men from the West Bank to Gaza, demolishing the homes of Hamas operatives and sanctions against Hamas inmates in Israeli prisoners.

Justice Minister Tzipi Livni, together with Attorney General Yehuda Weinstein and other ministry officials, convened on Sunday to explore whether such steps were in keeping with international law and would stand up to challenges in the High Court of Justice. No decisions were made Sunday, but research into the issue is continuing. (Barak Ravid)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu confirmed on Sunday that Hamas is behind the abduction.

As far as I know, Netanyaju is not a Judge and is in no position to determine who a criminal is. That is what the Courts were made for, but Netanyanju thinks he is the law.

The investigation is conducted in absolute secrecy.

If it is an investigation then there is no judicial condemnatory statement, so there is legally no culprit and thus no actions can be taken in the sense of retribution and even less revenge. If it is secret, then that is close to having nothing and can last indefinitely. In judicial terms it is close to nothing until it becomes a court evidence, meanwhile it is just teories.

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that the U.S. is still looking for information as to who is behind the incident, but adds that "many indications point to Hamas’ involvement."

John Kerry of the United States Department confirms that there is no real indication or conclusive evidence that the kidnapping was indeed done by Hamas in order for the United States to take international foreign policy actions. It's like if Kerry was saying: "I can't work over an assumption". But be careful since the USA did exactly just that in an unilateral way in Iraq.

Many indications is legally no reason to take retribution and even less revenge over Hamas.

It is a serious incident and will have grave consequences.

Grave consequences over no justice is just digging graves for innocent people. And I will prove it here on this page.

Netanyahu said: "We will retaliate forcefully against any rocket fire from Gaza. Anybody who attempts to attack Israeli citizens will be targeted."

And anybody that happens to be around them too... Just like you saw just a few lines above they target not only those that they claim are terrorists but also all their family members, a figure that does not exist in modern laws and international law. Here we see Neyanyanju the criminal boasting of having the freedom to use excessive and disproportionate power that could potentially kill innocent civilians. Netanyanju is confessing to his own crimes. I will show you an example of that disproportionate power.

Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon addressed the media following Netanyahu's statement, declaring: "This abduction will not pass without Hamas paying a big price."

If there is no justice, then it is all just a big injustice and thus a big crime executed over the premises of a criminal revenge and thus it clearly constitutes a WAR CRIME that can be subjected to INTERNATIONAL SANCTIONS.

demolishing operatives' homes and imposing sanctions on Hamas inmates in Israeli prisons.

Demolishing homes is made only for the purpose of creating more homeless people. There is no reason to demolish a home, when people can be evicted. Demolishing homes in a place so crowded often leads to leaving many more people homeless and in the streets, which at the point in which Gaza people are living it constitutes a human right crime. Specially since Gaza has little to no access to cement and bricks, as far as I know.

The revenge is on the Palestinians, the goal the same as always: Be an occupation force, invade a land that is not their own just because "God told them so" and then demolish and exterminate everyone that thinks differently. I think Israel is the only state in the world that contemplates house demolishing of criminals, such figure as far as I know is not recognized under International law.

Terrorists abduct innocent Israeli children while we give medical care in our hospitals to sick Palestinian children. That is the difference between our humane policy and the murderous terror that is attacking us.

Murderous terror is to stop the Palestinians from having their own hospitals, electricity and medicine in such conditions of slavery that they can't even operate a Hospital because it is considered a refuge of terrorist and blasted with bombs while in the media it says that it was an arms depot...

Palestina has had hospitals, schools and even a United Nations office building, all of which were destroyed by the Israeli army, in the name of a so called God that decided to wipe it's ass on everything and anything that means Human Rights and respect for the International Laws. It's that artificial and fake God of slavery and human suffering of Netanyanju, which has nothing to do with real Hebrews, which were TRIBalance in nature and thus strong believers in Human Rights, the rule of law and Righteousness.

Anyone that bombs a lot of people just because one person threw one little bomb is a terrorist, anyone that totally disregards justice to take revenge is a terrorist, anyone that bombs a place without even providing evidence of what was inside the building is a terrorist. Anyone that wants to stop all questioning on an occupied people is a terrorist. Anyone that twists, misinforms and generates great ignorance towards the basic premises of justice is a terrorist. Netanyaju is a terrorist and thus he must be IN JAIL for his CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY.

Palestine should immediately apply to be a part of the International Court against Crime and the International Court of Human Rights since they have, as any human in the planet, the right to enjoy their Human Rights and NOBODY is entitled to loose those rights without a firm court sentence.

Knesset Member Shaul Mofaz warns of "earth-shattering" consequences if the three missing teens are hurt.

That is pure, concentrated, highly dangerous TERRORISM while they blame without any conclusive evidence, they are offering a strong retaliation and revenge. By the way it is written, it looks like they want to shake the ground under the shovels of the Palestinian grave diggers...

THAT MADNESS HAS GOT TO STOP!!! NETANYAJU TO JAIL!

"We're doing everything to bring the abductees home," he said, reiterating that Hamas is behind the kidnapping and that Israel is holding the Palestinian Authority and its president, Mahmoud Abbas, responsible.

As you can see they can't even agree on who the guilty person is. Guilty is anybody and everybody they do not like. Without regard to justice at all, with the only sole desire for a desperate and criminal revenge while they announce they are ready to take even stronger criminal actions against humanity.

The IDF confirms that a Palestinian man, Ahmad Asabarin, 23, was shot to death overnight by Israeli forces in the Jilazoun refugee camp in the West Bank. The IDF says the youth was shot after he threw a large brick toward the soldiers.Two other youths were moderately hurt in the clashes. (Gili Cohen)

The IDF does not have to say nothing if they get away with censoring the Palestinian media so they can kill at ease all those that they think are not entitled by God to be slavers and oppressors of humanity. Shooting a person dead with a fire weapon in conditions where the culprit is outnumbered is certainly a crime and did not require a deadly shot to stop him. But it is clear they do not see the Palestinians as people, but rather as expendable animals. More so called "animals" will be killed the day no one can denounce the religious hate crimes of the Israel leadership.

Three Palestinians were reportedly wounded in an Israeli air strike on Gaza, including 3-year-old child. The IDF earlier on Monday issued a statement that said it conducted an aerial strike in the Gaza Strip as a response to rocket fire from Gaza on Sunday.

There is the example I wrote I was going to mention, of how innocent people are massacred in collective punishments with weapons of overwhelming power. One child, aged 3 was injured but many more die just because they happened to be around a place that Israel feels like saying that there happened to be someone that was launching close to useless missiles that have an extraordinary chance of missing any target, and they are targeted with Mass killing weapons, overwhelmingly more powerful, with military precision.

In that way, hundreds of Palestinians have died, their only crime being that they happened to be around a place Israel does not like and does not even care to provide evidence for, to the international community.

Israel Air Force strikes five targets in the Gaza Strip, the IDF Spokesperson's Unit says in a statement. One of the targets was described as a "center for terrorist activity" and three others are said to be weapons-manufacturing and storage sites – all in the northern Gaza Strip – and another location of terrorist activity in the Strip's south.

They are just targeting anything, because they give no evidence of their claims, they are just massacring Palestinians, demolishing their homes, threatening them and jailing them without any court order. The country that most violated human rights in the whole world, supported, sponsored and maintained by criminal empires who believe deeply in slavery and religious exclusion, like Great Britain, Germany, the United States and others that simply claim: The Palestinians do not deserve any Human Rights because God said they are animals unworthy to be called humans.

It's not a coincidence then that those same assholes were the ones that gave all the initial support Adolf Hitler got when he assumed power. And Hitler functioned in a way remarkably similar to what Israel is doing now. Raise the silence, and the crematory ovens appear, disappearing those not graced by God to be considered human beings according to the twisted, insane and extremely evil philosophy of revengeful Mass Murderer Netanyanju.

Innocent people are dying, I guess the world is waiting for the crematories to take human life seriously, waiting for the GENOCIDE OF THE PALESTINIAN PEOPLE to do something about it. Complicit with severe crimes against humanity, while they with awesome hypocrisy say they lead the world in Human Rights and accuse countries like China, as they hug Netanyanju for the wonderful job he is doing... EXTERMINATING THE PALESTINIANS to make room for the CHOSEN FEW that will rule over an enslaved Humanity which exists only in the sick twisted minds like Netanyanju.

Meanwhile Tony Blair, in the name of Great Britain says: Netanyanju don't worry, if you need more missiles to kill the unfaithful, let me know...

Next thing next morning, David Cameron appears on BBC News championing the cause of Human Rights, or so he says.

Must be to them Palestinians are not humans, they deserve no human rights, because their God says so. Just criminal slavers trying to twist God into the most horrible thing conceivable by human kind. What the ancient prophets called: The Desolate Abomination. There hardly be a better description of Israel today, but I would add: The Desolate Abomination of Human Rights.

No God gave them the right to exclude people, to enslave people, to suppress the Human Rights of people and to suppress Academic accountability. They use faith as a twisted instrument of the crimes of slavery, oppression, corruption and murder.

There is nothing but a corrupt, insane mad man lifting the living corpse of Netanyanju as he slowly sinks in his own insane cesspool of inhumanly evil religious fanatics.

Education is the answer to free humanity from the slavery of religious ignorance.

That is why: Academy is the solution.

Boycott Israel world wide until the United Nations General Assembly votes otherwise respecting World Democracy in an overwhelming majority if Israel fully complied with the International laws and International Human Rights. I am not asking for anything unjust, I am asking for what is rightful.

Because if you say you believe in human rights, you educate in that sense and you prove it, you don't use it as a convenience tool only fit for some cases and not useful on other cases, like the British Tony Blair. If you mean Human Rights, show you really mean it, and prove it, even in a small web page, I started that way. I started in a small page not even caring if someone was reading, just to keep my brain busy, My thoughts clear and My consciousness clean, you can do the same, even if you write it and it is not intended to be read by anyone, it is still good for your brain.

There is no God under Cosmos that ever defecated over Human Rights & the laws of Integrity, it would just blow up. There is gross ignorance as what to religion is, that is why I did not come as a Judge, but rather as a teacher. Israel is a Godless land, erected over the promise of the power to enslave of a few corrupt Plutarchs or "chosen few". You are better off believing in Human Rights, in Academic Integrity and in Human Values, that is a different path to the Barbaric Theocratic Slavery path of Obscurantism offered by madman Netanyanju who shows despair, who professes violence, who promises destruction and pain to all those that do not agree with him as he claims there is no need for Justice, as he crowns himself as justice.

I am just an educator, I want the world to see and learn, specially future generations, so they do not repeat our errors, in a far more sustainable world. I do not throw missiles, I do not kill people nor do I kill innocent people, I do not say God told Me I have a license to abuse people or destroy them. I do not with to hate, I am not violent, I am just educating, because education is the best way to stop the terrible consequences of ignorance, which is many cases leads to slavery.

Education in justice and human rights, is never the same as murdering and excluding people in the name of God.

Despair, panic, violence, threats and aggression will not give a single little bit of argument reasons to Netanyanju, his actions are of a man that sees he has lost his dream to a superior science, licking the mud desperately in the quicksands of history... But desperate actions will not get anywhere closer to reason, as that evil man slowly sinks in insanity. He lost, and he knows it, trying desperately to convince himself that violence would make people agree with him.

I could care less about that stinking piece of desert that the desert will reclaim soon. If I care, is to educate on how to stop corruption, even religious corruption. But other than that, I see nothing holly in Israel, the Great Desolate Abomination of Human Rights there to punish the humans that are lost in the greed for religious greed in a place called Hell.

Venezuela is now the TRIBalance prism land. No sense in smelling old farts. Moses likes the green. :D TRIBalance have returned, all the world is under Cosmos, Venezuela is just a place to talk about TRIBalance diversity. Heaven is and will always be in the stars. :D And a true Jew is always be landless while on earth, because the promised land is in the stars.

And that is what it means to be a True Hebrew, anywhere, at any time in the huge Cosmos, in what humans now call the Universe.

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