Netanyahu like King Erode in the Innocents Massacre. UNiCEF: 3342 Children Killed in Gaza. Israel: “NO Inquiry on Hospital Bombing”
In the cover image: Giacomo Paracca, ‘The Massacre of the Innocents’, Polychrome clay sculptures, ca. 1587, Italy, Sacro Monte di Varallo (VC), Chapel XI
by Carlo Domenico Cristofori
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UPDATE ON OCTOBER, 28, 2023
More than 8,000 Palestinians, including 3,342 children, have been killed in Gaza since Israel’s air campaign began, according to the latest figures from the Gaza Health Ministry.
UPDATE OCTOBER 25, 2023
Hamas: 6,546 deaths in Gaza to date, including 2,704 children
According to the Hamas-controlled Gaza Ministry of Health, 6,546 people, including 2,704 children, have been killed in Israeli attacks since October 7. The injured would be 17,439. Independent verification of these numbers is not possible.
The data, however, are compatible with the sum of the data from the two UN organizations, OCHA and Unicef, updated after the latest bombings that the West continues to legitimize starting with the Italian Government of Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni.
In Gaza 704 deaths in 24 hours, the highest number since the start of the war
704 Palestinians, including 305 minors, were killed in the last 24 hours in Israeli attacks on the Strip. The local health ministry reported this to the UN Coordination Office for Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA). According to the same source, this is the highest number of deaths in one day since the start of hostilities.
Unicef: 2,360 children died in Gaza in 18 days
Over the past 18 days, the Gaza Strip has taken a devastating toll on its children, with reports of 2,360 dead and 5,364 injured due to the incessant attacks – or, according to reports, more than 400 children killed or injured every day. Unicef announced this. Furthermore, more than 30 Israeli children have lost their lives and dozens remain hostage in the Gaza Strip. This 18-day period represents the deadliest escalation of hostilities in the Gaza Strip and Israel that the UN has witnessed since 2006.
Nearly all children in the Gaza Strip have been exposed to deeply distressing events and trauma, marked by widespread destruction, incessant attacks, displacement and severe shortages of basic necessities such as food, water and medicine.
WHO: 6 hospitals closed in Gaza due to lack of fuel
At least six hospitals in Gaza have been forced to close due to fuel shortages. The World Health Organization said so. Added to this are the hospitals that had to close due to the damage caused by the air attacks, we read in a note made public by CNN. “If vital fuel and additional health supplies are not urgently delivered to Gaza, thousands of vulnerable patients will risk death or medical complications as critical services are closed due to power shortages,” the WHO said.
These vulnerable patients include around 1,000 people dependent on dialysis and at least 130 premature babies, the organization said in the statement. Other people in intensive care or needing surgery also “depend on a stable, uninterrupted supply of electricity to survive,” he added.
UNRWA: shelters collapsing, 600 thousand displaced in 150 structures
The United Nations refugee agency in Palestine (UNRWA) has announced that its shelters are currently providing protection to four times their capacity, welcoming over 600,000 displaced people hosted in 150 facilities. As reported on social media, 40 UNRWA installations have been hit by airstrikes. It is also highlighted that “many people sleep on the streets as current facilities are overwhelmed by crowding.”
ARTICLE ON OCTOBER 22, 2023
The new Herod’s Massacre of the Innocents
Holy Bible, Gospel according to Saint Matthew, evangelist and apostle (MT, 2M 14-20)
When they had gone, an angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream. “Get up,” he said, “take the child and his mother and escape to Egypt. Stay there until I tell you, for Herod is going to search for the child to kill him.”
So he got up, took the child and his mother during the night and left for Egypt, where he stayed until the death of Herod. And so was fulfilled what the Lord had said through the prophet:
“Out of Egypt I called my son.”
When Herod realized that he had been outwitted by the Magi, he was furious, and he gave orders to kill all the boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were two years old and under, in accordance with the time he had learned from the Magi. Then what was said through the prophet Jeremiah was fulfilled:
A voice is heard in Ramah, weeping and great mourning,Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because they are no more.”After Herod died, an angel of the Lord appeared in a dream to Joseph in Egypt and said, “Get up, take the child and his mother and go to the land of Israel, for those who were trying to take the child’s life are dead.”
The Ideological Hypocrisy of the Zionists
Not many words are needed to connect King Herod’s Massacre of the Innocents with that of Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, an expression of the Weapons Lobby financed by the Zionist Political Movement which, thanks to Western Freemasonry, has replaced true Semites such as the Orthodox Jews who demonstrate against it.We make this premise for the idiots like the Italian Prime Minister Giorgia Meloni who, supported by the Rockefellers’ New World Order, have still not been able to distinguish between the Jews who are victims of the Diaspora and the warmongering Zionist politicians, heirs of the Ashkenazis who have proliferated as the 13th tribe of Israel thanks to the political conversion of the Khazars.
But let’s get to the latest news…“Over 1,600 children are reported to have been killed in two weeks of bombing in Gaza. More than 4,200 others are reported to have been injured. The killing and maiming of children, attacks on hospitals and schools, and the denial of humanitarian access constitute serious rights violations of children. Humanity must prevail.
“This was announced by Adele Khodr, Unicef Regional Director for the Middle East and North Africa. The Italian news agency ANSA writes it.
Among the victims are the 9 children who had found refuge in the Orthodox Church of San Porfirius.
Israeli Ambassador Says NO to Hospital Massacre Investigation
ANSA itself transmits very disturbing information on the massacre of hundreds of patients in the Anglican Church hospital in Gaza.
“This is not the time for an international investigation.”
The Israeli ambassador to the EU and NATO, Haim Regev, said this during a meeting with the press in Brussels, commenting on what happened at the Al-Ahli hospital in Gaza. “Hamas is responsible and we have shown the evidence as much as possible since we cannot share all the information publicly: I hope you trust us more, a democratic country, than a terrorist organization.”
Expert analysts of video and audio footage have found major inconsistencies with Israel’s claim that Palestinian militants were responsible for the deadly bombing of the al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza this week.
Analysts: Israeli claims about the Gaza hospital attack are not credible
The claims come from Earshot, an NGO specializing in audio analysis of footage from conflict zones and human rights cases, and Forensic Architecture, a research agency based at the University of London, as reported by Russia Today.
The Christian-run hospital, also known as the Baptist Hospital, was destroyed in an explosion on Tuesday. Around 500 people were killed in the blast, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry.
Israeli authorities have released two pieces of evidence that they claim prove the building was hit by a Palestinian rocket: A video showing a salvo of Palestinian rockets flying from east to west, with one apparently breaking apart with a flash and falling on the hospital; and an intercepted telephone call in which Hamas militants purportedly discuss how rockets fired by the Islamic Jihad group had fallen short and landed in Gaza.
However, teams at Qatar’s Al Jazeera and British-network Channel 4 studied the video and concluded that the flash could not be linked with the subsequent explosion at the hospital. Al Jazeera noted that the flash “was in fact consistent with Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system intercepting a missile fired from the Gaza Strip and destroying it in midair.”
In a second video shot near the blast site, an incoming rocket or missile can be heard screeching through the air before impacting the hospital. Earshot studied this video and found that the frequency of the incoming projectile indicates that it “approached the hospital from north-east, east or south-east,” while Israel claimed it approached from the west.
Forensic Architecture backed up Earshot’s findings, stating that the projectile likely came from the direction of Israel. Further analysis of the crater left at the hospital pointed to an approach from the north-east, the agency said.
Earshot also studied the telephone recording and found that unlike most calls, in which both parties’ voices are transmitted on the same audio channel, the recording consists of two separately-recorded voices stitched together. While Earshot said it “cannot categorically state that the audible dialogue is fake… the level of manipulation required to edit these two voices together disqualifies it as a source of credible evidence.”
In the immediate aftermath of the blast, Israeli government adviser Hananya Naftali wrote on X (formerly Twitter) that the “Israeli Air Force struck a Hamas terrorist base inside a hospital in Gaza,” before deleting the tweet minutes later.
Nevertheless, US President Joe Biden has sided with the Israeli telling of events, while Israel remains the culprit throughout the Arab world. “Everybody here believes that Israel is responsible for it,” Jordanian Foreign Minister Ayman Safadi told CNN on Wednesday.
“The Israeli army is saying it’s not but… try and find anybody who’s going to believe it in this part of the world.”
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