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zaterdag 28 oktober 2017

Groot Brittannie gooit meer dan 3.400 bommen af, die niet 1 slachtoffer zouden hebben gemaakt......

Bij het volgende bericht moet nog aangetekend worden, dat Groot-Brittannie alleen met haar drones al 1.000 doden heeft gemaakt, althans dat was de stand van zaken 7 maanden geleden.........

In dit bericht van Middle East Eye (MEE) stelt Groot-Brittannië dat het weliswaar veel bommen heeft afgeworpen op Irak en Syrië, in totaal 3.400 (!!!), maar dat daar geen enkel burgerslachtoffer mee werd vermoord....... ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! Mijn excuus beste bezoeker, maar om dergelijk goor lef kan ik niet anders dan lachen, ook al leent het onderwerp zich daar niet voor.

Uiteraard heeft GB daarbij een groot aantal burgers vermoord. Overigens volgt Nederland de GB-tactiek op een ander emanier, wij melden niet eens dat er burgerslachtoffers zijn gevallen bij bombardementen, noch doet 'Defensie' (het ministerie van Oorlog) daar onderzoek naar........

Airwars berekende dat er in totaal sinds 2014 maar liefst 5.600 burgers zijn vermoord door VS/Britse bombardementen en raketaanvallen op Syrië en Irak. De Britten alleen deden al 1.600 luchtaanvallen uit...... Dat aantal slachtoffers lijkt me overigens een te laag aantal, gezien feiten als het bulldozeren van grote delen van West-Mosul, na de 'bevrijding' van terreurgroep IS, waar men de vermoorde burgerslachtoffers niet eerst onder het puin vandaan haalde..........

De VS weigerde zelfs te stoppen met bombarderen, zoals de VS deed bij de bevrijding van Raqqa..... Een vreselijke oorlogsmisdaad daar men wist dat er tienduizenden mensen opgesloten zaten...............

Nee, GB 'heeft geen burgerslachtoffers gemaakt' tijdens 1.600 luchtaanvallen en het afwerpen van 3.400 bommen, hoe komt u erbij.........?????

Nogmaals: de VS en GB (en Nederland) zijn in feite bezig met een illegale oorlog (Syrië) en met het bestrijden van de gevolgen van een illegale oorlog (Irak),

De hoogste tijd dat het Internationaal Strafhof GB en de VS voor het gerecht daagt!

Hier het uitgebreide bericht van MEE, geschreven door Jamie Merrill, (die ook contact had met het Engelse ministerie van defensie, uh oorlog), met veel meer feiten en cijfers, zoals gepubliceerd op Anti-Media:

Britain Drops More Than 3,400 Bombs in Syria and Iraq, Claims No Civilians Died

October 27, 2017 at 6:19 am
Written by Middle East Eye
(MEE) — Royal Air Force drones and jets have dropped more than 3,400 bombs and missiles on Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria, an investigation by Middle East Eye has revealed, yet the British government maintains that there is “no evidence” they have killed a single civilian.

The vast quantities of ordnance dropped since the start of Operation Shader against IS in 2014 seriously undermines the claim by ministers that the RAF has not caused any civilian casualties in the three-year-long bombing campaign, and has prompted calls for an investigation.

The Ministry of Defence (MoD) does not routinely release statistics on the numbers of weapons used over Iraq and Syria, but an MEE analysis has combined weekly updates of operations in the region and information collated by campaign group Drone Wars.

Dit is een andere video dan in het origineel, kan deze niet overnemen, klik hier voor het origineel.
Hieronder nog een andere video, waarin wordt geopenbaard dat GB Syrië al bombardeerde, voordat de regering daar toestemming voor kreeg: GB bombardeerde destijds onder VS bevel en daar kwam godbetert de Britse regering mee weg........

It shows that up to the end of September UK forces have dropped at least 3,482 bombs and missiles in the battle against IS, including 2,089 Paveway IV bombs and 486 Brimstone missiles dropped by Typhoon and Tornado jets.
RAF Reaper drones have also fired 724 Hellfire missiles at IS targets.

The figures are conservative as MoD updates sometimes do not specify the number of bombs or missiles used in a strike, and last night MoD officials admitted that a further 86 bombs and missiles had been dropped in recent weeks.

The weapon of choice for RAF jets is the Paveway IV precision-guided bomb, but they have also fired large numbers of the more accurate Brimstone missile, which was originally designed as an anti-tank weapon but has been used extensively by the RAF to target IS snipers and vehicles.

The government describes the Brimstone as the most accurate weapon available that can be fired by aircraft, and they are conservatively estimated to cost £100,000 each; heavier Paveway IV bombs are estimated to cost £30,000 each, and Hellfire, fired by the Reaper drone fleet, cost £71,300 each.
Islamic State is in retreat in Iraq and Syria after a US-led bombing campaign which saw the RAF fly more than 8,000 sorties and killed more than 3,000 IS militants. A spike in weapons releases came earlier this summer, when RAF Typhoons and Tornadoes joined the coalition and Kurdish effort to liberate Mosul.

Islamic State regularly used “human shields” in built-up areas, but despite this and the scale of the ordnance dropped by the RAF, the MoD maintains it has “no evidence” that its strikes have caused any civilian casualties – a position now roundly rejected by defence analysts and opposition parties.

Our armed forces are among the best in the world, so they will be among the most discerning and accurate when it comes to targeting,” Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable, told MEE.

However, it is, at the very best, implausible that our heavy involvement could not have caused civilian deaths. We must not knock our armed services, but, equally, the government has to be honest in its assessment of damage caused in conflict.”

The US Air Force, which leads the anti-Islamic State coalition, says it has caused 786 civilians deaths in the three-year-long air war, but despite saying the air war is the “most challenging fight in decades”, the RAF has made so such assessment.

Earlier this month the minister of state for the British armed forces, Mark Lancaster, told parliament that the government “had been able to discount RAF involvement in any civilian casualties”.

The RAF says it takes all steps to minimise civilian casualties, but it has conducted more than 1,600 strikes in Iraq and Syria – more than any other coalition country bar the US.

Reacting to the figures, military aviation experts and campaigners have said that it is no longer credible for the MoD to maintain that has not killed any civilians as part of the three-year-long operation to defeat Islamic State.

Samuel Oakford, a spokesperson for Airwars, a group which monitors civilian casualties from international air strikes in the region, told MEE: “The UK’s claim that no British air strikes in Iraq or Syria have led to civilian deaths has always been difficult to believe.

Based on the coalition’s own civilian casualty reporting, it is extremely unlikely that a coalition member as active as the UK would have not had a hand in a single civilian death.

As the campaign continues into its fourth year and more data about British involvement such as this is compiled, the MoD’s claim is becoming increasingly absurd.”

Over the course of the last 12 months the focus of the air battle against IS, which the MoD calls Daesh, has shifted from the Iraqi city of Mosul, which fell in July, to Raqqa in Syria.

But MEE analysis shows that the overwhelming majority of RAF weapons released took place against IS fighters in Iraq with 3,000 strikes, while a total of 482 bombs and missiles were dropped over Syria, prompting fears of blowback in the UK.

Turning a blind eye to the consequences of air strikes and pretending they are somehow now ‘risk free’ is naive in the extreme,” said Chris Cole, director of campaign Drone Wars UK.

Unless we begin to understand and acknowledge the true cost of our ongoing wars in the Middle East, we are likely to pay a high price in the future.”

Zero casualties

Airwars, which works with the RAF and US Air Force to report suspected civilian casualties, says that at least 5,600 civilians have been killed by coalition strikes.

In July there were reports that Iraqi soldiers used bulldozers to hide the bodies of hundreds of civilians killed in the final days of the battle for Mosul.

MEE’s analysis shows that during the fight for the Iraqi city, RAF Typhoons and Tornadoes dropped dozens of Paveway IV bombs on IS fighters in the city.

However, the MoD does not have troops on the ground in the region carrying out battle damage assessment of sites struck by RAF munitions.

Instead it carries out the assessments from video evidence captured from the air, a technique that has been dismissed as ineffective by other coalition allies.

The RAF says it takes “all possible precautions to avoid civilian casualties”, but Amnesty International has previously expressed serious concerns about the air war’s toll on civilians. In a report earlier this year, it found the battle for West Mosul had caused a “civilian catastrophe”.

Civilians were being ruthlessly exploited by IS, which had moved them into conflict zones, used them as human shields, and prevented escape. They were also being subjected to “relentless and unlawful attacks” by Iraqi forces and the US-led coalition.

A source in the RAF told Middle East Eye: “Given the ruthless and inhuman behaviour of our adversary, including the deliberate use of human shields, we must accept that the risk of inadvertent civilian casualties is ever present, particularly in the complex and congested urban environment within which we operate.”

The source added that all missions were “meticulously planned” and there was no suggestion that UK forces have committed war crimes.

However, there are fears that by failing to fully address the issue of civilian casualties, the MoD is not presenting the full picture of Britain’s campaign against Islamic State.

Iain Overton, the executive director of Action on Armed Violence, said: “If the RAF can claim zero civilian casualties, then the argument for more air strikes stands.

They can justify such by pointing at the issue of proportionality and IHL [international humanitarian law], they can claim that their kills are ‘clean’. Perhaps they are, but they don’t present the evidence to prove they are – not meaningfully.”

The MoD said in a statement on Wednesday: “Only by defeating Daesh for good will we reduce the threat to us here at home. British forces have crippled Daesh since 2014 and the RAF will continue to strike the terrorists hard where they plan their campaign of hate in both Syria and Iraq.
We have no evidence that RAF strikes have caused civilian casualties.

We recognise the challenge faced by coalition pilots in close urban fighting against a ruthless terrorist enemy that uses civilians as human shields, but are clear that to do nothing would leave cities in the hands of Daesh brutality.

We do everything we can to minimise the risk through the rigorous targeting processes and the professionalism of our RAF crews.”

By Jamie Merrill / Republished with permission / Middle East Eye / Report a typo

 Zie ook: 'VS vermoordde met bombardementen in augustus 433 burgers in Raqqa.......... Westerse media alweer stil.......'

         en: 'Raqqa >> BBC World Service en 'onafhankelijke journalistiek': 'Er zijn veel burgers omgekomen bij de strijd in de straten in Raqqa........''

        en: 'Mosul verwoest door VS.........'

        en: 'US Airstrikes Killing Hundreds of Civilians in Syria’s Raqqa'

        en: '
Mosul, stad van lijken: vele honderden doden onder het puin'

        en: '
VS bombardementen op Raqqa moorden hele families uit..........'

        en: '
VN waarschuwt de VS voor het maken van een onacceptabel aantal Syrische burgerslachtoffers met haar bombardementen.......'

        en: '
VS weigert op het VN verzoek in te gaan tot het stoppen met bombardementen op burgerdoelen in Raqqa..........'

        en: '
Raqqa, een strijd als om West-Mosul, echter met geheel andere media aandacht..........'

        en: 'Bombarderen was een probleem in Mosul, maar niet bij het nieuwe Iraakse/VS 

        en: 'VS bombardeert Raqqa plat en nog steeds kijkt de wereld stilzwijgend toe........'

        en: 'Raqqa door VS platgebombardeerd >> reguliere (massa-) media in de VS zijn er trots op......'

        en: 'Kinderen in Irak vermoord middels VS terreur.......'

        en: 'Mosul 'zal met precisie ontdaan worden van de terroristen, inclusief een minimum aan burgerslachtoffers.......'' (een ongelofelijk en ongeloofwaardige belofte....)

      en: 'Mass Media Siege: Comparing Coverage Of Mosul and Aleppo' (met mogelijkheid tot vertaling)

     en: 'After Mosul’s “Liberation,” Horror of US Siege Continues to Unfold' (met mogelijkheid tot vertaling)

    en: 'Mosul is 'bevrijd' zo stelt de VS, daar zijn echter wel wat aanmerkingen op te maken.........'

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