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woensdag 16 mei 2018

Canadese arts neergeschoten door 'heldhaftige' Israëlische sluipschutter.....

Om nog eens aan te tonen dat de fascistische apartheidsstaat Israël ernst is bij het schieten op ongewapende demonstranten (waar men zelfs op kinderen schiet...), werden de Canadees/Palestijnse arts Tarek Loubani en de Palestijnse verpleger Musa Abuhassanin afgelopen maandag neergeschoten door een Israëlische sluipschutter, terwijl beiden duidelijk herkenbaar waren als medisch hulpverlener vanwege hun kleding............ 

Loubani en Abuhassanin waren met een medisch team in de buurt van de Israëlisch / Palestijnse grens om hulp te kunnen verlenen aan mensen die lafhartig en zonder meer zwaar misdadig (oorlogsmisdaad) worden neergeschoten door Israëlische sluipschutters. Dat Israël opnieuw ongewapende demonstranten met scherp zou beschieten, was van tevoren al duidelijk gemaakt door het psychopathische Israëlische bewind, alle reden voor hulpverleners zich in de buurt op te houden, om zo snel mogelijk hulp te kunnen verlenen.

Loubani kende de gevaren aan de grens met Israël en hield zich dan ook op gepaste afstand van deze grens en zo de psychopaten die ongewapende Palestijnen neerschieten, niet een motief te geven om op hem en zijn collega's te schieten..... In totaal zijn er afgelopen maandag 18 medische hulpverleners gewond geraakt door Israëlisch geweervuur...... Musa Abuhassanin overleed op weg naar het ziekenhuis......

Gezien het enorme aantal slachtoffers dat alleen afgelopen maandag al viel, nu 62 doden (vermoord...) en 2.700 gewonden, is het juist zaak voor deze hulpverleners niet te worden uitgeschakeld door de fascistische Israëlische overheid.....

Volgens de Israëlische premier en Palestijnenslachter Netanyahu, plus de ministers en psychopaten Lieberman en Erdan is Hamas de schuldige aan het grote aantal doden en het enorme aantal gewonden (waaronder vele zwaargewonden)....... Alsof Hamas op de eigen, ten einde raad zijnde bevolking heeft geschoten..... 

De laatste, Gilad Erdan, minister van 'strategische zaken', durfde de Palestijnen zelfs met nazi's te vergelijken..... ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! ha! Je bent vertegenwoordiger van een fascistisch bewind dat schijt heeft aan mensenrechten, een bewind dat lak heeft aan VN resoluties, een regering die een apartheidsbewind voert, een bewind dat de ene na de andere oorlogsmisdaad begaat, bloedbaden aanricht onder een weerloze bevolking, kortom alle kenmerken van een fascistisch bewind en dan nog durven zeggen dat de Palestijnse slachtoffers nazi's zijn...... Hoe gek moet je zijn??!!!

Lees het volgende artikel van Robert Fife over deze zaak, eerder geplaatst op The Globe and Mail:

Canadian doctor shot by Israeli sniper near Gaza border

OTTAWA, OTTAWA BUREAU CHIEF
PUBLISHED MAY 15, 2018

A Canadian-Palestinian doctor was shot in the legs by an Israeli sniper and one of his paramedics was killed on the Gaza border Monday as clashes between Palestinian protesters and Israeli Defence Forces left dozens dead and more than 1,000 wounded.

Dr. Tarek Loubani, an emergency physician from London, Ont., who is also an associate professor at the University of Western Ontario’s medical school, joined medical teams on the Gaza border Monday to care for Palestinians who might be injured in demonstrations against the inauguration of the U.S. embassy in Jerusalem.

Dr. Loubani, who has served as an emergency field doctor in Tanzania and conflict zones such as Iraq and southern Lebanon, said he was wearing a green surgeon’s outfit and standing with several orange-vested paramedics about 25 metres from the protests at the border when he was hit.

I am very seasoned about not being shot at. I know where to stand. I know where to be. I know how not to get shot,” he told The Globe and Mail in a telephone interview from Gaza where he recuperating. “Snipers don’t reach me because of mistakes. I did everything right. We were all huddled. We were high visibility. It was quiet at the exact moment I got shot. The bullet went through my left leg, through my right leg out and hit the ground.

Had he been closer to the border area, Dr. Loubani, 37, said he believes it would have “cost me my legs.” The leg wounds will require months of rehabilitation but he said he feels “incredibly lucky.”

Dr. Loubani, who is part of a medical team funded by the South African-based Shuttleworth Foundation that is field testing 3D-printed medical tourniquets, was helped by Palestinian paramedics on the scene, including 36-year old Musa Abuhassanin.

I remember looking at my shoes and I remember thinking, ‘My god, how did so much blood get there so fast’,” he said. “One of them grabbed one of the last tourniquets. We were down to our last 10 tourniquets. I said ‘No, no leave it for someone else. Try to pressure bandage me.’ ’’

                   
Pressure bandages are shown on Dr. Tarek Loubani's leg wounds, May 14, 2018.
COURTESY TAREK LOUBANI

About an hour later, Mr. Abuhassanin was shot by a sniper while providing medical help to protesters north of where Dr. Loubani was shot. “There was relatively heavy fire that was going on. He was wearing a high visibility jacket. It was clearly marked. He was shot in the chest,” Dr. Loubani said. “They couldn’t remove him. They couldn’t recover him for about 30 minutes until finally they dragged him to a blind spot and then dragged him down a hill and took him to the hospital in a civilian vehicle. He died before he got to the hospital.”

Dr. Tarek Loubani (second from left) and Civil Defence Medic Musa Abuhassanin, (second from right). COURTESY TAREK LOUBANI

Dr. Loubani said the paramedics are well trained but they did not know how to treat a serious chest wound. He said he feels guilty because he is confident he could have saved his friend’s life if he had not been wounded.

Eighteen paramedics were wounded that day but Mr. Abuhassanin was the only one killed by Israeli forces.
              
Dr. Loubani stressed he did not want the story to be about him but about the lack of medical services in poverty-ridden Gaza.

This is not a political issue. This is about Palestinians as people and their right to health care. No matter where they are, even at protests,” he said. “It is about us as Canadians being in places where people need medical care and providing it to them and not having to be worried about being shot or hurt or killed because we are doing what we all agree everyone deserves.”

Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland’s office strongly condemned the Israeli action.
We are very concerned that Canadian doctor and humanitarian worker Tarek Loubani was shot yesterday in Gaza,” press secretary Adam Austen said in a statement.

It is appalling and inexcusable that civilians, members of the media, first responders, and children have been among the victims.”

Mr. Austen said Canadian consular officials were in touch with Dr. Loubani’s family. His brother, Mohammed, said the officials said they would help Dr. Loubani exit Gaza through Israel.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not mention Dr. Loubani but told reporters in Edmonton on Tuesday that his thoughts are with the “victims of the terrible violence” in Gaza. Asked about the inauguration of the U.S. embassy, Mr. Trudeau said such “unilateral actions are unhelpful.”

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh tweeted that he was “outraged” that Dr. Loubani had been shot by an Israeli sniper while providing medical services.

The Israeli embassy in Ottawa said the shooting of Dr. Loubani would be turned over to an Israeli Defence Forces fact-finding team.

Amnesty International said it appears that the Israeli military were killing and maiming demonstrators who posed no imminent threat to them.

This is another horrific example of the Israeli military using excessive force and live ammunition in a totally deplorable way,” said Philip Luther, research and advocacy director for the Middle East and North Africa at Amnesty International . “This is a violation of international standards, in some instances committing what appear to be willful killings constituting war crimes.”

Human Rights Watch said the high number of deaths and injuries was the foreseeable consequence of granting Israeli soldiers leeway to use lethal force outside of life-threatening situations in violation of international norms.

Even if some Palestinians were rock-throwing, this did not warrant the use of excessive force, Human Rights Watch said.

Israeli soldiers were not merely using excessive force, but were apparently acting on orders that all but ensured a bloody military response to the Palestinian demonstrations,” said Eric Goldstein, deputy Middle East director at Human Rights Watch. “The result was foreseeable deaths and injuries of demonstrators on the other side of a border who posed no imminent threat to life.”

Amnesty International called on the international community to stop the shipment of arms and military equipment to Israel.

In 2013, Dr. Loubani and Toronto filmmaker John Greyson spent 53 days in an Egyptian jail without being charged with any offence. They were arrested because Dr. Loubani had treated a severely wounded man during protests at Cario’s Ramses Square. At the time, the two men were on their way to Gaza, where Dr. Loubani regularly travels to to teach emergency medicine at al-Shifa hospital.

With files from Reuters and Associated Press



Zie het origineel voor een grafische uitleg en een video.

Zie ook: 'Israël schiet 20 raketten af op openluchtgevangenis Gazastrook na wanhoopsdaad Palestijnen.......'

        en: ''Israël 'verdedigt' zich al 70 jaar op alle mogelijke manieren tegen 'gevaarlijke' ongewapende Palestijnen en hun kinderen'

        en: 'VS ambassade Jeruzalem gedompeld in Palestijnenbloed........' (zie ook de 4 laatste links in dat bericht)

        en: 'Israël test nieuwe smerige technologie op demonstrerende Palestijnen'

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