30th anniversary of the Sabra/Shatila shoah
[Friday, Sep21.2012] There are at least two “Jewish Holocausts.” There is the one that was carried out against the Jews by the Nazis in WWII. This one has been so effectively promoted by the Jewish controlled movies and media that it needs no further description here. But the second Jewish Holocaust has been suppressed by the Jewish controlled movies and media. You might do well to bring yourself up to speed on it through some online research. Let me get you started.
The second Jewish Holocaust is not one carried out against Jews; it is one carried out by Jews against Palestinians and other Arabs. It has been on-going since at least 1930s when the Jews began their terrorist attacks on Palestine in order to drive out or kill Palestinians whose families had occupied the land for a thousand years. This second Jewish Holocaust is sometimes the Nakba by the Palestinians. Nakba Day, May15, is the Palestinians’ remembrance day for those murdered and those driven from their homes by the Zionists.
The 1982 massacre at Sabra/Shatila, which is part of the second Jewish Holocaust, is yet another Israeli act of genocide that should shame every Jew who calls Israel “home.” This year is the 30th anniversary of the Sabra/Shatila shoah – “shoah” being the Hebrew word for “massacre.” Here is a short history of the massacre reconstructed from the Wiki article and from a 45-minute BBC documentary, transcript here because the dialog can be hard to follow in the video.
On Sep15.1982 Israeli Defences Forces had completely surrounded the Palestinian/Lebanese refugee camps of Sabra and Shatila outside Beirut (33° 51′ 46.08″ N, 35° 29′ 54.24″ E), completely controlling entry to/exit from the camps. Israeli tanks began shelling the camps. The next day (then Defense Minister) Ariel Sharon and (then Chief of Staff of IDF) Rafel Eitan – two of the most bloodthirsty Jews to have ever walked the face of this planet – turned the operation over to their Maronite Christian buddy, Elie Hobeika, who hated the Palestinians almost as much as Sharon and Eitan did.
Elie Hobeika, burning in hell, if there is one.
Ariel Sharon, before becoming an obese pig
Hobeika began moving his terrorists into the camps before dark and, supported by IDF illumination rounds, they began the execution of thousands of unarmed Palestinians. The massacre continued for 48 hours. The IDF continued to guard the exits of the camps to insure no one could escape. Women and children were executed under direct order of Hobeika, backed by the IDF officers, such as Eitan, Amos Yaron, and Avi Grabowsky, who had ultimate control and responsibility. Finally, Eitan, under pressure from American diplomats, ordered Hobeika to end the massacre and clean up the mess as best they could. Thousands of bodies have never been found.
When foreign journalists were eventually allowed into the camps, they found a few remaining bodies — victims that had been castrated, tortured, mutilated, scalped. Some had Christian crosses carved into their bodies. American journalist Janet Lee Stevens wrote this:
I saw dead women in their houses with their skirts up to their waists and their legs spread apart; dozens of young men shot after being lined up against an alley wall; children with their throats slit, a pregnant woman with her stomach chopped open, her eyes still wide open, her blackened face silently screaming in horror; countless babies and toddlers who had been stabbed or ripped apart and who had been thrown into garbage piles.
In the aftermath of the Sabra shoah, the world went ballistic, as well they should have. Even though 300,000 Israelis demonstrated against the massacre it was apparently just for show; Sharon became a hero, inciting the al-Aqsa intifada and being elected as Prime Minister, at which that point Belgium decided to try Sharon for crimes against humanity. Elie Hobeika was scheduled to testify against Sharon in that trial, claiming that he had conclusive evidence of Sharon’s role in the genocide. However, days before he was to testify, Hobeika was murdered by a car bomb – almost certainly planted by Mossad.
And so, we look at what happened to these violent ghouls – Sharon, Hobeika, Eitan – and we must wonder. Sharon has been in a coma since 2006 — violence incarnate reduced to a vegetable. A very fat vegetable. Hobeika was murdered by his former genocidal Jewish masters. Eitan drowned when he was flicked off of a pier by a large wave shaped like the middle finger of the hand of God. Yes, it makes you wonder. And the thing I wonder is this: Are Hobeika and Eitan suffering in the same hell that is awaiting Sharon? My hope is that they are, and that their hell is being reincarnated as Palestinians in the West Bank or Gaza.
On Dec15.1982 the UN General Assembly passed resolution 37/123 (text here and with footnotes here ) with a vote of 123 – 0, declaring the Sabra/Shatila to be an act of genocide. Wikipedia’s lop-sided version of the Sabra/Shatila shoah discusses the UN resolution primarily in terms of complaints by the nations who abstained from the vote. Shamefully, Wikipedia, which is run by Jews, claims that the perpetrators of the Sabra/Shatilla shoah were the “Kataeb Party militia under Elie Hobeika”
Here are some excerpts from the UN resolution:
The General Assembly . . .
Noting further that Israel has refused, in violation of Article 25 of the Charter, to accept and carry out the numerous relevant decisions of the
Security Council, the latest of which was resolution 497 (1981), thus failing to carry out its obligations under the Charter,
1. Strongly condemns Israel for its failure to comply with Security Council resolution 497 (1981) and General Assembly resolutions 36/226 B and ES-9/1;
2. Declares once more that Israel’s decision of 14 December 1981 to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration on the occupied Syrian Golan Heights constitutes an act of aggression under the provisions of Article 39 of the Charter of the United Nations and General Assembly resolution 3314 (XXIX);
3. Declares once more that Israel’s decision to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration on the occupied Syrian Golan Heights is null and void and has no legal validity and/or effect whatsoever;
4. Declares all Israeli policies and practices of, or aimed at,annexation of the occupied Palestinian and other Arab territories, including Jerusalem, to be in violation of international law and of the relevant United Nations resolutions;
5. Determines once more that all actions taken by Israel to give effect to its decision relating to the occupied Syrian Golan Heights are illegal and invalid and shall not be recognized;
6. Reaffirms its determination that all the provisions of the Hague Convention of 1907 and the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, of 12 August 1949, continue to apply to the Syrian territory occupied by Israel since 1967, and calls upon the parties thereto to respect and ensure respect of their obligations under these instruments in all circumstances;
7. Determines once more that the continued occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights since 1967 and their effective annexation by Israel on 14 December 1981, following Israel’s decision to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration on that territory, constitute a continuing threat to international peace and security;
8. Strongly deplores the negative vote by a permanent member of the Security Council which prevented the Council from adopting against Israel, under Chapter VII of the Charter, the “appropriate measures” referred to in resolution 497 (1981) unanimously adopted by the Council;
9. Further deplores any political, economic, financial, military and technological support to Israel that encourages Israel to commit acts of aggression and to consolidate and perpetuate its occupation and annexation of occupied Arab territories;
10. Firmly emphasizes once more its demands that Israel, the occupying Power, rescind forthwith its decision of 14 December 1981 to impose its laws, jurisdiction and administration on the Syrian Golan Heights, which has resulted in the effective annexation of that territory;
11. Reaffirms once more the overriding necessity of the total and unconditional withdrawal by Israel from all the Palestinian and other Arab territories occupied since 1967, including Jerusalem, which is an essential prerequisite for the establishment of a comprehensive and just peace in the Middle East;
12. Determines once more that Israel’s record and actions confirm that it is not a peace-loving Member State, that it has persistently violated the principles contained in the Charter and that it has carried out neither its obligations under the Charter nor its commitment under General Assembly resolution 273 (III) of 11 May 1949;
. . .
Appalled at the large-scale massacre of Palestinian civilians in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps situated at Beirut,
Recognizing the universal outrage and condemnation of that massacre,
Recalling its resolution ES-7/9 of 24 September 1982,
The General Assembly
1. Condemns in the strongest terms the large-scale massacre of Palestinian civilians in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps;2. Resolves that the massacre was an act of genocide.
. . .
The General Assembly,
1. Condemns Israel’s continued occupation of the Palestinian and other Arab territories, including Jerusalem, in violation of the Charter of the United Nations, the principles of international law and the relevant resolutions of the United Nations, and demands the immediate, unconditional and total withdrawal of Israel from all these occupied territories;2. Reaffirms its conviction that the question of Palestine is the core of the conflict in the Middle East and that no comprehensive, just and lasting peace in the region will be achieved without the full exercise by the Palestinian people of its inalienable national rights and the immediate, unconditional and total withdrawal of Israel from all the Palestinian and other occupied Arab territories;
6. Deplores Israel’s failure to comply with Security Council resolutions 476 (1980) of 30 June 1980 and 478 (1980) of 20 August 1980 and General Assembly resolutions 35/207 of 16 December 1980 and 36/226 A and B of 17 December 1981, determines that Israel’s decision to annex Jerusalem and to declare it as its “capital”, as well as the measures to alter its physical character, demographic composition, institutional structure and status, are null and void and demands that they be rescinded immediately, and calls upon all Member States, the specialized agencies and all other international organizations to abide by the present resolution and all other relevant resolutions, including Assembly resolutions 37/86 A to E;
7. Condemns Israel’s aggression and practices against the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories and outside these territories, particularly Palestinians in Lebanon, including the expropriation and annexation of territory, the establishment of settlements, assassination attempts and other terrorist, aggressive and repressive measures, which are in violation of the Charter and the principles of international law and the relevant international conventions;
8. Strongly condemns the imposition by Israel of its laws, jurisdiction and administration on the occupied Syrian Golan Heights, its annexationist policies and practices, the establishment of settlements, the confiscation of lands, the diversion of water resources and the imposition of Israeli citizenship on Syrian nationals, and declares that all these measures are null and void and constitute a violation of the rules and principles of international law relevant to belligerent occupation, in particular the Geneva Convention relative to the Protection of Civilian Persons in Time of War, of 12 August 1949