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It’s A ‘Deir Yassin’ in Syria

Graphic floating around facebook.

Graphic floating around facebook.

Assad is really in trouble now:

At least 10 Palestinian refugees were killed Wednesday in the Yarmouk refugee camp in Damascus, activists posting to a Facebook account for the camp reported.

According to media from the camp, 15-year-old Jalal Yousif Salih was shot dead by a Syrian government sniper near the Palestine Hospital in the camp. Photos of the victim were published before he was identified.  Another victim identified as 10-year-old Fadi Alaa al-Masri was shot dead in the al-Zein neighborhood.  Earlier, a body was found in the Black Stone neighborhood. The victim was later identified as Muhammad Shaaban.

An elderly man was also shot dead in the Deir Yasin neighborhood, according to activists. They identified him as 70-year-old Ahmad Abbas.

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About the Author: Yisrael Medad resides in Shiloh and is a foreign media spokesperson for the Yesha Council of Jewish Communities.


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3 Responses to “It’s A ‘Deir Yassin’ in Syria”

  1. May be after reading the post content of the below link , the jewish press news site could deem appropriate to revisit its "Deir Yassin" headline comparison.

    Deir Yassin
    The false story of atrocities in the battle for Deir Yassin in1948 is a typical example of a BIG LIE demonizing Israel, based on fabricated evidence.

    Hazem Nusseibeh, editor of the Palestine Broadcasting Service's in 1948, tells the BBC how a press report was compiled, falsely claiming that atrocities had occurred at Deir Yassin.

    http://www.2nd-thoughts.org/deir_yassin.html

  2. I think the point which Yisrael Medad (who is quite familiar with the blood libel of Deir Yassin) is trying to make is that it seems that certain people only care about human rights violations when Palestinians are involved or in other words, when it can be blamed on Israel.

  3. While bombing hospitals, Syria says Mohammed film violates "humanitarian and moral values"
    http://www.dp-news.com/en/detail.aspx?articleid=131321

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