Signaturen Maria upphäver sitt raseri - utan fakta

Den senaste kommentaren (just nu) kan vara värd en längre kommentar. "Israel bombar palestinska sjukhus" - utan några faktabelägg, mer än antisemitiskt hat som cirkulerar hos extremvänster/höger, och förstärks efter varje rundgång, som vilket skrik som helst.

Maria får gärna ge referenser. Jag vet att terrorister alltifrån när PLO huserade i Libanon, älskar att placera sina militärförläggningar i samband med sjukhus och skolor - kanske det är vad hon menar. Hur araberna behandlar sina egna sjukhus och läkare i Gaza just nu, har väl inte synts mycket i svenska media - repetera på

Förändringen för palestinaaraberna då den illegala ockupationen av Judéen/Samarien/Gaza 1967 övergick till en legal sådan av Israel, kan du läsa på

Läser man de internationella nyheterna ser man hela tiden hur Israel hjälper sjuka araber - alla svårare sjukdomar behandlas av israeliska läkare - nyligen var där en speciell drive för hjärtsjuka arabiska barn, som opererades i Israel, har ej referensen kvar. Men en enkel sökning ger mycket:

Israeli hospital treats Palestinian fighters Washington Times februari 2007
"The wounded in the bitter Palestinian struggle between Hamas and Fatah fall in the dusty streets of Gaza, but it is to an Israeli hospital in this nearby coastal city that many are brought for treatment. "

Palestinian baby rushed to Israeli hospital
28 maj 2007.

"Israeli medical crews continue to bring Palestinian patients from Gaza to Sheba Medical Center to receive critical treatment they simply cannot get in the Palestinian-controlled territories. This despite the fact that Gaza-based terrorists are raining down rockets on southern Israel.

Ambulance personnel who spoke to Ynet said they are putting their lives in great danger to transfer Palestinian patients from Gaza on a daily basis. Last week, as Hamas mortar shells fell all around them, Israeli medics treated a Palestinian patient on the spot at Gaza's Erez Crossing."

Israeli hospitals also treats Palestinian terrorists May 18, 2002

"Some of the injured fighters who were brought into the Ha'emek emergency room had been involved in perpetrating terror attacks in Israel. On a professional level, no one doubts the commitment by all doctors and nurses to save lives. But on a personal level, after almost 20 months of violence and terror attacks within Israel, it isn't that easy, said Halperin, who was prohibited from giving details about exact numbers of patients in each category who were treated."

Israeli Hospital treats Wounded Palestinians Feb. 9, 2007

" Ashkelon, Israel ( - Despite the ongoing Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Israel continues to treat Palestinians in its medical system, including an Israeli hospital in this southern coastal city that is helping those wounded in recent internecine fighting in the Gaza Strip.

Barzilai Medical Center has treated sick and wounded Palestinians for more than a decade but over recent weeks many more "severely injured" Palestinians than usual have been hospitalized there, said Dr. Ron Lobel, the hospital's medical director.

This week 11 Palestinians were in Barzilai's wards, among them Tawfik, a 23-year-old from Jabaliya in the Gaza Strip who was shot in the leg by a Hamas gunman."


Shot by their own side, healed by the enemy

By Charles Levinson in Ashkelon, Sunday Telegraph
Last Updated: 12:55am BST 10/06/2007

In the Gaza Strip's Jab aliya refugee camp, Aref Suleiman was raised on Palestinian struggle against the Jewish state. Today he lies in an Israeli hospital bed, his body riddled with Palestinian bullets, his wounds tended daily by Israeli nurses.

For the 22-year-old Mr Suleiman, who was shot five times point blank by Hamas militants last month during a renewed bout of Palestinian infighting, this is not the Arab-Israeli conflict he learnt about as a child growing up in Gaza's desperate, rubbish-strewn alleys.

"Palestinians shoot me and Jews treat me," he laughs bitterly. "It was supposed to be different."

Gaza baby treated at Israeli hospital

MDA ambulance transfers baby with heart defect from Gaza Strip to Sheba Medical Center for life-saving operation
Meital Yasur-Beit Or

This humanitarian act took place during one of the more difficult days in terms of Qassam launchings, during which a 36-year-old Oshri Oz was killed in Sderot

The baby suffers from a congenital heart defect and without proper treatment will not survive long. He was transferred to the Erez crossing, where an MDA ambulance was waiting to transfer him to hospital ventilated and in an incubator.


Från en rapport från the World Health Organization:

"During the last year, May 2005 to May 2006, Israel has maintained its humanitarian policy towards the Palestinian people in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank areas. Israel is continuing to provide medical care to Palestinian patients in Israeli hospitals, provide public health laboratory services in Israel, grant training programmes to Palestinian physicians and nurses in Israel and enablemedical and pharmaceutical supplies to enter the Gaza and West Bank areas. This humanitarian attitude is continuing despite the fact that the Palestinian Ministers of Health have remained opposed to previous agreements and to the normalization of relations in the field of health care, and despite terrorist acts against Israel?s civil population. The Palestinian Ministers of Health have continued to oppose the renewal of professional contacts between the two parties and have refused to unfreeze the activities of the joint committees on health and medicine. A few consultation meetings between Israeli and Palestinian West Bank experts in the area of public health have been held on the subject of avian influenza, only as a result of requests from Palestinian public health experts from the West Bank, and the decision of their Minister not to hamper such meetings. Public health experts from the Gaza area were unable to participate in these meetings, having failed to obtain approval from their Minister.

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En artikel från 2004, Israel's medical support for Palestinian society

har Maria också missat:

Israel?s achievements in providing healthcare and medical support to Palestinian society over past decades are highlighted in the article below, published in September 2004. The author is Theo Dov Golan, a former Director-General of Israel?s Ministry of Health, and formerly Head of the Israeli Army Medical Corps. Golan ends by asking why these Israeli humanitarian accomplishments are unknown and unreported among the general public.

Israeli hospital serves wounded Palestinians från Washington Times är läsvärd, en artikel från 2004 nämner "But thanks to a new partnership of Palestinian and Israeli pediatricians, under auspices of Israel's Peres Peace Center, hundreds of Palestinian children have been seen for free by Israeli doctors in the last four months. With funding provided from Italy, nearly 200 of 580 children that were referred have already undergone major surgery at Israeli hospitals at no cost to the families. Another 350-400 children have undergone free diagnostic testing. "

Och så vidare och så vidare. Det vackra hebreiska namnet Maria förpliktigar faktiskt, och även om det inte är olagligt att råljuga tack vare yttrandefriheten, borde de flesta inse hur det slår tillbaka rätt i ansiktet, så man inte finner någon anledning att tro på någonting alls som en dylik person säger.


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