Child of BBC Arab Journalist Killed in Gaza, Zionist Twitter Feed Mocks Child DeathsSubmitted by Sue4theBillofrights on Sat, 11/17/2012 - 00:08
Residents of Gaza continue to endure endless airstrikes on top of a nearly 6 year long illegal blockade that has left over 1.5 million people cutoff from a world that has abandoned them. Only a sociopath would find that funny.
Just to give you an idea of what they’re laughing at, here are photos of children that Israel has killed or wounded in the last two days:
Omar Misharawi, 11-months-old:
Omar’s father, Jihad Masharawi, is a B.B.C. Arabic journalist in Gaza.
B.B.C. journalist Jihad Masharawi carries his son’s body at a Gaza hospital. (Photo: AP)
Twitter feed mocking dead children becomes popular
A reader sends along that it wasn't only IDF spokespeople and random Israel supporters who were pushing the #HamasBumperStickers hashtag. Former AIPAC spokesman, and current Israel Project CEO & President, Josh Block was also promoting the Twitter feed. Here Block retweets rightwing commentator Michelle Malkin pushing the hashtag and linking to a post titled "Supporters of Israel mock jihadists with #HamasBumperStickers, libs outraged."...
#HamasBumperStickers "Ask Me About My Exploding Grandchildren"
#HamasBumperStickers "Future Suicide Bomber on Board"
#HamasBumperStickers "Baby Suicide bomber on board"
Gaza: The personal story behind the picture
November 15, 2012 ⋅ 9:58 pm
The front page photo on Thursday’s Washington Post tells, in a single frame, a very personal story from Wednesday’s Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. Jihad Misharawi, a B.B.C. Arabic journalist who lives in Gaza, carries the body of his 11-month old son, Omar, through al-Shifa hospital in Gaza City.
An Israeli round hit Misharawi’s four-room home in Gaza Wednesday, killing his son, according to B.B.C. Middle East bureau chief Paul Danahar, who arrived in Gaza earlier Thursday.
Misharawi’s sister-in-law was also killed, and his brother wounded. Misharawi told Danahar that, when the round landed, there was no fighting in his residential neighborhood... http://www.yalibnan.com/2012/11/15/gaza-the-personal-story-b...