maandag 15 december 2008

Hamas houdt parade met nep-Shalit in Gaza

....To this end the following acts are and shall remain prohibited at any time and in any place whatsoever with respect to the above-mentioned persons:

...(c) Outrages upon personal dignity, in particular, humiliating and degrading treatment;

Article 71
Prisoners of war shall be allowed to send and receive letters and cards...

Article 72
Prisoners of war shall be allowed to receive by post or by any other means individual parcels or collective shipments containing, in particular, foodstuffs, clothing, medical supplies and articles of a religious, educational or recreational character which may meet their needs, including books, devotional articles, scientific equipment, examination papers, musical instruments, sports outfits and materials allowing prisoners of war to pursue their studies or their cultural activities.

Misschien kan de VN Hamas eens wijzen op deze grove schending van de mensenrechten en Geneefse Conventie? Of gelden mensenrechten niet voor iedereen?
Het spectakel van Hamas met een nep ontvoerde Israelische soldaat was grof, beledigend en vernederend, in de eerste plaats voor Shalit en zijn familie, en daarnaast voor andere Israeli's.
Dit is Hamas' reactie op het geldtransport van Israel naar Gaza onder VN druk.

Last update - 14:47 14/12/2008       
Hamas parades mock Gilad Shalit before crowd of thousands in Gaza
By The Associated Press
Hamas paraded a mock-captive Israeli soldier before thousands of supporters during a rally Sunday to celebrate the militant group's 21st anniversary.
The mock-soldier, was dressed in an Israel Defense Forces soldier uniform and stood before the crowd begging in Hebrew to be returned home.
"I miss my Mom and Dad," said a Hamas loyalist, in a clear reference to captured IDF soldier Gilad Schalit, seized by Hamas-backed Palestinian militants in June 2006. Egyptian-mediated negotiations to exchange Schalit for hundreds of Palestinian prisoners have repeatedly foundered.
"For those who made my children swallow a bitter drink, you will drink from the same cup," intoned a voiceover.
Sunday's rally was another show of strength by the Islamic militants who have ruled Gaza since a violent takeover in June 2007. The arena can hold about 150,000 people and is full, with more people spilling out into the streets. Many Hamas supporters wore baseball caps in the movement's Islamic green.
Thousands of policemen organized traffic on roads decked with green Hamas flags and plainclothes policemen patrolled the area.
Senior Hamas leaders are expected to lay out the future of an Egyptian-mediated truce with Israel and its relations with rival Palestinian group Fatah, which rules the West Bank.

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