Just 2 pictures that show the reality of difference in warfare and power between Hamas and Israel. Take a look at the difference in damage. A building still intact albeit structurally damaged, it is repairable or able to be knocked down and rebuilt vs a complete crater (in a residential zone also) that now requires major earthworks that will never be done due to the blockade and occuption. C’mon Please, reality speaks for itself.

The occupation and genocide continuing in Palestine by the hands of the Israeli government (and supported/financed by Western countries including my own (SHAME)) is in breach human rights charters and international law, Israel (& financiers) must be held accountable. Palestine has the right to defend and resist occupation, just as the Native Americans, Indigenous Australians, Peruvians, Brazilians, Tibetan and many other indiginous peoples around the world have done in the past and continue to do so today. This world needs a real kick up the arse.

Reality of Occupation, the diminished lands of Palestine.

Reality Speaks for itself:

Nov. 15, 11:17 GMT: The wreckage of the apartment block in the southern Israeli city of Kiryat Malachi hit by a Hamas rocket. Three people were killed in the explosion because they did not make it to the building’s fortified stairwell. Three children were also injured in the attack.

An Israeli soldier throws a blood-stained table out of a building damaged by a rocket, fired from Gaza, in the southern city of Kiryat Malachi November 15, 2012. (Reuters / Nir Elias)
 

Nov. 15, 09:28 GMT: A crater caused by the impact of Israeli missiles in Gaza city, following a barrage of 60 rockets targeting Palestinian territory.

A general view shows a crater at a spot targeted by an Israeli air strike in Gaza City in the early hours of November 15, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)
A general view shows a crater at a spot targeted by an Israeli air strike in Gaza City in the early hours of November 15, 2012. (AFP Photo / Mahmud Hams)

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