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Gaza: Israel breaks new ground in crimes

UNITED STATES (OBSERVATORY) – An Israeli website raises a corner of veil on Israel’s new plans to crack down on Palestinians who are preparing for Nakba Day in the occupied territories.

A direct confrontation with Palestinian protesters or direct fire on them – who have not given up their right to return to their territories – is likely to prove more beneficial.
According to the site, the scenario of the invasion of the “buffer zone” and the wall of separation, elaborated by the angry Palestinians, worried more than ever the Israeli secret and security services.

Having heard recent complaints from human rights organizations to the International Criminal Court (ICC) in The Hague, the Israeli army decided to change its repressive mechanisms against Palestinian protesters. In fact, she is now trying to mask the traces of her crackdown on Palestinian protesters.

The Israeli website begins by mentioning some of the methods used by Israel against the Palestinian people:

“One of the repressive methods is to land mines along the Gaza border to prevent infiltration of Palestinians. In case a Palestinian decides to cross the border, he will explode. Since the Israeli military has mined in the night, no one will be able to accuse Israel. The release of wasps, snakes and rabid dogs among Palestinian protesters is another anti-Palestinian act by the Israeli military for an unarmed confrontation with Palestinian protesters during the March of the Great Return.”

Israeli military experts believe that the march of Palestinians towards the Karam Abu Salem crossing in the southern Gaza Strip was indeed a prelude to the anti-Israeli protests that will reach their zenith on May 15, the 70th anniversary of the Nakba.