Journalists entering bombed-out hospital reportedly discover decomposing premature babies not evacuated following siege


ed note–keep in mind as you read this 2 things–


These folks, the ‘pro-life/pro-Israel’ neighborhood of Christian evangelicalism–



Are CHEERING at the death and destruction that is taking place right now, courtesy of the Pirates of Judea, including the deliberate killing of Palestinian children, a form of ‘late term abortion’ that they are willing to sanctify because it is the Jews doing it…


While at the same time, these folks–


–The militant pro-aborts who support murdering children even AFTER they have been born and are–by all medical standards–living, breathing human beings with God-given rights to life, are protesting the carnage in Gaza.


Indeed, it is a world that has gone completely mad.


We’ll end this by reminding the readers of something uttered years ago by the war criminal/mass murderer Ariel Sharon that indeed sheds a lot of ugly light on why the Pirates of Judea revel in murdering Gentile children, whether in Gaza or in America’s abortuaries which they own and run–


‘The Palestinian child is more dangerous than the man because the Palestinian child’s existence infers that generations will go on…’



Middle East Eye


The bodies of five premature Palestinian babies have been discovered in al-Nasr Hospital as reporters and aid workers sort through the remains of the bombed-out health facility during a truce in the Gaza Strip.


Journalists from Emirati TV channel Al-Mashhad discovered the decomposing remains of the children, who were not among those evacuated from the children’s hospital after Israeli forces ordered patients and staff to leave on 10 November.


Footage released by the channel appeared to show the babies still lying in their hospital beds.


Hospital director Mustafa al-Kahlot said in a statement to Euro-Med Human Rights Monitor that he sent an appeal to aid groups, including the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), about the five children prior to their deaths but received no response.


The rights group called for the Israeli army to be ‘held accountable’ for the deaths of the children and criticized the ICRC, who aided the evacuations from the hospital, for failing to help.


More than 15,000 Palestinians, over half of them women and children, have been killed by Israel’s military operations in Gaza, which were launched after Hamas killed around 1,200 Israelis, mainly civilians, in a surprise attack on southern Israeli communities on 7 October.



Hospital attacks a ‘tragedy’


At least 22 hospitals in Gaza, including some in the south, have been told by the Israeli army to evacuate or be targeted since 7 October.


Many doctors refused to comply with these orders, citing a lack of safety measures for patients and any guarantee of return.


As the Israeli army expanded its ground attacks in Gaza, tanks and infantry forces encircled several hospitals in Gaza City and northern Gaza.


Patients and thousands of people taking shelter in these hospitals were eventually forced out at gunpoint, including at al-Shifa hospital, the al-Rantisi and the Indonesian Hospital, among others.


During the sieges on hospitals and subsequent forced expulsions, no aid or safety measures were provided for patients or medical staff, according to eyewitnesses.


Those trapped in hospitals – without food, water or electricity – included premature babies in incubators, ICU patients, people wounded from air strikes and elderly patients undergoing dialysis treatment.


Under these conditions, at least 50 patients died during the siege on al-Shifa Hospital alone.


World Health Organization spokesperson Margaret Harris told a United Nations briefing in Geneva on Tuesday that the collapse of al-Shifa Hospital – the largest medical facility in Gaza – was a ‘tragedy’, adding that some of its medical staff had been detained by Israeli forces during a WHO evacuation operation.


James Elder, a spokesperson for the UN Children’s Agency in Gaza, told reporters that hospitals in the enclave were full of children wounded by Israeli bombings and suffering from gastroenteritis due to drinking dirty water.


‘I met a lot of parents… They know exactly what their children need. They don’t have access to safe water and it’s crippling them,’ he said.

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