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Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Hamas pigeons and help

Bowen diary: Stranded with dead

"Why? I don't know why they kill animals. I don't believe birds can harm
them. My white pigeons were shot. I know that because I found their bodies."
I guess these pigeons were working for Hamas-- or perhaps firing a rocket into Israel, since Israel doesn't kill anyone not associated (there are problems with this thinking, but I have talked about political vs military wings before) with Hamas.

Now if Israel's child soldiers go around killing animals for the fun of it, how much more inclined would they be to kill an innocent person who looked at them funny or made a sudden movement or is Arab, since Arabs are dogs in their opinion? Israel saying it doesn't target civilians is a joke. People believing Israel when it says that is a bigger joke. The question is, is it military code to do so or do the soldiers take it upon themselves to alleviate the so-called "demographic problem"?

Go back and click on the link and read the boy's story.

That was the Hamas pigeons; here's the help if you feel so inclined:

The staff of The Gaza Community Mental Health Program provide crucial and
irreplaceable mental health services to thousands of Gaza residents with a
special emphasis on vulnerable groups such as children, women, and victims
of torture and human rights violations. For more information about the
program, see

How you can help: To help with the reconstruction of the Gaza Community
Mental Health Program, please donate online at .
Alternatively please address your check or money order to:

Al-Awda, PRRC
PO Box 131352
Carlsbad, CA 92013, USA

Thank you for your support.

Al-Awda, The Palestine Right to Return Coalition
PO Box 131352
Carlsbad, CA 92013, USA
Tel: 760-918-9441
Fax: 760-918-9442


In thinking about aid, it's also good to think about ending the cycle of violence and addressing root causes so humanitarian aid is no longer needed to such a degree as it is now...

Palestine and Sweden's Third States Responsibility

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