Monday, February 18, 2008

More civilians die

Eight Palestinians, including a senior Islamic Jihad leader and his wife and three of his children were killed in an Israeli air stirke on a house in the Al-Bureij refugee camp and many of civilians , near Gaza City in the central Gaza Strip on Friday night. 80 others were wounded in the densely populated residential neighborhood.Eyewitnesses said that an Israeli F-16 aircraft fired at least one missile that hit the home of Al-Quds Brigades commander The three-story building was completely destroyed.
Israel government said thatthey are not responsible for this attack ,and they say its internal bomb .
both of them blaming each other and more civilians die every day ,and the situation is getting worse and worse ,and no body cares about what is going on in Gaza .
Off course the Palestinians organization will not stop what they are doing and it will increase. They will continue to attack Israeli positions, and Israelis army will do the same and this will take us to dark future .
I don’t know if they think of us as civilians ,and understand that this will not stop violence ,but will increase the hate .

21 comments:

sh said...

People in Israel do care about what goes on in Gaza. We are reading you and we worry about you. Both sides are being used by politicians who are stuck in old positions.

Thank you Peace man and Hope man. The hope is already there and the peace must come.

Anonymous said...

Why do you choose to call this "an Israeli attack"?

Israeli denied there was an air strike, in the past Israel never denied it's involvement in Air strikes over Gaza, why would it start now?

it's more likely that this explosion is a result a an accident in a Kassam missiles factory or storage room. Hamas like Hizbolla like to store it's explosive in people's basements.

Hope man said...

Peace man mentioned Israel denying the attack.
Regardless of how the explosion occurred, and I am not sure what is "more likely", it is a result of the ongoing violence and has cost more innocent lives and many injured.

Liorsion said...

describing this as a "israeli attack" first, and then say the Israeli's deny, also sounded wrong to me, as it sounds like Peace Man thinks the Israeli's lie.

I'm just talking from my personal perspective, but if this is what Peace Man really thinks, can I trust what he says? I think when trying to be the voice of peace and hope, one should try not to take sides.

Not to say I won't keep on reading, and hope for the best.. for Hope and Peace..

Anonymous said...

respect. thnx.

pop said...

Hi from Italy. Thanx for you passionate work. It's important and useful - and touching, too - for people living abroad to know directly from you the real feeling about those events.

Jaina said...

I would just like to commend you both for keeping this blog. I discovered it through a news article on Reuters about your friendship and your blog. It is inspiring and I look forward to reading through all of the back entries. I live in California, and am constantly bombarded with news of all the violence where you are, and it warms my heart to read your blog and know that there are those who want peace. You are both in my prayers, and I hope that soon you will be able to meet again.

Michael Blackburn said...

How can there be peace when even the moderates, i.e., Abbas, say there should not be a Jewish State?
Hamas bombs innocent civilians every day.
The Jews want peace, but they would be foolish to make any concessions to Hamas, whose goal is to destroy Israel.
If the Arabs want peace, stop the bombing, stop the murder.
It seems to any objective observer that the goal of Arabs is peace, yes, but without Jews.

Peace man said...

Please read what I wrote ,I didn’t say I said its Israeli attack ,its written

Eyewitnesses said an Israeli F-16 aircraft fired at least one missile that hit the
Of curse both side will deny ,because they cont say that’s we are responsible for this crime

Speed Demon said...

Hey this is Abhishek Takle from India and I think its very commendable what you guys are doing.

I read the Reuters article and jumped straight here and believe me I will be a regular visitor to your blog. Great job guys...keep it up...

glutard said...

this is my first time here, and i have to say i am proud of you for doing this, i try and do the sane thing here where i live. and we find it amazing how stupid it is that we argue, there is no need. but like stated above... its the people in charge on both sides that want to control everything.
best of luck to you guys, i hope you can meet again soon face to face. and i hope that i to will be able to be in the land promoting peace and coexistance.

Gila said...

Found you guys through the Haaretz article. I really admire you both for what you are doing. Please keep writing--I will keep reading.

Yasir, Canada said...

Hey, I'm happy that finally we have managed to start dialogue on the people level. I grew up in Gaza and the war never made sense to me. Instead of being a great nation of Jews, Muslims, and Christians, we are some how forced to keep the fight going to benefit some monsters on top. Whether it's hamas, Fatah, or the Israeli government.. no one can stop this. Carry on, I'm so proud of you.

Frank said...

Hi everyone---Frank here in USA. Let me know what I can do to help. If you guys were presidents of your respective peoples I think it'd be a better world! You'd still have to contend with the folks on each side who don't want peace...anyway, if you come up with something I can do from way over here, let me know!

Nevets said...

Hey guys....

I've been directed to your blog while surfing the net. And I find it fascinating. There's so much upheaval in the world today, and to find representatives from "opposing" sides willing to communicate is breath-taking.

I'm hoping to be able to get to Israel this year...end of June beginning of July.

I would consider it the highest honor to be able to meet you both....if at all possible.

I will stay in touch....

Robby said...

This is a great BLOG, my compliments to both of you.

But let me ask this question: What can the people on this BLOG do to help you?

Thank you,
Robby

Brewerstroupe said...

Can anyone tell me if Sderot is in occupied territory? What is the history of the settlement?

Cheers

Jim said...

I've been following the evolution of nonviolent movements, relationships and individual actions since 1999. This is a very bold and creative project, and you are in good company. You are also an inspiration. All the best. Jim Terral, http://worldreport.cjly.net

Anonymous said...

Brewerstoupe,

Sderot is not in occupied territory. It's a town in noncontested sovereign Israel about 1 mile east of the north end of the Gaza Strip.

Brandon

David said...

Just saw a report in Haaretz (Isreali newspaper) that says the Palestinian Center for Human Rights has issued a report that says the explosion was not caused by an air strike, but more likely an accidental explosion of a bomb within the building.

What do you think?

Nicholas said...

Violence is the only reason of Hamas existence, If the whole financial and human effort would have been invested in the ppl. of Gaza, the suffering of the Gazans could have been avoided.
I remember Gaza in the early seventies, we had no problems going to eat in the restaurants, the shops were full of ppl., traffic was chaotic, the streets were full of school children, the coffee shops serving delicious scented coffee were full.
We dialogged and we exchanged views.
It looked like the normality was coming back.
How many Israelis and Gazans have to die until some one will stop and say: "Enough !!!" and nuff said.