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2 innocent Palestinian children shot dead by Israel soldiers in cold blood

Israeli forces have killed a 9-year-old Palestinian boy and a 15-year-old teenager during a raid in the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank.

Disturbing footage shows the moment Adam Al-Ghoul and Basel Abulwafa were shot by Israeli forces.

It comes after Israel's army raided Jenin for hours and declared the area a closed military zone.




The Israeli soldiers deliberately slowed down and shot the children.
 
 

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17 Responses to “2 innocent Palestinian children shot dead by Israel soldiers in cold blood”

  • Without a doubt, in no time, Johorian will surface to claim that these children are Hamas and they had tried to throw rocks at the Israeli soldiers, who acted in “self-defense”.

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  • Johorian:

    I regret to say, you are correct.
    Please try to watch the video, its restricted. To see how these brats are practicing HAMAS on the soldiers.

    Quote: “Happy child who loved to play football?”

    Wear black and play stone throw? Young Hamas.

    Self-defense? This is where you are wrong, tech. This IS WAR!
    Throw rocks? You want proportional fight? The Israelis should go get young underage Israelis to pick up stones to throw back or the soldier should use stone? That’s the difference between 1st world and 3rd world. The 3rd world will encourage children to be fighters. The father is a coward, yes, he is in dream. He should go out and fight like a man. Instead he let his son to do his ideology thing.

    What is proportional retaliation?

    No need to keep such brats as prisoners. Waste resources, why feed them fat fat in order for terror group like HAMAS to demand them for exchange with hostages?

    Those brats will grow into adult HAMAS one day.

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  • @Johorian

    You are so beyond impossible and hope. I don’t think I would want to engage you anymore. I will leave it to other more learned readers to entertain you, if they do not wish to insult themselves.

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  • Johorian:

    Since I answered your question which was challenging me personally. How about you answer my question too?

    Why:
    1. Gaza population is growing (some of the fastest growing population in the world) despite ‘Genocide’ as claimed by may pro-Hamas?
    2. Gaza majority of the population is under 18? Gaza est. 47% under 18 yrs, West Bank est. 42% under 18 yrs.
    3. Where are the Gaza men above 18 yrs? In the tunnels?

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  • Evil:

    That J** is an evil. He “smartly” asks brainless questions.

    TRE Tech:
    @Johorian

    You are so beyond impossible and hope. I don’t think I would want to engage you anymore. I will leave it to other more learned readers to entertain you, if they do not wish to insult themselves.

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    Johorian:
    Since I answered your question which was challenging me personally. How about you answer my question too?

    Why:
    1. Gaza population is growing (some of the fastest growing population in the world) despite ‘Genocide’ as claimed by may pro-Hamas?
    2. Gaza majority of the population is under 18? Gaza est. 47% under 18 yrs, West Bank est. 42% under 18 yrs.
    3. Where are the Gaza men above 18 yrs? In the tunnels?

    Dear Johorian,
    But You ran away from my previous question.

    STOP running. Can you also answer my 2 new questions below ?

    Q1. Observant Jews believe Christianity to be idolatry and paganism.. Do you agreed with the Jews?

    Q2. If no, please explain why no?

    https://www.quora.com/Do-observant-jews-believe-christianity-is-idolatry
    Observant Jews believe Christianity to be idolatry and paganism.

    For example, Christians worship a virgin born man-god, a god that is intrinsically more than one but extrinsically one, and the vicarious atonement (scapegoating).

    The Torah in specific and the Tanakh in general rejects such heinous beliefs.

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    Facts #3 Hard Truth (WP Voter, Johorian, Peacemaker are you hiding?)

    Johorian:
    Jerusalem is mentioned 669 times in TORAH,
    61 times in the new TESTAMEN
    0 times in QUR’AN
    Numbers of word “Israel” is mentioned in the Qur’an : 44
    NUMBER OF TIMES THE WORD “PALESTINE ” MENTIONED IN THE QUR’AN : 0
    “Slay the unbelivers wherever you find them” ~Quran 2 : 191

    Who else want to talk history? Well documented!

    Yes, Johorian. This is for you. Exactly in your own words, History is well documented.

    Christian U$ President always quote the bible to justify any war, killing and destruction they brought upon other nation.

    Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth; I have not come to bring peace, but a sword. For I have come to set a man against his father……Bible Matthew 10:34-36

    Click this https://twitter.com/stillgray/status/1672721641577775104

    This is how hypocrite Christian West/Americunt behave.

    You serve their interest, you (Wagner Group) are freedom fighter.

    When you turn against their interest, you (or Wagner Group) are terrorist.

    Today freedom fighter, Tomorrow terrorist.
    https://shorturl.at/jsyEG

    “If you’re not with us, you’re against us” the same concept of warmonger Christian
    https://www.quora.com/Is-George-Bushs-remark-If-youre-not-with-us-youre-against-us-the-same-concept-of-christianity

    Please educate as many as possible.

    Johorian, history is indeed well documented.

    Pro democracy Johorian, WP Voter, Peacemaker, Dr Chee and his Taiwanese wife and LGBTQ, why remains quiet on your MA$TER In God We Tru$t U$A violation of human rights?

    Why are you also behaving like chief human rights abuser CCP Chinacunt ?

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  • Johorian:

    @ Singaporean R Free Rider

    What are you trying to do?
    You have tons of things angry about.
    Try to strike religious conflicts?
    Or because Taiwan disallow your neutral gender?

    ISD is watching you for sometime, I have spoken.

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  • Johorian:

    @Singaporean R Free Rider

    Let me set this right for you once and for all. Given the fact that you (and many) easily swallowed anything thrown on you without research, which takes time, and regurgitate those vomits through holes from your body.

    —>

    Matthew 10:34-36 is part of a larger passage known as “The Commissioning of the Twelve Apostles” (Matthew 10:1-42). To fully understand the context and background, it is crucial to explore the events leading up to this passage.

    In Matthew 10, Jesus is sending out His twelve disciples on a mission to proclaim the Gospel, heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, and cast out demons (Matthew 10:1-8). This mission represents the extension of Jesus’ own ministry, as He instructs the disciples to go to the lost sheep of Israel (Matthew 10:6). However, Jesus warns them about the challenges they will face during their mission, including persecution, opposition, and betrayal.

    Before reaching Matthew 10:34-36, Jesus discusses the risks and hardships His disciples will encounter. He tells them that they will be like sheep among wolves, hated by all for His name’s sake (Matthew 10:16-22). Jesus assures them that the Holy Spirit will give them the necessary words to speak when faced with opposition (Matthew 10:19-20).

    Additionally, Jesus warns the disciples about the potential divisions and conflicts that may arise within families and communities as a result of their commitment to follow Him. He emphasizes the importance of prioritizing loyalty to Him over family ties, declaring that those who love their families more than Him are not worthy of Him (Matthew 10:37-38). These statements provide the context for Matthew 10:34-36.

    In verse 34, Jesus states, “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.” At first glance, this statement may seem contrary to Jesus’ teachings of peace and love. However, Jesus is not promoting violence or discord. Rather, He is highlighting the consequences His message will have on society – it will be a source of division due to the stark contrast between belief in Him and disbelief.

    The “sword” mentioned is metaphorical, representing the division between those who accept and follow Jesus and those who reject Him. The Gospel message challenges existing religious, political, and social structures, and when people encounter the truth, it often disrupts their lives and beliefs, causing division and conflict within families and communities.

    Verses 35-36 further elucidate this division, stating, “For I have come to set a man against his father, and a daughter against her mother, and a daughter-in-law against her mother-in-law. And a person’s enemies will be those of his own household.” Jesus describes how the acceptance or rejection of His disciples, who carry His message, will lead to strife and tension within families. The disciples may face opposition from their own kin who do not share their faith.

    This passage highlights the difficult choices followers of Jesus must make when faced with opposition. They may have to prioritize their faith over their familial relationships, which can be a painful and challenging decision.

    The underlying reason behind Jesus’ words in this passage is to prepare His disciples for the trials they will face, fortifying them with the knowledge that their mission for Him will not always be met with peace and acceptance. Jesus wants His disciples to understand the gravity of their commitment, knowing that they will encounter resistance, rejection, and potential betrayal from even those closest to them.

    It is important to note that Jesus’ intention is not to promote division or strife itself but to emphasize the profound impact His message will have on society. The division mentioned in this passage is a consequence rather than an objective. Jesus desires unity and peace, but He foresees the divisive response that will result from people’s differing reactions to His radical teachings and claims.

    In conclusion, Matthew 10:34-36 is part of Jesus’ instructions to His disciples as He commissions them for their mission. It highlights the potential divisions and conflicts that may arise within families and communities due to the acceptance or rejection of the Gospel message. Jesus prepares His disciples for the challenges they will face, emphasizing that their commitment to Him may lead to strife and tension within their own households. The passage serves as a call to prioritize loyalty to Jesus over family ties and underscores the significant impact His message will have on society.

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  • Cults:

    In modern times, such is called a cult. Cult leaders ask sheepies to sacrifice themselves for “HIM”.

    Johorian: In conclusion, Matthew 10:34-36 is part of Jesus’ instructions to His disciples as He commissions them for their mission. It highlights the potential divisions and conflicts that may arise within families and communities due to the acceptance or rejection of the Gospel message. Jesus prepares His disciples for the challenges they will face, emphasizing that their commitment to Him may lead to strife and tension within their own households

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  • SINGAROAR:

    @Cults:
    The difference is Jesus Christ did not have any personal wins as he was crucified on the cross.He was not a KH who preached prosperity theology.He told his disciples they will suffer because of his teachings which freed men from the slavery of sin.

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    Johorian:
    @ Singaporean R Free Rider

    What are you trying to do?
    You have tons of things angry about.
    Try to strike religious conflicts?
    Or because Taiwan disallow your neutral gender?

    ISD is watching you for sometime, I have spoken.

    Yes, ISD is watching you. This is what you said.
    Trying to strike religious conflicts?

    Johorian:
    Jerusalem is mentioned 669 times in TORAH,
    61 times in the new TESTAMEN
    0 times in QUR’AN
    Numbers of word “Israel” is mentioned in the Qur’an : 44
    NUMBER OF TIMES THE WORD “PALESTINE ” MENTIONED IN THE QUR’AN : 0
    “Slay the unbelivers wherever you find them” ~Quran 2 : 191

    Who else want to talk history? Well documented!

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    Johorian: In conclusion, Matthew 10:34-36 is part of Jesus’ instructions to His disciples as He commissions them for their mission. It highlights the potential divisions and conflicts that may arise within families and communities due to the acceptance or rejection of the Gospel message.

    Did you miss out something?

    It highlights the potential divisions and conflicts that may arise within families and communities and country due to the acceptance or rejection of the Gospel message.

    Prioritizing loyalty to Jesus?

    So in your words and Observer words, loyalty to Singapore is never a priority for Singaporean Christians because Christians are loyal to Abraham’s God?

    Your answer?

    Observer:
    ..
    ..
    I buy from Singaporean Christians because I am loyal to Abraham’s God.

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  • SINGAROAR:

    @Singaporean R Free Rider:
    The teachings of Christ concurs with being loyal to the State. It doesn’t contradict it.

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  • Johorian:

    @ Singaporean R Free Rider
    I will give you the chance to create more discords.
    Go on, I have spoken.

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    SINGAROAR:
    @Singaporean R Free Rider:
    The teachings of Christ concurs with being loyal to the State. It doesn’t contradict it.

    Good of you to have the common sense to think straight and NOT Johorian’s division way supported by 3 religion zealots/idiots thumb up.

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  • Singaporean R Free Rider:

    Johorian:
    @ Singaporean R Free Rider
    I will give you the chance to create more discords.
    Go on, I have spoken.

    Let the facts speak itself.

    First, you quote the Koran and challenge people “Who else want to talk history? Well documented!

    This is exactly what you said and I quote you word for word, not changing any word.

    Second, I step forward to meet your challenge to talk history with you with well documented facts, (not changing any word of it)

    Third, you are unable to answer my question and resort to accusing of me of creating discords to divert attention.

    If you had not post your challenge, I would not have step forward to meet your challenge.

    Conclusion: You are the instigator who has been caught flat footed and now trying to twist and turn to wriggle your way out by diverting attention away from your dishonesty. (inability to answer my questions)

    You are exactly an Arsonist Pretending to Be a Fireman.

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