mussulmen. mussulmen. Wikipedia mussulmen A mussulman refers to an extremely emaciated person (often used to describe victims of the Holocaust ). The victims often are entirely detached from the outside world. One person describes them as follows please check the link
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A mussulman refers to an extremely emaciated person (often used to describe victims of the Holocaust). The victims often are entirely detached from the outside world. One person describes them as follows please check the link
He was responsible for the 1944 assassination of Britain's minister of state for the Middle East, Lord Moyne; an assassination attempt against Harold MacMichael, the High Commissioner of the British Mandate of Palestine in the same year (Kushner, 2002, p. 348), and in 1948 the assassination of the United Nations representative in the Middle East, Count Folke Bernadotte
“Under orders from Defence Minister Yitzhak Rabin, ‘Soldiers armed with cudgels beat up those they could lay their hands on regardless of whether they were demonstrators, or not, breaking into homes by day and night, dragging men and women, young and old, from their beds to beat them. At Gaza’s Shifa Hospital 200 people were treated during the first five days of the new policy, most of them suffering from broken elbows and knees. Three had fractured skulls.’” (PALESTINE AND ISRAEL: THE UPRISING AND BEYOND, David McDowall, University of California Press, 1989, p. 7.)
January 13, 2004
Tom, 22, died Tuesday night in a London hospital due to complications with pneumonia. He had spent the past nine months in a vegetative state after being shot in the head by an Israeli sniper on April 11, 2003, while trying to escort children to safety in Rafah, Gaza Strip, Occupied Palestine.
Palestinian AP photojournalist Nasser Shtayyeh holding his dead five-day old baby (another checkpoint murder