Jewish Fingerprint – 68 years to the Day, The Deir Yassin Massacre in the Holy Land

April 9 is the Anniversary of the Zio Massacre at Deir Yassin — Remember!

Left Photo: the mutilated victims of Deir Yassin

April 9 is the anniversary of the Zionist massacre at Deir Yassin.  Read this great article from Dr. David Duke commemorating the massacre of Deir Yassin and its relation to a long history of shocking Jewish extremism, racism and genocide.

Deir Yassin, the Gulag, Porn, and the Violence and Depravity of Hollywood

By Dr. David Duke

I hope you already understand and oppose the Zio Media hate directed against the Palestinian people and against the Iranian people.

Iran for instance has signed the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and allows inspections while Israel has not signed the NPT, has no inspections, and has huge stockpiles of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons.

All this while Iran is blasted in the media as a “nuclear rogue State.” Why?  We know the answer.  It is because of the Zio media domination and Zio-controlled political establishment.

The historical fact is indisputable. Jewish Zio extremists invaded Palestine.  Through terrorism, murder and torture they stole the whole region from its inhabitants.

They were 5 percent of the population of Palestine in 1905 and then embarked on massive immigration into the area with the intention of establishing a Jewish supremacist state. When their numbers became large enough, the horror began.

First the Zio terrorists blew up British facilities,  and kidnapped and tortured and murdered British nationals who administered Palestine.

Jewish terrorists like Menachem Begin blew up the King David Hotel.

That was a far more murderous act proportionately against Palestine than 911 was for America. They wanted to drive the British out as a necessary step before they could drive the Palestinians out. They were afraid the British would stop their planned genocide and ethnic cleansing of the Palestinians.

They even assassinated respected United Nations diplomats such as Count Bernadotte.

Once they drove out the British with terrorism and murder, the Zionists began their terror against the Palestinians in earnest. They committed a series of horrific atrocities.

At Deir Yassin they murdered at least 200 Palestinians.  Almost all the victims were women, children and old men.

If you want the truth about Deir Yassin, you can read the accounts of Jewish Hagannah officers who took part in it.

Israeli Colonel Meir Pa’el on his retirement, remorsefully admitted that,

 “The Irgun and LEHI men came out of hiding and began to `clean’ the houses. They shot whoever they saw, women and children included, the commanders did not try to stop the massacre ….”

Zvi Ankori, who commanded the Zionist Unit at Deir Yassin gave this statement on April 9, 1982:

“I went into 6 to 7 houses. I saw cut off genitalia and women’s crushed stomachs. According to the shooting signs on the bodies, it was direct murder.” (New York Jewish Newsletter in October 1960)

The Zionists had bayoneted the wombs of pregnant Palestinian women and crushed the heads and bodies of dozens of children and babies.

And then in the ultimate chutzpah, Zionists purposely publicized their horrific crimes.

Menachem Begin was actually proud of Deir Yassin.

He boasted that the massacre he ordered induced the terror that the Jews needed to help ethnically cleanse the Palestinians from the new Zionist State. Quote:

“The massacre was not only justified, but there would not have been a state of Israel without the victory at Deir Yassin.” (New York Jewish Newsletter in October 1960)

700,000 men women and children were terrorized and driven from their homes.  The Jewish extremists accomplished this by mass murder, torture and terror.

To this day Israel has not permitted the Palestinian refugees and their children to return to their own homes, farms, businesses, villages and cities stolen from them, the land from which they were murdered, injured, tortured, terrorized and ethnically cleansed.

Over the years Israel has tortured hundreds of thousands of Palestinians and Lebanese and Syrians and others in their dungeons. Even Zio writers such as Jake Greenburg in the Zio New York Timesadmits it. (Joel Greenberg (1993). Israel Rethinks Interrogation of Arabs. New York Times Aug. 14)

Take away all the Zio media fairy tales about the creation of Israel, and the ugly truth remains indisputable.

But  what I hope you understand today is not simply the horror and terror and murder and torture of the Israeli Jewish Supremacist State. What you must understand is that the Zio media has covered this all up and has given millions of people all over the world a noble and even heroic version of Israel.

Take for instance the Oscar winning Zio-film, Exodus. It showed all over the world and was awarded Oscars by the fellow tribalists of those who made the film, and then it was praised to the skies by their own controlled Zio media.

This tribal self advancement and propaganda machine still goes on to this very day.

I hope you understand how the Zio media has caused millions of people to be blind about the victims of ethnic cleansing, murder and torture in Palestine. The Zio media causes millions of us to see the Palestinians as the evil ones, the quote, “terrorists.”

The walled concentration camp of Gaza which the Zionists strangle and bomb, assassinate and  murder at will, is almost completely composed of Palestinian refugees and their children, every inhabitant, that is a million and one-half victims of Jewish terror.

Yet, of course, those helpless, caged, bombed, starved Palestinian men women and children are the ones identified by the media as the quote, “terrorists.”

The Zio occupation of Palestine has been a disaster for the Palestinians.

But no less disastrous for Americans is the Zio occupation of our media and politics.

As a history PhD, I usually write about their role in foreign policy and in these Zio wars that have been an unmitigated disaster for America and the West, but now let’s delve into their occupation of American media and another kind of terror that has emanated from it.

As we all know, America has gone from a place where a mother didn’t panic if she lost sight of her child in a supermarket, to a land where it is all too common for horrific crimes to be committed against children. Kidnappings, torture, sexual violation have become commonplace.

Mass terror shootings, even of children such as in Newtown Connecticut are blamed on guns. Yet, America has always had guns, but America never had these psychotic mass shootings in schools as we do today.

What we didn’t have before was the Zio mentality unleashed over our minds and spirits as we do now.

If you are concerned about the drenching of our children in violence, blood, gore, perversion and sadism, you must understand, this is nothing new for the Jewish supremacists.

They have not only promoted violence and genocide for over two thousand years, they have practiced it repeatedly.

Deir Yassin was nothing new.

Jewish historians boast of the dominant role of their people in the Communist revolution in Russia. Many even historically document their leading role in the greatest mass murder in world history, the tens of millions of murdered innocents in Russia and Ukraine and Eastern and central Europe. Watch my video: The Zionist Red Army.

But of course, all you really hear about in the mass media are the crimes of the Germans not of the Jewish Bolsheviks like Kaganovich, Ilya Ehrenburg and Trotsky. Watch my video the Zionist Red Army!

The Zionists even celebrate Ilya Ehrenburg in the Yad Vashem Holocaust Museum . This is the fiend who exhorted the Red Army to rape and murder millions of innocents during the Second World War

Jewish writer Yuri Slezkine in his popular book, The Jewish Century, boasts of the Jewish domination of the twentieth century and brags about the Jewish domination of Communist Russia before the Second World War.

He documents the Jewish domination of the Cheka and NKVD, the Soviet Secret police that tortured and killed millions.

Dr. Kevin MacDonald quotes Slezkine in showing the Jewish domination of these organizations and how Slezkine agrees with Leonard Schapiro’s comment that “anyone who had the misfortune to fall into the hands of the Cheka stood a very good chance of finding himself confronted with and possibly shot by a Jewish investigator” (p. 177). During the 1930s the secret police, then known as the NKVD, “was one of the most Jewish of all Soviet institutions” (p. 254),  At this time 12 of the 20 NKVD directorates were headed by ethnic Jews, including those in charge of state security, police, labor camps, and of course mass murder. (page numbers from The Jewish Century)

I once gave a lecture in the Mayakovsky Museum directly across the street from Lubyanka prison in Moscow, the very center where these Jewish Bolsheviks tortured and murdered countless thousands of people.

The great Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn in his book the Gulag Archipelago IIactually shows photos of the six top administrators of the Soviet Gulags, and every one of them are Jews.

There is no real argument disputing the paramount Jewish role in this the greatest mass murder and torture of all time. Even major Jewish writers routinely acknowledge it.

Yet, note that you hear almost nothing about it in the mass media compared to alleged German crimes of the Second World War.

So none of it, my friends, is new. Not Deir Yassin, not the mass murder of the Soviets, not the terror against Gaza, nor the mentality of murder.

The problem is that their mentality, through their control of the media has infected our mentality.

Deir Yassin is no different than what is repeatedly described in the their “holy” writ:

 “Their children shall be dashed to pieces before their eyes! Their houses spoiled, and their wives raped…Dash the young men to pieces…have no pity on the fruit of the womb, the children shall not be spared” — Isiah 13:16-18

“…They shall fall by the sword: their infants shall be dashed in pieces, and their women with child (pregnant) shall be ripped up! – Hosea 13:16

Those same things happened in Deir Yassin, not just over two thousand years ago, but within the lifetime of many Palestinians who have lived through the Zio terror.

How about these other “lovely” verses such as:

Now go and smite Amalek, and utterly destroy all that they have, and spare them not; but slay both man and woman, infant and suckling, ox and sheep, camel and ass.” (I Samuel 15:2-3)

Now therefore kill every male among the little ones, and kill every woman that hath known man by lying with him. But all the female children, that have not known a man by lying with him, keep alive for yourselves.” (Numbers 31:16-18)

“And we took all his cities at that time, and utterly destroyed the men, and the women, and the little ones, of every city, we left none to remain.” (Deuteronomy 2:34)

“And we utterly destroyed them, as we did unto Sihon king of Hesbon, utterly destroying the men, women, and children, of every city. But all the cattle, and the spoil of the cities we took for a prey to ourselves.” (Deuteronomy 3:6-7)

“And to the others he said in mine hearing, Go ye after him through the city, and smite: let not your eye spare, neither have ye pity: Slay utterly old and young, both maids, and little children, and woman:…” (Ezekiel 9:5-6)

“And they utterly destroyed all that was in the city, both man and woman, young and old, and ox, and sheep, and ass, with the edge of the sword.” (Joshua 6:21)

Thank God, as a Christian we can point to the love and kindness that Jesus taught.

However, Judaism rejects and hates Jesus, it hates both the love and kindness of his teachings and Jesus himself.

This eternal hatred and torturous mentality of murder and suffering is revealed in their Talmudic hate toward Jesus Christ himself.

Read the book by the head of Judaic Studies at Princeton University, Dr. Peter Schaefer, and recommended by a number of rabbinical authorities. It is called Jesus in the Talmud.

The Publishers Weekly in reviewing the book sums it up dramatically:

“What exactly is so scandalous? How about Jesus punished in Hell for eternity by being made to sit in a cauldron of boiling excrement? That image appears in early manuscripts of the Babylonian Talmud, as does a brief account of Jesus’ trial and execution—not by the Romans but by the Jewish high court, the Sanhedrin.” 

It is really amazing that I am called hateful for simply opposing the elements of Jewish extremism that are the epitome of hatred.

I can’t imagine any greater hatred than the idea of torturing the teacher of love and tolerance, Jesus Christ for eternity by boiling him in human excrement.

Now that’s hate. That’s real hate.

The New Testament recognizes clearly this Jewish hate for Christ and God.

Practically every Christian on Earth from the Catholic Popes to the Protestant reformer Martin Luther, used far harsher words than to describe this enemy of Christ and Christian values.

This was true all the way to what Slezkine describes as the “Jewish Century.” For when they took over the media, they used it to promote Christians who praised the biggest haters of Jesus Christ, who supported their establishment of everything anti-Christian.

In the height of obscenity, they have millions of Christians in the West supporting, anti-Christian Jews killing their fellow Christian Palestinian sand Christian Lebanese families by the thousands.

How can we be loving, decent human beings unless we oppose the purveyors of such hatred? How can we stand by in cowardice as they drench our children’s minds and hearts and souls with violence and blood and every sort of degeneracy and inhuman behavior.

How can any of us who love mankind, not oppose those who promote the human enslavement and destruction of drugs and alcohol, and sexual license and degeneracy?

Of course, I know that by opposing this evil, and that is the only word for it, whether you use the word evil in a religious or a secular sense, I know that I will be the one called hateful and evil by the ultimate purveyors of hate.

And of course, they do that to me every day of my life in their media.

Still, I am willing to pay the price for telling the truth and trying to vanquish these haters of every higher value of life and civilization.

This truth is essential, because it is no intellectual exercise.

I am not campaigning for victory of a principle or some sort of scientific understanding just for the intellectual challenge.

I am fighting for real human freedom, for real human rights and real human health and happiness and well being, and against the dark world that these extremists are driving us toward.

Hundreds of millions of real human lives are at stake.

You and I must be responsible, because if we fail, it will cost more millions of lives and enormous human suffering.

These are real lives, not some sort of academic argument.

And if we succeed our people can survive and thrive and elevate the highest values of humanity rather than the depraved values of those who revel in murder and genocide.

I want to share with you a quotation in the Jewish Intellectual Quarterly magazine. In an article that boasts of Jewish domination of pornography, the writer tells us about the real Jewish motivation for promoting sick porn to our children.

Prof. Nathan Abrams writes about how the Jewish porn kings are motivated by hatred of gentiles, and how they see the defilement of Christian boys and girls as Jewish revenge.

Is there a deeper reason, beyond the mere financial, as to why Jews in particular have become involved in porn? … Al Goldstein, the publisher of Screw, said “The only reason that Jews are in pornography is that we think that Christ sucks. Catholicism sucks. We don’t believe in authoritarianism.” Pornography thus becomes a way of defiling Christian culture and, as it penetrates to the very heart of the American mainstream (and is no doubt consumed by those very same WASPs), its subversive character becomes more charged. …

Extending the subversive thesis, Jewish involvement in the X-rated industry can be seen as a proverbial two fingers to the entire WASP establishment in America. … Jewish involvement in porn, by this argument, is the result of an atavistic hatred of Christian authority: they are trying to weaken the dominant culture in America by moral subversion.

What kind of evil would promote the defilement of children as a racial revenge?

Here’s the quote I leave you with:

“I will corrupt your seed and spread dung upon your faces!” (Malachi 2:3)

So true. I have never read a more apt description of what the Ziomedia is doing to our children.

What was true 2,500 years ago is still true today.

So true and so tragic.

Once you fully understand the horrific essence of Jewish supremacism, if you have any real empathy for its countless victims, you will devote your life to protecting your own people and all of humanity from it.

I did.

I do.

Dr. David Duke

Irgun Tz’va’i Le’umi (Etzel)

Armed Jewish underground organization, founded in 1931 by a group of Haganah commanders, who left the Haganah in protest against its defense charter. In April 1937, during the Arab riots, the organization split—about half its members returned to the Haganah. The rest formed a new Irgun Zeva’i Le’umi (abbr. Etzel), which was ideologically linked with the Revisionist Movement and accepted the authority of its leader, Vladimir Jabotinsky.

Etzel rejected the “restraint” policy of the Haganah and carried out armed reprisals against Arabs, which were condemned by the Jewish Agency. Many of its members were arrested by the British authorities; one of them, Shlomo Ben Yosef, was hanged for shooting an Arab bus. After the publication of the White Paper in May 1939, Etzel directed its activities against the British Mandatory autorities.

At the outbreak of World War II, the organization declared a truce, which led to a second split (see Lohamei Herut Yisrael). Etzel members joined the British Army’s Palestinian units and later the Jewish Brigade.

From 1943 Etzel was headed by Menachem Begin. In February 1944, Etzel declared war against the British administration. It attacked and blew up government offices, military installations and police stations. The Jewish Agency and the Haganah moved against the Etzel in a campaign nicknamed the Sezon. Etzel joined the Jewish Resistance Movement and after its disintegration in August 1946, Etzel continued attacks on British military and government objectives.

In April 1947, four members of the organization were hanged in Acre prison. In May 1947, Etzel broke into the fortress at Acre and freed 41 prisoners. In July 1947, when 3 other Etzel members were executed, the I.Z.L. hanged two British sergeants.

After the Declaration of Independence, the Etzel high command offered to disband the organization and integrate its members into the army of the new Jewish state. Full integration was achieved in September 1948.

Sources:The Pedagogic Center, The Department for Jewish Zionist Education, The Jewish Agency for Israel, (c) 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, Director: Dr. Motti Friedman, Webmaster: Esther Carciente

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Since the arrival of the first Zionist to Palestine, hundreds of massacres have been committed against unarmed Palestinian civilians in the name of “Israel”, making this entity synonym to death and destruction. One of the worst Zionist massacres committed against Palestinians is the Deir Yasin massacre. Defenceless Palestinian civilians were tortured before being massacres and their bodies mutilated. Women and children were raped, babies were butchered and pregnant women were bayoneted. Deir Yassin, a Palestinian village located at the outskirts of Jerusalem, had a population of around 750 on the eve of 09.04.1948. The village was surrounded by 6 Zionist colonies, the closest being Giv’at Sha’ul, and the Zionist colonists had blocked the main access road connecting Deir Yasin with Jerusalem, placing Deir Yasin under an almost total blockade. To protect the village from the attacks of the Zionists, the villagers of Deir Yasin formed a local guard whose weaponry consisted only of a few old rifles and very little ammunition. Because the village was surrounded by several Zionists colonists, was besieged and continuously threatened by them and because the villagers had little means to protect themselves, Deir Yasin agreed to a non-aggression pact with the Zionist colonists just one month before the massacre. Nevertheless, on 09.04.1948, and in a joint operation coded “Operation Unity” the 3 terrorist gangs Irgun, Lehi (Stern) and Haganah (later Zionist terrorist army) attacked the peaceful village with the aim of killing as many Palestinians as possible and to force the rest out of their homes and lands. At 4:30 on Friday morning, 09.04.1948, and while the villagers slept, the Zionist terror gangs surrounded Deir Yasin. Palestinians woke up to the sound of loud speakers ordering them to leave the village, and the unsuspecting residents went out of their homes to investigate the situation, and it was then that the massacre began. The Irgun attacked the village from the south east, Stern attacked it from the east while the Haganah bombarded the village with mortars. The Palestinian village guard tried to protect the residents and to stop the Zionist gangs, they fought heroically but with their meagre weaponry had little chance against three fully armed terror gangs. The Zionists opened fire at whoever tried escaping the village, and then moved into the village and started their “clean up”: they moved from one house to the other raping women, slaughtering children and killing whoever was inside with machine guns and knives. Whole families were lined up against the wall and executed. Pregnant women were bayoneted and the bodies of children were mutilated. Money and jewellery were snatched from the bodies of victims and other personal belongings were stolen before houses were burnt. Of the 144 houses of Deir Yasin, at least 15 were blown up over the heads of their inhabitants by the Zionist terror gangs. British interrogating officer, Deputy Inspector General Richard Catling, confirmed that:

“The recording of statements is hampered also by the hysterical state of the women who often break down many times whilst the statement is being recorded. There is, however, no doubt that many sexual atrocities were committed by the attacking Jews. Many young schoolgirls were raped and later slaughtered. Old women were also molested. One story is current concerning a case in which a young girl was literally torn in two. Many infants were also butchered and killed. I also saw one old woman … who had been severely beaten about the head with rifle butts. Women had bracelets torn from their arms and rings from their fingers and parts of some of the women’s ears were severed in order to remove earrings.”[1]

During the massacre; men, women, children and elderly were killed in cold blood and in a gruesome way and hundreds were wounded. The number of victims is disputed. Most sources put the number of martyrs at 254, including 25 pregnant women who were bayoneted and 52 children who were maimed in front of their mothers before being beheaded and the mothers slain.

“A chilling account of the massacre is given by a Red Cross doctor who arrived at the village on the second day and saw himself – the mopping up – as one of the terrorists put it to him. He says that the “mopping up” had been done with machine guns, then grenades and finished off with knives. Women’s bellies were cut open and babies were butchered in the hands of their helpless mothers. Around 250 people were murdered in cold blood.[2] Of those 250 people, 25 pregnant women were bayoneted in their abdomens while still alive. 52 children were maimed under the eyes of their own mothers, and they were slain and their heads cut off. Their mothers were in turn massacred and their bodies mutilated. About 60 other women and girls were also killed and their bodies mutilated[3].

The UN and the Red Cross, whose representatives were among the first to enter the village after the massacre, confirm that the number of the victims is in fact close to the 250 estimate. Other more recent sources name around 120 martyrs (see list of Martyrs), adding that the number of victims was exaggerated by the Zionist terrorists to spread fear amongst Palestinians everywhere. Ethnic cleansing was one of the declared aims of the massacre, and the atrocities committed at Deir Yasin were used to force residents of other Palestinian villages to flee for their lives out of fear of a similar destiny. After the massacre, Zionist terrorist gangs went from one Palestinian village to another, ordering Palestinians to leave “or meet the fate of Dayr Yassin”[4]. They would warn the residents in loud speakers: “The Jericho road is still open, fly from Jerusalem before you are killed, like those in Deir Yassin.”[5] During the expulsion of the inhabitants of Ramleh and Lydd in July 1948, Sari Nair from Ramleh recalled how they were kicked out of their home by a Zionist soldier who told them to leave “Otherwise you know what will happen. What happen at Deir Yassin will happen to you.”[6]

In addition to those butchered in their homes, 25 Palestinian men were rounded up by the Zionist terrorists, loaded onto a truck and paraded through Jerusalem in a sort of “victory tour” before being executed at a nearby quarry and buried in a mass grave. Also, eye witnesses reported that around 150 women and children were paraded naked through the Jewish neighbourhoods of Jerusalem. “The marauders gathered the women and girls who were still alive, and after removing all their clothes, put them in open cars, driving them naked through the streets of the Jewish section of Jerusalem, where they were subjected to the mockery and insult of the onlookers. Many took photographs of those women”[7] 55 children who survived the massacre were left at the Mendelbaum gate. 6 of these orphans went knocking on the door of Palestinian Jerusalemite Hind Al-Husseini seeking shelter. After hearing about the massacre, Al-Husseini went searching for the other children and after finding them decided to take care of them all. Her family gave her the mansion of her grandfather Dar Al-Husseini (the Husseini house) where she was born and which she renamed into Dar Al-Tifl Al-Arabi (Home of the Arab Child). Hind Al-Husseini dedicated her whole life to the orphans of Deir Yasin and other Palestinian children.

When the news of the massacre spread, the International Red Cross Society requested permission for its representative Jaques Reynier to enter the village and investigate the matter. The Jewish Agency – which claimed it had nothing to do with the massacre and publicly “condemned” it – tried its best to prevent an investigation of the massacre and delayed granting the permission 24 hours to give the Zionist terrorists enough time to erase all traces of the massacred (something the Zionist government and its IOF have been doing since then after every massacre: public condemnation followed by a self-investigation that clears them of the massacre while preventing an independent investigation). But the evidence of the massacre was visible everywhere; it was so horrific that all efforts to erase it failed. The Zionists even tried to change the landmarks of the village so the Red Cross representative would not find the village’s cistern which they locked up. But Reynier found it and testified to finding the maimed bodies and parts of bodies of 150 women, children and elderly. Other bodies were found under the rabble of the destroyed homes, and many were scattered along the streets of the village. Scores of bodies were also found in the mass grave at the quarry. (below is the testimony given by Jaques Reynier)

As the massacre was taking place, both the British commander of the Mandate ground troops and the Jewish Agency knew about it but did nothing to stop it. But after the news of the massacre spread and the horrific details of what had happened were made public, both “denounced” the massacre and denied any previous knowledge. Also the Haganah, the armed forces of the Jewish Agency, “condemned” the massacre and denied any connection or knowledge of it. The leaders of the Haganah tried to hide their role in the massacre and claimed they only entered Deir Yasin after the massacre was over and denied the claims of Irgun and Lehi that they were part of the attack. These were enraged by the claims and published a letter proving that the Haganah commander was fully aware of the plan to attack Deir Yasin and even approved it. The leader of Irgun, Menachim Begin, “admitted on December 28, 1950, in a press interview in New York, that the Deir Yassin incident had been carried out in accordance with an agreement between the Irgun and the Jewish Agency and the Haganah”[8]. In fact, the attack on Deir Yasin was coded “Operation Unity” “to demonstrate the unity between the official Zionist leadership on the one hand and the two terrorist groups on the other”[9]. According to “Plan Dalet”, Deir Yasin was to be occupied together with other Palestinian villages. “Plan Dalet” was the master military plan of the Zionists and contained many sub-operations for the systematic expulsion of as many Palestinians as possible and grabbing as much Palestinian land as possible before the British Mandate was over. It gave Zionist military commanders and Zionist gangs a green light to massacre and to expel Palestinians and destroy their villages and towns. This Plan and its operations caused the ethnic cleansing of 213 Palestinian localities (40% of all Palestinian localities) and caused 413,794 Palestinians refugees (54% of the Nakba refugees) making it the main plan behind the ethnic cleansing of Palestine. It started on 01.04.1948 and ended on 15.5.1948 and consisted of 8 major military operations against Palestinian communities, the first being “Operation Nachshon”. This operation “was launched to carve out and hold a corridor from Tel Aviv on the coast to Jerusalem in the interior. This involved the occupation and destruction of Arab villages in this corridor. The massacre of Deir Yassin on April 10th was part of this operation. By April 12th, the Zionists had expelled about 15,000 Arab villagers from this corridor”[10]. Deir Yasin massacre was the first of at least another 17 massacres committed within the framework of “Plan Dalet”. Only two days after Deir Yassin, on 12.04.1948, Zionist terror units killed 12 residents of Khirbet Nasir Al-Din (Tiberias area). The next day, Irgun and Lehi Zionist terror gangs entered the village and killed 50 of its 90 residents, the remaining 40 managed to escape before the whole village was destroyed. “Plan Dalet” was carried out by the Zionist terrorists while Palestine was still under British Mandate, meaning under British protection, but the British army and government did nothing to stop the Zionist terror attacks and massacres against the Palestinians. Instead they supported the Zionist terrorists by providing them with weapons and military training. At the same time, they denied Palestinians the possession of weapons leaving most Palestinians defenceless.

During the massacre, Deir Yasin was ethnically cleansed, wiped off the Zionist map and later re-populated with Zionist colonists. While its indigenous population were made refugees who are till today scattered all over the world, Zionist colonists from Poland, Rumania and Slovakia were settled in the homes of the Palestinians. The irony is that some of the old houses of Deir Yasin became part of a Zionist mental hospital and these homes which are the site of the slaughter of their inhabitants later housed a number of Holocaust survivors suffering from mental trauma. The Zionist terror militias that committed the massacre were the Haganah, Irgun and Lehi. These terrorist gangs got most of their financing from the US, just like today, and in one case, the Lehi (Stern) terror gang contacted Albert Einstein and asked his help in raising money in the US. Einstein’s reply came one day after the massacre of Deir Yasin: he refused to help “calling the Stern Gang terrorists and misled criminals”[11]. The Haganah, as the armed unit of the Jewish Agency, was headed by the political leader of the Jewish Agency David Ben-Gurion who became the first prime minister of the Zionist entity. Irgun was headed by Menachim Begin who became the 6th prime minister of the Zionist entity. Lehi was headed by Yitzah Shamir who became the 7th prime minister of the Zionist entity. According to Menachim Begin: “The massacre was not only justified, but there would not have been a state of Israel without the victory at Deir Yassin.”[12] and after the massacre, he sent the attackers of Deir Yasin: “Accept congratulations on this splendid act of conquest. Tell the soldiers you have made history in Israel.” No one was ever punished for this and other massacres. This entity that had been headed by one war criminal after the other since its creation, and is still headed by war criminals, blatantly keeps claiming it seeks peace and is “only defending itself” when it kills unarmed civilians whether in Palestine, Lebanon or elsewhere. Deir Yasin was not an isolated incident. Hundreds of massacres followed and the Jenin massacre and the recent Gaza Genocide are only two examples of the blood-thirsty Zionist nature.

Choosing Deir Yasin as a target for this horrific massacre only shows the nature of the Zionist entity: Deir Yasin was known as a peaceful village and had prevented Palestinian fighters from using its land to fight the Zionist terrorists, in addition to the fact that it had signed a non-aggression treaty with the Zionists. One day before the massacre, the Palestinian leader Abdel-Qader Al-Husseini had been killed while resisting the Zionists in near-by Al-Qastal. He had waited in vain for support from Arab armies who had betrayed him and betrayed Palestine as they still do. Deir Yasin had refused to assist Al-Husseini and the Palestinian fighters. The village, surrounded by several Zionists colonies maybe saw in signing the non-aggression pact the only way to protect its inhabitants from the Zionist terror. Nevertheless, the Zionists chose Deir Yasin as the site for the massacre which was to be used as example for all other Palestinian villages and towns. The Zionists chose the people who signed a “non-aggression” treaty and as a “thank you” massacred them, raped their mothers and wives, paraded their children naked before executing them. This should always be a reminder and a warning for every Palestinian about the nature of Zionists, and a warning to all those who want to negotiate with Zionists or sign agreements with them claiming the “Zionists want peace”. There is no peace with this entity and there will never be peace as long as there is Zionism. There can be no peace with an entity that has ethnic cleansing as its official policy. “Yosef Weitz, the Jewish administrator responsible for Jewish colonization and member of the Jewish Agency’s first Transfer Committee declared as early as 1940 that: “Between ourselves it must be clear that there is no room for both peoples together in this country. We shall not achieve our goal of being an independent people with the Arabs in this small country .The only solution is a Palestine, at least Western Palestine (west of the Jordan river) without Arabs And there is no other way than to transfer the Arabs from here to the neighboring countries, to transfer all of them; not one village, not one tribe, should be left. Only after this transfer will the country be able to absorb the millions of our own brethren. There is no other way out.”[13] There can never be peace with an entity that thrives on continuous aggression, oppression, numerous massacres, the theft of Palestinian and the Judaization of Palestine.

Deir Yasin massacre is one of the most barbaric and horrific massacres committed by the ZioNazis and remains one of the many witnesses of Zionist barbarism and ZioNazi behaviour. But most importantly; Deir Yasin must always remain a warning and a reminder to every Palestinian, to every Arab as the village that signed a “peace agreement” with the Zionists and ended up being ethnically cleansed, wiped off the map and its residents either savagely massacred or made refugees.

Testimonies of Palestinian witnesses[14]:

Um Mahmud (born 1932): “We were inside the house. We heard shooting outside. My mother woke us up. We knew the Jews had attacked us. My cousin and his sister came running and said the Jews were already in our garden. In the meantime, fighting became heavier and we heard lots of gunshots outside. A bomb was thrown at us and it exploded close to where we were in the yard… My sister- in-law did not want to leave. She was frightened. The girl was two months old and the boy about three. I took the two and my mother said we should go to my uncle’s house. I saw how Hilweh Zeidan was killed, along with her husband, her son, her brother and Khumayyes. Hilweh Zeidan went out to collect the body of her husband. They shot her and she fell over his body… I also saw Hayat Bilbeissi, a nurse from Jerusalem serving in the village, as she was shot before the house door of Musa Hassan. The daughter of Abu El Abed was shot dead as she held her niece, a baby. The baby was shot too… Whomever tried to run away was shot dead.”

Abu Yousef (born 1927): “…After the battle, the Jews took elderly men and women and youths, including 4 of my cousins and a nephew. They took them all. Women who had on them gold and money, were stripped of their gold. After the Jews removed their dead and wounded, they took the men to the quarry and sprayed them all with bullets. …One woman had her son taken some 40 to 60 meters away from where she and the rest of the women stood by, and shot him dead. Then they brought Jewish kids to throw stones at his body. They later poured kerosene on his body and set it ablaze while the women watched from a distance. We later collected ourselves, & checked who was missing. At Jaffa Gate in Jerusalem, we were gathered by the Arab Supreme Committee. Each of us was looking for a son, a daughter, a sister or a mother. All men were busy fighting.”

Fahima Zeidan (born 1936): “The Jews ordered all our family to line up against the wall and they started shooting us. I was hit in the side, but most of us children were saved because we hid behind our parents. The bullets hit my sister Kadri (four) in the head, my sister Sameh (eight) in the cheek, my brother Mohammed (seven) in the chest. But all the others with us against the wall were killed: my father, my mother, my grandfather and my grandmother, my uncles and aunts and some of their children.”

Hanna Khalil (born 1932): “I saw a man took a kind of sword and slash my neighnor Jamila Habash from head to toe then do the same thing on the steps to my house to my cousin Fathi”

Safiyeh Attiyah (born 1907): describes how she was come upon by a man who suddenly opened up his trousers and pounced on her. “I began screaming and wailing. But the women around me were all meeting the same fate. After that they tore off our clothes so that they could fondle our breasts and our bodies with gestures too horrible to describe.” … “Some of the men were so anxious to get our earrings they ripped our ears to pull them off faster”

Mohammad Jaber: “The Jews broke in, drove everybody outside, put them against the wall and shot them. One of the women was carrying a three month old baby.”

Halima Eid (born 1918): describes what happened to her sister. “I saw a soldier grabbing my sister, Saliha al-Halabi, who was nine months pregnant. He pointed a machine gun at her neck, then emptied its contents into her body. Then he turned into a butcher, and grabbed a knife and ripped open her stomach to take out the slaughtered child with his iniquitous Nazi knife.”

Abu Hasan (was 22 at the time): “The Jews went from house to house and killed whoever was there. Most people fled to Ein Karem. The way out through Giv’at Shaul had already been blocked for a few months. The main attack came from the direction of Giv’at Shaul. The young men of Dayr Yasin were able initially to repulse it, and even damaged the Etzel’s two vehicles. The attackers even suffered casualties. Later the Jews attacked with greater force, entered the village and carried out a massacre.”

Muhammad Aref Sammour: testified before the British investigating officers that the Jewish gangs: “ripped open the bellies of all the women they found straight away with bayonets”. They also took jewelry from their victims and if those items did not come off easily: “they would cut off the arm to take the bracelet or cut the finger to get the ring.”

Abu Mahmud (born 1927): “I was in the village when the Jews attacked. I and my colleagues were on the western side of the village, opposite Al Qastal. We had our guns on us. All villagers, mainly the youths, were ready for whatever may happen after the Qastal battle was over. By 1630 on Thursday 8 April 1948, Abdul Qader Husseini was killed as we were watching the battle from a distance. After his death, we took precautionary measures in case anything would happen: We guarded the village until 0230 the next morning when the Jews started entering the village with the use of spot and search lights looking for our fighters. The Jews closed on the village amid exchanges of fire with us. Once they entered the village, fighting became very heavy in the eastern side and later it spread to other parts, to the quarry, to the village center until it reached the western edge. The battle was on three fronts, east, south and north. The Jews used all sorts of automatic weapons, tanks, missiles, cannons. They used to enter houses and kill women and children indiscriminately. The youths in the village fought bravely against them and the fighting continued until it was around 1530 afternoon. We had no aid or support from any party. They took about 40 prisoners from the village. But after the battle was over, they took them to the quarry where they shot them dead and threw their bodies in the quarry. After they removed their dead and wounded, they took the prisoners and killed them. They took the elderly prisoners, women and men and took them out of the village, yet they killed the youths. They called on us to surrender, to throw our weapons and to save ourselves. But we did not imagine them breaking into the village. We expected the fighting to last one or two hours, after which they would retreat. But they continued the fighting (..). We had trenches. The Jews filled one of those trenches with sand and rocks in order for their tanks to cross. When we hit the tank, it started firing from its machine-guns at our positions in the western edge of the village. (..). I remember, from what my uncle’s wife told me, that an uncle of mine, who was a schoolmaster, had killed the commander of the invading gangs on the staircase of one of the houses and later he disappeared for three days. Then, they found him with his mother, originally from Latakia in Syria, they saw him with her, his name was Ribhi Atiyyeh. She disguised him in women’s clothes to make sure that she could get him out of the village. They identified that he was a man, they opened fire and killed him. That is what I heard from my uncle’s wife, but I did not see it happening before my eyes.”

Statement of Jacques de Reynier, Chief representative of the International Committee of the Red Cross[15]

“On Saturday, April 10, in the afternoon, I received a telephone call from the Arabs begging me to go at once to Deir Yasin where the civilian population of the whole village has just been massacred.
“I learned that the Irgun extremists hold this sector, situated near Jerusalem. The Jewish Agency and the Haganah’s General Headquarters say that they know nothing about this matter and furthermore it is impossible for anyone to penetrate an Irgun area.
“They advise me that I not become involved in this matter as my mission will run the risk of being permanently cut short if I go there. Not only can they not help me but they also refuse all responsibility for what will certainly happen to me. I answer that I intend to go there at once, that the notorious Jewish Agency exercises its authority over the territory in Jewish hands and that the agency is responsible for my freedom of action within the bounds of my mission.
“In fact, I do not know at all how to do it. Without Jewish support it is impossible to reach that village. After thinking I suddenly remember that a Jewish nurse from a hospital here had made me take her telephone number, saying with a strange look that if I ever were in a difficult situation I could call her. On a chance I call her late in the evening and tell her the situation. She tells me to be in a predetermined location the following day at 7 o’clock and to take in my car the person who will be there

“The next day on the hour and in the location upon which we agreed, an individual in civilian clothes, but with pistols stuffed in his pockets, jumps into my car and tells me to drive without stopping. At my request, he agrees to show me the road to Deir Yasin, but he admits not being able to do to much more for me. We drive out of Jerusalem, leave the main road and the last regular army post and we turn in on a cross road. Very soon two soldiers stop us. They look alarming with machine guns in full view and larger cutlasses at the belt.

“I recognize the uniform of those I am looking for. I must leave the car and lend myself to bodily search. Then I understand that I am a prisoner. All seems lost when a very big fellow … jostles his friends, takes my hand … He understands neither English nor French, but in German we arrive at a perfect understanding. He tells me his joy at seeing an ICRC delegate, for having been a prisoner in a camp for Jews in Germany he owes his life to nothing else but our intervention and three reprieves. He says that I am more than a brother for him and that he will do anything I ask. … We go to Deir Yasin.
“Having reached a ridge 500 meters from the village which we see below, we must wait a long time for permission to go ahead. The shooting from the Arab side starts every time somebody tries to cross the road and the Commander of the Irgun detachment does not seem willing to relieve me. Finally he arrives, young, distinguished, perfectly correct, but his eyes have a strange, cruel, cold look. I explain my mission to him which has nothing in common with that of a judge or arbiter. I want to help the wounded and bring back the dead

“Moreover, the Jews have signed a pledge to respect the Geneva Convention and my mission is therefore an official one. This last statement provokes the anger of this officer who asks me to consider once and for all that here it is the Irgun who are in command and nobody else, not even the Jewish Agency with which they have nothing in common.
“My (guide) hearing the raised voices intervenes … Suddenly the officer tells me I can act as I see fit but on my own responsibility. He tells me the story of this village populated by about 400 Arabs, disarmed since always and living on good terms with the Jews who encircled them. According to him, the Irgun arrived 24 hours previously and ordered by loudspeaker the whole population to evacuate all the buildings and surrender. There is a 15 minute delay in the execution of the command. Some of the unhappy people came forward and would have been taken prisoners and then turned loose shortly afterwards toward the Arab lines. The rest did not obey the order and suffered the fate they deserved. But one must not exaggerate for there are only a few dead who would be buried as soon as the `clean up’ of the village is over. If I find a bodies, I can take them with me, but there are certainly no wounded

“This tale gives me cold chills. “I return to Jerusalem to find an ambulance and a truck that I had alerted through the Red Shield … I arrive with my convoy in the village and the Arab fire ceases. The (Jewish) troops are in campaign uniforms with helmets. All the young people and even the adolescents, men and women, are armed to their teeth: pistols, machine guns, grenades, and also big cutlasses, most of them still bloody, that they hold in their hands. A young girl with the eyes of a criminal, shows me hers still dripping. She carries it around like a trophy. This is the ‘clean up’ team which certainly has accomplished its job very conscientiously.
“I try to enter a building. About 10 soldiers surround me with machine guns aimed at me. An officer forbids me to move from the spot. They are going to bring the dead that are there, he says. I then get as furious as ever before in my life and tell these criminals what I think about the way they act, menacing them with the thunder I can muster, then I roughly push aside those who surround me and enter the building.
“The first room is dark, completely in disorder, and empty. In the second, I find among smashed furniture covers and all sorts of debris, some cold bodies. There they have been cleaned up by machine guns then by grenades. They have been finished by knives

“It is the same thing in the next room, but just as I am leaving, I hear something like a sigh. I search everywhere, move some bodies and finally find a small foot which is still warm. It is a little 10 year old girl, very injured by grenade, but still alive. I want to take her with me but the officer forbids it and blocks the door. I push him aside and leave with my precious cargo protected by the brave (guide).

“The loaded ambulances leaves with orders to return as soon as possible. And because these troops have not dared to attack me directly, it is possible to continue.
“I give orders to load the bodies from this house on the truck. Then I go on to the neighboring house and go on. Everywhere I encounter the same terrible sight. I only find two persons still alive, two women, one of whom is an old grandmother, hidden behind the firewood where she kept immobile for at least 24 hours.

“There were 400 persons in the village. About 50 had fled, three are still alive, but the rest have been massacred on orders, for as I have noticed, this troop is admirably disciplined and acts only on command.

De Reynier continues that he returns to Jerusalem where he confronts the Jewish Agency and scolds them for not exercising control over the 150 armed men and women responsible for the massacre

“I then go to see the Arabs. I say nothing about what I have seen, but only that after a first quick visit to the spot there seems to be several dead and I ask what I shall do or where to bring them … they ask me to see that a suitable burial be given them in a place which will be recognizable later on. I pledge to do so and on my return to Deir Yasin, I find the Irgun people in a very bad mood. They try to stop me from approaching the village and I understand when I see the number and above all the state of the bodies which have been lined up on the main street. I demand firmly that they proceed with the burial and insist on helping them. After some discussion, they begin actually to scoop out a big grave in a small garden. It is impossible to verify the identity of the dead, for they have no papers, but I wrote accurately their descriptions with approximate age.

“Two days later, the Irgun had disappeared from the spot and the Haganah had taken possession. We have discovered different places where the bodies have been piled up without either decency or respect in the open air.

“Back in my office I received two gentleman in civilian clothes, very well dressed who had waited for more than one hour. It is the commander of the Irgun detachment and his aide. They have prepared a text they ask me to sign. It is a statement according to which I have been received courteously by them, that I have obtained all the help needed to accomplish my mission and I thank them for the aide they gave me

“As I hesitate, I begin to discuss the statement, and they tell me that if I care for my life I should sign immediately.” Calling the statement contrary to fact, de Reynier refuses to sign. Several days later in Tel Aviv, de Reynier says he was approached by the same two men who asked the ICRC to assist some of their Irgun soldiers.

Zionist Statements[16]

“Former Haganah officer, Col. Meir Pa’el, upon his retirement from the Israeli army in 1972, made the following public statement about Deir Yasin that was published by Yediot Ahronot (April 4, 1972): “In the exchange that followed four [Irgun] men were killed and a dozen were wounded … by noon time the battle was over and the shooting had ceased. Although there was calm, the village had not yet surrendered. The Irgun and LEHI men came out of hiding and began to `clean’ the houses. They shot whoever they saw, women and children included, the commanders did not try to stop the massacre …. I pleaded with the commander to order his men to cease fire, but to no avail. In the meantime, 25 Arabs had been loaded on a truck and driven through Mahne Yehuda and Zichron Yousef (like prisoners in a Roman `March of Triumph’). At the end of the drive, they were taken to the quarry between Deir Yasin and Giv’at Shaul, and murdered in cold blood … The commanders also declined when asked to take their men and bury the 254 Arab bodies. This unpleasant task was performed by two Gadna units brought to the village from Jerusalem.”

Zvi Ankori, who commanded the Haganah unit that occupied Deir Yasin after the massacre, gave this statement in 1982 about the massacre, published by Davar on April 9, 1982: “I went into 6 to 7 houses. I saw cut off genitalia and women’s crushed stomaches. According to the shooting signs on the bodies, it was direct murder.”

Dov Joseph, one time Governor of the Israel sector of Jerusalem and later Minister of Justice, called the Deir Yassin massacre “deliberate and unprovoked attack.”
Arnold Toynbee described it as comparable to crimes committed against the Jews by Nazis.”

“According to Shai (Israeli Internal intelligence) commander Levy reported on April 12, 1948 that the occupation of Deir Yassin went as follows: “The occupation of the village was carried with great cruelty. Whole families… women, old people, children… were killed, and there were piles of dead [in various places]. Some of the prisoners moved to places of incarceration, including women and children, were murdered viciously by their captors.” “LHI [Stern Gang lead by Yitzhak Shamir] members tell of the barbaric behavior [Hitnahagut barbarit in Hebrew] of the IZL [Irgun gang lead by Menachim Begin] toward the prisoners and the dead. They also relate that the IZL men raped a number of [Palestinian] Arab girls and murdered them afterwards (we don’t know if this true).”The Shai operative who visited Deir Yassin hours after the massacre, Mordechai Gichen, reported on April 10, 1948: Their [i.e., the IZL?] commander says that the order was: to capture the adult males and to send the women and children to Motza. In the afternoon [of April 9, 1948], the order was changed and became kill all prisoners. . . . The adult males were taken to town in trucks and paraded in the city, then taken back to the [village] site and killed with rifle and machine-gun fire. Before they were put on the trucks, the IZL and LHI men searched the women, men, and Children [and] took from them all the jewelry and STOLE their money. The behavior toward them was especially barbaric [and included] kicks, shoves with rifle butts, spitting, and cursing (people from [the Western Jerusalem neighborhood of] Giv’at Shaul took part in the torture).”


Lest We Forget: Names of Deir Yasin Martyrs

1 Isma’il Shakir Mustafa (1 yr old)

2 Ahmad Hussein Omar ‘Atiyah (4 yrs old)

3 Isma’il Al-Haj Khalil (40 yrs old)

4 Ahmad Hussein Ahmad Jabir (45 yrs old)

5 As’ad Ridwan (75 yrs old)

6 Isma’il Atiyah (95 yrs old)

7 Amnah Hussein (80 yrs old)

8 Amnah Ali Mustafa

9 Amnah Al-Kobari

10 Basima As’ad Ridwan (25 yrs old)

11 Jabir Tawfiq Jabir Jaber (27 yrs old)

12 Jamil Issa Eid (30 yrs old)

13 Jabir Mustafa Jabir (75 yrs old)

14 Husniyyeh ‘Atiyah

15 Hilwa Zeidan (50 yrs old)

16 Hasan Ali Zeidan

17 Hassan Ya’coub Mohammad Ali Farhan

18 Hussein Ismail Mohammad Sammour

19 Khalil Mustafa Jabir (35 yrs old)

20 Khadra Al-Bituniyyah (60 yrs old)

21 Hayat Al-Balbisi

22 Samia Ali Mustafa (17 yrs old)

23 Salim Mohammad Ismail (25 yrs old)

24 Su’ad Ismail ‘Atiyah (21 yrs old)

25 Sa’id Mohammad Ismail ‘Atiyah (7 yrs old)

26 Samiha Ahmad Zahran (7 yrs old)

27 Sa’id Mohammad Sa’id (15 yrs old)

28 Samih Ahmad Zahran (9 yrs old)

29 Sammour Khalil Ismail (11 yrs old)

30 Said Musa Zahran

31 Shafiq Musa Mustafa

32 Shafiq Shakir Mustafa

33 Shafiqa Musa Mustafa

34 Subhiya Radwan (75 yrs old)

35 Safiyya Mohammad Eid Al-Sheikh (70 yrs old)

36 Salhia Mohammad Eid (20 yrs old)

37 Tharifa Mohammad Ali Khalil (16 yrs old)

38 Isa Ahmad Yousif (50 yrs old)

39 Abdel Rahman Hussein Hamid (52 yrs old)

40 ‘Ayish Khalil (70 yrs old)

41 Aziza Ali Mustafa (17 yrs old)

42 Abdallah Abdel Majid Sammour (23 yrs old)

43 Ali Hasan Ali Zeidan (30 yrs old)

44 Ali Mohammad Zahran

45 Ali Hussein Ali (35 yrs old)

46 Ali Al-Haj Khalil (30 yrs old)

47 ‘Aida Ali Mustafa Al-‘Amouri (40 yrs old)

48 ‘Awni Ismail ‘Atiyah (8 yrs old)

49 Ali Abdel Rahim Hamid (10 yrs old)

50 Isa Mohammad Eid (15 yrs old)

51 Omar Ahmad Zahran

52 ‘Imran Mohammad Ismail Atiyah

53 ‘Aziza Misleh

54 Ali Al-Khalili

55 Ali Hussein Hasan Misleh

56 Yusra Musa Mustafa

57 Yousif Ahmad Alia

58 Fatima Sammour (45 yrs old)

59 Fatima Mohammad Eid Al-Malhia (70 yrs old)

60 Fatima Jum’a Zahran (6 yrs old)

61 Fatima Ismail Atiya

62 Fathi Jum’a Zahran (2 yrs old)

63 Fouad Al-Sheikh Khalil (12 yrs old)

64 Faris Dweik (30 yrs old)

65 Faddiya Ismail Sammour

66 Fathiya Jum’a Zahran

67 Mahmoud Ali Mustafa (17 yrs old)

68 Mahmoud Mohammad Judeh (25 yrs old)

69 Mazien Ahmad Ridwan (5 yrs old)

70 Mustafa Ali Zeidan (9 yrs old)

71 Mohammad Al-Haj ‘Ayish (25 yrs old)

72 Mohammad Mahmoud Ismail Sammour (35 yrs old)

73 Mohammad Ali Khalil (25 yrs old)

74 Mohammad Ismail ‘Atiyah (50 yrs old)

75 Mohammad Mahmoud Zahran (14 yrs old)

76 Mohammad Musa Zahran (17 yrs old)

77 Mariam Mohammad Atiya (10 yrs old)

78 Musa Mohammad Ismail Atiya (13 yrs old)

79 Mohammad Mahmoud Ismail Atiya (15 yrs old)

80 Mustafa Mahmoud Mustafa Zeidan (11 yrs old)

81 Mohammad Hussein Mohammad ‘Atiyah (2 yrs old)

82 Mohammad Khalil Jabir (5 yrs old)

83 Mohammad Ali Mustafa (50 yrs old)

84 Mohammad Ali Misleh (55 yrs old)

85 Mohammad Jouden Hamdan (66 yrs old)

86 Mahmoud Mustafa Jabir (50 yrs old)

87 Mansour Abdel Aziz Sammour (27 yrs old)

88 Mohammad Ali Zahran

89 Mohammad Musa Mustafa

90 Maysar Musa Mustafa

91 Mohammad Said Jaber

92 Musa Ismail Sammour

93 Mohammad Ali Mustafa Zeidan

94 Nijma Ismail (100 yrs old)

95 Nathmi Ahmad Zahran (2 yrs old)

96 Ruqayya E’lian Ahmad Zahran (30 yrs old)

97 Ridwan As’ad Ridwan (14 yrs old)

98 Zeinab Jum’a Zahran (4 yrs old)

99 Zeinab Mohammad ‘Atiyah (15 yrs old)

100 Ribhi Mohammad Ismail ‘Atiyah (16 yrs old)

101 Rasmiya Musa Zahran

102 Zeinab Mohammad Musa Zahran

103 Tamam Mohammad Ali Hasan (17 yrs old)

104 Tawfiq Jabr (40 yrs old)

105 Watfa Abed Mohammad Ali Hasan

106 Sara Al-Kobariyya (40 yrs old)

107 Mohammad Zahran (65 yrs old)

108 ‘Aisha Ridwan

109 Khaldiyya ‘Eid

110 Jamila Hussein

111 Qadariyyah Zeidan (4 yrs old)

112 Zeidan, his wife, father and uncle


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