Dawayma Massacre


This is just to exemplify the pattern of Zionist behavior when you've been watching Israel throughout the years. The patter of behavior is proof against them. Crime after crime after crime they use the same strategy and the same justifications. Proof against them is consistent and factual while they offer meaning slogans and unsupported assertions. We are just suppose to believe them through our trusted media which is Jewish owned. (Khazar "Jewish" owned. Not authentic Jews.)


The following are excerpts of a description of the massacre published in the Israeli daily ‘Al ha Mishmar, quoted in in All That Remains: 
  
 The children they killed by breaking their heads with sticks. There was not a house without dead…one commander ordered a sapper to put two old women in a certain house…and to blow up the house with them. The sapper refused…the commander then ordered his men to put in the old women and the evil deed was done.

One soldier boasted that he had raped a woman and then shot her… A former mukhtar (head of a village) of Dawayma interviewed in 1984 by the Israeli daily Hadashot, also quoted by Mr. Khalidi, offered another description: The people fled, and everyone they saw in the houses, they shot and killed.
They also killed people in the streets. They came and blew up my house, in the presence of eye-witnesses…the moment that the tanks came and opened fire, I left the village immediately. At about half-past ten, two tanks passed the Darawish Mosque. About 75 old people were there, who had come early for Friday prayers.

They gathered in the mosque to pray. They were all killed.
About 35 families had been hiding in caves outside Dawayma, according to the mukhtar, and when the Israeli forces discovered them they were told to come out, line up, and begin walking. “And as they started to walk, they were shot by machine guns from two sides…we sent people there that night, who collected the bodies, put them into a cistern, and buried them,” the mukhtar told the Israeli daily.

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