israel shooting paramedics

Meet Tarek Loubani, the Canadian Doctor Shot by Israeli Forces Monday While Treating Gaza’s Wounded

No tourniquets

…“What do you think? Should we put a tourniquet on?” It was a good question, because the fact is that had I been anywhere else in the world, I would have had a tourniquet put on, but we had such a shortage. There have been so many injuries to the arms and legs among protesters that we have a tremendous shortage of tourniquets, which is a belt that you use—I’ll show you one after—to basically stop bleeding on people who have been shot. So, when he asked me this, I looked, and I knew that I needed one, but I thought, “We only have eight.” One of them was in my back pocket. I took it out. I threw it to them, and I said, “No, use it for somebody else.” I knew there were many more gunshots to come. They put a pressure bandage. I bled through it, of course, and the next one, of course….

Shooting medics

… He was wearing a high-visibility orange jacket, that had been submitted by the International Committee of the Red Cross to the Israeli army as a paramedic service. I was wearing greens, hospital greens. We were all marked in high visibility. And yet, unfortunately, he was shot. And his colleagues, who were all highly marked, were being targeted anytime that they showed themselves…

… And in one day, 19 paramedics—18 wounded plus one killed—and myself were all injured, so—or were all shot with live ammunition. We were all—Musa was actually in a rescue at the time, but everybody else I’ve talked to was like me. We were away during a lull, without smoke, without any chaos at all, and we were targeted—and we were, rather, hit by live ammunition, most of us in the lower limbs. So, it’s very, very hard to believe that the Israelis who shot me and the Israelis who shot my other colleagues—just from our medical crew, four of us were shot, including Musa Abuhassanin, who passed away. It’s very hard to believe that they didn’t know who we were, they didn’t know what we were doing, and that they were aiming at anything else…
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Diplomatic Immunity: American Colonel kills young man

Colonel Joseph Emanuel Hall (Defense & Air Attache to Pakistan) runs red light (without any reason/threat) and kills 22-year old man and injures his cousin. For people looking to provide justification for the colonel’s act, the video makes it crystal clear what transpired. The colonel walked free because of diplomatic immunity.

Caught on camera: US defence attaché runs red light, kills motorcyclist

Killing Civilians for “Sport”

US soldier admits killing unarmed Afghans for sport

… a “kill team” who deliberately murdered Afghan civilians for sport last year…members of his Stryker brigade set up and faked combat situations so that they could kill civilians who posed no threat to them… pictures that showed American soldiers, including Morlock, posing with the corpse of a young Afghan boy as if it were a hunting trophy…Some soldiers apparently kept body parts of their victims, including a skull, as souvenirs…

Eyewitness to Burma Genocide

Eyewitness to a massacre


“All the men were arranged in lines, with their heads down, and shot dead,” he says. “If they were not dead, the soldiers used a knife to cut their throat,” he adds, drawing his hand across his neck.

He goes on: “The women and children watched as the men were killed. After the men, they began killing the children and babies by throwing them into the river.

“They didn’t use a bullet for the children, but they snatched them from their mothers arms.”

israel kills 18-month-old baby

Palestinian Baby Dies After Inhaling Tear Gas Shot by Israeli Forces into His Home

In the Israeli-occupied West Bank, the Palestinian Ministry of Health says an 18-month-old baby has died after inhaling tear gas shot by Israeli forces into his bedroom two months ago. The baby, Abdul Rahman Barghouti, was exposed to the gas on May 19, when Israeli soldiers attacked Palestinians demonstrating in the town of Aboud near Ramallah in support of the Palestinian prisoners’ hunger strike and fired tear gas into residents’ homes. The Palestinian Ministry of Health says Israeli jeeps then blocked an ambulance from reaching the baby, so he was instead rushed to the hospital by members of the Palestinian Red Cross by foot. Eighteen-month-old Abdul Rahman Barghouti died on Friday of asphyxiation.