7th June 15:12
Get Your Hand Off Palestinian Children Food (order year life)
In the Name of Allah, Most Gracious, Most Merciful.
Get Your Hand Off Children Food: Palestinian Orphans
By IOL Palestine Correspondents
GAZA CITY, August 28 (IslamOnline.net) - Thousands of Palestinian orphans
and destitute families took to the streets of Palestinian cities on
Thursday, August 28, to protest the Palestinian Authority's move to freeze
the bank accounts of 18 charities suspected of having links with the
Palestinian resistance movement Hamas.
They assembled before the Palestinian Legislative Council, urging the PA to
backtrack on this decision, which would distress thousands of Palestinian
families, who depend on monthly allotments provided by the charitable
"I am an orphan.Am I a terrorist?" Read one of the banners which were
"Had all Palestinian children and orphans become terrorists? We depend on
these frozen money (provided by charitable societies), which helps us buy
our food and clothes.In doing so, the PA will create a generation of
beggars," another orphan lamented.
Six charitable societies had their bank accounts frozen Thursday by
Palestinian authorities after similar decision targeting 12 others was made
on Sunday, August 24.
The affected societies include: the Islamic Association, El-Mojamma
al-Islami, Al-Salah, the Muslim Yong Women, Al-Nour, Student Friends, the
Center of Science and Culture, Zakat al-Rahma, Al-Aqsa, the Charitable
Committee for Zakat and Relief, the Social Charitable Committee and the
Social Care Committee.
"We totally depend on the monthly allotments provided by Zakat Al-Rahma and
I have no other source to eke out a living," said one of the many mothers
marching in the demonstration which also included handicapped children in
wheelchairs and blind people.
"We exhort the PA to renege on this abhorrent decision, which would have its
toll on thousands of families," she said.
Mohidin al-Naggar, the deputy director of Zakat al-Rahma, told
IslamOnline.net that all relief projects had come to a cessation after the
PA decision, warning that up to 2000 orphans would be left without
"What adds insult to injury is that the academic year is drawing closer and
the families of course cannot afford buying uniforms or textbooks," he said.
Naggar urged those with "live conscious" to help the Palestinian orphans and
poor "because the money they used to get from these charities is one of
their rights in life."
In Gaza City, some five thousand children and mothers slammed the PA
decision as "unfair," urging Palestinian President Yasser Arafat to
intervene and reverse it.
"School are knocking the doors and I want to buy my children the necessary
books and uniforms," complained Um Mahmmoud, a mother of 12 school children.
Amir Abu al-Amrin, the director of the Al-Mojamma al-Islami, said he was
taken aback by the PA decision.
"It came as surprise to me and the society has not been formally notified.
We knew it when Palestinians went to get their monthly allowances but were
blocked by an order from the Palestinian attorney general," he said.
In the West Bank city of Khan Yunis, the marchers carried banners reading:
"Leave the orphans to live in peace.Let them live.Get your hand off the food
of our children.The Palestinian children orphans are not like other
Orphan Ahmad Abu Regila, 14, carried a banner showing two orphans in an
appalling condition with a phrase in boldface saying: "What is my guilt?"
The orphans and mothers further appealed to the governor of Khan Yunis that
"the decision deprived us of our sole source of livelihood, which provides
us with a decent life.We beg you not to leave us a prey for poverty and
In Rafah, scores of orphans and mothers joined their brothers in other
cities carrying banners like: "Enough is enough.Let us live with dignity.No
for bread confiscation.Do not kill our dreams.What is my guilt as a
child?...Who will cater to those orphans.and Do not turn us into beggars."
The PA move came hard on the heels of a White House decision to freeze and
block the assets of six Hamas leaders and five pro-Palestinians charities in
Europe and Lebanon.
Hamas dismissed the Bush's decision as "some kind of a robbery and is
tantamount to a declaration of war on Islam."
The France-based Committee for Palestinian Charity and Aid (CBSP), one of
the five charities targeted by the American move, said the freeze decision
meant starving thousands of orphans in the occupied Palestinian territories.
11th June 01:00
Get Your Hand Off Palestinian Children Food (charity services)
What a propaganda win for Hamas! Until now no mention of the charitable works done by a
whole host of NGO's in refugee camps was available in the western press. Some heads will
roll in Israel about this one! It shows that Hamas is providing services to land fully
controlled by Israel, and Israel is willingly starving those who can not fend for themselves!
No reasonable person would suggest the policy of Israel of starving 10s of thousands in
vengeance for the acts of single men was fair or right. Now with seeing the disabled,
orphaned, and widowed denied charity resulting possibly by starving in the streets, who
would not pity those poor refugees?
12th June 16:37
Get Your Hand Off Palestinian Children Food (death)
Again Islam shows how little it values its children.
Roll them out for photo ops
strap on bombs
You bloodthirsty death whores
ought to just break out the sacrificial
alter and start cutting out their hearts
enough with the charade