All Women and families asked to boycott Israel. Here is why.



RINJ Women  have made a strong case in a membership email blitz plus a published web site statement for a global boycott of Israeli products—-and in a manner of speaking, a boycott of the US Democrat Party for acquiescing to Israel’s mass murder of  263 Gaza civilians including 58 kids and 38 moms.

“Well, how can anyone be surprised? I was shocked that Netenyahu got away with that heinous crime. I mean, [with exasperation] how do you slaughter 58 children and their mothers anywhere, and in a refugee camp at that, and get away with it?” commented Simon Baldock, an Israeli security analyst in Tel Aviv.

“American law enforcement officials stood by and waited as a killer slaughtered 19 kids in Texas. Are they just bored by the mass murder of moms and kids here and there?” ask female humanitarian workers in Israel who don’t wish to be named for safety reasons.

“Honestly, I have talked to some of your [RINJ] women organizers here in Israel and they are blowing gaskets just like me, since Shireen Abu Aqleh was murdered and since we learned about the ‘don’t give a damn mentality in America about mass murders of non-white women and kids. These are triggers for global action, is my thinking,” Mr. Baldock added.

“I should also say that after learning about and watching on TV how two dozen American cops stood around bitching at terrified, complaining mothers while a troubled teen murdered 21 people, 19 of them being the small children of those mothers, like the 58 killed in Gaza a year prior, it is clear Americans don’t give a damn about the value of life of their own women and children, let alone those of their protectorate, Israel,” Mr. Baldock said.

The women were also serious about campaigning against Democrats in the USA.

“In the United States, we are asking women to join our boycott of Israel. Please think about this. There is a growing contempt for women and children which is apparent in America’s war in Ukraine where megatons of American explosives are tearing the country apart; where nearly ten million women and their children have been displaced; where tens of thousands of women are killed; and when something like a mass murder in Texas begets two dozen cops milling around telling hysterical mothers to ‘STFU’. Our point is that despite customary deaths by leadership incompetence has delivered tens of thousands of daily global deaths due to pandemic and vaccine mismanagement, we need to re-elevate the value of human life. We can’t ignore the deaths of our women and children because to do so is to bargain with the timing of species extinction,” explained Dale Carter, security director of the RINJ organization, adding, “so yes, we are serious”.

“We with our statement urge Americans, ‘do not vote for one single Democrat in the next ten years in the USA’ because the Democrat Party of Joseph Biden Jr. et al have supported, facilitated and endorsed the Israeli murders of women and children and the apartheid against the Palestinian people in the occupied territories’,” continued Dale Carter, security director of the RINJ organization.

If it says “from Israel” or “made in Israel”, don’t buy it, the women say.

As a “cause of action” the global women’s rights NGO says it has evidence the Israeli  security community targeted Shireen Abu Aqleh for murder and then killed her with an armour piercing round fired from a NATO standard rifle from 170 meters, citing at least five witnesses, two of whom are willing to attend an ICC tribunal.

Additionally, the RINJ Women claim the following grievances and reference at least two formal complaints to the International Criminal Court (ICC).

  • The murder of some 50 other Palestinian journalists since Y2K, five in the past year;
  • The mass murder 263 Gaza civilians including murder of 58 children and 38 mothers during May of 2021, a matter they reported to the correct authorities but for which no action has been taken and even the United Nations has by “accident, design, or lack of focus” acquiesced to Israel’s impunity for  the murder of women and children in the occupied Palestinian territories;
  • The military missile attack on Aljazeera and Associated Press buildings in Gaza, bombed and destroyed by the Israeli Defence Forces in May 2021;
  • The acquiescence of America to these crimes; and
  • A list of grievances that includes the forcible seizure of physical homes from Palestinians in east Jerusalem and other areas of the occupied territories.

Protesting murder of Al Jazeera's Shireen Abu Aqleh Protesting the targeted murder of Al Jazeera’s Shireen Abu Aqleh on 22 May 2022. Photo Credit: By שי קנדלר – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, Photo is cropped. Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto FPMag


Shireen’s shooting death nearby the Jenin refugee camp in the occupied West Bank was an Israeli targeted killing according to four sources in Israel within or connected to the Israeli police services and the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF). Each Israeli source was asked if they would give their evidence to the ICC. Only two responded in the affirmative if the trial proceeds. All four have asked for anonymity for their safety. Medical sources on the Palestinian side have the bullet recovered from Ms. Abu Aqleh during autopsy and medical experts have confirmed the weapon used was an Israeli NATO-standard weapon, fired by an Israeli from 170 meters.


The RINJ Foundation repeatedly asked for recognition of the children who lost their lives during the May 2021 bombing of Gaza and the West Bank. Now they want to isolate Israel and hold the country’s government accountable, says NGO official.

“We promised their families we would not forget their children,” explains Dr. Nassima al Amouri.

“Now a year later, we seek to remind the world as we list the children by name and age at death. These are the children Israel killed in refugee camps and in their homes in Gaza, in just ten days of May 2021. The whole story is much worse than this.”


The below list was submitted by The RINJ Foundation.

 

10 May 2021

  1. Mohammad Saber Ibrahim Suleiman: age 15, died 10 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  2. Baraa Wissam Ahmad al-Gharabli: age 5, died 10 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  3. Mustafa Mohammad Mahmoud Obaid: age 16, died 10 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  4. Rahaf Mohammad Attalla al-Masri: age 10, died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  5. Yazan Sultan Mohammad al-Masri: age 2 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  6. Hussein Muneer Hussein Hamad: age 11 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  7. Ibrahim Abdullah Mohammad Hassanain: age 16 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  8. Marwan Yousef Attalla al-Masri: age 6 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  9. Ibrahim Yousef Attalla al-Masri: age 11 , died 10 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza

11 May 2021

  1. Lina Iyad Fathi Sharir: age 15 , died 11 May, Gaza City

12 May 2021

  1. Rashid Mohammad Rashid Abu Arra: age 16 , died 12 May, Aqaba, West Bank
  2. Ido Avigal: age 5 , died 12 May, Sderot, Israel
  3. Nadine Awad: age 16 , died 12 May, Dahmash, Israel
  4. Hamza Mahmoud Yassin Ali: age 12 , died 12 May, Shuja’iyya, Gaza City
  5. Yahya Mazen Shehada Khalifa: age 13 , died 12 May, Shaafout, southeast Gaza City
  6. Hamada Attia Abed al-Emour: age 13 , died 12 May, Southeast of Khan Younis, Gaza
  7. Ammar Tayseer Mohammad al-Emour: age 10 , died 12 May, Southeast of Khan Younis, Gaza
  8. Bashar Ahmad Ibrahim Samour: age 17 , died 12 May, Abasan Al Jadida, Gaza
  9. Zaid Mohammad Odeh Telbani: age 4 , died 12 May, Gaza City
  10. Hala Hussein Ra’fat Rifi: age 13 , died 12 May, Gaza City

13 May 2021

  1. Khaled Imad Khaled Qanou: age 17 , died 13 May, Beit Hanoun, Gaza
  2. Hoor Mo’min Jamal Al-Zamli: age 2 , died 13 May, Rafah, Gaza
  3. Ibrahim Mohammad Ibrahim al-Rantisi: age 7 months , died 13 May, Rafah, Gaza
  4. Ahmad Rami Mahmoud al-Hawajri: age 14 , died 13 May, Al-Bureij refugee camp, Gaza
  5. Lina Mohammad Mahmoud Issa: age 13, died 13 May Al-Bureij refugee camp, Gaza
  6. Mohammad Salameh Mohammad Abu Dayyeh: age 9 months , died 13 May, Umm An-Naser, Gaza
  7. Fawziya Nasser Mohammad Abu Faris: age 17 , died 13 May, Umm An-Naser, Gaza
  8. Amir Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 6 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  9. Ahmad Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 2 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  10. Adham Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 4 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
    Ismail Ra’fat Mohammad Tanani: age 7 , died 13 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza

14 May 2021

  1. Butheina Mahmoud Issa Obaid: age 6 , died 14 May, Jabalia, Gaza
  2. Amira Mohammad Mahmoud al-Attar: age 6, died 14 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  3. Mohammad Zain Mohammad Mahmoud al-Attar: age 9 months , died 14 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  4. Islam Mohammad Mahmoud al-Attar: age 8 , died 14 May, Beit Lahiya, Gaza
  5. Mahmoud Hamed Hasan Tolbeh: age 12 , died 14 May, Gaza City
  6. Abdullah Ashraf Abdullah Jouda: age 12 , died 14 May, Gaza City

15 May 2021

  1. Mohammad Ahmad Atya Bahar: age 17 , died 15 May, Shuja’iyya, Gaza City
  2. Osama Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 5 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  3. Suheib Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 12 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  4. Yahya Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 10 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  5. Abderrahman Mohammad Sobhi al-Hadidi: age 7 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  6. Yamen Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 5 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  7. Bilal Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 9 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  8. Miriam Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 7 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza
  9. Yousef Alaa Mohammad Abu Hatab: age 10 , died 15 May, Al-Shati refugee camp, Gaza

16 May 2021

  1. Yara Mohammad Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 9 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  2. Hala Mohammad Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 12 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  3. Rula Mohammad Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 5 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  4. Yazan Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 13 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  5. Ameer Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 9 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  6. Mira Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 11 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  7. Lana Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 5 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  8. Hana Shukri Ameen al-Qawlaq: age 14 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  9. Yahya Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 4 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  10. Zain Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 2 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  11. Zaid Izzat Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 8 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  12. Qusai Sameh Fawwaz al-Qawlaq: age 6 months , died 16 May, Gaza City
  13. Adam Izzat Mu’in al-Qawlaq: age 3 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  14. Dima Rami Riad al-Ifranji: age 15 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  15. Tawfeeq Ayman Tawfeeq Abu al-Auf: age 17 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  16. Dana Riad Hasan Ishkantna: age 9 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  17. Ahmad Shukri Ameen al-Qawlaq: age 15 , died 16 May, Gaza City
  18. Tala Ayman Tawfeeq Abu al-Auf: age 13 , died 16 May, Gaza City

17 May 2021

  1. Obaida Akram Abdurahman Jawabra: age 17 , died 17 May, Arroub refugee camp, West Bank
  2. Rafeef Mershed Kamel Abu Dayer: age 10 , died 17 May, Gaza
  3. Yousef Rafeeq Ismail Al-Baz: age 13 , died 17 May, Deir Al-Balah, Gaza

18 May 2021

  1. Islam Wael Fahmi Dar Nasser: age 16 , died 18 May, Bil’in, West Bank
  2. Mina Iyad Fathi Sharir: age 2 , died 18 May, Gaza City

19 May 2021

  1. Nagham Iyad Abdulfattah Salha: age 2 , died 19 May, Deir Al-Balah, Gaza
  2. Dima Sa’d Ali Asaliya: age 10 , died 19 May, Jabalia, Gaza

Women’s rights NGO says 9 Child Gaza Deaths is ICC matter. But within days the killing went up to 263 Gaza civilians including 58 Kids, 38 moms.



Because there has been a total lack of accountability for the slaughter of 58 children and 38 moms, egregious war crimes, women’s rights group seeks global boycott of Israel.


“When men kill babies they are guilty of the greatest possible crime against the future of humanity,” says woman doctor, Dr. Nassima al Amouri,  in Syria. Dr. al Amouri was in Gaza, helping out as a humanitarian volunteer, in May 2021.


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