Lebanon: Qana Holocaust 2006

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Smoke drifts across Beirut, Lebanon Saturday, July 15, 2006 following a nighttime Israeli airstrike on the Hezbollah stronghold in the densely-populated southern suburbs.

August 4, 2006

 

 

 

 

A Lebanese police officer carries a crying child in stroller to a landing craft from the USS Nashville used in evacuating stranded American citizens from the beach north of Beirut, Lebanon, Thursday, July 20, 2006. The USS

Israeli soldiers patrol at the Israeli-Lebanese border, near the town of Avivivm, July 21, 2006. (Goran Tomasevic/Reuters)

 

Children block their ears as people shout in an attemp to get rides out of the city of Aaitaroun, where over one hundred people have been trapped from blocked roads. (Carolyn Cole / LAT) Aug 1, 2006

traumatized family waits for transport from Aaitaroun. (Carolyn Cole / LAT) Aug 1, 2006

 

A woman reads the Koran as a van filled with women, disabled and elderly wait to be transported from their homes, where they have been trapped by debris blocked roads. (Carolyn Cole / LAT) Aug 1, 2006

An Israeli soldier stands in position at a concrete wall next to the Lebanese border in northern Israel . Sunday, July 30, 2006. Despite widespread criticism of Israeli airstrikes that killed dozens of civilians in a Lebanese town, Israel’s leader said Sunday that he will push forward with the Lebanon offensive until the country’s goals are achieved. (AP Photo/Baz Ratner)

Medical personnel line up bodies outside the Tyre (Soure) hospital after an Israeli air raid on Qana killed more than 54 people, 37 of them children, in south Lebanon, July 30, 2006. (Ali Hashisho – LEBANON/Reuters)

A Lebanese army soldier displays a bloodied sheet after an Israeli air raid on Qana which killed more than 60 people, mostly women and children, in south Lebanon, July 30, 2006. REUTERS/Adnan Hajj (LEBANON)

Jordanians take part in a fund-raising concert in support of Lebanon in Amman July 30, 2006. An Israeli air strike killed more than 60 Lebanese civilians, including at least 37 children, on Sunday, fuelling world pressure for an ceasefire in Israel’s war in Lebanon against Hizbollah guerrillas. REUTERS/Muhammed Hamed (JORDAN)

Israeli soldiers take cover under a tank as rockets land igniting the hillside behind them along the northern Israeli border with Lebanon Sunday, July 30, 2006. Israel’s ambassador to the United States said Sunday that the fate of the disputed Chebaa Farms territory will not be part of any deal to end the 19 days of fighting between Israel and the Hezbollah guerrillas in south Lebanon, however Israel did not rule out withdrawing from the area. (AP Photo/David Guttenfelder)

 

Red Cross paramedics carry the body of Lebanese woman recovered from the rubble of a demolished building that was struck by Israeli war plane missiles at the village of Qana near the southern Lebanon city of Tyre, Sunday, July 30, 2006. At least 50 people, including scores of children, were killed Sunday in an Israeli airstrike on this southern Lebanon village _ the deadliest attack in 19 days of fighting. Infuriated Lebanese officials canceled a planned visit by U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, adding a major new hurdle to efforts to bring a cease fire. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)

Aya Ali, 8, one of many victims of Israeli shelling from the south Lebanese city of Tyre, waits to be flown to the United Arab Emirates (UAE) for treatment at the Beirut airport July 30,

Aya Ali, one of the many victims of Israeli shelling from the south Lebanese city of Tyre, is helped by rescuers onboard a United Arab Emirates (UAE) military plane at the Beirut airport July 30, 2006. The plane landed with medical supplies and flew ten wounded civilians for medical treatment in the UAE during it’s return. REUTERS/Sharif Karim (LEBANON)

this European grandmother from Warsaw, Poland finds it apprpriate to teach her grandchild that theft of uarab is nothing to be ashamed of, in fact something to be proud of. How do these people shfit their moral compass when it comes to the theft of Palestine? A young girl holds up a small Israeli flag at a demonstration in Warsaw, Poland, on Sunday July 30, 2006. About 150 people gathered in front of Warsaw’s main synagogue to show their support for Israel amid fighting in southern Lebanon that has gone on for nearly three weeks. (AP Photo / Czarek Sokolowski)

Lebanese Red Cross and Civil Defense workers carry the body of a small child covered in dust from the rubble of his home that was hit in an Israeli missile strike in the village of Qana, east of the port city of Tyre, Lebanon Sunday, July 30, 2006. Lebanese Red Cross officials said 56 people died in the Israeli assault on the village, including 34 children. Rescuers dug through the debris to remove dozens of bodies. (AP

 

 

Job well done!

Israeli Arab women, who are relatives of killed children, cry after a Hizbollah rocket attack on the city of Nazareth July 19, 2006. Israeli air strikes on Lebanon killed 58 civilians and a Hizbollah fighter on Wednesday, the deadliest toll of the eight-day-old war, as thousands of villagers fled north and more foreigners were evacuated. Hizbollah rockets killed two children in the northern city of Nazareth, medics said. More Hizbollah rockets fell on the city of Haifa and one hit an empty seafront restaurant. ISRAEL OUT REUTERS/STR

Smoke rises from a building in southern Beirut after a Hizbollah stronghold was attacked by Israeli warplanes, July 19, 2006. (Adnan Hajj/Reuters)

Israeli soldiers advance towards southern Lebanon near the northern Israeli village of Avivim Wednesday July 19, 2006. Fierce firefights between Israeli troops and Hezbollah militants erupted Wednesday along Lebanon’s southwestern border with Israel, leaving two Israeli soldiers dead, the Israeli army said. (AP Photo/Yaron Kaminsky)

Smoke rises from a Hizbollah stronghold in southern Beirut after an Israeli air strike, July 19,2006. (Adnan Hajj/Reuters)

Israeli troops ready their equipment prior to moving toward southern Lebanon at a military staging area in Rosh HaNiqra, near the northern border of Israel. The US administration kept up its support for Israel’s military strikes in Lebanon as US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice held extensive talks with Arab allies.(AFP/Gali Tibbon)

Israeli soldiers take cover behind a wall during an operation along the northern Israeli border with Lebanon following heavy clashes with Lebanese-based Hezbollah guerrillas. The US administration kept up its support for Israel’s military strikes in Lebanon as US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice held extensive talks with Arab allies.(AFP/David Furst)

A wounded Palestinian is carried to hospital after an Israeli raid in Maghazi refugee camp in central Gaza strip, July 19, 2006. (Mohammed Salem/Reuters

A wounded Palestinian is carried to hospital after an Israeli raid in central Gaza strip, July 19, 2006. (Mohammed Salem/Reuters)

continue ground operations inside the Lebanese border despite the killing of two soldiers in heavy fighting with Hizbollah on Wednesday, Channel 2 Television reported. REUTERS/Eliana Aponte (ISRAEL)

Smoke rises from southern Beirut on Hizbollah’s stronghold that was attacked by the Israeli air strikes July 19, 2006. (Adnan Hajj/Reuters)

A Lebanese girl reacting to the Zionist shock and awe on Lebanon in the summer of 2006.

A Lebanese child reacting to the horrors of death and destruction by Israel on Lebanon in the summer of 2006 (Qana II).

Jun 1, 2007. Two Lebanese men watch as black smoke bellows from a site of heavy shelling at the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr el-Bared, near northern city of Tripoli, Lebanon. ( by AP Photo/Hussein Malla)

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