Thomas Wictor

Fatah confirms Gaza beach deception operation

Fatah confirms Gaza beach deception operation

Completely by accident, I discovered today that the Palestinian political party Fatah has confirmed that Ismail Bakr, Mohammed Bakr, Ahed Bakr, and Zakaria Bakr were killed as part of a military deception operation that Hamas carried out on the beach at Gaza, July 16, 2014. There’s no longer any doubt, as I’ll show you in a moment.

During the war that the Israelis call Operation Protective Edge, every armed group in Gaza fought both the IDF and each other. Hamas is the most powerful terrorist organization, Palestinian Islamic Jihad is second, and Fatah is third.

Although Hamas killed possibly hundreds of Fatah members during Operation Protective Edge, Fatah cooperated with their “frenemies.” The al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades is the armed wing of Fatah. This is its logo.

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The Palestinians pride themselves on using children as combatants, but it’s rarely acknowledged in a way that would draw attention to this war crime. Nine-year-old Obeida Fadhel Mohammad Abu Hweishel was killed while “engaged in jihad activity.” He was buried as an operative of Hamas’ Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades.

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Palestinian terrorist martyrdom posters have the logo of the group on them. For example, here’s the poster for Yousef Jmien Sheikh Eid, of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad al-Quds Brigades.

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The red arrow marks the logo of the al-Quds Brigades.

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This is the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades martyrdom poster of Mahmoud Abu Hamad, a “mujahid” or combatant.

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The logos are Fatah on the left and the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades on the right.

Today I found this photo, which shows the martyrdom posters of Ahed and Zakaria Bakr, said to have been killed by the IDF on the beach at Gaza, July 16, 2014.

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Those are al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades mujahid posters, which identify the boys as combatants.

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If they were accidentally killed while playing, they wouldn’t have been deemed mujahid. They were engaged in jihad activity—passively, since they were already dead. However, the religion as practiced in Gaza allows people to be made mujahid without their consent. These posters have a specific context: They commemorate a combatant killed while undertaking a mission in the name of Islam. Mujahid posters prove with inarguable finality that July 16, 2014, was a military deception operation. The Palestinians themselves admit it.

This post is dedicated to all children whose lives were taken by criminal adults.


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