Canadian, International
Israeli/Gaza Misinformation
Let’s be perfectly clear. Israels war on Gaza is Israels version of a final solution. It is absolutely a genocide being perpetrated against the Palestinian people. Also let it be understood that Israel since its formation in 1948 has been an occupying power over Palestinian lands.
Hamas in the eyes of the United Nations is not a terrorist organization and just because cannot says otherwise does not make it so. The Hamas attack on October 7 was legal. What was not legal was the killing of civilians. Israel’s right to defend itself does not apply to attacking resistance fighters to Israeli occupation.
The final death toll from the October 7 attack, according to Israel, was a total 1,139 of which 373 were Israeli soldiers. Additionally, there were 695 Israeli civilians and 71 foreigners. Never reported or stated was credible reports that up to half the civilians were not killed by Hamas but by the Israelis in their uncontrolled counterattacks that had them shelling houses and Hamas vehicles carrying civilians taken as hostages. It is a fact that Hamas actions and demands are almost entirely in accordance with UN resolutions and international law. Israelis is just the opposite.
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The Conservative and Liberal politicians who spoke against the NDP motion for an immediate cease fire and recognition of a Palestinian state were unacceptably ill informed or immoral liars. And our media journalists who have unethically given, intentionally or unintentionally, falsified information and commentary sympathetic to Israel are a disgrace to their profession. Support for Israel rather than rigorously condemning Israeli on its forced occupation and genocide is inadmissable misinformation.
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Author: Ron Brydges

Born on Vancouver Island and raised as a child in Prince Rupert and as a teenager in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Graduated, not without struggle, from Central Collegiate High School. Got my first post graduate job at a steel and pipe mill in Regina, Returned to B.C. and worked in a fabrication shop, a consulting firm, a northern mine and then went east and lived and worked in Toronto for a machinery manufacturer. Moved to St. Catharines where i worked on contract for GM. Was discharged at 62 and took up writing. Now divorced with two daughters and four grandchildren. There was a life between these lines and some of it will come out in my blogs.

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  1. Hmm it appears like your blog ate my first comment (it was extremely long) so I guess I’ll just sum it up what I wrote and say, I’m thoroughly enjoying your blog. I as well am an aspiring blog blogger but I’m still new to the whole thing. Do you have any suggestions for newbie blog writers? I’d certainly appreciate it.

    1. Perhaps I could suggest that you write about things that interest you. Do not think of writing a book initially as that is a single subject and requires a lengthy commitment. Often, writing about that which interests you can lead to a sourcing of information for a book.

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