Deir Yassin massacre ... unhealed pain and nonstop crime

Zionist gangs treacherously attacked at midnight Deir Yassin village;

Deir Yassin massacre ... unhealed pain and nonstop crime

The Zionist gangs threw fifty three children alive over the old city wall. Twenty-five men were transferred via buses to Jerusalem where they were paraded in the streets of the city to celebrate the gangs’ "victory", imitating the victory parades of the ancient Roman armies, and then executed them by firing squad.

AhlulBayt News Agency - On the ninth of April 1948, Zionist gangs treacherously attacked at midnight Deir Yassin village, west of the city of Jerusalem, from several directions, taking advantage of the absence of the village's men who went out to participate in Battle of al-Qastal, while others went to Jerusalem to participate in the funeral of commander Abd al-Qadir al-Husayni.

The two Zionist military groups which had committed the massacre are; Irgun, headed by Menachem Begin, Israeli Prime Minister later, and Stern Lehi gang led by Yitzhak Shamir, who later became prime minister of the occupation state after Begin, with prior arrangements with the Zionist Haganah gangs.

The heavily-armed gangs began that night to blow up the houses of the village one by one, and burned other houses while their residents were inside them.

Women and children tried to get out of the village seeking safety, but the Zionist gangs shot them on sight then searched the village and collected the people alive and shot them dead. The massacre resulted in the martyrdom of 360 civilians, as stated in the testimony of the Red Cross delegate then Dr. Jacques de Rene.

According to the narration of some survivors, the Zionist gangs mutilated the dead bodies, slit the bellies of pregnant women after betting on the sex of the unborn child, killed children and mutilated their bodies in front of the very eyes of their mothers, chopped hands, limbs and genitals, and burned some of the villagers alive, in addition to shameful practices committed against Palestinian girls before slashing their throats.

The Zionist gangs threw fifty three children alive over the old city wall. Twenty-five men were transferred via buses to Jerusalem where they were paraded in the streets of the city to celebrate the gangs’ "victory", imitating the victory parades of the ancient Roman armies, and then executed them by firing squad.

The bodies were thrown into the well of the village and its lid was tightly closed to hide the crime. The Haganah members, who occupied the village, collected other bodies and detonated them to mislead delegates from international bodies and to insinuate that the victims were killed during armed clashes.

This massacre, and other acts of terrorism and torture, was of one the vicious means pursued by the Zionist armed gangs to empty Palestine of its population through genocide and expulsion.

Israel, after 32 years of the carnage (in 1980), expressed its pride in the massacre of Deir Yassin, by giving the streets of the settlement, which was built on the ruins of the Palestinian village, the names of the Zionist gangs which carried out the massacre: Irgun, Atzl, the Palmach, the Haganah.

The Deir Yassin massacre, which is marked on the ninth of April, was a cornerstone in the implementation of ethnic cleansing plan in Palestine, without which and the other massacres, the establishment of the Zionist entity could not have been made possible.

In confirmation of this, Menachem Begin, former head of the Israeli government, sent a congratulatory cable to Raanan, local commander of the Irgun group, saying: "congratulations to you for this great victory, and tell your soldiers: They made the history of Israel."

In his book entitled the "Revolution", Begin wrote: The Deir Yassin massacre contributed with other massacres in emptying the country of 650 thousand Arabs, he added: "Without Deir Yassin, there would be no Israel".




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