There are barely any human beings in Israel to put an end to Tel Aviv’s gory child-killing spree in the besieged Gaza Strip, an analyst writes for Press TV.
“There must be at least one or two human beings left in Israel; we will learn who they are when they die in martyrdom operations against their sociopathic child-killing compatriots,” Kevin Barrett wrote in a column for the Press TV website.
The analyst said Israel is likely to see the emergence of a hero like South African novelist Breyten Breytenbach who joined the apartheid regime in the black continent.
“If there are any decent, non-sociopathic Israelis left, they too should join those brigades, just as novelist Breyten Breytenbach and other white South Africans of conscience joined the armed resistance to apartheid,” wrote Barrett.
The analyst said the international community should “completely ostracize Israel” and take action to “dismantle the genocidal Zionist entity.”
“But,” he added, “that cannot happen until the Zionists’ death-grip on the West’s media, finance and politics is broken once and for all.”
More than 1,370 Palestinians have so far been killed and some 7,700 others injured since the Israeli military first launched its offensive on Gaza on July 8.
Meantime, the rising death toll of Israeli forces in the war on the Gaza Strip has prompted growing opposition to the war among the Israeli public.
On Saturday, thousands of Israelis took to the streets in Tel Aviv to condemn the incessant military strikes against the Palestinians in Gaza.
As many as 5,000 people, mostly left-wing and anti-war activists, participated in the protest at the Rabin Square despite police calls urging the demonstrators not to attend the rally.