… from Press TV, Tehran

[ Editor’s Note: This will be a short intro, as the video is so powerful and tells it all. Simply put, if the situation were reversed and the Palestinians were Jews, and acts like this were being done to them, what you think the response would be with Israel possessing nuclear weapons?

Would the US be able to stop the Zionists from using them? Wouldn’t corporate media fully back it, and the US Congress, also? Where would any protest come from with the Israelis threatening to turn the offending country into a parking lot?

These kids would make great neighbors and allies. Even our Founding Fathers would have loved them. Let me know what you think in the commentsJim W. Dean ]

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– First published … August 26, 2019

This undated video shows how young Palestinian boys endanger their lives by bravely protecting a wounded Gazan protester against live fire from the Israeli forces using their own bodies to shield him.


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  1. Just a heads-up — PressTV is being blocked by both Internet explorer and Firefox because PressTV certificate has expired per notifications.

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