Dayana Castillo-Atallah Fashion Model for the Frockz ResortWear ™ Private Collection


White 100% cotton size 10

The Frockz Trot taken in a green background

Frockz and Pant 100% cotton size 10

Frockz To Trot

white Frockz in garden setting size 10

in a green setting with white cotton 100% size 10 made in America

White Cotton Garment on green

The Frocks Trot collection 100% Cotton size 10

White cotton Made in America on green back ground

Frockz Trot collection 100% cotton size 10

picture of Dayana on green in white Frockz Trot

The Frockz Trot 100% cotton garment size 10

Dayana is the Ambassador of this Private Clothing collection, the collection is made in Miami Florida United States of America.

 

The collection is made in a cottage industry setting by American workers for American Women, the quality is very high in keeping with the manufacturing standards of what American made clothing have historically been.

 

We proffer more than 35 years of on the job expertise in the business of Fashion,  and Costume Design  engineering, with a complete working understanding of the clothing industry.

 

We hope you  enjoy wearing our creations in the same manner as with the pride and humility we chose to manufacture and present our clothing.

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Mario Kenny ™ House of Fashion and Costume Design in Miami Florida


White Cotton Garment on green

The Frocks Trot collection 100% Cotton size 10

I am an exclusive Fashion and Costume Designer in Miami I design and manufacture my original fashions and costumes for one of a kind client, by appointment.

 

A certain style of my work will be available to on line sales soon. I design the items with feeling and grace for the attractive, gratifying physically and especially extravagant woman.

 

I will feature a line that will be offered in certain local small shops.

 

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Ten [10] THINGS YOU WOULDN’T EXPECT TO FIND IN A GAZA ‘TERROR’ TUNNEL by Hamde Abu Rahma


10 THINGS YOU WOULDN’T EXPECT TO FIND IN A GAZA ‘TERROR’ TUNNEL
Palestinians are accused of digging tunnels between the Gaza strip and Egypt in order to smuggle in material that can be used in terror acts. However, due to the siege and blockade via land, sea and air, Palestinians in Gaza use these tunnels to bring in items of necessity which otherwise, are freely available for import in other countries. Here are a list of 10 things which you may not expect to find in a Gaza tunnel.

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/05/16/world/middleeast/tunneling-kfc-to-gazans-craving-the-world-outside.html?pagewanted=all&_r=1&

GAZA CITY — The French fries arrive soggy, the chicken having long since lost its crunch. A 12-piece bucket goes for about $27 here — more than twice the $11.50 it costs just across the border in Egypt.

There are no name-brand fast-food franchises on this 140-square-mile coastal strip of 1.7 million Palestinians, where the entry and exit of goods and people remain restricted and the unemployment rate is about 32 percent. Passage into Egypt through the Rafah crossing is limited to about 800 people a day, with men 16 to 40 years old requiring special clearance. Traveling through the Erez crossing into Israel requires a permit and is generally allowed only for medical patients, businessmen and employees of international organizations.

Palestinians generally refer to Gaza as being under siege or blockade by Israel, and isolation from the world is among the most common complaints of people here. That can create an intense longing for what those outside Gaza see as mundane, or ordinary.

“The irregular circumstances in Gaza generate an irregular way of thinking,” explained Fadel Abu Heen, a professor of psychology at Al Aqsa University in Gaza City. “They think of anything that is just behind the border, exactly as the prisoner is thinking of anything beyond the bars.”

Terror Lion

A skinny Lion in the Terror Tunnel of Gaza

terror sheep

Sheep in the Terror Tunnels of Gaza

terror cow

the cow looks so terrified in the terror tunnel

terror go cart

Gazan look totally tired with go cart in terror tunnel

Terror tunnel bride and groom

Terror tunnel bride and groom

terror tea

Terror tunnel Lipton tea anyone?

gas in terror tunnel

terror gas in Gaza tunnel

white terror rabbits

Terror white rabbits

Delivering KFC by Tunnel, Not Too Fast but Satisfying

Delivering KFC by Tunnel, Not Too Fast but Satisfying

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Request for the initiation of an investigation into crimes committed and ongoing during and immediately before Israel’s Operation Protective Edge in Gaza pursuant to Article 15 of the Rome Statute, on the basis of information on crimes within the jurisdiction of the International


August 22, 2014
The Right Honorable Ms. Fatou Bensouda
Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court
International Criminal Court
Post Office Box 19519
2500 CM, The Hague
The Netherlands
Re: Request for the initiation of an investigation into crimes committed and ongoing during and
immediately before Israel’s Operation Protective Edge in Gaza pursuant to Article 15 of the
Rome Statute, on the basis of information on crimes within the jurisdiction of the International
Criminal Court
Dear Madam Prosecutor:
I write on behalf of the National Lawyers Guild, the first racially integrated United States bar
association formed in 1937 to advocate for the protection of constitutional, human, and civil
rights, and the endorsing organizations indicated below.
In light of the extreme gravity of the situation in the occupied Gaza Strip, in particular the large
number of civilian casualties and large scale destruction of civilian property, including schools,
mosques and hospitals, and the ongoing incitement to genocide perpetrated by Israeli political
figures and leaders, the National Lawyers Guild and endorsing organizations strongly urge the
Office of the Prosecutor to immediately use its power under Article 15 of the Rome Statute to
initiate a preliminary investigation on “the basis of information on crimes within the jurisdiction
of the Court” (article 15(1)).
A number of UN agencies and non-governmental organizations have conducted preliminary
investigations and prepared reports that strongly suggest that crimes within the jurisdiction of the
International Criminal Court (ICC) have been and are being committed. Credible information
from “states, organs of the United Nations, intergovernmental or non-governmental
organizations [and] other reliable sources,” including eyewitness accounts (article 15(2)), is
readily and widely available. The “seriousness of the information” available is beyond doubt,
which is why both UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and UN High Commissioner for Human
Rights Navi Pillay have called for accountability and justice. High Commissioner Pillay
specifically stated that there is “increasing evidence of war crimes” being committed in Gaza.
Israel’s clearly disproportionate use of force against the 1.8 million residents of Gaza appears to
have little to do with any claim of security, but seems to be calculated to exact revenge against
Palestinian civilians. Even before Israel’s extensive aerial bombardment of Gaza began, Israeli
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu alluded to Israel’s aim. On July 1, 2014, at the televised
funeral of the three slain settlers, Netanyahu stoked the emotions of the mourners by quoting
from a Hebrew poem: “vengeance for the blood of a small child, Satan has not yet created” and
calling for God to “avenge their blood.” He later tweeted that same line from the poem. Thenext day, Palestinian teen Mohammad Abu Khdeir was set on fire and murdered by extremist
settlers, and acts of violence and incitement against Palestinians by Israeli settlers, police and
occupation forces increased dramatically.
The day after Israel launched its high-intensity bombardment campaign against Gaza on July 8,
2014, other Israeli public figures continued the incitement against Palestinians. During a Knesset
speech, Deputy Speaker Moshe Feiglin called on Israel to cut off all electricity to the Gaza Strip.
“The blood of a dialysis patient in Gaza is not redder than the blood of our IDF soldiers who
will, God forbid, need to enter [Gaza],” he stated. During the same session, Knesset Member
Elazar Stern stated: “When we shoot at a house in Gaza, it is also in order for Gazans to live
better.” Separately, Knesset member Ayelet Shaked wrote, “What’s so horrifying about
understanding that the entire Palestinian people is the enemy?… The mothers of the martyrs…
should follow their sons, nothing would be more just. They should go, as should the physical
homes in which they raised the snakes. Otherwise, more little snakes will be raised there.” Rather
than charge these legislators with incitement, three Palestinian Knesset members were expelled
for criticizing Israel’s bombardment of Gaza.
Israeli authorities have not seriously attempted to quell this incitement against Palestinians.
Feiglin continues to publicly call on Prime Minister Netanyahu to commit what amount to war
crimes in Gaza, specifically calling for the internment of Palestinians in concentration camps in
Sinai and the destruction of the civilian infrastructure in Gaza. The Times of Israel, a widely read
Israeli newspaper, even went so far as to post (and later take down) an online op-ed entitled
“When Genocide is Permissible.”
The National Lawyers Guild and endorsing organizations request that the Office of the
Prosecutor investigate whether members of the Israeli military establishment and political
leadership have committed violations under the Rome Statute with respect to the following:
War Crimes
(1) Willful killing: Israeli forces have killed over 2,000 Palestinians (more than 80 percent
civilians, including over 470 children) according to the non-governmental organization
Palestinian Centre for Human Rights. Israel used 155-millimeter artillery, which, according to
the non-governmental organization Human Rights Watch, is “utterly inappropriate in a densely
populated area, because this kind of artillery is considered accurate if it lands any place within a
50-meter radius.”
(2) Willfully causing great suffering or serious injury to body or health: Nearly 10,000
Palestinians of Gaza (about 2,200 of them children) have been wounded. UNICEF has said the
Israeli offensive has had a “catastrophic and tragic impact” on children in Gaza; about 373,000
children have had traumatic experiences and need psychological help. The UN Relief and Works
Agency for Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) said: “There’s a public health catastrophe going on.”
UN shelters, medical facilities, the only power plant, water distribution facilities, and sewage
plants have all been targeted, in some cases, more than once and despite repeated calls by UN
officials to Israel reporting that civilian shelters were located near Israeli military activity.
(3) Unlawful and wanton, extensive destruction and appropriation of property not justified
by military necessity: Tens of thousands of Palestinians have lost their homes. More than 1,300
buildings were destroyed and 752 were severely damaged. Damage to sewer and water
infrastructure has affected two-thirds of the people of Gaza. The non-governmental organizationOxfam described the level of destruction as “outrageous … much worse than anything we have
seen in previous [Israeli] military operations.” The President of the International Committee of
the Red Cross Peter Mauer has said “I’ve never seen such destruction ever before.” Israel has
apparently reduced Gaza’s habitable land area by 44 percent, establishing a “no-go” zone for
Palestinians three kilometers wide along the fence that surrounds the strip on the north and east;
82 of 147 square miles of land will now be off limits to its owners and others.
(4) Willfully depriving a prisoner of war or a civilian the rights of fair and regular trial:
Over 1,000 Palestinians were arrested by Israeli forces in June and July 2014, according to
Addameer-Prisoner Support and Human Rights Association. Prisoners include 27 members of
the Palestinian Legislative Council, dozens of women, journalists, activists, academics, and 62
former prisoners previously released in a prisoner exchange. More than 450 prisoners are being
held without charge or trial under administrative detention, most of them arrested during the
recent military operation.
(5) Intentionally directing attacks against the civilian population, civilian objects or
humanitarian vehicles, installations and personnel: Israeli forces violated the principle of
“distinction,” which forbids deliberate attacks on civilians or civilian objects. Israeli forces
bombed 142 schools (89 run by the United Nations), including six UN schools in which civilians
were taking refuge, the coordinates of which had been repeatedly communicated to Israeli
officials. Israeli forces shot and killed fleeing civilians and those seeking to recover the bodies of
the dead. (Warnings, which must effectively give civilians time to flee before bombing, do not
relieve Israel from its legal obligations not to target civilians.) Israeli forces repeatedly bombed
Gaza’s only power plant and other infrastructure, which are reportedly beyond repair. Israeli
forces bombed one-third of Gaza’s hospitals, 14 primary healthcare clinics, and 29 ambulances.
At least five medical staff were killed and tens of others were injured. Israeli shelling completely
destroyed 41 mosques and partially destroyed another 120.
(6) Intentionally launching attacks with knowledge they will cause incidental loss of life or
injury to civilians or damage to civilian objects or long-term severe damage to the natural
environment, if they are clearly excessive in relation to the anticipated military advantage:
The principle of “proportionality” forbids disproportionate and excessive civilian casualties
compared to the claimed military objective. There is strong evidence to suggest that Israel has
been applying the “Dahiya Doctrine” discussed in the UN Human Rights Council [Goldstone]
Report, following the 2008-2009 Israeli operation in Gaza known as “Cast Lead.” The Dahiya
Doctrine is “the application of disproportionate force and causing of great damage and
destruction to civilian property and infrastructure, and suffering to civilian populations” and
directly violates the principle of proportionality. Responding to rocket fire from Gaza with 155-
millimeter artillery and bombings by F-16s in densely populated areas is disproportionate.
(7) Attacking or bombarding undefended towns, villages, dwellings or buildings, or
intentionally attacking religious, educational and medical buildings, which are not military
objectives: On July 20, 2014, Israeli forces virtually flattened the small town of Khuza’a.
Genocide
As defined by the Rome Statute (Article 6), “genocide” means any of the following acts
committed with the intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or
religious group:(a) killing members of the group; (b) causing serious bodily harm to members of the group;
(c) deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its
destruction in whole or in part: See above regarding civilian casualties. In light of the fact that
Palestinians in Gaza had no ability to flee for safety, it must be assumed the responsible Israeli
officials knew that huge casualties and destruction of civilian property and infrastructure were
certain during the massive bombardment by land, air and sea of the occupied Gaza Strip. With
the repeatedly inciting public statements made by Israeli officials before and during the course of
Operation Protective Edge and the history of Israel’s repeated bombardment of Palestinian
refugee camps and populations in Lebanon and in Gaza, the National Lawyers Guild and
endorsing organizations specifically request that the Office of the Prosecutor determine whether
Israeli officials may be implementing a plan to destroy the Palestinian population, at least in part.
Crimes against Humanity
As defined by the Rome Statute (Article 7), “crimes against humanity” means any of the
following when committed as part of a widespread or systematic attack directed against any
civilian population, with knowledge of the attack:
(a) Murder; (b) Persecution against a group or collectivity based on its political, racial,
national, ethnic or religious character; (c) The crime of apartheid (inhumane acts
committed in the context of an institutional regime of systematic oppression and
domination by one racial group over another racial group, with the intent to maintain that
regime). See above regarding civilian casualties.
In light of the public statements and prior reports and investigations into Israeli operations in
Gaza, it appears that crimes against humanity have been committed and are ongoing.
Israeli forces have killed, wounded, summarily executed and administratively detained
Palestinians, Hamas forces and civilians alike. Israeli forces intentionally destroyed the
infrastructure in Gaza with apparent knowledge that Palestinians were present. UN Secretary
General Ban Ki-moon said: “The massive death and destruction in Gaza have shocked and
shamed the world.” He added that the repeated bombing of UN shelters facilities in Gaza was
“outrageous, unacceptable and unjustifiable.”
In a system of control that many prominent South African political leaders have described as
worse than apartheid-era South Africa, Israel has been keeping Palestinians in Gaza caged in
what amounts to “the world’s largest open air prison.” Israel (with the help of Egypt at Rafah)
controls all ingress and egress to Gaza, and limits the access of Palestinians living there to
medicine and other essentials. In the West Bank, it subjects Palestinians to arbitrary arrest and
long-term administrative detention; expropriates their property; destroys their homes, crops and
trees; and maintains separate areas and roads, segregated housing, and different legal and
educational systems for Palestinians and Jews. Israel maintains an illegal barrier wall, ignoring
the 2004 advisory opinion by the International Court of Justice that it encroaches on Palestinian
territory in the occupied West Bank and East Jerusalem, where Israel has built hundreds of
illegal Jewish-only settlements with more than 500,000 residents.
The Palestinians who live in Gaza are predominantly refugees from what is today Israel and are
prohibited from returning to their homes and property there in contravention of UN resolutions
and international law. They are prevented from exercising their right to return solely becausethey are not Jews; on the other hand, Jews from anywhere in the world are eligible for automatic
Israeli citizenship upon arrival under Israel’s “Law of Return.”
Aiding and Abetting Rome Statute Violations
The National Lawyers Guild and endorsing organizations submit that for there to be true justice
and accountability, the investigation should include whether certain U.S. officials have aided and
abetted the commission of war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity in Gaza. An
individual can be convicted of a war crime, genocide or a crime against humanity in the
International Criminal Court if he or she “aids, abets or otherwise assists” in the commission or
attempted commission of the crime, “including providing the means for its commission” (Article
25). By transferring financial assistance, weapons and other military aid to Israel, members of
the U.S. Congress, President Barack Obama, and Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel have aided
and abetted the commission of war crimes, genocide, and crimes against humanity by Israeli
officials and commanders in Gaza.
U.S. military aid to Israel
On July 20, 2014, in the midst of its criminal behavior in Gaza, Israel requested additional
ammunition, including 140mm tank rounds and 40mm illumination grenades. Three days later,
the U.S. Defense Department authorized munitions caches stored inside Israel — the War
Reserve Stockpile Ammunition — to be transferred to the Israeli authorities. In addition, in early
August 2014, the US Congress overwhelmingly passed, and President Obama signed, an
appropriation of $225 million for Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system. The Senate vote
was unanimous. With no debate, the House of Representatives voted 395 to 8 to approve the
deal.
Prospects for criminal accountability
Neither Israel nor the United States is a party to the Rome Statute. But if Palestine accedes to the
statute, the ICC could exercise jurisdiction over crimes committed by Israelis and Americans in
Palestinian territory. It is unlikely that the ICC could take jurisdiction pursuant to a UN Security
Council referral in light of the fact that the United States has veto power in the Council. The
National Lawyers Guild and endorsing organizations therefore respectfully request that the ICC
prosecutor initiate her own investigation.
The 2009 Declaration of the Government of Palestine to the ICC pursuant to article 12(3) of the
Rome Statute provides the jurisdictional basis for the Office of the Prosecutor to open an
investigation under Article 15. Any prior doubts concerning the status of Palestine as a state
within the meaning of Article 12(3) have been resolved since the United Nations recognized the
State of Palestine and gave it non-member observer state status in November 2012. There is no
legal requirement for a further declaration in order for an investigation to be initiated.
The National Lawyers Guild and endorsing organizations submit that all the requirements for the
initiation of an investigation pursuant to article 15 have been clearly met. The “information
available to the prosecutor provides,” at the very least, “a reasonable basis to believe that …
crime[s] within the jurisdiction of the Court ha[ve] been or [are] being committed” (article53(1)(a). The “gravity of the crime[s] and the interests of the victims” warrant an investigation,
and there can be no doubt that such an investigation would serve the interests of justice (article
53(1)(c)).
The initiation of an investigation would send a clear message to all those involved either in
committing or in aiding and abetting of the aforementioned crimes that they stand to be held
personally accountable for their actions. This could help end the continuing breaches of
international law and end the impunity that has underpinned the ever increasing violence in the
region, and that has caused – and continues to cause – extreme suffering to its civilian
population.
Very truly yours,
Azadeh Shahshahani
President, National Lawyers Guild
Baher Azmy
Legal Director, Center for Constitutional Rights
Jeanne Mirer
President, International Association of Democratic Lawyers
Vanessa Ramos
President, American Association of Jurists (Asociación Americana de Juristas)
Omar Zein
General Secretary, Arab Lawyers Union

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Mike Explodes With Caller Defending Israel, Mike Malloy Show


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Head to Head – Is Zionism compatible with democracy?


 

Netanyahu is like a man who pretends to negotiate over the division of a pizza and he keeps eating it”

Dr Avi Shlaim.

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Israelis torturing non-Jewish children. 2014 Australian documentary film. Viewer discretion.


 

Published on Feb 14, 2014

Israelis torturing non-Jewish children documentary film full length. Viewer discretion.
The still picture shows Palestinian girl Nesreen Hash’hash after being shot in the face by an Israeli soldier.

- Banned from the media journalist Alison Weir explains why this is happening http://youtu.be/_-UwcVP_k2Y

 

 

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Elizabeth Warren Defends Israeli Shelling of Gaza Schools, Hospitals


Dear Elizabeth Warren I read your post at the huffie, you seem to state that if and since Hamas blows off rockets on its neighbours house, then the neighbour has a right to blow up the people who put Hamas in power or the people who live in the same prison camp as does Hamas, okay lets see here now.

You advocate or have advocated that the banks have plundered the home-owners and the students with bad loans that have ruined our country, we elected the government to represent us, our government supports the banks and gives them the authority and the wilful means to plunder us, therefore we deserve that, right?

So Elizabeth why are you telling us the stuff you have told us, that, you are representing us? that you are fighting for us?

so you were telling us or me lies all this time? OMG no I have to be wrong on this.

I have given you some small money over the years to help support you, when ever I was able, you know $3.00 here and there and $10.00 there and here, can I have my money back with the normal compounded interest? thanks so much for that, in advance.

Please do not ask me for any more support okay? One more thing please know you cannot retract those words, a person with your “stature” does not have the required standing to shape-shift words on issues of such importance, please know this.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2014/08/28/elizabeth-warren-defends-_n_5733164.html

Elizabeth Warren Defends Israeli Shelling of Gaza Schools, Hospitals

Posted: 08/28/2014 7:00 pm EDT Updated: 4 hours ago
ELIZABETH WARREN

 

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Law Office of Gal Shalev · New York, New York


http://972mag.com/did-gaza-win-the-war/96085/?fb_comment_id=fbc_745209908869814_745224322201706_745224322201706#f9653b09f1f21e

 

Gal B Shalev · Top Commenter · Law Office of Gal Shalev at Attorney at Law If the goal of the Palestinians was to create more parking space and eliminate objects that block the views of the scenery from the residential towers, then I congratulate them .

Gal B Shalev · Top Commenter · Law Office of Gal Shalev at Attorney at Law
If the goal of the Palestinians was to create more parking space and eliminate objects that block the views of the scenery from the residential towers, then I congratulate them .

Gal B Shalev · Top Commenter · Law Office of Gal Shalev at Attorney at Law

I am an attorney with an understanding of international law. What makes you an authority? Your profile picture seems to suggest you’re a fisherman.
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