Israel envia una “FLOTILLA” humanitaria con PACIFISTAS DE VERDAD a HAITI.

por as1944

¡VERGÜENZA PARA OCCIDENTE Y LA UE !

SI AÚN LES QUEDA. 

El IsraAID  envia mañana un equipo de socorro, muy potente para Haití.Se trata de un avanzado Hospital de Campaña que funcionará sin demora,intentando acabar con la enfermedad del Cólera ,que está empezando a causar una mortandad en la isla.

El cólera ha causado la muerte de unas 280 personas y se teme,con razón,pueda entrar como una peste mortífera en Port- au -Prince.

El equípo de expertos judios se verá,además,ayudado por la Comunidad Judea de la Nouvelle Orléans (Loussiánne).La misma está movilizándose de un modo enorme:enviará tiendas,toneladas de medicinas,y financia (ya lo está haciendo )una escuela infantil en la capital del país.

En la isla ya trabajaban expertos en formación y desarrollo agrícola y expertos en capacitación de nuevos policias.

Ayer hubo una manifestación en Haiti contra los médicos sin Fronteras españoles,llegaron a tirarles piedras y  un coctel Molotov.

Los Haitianos no desean ser ayudados por otro personal que el judio,y guardan mal recuerdo de la actuación obstrucciónista  de los Médicos sin Fronteras ,hace unos meses,con los equípos de Israel y su Hospital.

Los médicos israelitas deben de enfrentarse,urgéntemente,a unos 4200 enfermos de cólera(según la ONU)

15 comentarios to “Israel envia una “FLOTILLA” humanitaria con PACIFISTAS DE VERDAD a HAITI.”

  1. Hay una fuente de esta noticia?

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  2. Fuente de la noticia?

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  3. Soy Nowhereman ¿he sido baneado?

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  4. Se suele decir:
    Por favor
    o
    s´il vous plaît
    por ej.

    También se suele decir el motivo de las peticiones.
    Pero en este caso no le diremos que fué la Fuente de la MIkvé .Le vamos a complacer.
    ¿Le sive a ud. que se haya publicado en Jerusalem Post?Hay mas lugares:
    Israelis head to Haiti to aid cholera victims
    By LAHAV HARKOV AND ASSOCIATED PRESS
    10/27/2010 09:11

    Over 420 infected and 284 dead; IsraAID team will assess current aid workers’ progress, present findings to GA.
    Talkbacks (7)
    The Israel Forum for International Humanitarian Aid (IsraAID) announced on Wednesday that it will send send a team to Haiti, despite the current cholera outbreak.

    The team will leave Israel on Thursday to assess the progress of IsraAID’s programs in Haiti, as well as present its work in an exhibit using the IDF hopsital tent in the upcoming Jewish Federation General Assembly in New Orleans.

    RELATED:
    Cholera outbreak creeps closer to Haiti’s capital
    Israel Police Haiti mission marks Rabin memorial day
    Matisyahu supports program to ease trauma in Haiti

    They will also aid those affected by the cholera outbreak, which killed over 200 people and has reached the outskirts of Port au Prince.

    IsraAID has been in Haiti since January 16, four days after the island was hit by an earthquake. The organization has provided including emergency emergency medical treatment, primary family medical care, medical rehabilitation, informal education, food production, and other services.

    From Haiti, the team will continue on to New Orleans, where it will participate in the Jewish Federation’s General Assembly. There, IsraAID will bring one of the IDF medical tents used after the earthquake. The tent was donated to IsraAID, and was truned into the first offiial school in the camps of Port au Prince. GA attendees will be able to see school items, as well as photos and video of the Israeli aid operation in Haiti.

    RELATED:
    Cholera outbreak creeps closer to Haiti’s capital
    Israel Police Haiti mission marks Rabin memorial day
    Matisyahu supports program to ease trauma in Haiti

    They will also aid those affected by the cholera outbreak, which killed over 200 people and has reached the outskirts of Port au Prince.

    IsraAID has been in Haiti since January 16, four days after the island was hit by an earthquake. The organization has provided including emergency emergency medical treatment, primary family medical care, medical rehabilitation, informal education, food production, and other services.

    From Haiti, the team will continue on to New Orleans, where it will participate in the Jewish Federation’s General Assembly. There, IsraAID will bring one of the IDF medical tents used after the earthquake. The tent was donated to IsraAID, and was truned into the first offiial school in the camps of Port au Prince. GA attendees will be able to see school items, as well as photos and video of the Israeli aid operation in Haiti.

    On Tuesday, protesters attacked a cholera treatment center as it was preparing to open in the city of St. Marc, highlighting the fear surrounding a disease that was almost unknown in Haiti before it began spreading through the countryside, aid workers said.

    Some of the roughly 300 students and other protesters said they feared the Doctors Without Borders-Spain clinic would bring more of the disease to their seaside town, which is one of the hardest hit in the week-old epidemic that has killed 284 people and infected 3,769, according to United Nations figures.

    Witnesses said the protesters threw rocks and at least one Molotov cocktail. UN peacekeepers from Argentina arrived with riot shields to reinforce police. Warning shots were heard; the UN said its soldiers fired blanks. There were no reports of injuries.

    Haitian health officials assured the crowd the clinic would not open in that neighborhood.

    Doctors Without Borders-Spain country chief Francisco Otero said the group had consulted with local authorities and told them the clinic is important for stemming the spread of cholera. He said they would try to reopen it in another part of St. Marc.

    More than 420 new cholera cases were confirmed Tuesday, according to the U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Twenty-five new deaths were confirmed, bringing the total to 284.

    Aid workers, meanwhile, scrambled to contain the spread of the disease, which has not occurred in Haiti for generations.

    Speaker trucks passed through neighborhoods in the capital, where a handful of cases have been confirmed in people who apparently contracted it in the countryside, advising the city’s millions of residents to wash their hands.

    The Dominican Republic, which borders the central plateau where many new cases are being found, announced that all people crossing the border must wash hands and complete a medical form. They also stepped up military surveillance and closed a twice-weekly bi-national market on Monday, sparking protests on the Haitian side of the border.

    More about: United Nations, Argentina, Port-au-Prince, Dominican Republic

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  5. En Haiti cantan:”Israel hace un buen trabajo”

    YouTube – JSSNews: A Haïti on chante “Israël good job”

    – 25 s – 18 Ene 2010
    Plus d’infos ici: http://jssnews.com/2010/01/18/video-israel-bon-boulot/
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xINNRwmEVRE – more videos »

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  6. Médecins Sans Frontières, organisation maintes fois critiquées pour refuser aux israéliens de collaborer avec eux dans les pays arabes, se voit donc interdire l’accès aux zones ou les soigneurs israéliens sont réclamés de toute urgence.

    Plus de 420 nouveaux cas de choléra ont été confirmés hier dans l’ile. Selon l’ONU, c’est désormais 4200 malades qu’il faut soigner d’urgence.

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  7. Fuente:
    La webzine moderada por Jonathan- Simòn Sellem

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  8. A lire également:

    1.3 israéliens disparus en Haïti. Le point sur la situation.
    2.Gaza-Haïti: les chiffres!
    3.IDF -Tsahal- to aid with rescue of earthquake victims in Haiti
    4.La peste ou le choléra
    5.Vidéos et photos des soldats de Tsahal en Haïti

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  9. Fuente:
    aparece en los tales lugares aconsejados

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  10. LA actuacion de Israel en Haiti es ejemplar, por contra la contribucion de los paises arabes…

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  11. Tersites, ¿pero como van a ayudar los paises moros a un pais como Haiti (no moro) si no se ayudan entre elllos mismos (lease ultimamente inundaciones en Pakistan por poner un ejemplo)
    Hombre, siendo realista sabemos que Mali o Afganistan no pueden enviar ayuda humanitaria ya que carecen de los recursos y la capacidad para hacerlo, pero cualquiera de las dicta-monarquias petroleras y multimillonarias del golfo bien podrian hacerlo (lease Arabia, Kuwait, EUA, Qatar, Bahrein, Oman) pero claro, siempre es mejor mandar dinero solo para hacer madrassas y alimentar la cantera de fanaticos que para salvar vidas!

    Un saludo cordial!

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