Prominent Palestinian Doctor Dies After 4 Months in Jew Prison

At least British media reports on randos being kidnapped and tortured to death by the Jews.

The American media has a blackout on this sort of thing. Except on TikTok, which is now officially banned by the US government (because Americans hate Chinese people a lot, it has nothing at all to do with the Jews – Americans just really hate the small eyes of Chinese people and want to destroy their businesses).


A Palestinian doctor has died in an Israeli prison after more than four months in detention, Palestinian prisoner associations have said.

Dr Adnan Al-Bursh, 50, was the head of orthopaedics at al-Shifa Hospital.

The Israeli prison service confirmed that a statement published on 19 April about a prisoner who was detained for national security reasons and had died in Ofer prison was Dr Al-Bursh.

No details were given on the cause of death, and the prison service said the incident was being investigated.

But the Palestinian prisoner advocacy groups said in a joint statement on Thursday that Dr Al-Bursh’s death was an “assassination” and his body still remained in Israeli custody.

Dr Al-Bursh was the head of orthopaedics at Gaza’s largest medical facility, al-Shifa hospital, which has been raided several times by Israeli armed forces.

The al-Shifa hospital is where they found mass graves a few weeks ago

He was temporarily working at Al-Awada hospital in north Gaza when he was detained by Israeli forces.

Colleagues have paid tribute to the late surgeon, describing him as “compassionate” and “heroic”.

Al-Shifa’s director, Dr Marwan Abu Saada, said the news of his death was difficult for the human soul to bear.

Another colleague, Dr Suhail Matar, called Dr Al-Bursh “the safety valve” for every orthopaedic department in all of Gaza’s hospitals.

“It is rare that you meet a person like him in your life, because this doctor worked all his life with dedication and used to make tremendous efforts at the expense of himself,” Dr Matar told BBC Arabic’s Gaza Lifeline programme.

He described his late colleague as someone who was never tired of working, and who was “loved by everyone and his smile never went away”.

Francesca Albanese, the UN Special Rapporteur on the human rights situation in the West Bank and Gaza, said she was “extremely alarmed” by news of Dr Al-Bursh’s death and called on the diplomatic community to take concrete measures to protect Palestinians.

Gaza’s Hamas-run health ministry said in a statement that Dr Al-Bursh’s death meant that the total number of medical workers who had been killed by Israel since the 7 October attack now stands at 496.

It added that 1,500 others had been wounded while 309 had been arrested.

Medical facilities are protected under international law, but Israel says Hamas uses them as cover for military operations – something Hamas denies.

As long as they keep saying “human shields,” they can just keep killing as many innocent people as they want, apparently.

No one can disprove the human shields theory. They can say it’s not true, and Israel purposefully kills civilians, but Israel will just say “yeah well, you don’t know – there was a secret Hamas in the midst of those hundreds of civilians we killed, so it was totally moral and good we did that massacre.”

It’s bad and getting worse