Biden orders X remove journos reporting on Genocide as RINJ Women endorse SA Genocide Case

“Genocide is a step toward eliminating the human species. How could this be acceptable to any country except those run by people so elitist, they are above all humans? Such a paradigm is a mass psychosis that may exist in America’s and Israel’s leadership and beyond.

Gaza Gencoide

The people who lived here are now starving in the streets and dying from infectious disease. It is that way for 1.9 million people. That is called Genocide. Photo/Artwork/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

“Early Tuesday, the social media platform X (formerly Twitter) shut down without explanation the accounts of an unknown number of prominent journalists and left-wing users opposed to the Israeli genocide in Gaza,” reports Kevin Reed.

The accounts of, RINJ Women, NursesWithOutBorders Sharon Santiago, Melissa Hemingway, Rosa Yamamoto, Katie Alsop, Dr. Kathy Poon, Dr. Fred Harris, and many more were all closed following the publication of this article on Tuesday: “Abhorrent lies of Biden to justify killing 10k kids to kill 8k Hamas”, which included a message from Pope Frances.

“It is a surreal paradigm born of toxic masculinity, privilege, power and wealth acquired by any means and is dangerous to the planet Earth as well as the human race,” says the Board of Directors of The RINJ Foundation in a statement.

Killing journalists in Gaza and blocking them on Social Media. America has gone fascist weird

Killing journalists in Gaza and blocking them on Social Media. “America and Israel have gone fascist-weird,” slammed Rosa Yamamoto. Hundreds or more accounts of journalists reporting from Gaza were shown this message as Israel was dragged to the World Court by South Africa. This art is a screen capture. Photo art, cropping, enhancement by Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

“Being associated with the United Nations in Israel or America can get you killed, never mind banned from X (,” quipped Behar Abbasi from Gaza on the NWOB team’s satellite phone.

Ahmed Badir, Sherif Okasha, Fuad Abu, and Heba Al-Abadla, are four friends killed in Gaza yesterday, may their memory be a blessing to all who loved and respected them. Their sudden violent deaths bring the total to 115 the number of journos killed in Gaza since 7 October 2023.

On Sunday, “Hamza Dahdouh, the eldest son of Al Jazeera’s Gaza bureau chief Wael Dahdouh, was killed in an Israeli missile strike on Sunday in Khan Younis, southern Gaza. Journalist Mustafa Thuraya was also killed in the attack, while a third passenger, journalist Hazem Rajab, was seriously injured.” — Israeli army appears to change tack on strike that killed Gaza journalists (AlJazeera via

Most of the 115 journalists killed in Gaza were from the incredibly precise and professional Al Jazeera television-news network.

The RINJ Foundation has slammed America and Israel for the murder of Shireen Abu Akleh, a three decade American-Palestinian woman journo and one with the record of being, around the world, the “Voice of Truth”.

“Shireen is truly missed at times like this when her dear friend, Al Jazeera’s Gaza bureau chief, Wael al-Dahdouh, who lost his wife, his 7-year-old daughter, his 15-year-old son in an Israeli airstrike in October 2023, and has now lost another son, another Al Jazeera journalist to a targeted Israeli airstrike over the weekend,” said Behar Abbasi from Gaza.

Shireen - the Voice of TruthFile Photo. Shireen – the Voice of Truth.

Artwork/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa Yamamoto / Feminine-Perspective-Magazine

“Our CEO, a former Canadian Maclean Hunter journalist used to say to me on the phone, ‘I know I am in the right place because Shireen Abu Akleh is here with her crew’, and I began to realize what that meant. Shireen Abu Akleh for the best part of three decades was always on the story and always the presenter of truth. For that and her integrity; her wit; her humanity, we women adored her,” explained Katie Alsop.

“On 11 May when Nassima learned that Shireen had died, Nassima called me directly on my phone,” explained Ms. Alsop. “It must have cost her a hundred Euros—and she was sobbing when she told me what had happened to Shireen who had been using Nassima as a source of information for the injuries and even killings of civilians in Gaza. I was devastated. Actually, my first thought was that this must be some mistake. My second thought was about Netanyahu and his frenzied eagerness to score political points with Jews who hated the Palestinians, or for any reason that would get him away from prosecutors.”

RINJ Women honour 3 of the toughest Sheroes in modern times

RINJ Women have published a statement endorsing the South African case of Genocide against Israel filed in the International Court of Justice under the 1948 Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide.

The following countries have thus far endorsed the South African pleadings to the World Court: Bolivia, Belgium, The Maldives, Venezuela, Namibia,, Afghanistan, Albania, Azerbaijan, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Benin, United Arab Emirates (UAE), Brunei, Burkina Faso, Algeria, Djibouti, Chad, Indonesia, Morocco, Cote d’Ivoire, Palestine, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Guyana, Iraq, Iran, Cameroon, Qatar, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Comoros, Kuwait, Libya, Lebanon, Maldives, Malaysia, Mali, Egypt, Mauritania, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Uzbekistan, Pakistan, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, Sudan, Suriname, Syria, Saudi Arabia, Tajikistan, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Uganda, Oman, Jordan, and Yemen.

“The damage done so far is catching up with and threatening all species on Earth as certain nuclear nations demand satisfaction of their bloodlust and as their pervasive feelings of entitlement and impunity grow to monstrous proportions of abhorrent violence leading to catastrophic outcomes,” says the statement: RINJ Foundation Endorses South African case of Genocide against Israel.

“The killing of civilians in large numbers, especially children; the expulsion and displacement of Palestinians en masse and the destruction of their homes; the inciting statements by several Israel officials portraying Palestinians as sub-humans to be collectively punished, all constitute genocide and show proof of intent, South Africa alleges.” Citing: South Africa’s genocide case against Israel: How will the ICJ decide? (

On Thursday 11 and Friday 12 January 2024, the International Court of Justice will hold public hearings at the Peace Palace in The Hague, the seat of the Court, in the proceedings instituted by South Africa against Israel on 29 December 2023.

It is recalled that South Africa filed an application instituting proceedings against Israel concerning alleged violations by Israel of Israel’s obligations under the Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide (the “Genocide Convention”) in relation to Palestinians in the Gaza Strip (see press release 2023/77).

The hearings will be devoted to the request for provisional measures contained within South Africa’s application.

In its request, South Africa asks the Court to indicate provisional measures in order to “protect against further, severe and irreparable harm to the rights of the Palestinian people under the Genocide Convention” and “to ensure Israel’s compliance with its obligations under the Genocide Convention not to engage in genocide, and to prevent and to punish genocide”.

Schedule for the hearings
Thursday 11 January 2024 10 a.m.-12 noon.: Oral argument (South Africa)
Friday 12 January 2024 10 a.m.-12 noon.: Oral argument (Israel)