The original Humanize Palestine website, humanizepalestine.com, no longer exists, the domain name is for sale. Its successor, humanizepalestine.org, same content as .com, is not available on the internet at the present time, 7/23/20. It was disabled in 2017 when the chancellor of the University of Hawaii was informed that humanizepalestine.org which memorialized Palestinian terrorists, was linked to University of Hawaii content. The domain is currently still registered to the same individual(s) as it was in 2017, prior to being taken out of service:
None of the original Humanize Palestine websites are currently available for viewing on the internet, .com, .wordpress.com, .org, but they can be seen on the Way Back Machine, a website that has them archived. However, the original Humanize Palestine websites had a Twitter page and a Facebook page and they are still currently active on the internet and available for viewing. It is their profile pictures that contain the original Humanize Palestine websites’ logo, a picture of a rag doll that we have reproduced in the header of this website. It is the provenance of the rag doll photograph that documents the link between the original Humanize Palestine websites, Facebook and Twitter page, and Hamas, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas.
An internet search was conducted to locate the photograph used to produce the original Humanize Palestine logo seen above. Three photographs of this specific rag doll were identified and located. There may be more but these three are all that are necessary to document the Humanize Palestine – Hamas nexus.
THE THREE RAG DOLL PHOTOGRAPHS
AL AIN WADI ARA WEBSITE
MOAZ JABARI TWITTER PHOTO WITH WATERMARK
The photographs of the rag doll appearing in the Twitter and Facebook profile pictures, and the Facebook post, were compared to the rag doll in the three photographs above that were located and identified on the internet. It was obvious that one of the photographs, the one appearing on the Suse 24 website, would not match the logo photo. However, this photograph of the same rag doll is important because it documents intent and a sequence of events relating to the origin of the Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photograph and the Moaz Jabari Twitter photograph with watermark, one of which was used to produce the Humanize Palestine logo.
Five photographs of the rag doll were analyzed below. They came from the Facebook and Twitter profile pictures, a Facebook post, and two photographs found on an internet website. They are as follows:
#3: A Facebook post
#4: Al Ain Wadi Ara Website
#5: Tweet from Moaz Jabari’s Twitter page
For each of the five photographs, an area around the face of the doll, left ear and adjacent hair, delineated by a green square, was magnified for analysis purposes:
The magnified area for each of the five photographs were then compared. It was found that #5, the Moaz Jabari Tweet with watermark perfectly matched #1, #2, and #3. The Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photograph, #4, did not match any of the other four photographs:
The Moaz Jabari tweet with watermark photograph was used to create the Humanize Palestine logo.
ATTEMPT TO DISASSOCIATE MOAZ JABARI FROM THE HUMANIZE PALESTINE LOGO
ORIGINAL HUMANIZE PALESTINE FACEBOOK PAGE ASSIGNS PHOTO CREDIT
Reproduced below is the cover photo and profile picture of the original Humanize Palestine Facebook page:
Clicking on the profile picture, the Humanize Palestine logo, opens this page:
“Photo Credit: Wissam Nasser (Gaza)”
Clicking on the photograph of the rag doll above, opens this photograph:
The photograph above is the Moaz Jabari photo with watermark, but WITHOUT the watermark, the exact same photograph. The “Photo Credit” for this photograph is given, by the original Humanize Palestine, to Wissam Nasser, a Gazan photographer.
WISSAM NASSER’S FACEBOOK PAGE
Below are some of his posts that reproduce his photographs:
The photographer’s photographs are clearly identified as belonging to him by utilizing watermarks and text in the post:
Wissam Nassar also has photographs on this Facebook page that are not attributable to him. Therefore they contain no markings or texts that identify them as his work product. Below is an example of one of his posts that is not his work product, no watermark, nothing in the text claiming ownership:
The photograph appearing on Wissam Nassar’s Facebook page above, for which he does not claim ownership, is the same photograph appearing on Moaz Jabari’s Twitter page below, for which Jabari does claim ownership, he has his watermark on the photograph:
There are no watermarks, there is no text, in Wissam Nassar’s Facebook post of the rag doll, claiming ownership by him. There is no evidence in the post that the rag doll photograph is his work product. This exact same photograph appears on Moaz Jabari’s Twitter page with his watermark on it, either claiming ownership or identifying it as his work product. The original Humanize Palestine Facebook page incorrectly identified the photo as Wissam Nassar’s work product, assigning credit for the photograph to him. By doing this, the original Humanize Palestine logo would avoid being associated with a photograph belonging to Moaz Jabari. The website clearly stated that their logo was associated with a photo belonging to Wissam Nassar, a Gazan photographer, it gave him credit for the photograph. Why?
THE GENESIS OF THE MOAZ JABARI PHOTOGRAPH WITH WATERMARK
The three photographs of the rag doll found on the internet were analyzed and compared. After an extensive analysis, it was discovered that taken together, the three of them tell a story, a story concerning the meticulous creation of the Jabari photograph used for the creation of the Humanize Palestine logo. The three photographs appear below with annotations and are in chronological order:
SUSE 24 PHOTO
AL AIN WADI ARA WEBSITE PHOTO
JABARI PHOTO WITH WATERMARK
THE DEBRIS FIELD
The annotations in the three photographs clearly demonstrate that they all depict the exact same debris field surrounding the rag doll.
The SUSE 24 photo has a pale blue sky. This is most likely the appearance of the sky at the time the photo was taken. The Jabari photograph and the Al Ain Wadi Website photographs have an unnatural deep blue sky indicating that the photograph was manipulated, enhanced, color corrected by software.
THE RAG DOLL’S HAIR
In the Jabari photo and the Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photo, the doll’s hair is a bright deep red color as compared with the SUSE 24 photo where the hair color is flat and dark. Again, like the sky, this indicates that the Jabari photo and the Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photo, were enhanced and color adjustments were made with software.
THE POSITION OF THE RAG DOLL
It is obvious that the location of the rag doll in the Jabari photo and the Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photo is not the same as the SUSE 24 photo. The doll had been moved to a new location. But that’s not all that was done.
MANIPULATION OF RAG DOLL
When the location of the rag doll in the SUSE 24 photo was changed in the other two photographs, the doll was cleaned up, defects and damage were concealed and its clothing was rearranged. Its hair was also re-positioned. It was then placed on a different cement block for the Jabari and Al Ain Website photos. This allowed for a more photogenic subject and a photograph that would more convincingly convey the photographers message.
THE JABARI PHOTO
The Jabari photo was the one used for production of the original Humanize Palestine logo and it is the one that contained his watermark. The image of the dolls face and foreground is obviously better focused, more sharply defined than in the Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photo. We know that the Jabari photo was produced AFTER the Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photo, because the “PERSON” who appears in both photos reveals a time sequence of events. In the Al Ain Wadi Ara Website photo, the “PERSON” is seen entering the field of view from the left. In the Jabari photo, the “PERSON” is seen to have progressed to a position directly behind the subject of the photo, the rag doll. The Jabari photo clearly has the best composition.
The Jabari photograph used to produce the original Humanize Palestine logo was not only meticulously composed, in addition, software was used to enhance its colors. The doll first appears in a SUSE 24 photograph, its watermark reproduced below:
The SUSE 24 photograph appears authentic, it is a picture of a rag doll in a debris field as seen by the photographer at the time of discovery. The doll is not centered in the photograph, there appears to be no attempt to carefully compose the photo, it is simply a photo documenting what the photographer came upon in a debris field, a badly damaged child’s toy, a victim of a terrible war.
There was at least one other photograph of the doll produced, the Al Ain photo, before the Jabari photograph was created, in which the SUSE 24 doll’s appearance was altered, creating a more eye-catching, attractive, photogenic subject. In this photo the doll was carefully positioned, centered in the photograph, in a second location taking into account background composition. However, the Al Ain photograph did not have the clarity, the sharpness of focus that the photographer desired. He/she then created the Jabari photo, the doll’s face and foreground were now in perfect focus. This is why the Jabari photo was used to create the original Humanize Palestine logo, this is the photograph Jabari put his watermark on:
MOAZ AHMED AL-JABARI
Moaz Jabari belongs to the Hamas / Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades Foreign Terrorist Organization. “Jabari” is one of the most prominent families in the terror organization. In the 5/14 picture below, Moaz Jabari (L) can be seen with Hamas leaders, Ismail Haniyeh (to his left) and Mousa Abu Marzouq (R), Hamas’ Deputy Chief of the Political Bureau. A picture of Moaz Jabari’s father can be seen in the upper left corner of the photograph, above Moaz Jabari’s head:
In the photograph below, Moaz Jabari appears with several Hamas leaders which include Ismail Haniyeh and Yahya Sinwar:
Ismail Haniyeh is a senior political leader of Hamas. On May 6, 2017, he was elected as Hamas’ political chief.
Yahya Sinwar is a Palestinian military leader. He is also the current leader of Hamas in the Gaza Strip, having taken over from Ismail Haniyeh in February 2017. He was one of the co-founders of the security apparatus of Hamas. He is the second most powerful figure within Hamas.
In the foreground of the above photograph, a picture of a young Moaz Jabari and his father, Ahmed Jabari.
Ahmed al-Jabari was a senior leader and second-in-command of the military wing of Hamas, the Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Brigades. He was widely credited as the leader in the Hamas takeover of the Gaza Strip, and commanded the 2006 Hamas cross border raid which resulted in the capture of Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit.
On November 14, 2012, the Israeli Air Force conducted a targeted precision air strike, killing Jabari while he was traveling in a car. The decision to liquidate him arose from a decision by Israeli military to attack Hamas rather than seek a ceasefire. Jabari was the highest-level Hamas official killed in Gaza since the 2008 Gaza War.
On September 26, 2002, Jabari became the commander and operational head of the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, the military wing of Hamas. After Jabari took over the al-Qassam Brigades’ day-to-day operations, Hamas’ armed wing became increasingly professional. As commander of the al-Qassam Brigades, he directed several attacks against Israel, including suicide bombings, that resulted in the deaths of hundreds of Israeli civilians and soldiers. This was Moaz Jabari’s father, featured on this Facebook and ASKfm pages, who he mourns every day on his social media webpages.
The video above is posted on Moaz Jabari’s Facebook page. He is seen behind a photograph of his father that he brings with him whenever he appears in public. This is a video of Moaz Jabari’s graduation from the Islamic University of Gaza, School of Law and Sharia, an institution run by Hamas.
MOAZ JABARI PHOTOGRAPHS
“This is my way. If you believe my love, I bear my weapon”
“Al-Qassam Brigades … the pulse of the people”
“Peace be upon your soul”
MOAZ JABARI FACEBOOK POST
(Moaz Jabari’s father and grandmother)
هذه المرأة تلد الأولاد فيصيروا فدائيين، هي تُنجب وفلسطين
يصادف اليوم الذكرى الثالثة لرحيل جدتي الحبيبة أم أحمد، تقبلها الله.
This woman gives birth to children and becomes guerrillas, she gives birth and Palestine
Today marks the third anniversary of the death of my beloved grandmother, Umm Ahmed, and may God accept her.
MOAZ JABARI TWEET
(Moaz Jabari’s father and grandmother)
MOAZ JABARI ASK.FM POSTS
OVER 1 YEAR AGO
(October 23, 2013 – Moaz Jabari was asked about his father)
كيف كان يقضي يومه؟ .. كيف كان معكم ؟ ما الأشياءالتي كان متعلق بها ؟..اخر لحظات حياته قبل الاستشهاد ؟ إسراء البردان
over 1 year ago
كيف كان يقضي وقته .. لا اعرف كيف كان يدير كل ذلك الحمل الكبير , فكان قائد لكتائب القسام وعضو مكتب سياسي لحركة حماس و قائد اركان المقاومة الفلسطينية و رئيس لجمعية النور التي تدير احول ابناء الشهداء والاسري و الاكثر من ذلك هو ملف الاسري في سجون الاحتلال , كان امره عجيب في ادارة كل هذه الامور , يغيب الكثير الكثير عن البيت وعند حضوره للبيت نشعر بان العيد قد اتي , لم يكن حضوره للبيت فقط للراحة والاطمئنان بل كان يمارس عمله الجهادي وهو في بيته .
لم يكن معنا ك اب فقط بل كان الصديق والاخ والمعلم وكل شيء نحتاج اليه كان لنا
كان متعلق كثير بقراءة القراءن الكريم وقيام الليل وزيارة رحمه وبالاخص جدتي التي كان يخاطر بنفسه لزيارتها والاطمئنان عليها وكان يمارس الرياضة بشكل يومي
اخر لحظاته بعد عودته من بيت الله الحرام كان مودعاً وكأنه يعرف بان الاجل قد اقترب , فتح باب الاستقبال لجميع المهنئين من الناس , اوصانا بأعطاء امانات لاهلها , وامور نفعلها في المستقبل .
How was he spending his day? How was he with you? What were the things that were related to her? .. the last moments of his life before he was martyred? Israa Al-Bardan
over 1 year ago
How he used to spend his time .. I do not know how he was managing all that big load. He was a leader of the Al-Qassam Brigades, a member of a political bureau of Hamas, a commander of the Palestinian Resistance Staff, and a president of the Al-Nour Association that runs the most honorable children of martyrs and prisoners. It was a strange matter in managing all these things. Many people are absent from the house and when he comes to the house we feel that the holiday has come. His presence at home was not only for comfort and reassurance, but he was practicing his jihad work while he was at home.
He was not only with us as a father, but was the friend, brother, teacher, and everything we needed was for us
It was a lot related to reading the noble Qur’an, staying the night and visiting his womb, especially my grandmother, who was risking himself to visit and check on her, and he practiced sports on a daily basis.
His last moments after his return from the Sacred House of God was farewell, as if he knew that the time had come near. He opened the door of reception to all the well-wishers of the people.
OVER 1 YEAR AGO
(September 13, 2014 – Moaz Jabari embrases al-Qassam Brigades terror operative and kisses him)
أسال الله أن يُديم لنا هذه النعمة ويحفظها من الزوال .
I ask God to perpetuate this grace and keep it from disappearing.
11 MONTHS AGO
(September 10. 2019 – Moaz Jabari asked who his favorite martyrs [terrorists] are)
من هم نجومك من الشهداء بعد أبيك وإخوانك؟
كل الشهداء نجوم،
والحقيقة أني تأثرت بالشهيد مهند حلبي.
Who are your stars of martyrs after your father and brothers?
11 months ago
All martyrs are stars,
The truth is that I was affected by the martyr Muhannad Halabi.
“… I was affected by the martyr Muhannad Halabi…”
MOAZ JABARI’S ‘STAR’ MARTYR [TERRORIST]: MUHANNAD HALABI
THE HALABI INCIDENT
Abed al-Aziz Meri, a member of the Hamas terrorist organization, on October 3, 2015, helped Mohannad Halabi illegally enter Israel to pray at the Al-Aqsa mosque. The two wouldn’t present their identity cards and were denied access to the Temple Mount from multiple entrances.
When Halabi was refused entry to pray at Al-Aqsa, he became furious. Meri then persuaded Halabi to carry out a knife attack against Jews. He purchased a knife for Halabi after Halabi agreed it would be used in a stabbing attack against Jews. The two parted ways.
Halabi then attacked Aharon Bennet with the knife. Bennet was walking through the Old City with his family. He was serving in the military and at the time of the attack, was off-duty, in civilian clothes. His wife suffered serious wounds and the infant was lightly injured.
Rabbi Nehemia Lavi, who had heard screams, rushed to the site of the stabbing attack to aid the victims and was also stabbed to death by Halabi. Halabi took a gun from one of the wounded men and opened fire at police who then shot and killed him. Halabi was a member of Palestinian Islamic Jihad, an organization that has been designated a Foreign Terrorist Organization by the U.S. Department of State.
Aharon Bennet, his wife and infant in a stroller, were walking through the Old City. They were attacked by Halabi with a knife, Bennet was killed, his wife and infant child were injured. Rabbi Nehemia Lavi who heard their screams rushed to the scene to assist and he too was stabbed to death by Halabi. Halabi then took a gun from one of the victims and opened fire at the police who were responding to the scene of the stabbings. He was then shot and killed.
This is who Moaz Jabari admires, his hero, his ‘star’ martyr, second to his father and brothers. Jabari’s terror organization, the Izz al-Din al-Qassam Brigades, memorialized Mohannad Halabi with the narrative, “The martyr Muhannad al-Halabi had carried out a stabbing operation in West Jerusalem, killing two Zionist soldiers, and wounding others”:
The entire Mohannad Shafiq al-Halabi story can be seen on this website by clicking HERE
THE HAMAS – HUMANIZE PALESTINE NEXUS
1: MOAZ JABARI, HAMAS/IZZ AL-DIN-AL-QASSAM BRIGADES
2: MOAZ JABARI, THE RAG DOLL PHOTOGRAPH
3: THE ORIGINAL HUMANIZE PALESTINE LOGO, THE RAG DOLL PHOTOGRAPH
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