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Guardian Brit: Israel faces outcry over Gaza killings during Jerusalem embassy protests
Guardian15.05.18 2:07 pm
Mmmm, Moshe Dayan ...
Recently I had the privilege of attending the Bar Mitzvah of young boy. It brought to mind the significance of the presence of above-mentioned General Moshe Dayan on behalf of the men who had lost their lives during the 6 day war.
In part ...
“You are blessed with many things”.
You are blessed because you have a country, a nation and an army devoted to your welfare and safety.
You are blessed because you are the sons of true heroes, men who gave their lives not only that you should become Bar Mitzvah, but also we should be here to observe it with you.
Their memory is yours to treasure, ours to revere.
May the day not be distant when all will be able to look forward to becoming the men your fathers were .. in peace, in security, in the glory of the State of Israel among the nations of the earth”.
#4 re #3 ... this: “with president Mahmoud Abbas (Rome’s Angel of Peace) sending women and children to the front line ... “
“Where did this come from? Surely not the charming folks instructing the marksmen to open fire, I hope”....
You mean you never saw them? They were the first images now lost somewhere amongst the media frenzy and commented on it when first viewed below.
1.Shocking - women and children are being used upfront as tools whilst the real culprit Mahmoud Abbas is tucked away in safety.
His confidence is validated due to the fact he has the support of the Holy See (referred to as the Angel of Peace by Pope Francis) who for their own political agenda, now fearful for their loss of clout with their embassy safely ensconced in East Jerusalem.
Posted by Lynne Newington on 15/05/18 at 10:28 AM
If I come across them I’ll post it.
Re #5 and #6 ... Garry, at this point in the slow moving (70 years now) attempt at a genocide, does it really matter which number got brassed up and managed to survive? Only a Zionist pedant would argue the point.
If one non-combatant or unarmed person got shot it is one too many, especially when it is by brave, courageous, self sacrificing marksmen safely ensconced in comfy snipers’ nests at least 100 metres away from any youths with slingshots .. (sarcasm, and dripping with it.)
Our presstitute media insist on describing this murderous response to justifiable protest as a “clash” while deliberately inserting the thought in their audiences’ minds that there is some sort of equivalence between the capabilities of the two sides. Chance would be a fine thing if there ever was.
Correction: I think my ‘1,800 gunshot casualties’ statement might be incorrect. Perhaps (I’d appreciate some help on this) the reported wounded figure was in fact 1,300, and the fatalities were 50-60 or so.
I’m not sure, and think may be my arithmetic/typing was dodgy. My apologies for whatever goof-up I may have made, and I offer them particularly to the people of Palestine who want their homeland back.
Blame the deaths on Mahmoud Abbas?
But really, something like 1,800 gunshot casualties? On an unarmed group of people? No! Using live ammunition on unarmed people goes ‘beyond the Pale’.
Mosse Dayan said it (in an interview) years ago … ‘we took the land from its people’. Consider Ariel Sharon .. and his (at best) Pontius Pilate role in the Sabra and Shatilah massacres, and at worst his active connivance.
The Palestinian people have been dispossessed. Their land has been taken from them and the settlements continue to extend.
re #3 ... this: “with president Mahmoud Abbas (Rome’s Angel of Peace) sending women and children to the front line ... “
Where did this come from? Surely not the charming folks instructing the marksmen to open fire, I hope?
Israel’s ‘Sharpeville’: a massacre of Palestinians ... with president Mahmoud Abbas (Rome’s Angel of Peace) sending women and children to the front line ...
Well might you ask, Garry.
And who is agitating flat out to start WW3?
Israel’s ‘Sharpeville’: a massacre of Palestinians. Confirmed dead more than 60, with over 1,000 wounded by rifle fire and others injured by gas. Israel is an ‘illegitimate’ state, taken by force of arms against the wishes of its Palestinian inhabitants and now bolstered by the USA which seems beholden to the Zionists in its Jewish community.
The curse of the UN is that the major powers have the veto power in the Security Council. Look how these major powers have systematically used the veto to sidestep just causes and to protect their own interests! The League of Nations failed, and now we see how in the same way the United Nations has failed/is failing us. What’s next? A Federation of the World?
Will it come like the others, only after a World War (WWIII)?
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