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Israel definition of targeting Hamas: December 29, 2008

Posted by infidelkafirwatch in Uncategorized.
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The definition by the Jews in Israhell of “targeting Hamas”:

..a picture speaks a 1000 words…

…and the only solution is…

If after all this punishment in the new Holocaust you ask a Palestinian (who has either been a victim of the Nazi like regime, or has lost an arm or leg, or has lost a family member) to make peace with Israel, you’ll know what his answer would be “an eye for an eye, blood for blood and a STATE FOR A STATE”.

Despite all the effort made by Israel to target Hamas, the rockets keep raining in on Israel.  Either Israel is an “illegal pussy terrorist state” with all the latest military equipment sponsored and supplied by USA tax payer or God is not on their side.

Palestinian strugle continues…



1. Jesse - December 30, 2008

People who have nothing intelligent to say have a funny way of always resorting to the propagandistic qualities of photos… Too bad the collateral damage of an Israeli retaliation (and and over-justified one) is itself the fault of Hamas, who uses urban environs (human shields) as a primary defense strategy. Fight in the open like uniformed soldiers of a sovereign state according to the Geneva conventions, or just enjoy the label you have so gleefully earned for yourselves!

2. infidelkafirwatch - December 30, 2008

Jesse, no doubt you brain washed mind is already set to ignore the reality outside the bias mainstream media.

Hamas’s home-made rockets have killed just 20 Israelis in eight years, but a day-long blitz by Israeli aircraft that kills almost 300 Palestinians is just par for the course.

Before these eight years Israel had continued they illegal occupation of Palestine for over 50 years, Israel during this time still had unlimited funding arriving from USA plus military equipment, they ignored all the UN resolutions and continue to do so.

Why don’t America allow the Israeli state to exist within USA, the world would be a better place (for a while until the Americans find them selves in the same shoes as the Palestinians are today).

IDF have committed acts of terrorism, they have shot babes, they have killed children, women, teenagers and adults, they continue to haunt protestors and kill if need be. They have used Palestinians as human shields (see links below), if you go to youtube and type in Israeli terrorism you will find video evidences of this.

The funny thing really is that when ever Israel or Jews release a video showing (supposedly evidence of Hamas rockets) they show men masked up so you can’t see their faces, this is clear a setup and its usually IDF resembling Hamas. Its a joke.

Israel will never receive security, nor deserve it, until it ends the occupation completely and treats Arabs with respect.

Hamas’s home-made rockets have killed just 20 Israelis in eight years, but a day-long blitz by Israeli aircraft that kills almost 300 Palestinians is just par for the course.

Your comment is in clear support of the Jewish terror state which makes you one of them.



3. Jesse - December 30, 2008

Israel already has a state within the U.S.– they call it Florida! Mwahaha… Don’t get me wrong, I’m an atheist against any form of religious state (Palestine and Israel are, and look at the perennial reciprocity wars it engenders between them), and I truly don’t have any right to judge on such local affairs. That said, I apologize for coming across so one-sided. However, think about the effect of two people blaming one another and reducing each other to “terrorist” states, or states supported by the “bias” media, or possibly even “totalitarian” states. It doesn’t benefit either side when the only recourse for argument is to argue from polarity, for that only assures that the reciprocity wars will continue for a very long time. In some ways, what’s more important than on-the-ground military actions are the surrounding cultural and information wars that systematically reduce the other side to merely a flattened, and all-blameworthy “other”. This dynamic doesn’t just adversely effect the “other”, in fact it is more harmful to the people who argue in such a manner because it destabilizes their future ability to ever reconcile for their own actions or to respect the rights of others (be they individuals, peoples, or nations). But just think about the wider historical context within which current incidents are taking place, and how depressingly repetitive they seem to be–the situation demands such a view. (Then read up on mimetic desire, per Rene Girard.) From such a standpoint, if one is intellectually and spiritually courageous enough to explore it, I doubt very highly that either Hamas or Israel (okay, Israel to a lesser extent) can justify that they are not simply mutual aggressors.

Anyway, my best to whoever you support, and may God look after both people and guide them toward a mode of mutual respect.

4. infidelkafirwatch - December 31, 2008

You’re an Atheist but you do a good job in remembering God “and may God look after both people and guide them toward a mode of mutual respect”. If Florida was an actual state occupied by Jews then believe it would not be known to the world as Florida. But I appreciate it being amusing.

The history between Muslims and Jews has always been a good one, no side until this unfortunate situation had ever been out to kill each other off the face of the planet. History reminds us the Muslims and Jews lived side by side in all eras including the Ottoman Dynasty.
Going back into history, 70 C.E the Roman army after invading Jerusalem murdered and expelled Jews from Judea and Samaria, majority of Jews then fled and reached Spain where they were successful until the 15th century, when the Jews in Spain faced strong pressures to accept Christianity over Judaism. Resisting this oppression the Spanish Kind (Ferdinand) expelled the Jews in their masses from Spain. The Ottoman Empire under the administration of Sultan Beyazit II issued a decree to welcome the Jews. These Jews settled mostly in European parts of the Empire (occasionally known as Sephardic Jews). The Ottoman sultans welcomed the Jews and offered them a safe haven from persecution in the European countries. Until World War I the Land of Israel also known as Palestine, remained under the rule of the Ottoman Empire. During this period the Jewish population in this region lived as loyal subjects of the greater Ottoman Empire. After World War I, the British Empire gained control of Transjordan and Palestine which ended in 1948 with the declaration of independence of the State of Israel. In other words Europe didn’t want the Jews and hence Britain ended up driving all Jews to their new declare state, which was in rejection by all Muslims states by then.

The Palestinian population accepted the Jews and were sympathetic towards them considering the massacre of their race by the Christians in Germany (Hitler).

The situation now in Palestine is that since 1948 the Jewish nation under the state name of Israel have continued oppression and executed a plan to expel all Muslims living in Palestine. So this issue relating to religion is only one sided from Israel as Muslims have proved in history that they have the ability to live along side other religions and exercise tolerance.
A group of Jews living outside the state wrote a letter recently (link provided below) which condemned the established state and refused to recognise and celebrate the 60th anniversary. In this letter, the group confirm the following:

“…In May, Jewish organisations will be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the founding of the state of Israel. This is understandable in the context of centuries of persecution culminating in the Holocaust. Nevertheless, we are Jews who will not be celebrating. Surely it is now time to acknowledge the narrative of the other, the price paid by another people for European anti-semitism and Hitler’s genocidal policies. As Edward Said emphasised, what the Holocaust is to the Jews, the Naqba is to the Palestinians.
In April 1948, the same month as the infamous massacre at Deir Yassin and the mortar attack on Palestinian civilians in Haifa’s market square, Plan Dalet was put into operation. This authorised the destruction of Palestinian villages and the expulsion of the indigenous population outside the borders of the state. We will not be celebrating.

In July 1948, 70,000 Palestinians were driven from their homes in Lydda and Ramleh in the heat of the summer with no food or water. Hundreds died. It was known as the Death March. We will not be celebrating.

In all, 750,000 Palestinians became refugees. Some 400 villages were wiped off the map. That did not end the ethnic cleansing. Thousands of Palestinians (Israeli citizens) were expelled from the Galilee in 1956. Many thousands more when Israel occupied the West Bank and Gaza. Under international law and sanctioned by UN resolution 194, refugees from war have a right to return or compensation. Israel has never accepted that right. We will not be celebrating.”

So you see my friend, this problem has not just started by Hamas launching firework type missiles into Israel, but rather a problem which was created by the Europeans and endorsed now by the Jews in total annihilation of Muslims living in Palestine. Unfortunately the Jewish state has roots embedded deeply in USA, and the USA do not have the courage to challenge the actions of the Jewish state but its only purpose is unlimited financial and military support.
To add support for the above, spare a few minutes and check out the youtube video which is a documentary explaining and showing evidence as how Jews lived under the Ottoman Muslim rule:

Ottoman Empire video part 2 (http://uk.youtube.com/watch?v=NREKSPVOLkE&feature=related)

It might be worth watching part 1 before part 2, but this gives you a total clear picture of how Muslims treated Jews and yet this is how they get repaid.

Reference to the letter by Jewish group condemning the Israel state:

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