Sunday, November 18, 2012

International Law 402 ... from the racist left twittery

geoffff

            

Clayton Swisher



Hamas rocket landed in illegal Gush Etzion settlement near Jerusalem.Legitimate resistance against occupation under 4th Geneva Convention.

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Clayton Swisher styles himself a journalist. The Guardian likes him. The left/liberals admire him. He has written a book on Camp David.  He is an expert on Israel and the "Palestinians". 

As such he is an expert in international law. Even though he has no legal qualifications  or experience whatsoever from anywhere in the world. Aren't they all?

This is what this lying racist grub has just twitted about the murder of Jews. 

Perhaps this is in fact a fair analysis of the current state of international law. Certainly it is from the prism of the Islamists and  the Israel hating leftists. 

That's cool. But Clayton Swisher has overlooked something very important and fundamental about legal principle. If innocent civilians in Kfar Etzion are legitmate targets than most certainly so is Clayton Swisher.

That's the sort of rule of law that the Western left are demanding. 

 hat tip Honestreporting 

cross posted Geoffff's Joint

3 comments:

  1. The racist left.

    I think that's a construction that we should put into general usage. The fact of the matter, of course, is that the left is a deeply racist political movement, but the kind of racism that they engage in is contemporary and considered acceptable.

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    1. I, for one, do not consider it acceptable...

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  2. "Arab writers more willing to show their anti-semitism during conflict
    One of the interesting consequences of the current fighting is that the carefully-cultivated Arab and Muslim mask of pretending not to be anti-semitic is falling off, and fast.

    While usually Arab writers are careful to say that they are only against "Zionists," the amount of naked Jew-hatred has been exploding in the Arabic media in the past couple of days.

    Al Watan Voice, which already had a problem distinguishing Jews from Israelis in recent months, went all-out in an article today, calling Israel "the Jewish entity" and even claiming that the emir of Qatar said that the aggression of the Jews "must not go unpunished." (The Emir actually didn't say "Jews.") It ends off with a Quranic entreaty to "fight the Jews."

    Ma'an, which tries so hard to appear to be a sober, even-handed news source, has an Arabic op-ed that goes off the rails. The author says that the Jews are too cowardly to fight face-to-face, and that even in 1948 the Jews of Tel Aviv cowered in front of brave Arabs. (Apparently, shooting rockets towards Israeli civilians is the height of bravery.) The writer adds that historically, Jews have felt inferior to others, and have brought strife everywhere they lived.

    The theme of Jewish cowardice is further displayed in this Palestine News Network article extolling the "hundred" Hamas rocket experts who are forcing millions of Jews to cower in bomb shelters. They claim that the rockets are "shaking the throne of Israel." The author goes on to say that most of the fighters are waiting in their tunnels to kill the Jews who dare to enter Gaza while the mere hundred rocket launchers are causing so much trouble in Israel.

    Islam Today also goes to the Koran to find justification for their anti-Jewish hate.

    The Sinai jihadist group that claims to have fired missiles into Israel from Egypt also explicitly notes that their enemy is "the Jews."

    And as I posted earlier today, Yusuf Qaradawi explicitly called on Allah to punish the Jews at Al Azhar mosque last Friday."

    http://elderofziyon.blogspot.ca/2012/11/arab-writers-more-willing-to-show-their.html

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