Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Little Palestinian-Arab girl encourages stabbing Jews

Michael L.



This little girl is being trained by Palestinian-Arabs to promote the genocide of the Jewish people.

As far as I am concerned, all of what we are seeing now - the western promoted "Stabbing Intifada" - cancels out any Israeli responsibility for the non-peace process.

There never was a "peace process" on the Arab side.

There was only traditional, Koranically-based, Arab-Muslim hatred of the Jewish people and they are willing to sacrifice their own children in psychotic obeisance to that hatred.

I understand that many within the western-left believe that the Jews of the Middle East deserve whatever beating that they get, but the truth is...

Golda Meir was right.
“We can forgive the Arabs for killing our children. We cannot forgive them for forcing us to kill their children. We will only have peace with the Arabs when they love their children more than they hate us.”
{A big hat tip to Kate.}

17 comments:

  1. This shit just makes me sick yet one never hears any antizionists condemning it. We all know why.

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  2. It's been my experience that there's no such thing as a child soldier. If your society arms children then that's on them.

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  3. One thing that we need to keep in mind is that the West - particularly the western-left - simply does not care.

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  4. Sort of related.
    If you have 13 minutes of your time to spare, you can listen to a deranged anti-Semite spouting every conspiracy theory about Jews there is and NOT being challenged by the BBC presenter.
    This passes for OK over here.

    https://antisemitism.uk/bbc-radio-show-presenter-allows-caller-to-opine-for-13-minutes-about-jewish-world-domination/

    The BBC.

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  5. Off topic, in a good way:
    Wishing everyone a very Happy New Year! Hope it's a good, and peaceful one.
    My very best to all. Kate.

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    1. Thank you, Kate.

      And the very best to all you guys in the new coming year.

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  6. Who was Golda to proclaim "we can forgive them for killing our children". Its outrageous and should have disqualified her as prime minister.

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    1. Intifada! Intifada!

      Long live the Intifada!

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  7. All tsk tsking aside, don't forget this wins approval throughout most of the world and especially in the west.

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    1. The idiot above gives credence to your point.

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  8. By the way, what I really enjoy are American college students who claim to stand for "social justice" and who put on fashionable keffiyehs and cry out, "Intifada! Intifada! Long live the intifada!"

    They might as well be crying out, "Kill the Jews! Kill the Jews! Long live the Jew-Killing Movement!"

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    1. "MEMRI: Michigan Activist Lina Allan Lambasts People who Prohibit Stabbing of Jews by Palestinians: It's Like Defending Animal Rights at Best

      Dina Allen, a Palestinian-Jordanian activist who lives in Michigan, published a video in which she attempted to rebut the position of people who prohibit the stabbing of Jews by Palestinians. Allan called on these people to not talk about something they don't understand and to "go back to watching Turkish soap operas" instead. She added that objecting to the stabbing of Jews is like defending animal rights "at best." In 2011, Allan co-founded the Jordanian "Step & Mile" NGO, and in 2012, she represented the State Department's U.S.-Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) in the Jameed Festival in Jordan, according to an interview she gave to the Jordanian Roya TV."

      http://elderofziyon.blogspot.ca/

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  9. but did she say it ?

    http://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/1.661263
    Many of us – perhaps most of us – will find it hard to accept that these two gems that have become inextricable parts of the fabric of twentieth-century Jewish history and folklore did not come from the mouth of Golda Meir. But until their authenticity can incontrovertibly be verified, it cannot be said with certainty that Meir ever said either one of them.

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    1. Interesting. Thank you, Dave. I had no idea it was even disputed. I will read the link above.

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