Monday, 1 December 2014



Arab policeman honored in Israel: This was a meeting of the families of the Druze policeman Seif, and the families from Har Nof that lost their loved ones.

There is so much love and respect and gratefulness, as one can see in this clip.

The Har Nof community honored Seif with a memorial plaque at the entrance to the shul.

If one does not shed a tear watching this video, nothing will.

So much for our 'APARTHEID' state we supposed to have here.



HOW COME YOU DONT HEAR JEWS DEMANDING BACK THEIR HOMES?????


In 1948, close to a million Jews lived in Arab lands. Some were massacred in pogroms. Most fled or were expelled between 1948 and 1967. In 1948 there were 260,000 Jews in Morocco. Today there are less than 3,000.

In the same time frame, the Jewish population of Algeria declined from 135,000 to zero, in Tunisia from 90,000 to a thousand, in Libya from 40,000 to zero, in Egypt from 75,000 to less than one hundred, in Iraq from 125,000 to zero, in Yemen from 45,000 to approximately 200, in Syria from 27,000 to 100, and in Lebanon from 10,000 in the 1950s to less than 100.

I ASKED THE QUESTION YESTERDAY; WHY DIDN'T THE NEWS OF EGYPTIANS DESTROYING THOUSANDS OF PALESTINIAN HOMES SEEM TO MATTER TO THEIR SO CALLED SUPPORTERS AND THEN I REALISE THEY ARE NOT REALLY SUPPORTERS OF THE PALESTINIAN CAUSERS THEY ARE TO FULL OF HATE FOR ISRAEL TO CARE. WELL HERE IS TODAY'S BREAKING NEWS:

Amnesty: Egypt forcibly evicted 1,165 families from Rafah by the Gaza border: In many cases, Amnesty said, residents were not given any official warning at all and heard from the media that they had 48 hours to leave their homes.

Egypt has forcibly evicted an estimated 1,165 families in Rafah so that it can clear a buffer zone by the Gaza Strip border, charged the human-rights group Amnesty International, which is concerned that additional homes will be demolished in the coming weeks.

“The scale of the forced evictions has been astonishing; the Egyptian authorities have thrown more than 1,000 families out of their homes in just a matter of days, flouting international and national law,” Hassiba Hadj Sahraoui, Amnesty International’s deputy director for the Middle East and North Africa, said on Thursday.

“Shocking scenes have emerged of homes in Rafah being bulldozed, bombed, with entire buildings reduced to piles of rubble and families forcibly evicted,” Sahraoui said.

According to Amnesty, Egypt has destroyed some 800 homes since November in response to an attack on one of its military checkpoints in North Sinai on October 24, in which 33 soldiers were killed. The armed group Ansar Bayt al-Maqdis has claimed responsibility for this attack, Amnesty said.

Days after the attack, on October 29, Egypt’s Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab mandated the creation of a buffer zone by Rafah and called for the area to be evacuated.

At least 238 members of the security forces have been killed in northern Sinai since July last year, according state media reports.

Clearing a buffer zone to stop Hamas from building infiltration and smuggling tunnels from Gaza into Egypt is one of the steps Cairo is taking to protect its armed forces from attacks by terrorist groups, Amnesty said. Egypt has a right to take security measures, but it must do so within the bounds of international human rights law, it added.

The forced evictions have ignored these laws, said Amnesty, which explained that residents were not given adequate notice, proper compensation or alternative housing.

THIS NEWS MEANS FUCK ALL TO THE SO CALLED PALESTINIAN SUPPORTERS AS DID THE NEWS OF 20,000 PALESTINIANS BEING MURDERED AND STARVED TO DEATH IN SYRIA. YOU ALL SHOULD HANG YOUR HEADS IN SHAME AND OWN UP TO THE TRUTH YOUR ALL NOTHING BUT A JOKE.




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