Friday, 12 June 2015


WATCH: The shocking truth of anti-Israel hate in Ireland. Ami Horowitz goes undercover and discovers the Irish businesses that ban Israeli products -- and you won't believe what countries they are totally okay with!

Most of you are probably left open mouthed by now, to shocked to begin to try to understand the abominable behavior of some of these Irish shopkeepers......So let me put this disgusting behavior into some kind of prescriptive:

The store owners in the video say that they would never stock any Israeli goods as support for the boycott against Israel stating their reasoning being Israelis human rights record against the Palestinians. OK, OK I'll go along with that, after all they feel that they are humanitarians and that's their point of view and under normal circumstances I would a respect that without having to agree. That is until I hear them agreeing to stock goods from Iran, Sudan and North Korea. Hold on one minute did I not hear the reason for boycotting Israel goods was on human rights grounds. What the fuck!!!!
So you guys in the above video let me make a few points that might just make you look like the fucking idiots you are:

IRAN: According to official sources, Iranian authorities executed at least 270 prisoners as of October 2013, though the real number is thought to be much higher. In 2012, Iran carried out more than 544 executions, second in number only to China, according to Amnesty International, which reported that at least 63 executions were carried out in public. Crimes punishable by death include murder, rape, trafficking and possessing drugs, armed robbery, espionage, sodomy, adultery, and apostasy. Most of those executed were convicted of drug-related offenses following flawed trials in revolutionary courts.
On October 2, a local news website reported that authorities executed a child offender on murder charges close to the southwestern town of Kazeroun. It is believed that dozens of child offenders (individuals under 18 when they allegedly committed the crime) are currently on death row in Iran’s prisons. Iranian law allows capital punishment for persons who have reached puberty, defined as 9 for girls and 15 for boys

SUDAN: The conflict has been described by Mukesh Kapila, United Nations (UN) coordinator for Sudan, as ETHNIC CLEANSING, as Black Arab militias carry out systematic massacres of tribes people in the Darfur region. According to Kapila, "The government has a close knowledge of what's going on - and can influence the Arab militia." The UN estimates that 300,000 civilians in the Darfur region have been killed.
Between 23–26 October, Sudanese government troops attacked villages near the southern town of Aweil, killing 93 men and enslaving 85 women and children. Then, on 2 November, the Sudanese military attacked villages near the town of Nyamlell, carrying off another 113 women and children. A Kenyan aide worker was also abducted, and has not been seen since.[citation needed]
What's Sudanese slavery like? One 11-year-old Christian boy told me about his first days in captivity: "I was told to be a Muslim several times, and I refused, which is why they cut off my finger." Twelve-year-old Alokor Ngor Deng was taken as a slave in 1993. She has not seen her mother since the slave raiders sold the two to different masters. Thirteen-year-old Akon was seized by Sudanese military while in her village five years ago. She was gang-raped by six government soldiers, and witnessed seven executions before being sold to a Sudanese Arab.
Many freed slaves bore signs of beatings, burnings and other tortures. More than three-quarters of formerly enslaved women and girls reported rapes.

NORTH KOREA: Kim Jong-Un’s succession as North Korea’s supreme leader after the death of his father, Kim Jong-Il, has had no positive impact on the country’s dire human rights record. More than 200,000 North Koreans, including children, are imprisoned in camps where many perish from forced labor, inadequate food, and abuse by guards. Arbitrary arrest, lack of due process, and torture are pervasive problems. There is no independent media, functioning civil society, or religious freedom. Government policies have continually subjected North Koreans to food shortages and famine. Human Rights Watch is pressing for a UN commission of inquiry to investigate possible crimes against humanity in North Korea

I wonder if any of those shopkeepers even know that 1,6 million Arabs live and work in Israel so by boycotting Israel goods many come from factories were they work will see those they pertain to support out of jobs!!!

Boycotting Israel is bigotry, plain and simple. It’s an attempt to economically strangle the only Jewish state in the world.

This economic war on Israel is just the latest attempt to destroy the Jewish state. Israel’s enemies have tried massacres, war, and terrorism. Now, they are trying economic and cultural strangulation and sanctions — what they call "BDS".

The hate behind boycotting Israel is no secret. Even the founder of BDS, Omar Barghouti, admits the end goal of the BDS movement is not peace — it’s the destruction of the state of Israel as a Jewish state.

To fight these hateful extremists, please take action. Enter your email and stand up for Israel against this campaign of hate.


Christians and Jews gather in Belfast last night for celebration of Israel, filling the Great Hall, Stormont. Kol ha kavod to Brian Silvester and his team at ICEJ Ireland branch. Guest speakers Ian Paisley Jun, Yiftah Curiel from the Israeli embassy, David Parsons from ICEJ Jerusalem office, host David McIlveen MLA. Wonderful music from Isobel and Jerry, and the Shalom dance team


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