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January 06, 2009

15 Seconds in Sderot

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Posted by Pam Meister at 01:39 PM | Comments (0) | TrackBack (0) | Israel

April 24, 2007

Hamas Ends Truce With Israel

Our pals in Palestine are at it again, and their pals at the AP are right on top of it with an "it's all Israel's fault" slant to the story:

Hamas militants fired a barrage of rockets and mortar shells toward Israel on its independence day Tuesday, and said they considered it the end of a five-month truce with Israel.

Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh, whose Hamas-led government negotiated the cease-fire with its militant wing, blamed Israel: "We made great efforts at keeping the truce and there was a positive Palestinian position, but unfortunately this position was met by expanding the aggression and escalating it against the Palestinian people," he said. "It's not a Palestinian problem, it is an Israeli problem."

Here's a journalism tip for the AP: replace "militants" with "terrorists" in the first sentence and give Israel equal time in the "he said/she said" portion of the article, and maybe, just maybe, it'll be considered to be less of a Palestinian press release and more of an actual news story.

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December 08, 2006

Hamas Will Not Recognize Israel

Yes, I was in shock too when I read this. I mean, aren't we living in enlightened times where everyone wants peace and harmony?

Palestinian Prime Minister Ismail Haniyeh told thousands of Iranians on Friday that his Hamas-led government will never recognize Israel and will continue to fight for the "liberation of Jerusalem."

For those of you unaware, the "liberation of Jerusalem" is Islamofascist code for "blow the Jews off the face of the earth."

The U.S. "and Zionists ... want us to recognize the usurpation of the Palestinian lands and stop jihad and resistance and accept the agreements reached with the Zionist enemies in the past," Haniyeh told worshippers at Tehran University.

With all this screaming and howling, one would think that today's Palestinians are the descendants of those whom the Israelis heartlessly displaced. That is not the case:

While the modern media maybe short on information about the history of the "Palestinian people" the historical record is not. Books, such as Battleground by Samuel Katz and From Time Immemorial by Joan Peters long ago detailed the history of the region. Far from being settled by Palestinians for hundreds, if not thousands of years, the Land of Israel, according to dozens of visitors to the land, was, until the beginning of the last century, practically empty.

The Palestinians are a made-up group. Why?

If the Palestinians are indeed a myth, then the real question becomes "Why?" Why invent a fictitious people? The answer is that the myth of the Palestinian People serves as the justification for Arab occupation of the Land of Israel. While the Arabs already possess 21 sovereign countries of their own (more than any other single people on earth) and control a land mass 800 times the size of the Land of Israel, this is apparently not enough for them. They therefore feel the need to rob the Jews of their one and only country, one of the smallest on the planet. Unfortunately, many people ignorant of the history of the region, including much of the world media, are only too willing to help.

Read the entire article above for more information.

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Posted by Pam Meister at 08:58 AM | Comments (2) | TrackBack (0) | Israel

November 13, 2006

Iran Emboldened

According to the Iranian media Monday, Iranian President Mahoud Ahmadinejad declared that Israel was destined to ‘disappearance and destruction’ at a council meeting with Iranian ministers.

“The western powers created the Zionist regime in order to expand their control of the area. This regime massacres Palestinians everyday, but since this regime is against nature, we will soon witness its disappearance and destruction,” Ahmadinejad said. (AFP)

Don't expect there to be much sympathy for Israel should this come to pass.

h/t: Cookiewrangler

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September 01, 2006

The IDF Inside Lebanon

In this riveting video, taken by Israeli video journalist Itai Anghel during the recent fracas in Lebanon, you'll see the Nahal Brigade in Hezbollah-controlled Lebanon taking part in house-to-house combat. According to Anghel, the Hezbollah fighters were wearing IDF uniforms. How sporting!

Via Menorah Blog on a tip from husband dude.

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August 10, 2006

Hezbollah: Everyone's A Winner

From the Jewish World Review (August 6):

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h/t: GD

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January 05, 2006

Pray for Sharon...and Israel

Israeli prime minister Ariel Sharon is gravely ill after suffering a massive stroke. It is believed that he will never return to power.

Not only should we pray for a great man and a great leader, but we should also pray for Israel. I believe that without Sharon at the helm, Israel is in for dark times ahead. Sharon was strong and firm in his dealings with the Palestinians and other threats to Israel's sovereignty...I am afraid his successor will not have the same resolve.

The world will be watching with its breath held.

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